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Decolonizing Research: Putting India on the Agenda
Industry
December 26, 2022

Decolonizing Research: Putting India on the Agenda

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How African Ubuntu Might Help Decolonize Research
Business and Management INK
September 26, 2022

How African Ubuntu Might Help Decolonize Research

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Webinar: Research in Global Crisis
Event
September 14, 2022

Webinar: Research in Global Crisis

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Decent Gig Work in Sub-Saharan Africa?
Business and Management INK
August 24, 2022

Decent Gig Work in Sub-Saharan Africa?

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Reflecting on the ‘Curated Debate’ Over Using ‘Templates’ in Qualitative Research

Reflecting on the ‘Curated Debate’ Over Using ‘Templates’ in Qualitative Research

One of the currently raging issues in the management field has to do with the use of “templates” in qualitative research.

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SAGE Shares Open Research Related to Monkeypox

SAGE Shares Open Research Related to Monkeypox

SAGE has collected recent open research related to monkeypox and orthopoxvirus (the genus that includes monkeypox) in an effort to support the global response to the disease.

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The Emotional Toll of Whistleblowing on Family Identity

The Emotional Toll of Whistleblowing on Family Identity

Brian Richardson, an associate professor at the University of North Texas and specialist in crisis communication and whistleblowing research, discusses the impacts of whistleblowing on familial relationships and answers questions about his paper “Death Threats don’t Just Affect You, They Affect Your Family”: Investigating the Impact of Whistleblowing on Family Identity

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Our Study Finds Women Are Better at Statistics Than They Think

Our Study Finds Women Are Better at Statistics Than They Think

Women in statistics classes do better academically than men over a semester despite having more negative attitudes regarding their own abilities, according to our recent study.

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Paper on Showing Significance Proves Very Significant Decade Later

Paper on Showing Significance Proves Very Significant Decade Later

An academic paper that asserts you can present nearly any research finding as significant would be widely read and cited has received more that 4,000 citations since it was published in 2011.

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Whither Nudge? New Evidence Review Questions Its Efficacy

Whither Nudge? New Evidence Review Questions Its Efficacy

New research reviewing an influential 2021 paper supporting the efficacy of the ‘nudge’ and others now warns nudges may not have any effect on behavior at all.

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Helen Kara Calls for Doing Research As If Our Human Participants Mattered

Helen Kara Calls for Doing Research As If Our Human Participants Mattered

Human research participants are frequently rendered passively in research outputs as ‘research subjects.’ Helen Kara presents three ways in which research participants can be made more central to research.

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Boost Member Engagement and Strengthen Your Organization’s Identity with Organizational Hashtags

Boost Member Engagement and Strengthen Your Organization’s Identity with Organizational Hashtags

How might social media strengthen organizational bonds? Stephanie Dailey takes a look at hashtags can foster member identification.

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