Hello everyone! Here’s a look at what TSP has been up to this week.
“Thoughts on immigration policy and race,” by Doug Hartmann, on the 50th anniversary of the 1965 Immigration and Nationality Act.
“Corporate Deviance” Ryan Larson and Amber Powell look at what Volkswagen can teach us about how organizations decide to cheat the system.
“Catholic Culture and the Papal Politics of Social Justice” by Jack Delehanty. The Papal visit highlights long-standing political divides in the Catholic Church.
“The Influential Yet Forgotten Filipino DJs Of The Bay Area” by Eamon Whalen. Oliver Wang recaps his dissertation work for Vice.
From Our Partners:
“Black in Black Rock City.” Steven Thrasher explores race at Burning Man.
And a Few From the Community Pages:
- Sociological Images on American gun laws and the tragedy of the false negative
- Cyborgology talks bad news on Facebook.
- Families As They Really Are looks at the new U.S. Department of Education college scorecard
- Sociology Lens looks at race and the politics of natural hair.