From the President’s Desk: Social Science Has Two Weaknesses

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By Kenneth Prewitt, AAPSS President Calls for the implementation of research echo across higher education,... Read More From the President’s Desk: Social Science Has Two Weaknesses

A Note from Executive Director Tom Kecskemethy: An Opportunity

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To me, some of the most hopeful statistics reported since President Biden’s inauguration have to do with... Read More A Note from Executive Director Tom Kecskemethy: An Opportunity

President’s Corner: Self-Inflicted Wounds

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By Kenneth Prewitt, AAPSS President Driven by a sense of urgency, it is likely that every reader of this note... Read More President’s Corner: Self-Inflicted Wounds

President’s Corner: Obliteration by Incorporation

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Seven decades ago, Robert Merton alerted social scientists that the application of their work in policymaking... Read More President’s Corner: Obliteration by Incorporation

How Social Science Should Study Racial Injustice

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by Kenneth Prewitt Columbia University & President, AAPSS How many social science books, articles,... Read More How Social Science Should Study Racial Injustice

Executive Director Tom Kecskemethy Answers, Why Social Science?

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AAPSS Executive Director Tom Kecskemethy recently provided an answer to the question “Why social... Read More Executive Director Tom Kecskemethy Answers, Why Social Science?

President’s Corner: The Science Policy Landscape

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Robert Merton, in 1949, noted that social scientists “have largely neglected the study of their own... Read More President’s Corner: The Science Policy Landscape

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