sunday morning sociology, blogging about blogs edition

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In “Getting Educated about Working Class Whites,” Nathan Lauster analyzes ANES data and finds that income now has a very weak relationship to vote preference once you control for education.

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 features many links to other great blogs. Rumors of the death of blogs are greatly exaggerated!

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sunday morning sociology, march for science(!) edition

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Feminist technoscientists March for Science in Ann Arbor. Signs by Katie Wataha.

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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sunday morning sociology, gender special edition

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Last week’s hubbub over GSS data and the gender attitudes of “kids these days” may have obscured some of the more complicated trends found by Pepin and Cotter, like the above. Check out the rest of the CCF symposium 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.

This week’s links include everything from sexist interruptions at the Supreme Court to the politics of biological sex differences.

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sunday morning sociology, debate edition

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One of these things is just like the other. As covered by Vox.com.

A weekly link round-up of sociological work – work by sociologists, referencing sociologists, or just of interest to sociologists. This week’s links include multiple sources covering the Case-Deaton mortality debate, and the LGBTQ Census question decision.

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sunday morning sociology, spring break edition!

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 is Spring Break here in Providence, so without further ado here’s some beach(?) reading.

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sunday morning sociology, grad recruitment edition

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“What syphilis was called before it was called syphilis” via r/MapPorn. Sources at link.

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.

It’s grad recruitment season for many sociology PHD programs. If you need a discussion topic to fill in those awkward silences, follow the links below!

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sunday morning sociology, round 3

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From Seeing Theory: A visual introduction to probability and statistics. Click through, it’s a lovely animated overview of statistical concepts that a static image just can’t do justice to.

Time for another Sunday Morning Sociology! This is a weekly link round-up of sociological work – by sociologists, referencing sociologists, or just of interest to sociologists.

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