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Who Can I Sample on Amazon Mechanical Turk?

Amazon Mechanical Turk (MTurk) is an online microtasking site commonly used for behavioral research. At the same time, MTurk is an open marketplace. This means that the people who use MTurk as researchers and participants constantly change. An important question behavioral scientists often ask is: who is on MTurk and who can I sample there? […]

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The Anatomy of a Research Recruitment Email

In this guest blog, Andrew Lovett Barron outlines the anatomy of a research recruitment email – a pain point for researchers across disciplines and methods. Andrew is the creator of Knowsi, the winning software tool of the 2020 SAGE Concept Grant. Knowsi is an innovative portal for managing research participant consent. Sign up to Knowsi […]

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Creating visuals that inspire real-time conversation

In June and July MethodSpace will focus on research-oriented careers including career purpose and goals, skills, as well as expected and unexpected transitions. How many conversations have you had this week about something you saw, on TV or happening in front of you? Vision is the primary way we sense and experience our world – […]

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New Podcast Series From NVivo Focuses on Qualitative Methods

A software company that produces a popular product to analyze qualitative data now produces a podcast series that serves the qualitative methods community. NVivo, an arm of the company QSR International, started the Between the Data podcast series in April. In each episode, Stacy Penna, NVivo’s community director, she talks to qualitative researchers to discover […]

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Free Resources to Help Study Structural Racism

While structural racism may be, well, structural, deconstructing and then researching the various faces of racism requires its own unique set of methodologies that are not or may only be newly familiar to many students and scholars. Drawing from the large repository of pedagogic material on the social and behavioral sciences published by SAGE and […]

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How-to: Connecting Grant Funding in USA Spending and Federal RePORTER

Every summer, the Biocomplexity Institute’s Social and Decision Analytics Division’s Data Science for the Public Good (DSPG) Young Scholars program draws university students from around the country to work together on projects that use computational expertise to address critical social issues faced by local, regional, state or federal governments. The students conduct research at the intersection of […]

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