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Report Aims to Solidify Importance of Humanities, Social Science To Canada
Impact
December 7, 2021

Report Aims to Solidify Importance of Humanities, Social Science To Canada

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Ithaka Report Asks How Universities Can Better Support Big Data Research
Bookshelf
December 6, 2021

Ithaka Report Asks How Universities Can Better Support Big Data Research

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Women and Leadership: Navigating Pathways to Success
Business and Management INK
November 15, 2021

Women and Leadership: Navigating Pathways to Success

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Librarians’ Survey Addresses the ‘Virtual Reality’ of Conference-Going
Bookshelf
October 28, 2021

Librarians’ Survey Addresses the ‘Virtual Reality’ of Conference-Going

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Recalling the Founding of the ‘Journal of Black Studies’ a Half Century Ago

Recalling the Founding of the ‘Journal of Black Studies’ a Half Century Ago

A few months after the assassination of Martin Luther King, Jr. in 1968, two Black social scientists in Southern California approached a fledgling academic publisher with a unique proposition: let us launch a journal for another fledgling — the discipline of Black studies.

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Surely We Can Get Past This Toxic Boomer v. Millennial Mythologizing

Surely We Can Get Past This Toxic Boomer v. Millennial Mythologizing

Generational thinking is a big idea that’s been horribly corrupted and devalued by endless myths and stereotypes.

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Social and Behavioral Science Responds to 9/11: Some Readings

Social and Behavioral Science Responds to 9/11: Some Readings

In the two decades since 9/11, social and behavioral science responded with a wealth of research on the motivations — and the aftermaths — of the terrorist attacks. The collection of free-to-read articles drawn from journals produced by SAGE Publishing (the parent of Social Science Space) during those intervening decades demonstrates the breadth of that research and the various ways that these acts of violence still resonate in lives and in scholarship around the globe.

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Book Review: The Public and their Platforms: Public Sociology in an Era of Social Media

Book Review: The Public and their Platforms: Public Sociology in an Era of Social Media

In The Public and their Platforms: Public Sociology in an Era of Social Media, Mark Carrigan and Lambros Fatsis explore the discipline of sociology at a time when public life is increasingly shaped by social media platforms.

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Communicate, Connect, Sell!

Communicate, Connect, Sell!

Professor Lisa Spiller noticed that sales management textbooks she looked at were missing topics like storytelling, neuro-linguistic programming, determining willingness-to-buy, servant leadership, and sales analytics. So she wrote a book that did.

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Tourism’s Crisis Management. Lessons for all Businesses and How Crisis Management Found Me

Tourism’s Crisis Management. Lessons for all Businesses and How Crisis Management Found Me

Whether a crisis impacts retailers, banks, manufacturers, miners, construction, traders or tourism, says David Beirman, the management of recovery operates under a surprisingly similar set of rules.

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‘Doing Business in Asia’: How to Thrive in an International Collaboration

‘Doing Business in Asia’: How to Thrive in an International Collaboration

Professor Terence Tsai outlines how he was recruited to work on the new book, Doing Business in Asia, and what factors led to the smooth completion of the collaborative writing involved.

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Lessons From This Year’s Student Academic Experience Survey

Lessons From This Year’s Student Academic Experience Survey

Despite the extraordinary circumstances of the last year, this year’s Student Academic Experience Survey, its results and recommendations are a great opportunity for higher education institutions to implement long-lasting change.

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