Featured NewsThe ANNALS of the AAPSS article featured on Social Science Space: The Perverse Results of Performance Funding for Universities
AERA Open, a new education open access scholarly journal, is now accepting submissions! @AERA_EdResearchSpecial Issue: Social Psychology and Culture: Advancing ConnectionsWork and Occupations article “From the Shop Floor to the Kitchen Floor: Maternal Occupational Complexity and Children’s Reading and Math Skills” selected as one of five finalists in the international competition for the 2013 Rosabeth Kanter Award
Gender & Society study, Normalizing Sexual Violence: Young Women Account for Harassment and Abuse, featured on MSNBC
Robert Rotberg, Special Editor of the ANNALS March volume, Strengthening Governance in South Africa: Building on Mandela's Legacy, speaks on South Africa’s need for strengthened political leadership
The Joy of Cooking?
Cooking is at times joyful, but it is also filled with time pressures, tradeoffs designed to save money, and the burden of pleasing others.
#Rethinkpink: Moving beyond Breast Cancer Awareness SWS Distinguished Feminist Lecture
Tenacious activists and a growing number of citizens, though divergent in the problems they tackle and methods they use, share a critical stance that fosters new thinking about breast cancer and calls for transparency, accountability, and alternatives to the pink ribbon.
Staking Territory in the “World White Web”: An Exploration of the Roles of Overt and Color-Blind Racism in Maintaining Racial Boundaries on a Popular Web Site
2,000 Youtube comments support claim that the Web offers easier access and greater power to white users than users of color. Findings suggest overt racism & color-blind racism play roles in maintaining white spaces online.
Falling Behind? Children’s Early Grade Retention after Paternal Incarceration
In this article, we use data from the Fragile Families and ChildWellbeing Study to provide the first estimates of the relationship between paternal incarceration and children’s grade retention in elementary school.
Dirty Jobs, Done Dirt Cheap: Working in Reality Television
While the emergence of reality television has been driven on the supply side by a straightforward search for cheap and fast production, something altogether more contorted seems to be driving demand. What many of these shows dramatize is the demoralizing experience of neoliberalism itself.
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