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The We Society Explores Intersectionality and Single Motherhood
Industry
December 7, 2022

The We Society Explores Intersectionality and Single Motherhood

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How ChatGPT Could Transform Higher Education 
Communication
December 7, 2022

How ChatGPT Could Transform Higher Education 

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Report Provides Recommendations for Data Instruction in the Social Sciences
Reports
November 30, 2022

Report Provides Recommendations for Data Instruction in the Social Sciences

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The Impact of Book Bans on Higher Education
Communication
October 31, 2022

The Impact of Book Bans on Higher Education

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Survey Sees HE Faculty Embracing Digital Changes 

Survey Sees HE Faculty Embracing Digital Changes 

SAGE’s 2022 pedagogy survey, building on prior annual surveys launched in 2020 and repeated in 2021, show some exciting developments in faculty […]

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An Introvert’s Guide to Academic Networking and Hybrid Events

An Introvert’s Guide to Academic Networking and Hybrid Events

As academic conferences and events re-emerge after a period of COVID-19 induced absence, Mark Carrigan, takes stock of the new post-pandemic world of academic meetings and provides four strategies for how academics can productively navigate and build networks in a world of hybrid interactions.

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CNSTAT Report Emphasizes the Need for a National Data Infrastructure

CNSTAT Report Emphasizes the Need for a National Data Infrastructure

In the recent report, “Toward a 21st Century National Data Infrastructure: Mobilizing Information for the Common Good,” by the Committee on National Statistics (CNSTAT) of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine, the importance of national data infrastructure is emphasized.

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Banning Books Threatens the Freedom to Read

Banning Books Threatens the Freedom to Read

Banned Books Week is an annual event, typically held the last week of September, celebrating the freedom to read. The celebration sponsored […]

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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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Destructive Leadership and Interdisciplinary Research: Amusing or Bemusing?

Destructive Leadership and Interdisciplinary Research: Amusing or Bemusing?

Jeremy Mackey, an associate professor of management at Auburn University, discusses the importance of interdisciplinary research and answers questions about the paper, “Musing about Interdisciplinary Research: Is Interdisciplinary Research Amusing or Bemusing?”

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Working Alongside Artificial Intelligence Key Focus at Critical Thinking Bootcamp 2022

Working Alongside Artificial Intelligence Key Focus at Critical Thinking Bootcamp 2022

SAGE Publishing — the parent of Social Science Space – will hold its Third Annual Critical Thinking Bootcamp on August 9. Leaning more and register here

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Microsite Offers Collection of Latest Research on Guns and Violence

Microsite Offers Collection of Latest Research on Guns and Violence

SAGE Publishing, the parent of Social Science Space, has collected some of the best and most recent, research on guns, shooters, victims and attitudes into a curated microsite.

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