There is increasing agreement that the world is warming and that there is a significant man-made contribution. But uncertainty continues about many of the physical consequences of climate change and even more so about the social effects.8 years ago
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The ability of people to keep their most desperate, innermost thoughts hidden from those around them is surely something that juries ought to be reminded of in cases where a death could be suicide or murder…8 years ago
Compelling new evidence of a link between inequality and crime in England invites reconsideration of the individualistic ‘tough on crime’ stances of recent New Labour and Conservative governments8 years ago
Nicholas Lemann, Dean and Henry R. Luce Professor at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, is a veteran national […]8 years ago
The ponderousness, and consequent unnecessary expense, of many legal processes was brought home to me yet again with my recent […]8 years ago
The House of Commons Science and Technology Committee met with prominent UK social scientists last week to discuss the potential […]8 years ago
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With large impacts on dissemination of research and significant benefits in terms of individual reputations, David McKenzie and Berk Özler, […]8 years ago
In 2011 the Science and Technology Select Committee published the report Scientific advice and evidence in emergencies, examining the role […]8 years ago
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE Select Committee Announcement No. 98 (10-12): 9 November 2011 NEW INQUIRY ANNOUNCED The census and social […]8 years ago
Originally posted to the SAGE Connection blog Last week was the ESRC’s annual festival of social science. This is the […]8 years ago
With the Olympic and Paralympic Games piquing the public’s interest in sport, the publication of Making the Case for the […]8 years ago
In a recent Miller-McCune article, Tom Jacobs looks at research by psychologists that links people’s reluctance to protest against Wall […]8 years ago