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Scientists Use Big Data to Sway Elections and Predict Riots: Welcome to the 1960s

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Jill Lepore. 2020. “ Scientists Use Big Data to Sway Elections and Predict Riots: Welcome to the 1960s .” Nature September 16, 2020. Article
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Ruth Bader Ginsburg: The Great Equalizer

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Jill Lepore. 2020. “ Ruth Bader Ginsburg: The Great Equalizer .” newyorker.com. Article
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The role of body mass index at diagnosis of colorectal cancer on Black-White disparities in survival: a density regression mediation approach

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Katrina L Devick, Linda Valeri, Jarvis Chen, Alejandro Jara, Marie-Abèle Bind, and Brent A Coull. 2020. “ The role of body mass index at diagnosis of colorectal cancer on...
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US science news biased against people with names of non-British origin

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Scientists with names that are not of British origin are less likely to feature in a US news story about their research, according to an analysis of 230,000 news articles
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Impact of Teamwork and Communication Training Interventions on Safety Culture and Patient Safety in Emergency Departments: A Systematic Review

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Mohamed Alsabri, Zoubir Boudi, Dominique Lauque, Daglius Dias Roger, Julia S. Whelan, Linda Östlundh, Guillaum Allinier, Churchill Onyeji, Philippe Michel, Shan W. Liu, Carlos...
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IST Virtual Technical Conference 2020 FREE ONLINE EVENT Wednesday 11th November 2020 We are delighted to announce that we will be holding our Conference online this year. We...
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Innovating Service Design Meant Adding Value at the End of Life

Innovating Service Design Meant Adding Value at the End of Life

10 days ago   |   Social Science Space

Figuring out how to do service research with a very special population - but one we will all be part of eventually - was a challenge met by the creators of Trajectory...
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Many Ways to be Right: Cross-Pressured Voters in Western Europe

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Noam Gidron. 2020. “ Many Ways to be Right: Cross-Pressured Voters in Western Europe .” British Journal of Political Science. Abstract Mainstream parties in Western Europe are...
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What's Wrong with Peer Review?

What's Wrong with Peer Review?

11 days ago   |   Social Science Space

Have you ever invested a lot of thought and creativity and effort into a journal article, only for it to be rejected with a rude and aggressive peer review? This happened to me...
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The Affordable Care Act's Missing Consensus: Values, Attitudes, and Experiences Associated with Competing Health Reform Preferences

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Adrianna McIntyre, Robert J. Blendon, John M. Benson, Mary G. Findling, and Eric C. Schneider. 2020. “ The Affordable Care Act's Missing Consensus: Values, Attitudes, and...
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Will the 2020 Census Be the Last of Its Kind?

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