Communication

Quirk Theory – Why Outsiders Thrive After High School
Communication
May 10, 2011

Quirk Theory – Why Outsiders Thrive After High School

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Weekly overview of social science news
Communication
May 9, 2011

Weekly overview of social science news

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Is it something I said? Sense of humor and partner embarrassment
Communication
May 3, 2011

Is it something I said? Sense of humor and partner embarrassment

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Weekly overview of social science industry news
Communication
May 2, 2011

Weekly overview of social science industry news

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Round up of recent social science research (from SAGE Insight)

Round up of recent social science research (from SAGE Insight)

Cyberbullying among youngsters: profiles of bullies and victims (New Media & Society) Love, romantic obsession and friendship: key measuring factors in romantic relationships (Journal […]

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The Future of Knowledge: Mapping Interfaces

The Future of Knowledge: Mapping Interfaces

The European Science Foundation report on “The Future of Knowledge: Mapping Interfaces” explores the discourse of disciplinarity and the contemporary relevance of […]

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Weekly overview of social science industry news

Weekly overview of social science industry news

Social sciences and humanities curricula should be amended  to make them more job-orientated (Viet Nam News) American medical colleges propose greater focus […]

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Flourish or fail? Higher education in crisis – the global context

Flourish or fail? Higher education in crisis – the global context

The Higher Education Policy Institute’s Eighth Annual Lecture was given by Dr Jamil Salmi, the World Bank’s Director of Tertiary Education, at […]

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Round up of recent social science research (from SAGE Insight)

Round up of recent social science research (from SAGE Insight)

This is a new post that will feature fortnightly to highlight social science articles with a particular media or policy relevance. They […]

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“The immaterial global village”: debunking myths of the internet

“The immaterial global village”: debunking myths of the internet

In “The Place of the Internet in Anthropology” (in the March 2011 issue of Anthropology News), UCLA PhD student Adam Fish addresses the […]

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Breaking silences on broken promises

Breaking silences on broken promises

At a recent seminar of the Campaign for the Public University, someone raised what is an increasingly pressing question. Why aren’t more […]

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For Sociology, for the Public University… Join the Debate!

For Sociology, for the Public University… Join the Debate!

A blogpost on the BSA's blog 'Sociology and the Cuts' by John Holmwood sets out the potential c viagra purchase onsequences of […]

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