Sociology Archive

Edna Chun, Columbia University – Systemic Racism

Systemic racism hasn’t always been in the news. Edna Chun, lecturer at Columbia University, explores this

Jessica West, Duke University – Stress Spillover in Marriage Due to Hearing Loss

Hearing loss in a partner can affect one sex more than the other. Jessica West, PhD

Katrina Hoop, Saint Joseph’s College – The Sociological Imagination, Students’ Lives-As-Text, and Teaching During a Pandemic

COVID-19 is an invitation to think more sociologically. Katrina Hoop, associate professor of sociology at St.

Deborah Archer, New York University – Racial Inequality

On New York University Week:  Racial discrimination can be hidden in less visible places. Deborah Archer,

Elizabeth Daniels, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs – Do Media and Body Image Create an Early Exit for Middle School Girls?

On University of Colorado, Colorado Springs Week:  Does body image create an early exit for middle

Greg Fulkerson, SUNY Oneonta – Urbanization, Urban Dependency, and Urbanormativity

On SUNY Oneonta Sustainability Week: The world is getting more and more urban. Greg Fulkerson, associate

Amanda Miller, University of Indianapolis – Marriage

A wedding is one thing, the marriage is another. Amanda Miller, associate professor of sociology at

Dominik Guess, University of North Florida – Patience Across Cultures

The meaning of patience is not consistent across cultures. C. Dominik Guess, professor of psychology at

Tom Mould, Butler University – Welfare and the American Dream

On Butler University Week: Stories can have a big impact on all areas of life. Tom

Scott Melzer, Albion College – Manhood

The ideals of manhood are changing. Scott Melzer, professor of sociology at Albion College, discusses four