sunday morning sociology, unpopular policies edition

Separating immigrant children from their parents is one of the most unpopular policies ever polled. More from John Sides at the Washington Post here.

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.

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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, unpopular policies edition”

  1. “Allowing customers to score their servers means that businesses are evaluating servers based on their customers’ biases. Buzzfeed reports, including quotes from Ifeoma Ajunwa who is working on a book on quantification in the workplace.”

    Huh. That sounds an awful lot like student evaluations of their instructors.

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