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The Society Pages
The Society Pages (TSP) is an open-access social science project headquartered in the Department of Sociology at the University of Minnesota
The Society Pages
The Society Pages (TSP) is an open-access social science project headquartered in the Department of Sociology at the University of...
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Open access Confidence: 77%
Sociology Confidence: 77%
Social science Confidence: 76%
University of Minnesota Confidence: 72%
TSP (econometrics software) Confidence: 69%
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|Teach with tsp 2019 winner: ıntroduction to sociology trot project|
|Vexed by vaccination refusals (2)|
|How policy promotes parental happiness|
|Quotas, coercion, and contraception (4)|
|Love me tinder, love me sweet (3)|
|Cut the turkey and run (2)|
|Definitive evidence that anti-ageism interventions work|
|The minnesota population center|
|Tsp community pages|
|Astrology fatigue? blame the feeds, not (just) your friends|
|The pox of vox: the spread of far-right populism in spain|
|Here are all the examples of bolivian coup being censored on twitter|
|Voting ‘present’: ılhan omar’s disheartening response to the problem of genocide|
|The camera, my therapist (2)|
|Crowdsourced fact-checking doesn’t work for microtargeted ınformation|
|“daddy, who was franco?” the grave of the dictator and spain’s memory problem|
|Reflections on cambodia: the biannual ıags conference in phnom penh|
|4th level heading|
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