At a recent seminar of the Campaign for the Public University, someone raised what is an increasingly pressing question. Why […]9 years ago
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A blogpost on the BSA's blog 'Sociology and the Cuts' by John Holmwood sets out the potential c viagra purchase […]9 years ago
New research from Australia suggests that Facebook users are more extroverted and narcissistic than people who use the Internet but […]9 years ago
An extract posted with kind permission of Harvard Magazine. Across all the disciplines of the social sciences—economics, history, anthropology, political science, […]9 years ago
In a recent blog on the Wall Street Journal site, Christopher Shea says: Scientists and social scientists may not always produce lively […]9 years ago
A statement has been issued by a number of scholarly associations in the US supporting the right of academics to […]9 years ago
The National Student Survey does not provide the valid, reliable data needed to compare higher education institutions. Such differences as […]9 years ago
Developing your web presence: the librarians’ guide Jane Secker and Matt Lingard, LSE Centre for Learning Technology A topical issue for […]9 years ago
Academy in today’s Guardian: Social scientists explain many things – but can they explain themselves?
In the Guardian today, the Academy of Social Sciences’ public engagement officer, Kate Roach, takes on Nick Cohen’s point on […]9 years ago
The commentator Nick Cohen argues in an article this week that many academics – specifically in social sciences and humanities – are unable to […]9 years ago
Over the last year SAGE has devoted time and energy to celebrating the social sciences. We have done so by […]9 years ago
Last month, SAGE sponsored a one-day symposium at the British Academy on the future of democracy, and media’s contribution to that […]9 years ago