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Study: Black Students’ Trust in Their Colleges is Lower
Research
March 22, 2021

Study: Black Students’ Trust in Their Colleges is Lower

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Watch Video: Inspiring Creativity and Curiosity When Teaching Online
Teaching
March 16, 2021

Watch Video: Inspiring Creativity and Curiosity When Teaching Online

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Watch the Video: Fake News in the Post-Trump Era
International Debate
March 15, 2021

Watch the Video: Fake News in the Post-Trump Era

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SSRC Report Tackles COVID-Driven Growing Data Economy
International Debate
March 15, 2021

SSRC Report Tackles COVID-Driven Growing Data Economy

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Anti-Racist Social Science Books and Articles

Anti-Racist Social Science Books and Articles

This section of Social Science Space features some of the most important work across social science disciplines that has engaged with the […]

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Video: Social Connectedness during COVID-19

Video: Social Connectedness during COVID-19

Clinical psychologist Tegan Cruwys discusses the concept of social connectedness and how being ‘together apart’ is both possible and crucial during the coronavirus pandemic.

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Watch the Archived Webinar: Demystifying Academic Processes: From Publishing Your Research to Promoting it

Watch the Archived Webinar: Demystifying Academic Processes: From Publishing Your Research to Promoting it

“Demystifying Academic Processes: From Publishing Your Research to Promoting it,” answered three main questions: How can you get published in an academic journal (whether an early career researcher or veteran)? How can you promote your publications? And how should you think about measuring impact?

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HEPI Report Examines Conversation Universities Should Have With Media

HEPI Report Examines Conversation Universities Should Have With Media

In the new HEPI report, “Mixed Media: what universities need to know about journalists so they can get a better press”, veteran journalist Rosemary Bennett addresses the universities’ routine silence in public discussion of education and what they should do to rectify that.

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Video: Inequality During COVID-19

Video: Inequality During COVID-19

“COVID has put a magnifying glass on existing inequalities,” says Jolanda Jetten, a professor of social psychology at the University of Queensland, “and it’s clear that the degree of suffering is unfairly on the shoulders of the poorer groups in societies, and also the poorest countries in this world.”

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Video: Leadership During COVID-19

Video: Leadership During COVID-19

One of the victims of the COVID-19 pandemic, argues social psychologist S. Alex Haslam, are many traditional views of leadership. In this […]

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Video: Reconsidering Congress: Where Do We Go from Here?

Video: Reconsidering Congress: Where Do We Go from Here?

In this 30-minute video, C. Lawrence Evans, the Newton Family Professor of Government at Virginia’s William & Mary University, discusses the current complexion of the United States Congress during a particularly tumultuous time.

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Video: Two Psychologies of COVID-19

Video: Two Psychologies of COVID-19

In this 44-minute video, Stephen Reicher addresses what he sees as the two psychologies of COVID, working through the lens of social identity theory.

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