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Are Economics Majors Anti-Social?
More Time With Mom Has Little to No Effect on Children’s Well-Being
How Manufacturers Make You Think You’re Saving Money When You’re Spending It
From the Mouths of Rapists: The Lyrics of Robin Thicke’s Blurred Lines
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The Problem with Patriotism
Beliefs About Brilliance and the Demography of Academic Fields
Power and the Gaze: What Does Resistance Look Like?
Culture and Privacy: A Sociology of the Shotgun House
Chart of the Week: The Breadth of European Colonization
Why Do the Japanese Draw Themselves as White?
Beyond Bossy or Brilliant: Gender Bias in Student Evaluations
Southern States Lead Nation in Consumption of Gay Porn, But Why?
Just for Fun: No Women On This Panel
Where Americans’ 2014 Tax Dollars Went
The Story of the Shopping Cart
Why Don’t Men Kick Each Other in the Balls?
Just For Fun: The Secret to a Perfect Body…
Who Farts? And Who Cares?
From Manly to Sexy: The History of the High Heel
Children, Chores, and the Gender Pay Gap at Home
Piaget’s Stages of Cognitive Development: Experiments with Kids
The Truth About Gender and Math
Skull Face And The Self-Fulfilling Stereotype
What Accounts for the U.S. Cop Kill Rate? A Case for Guns
The Quinoa Economy
What Do Gun Experts Believe about Guns?
Anita Sarkeesian and the Workings of Power
Where Do Young People Get Knowledge About the Clitoris?
Chart of the Week: Male Nurses Outearn Female Ones Every Which Way
Unkind Architecture: Designing Against the Homeless
“Help, My Eyeball is Bigger than My Wrist!”: Gender Dimorphism in Frozen
1980s Game Show Host Kissing Young Girls
Defining Women’s Oppression: The Burka vs. the Bikini
Sexual Objectification (Part 1): What is It?
Where Do Negative Stereotypes About Feminists Come From?
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Happy Birthday to Emile Durkheim!
A Quarter of College Students Think that Love Brainwashes Women
U.S. Racial/Ethnic Demographics: 1960, Today, and 2050
Gender and the Body Language of Power
Racial Bias and Media Coverage of Violent Crime
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Myth-Making and the “We Can Do It!” Poster
Re-Thinking the Famous Dolce and Gabbana Gang Rape Ad
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Lost in Translation: Tattoos and Cultural Appropriation
Why Lesbians and Gay Men Don’t Share Space
Negative Stereotypes of the Irish