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 governments10 years ago
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Nicholas Lemann, Dean and Henry R. Luce Professor at the Columbia University Graduate School of Journalism, is a veteran national […]10 years ago
The ponderousness, and consequent unnecessary expense, of many legal processes was brought home to me yet again with my recent […]10 years ago
The House of Commons Science and Technology Committee met with prominent UK social scientists last week to discuss the potential […]10 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, […]10 years ago
In 2011 the Science and Technology Select Committee published the report Scientific advice and evidence in emergencies, examining the role […]10 years ago
SCIENCE AND TECHNOLOGY COMMITTEE Select Committee Announcement No. 98 (10-12): 9 November 2011 NEW INQUIRY ANNOUNCED The census and social […]10 years ago
Originally posted to the SAGE Connection blog Last week was the ESRC’s annual festival of social science. This is the […]10 years ago
With the Olympic and Paralympic Games piquing the public’s interest in sport, the publication of Making the Case for the […]10 years ago
In a recent Miller-McCune article, Tom Jacobs looks at research by psychologists that links people’s reluctance to protest against Wall […]10 years ago
During and following the Academy’s conference on the Riots of summer 2011, the speakers were all asked for their thoughts […]10 years ago
Social Policy Association (SPA) President and former Chief Government Social Researcher Sue Duncan has warned that the UK government risks […]10 years ago