The SfAA Community is for applied social scientists interested in sharing information about their interests.
The world is advancing very fast in many spheres living human beings as key players with quite a lot to handle within a limited timeframe. The pressures of everyday life has led to numerous psychological and stress levels that ends up building up and turning to acute mental conditions especially if intervention is not sought early enough. Many people in Dubai, UAE suffer silently not knowing that by consulting with a good therapist in Dubai, they’ll be…Continue
Posted by Kaite Wright on October 6, 2015 at 2:18pm
Posted by Rich Hutchings on September 27, 2015 at 3:18am
Author: Gisele Maynard-Tucker
Center for the Study of Women, UCLA
Gender inequalities, violence between partners, sexual violence on campus, along with the lack of opportunities for women to reach high professional positions except for a privileged few, make me think of the ethnic societies I have been in contact for many years. I have seen that women are universally oppressed by persistent colonial and patriarchal inheritances. In many…Continue
Posted by SfAAadmin on September 20, 2015 at 9:30pm
Posted by Jeremy Wells on September 18, 2015 at 7:48am
Posted by Rich Hutchings on September 12, 2015 at 10:30pm
I am looking for kindred spirits -- academics or practitioners who are using some form of social science research (e.g., ethnography, case studies, surveys, grounded theory, participatory research)…Continue
Started by Jeremy Wells in SfAA General Discussion Forum Sep 30.
CFP: Fieldworker’s Insights on Resettlement: Policy, Service Provision and Home-making The UN reports that at the end of 2014, 59.5 million persons were forcibly displaced, an increase from prior…Continue
Started by Pilapa Esara Carroll in SfAA 2016 Annual Meeting Discussions Sep 24.
I am posting on behalf of ideas42, a behavioral science research and design firm headquartered in NYC, NY. At ideas42, we use insights from psychology and behavioral economics to invent fresh…Continue