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Third Edition of ‘The Evidence’: How Can We Overcome Sexism in AI?
Bookshelf
April 29, 2024

Third Edition of ‘The Evidence’: How Can We Overcome Sexism in AI?

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Second Edition of ‘The Evidence’ Examines Women and Climate Change
Bookshelf
March 29, 2024

Second Edition of ‘The Evidence’ Examines Women and Climate Change

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New Report Finds Social Science Key Ingredient in Innovation Recipe
Investment
January 18, 2024

New Report Finds Social Science Key Ingredient in Innovation Recipe

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Too Many ‘Gray Areas’ In Workplace Culture Fosters Racism And Discrimination
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October 31, 2023

Too Many ‘Gray Areas’ In Workplace Culture Fosters Racism And Discrimination

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Harnessing the Power of Social Learning in Teaching Marketing

Harnessing the Power of Social Learning in Teaching Marketing

Dr. Tracy L. Tuten explores the power of social learning in teaching marketing, emphasizing the importance of collaboration, resource sharing, and the use of platforms like Perusall to foster a sense of community and enhance the educational experience, based on an online reading group of her book ‘Principles of Marketing for a Digital Age.’

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Report: Latest Academic Freedom Index Sees Global Declines

Report: Latest Academic Freedom Index Sees Global Declines

The latest update of the global Academic Freedom Index finds improvements in only five countries

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‘People Are Going to Seek the Things That Are Kept From Them’: An Interview with Danian Darrell Jerry

‘People Are Going to Seek the Things That Are Kept From Them’: An Interview with Danian Darrell Jerry

Danian Darrell Jerry is the co-editor, with Walter Greason, of a just-released book, Illmatic Consequences: The Clapback to Opponents of ‘Critical Race Theory’. […]

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Pandemic London – and the Future of Publishing?

Pandemic London – and the Future of Publishing?

Robert Dingwall discusses the book Breakable, which details the experiences of Sue Julians and her family in lockdown London

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Attacking Wicked Problems with Hip-Hop: An Interview with Walter Greason

Attacking Wicked Problems with Hip-Hop: An Interview with Walter Greason

Social Science Space caught up with Walter Greason to discuss hisjourneys, the new book ‘Illmatic Consequences’ he co-edited with Danian Darrell Jerry’, and the current political upheaval circling around the term ‘critical race theory.’

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Aporophobia: Why People Reject The Poor

Aporophobia: Why People Reject The Poor

The idea that the poor are impoverished morally as well as materially, that they lack humanity as well as means, has a long history.

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Talking With Paschal Anosike About African Development and His Award-Winning Book

Talking With Paschal Anosike About African Development and His Award-Winning Book

Professor Paschal Anosike, author of the new book ‘Entrepreneurship and Sustainable Development in Africa,’ has received the second Sage Social Justice Book Award.

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Volume Examines the New Social Science of the Holocaust

Volume Examines the New Social Science of the Holocaust

We live in a culture profoundly influenced by the legacy of the Holocaust. More than seven decades after the fact, the Nazi extermination […]

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