Monthly Archives: December 2013

Weekly summary about research on Social Sciences (December, 21st 2013)

This week I recommend the following posts and papers:

1. SHERPA/RoMEO. This post is about the tool SHERPA/RoMEO, launched by the University of Nottingham in the United Kingdom, which allow us to find out how to legally host your own papers. Link

2. Absolutely Maybe. This post is about statistical significance and its part in science […]

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The natural condition of mankind by Thomas Hobbes

Today, I’m going to post ones of the most extraordinary paragraphs by Thomas Hobbes (Leviathan) I’ve read in my life:
Nature has made men so equal in the faculties of body and mind as that, though there be found one man sometimes manifestly stronger in body or of quicker mind than another, yet when all […]

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Weekly summary about research on Social Sciences (December, 13th 2013)

This week I ONLY recommend the following post:

1. Academic work flows. This post is fantastic. The author explains the workflow in an academic research from several software (almost all in MAC OSX and iOS operating systems). Link

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Weekly summary about research on Social Sciences (December, 6th 2013)

This week I recommend the following posts and papers:

1. Organising your research. A post about how to use DevonThink (a software) to organize your research and the rest of your life. Perfect post for disorganized people. Link

2. On the future of the textbook. The latest issue of Technological Innovations in Statistics Education is focused […]

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PhD Dissertation: International Project Teams as Innovation Hubs: Power and Politics in the Knowledge Change Process

Last week I was on a dissertation evaluating the work entitled “International Project Teams as Innovation Hubs: Power and Politics in the Knowledge Change Process” of the PhD Candidate Luciano Marques de Araújo, whose supervisor has been the Professor Jose M Sallan (Universitat Politècnica de Catalunya).

The aim of this thesis is to understand how […]

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