Leslie T. Fenwick, dean emerita of the Howard University School of Education, will deliver the 2023 Brown Lecture in Education Research.
The paper “What Makes Online Content Viral,” published in the Journal of Marketing Research in 2012, is a recipient of Sage’s fourth annual 10-Year Impact Awards. The paper has been cited 1,333 times.
The paper “What We Know and Don’t Know About Corporate Social Responsibility: A Review and Research Agenda,” published in the Journal of Management in 2012, is a recipient of Sage’s fourth annual 10-Year Impact Awards. The paper has been cited 1,970 times.
Social Science Space caught up with Walter Greason to discuss hisjourneys, the new book ‘Illmatic Consequences’ he co-edited with Danian Darrell Jerry’, and the current political upheaval circling around the term ‘critical race theory.’
American high school students interested in the social, behavioral and economic (SBE) sciences won’t have to wait until college to gain hands-on research experience thanks to a new National Science Foundation initiative.
Jaya Addin Linando discusses discrimination against Muslims and answers questions about his new paper, “A relational perspective comparison of workplace discrimination toward Muslims in Muslim-minority and Muslim-majority countries,” published in International Journal of Cross Cultural Management.
The Agreement on Reforming Research Assessment offers a window of opportunity to transform evaluation systems across Europe. However, in order to implement the qualitative style of evaluation proposed, it will be necessary to modify the processes and sites of evaluation in those countries relying on centralised evaluation system
A recent Paychex survey asked individuals who quit their jobs if they were satisfied with their original decision and whether they had any regrets. About 80 percent of the more than 800 employees surveyed said that they did have regrets about quitting. In addition, 78 percent of individuals who left their jobs said that they would like to have their old job back, and 68 percent had tried to do so. Paychex dubbed this the “great regret.” However, these results give employers valuable information about the potential to work with those who have been called “boomerang employees” in previous generations.
Obaro Ikime died on 25 April 2023, aged 86. He fought valiantly, and ultimately successfully, to get the discipline of history restored to Nigerian higher education.
Robert “Bob” Lucas Jr., an economist, educator and Nobel Prize in Economics laureate, died May 15. He was 85.
Bear Braumoeller, a political scientist and computational social scientist whose work on international conflict in today’s world seemed especially prescient after Russia’s war on Ukraine, has died
Six scholars drawn from political science, sociology, economics and demography have been named 2023 fellows of The American Academy of Political and Social Science.