- Jun 2020
Chatterjee, A., & Chatterjee, A. (2020). Managing through uncertain times: A study to understand the effects of conducting socio-academic life online during COVID-19 [Preprint]. PsyArXiv. https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/zjaey
- social science
- social distancing
- social responsibility
- social isolation
- online school
- behavioral science
- May 2020
Bode, L., & Vraga, E. (2020 May 7). Analysis | Americans are fighting coronavirus misinformation on social media. Washington Post.https://www.washingtonpost.com/politics/2020/05/07/americans-are-fighting-coronavirus-misinformation-social-media/
- digital literacy
- observational correction
- older people
- social media
- reducing misperception
- information sharing
Orange, R. (2020, May 24). Sweden “wrong” not to shut down, says former state epidemiologist. The Observer. https://www.theguardian.com/world/2020/may/24/sweden-wrong-not-to-shut-down-says-former-state-epidemiologist
Nekmat, E. & Yue, A. (2020 May 01)How to fight the spread of COVID-19 disinformation. World Economic Forum. https://www.weforum.org/agenda/2020/05/how-to-fight-the-covid-19-infodemic-lessons-from-3-asian-countries/
- social responsibility
- South Korea
Alvis, L., Shook, N., & Oosterhoff, B. (2020, May 7). Adolescents’ Prosocial Experiences During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Associations with Mental Health and Community Attachments. https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/2s73n
- Nov 2015
In Jakarta, for example, largechunks of the urban core were cleared of itspoorer residents, replaced with new commer-cial and residential buildings that now, after adecade or so, are being deemed obsolete orstructurally deficient even when they wereimplanted as an instrument of completionor permanence.
Trends? Realization of how they got rid of the poorer residents?
- Sep 2015
The dispersal of these people in Brady's is not random, and where people choose to sit or stand in Brady's is closely related to their sex and status in the Brady social hierarchy.
Clearly, Brady's Bar is only for a select group of people who enjoy being in that atmosphere that focuses on "social hierarchy".. If we're still forming perceptions and making judgments on how we serve customers (and treat co-workers) based off of gender and status.. are we really doing our jobs as socially responsible citizens to improve our society for everyone's benefit?