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MA Social Work at Cardiff University: Kerry’s Story

Up until 2008 I was an Operations Director for quite a large company, UK-wide, until unfortunately my mum passed away in 2008 in the June and things changed quite dramatically. Initially, my dad went into a nursing home. My dad had MS and Parkinson’s so he needed a lot of support. I made the decision […]

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Passionate About People? Study Social Science

Passionate About People? Study Social Science

I’m Alfred Koech, a student here at ECU, originally from Kenya and I am pursuing a Bachelors of Social Science. I chose Social Science because I am passionate in working with people. Social Science is a broad spectrum and you get to learn a lot of things, and for now I’ve learned a lot of […]

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Teaching Geography Using Circular Cutouts | TLM for Social Science

Teaching Geography Using Circular Cutouts | TLM for Social Science

Hi. This is one lesson I use to teach geography to my kindergarten students. What I did was, I took six sheets of paper. One, two, three, four, five, six. They’re just circles, and they get smaller and smaller. Or larger and larger, whichever way you want to read it. The first one is “My […]

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UCD College of Social Sciences and Law Graduate Open Day 2018

UCD College of Social Sciences and Law Graduate Open Day 2018

I think first and foremost that education is really a personal voyage of discovery. For every student I think the reasons for choosing postgraduate study will be different. But really it’s about what your goals are in life and what your interests are in terms of your subject field. We’re always evolving to provide more […]

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Preparing for Course Enrolment: SOCIAL SCIENCE & HUMANITIES

Preparing for Course Enrolment: SOCIAL SCIENCE & HUMANITIES

Hi, my name is Chantel, I’m a political science specialist and a philosophy minor. Hi guys, my name is Maeve and I’m studying sociology, Canadian studies and history and here are some tips and tricks that have helped us during our course enrolment. I think it’s really helpful to make multiple time tables cause you […]

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What is Social Network Analysis?

What is Social Network Analysis? You’ve heard of social networks before from the online versions like Facebook and Twitter to the more traditional social networks of people in a fraternity or in a small town. You’ve probably also heard about some of the interesting things you can learn about these networks when you analyze them, […]

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CHASS: At Home in the World

CHASS: At Home in the World

(upbeat music) – Welcome to the College of Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences, better known as CHASS. We’re the largest college here at UC Riverside, with over 25 departments and centers and over 11,000 students. You’ll find CHASS in 15 different buildings on campus, as well as downtown Riverside at three art galleries, and all […]

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Statistical Methodology in the Social Sciences 2016: Session 3

Statistical Methodology in the Social Sciences 2016: Session 3

As long as we can hear you. Now. >>So thank you, Professor Cameron, for that kind introduction and thank you to all of you for coming. It is quite an honor to have been invited to this conference, and it is an honor to be here. So my name is Cynthia Lin Lawell, I am […]

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Wednesday’s child: poverty and inequality (Seven days of social science research)

Wednesday’s child: poverty and inequality (Seven days of social science research)

I’m Stephen Jenkins. I work at the London School of Economics, where I am Professor of economic and social policy. My area of research is broadly speaking the income distribution, how that interrelates with the labour market, with taxes and benefits. One way of thinking about the income distribution, the range of incomes from the […]

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Thursday’s child: Migration (Seven days of social science research)

Thursday’s child: Migration (Seven days of social science research)

Excuse me. I am a researcher from Oxford. I’m doing a study on how people think about immigration. Do you mind… Ooh – no. Don’t go there. My name’s Scott Blinder and my research focuses on attitudes to immigration and integration issues among the British public. For half a century now, opinion polls have consistently […]

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