2 edition of Promoting social science collaboration between the UK and Japan found in the catalog.
Promoting social science collaboration between the UK and Japan
Chris W. Clegg
by Institute of Work Psychology, University of Sheffield in Sheffield
Written in English
|Statement||by Chris Clegg and Sally Maitlis.|
|Contributions||Maitlis, Sally., Economic and Social Research Council.|
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While it is generally assumed that international collaboration enhances the quality of research, this phenomenon is not well examined. Stem cell research is unique in that it is both politically charged and a research Cited by: University of Kent Abstract The collaboration between universities and the industry is increasingly perceived as a vehicle to enhance innovation through knowledge exchange.
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Third, we were interested in understanding how an international project on science learning might open new windows onto children’s social and cognitive development in cross-cultural contexts.Social science–environmental health collaborations have worked to address this by increasing the amount of report back to research participants, leading to more sound data and the development of more democratic public policies that advance environmental literacy (Brody et al.
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