Social Sciences Week (SSW) is an opportunity for social scientists to engage non-academic audiences with cutting edge social science research, to showcase the diversity and relevance of social science. It will include interactive community and school-based events, bringing the social sciences to life, particularly for the next generation of university students, social scientists and citizens. TASA president, Dan Woodman, is the Chair of the SSW committee. TASA and some TASA thematic groups are hosting events during SSW. Three of those events are listed below. More information will be available soon.
- Why are Australian Men so prone to loneliness? And what we are going to do about it?
- Public Lecture – AI IS NOT WHAT YOU THINK: Everyday Life and the Digital Revolution
- The Beaumont Children: investigations and implications of cold-cases
- Symposium: Migration, Social Inclusion and the Multicultural City
- Symposium: Online Cultures, Digital Society: New Frontiers in Sociological Research