Greetings, social science fans! This week you’ll find social science research on how students benefit from after-school programs, changing family vacation norms, and reflections on the social impact of global population change.
“How Students Benefit from After-School Programs,” by Neeraj Rajasekar. We revisit research demonstrating that students do benefit from after-school programs.
“When the World Stops Growing,” by Neeraj Rajasekar. The Atlantic talks with sociologist Parfait Eloundou-Enyegue about how population changes may affect family structures.
“Family Matters,” by Evan Stewart.
“Won’t You Be My (Vacation) Neighbor? Second Homeowners and Changing Family Vacation Norms in the Sharing Economy,” by Michelle Janning.
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