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
Study from Work and Occupations article Blurred Boundaries: Gender and Work-Family Interference in Cross-National Context featured in Slate Magazine
Call for Papers: Sociology of Race and Ethnicity, the official journal of ASA’s Section for Racial and Ethnic Minorities
Social Currents, the official journal of The Southern Sociological Society, now at SAGE. Read the first issue here!
Loving Across Racial Divides
Sociologist Amy C. Steinbugler examines the everyday lives of lesbian, gay, and heterosexual black/white couples.
Beyond Test Scores: Middle-Class Mothers, Cultural Capital, and the Evaluation of Urban Public Schools
The pursuit of high-quality schools for their children is one of the main factors motivating middle-class families to exit urban communities. This study draws on interviews with middleclass mothers in Boston who have opted instead to stay in the city to explore how they evaluated their local public elementary schools.
Podcast: Normalizing Sexual Violence: Young Women Account for Harassment and Abuse
Despite high rates of gendered violence among youth, very few young women report these incidents to authority figures. This study moves the discussion from the question of why young women do not report them toward how violence is produced, maintained, and normalized among youth.
A Healthy Bottom Line: Obese Children, a Pacified Public, and Corporate Legitimacy
Corporations rarely prioritize healthy communities over healthy profit margins, but their profits depend on community acceptance. This article reveals that in their quest to be perceived as legitimate citizens, some corporations co-opt the rhetorical tactics typically associated with social movement organizations to frame their profit-maximizing practices as the solution to the problem of childhood obesity.
Podcast: Cuddling and Spooning: Heteromasculinity and Homosocial Tactility among Student-Athletes
This article examines the prevalence of homosocial tactility and the contemporary status and meaning of heteromasculinity among British male youth.
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