From the Archives
António Guterres, the United Nations secretary general, didn’t mince his words when addressing representatives from around the world about climate change. Click here to read Erik Kojola’s Discovery on political parties and opinions towards climate change.
Have a Fantasy Football team? Click here to learn more about women’s participation in Fantasy Sports by Amber Joy Powell.
Worth a Read (Sociologically Speaking)
Dr. Robert Bullard, Father of Environmental Justice, was interviewed by Nature on his decades of work within the environmental justice movement. He shared about his inspiration from DuBois to do “kickass sociology” and the inroads made to fight environmental racism.
Citings & Sightings
Dr. Joshua Murray was featured in The Conversation about the recent United Auto Workers strike. The use of “stand-up” strikes against key plants has a rooted history in union strike strategy and can mitigate effects on workers.
Backstage with TSP
Backstage we are getting new members acclimated and pitching new candidate journal articles to transform into Discoveries. At TSP, all board members “pitch” the latest social science journal publications to the other board members. These pitches may become Discoveries if they are deemed timely, rigorous, and distinctive. Stay tuned for a new arrangement of Discoveries coming your way!
More from our Partners & Community Pages
Contexts has two new pieces to read:
- Joseph Cohen discussed his work with Contexts in the Book Reviews section to connect the public with Sociology’s latest and greatest studies.
- Rin Reczek and Emma Bosley-Smith wrote a new post on their latest book Families We Keep: LGBTQ People and Their Enduring Bonds with Parents, exploring and explaining LGBTQ+ adult’s relationship with their parents.