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The Social World Podcast is a podcast focused on Social Psychology, History, Philosophy, and Political Science. It’s a passion project, a work in progress, and a platform for discussion. The world is a complex social space and I want to break it down. For more info, and more of my own thoughts, visit socialworldpodcast.blogspot.com

The Social World Podcast Jack White

    • Education
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The Social World Podcast is a podcast focused on Social Psychology, History, Philosophy, and Political Science. It’s a passion project, a work in progress, and a platform for discussion. The world is a complex social space and I want to break it down. For more info, and more of my own thoughts, visit socialworldpodcast.blogspot.com

    Season 1 Episode 3- Perspectives, Evidence, and Religion

    Season 1 Episode 3- Perspectives, Evidence, and Religion

    On episode three of the podcast I have on Lee Wandel. Professor Wandel is a historian of Early Modern Europe with a focus on Christianity. We talk about different types of scholarship, religion, and taking unique perspectives when thinking about history. I hope you enjoy today's episode!

    • 40 min
    Season 1 Episode 2 - Avoiding Dogmatism

    Season 1 Episode 2 - Avoiding Dogmatism

    On episode two of the podcast I speak with Josh McAuliffe. Josh is a graduate student and instructor for the sociology department at UW-Madison. In today’s episode we talk about dogmatism, ways to combat it, Pierre Bourdieu’s famous idea of cultural capitol, social constructs and the world we live in, podcasts, and more. Special thank you to Josh for his time and a wonderful conversation. Enjoy!

    • 44 min
    Season 1 Episode 1- Questioning Children

    Season 1 Episode 1- Questioning Children

    Welcome to the Social World Podcast. For my first guest I have Kristin Shutts. Dr. Shutts is a professor of Psychology at UW-Madison and the principle investigator at the Social Kids Lab. In this episode we talk about social biases, categories, and salient cues in children. We also talk about evolutionary psychology, the interplay between cultural problems and psychological problems, and more. I’d like to thank Professor Shutts for her time, and I hope you enjoy the first episode. As the podcast continues I imagine the quality and production will increase, so I appreciate your patience as I learn the world of podcasting

    • 44 min

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