Archives for 2023

AI-Generated Texts’ Implications for Academic Writing
Industry
January 23, 2023

AI-Generated Texts’ Implications for Academic Writing

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Holberg Prize Panel to Examine Challenges to European Liberal Democracy
Announcements
January 23, 2023

Holberg Prize Panel to Examine Challenges to European Liberal Democracy

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Restoring Regina Twala, Southern Africa’s Erased Activist and Anthropologist
Bookshelf
January 20, 2023

Restoring Regina Twala, Southern Africa’s Erased Activist and Anthropologist

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Rethinking the Link Between Learned Societies and Academic Journals
Communication
January 19, 2023

Rethinking the Link Between Learned Societies and Academic Journals

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Five Steps to Protect – and to Hear – Research Participants

Five Steps to Protect – and to Hear – Research Participants

Jasper Knight identifies five key issues that underlie working with human subjects in research and which transcend institutional or disciplinary differences.

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ESRC-Funded Initiative Aims to Harness Social Science to Address Environmental Issues

ESRC-Funded Initiative Aims to Harness Social Science to Address Environmental Issues

A new five-year program funded by Britain’s Economic and Social Research Council aims to harness social science to address vital environmental concerns.

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Showing Real Vision: From Data Visualization to Data ‘Sensification’

Showing Real Vision: From Data Visualization to Data ‘Sensification’

Just as sidewalk curb-cuts can improve the daily commute of pedestrians and cyclists, as well as people who transport themselves using wheelchairs, steps motivated by the need to communicate with people with low visual acuity can result in broad-based design improvements.

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Rethinking Organizational Crisis Management: How Financial Insecurity Inhibits Ethical Leadership

Rethinking Organizational Crisis Management: How Financial Insecurity Inhibits Ethical Leadership

In a new paper, the authors write that financial insecurity triggers anxiety in supervisors, which inhibits their demonstration of ethical leadership.

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Archivists Are Being Tasked With Ever-Tougher Calls With Far-Reaching Consequences

Archivists Are Being Tasked With Ever-Tougher Calls With Far-Reaching Consequences

“Memory institutions” can’t keep everything they have been tasked with saving, especially as new tools and new ideas reshape the boundaries of what they already hold.

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Orientalism and the Advocacy of Face Masks

Orientalism and the Advocacy of Face Masks

A concern for Orientalist thinking should lead us to ask what British and American elites are doing with their representation of this imagined “Asia.”

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Can Research Be Both Impactful and Neutral?

Can Research Be Both Impactful and Neutral?

As researchers in growing numbers subscribe to movements, Giuseppe Delmestri argues that researchers have a duty to take positions that align with their work, rather than hide behind claims to value-neutrality.

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Psychogeography Becomes More Accessible — and Goes Online

Psychogeography Becomes More Accessible — and Goes Online

In the previous two blog posts I have reflected on the space(s) within social science for psychogeographical thinking. During the 1950s and […]

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