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Who are nuclear weapons scientists? | Hugh Gusterson | TEDxFoggyBottom

Translator: Vytautė Marija Petručionytė Reviewer: Ellen Maloney I’m an anthropologist. When you think of anthropologists, you think of people who study cannibals in New Guinea, people in grass skirts in Samoa. I’ve spent my career as an anthropologist studying American nuclear weapons scientists. I wanted to know why someone, when they graduate from university would […]

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Complexity Economics Overview
انثروبولوجي_بالعربي – حلقة ١تعريفية – هو يعني ايه انثروبولوجي اصلا ؟# Ep1 What is Anthropology?

انثروبولوجي_بالعربي – حلقة ١تعريفية – هو يعني ايه انثروبولوجي اصلا ؟# Ep1 What is Anthropology?

“Anthropology in Arabic” Since I started my masters in Social and Visual Anthropology in Uni of Kent I decided to do short and engaging videos’ series that I will do regularly, where I will introduce you to “The World of Anthropology” That I think is very interesting and contains fascinating sub-worlds In the beginning, I […]

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Nos fausses idées sur la monnaie | Ariane TICHIT | TEDxClermont
Many Paths to Knowledge: the Social Science Difference

Many Paths to Knowledge: the Social Science Difference

Hi. My name is James Cook. I’m with the University of Maine at Augusta, and today we’re going to consider social science research in context. How do we understand what it means to engage in a social science approach to research? Well, we’re going to consider that in the context of some other approaches to […]

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InfoLit in Social Sciences – Module 4 (Animation 3)

InfoLit in Social Sciences – Module 4 (Animation 3)

I think you two should join the “Research Poster Exhibition”, you can present your great work to the broader university community. We haven’t done this before though, any tips on how to design a good poster? Also, any tips on presentation skill?

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Religion: Crash Course Sociology #39

Religion: Crash Course Sociology #39

Religion might not seem like something a sociologist can study. After all, religion is about personal beliefs, right? So, sociology won’t give you any answers about the existence of God, or how many angels can dance on the head of a pin. But sociology can help you think about religion as a social institution. In […]

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BLS Social Sciences Graduate Lindy-Ann Villaroel

BLS Social Sciences Graduate Lindy-Ann Villaroel

>>Hello, my name is Lindy-Ann Villaroel. I am a recent graduate of UNCG. I started off as a communications major. Life happened and I had to switch to online classes, and my advisor at the time told me, you know, “Go to the BLS program in the special sciences,” so I did the social sciences. […]

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Fragmented Media and Social Divides

Fragmented Media and Social Divides

hey everyone we’re going to get started so my name is Marianne Bitler and i’m a professor of economics and the interim director at the Institute for Social Sciences here at UC Davis I’m thrilled to welcome you to our final, fourth ISS Noon Lecture of the quarter these lectures illuminate topical cutting-edge social sciences […]

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Madison Ramey – Social Science Major – SWU Student Testimonial