How might social media strengthen organizational bonds? Stephanie Dailey takes a look at hashtags can foster member identification.
A multi-place research project in six cities worldwide in the journal ‘Global Perspectives’ brings a new angle to a examination of the civic life of cities.
In this first of a series of three blog posts, geographer Aled Singleton reflects on his research experience of taking the very naturalistic and low-tech concept of walking conversations and outdoor events into a digital form.
Society, the authors, find, suppresses women’s entrepreneurship just by the way it talks about entrepreneurs.
We know that one outlier has the potential to influence the size and direction of effects, the significance of hypothesized relationships, and significantly alter the results of published works, but what happens when there are dozens of outliers in a sample?
in a ‘Why Social Science’ post from 2020, the new leader of the National Science Foundation’s director for social and behavioral science discusses an NSF program to get more research money to minority-serving institutions.