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International Conference on #Social_Sciences & #Interdisciplinary_Studies, August 7-8, 2017 London, UK.

See more: http://socialsciences.conferenceseries.com/

Theme: "Integrating Social Sciences & #Medicine for better understanding Communities & #Health".

Mail Us: socialsciences@healthconferences.org
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Is your organization being sabotaged?

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Is social interaction different in anonymous networks? The #freenet trust relationship data might prove useful: http://draketo.de/english/freenet/social-graph-snapshot

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A valuable reference to help practising researchers not only to understand but also to apply innovative approaches to social work research.

Featuring extended case studies of actual research projects, the book provides an overview of a number of central features and qualities of social work research. It incorporates both distinctive methodological features, such as approaches to participatory inquiry, and provides accounts of researcher strategies to address particular challenges, such as carrying out studies with hard to reach populations. This book combines important methodological insights with pragmatic guidance on commonly experienced problems and how these challenges can be overcome.

This is a key resource for social work and social care students, social work practitioners and academics engaged in research.

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Why do cities look like neurons?
It's no coincidence. It's the constructal law in action.

Learn more about the recurring patterns in nature:
http://www.mindmedley.com/portfolio/design-in-nature-adrian-bejan-and-peder-zane/
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Why Hierarchies are Natural, and Inevitable.

"One of the most powerful insights born from the constructal law is that social systems are natural designs that emerge and evolve to facilitate flow of the currents they represent on the landscape. 

The river basin uses its rivulets, streams, and main channels to move water from the plain to the river mouth just as surely as our respiratory system uses tiny alveoli, bronchial tubes, and the trachea to bathe our lungs with oxygen. CEOs use managers and workers to create their company’s products and spread them to their distributors and customers, just as presidents, prime ministers, and dictators use advisers and countless bureaucrats to develop and spread their policies across the land. The main channels may facilitate wider, faster flows than the smaller ones, but all are necessary to bath the entire area with the current."

Read more: http://www.mindmedley.com/blog/why-hierarchies-are-natural-and-inevitable/

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New presentation on gamification. You can view, download, and share the slides here.
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