Posts Tagged ‘and social science’

Archived Webinar: Elections in America

What is the future of American political parties as we known them? Do Americans even care about the candidates’ positions? Do campaign visits and television ads really turn the dial in voting. Political scientists Larry Bartels, Lynn Vavreck and Gary Jacobsen — address these and other questions about the current presidential election in this archived webinar.

Moynihan Lecture: Follow the Evidence, Not the Ideology

Isabel Sawhill and Ron Haskins, says a colleague, ‘have forged a unique and powerful intellectual partnership at Brookings, founding and then elevating the Center on Children and Families and producing world-class work on families, poverty, opportunity, evidence, parenting, work, education, and plenty more besides.’ Watch their Moynihan Lecture here..

China’s Xi: More Social Science, But With More Socialism

Chinese President Xi Jinping stressed the primacy of philosophy and social science in building a strong China, but he also said the disciplines must retain and enhance ‘Chinese characteristics’ like Marxism in the process.

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