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Find below the latest vacancies within Amsterdam Social Science Program Liaison (position directed towards the VU) Being the main contact person for each graduate school administration (VU).Being the face of the journal to students and professors, embedded in each program (VU).Creating and maintaining a calendar of all graduate school events and important dates.Closely cooperate with Program Liaison/UvA. Due to the… Read more →
Got an article or essay burning for attention? We want to publish your work! Submit your paper for peer-review, receive great feedback, and get your research or essay published. Amsterdam Social Science is also constantly looking for new contributors of blog posts. The blog is open to a wide range of texts pertaining to all (sub)fields of social science. Browse around the… Read more →
By Davide Dusi Participative web and user-generated content as research fields are central topics within the contemporary internet debate. In this paper, I describe an action-research on low-digital-literate members of a voluntary association engaged in a collaborative storytelling project to support the Paediatric Oncology Department of the GB Rossi Hospital in Verona, Italy. The association members were facilitated by the… Read more →
By Jason Chalmers In recent decades, ‘the Holocaust’ has become a free- floating symbolic signifier that can be applied to a variety of subjects regardless of their (dis)similarity to the Nazi persecution of European Jewry. This means that, while the ostensible purpose of Holocaust commemoration is to honour the dead, a community’s decision to remember the Holocaust is compelled by… Read more →
To access the complete Amsterdam Social Science Journal Volume 7 Issue 1 click here Preface by Ina Rüber The familiar reader of Amsterdam Social Science would know that in each issue we seek to encourage interdisciplinarity and provide a stage for young and devoted researchers. In this issue, we invite our old and new curious readers to join in and… Read more →