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Lessons From This Year’s Student Academic Experience Survey
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July 21, 2021

Lessons From This Year’s Student Academic Experience Survey

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UK Study of Diversity and Inclusion in Social Research Finds We Have ‘Far to Go’
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July 16, 2021

UK Study of Diversity and Inclusion in Social Research Finds We Have ‘Far to Go’

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A Social Scientist Looks at the Irish Border and Its Future
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July 8, 2021

A Social Scientist Looks at the Irish Border and Its Future

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Questioning the Narrative of the Majority-Minority Society
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June 14, 2021

Questioning the Narrative of the Majority-Minority Society

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The Secrets of the Human Mind (and Marketing)

The Secrets of the Human Mind (and Marketing)

The author of the book ‘Sensory Marketing’ explains how it fills a gap in the marketing literature in analyzing and discussing how companies could apply multisensory cues for vision, sound, smell, touch, and taste in business practice.

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Project Managing a Book on Project Management

Project Managing a Book on Project Management

perhaps the most challenging aspect of writing this new book on project management, says co-author Stewart Clegg, was translating both the language and style of the root text.

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New Edition of ‘Advertising & Promotion’ and the Obliteration of the Mad Men Paradigm

New Edition of ‘Advertising & Promotion’ and the Obliteration of the Mad Men Paradigm

The advertising and promotion world is very different since the first edition of our book, Advertising & Promotion, appeared in 2005. The […]

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A Micro Syllabus on Asian American Experiences and Politics

A Micro Syllabus on Asian American Experiences and Politics

Un-modeling the ‘model minority’ — a term often used to describe Asian American populations in the United States — is a crucial […]

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The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of Pop Psychology

The Good, the Bad and the Ugly of Pop Psychology

More than 50 years ago, George Miller, president of the American Psychological Association, urged his colleagues “to give psychology away.” No, cynical […]

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Anti-Racist Social Science Books and Articles

Anti-Racist Social Science Books and Articles

This section of Social Science Space features some of the most important work across social science disciplines that has engaged with the […]

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Graduate Students Need  PhDs that Resonate Outside of Academia

Graduate Students Need PhDs that Resonate Outside of Academia

In ‘The New PhD: How to Build a Better Graduate Education,’ Loenard Cassuto and Robert Weisbuch argue that graduate programs aren’t preparing doctoral students for the jobs they’ll likely have outside college classrooms or laboratories.

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Anti-Racist Research in the Social Sciences

Anti-Racist Research in the Social Sciences

In an attempt to uncover and highlight anti-racist research in the social sciences, SAGE Publishing (the parent of Social Science Space) sent […]

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