sunday morning sociology, bye bye paris edition

 

McDonalds Minimum Wage fig61.png
Whatever minimum wage is in a given country, McDonald’s pays just more than that.

A weekly link round-up of sociological work – work by sociologists, referencing sociologists, or just of interest to sociologists. This scatterplot feature is co-produced with Mike Bader.

This week, we mourn all sorts of things, not the least of which is US leadership (or at least, followership) on combating global climate change. Please post your favorite discussions of the events, especially by social scientists, in the comments.

Gender and Sexuality

Race

Class

Crime

Work

The Micro and Macro Politics of Knowledge

Political Sociology

Technology

Author: Dan Hirschman

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

2 thoughts on “sunday morning sociology, bye bye paris edition”

  1. The claim of gender bias in political science publishing was based on the percentage of women as authors of articles in top political science journals being lower than percentages of women in political science. However, as I review here, the data that I am aware of indicates that political science journal acceptance rates are roughly the same as or higher than submission rates for articles with a female author/co-author/lead author. It’s worth wondering why the Monkey Cage post didn’t mention these data on acceptance rates and submission rates, especially given that some of these data were discussed by the authors of the Monkey Cage post in their corresponding article (p. 442-3).

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