Social Psychology Quarterly is the only ASA journal with the good visual and business sense to have a changing photograph on its cover. Now it’s taken this innovation to the next step by sponsoring a vote on the cover for an upcoming issue. My first reaction upon seeing the options was, “Hey, it’s old-school evolutionary psychology [option #2] versus new-school evolutionary psychology [option #1],” but I realize I am largely idiosyncratic within sociology in this respect. My second reaction was “Hey, I wonder if there could be a vote about the semantic vitality of ‘gendered’ as an adjective,” but I realize I am largely idiosyncratic within sociology in this respect as well.
Non sequitur: No Internet in my apartment yet. I am surviving, although I am gaining weight from the place that serves up chocolate-and-peanut-butter malts with free Wi-Fi across the street.