International Debate

The changing nature of scholarly communication
Communication
December 2, 2010

The changing nature of scholarly communication

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Solving the Social Sciences’ Hard Problems
International Debate
December 2, 2010

Solving the Social Sciences’ Hard Problems

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Making the Case For the Social Sciences no.1: Wellbeing
Impact
December 2, 2010

Making the Case For the Social Sciences no.1: Wellbeing

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Recognising Psychology as a STEM Discipline
Interdisciplinarity
December 2, 2010

Recognising Psychology as a STEM Discipline

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Working with the Life Sciences; “Whose aspirations? Whose achievements?”

Working with the Life Sciences; “Whose aspirations? Whose achievements?”

The life sciences have made major contributions to our knowledge and understanding, but utilising that knowledge for maximum benefit often requires different […]

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Risk, ethics and public sensitivities: LSE TLSS Series

Risk, ethics and public sensitivities: LSE TLSS Series

This podcast was recorded by the LSE as part of their series, Thinking like a Social Scientist. Risk, ethics and public sensitivities […]

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The Marketplace of Perceptions: Behavioral economics explains why we procrastinate, buy, borrow, and grab chocolate on the spur of the moment

The Marketplace of Perceptions: Behavioral economics explains why we procrastinate, buy, borrow, and grab chocolate on the spur of the moment

This is an extract from a post originally published  in Harvard Magazine. Like all revolutions in thought, this one began with anomalies, […]

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Ethics of research with young children

Ethics of research with young children

When we involve young children in our research, there are the usual things we well know that we must attend to – […]

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Deep value

Deep value

‘Public service reform’ was a key theme of New Labour, and with widespread cuts to public services from the Coalition’s spending review […]

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SAGE and the British Academy: the Crucial Role of Social Science

SAGE and the British Academy: the Crucial Role of Social Science

A debate held in London on 16th March 2010 as part of the ESRC festival of social science. Co-hosted by SAGE and […]

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Measuring wellbeing: the new yardstick of progress?

Measuring wellbeing: the new yardstick of progress?

Paul Allin, Deputy Director: Societal Wellbeing, ONS speaking at the SRA Summer Event in July SRA Summer Event Paul Allin

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(Maintaining quality in) social research in straitened times

(Maintaining quality in) social research in straitened times

Patrick Sturgis,  University of Southampton, National Centre for Research Methods speaking at the SRA Summer Event in July SRAsummerevent Patrick Sturgiss (ps1r07 […]

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