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Metaverse – Together Alone?
Business and Management INK
June 1, 2022

Metaverse – Together Alone?

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Jonathan Haskel on Intangibles
Social Science Bites
June 1, 2022

Jonathan Haskel on Intangibles

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Political Scientists Explain Why Gun Legislation Always Stalls in US Congress
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May 27, 2022

Political Scientists Explain Why Gun Legislation Always Stalls in US Congress

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Watch a Social Scientist Reflect on the Russian Invasion of Ukraine
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May 25, 2022

Watch a Social Scientist Reflect on the Russian Invasion of Ukraine

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As a Black Sociologist and a Mom, What I’ve Learned Listening to Other Black Moms During Pandemic

As a Black Sociologist and a Mom, What I’ve Learned Listening to Other Black Moms During Pandemic

Loren Henderson describes her work with BarBara Scott as part of a small body of descriptive research, mostly by researchers of color, countering negativity and victim-blaming in earlier studies of Black families.

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Coming Out in eSports: The Price Paid by Soldier 76

Coming Out in eSports: The Price Paid by Soldier 76

Footballer Jake Daniels’ coming out leads us to ask – would other sports, like eSports, be more welcoming of a figure being gay?

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Indigenous Societies and the True Value of Traditional Ecological Knowledge

Indigenous Societies and the True Value of Traditional Ecological Knowledge

Recent studies have underscored that conservationists can learn a lot from traditional ecological knowledge about successful resource management.

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The Boon and Bane of Blockchain

The Boon and Bane of Blockchain

Successful blockchain managers have a thorough understanding of the network structures for which blockchains are used, choose the appropriate governance mode, and adapt it dynamically to changes in the network structure.

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Comparing Priorities for Mental Health Research with Fostering Well-Being

Comparing Priorities for Mental Health Research with Fostering Well-Being

Wouter van de Klippe, Alfredo Yegros, Tim Willemse and Ismael Rafols discuss their mixed methods research into prioritization in mental health research, using expert focus groups and bibliometric data to explore how perceptions of where the field should be heading, differ from current research priorities and how different countries have developed different research priorities in this area. 

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Comparing Felt Responsibility for Ethical Purchasing in Professional and Personal Roles

Comparing Felt Responsibility for Ethical Purchasing in Professional and Personal Roles

Liz Cooper explains the motivation behind the paper she co-wrote with Ben Marder, “Role morality discrepancy and ethical purchasing: exploring felt responsibility […]

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Looking Inside Military Generals’ Charisma: The Workings of Top-Leaders’ Squires

Looking Inside Military Generals’ Charisma: The Workings of Top-Leaders’ Squires

There is a third type of actor in the leader-follower power construct, suggests Michael Sang.

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Explaining Why Men Kill Women Is a Harder Question Than Many Think

Explaining Why Men Kill Women Is a Harder Question Than Many Think

The author warns that policies intended to prevent intimate partner femicide should not become narrowly focused around gendered factors such as men’s attitudes to women and toxic masculinity.

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