sunday morning sociology, daylight savings edition

impact of a book
“El Castillo” or, as it’s been circulating on Facebook, “The impact of a book.”

Happy Social Construction of Time Day! Every day is social construction of time day – but today more so than most. This post is a weekly link round-up of sociological work – by sociologists, referencing sociologists, or just of interest to sociologists. Before you go any further, make sure you check out Tressie MC’s appearance on the Daily Show and the coverage of her book in the New York Times! Ok, you did? On to the links!

This week was especially rich for sociologically relevant work, and so I’ll be posting an extra bonus round of links in the comments. Thanks especially to Mike Bader for sending along a selection of great pieces. If you have an idea for something that would fit nicely in this space, send me an email or leave a comment!

The Basics on Universal Basic Incomes

Campus Politics

Knowledge Politics

Algorithms and the New Discrimination

The Political Economy of Business

Sex, Gender, and Feminism(s)

Race, Ethnicity, and Immigration

This Week in Hate – and Resistance

The Business of Education

See you all next Sunday!

Author: Dan Hirschman

I am a sociologist interested in the use of numbers in organizations, markets, and policy. For more info, see here.

One thought on “sunday morning sociology, daylight savings edition”

  1. Etc:

    Addressing gender inequality in tech after the (latest) revelations about Uber:

    Low, but stable; 45’s approval ratings:

    The U.S. faces a shortage of 7.4 million affordable housing units, according to the National Low Income Housing Coalition

    How Attacks on the Administrative State Can Be Attacks on the Most Vulnerable

    Look at neighborhood health in 500 U.S. cities:

    Blame prosecutors, not (just) the drug war for mass incarceration:

    “How to beat the robots” through education. I’m not as optimistic:

    An amazing interactive graphic showcasing how the GOP health care plan helps the rich:

    Why is dentistry separate from medicine? Should it be?


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