Hello and happy Friday all. This week we’ve got some great new pieces on the geography of punishment, the perennial disappointments of professional sports fans, and five viewpoints on whitewashing the working class.
“How Geography Structures Punishment,” by Veronica Horowitz. Reflecting on the new public tool “Measures for Justice,” we look at the importance of geography in structuring disadvantage and procedural justice.
“Coping Strategies Among Undocumented Young Adults,” by Amber Joy Powell. New research in Social Problems finds that networking with peers of similar legal statuses may help empower young undocumented adults to develop positive coping strategies.
From Our Partners:
- Culture Trumps Class by Robert B. Horwitz
- Hate the Game by Victor Tan Chen
- White Lives Matter? by Matthew W. Hughey
- Anti-Institutionalism and Political Rebellion by Jason Eastman
- The Grievances of the White Working Class by Katherine J. Cramer
“Photographs of the Mind,” by Mark Andres.
“Revisit: Yo! Is this the author of This Chair Rocks?,” by Molly McNulty.
And a Few from the Community Pages:
- The Center for Holocaust and Genocide Studies rethinks Holocaust art and contemporary responses.
- Engaging Sports argues professional sports fans will always be disappointed.
- Sociological Images asks if it’s ethical to give your child ‘every advantage’.
- Cyborgology talks non-consensual pornography and bodily integrity.