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T-shirts and tumblers: Caste, dependency and work under neoliberalisation in south India
This article explores the variegated nature of processes of neoliberalisation and their diverse impacts on relations of caste and dependency in rural India.
Kindergarten Black–White Test Score Gaps: Re-examining the Roles of Socioeconomic Status and School Quality with New Data
Black–white test score gaps form in early childhood and widen over elementary school. Sociologists have debated the roles that socioeconomic status (SES) and school quality play in explaining these patterns. This study replicates and extends past research using new nationally representative data from the Early Childhood Longitudinal Study–Kindergarten Class of 2010–2011.
Police Mothers at Home: Police Work and Danger-Protection Parenting Practices
Guided by critical theorizing on the gendered nature of the police culture and domestic labor, 16 police officer mothers in Ontario, Canada, were interviewed. Our qualitative analyses explore their experiences of the “lion’s share” of domestic labor; the organizational, cultural, and operational features of policing; and the challenges of child care, and examine how these combine to foster particular stresses.
“Personal Preference” as the New Racism: Gay Desire and Racial Cleansing in Cyberspace
In this article, the author examines how race impacts online interactions on one of the most popular online gay personal websites in the United States.
From Ferguson to France
Jean Beaman compares the conditions that led to 2005 uprisings in French banlieues and 2014 protests in cities across the U.S.
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