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Facebook Influence Among Incoming College Freshmen: Sticky Cues and Alcohol
Alcohol displays on Facebook are ever present and can be socially desirable for college students. Because problematic drinking is a concern for college students, this research sought to understand how different types of information on a Facebook page influence first year college student likelihood to drink.
Discovering Race in a “Post-Racial” World
Teaching students about race remains a challenging task for instructors, made even more difficult in the context of a growing “post-racial” discourse. Given this challenge, it is important for instructors to find engaging ways to help students understand the continuing significance of race and racial/ethnic inequality.
Public Opinion, the Courts, and Same-sex Marriage: Four Lessons Learned
In this brief article, we examine some additional arguments raised in the same-sex marriage debate by turning to a source that is perhaps unlikely—public opinion data.
Islamic Traditions of Modernity Gender, Class, and Islam in a Transnational Women’s Education Project
Based on ethnographic data collected from women teachers from rural and low-income communities of Pakistan, the article shows how being a parhi likhi (educated) woman implies acquiring a privileged subject position making claims to middle-class and Islamic morality, and engaging in specific struggles within, rather than against, the institutions of family, community, and Islam.
Theorizing Ethnic and Racial Movements in the Global Age
In this essay, we reflect on the history and legacies of the U.S. Civil Rights Movement and suggest avenues of future research of interest to scholars of ethnic and racial movements.
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