New and Noteworthy

Board member Mason Jones covered research from Sarah Adeyinka-Skold on how location limits the options of college-educated women dating online, with women of color facing particular challenges finding potential partners that shared their educational and racial background.

Citings and Sightings

Erin Cech wrote for the Atlantic on her research on the “passion principle,” the idea that you love your job, ignores the structural conditions that both place some workers at financial risk and make work feel like drudgery.

Backstage with TSP

This week we were excited to launch a new video format, created by board member Isabel Arriagada. This format pairs summaries of TSP pieces with video imagery in a short and accessible way. This video comes just in time for Thanksgiving, covering research on conflict and family meals. We look forward to seeing where this format takes us, and encourage you to take a watch and share the video on social media if you feel so inclined.

More from Our Partners and Community Pages

We shared our piece on inequality and access to mental health care services over at the World Suffering blog.

The Council on Contemporary Families’ blog reposted Tony Silva’s piece from The Conversation on why some straight men have sex with other men, emphasizing the distinctions between sexual identity and sexual behavior.

Mr. Jones: Bringing the Horrors of the Holodomor to the Screen at the Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies’ blog.

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