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How can data science be used to solve social science problems?

How can data science be harnessed by social sector organisations to address key problems and unriddle overarching social questions? DataKind UK, an organisation that looks at how data can be used for social change and impact, recently held it’s Autumn … Continue reading

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‘Data.gov-in-a-box’ and Obama’s model of open government

‘Data.gov-in-a-box’ Delimiting transparency From European Journal of Social Theory After eight years of an administration that appeared increasingly enamoured by and wedded to secrecy, it is not surprising that Barack Obama invested so heavily in the rhetoric of transparency in … Continue reading

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The Index on Censorship Science debate – Is transparency bad for science? #datadebate

Last week was the launch of the latest issue of Index on Censorship’s award winning magazine. A particularly topical one for us at SAGE this time, as it focusses on Science. Natasha at Index kindly let us repost her summary … Continue reading

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Supporting Effective Communication and Workflows in Social Science Research

A guest post by Bernie Folan, Head of Journals Marketing in London Kindly re-posted with permission from Research Information Magazine. This also appears on socialsciencespace. At the end of 2010, at an event hosted by SAGE and facilitated by the … Continue reading

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