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  • Research Centers at IRiSS | Institute for Research in the Social Sciences
    14 2014 12 00pm 1 30pm IRiSS In The News MacArthur Genius Grant Many congratulations to former IRiSS Faculty Fellow Jennifer Eberhardt for being awarded the 2014 MacArthur Genius Grant Her work targets the predominantly unconscious racial stereotypes that often criminalize African Americans and the consequences that has in institutions and the justice system Read more What menus really say Dan Jurafsky IRiSS Faculty Affiliate is featured in The Atlantic for his new book The Language of Food For this book he analyzed 6500 menus describing 650 000 dishes to reveal the way language in particular the length and complexity of the word or phrase correlates to more expensive dishes and restaurants Read more more Navigation IRiSS Home About Centers and Programs Tools for Researchers Research People Invest in IRiSS Contact Find IRiSS on Social Media American National Election Studies receives 10 million in federal funding The National Science Foundation has awarded 10 23 million to researchers at Stanford and the University of Michigan to conduct a series of surveys on political participation and vote choice in the 2016 presidential election The research is part of a continuing project the American National Election Studies that is the longest political time

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  • American National Election Studies (ANES) 2010-2012 | Institute for Research in the Social Sciences
    Such data are critical because these citizens actions determine election outcomes Recently ANES was awarded 10 million by the NSF to study voter participation and decision making in the 2012 U S presidential election and in the mid term elections of 2010 The University of Michigan Institute for Social Research ISR shares the award with IRiSS Principal Investigators are political science professors Simon Jackman and Gary Segura of Stanford University along with University of Michigan political scientist Vincent Hutchings The ANES is the longest political time series in the world with data from every U S presidential election since Harry Truman s unexpected victory in 1948 An online Guide to Public Opinion and Electoral Behavior www electionstudies org nesguide nesguide htm provides easy access to tables and graphs that display the ebb and flow of public opinion electoral behavior and choice in American politics over time The 2012 study will include customary face to face interviews with national probability samples of eligible voters immediately prior to and following the presidential election The 2012 study will also include large numbers of African Americans and Latinos An internet based pre and post presidential election survey will complement the traditional face to face

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  • IRiSS Center for Computational Social Science | Institute for Research in the Social Sciences
    and useful technologies and social scientists can address important social problems and issues but together they can apply computational techniques to analyze and explain incredibly vast and detailed information on social phenomena in a theoretically informed way which we could not imagine possible in the prior decade We call this interdisciplinary field Computational Social Science CSS In order to serve this demand the Institute for Research in the Social Sciences has a launched a new center in computational social science under the leadership of Professor Dan McFarland The Center s dedicated website can be found at https css center stanford edu Conferences The Center runs conferences to allow the community a chance to network and hear about current research efforts Upcoming conferences can be found at the CCSS Conference Page Summer Workshops IRiSS offers a series of summer workshops for graduate students to learn more about computational tools and applications used in the lab Find more information about this summer s upcoming workshop at CSS Workshops Certificate Program The Center for CSS is also offering a new graduate certificate through which graduate students in the social sciences will have the opportunity to learn and demonstrate computational methods of research More

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  • Centers and Programs | Institute for Research in the Social Sciences
    Grants Major Independent Research Projects National Science Foundation Sponsored Research American National Election Studies ANES Enhancing Diversity in Graduate Education EDGE Postdoctoral Studies of the Great Recession Conference on the Future of Survey Research The Mimir Project Trust Studies Additionally the Institute provides support in the development and administration of grants from foundations and federal agencies Principal investigators from numerous departments and units run grants through the Institute Partnerships Important

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  • Lunch & Learn: Essential Social Science Research Tools - eProtocol | Institute for Research in the Social Sciences
    set of informational workshops for graduate students and others Learn more about research while eating your lunch Dessert provided Speaker Chris Cassinelli eProtocol System Analyst Trainer Chris will be talking about the tips and best practices for using eProtocol Stanford s online portal for completing and submitting IRB SCRO APLAC and APB protocol applications RSVP required Schedule 10 24 2014 12 00pm 1 30pm Location Lucas A Conference Room 134

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  • Lunch & Learn: Essential Social Science Research Tools - Sona Systems | Institute for Research in the Social Sciences
    to learn or brush up on research tools commonly used for social science research at Stanford Dessert provided Sona Systems Sona Systems cloud based software that many labs and researchers use to manage participants for their research studies Learn how to set up studies prescreen participants and manage scheduling for your studies Speaker Carolyn Ybarra Research Experience Program Coordinator IRiSS RSVP required Schedule 11 07 2014 12 00pm 1 30pm

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  • Lunch & Learn: Essential Social Science Research Tools - Data Analysis Software | Institute for Research in the Social Sciences
    more about research while eating your lunch Dessert provided Software for Quantitative and Qualitative Research Speaker Ron Nakao Data Computational Social Science Librarian and Judy Marsh Data Services Specialist Social Science Data Software SSDS Green Library Where on campus can you test out software for quantitative and qualitative data analysis Find out about Stanford s support for SPSS SAS Stata R NVivo and other software RSVP required Schedule 11 14

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  • MacArthur Genius Grant | Institute for Research in the Social Sciences
    for being awarded the 2014 MacArthur Genius Grant Her work targets the predominantly unconscious racial stereotypes that often criminalize African Americans and the consequences that has in institutions and the justice system Read more Navigation IRiSS Home About Centers and

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