Happy Friday everyone! This week we’ve got timely pieces on private schooling, immigration policy, fearmongering, and more. So read on if you’re looking for a little sociological perspective.
“School Choice and Social Inequality,” by Evan Stewart and Neeraj Rajasekar. Social science comparing private and public approaches to schooling finds distinct benefits of public schools and questions whether more choice in schooling really helps everyone.
From Our Partners:
“How Many Deaths? The High Rate of Bereavement among Black Americans,” by Megan Peterson.
And a Few from the Community Pages:
- Sociological Images talks problems with “femvertising” and shares new data on the motivations of Women’s March participants.
- Engaging Sports shows how Trump’s travel ban affects athletes.
- Center for Holocaut and Genocide Studies explores the representation of Native Americans in art displayed at the Minnesota State Capitol.