Research

Celebrating Nowruz: The Persian New Year

For more than 3,000 years, Nowruz has been celebrated as the beginning of the new year. Today, it is marked by more than 300 million people all around the world.

7 months ago
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Would You Forego Citations for Journal Status?

Presenting evidence from a new analysis of business and management academics, the authors explore how journal status is valued by these academics and the point at which journal status becomes more prized than academic influence.

9 months ago
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Mob outside U.S. Capitol

Learned Commentary on the Legacy of January 6 Attack

January 6 provided both a natural experiment for current research and a chance to see if past predictions might play out as expected. This collection of academic commentary on the attack should add ore light than heat to the discussion.

9 months ago
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sculpture of dazed businessman on bench

Social and Behavioral Science Responds to 9/11: Some Readings

In the two decades since 9/11, social and behavioral science responded with a wealth of research on the motivations — and the aftermaths — of the terrorist attacks. The collection of free-to-read articles drawn from journals produced by SAGE Publishing (the parent of Social Science Space) during those intervening decades demonstrates the breadth of that research and the various ways that these acts of violence still resonate in lives and in scholarship around the globe.

1 year ago
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