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A brief history of women’s access to higher education — Margaret Levi at The Interval (02017)

A brief history of women’s access to higher education — Margaret Levi at The Interval (02017)

The next step forward is really with liberal arts and graduate education which are 19th century creations largely. There’s greater inclusion. There’s breadth. But also specialization. This is the era of the classic education. Where every young man of a certain class had to learn Greek and Latin, but also natural science and philosophy. But […]

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The Tomorrow Makers – Social Sciences

The Tomorrow Makers – Social Sciences

There is nowhere else that offers this type of course the Extended Social Sciences, and I’ve had a couple of visits to this University and it didn’t feel like an intimidating place to be. The course is prepared as an a lot of “raise”, and has lot of opportunities – volunteer opportunities. It opened new […]

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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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Statistical Methodology in the Social Sciences 2017: Session 2

Statistical Methodology in the Social Sciences 2017: Session 2

In the current session we have Gulat, who’s just arrived and works in Ag and Resource Economics and then the next speaker Takuya is here from Economics. So without any further ado, let’s start.>>Thank you for the introduction. I would like to present a joint work with [INAUDIBLE] from Columbia University and myself today. This […]

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InfoLit in Social Sciences – Module 4 (Animation 6)

InfoLit in Social Sciences – Module 4 (Animation 6)

I think we can submit our report to this “Student Newspaper” to raise people’s attention to the elderly problems in Hong Kong. Great idea! Look at that! ”Editorial Guidelines”. What’s that? I don’t know. Why don’t you give a call to the editor and ask for details. Hello! Student Newspaper. What can I help you? […]

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InfoLit in Social Sciences – Module 2 (Animation 4)

InfoLit in Social Sciences – Module 2 (Animation 4)

So we’ve covered the academic sources? Yeah! but still something are missing? Such as? Maybe reports written by non-government organizations and experts Oh yes! But is it hard to find though? Not really. Let’s try to use Google! But we did try google and the results were just too many! This time we can use […]

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Chinese Research Perspectives Online

Chinese Research Perspectives Online

In this online demo, I’ll give you an introductory tour of the Chinese Research Perspectives Online. But first, let me give you some background information on the product. This online resource presents volumes from the former Chinese Academy of Social Sciences Yearbook series and the new Chinese Research Perspectives book series, in an XML, full-text […]

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Social & Policy Sciences: Eszter, Adam and Rebecca’s story

Social & Policy Sciences: Eszter, Adam and Rebecca’s story

If you don’t study it, you can’t understand it and if you can’t understand it you can’t change it. This is an enormously wealthy country. Our issue, our concern is with how the inequalities arise such that a significant proportion of the population are having to live in circumstances that the rest certainly wouldn’t wish […]

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Activities at the Sciences Po Summer School

Activities at the Sciences Po Summer School

I love the boat river cruise that was the second day we were in the city and the first time we were with Sciences Po students and the one hour of the cruise was an icebreaker you got to know you got your highlights of the city and you got to meet new people from […]

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InfoLit in Social Sciences – Module 3 (Animation 1)

InfoLit in Social Sciences – Module 3 (Animation 1)

Scholarly resources such as academic journals usually have editorial boards composed with subject-experts to verify all the information before publication. Trusted mass media such as newspapers, broadcast news programmes, in the same sense, have to be reviewed by the editor before going into print or on air. However, information available on the internet, is not […]

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