Scholars Strategy Network
C. Rob Shorette II
Council on Contemporary Families
Philip N. Cohen, Heidi Hartmann, Jeffrey Hayes, and Chandra Childers
Articles on carrying (and concealing) weapons, on the lessons of Ferguson, and what uprisings in France can teach us about protests in the U.S.
Assembling the most provocative new thinking on politics and political processes.
Suzy McElrath, Ryan Larson
The Editors' Desk
Who gets to go free?
Disturbing Truth at the Oscars
The Imprisoner’s Dilemma
Where People Feel Safe and Where They Are Safe
Estimating How Many Americans the Police Kill Each Year
Jessica Pishko on Mass Incarceration on Trial
Los Angeles Review of Books
How decades of criminal records hold back towns like Ferguson
Erik Kojola, Evan Stewart
The Kids Are All Right (at Least When It Comes to Politics)
Are Adjunct Professors the New Fast-Food Workers?
Capital and Main
Party in the Street: show me the money! — On funding & social movements
The Fate of American Religious Freedom
Religion & Politics
Bringing the Organization Back In: Social Media and Social Movements
Berkeley Journal of Sociology
The Sociological Approach to Politics
The Recipe For A Successful Protest Movement
In These Times
Lisa Gulya, Anne Kaduk, Caty Taborda
There's Research on That
Colleges Need to Think Bigger (and Learn from Public Health Research) to End Campus Rape
Report & Data on Women and Girls Since the Beijing World Conference on Women
NoCeilings.org and The Full Participation Project
Michelle Obama Showing That Women In Girlie Clothes Can Still Lean In
The New York Times
Is Medicine’s Gender Bias Killing Young Women?
UPS Worker’s Pregnancy Discrimination Suit Reinstated by Supreme Court
Will James Become a Girls Name? Trends in Gender and Baby Names
Christian Science Monitor
When Legal Marriage Isn’t Enough for Equality
Gender & Society Blog
Stephen Suh, Neeraj Rajasekar
The Reading List
The SAE Scandal Is Another Example of Plummeting Tolerance for Bigots
Starbucks wants its baristas to talk about race
Why White People Freak Out When They’re Called Out About Race
Is It Time for the Jews to Leave Europe?
Why are white people expats when the rest of us are immigrants?
Are frats ‘a form of American apartheid’?
More Hispanics in U.S. calling themselves Indians
Jacqui Frost, Erin Hoekstra
Girl w/ Pen
Education & Society
New Books in Sociology
The Myth Destroying America: Why Social Mobility is Beyond Ordinary People’s Control
Making Voting Harder Is a Time-Honored American Tradition
Invisible Names and Visible Privileges: The Racialization of Names
There are 13 Countries Where Atheism is Punishable by Death
Silencing “India’s Daughter”
The New Yorker
What We Don’t Mention About Unemployment
The World of Children’s Books is Still Very White
Jack Delehanty, Sarah Catherine Billups
Malls: private but sort-of-public spaces
In Modest Defense of the Listicle
The Immanent Frame
Why God is a Moral Issue
Micheael Ruse - NYT Opinion
Evangelicals care about immigration. So why don’t Republicans?
To Tip or not to tip?
Why the Rich are Stingy
We Are Vexed by Virginity
Syllabus Supplements for Family Inequality
Families As They Really Are
Five Famous Social Scientists and Why They Matter
A Social Media Policy for the Classroom
Todd Beer, Sociology Source
Sample Assigments: SocImages in the Classroom
The SocImages Course Guide for Sociology of Gender
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