Surveys

Surveys Provide Insight Into Three Factors That Encourage Open Data and Science
Research
September 19, 2023

Surveys Provide Insight Into Three Factors That Encourage Open Data and Science

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Event: National Crime Victimization Survey 50th Anniversary Celebration
Event
August 15, 2023

Event: National Crime Victimization Survey 50th Anniversary Celebration

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Gearing Up or Burning Out? Survey Findings Show Wellbeing is Top Concern for Higher Ed Faculty
Insights
September 16, 2021

Gearing Up or Burning Out? Survey Findings Show Wellbeing is Top Concern for Higher Ed Faculty

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Survey Experts Still Scratching Heads Over Trump-Biden Polling Fails
Industry
May 28, 2021

Survey Experts Still Scratching Heads Over Trump-Biden Polling Fails

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Ronald Inglehart, 1934-2021: Founder of the World Values Survey

Ronald Inglehart, 1934-2021: Founder of the World Values Survey

Ron Inglehart, a political scientist whose work on surveying values around the world set new and higher bars on what such studies could achieve, has died at age 86.

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Participants Sought for Colorism in Academia Survey

Participants Sought for Colorism in Academia Survey

Aimee Haynes, a Ph.D. candidate at Florida’s Nova Southeastern University, is conducting research on colorism experiences among non-White women leaders in higher education careers. She’s asking readers of Social Science Space who fit certain criteria to fill out her anonymous online survey by September 30.

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Call to Action for Social Scientists: UCL Study on Research Practices

Call to Action for Social Scientists: UCL Study on Research Practices

Much has been discussed in recent years about research practices in social sciences. Debates around acceptable research practices has sometimes been contentious, […]

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Six Things We’ve Learned About Academic Writing Productivity (and Satisfaction)

Six Things We’ve Learned About Academic Writing Productivity (and Satisfaction)

Writing satisfaction is strongly linked to publishing productivity and, potentially, career success. Chris Smith reports on research investigating the tools and systems academics from all career stages use to keep writing and publishing. Age, experience, and having a sense of certainty about what sort of writing system suits you and your life are all important to productivity and overall satisfaction.

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Archived Webinar: Survey Tips for Librarians

Archived Webinar: Survey Tips for Librarians

Earlier this month, SAGE Publishing — the parent of Social Science Space — held the webinar Survey Tips for Librarians with survey research […]

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The Tragedy of the (Over-Surveyed) Commons

The Tragedy of the (Over-Surveyed) Commons

If Garrett Hardin were with us today, argues Rob Brooks, he would have saved a special place on the degraded commons to relegate those who inflict upon us all the burden of collecting meaningless data and unheeded opinion.

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What is the Role of Self-Efficacy in Sales Education?

What is the Role of Self-Efficacy in Sales Education?

Did you know that sales is one of the top three careers for business graduates (Cummins, Peltier, Erffmeyer, & Whalen, 2013)? Perhaps […]

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Congressional Briefing on social surveys and statistics (American Academy of Political and Social Science)

Congressional Briefing on social surveys and statistics (American Academy of Political and Social Science)

Last month The American Academy of Political and Social Science (AAPSS) put together a Congressional Briefing on the impact of falling response rates to social surveys and what can be done about it.

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