Six scholars drawn from political science, sociology, economics and demography have been named 2023 fellows of The American Academy of Political and Social Science.
The authors argue that Aristotelian ethics of deliberation is a safeguard against the risks of ideological conditioning, false debates, and instrumentalization of power by the strongest people.
In “How Academic Podcasting Can Change Academia And Its Relationship With Society: A Conversation And Guide,” Michael Cox, an environmental social scientist at Dartmouth College, and 24 other researchers (themselves academic podcasters), describe how academic podcasting could help various dimensions of higher education and offer suggestions for researchers interested in starting a podcast.
Annie Pilote, dean of the faculty of graduate and postdoctoral studies at the Université Laval, was named chair of the Federation for the Humanities and Social Sciences at its 2023 virtual annual meeting last month. Members also elected Debra Thompson as a new director on the board.
The idea that the poor are impoverished morally as well as materially, that they lack humanity as well as means, has a long history.
The topic of robots and humans working together in teams, so-called mixed human-robot teams, is of particular interest, as teams are the norm in the workplace for many of us.
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Five organizations representing knowledge networks, research libraries, and publishing platforms joined the Federation of Humanities and Social Sciences to review the present and the future of open access — in policy and in practice – in Canada
As the world continues to evolve, so do the needs of US college students. Heidi M. Neck and Christopher P Neck draw from their combined 50 years of teaching over 100,000 students as they examine what students want in today’s classroom.
Non-compete agreements were intended to be utilized for higher-earning employees, but middle-class workers are being affected. Should non-competes be banned?
Three new members have been appointed to the 19-strong committee advising the Division of Behavioral and Social Sciences and Education at the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine.