You may have seen my recent post about my favorite social science related podcasts. In it I asked readers to tell me about their favorites. One reader, David Roe, pointed me towards one that I had not yet found – the Measure of Everyday Life. It is a production of WNCU Public Radio and is hosted by Brian Southwell. Resilience), he dives into the topic of adverse childhood experiences – not through simply reporting research done on the topic – but by having a conversation with filmmaker James Redford about his recent documentary called Resilience, on the “biology of stress & the science of hope”. I’m an immediate fan – and am grateful for the suggestion from David that I check this one out. I didn’t want to wait to share it with the rest of you. Do you have another favorite that you would like to see reviewed in the future? Submit your favorite in the form below, and look for a future list/compilation of podcasts that are submitted!
Social Science Podcast Review: The Measure of Everyday Life
About the Author
Scott D. Crawford is the Founder and Chief Vision Officer at SoundRocket. He is also often found practicing being a husband, father, entrepreneur, forever-learner, survey methodologist, science writer & advocate, and podcast lover. While he doesn’t believe in reincarnation, he’s certain he was a Great Dane (of the canine type) in a previous life.