Social Sciences

What do people do? What decisions do we make about how we work, form our families, pass our leisure, live our lives? How do we, individually or en masse, shape the society that we live in? The statistics of society can tell us.

How to measure democracy

  • Author: Andrew McCulloch
  • Published: May 21, 2014 in Web Exclusive Articles

Is the UK shunned at Eurovision?

  • Author: Gianluca Baio & Marta Blangiardo
  • Published: May 08, 2014 in Web Exclusive Articles

Deterrence and the death penalty: Why the statistics should be ignored

Data and the law: Beyond the sweat of the brow: Who owns published data? And what is data?

Gun law and crime

Justice is a full cooked breakfast with trimmings

Joined up justice: Understanding the links between employment, benefits and offending

Should affirmative action be replaced with random selection?

  • Author: Michael A. Lewis
  • Published: May 01, 2014 in Web Exclusive Articles

Can you raise young people’s aspirations to go to university?

  • Author: Andrew McCulloch
  • Published: Apr 22, 2014 in Web Exclusive Articles

Is pop music eating itself?

  • Author: Oz Flanagan
  • Published: Apr 18, 2014 in Web Exclusive Articles
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