Launch of Making the Case for the Social Sciences in Wales
Wednesday 25th November, 2015, 12pm – 2pm, Pierhead Building, Cardiff Bay.
The Launch of the Academy of Social Sciences (ACSS) publication ‘Making the Case for the Social Sciences 10: Wales’ will be held in the Pierhead Building, Cardiff Bay on Wednesday 25th November 2015.
The document “Making the Case for the Social Sciences: Wales” is the tenth in a series of publications that form part of the Academy of Social Sciences’ campaign for social science and focuses on Welsh social science research.
Among the topics covered in the publication are: public opinion and Welsh devolution; preventing teenagers taking up smoking; enhancing the capacity to act and democratic accountability of parish, town and community councils; and human rights of children and young people in Wales.
It has been prepared in collaboration with two of Wales’ leading social science research centres: the Wales Institute of Social and Economic Research, Data and Methods (WISERD) and the Research Institute for Applied Social Sciences (RIASS).
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