Happy Friday! Whether you’re gearing up for the election, Halloween, or just a nice weekend where a little extra candy intake is likely to go unnoticed, we have some sociology on that. See below for our latest content and stop by for more!
“‘They Out Here Sayin’ for $800:’ SNL’s Most Hilarious and Insightful Skit of the Season,” by Doug Hartmann. “Doug? Are you sure you’re ready to play Black Jeopardy?”
“The Benefits of Reverse Outlines,” by Jack Delehanty. In the second installment of our Teaching Writing series, Jack offers some suggestions for integrating writing instruction with course content by using reverse outlines.
“Women in Law Enforcement,” by Amber Joy Powell. Research on female police officers suggests that they are less likely to use force, but are often expected to do more “emotional labor” than male officers.
“Why All the Trump Allegations are Surfacing at Once,” by Neeraj Rajasekar. Brendan Nyhan tells New York Magazine why women might feel more confident speaking out against Trump now.
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