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The Ways We Do Scientific Research Have Evolved. But Social Science?
"In contrast, the social sciences have stagnated. They offer essentially the same set of academic departments and disciplines that they have for nearly 100 years: sociology, economics, anthropology, psychology and political science. This is not only boring but also counterproductive, constraining engagement with the scientific cutting edge and stifling the creation of new and useful knowledge." The New York Times 07/21/13
Posted July 22, 2013 06:06 AM
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