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UNAM's social science researchers hail the Olufuko ritual as a good practice
Namibian Broadcasting Corporation

UNAM's social science researchers hail the Olufuko ritual as a...

[embedded content] Social science researchers at the University of Namibia have hailed the Olufuko ritual as a good practice which can enhance Namibia's culture. The ritual which was predominantly famous among Ovawambo people went on a ... Namibian Broadcasting Corporation, 3 days ago
Moot on social sciences The Nation Pakistan, 1 week ago

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Race is a Social Concept, Not a Scientific One (Op-Ed)

Michael Hadjiargyrou, Chair of the Department of Life Sciences, New York Institute of Technology Date: 29 August 2014 Time: 08:16 PM ET Credit: stock.xchng CREDIT: stock.xchng Michael Hadjiargyrou is chair of the ...
 LiveScience.com3 days ago StartX & QB3 Launch Lab for Life Science and Medical Technology Entrepreneurs  Red Orbit5 days ago Correct analyses show female storms are deadlier [Social Sciences]  PNAS6 days ago Are female hurricanes really deadlier? [Social Sciences]  PNAS6 days ago

The Spiral of Silence How social media encourages self-censorship online

James Vincent is Science and Technology Reporter for The Independent online, and his work appears in print too. In the past he has written freelance for Wired, the New Statesman and the
 Big News Network6 days ago Social Media Users Shy Away From Sharing Their Opinions: Study  NDTV6 days ago Social media not a vehicle of debate, instead encourages self-censorship: Study  IBN Live6 days ago Is Social Media Causing Us to Self-Censor on Hot-Button Issues?  Mashable1 week ago
The Guardian Express

Better bone up on your algebra — math and science are the moneymakers

New report suggests mathematicians and scientists will hold sway London: For those trained in law, social sciences and the arts, I have some bad news: the best days may be over because the future belongs to scientists, engineers and mathematicians.
 Gulf News4 days ago Canadians science culture thriving, new report finds  University Affairs4 days ago Science Culture: Where Canada Stands  Noodls5 days ago Canadians rank highly when it comes to public science knowledge, attitudes, and engagement, finds Expert Panel  SearchBug5 days ago
Slate Magazine

International Conference on Social Science and Humanities concludes at IUB

A three-day long International Conference on Social Sciences and Humanities focusing on the theme Identity in the Globalized World: Dimensions, Transformations and Challenges concluded at Independent University, Bangladesh (IUB) campus in ...
 Dhaka Tribune2 days ago School of Humanities and Social Sciences offers 14 disciplines in 5 departments  Globe SLCC5 days ago Teaching Computer Science Without Touching a Computer  Slate Magazine5 days ago Looking to the Future of Data Science  Yahoo! Finance6 days ago
Daily Bhaskar

We Don't Need Ice, We Need to Fund Science

The ice bucket challenge has taken social media by storm. As a social psychologist, I must admit that I find it quite fascinating how successful this campaign has become considering ALS is an extremely rare disease. Of course, it is hard to ...
 Psychology Today5 days ago The Power of Social Influence: From a Bucket of Ice to the End of a Relationship  IMedia Connection4 days ago These are the weirdest ALS Ice Bucket Challenges so far!  Daily Bhaskar5 days ago Students weigh in on ALS Ice Bucket Challenge  Individual.com2 days ago

SOCIAL MEDIA VENT : Investigators from University College London Target Science and Engineering Ethics (Social Media in Disaster Risk Reduction and Crisis Management)

By a News Reporter-Staff News Editor at Bioterrorism Week -- Investigators publish new report on Science and Engineering Ethics. According to news reporting originating in London, United Kingdom , by NewsRx editors, the research stated, "This paper ...
 4 Traders5 days ago DEFENSE TECHNOLOGY SYSTEMS : Investigators at National University of Defense Technology Report Findings in General Science (The Chinese "Human Flesh" Web: the first decade and...  4 Traders5 days ago "Think Science"!  Agencyfaqs!1 week ago

Synergy of humanities, sciences, others will aid national devt, says don

DEAN, Faculty of Arts, University of Ibadan, Prof. Aderemi Raji-Oyelade, says the synergy between humanities, social sciences, science and technology for Nigeria remains a veritable recipe if Nigeria intends to witness the desired development in the ...
 The Guardian Nigeria5 days ago

Young scientists focus on social solut...

Cape Town - An energy-efficient house and insulation for informal housing were among the projects Cape Town pupils entered in this year's Eskom Expo for Young Scientists, with many entrants choosing to focus on ways to address social issues. ...
 IOL6 days ago

Panel orders pension pay

Bihar Human Rights Commission has directed AN Sinha Institute of Social Sciences (ANSISS) to pay pension to its retired employees by August 31. The commission passed the direction on a petition filed by the institutes pensioners seeking direction for ...
 The Telegraph1 week ago
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