Videos and Past Webinars

This page collects videos – recorded lectures, archived webinars, interviews and more – from across the social and behavioral sciences.

Watch The Lecture: The ‘E’ In Science Stands For Equity

Watch The Lecture: The ‘E’ In Science Stands For Equity

According to the National Science Foundation, the percentage of American adults with a great deal of trust in the scientific community dropped […]

Watch a Social Scientist Reflect on the Russian Invasion of Ukraine

Watch a Social Scientist Reflect on the Russian Invasion of Ukraine

“It’s very hard,” explains Sir Lawrence Freedman, “to motivate people when they’re going backwards.”

Dispatches from Social and Behavioral Scientists on COVID

Dispatches from Social and Behavioral Scientists on COVID

Has the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic impacted how social and behavioral scientists view and conduct research? If so, how exactly? And what are […]

Watch the 2022 SAGE-CASBS Award Lecture: Jennifer Richeson on the Myth of Racial Progress

Watch the 2022 SAGE-CASBS Award Lecture: Jennifer Richeson on the Myth of Racial Progress

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The problem with this myth of racial equality in the United States, argues Jennifer Richeson, is that is shapes what we see and how we perceive the actual state of racial inequality.

Deborah Lupton Looks at Why More People Don’t Exit Facebook

Deborah Lupton Looks at Why More People Don’t Exit Facebook

Given the issues that swirling around Facebook – and here’s a handy list of 16 of them – you might wonder why […]

Does the Business Model for Academic Publishing Promote Scholarly Progress?

Does the Business Model for Academic Publishing Promote Scholarly Progress?

The the latest Questions & Unanswers About Social Innovation seminar series put on by the Rutgers Institute for Corporate Social Innovation examined if the business model of academic publishing helps or hinders scholarly progress.

Business & Management Impact: Free Resources Page

Business & Management Impact: Free Resources Page

SAGE has launched a new webpage, Business & Management Impact, with a range of free resources for researchers, instructors, students, and policymakers. […]

Three Social and Behavioral Scientists Discuss the ‘Real-World’ Impact of Their Research

Three Social and Behavioral Scientists Discuss the ‘Real-World’ Impact of Their Research

In a series of videos, three researchers discuss the “real-world” impact of their findings.

Watch the Forum: A Turning Point for International Climate Policy

Watch the Forum: A Turning Point for International Climate Policy

On May 13, the American Academy of Political and Social Science hosted an online seminar, co-sponsored by SAGE Publishing, that featured presentations […]

Watch the Video: What Are Biosocial Sciences and What Are They Doing in Education?

Watch the Video: What Are Biosocial Sciences and What Are They Doing in Education?

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Paper Opening Science to the New Statistics Proves Its Import a Decade Later

Paper Opening Science to the New Statistics Proves Its Import a Decade Later

An article in the journal Psychological Science, “The New Statistics: Why and How” by La Trobe University’s Geoff Cumming, has proved remarkably popular in the years since and is the third-most cited paper published in a Sage journal in 2013.

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A Milestone Dataset on the Road to Self-Driving Cars Proves Highly Popular

A Milestone Dataset on the Road to Self-Driving Cars Proves Highly Popular

The idea of an autonomous vehicle – i.e., a self-driving car – isn’t particularly new. Leonardo da Vinci had some ideas he […]

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Why Social Science? Because It Can Help Contribute to AI That Benefits Society

Why Social Science? Because It Can Help Contribute to AI That Benefits Society

Social sciences can also inform the design and creation of ethical frameworks and guidelines for AI development and for deployment into systems. Social scientists can contribute expertise: on data quality, equity, and reliability; on how bias manifests in AI algorithms and decision-making processes; on how AI technologies impact marginalized communities and exacerbate existing inequities; and on topics such as fairness, transparency, privacy, and accountability.

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Innovation

AI Upskilling Can and Should Empower Business School Faculty

AI Upskilling Can and Should Empower Business School Faculty

If schools provide the proper support and resources, they will help educators move from anxiety to empowerment when integrating AI into the classroom.

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Paper Opening Science to the New Statistics Proves Its Import a Decade Later

Paper Opening Science to the New Statistics Proves Its Import a Decade Later

An article in the journal Psychological Science, “The New Statistics: Why and How” by La Trobe University’s Geoff Cumming, has proved remarkably popular in the years since and is the third-most cited paper published in a Sage journal in 2013.

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To Better Forecast AI, We Need to Learn Where Its Money Is Pointing

To Better Forecast AI, We Need to Learn Where Its Money Is Pointing

By carefully interrogating the system of economic incentives underlying innovations and how technologies are monetized in practice, we can generate a better understanding of the risks, both economic and technological, nurtured by a market’s structure.

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