Since last we met…
“Caitlyn Jenner: Public Opinion, Celebrity Status, and Identity,” by Sarah Catherine Billups and Caty Taborda.
“Marriage, Inequality, and Bureaucracy: The Devil’s in the DMV?” by Evan Stewart.
“SSN on SCOTUS Health Care Decision,” by Doug Hartmann.
“Not So Different: Color-Blindness and Diversity,” by Stephen Suh.
“More Glass Cliffs,” by Caty Taborda.
“Tweeting Down the Confederate Flag,” by Jack Delehanty.
“Choosing a Major: Dollars and Sense?” by Sarah Catherine Billups and Neeraj Rajasekar.
“An Incremental Fight for $15,” by Neeraj Rajasekar.
“Lisa Cacho on Social Death and the Racialized Construction of Criminals,” with Stephen Suh.
“Douglas Hartmann on Ethnography in Light of Goffman,” with Kyle Green.
“Daniel Winchester on Ethnography and Religious Conversion,” with Kyle Green.
“Contexts’ Symposium: After Marriage Equality,” by Phil Cohen, Syed Ali, Andrew J. Cherlin, Suzanna Danuta Walters, Steven W. Thrasher, Wendy Manning, Joshua Gamson, Georgiann Davis, Gary J. Gates, Megan Carroll, Melanie Heath, Tina Fetner, Michael Yarborough, and David S. Meyer.
“What Do Americans Think about Climate Change at the State and Local Level?” by Peter D. Howe, Matto Mildenberger, and Jennifer R. Marlon.
“The Challenge of Achieving Environmental Protection for All,” by David Konisky.
“First Comes Love, Then Comes… Housework?” by Arielle Kuperberg.
“Dating Partners Don’t Always Prefer “Their Own Kind”: Some Multiracial Daters Get Bonus Points in the Dating Game,” Celeste Curington, Ken-Hou Lin, and Jennifer Lundquist.
A Few from the Community Pages
- Sociological Images on American gun ownership, OK Cupid data, and “American Parties” overseas.
- Families As They Really Are on keeping the B in LGBTQ pride.
- Dispatches from a New Dean on the importance of the social sciences.
- Cyborgology on Tweeting critical race theory and trying to wrangle Reddit.