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The Sociology Everyone Knows: The Self-Fulfilling Prophecy

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This month Yale economics professor and Nobel Laureate Robert Shiller posited that the next recession could be a self-fulfilling prophecy. As I read about it, thought about how common a term it is. Yo...

The Men of Tomorrow: Gillette s Call for a Healthier Masculinity

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Why Small Social Cues are a Big Deal

everydaysociologyblog.com     2+ week ago

Hands up. Staying on topic. Remaining silent while others speak. Waiting until others are done speaking to raise your hand. These are social rules many of us take for granted in the classroom. It hel...

Culture, Conflict, and Politics

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Researcher Reflexivity: Why who we are Matters

everydaysociologyblog.com     4+ week ago

If you are interested in researching something, there is often a personal reason. Maybe you have a parent who is incarcerated and are interested in understanding the relationships between family membe...

Social Infrastructure, Postlandia, and Shared Investment in Public Space

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Applied Sociology: Evaluation Research 101

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A Sociological Road Trip (with Podcasts)

everydaysociologyblog.com     1+ mon ago

My family just finished a long road trip from Massachusetts to Texas, and we listened to a lot of podcasts. (I'll be a visiting scholar at the University of Texas at Austin.) I realized that the podca...

Racism, Stress, and Health

everydaysociologyblog.com     1+ mon ago

This past weekend I was shopping at the grocery store. This wasn't the grocery store I usually shop at, but while doing other errands in this part of town I figured I'd stop in and get this errand don...

The Political Power of Sports and Music

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Why College Costs Keep Climbing

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Furnace, Kiln, and Oven Operators in the American Community Survey

everydaysociologyblog.com     2+ mon ago

In one of my research projects, I'm examining shifts in employment by occupational categories in the Detroit and Pittsburgh region. One result of my work is that I've become much more familiar with th...

Nipplegate 2.0: Privilege and the Construction of the Body

everydaysociologyblog.com     2+ mon ago

I can't believe that I am discussing nipples, privilege, and the Super Bowl Halftime Show for the second year in a row, but here we are. While performing during the Halftime Show for Super Bowl LIII, ...

How (and Why) to Write a Literature Review

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Food Options in Dollar Store Nation

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What Makes a Research Question Sociological?

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Online Media Dystopia

everydaysociologyblog.com     3+ mon ago

Concerned about online misinformation and fake news, I made a few revisions to the syllabi for my Introduction to Sociology courses before the start of the semester this past fall. I created an inform...

Applying Verstehen: Understanding the Transgender Experience

everydaysociologyblog.com     3+ mon ago

Applying Verstehen: Understanding the Transgender Experience It is very easy to fear what we don't understand, and it is also easy to fear people who seem to be different from us. Our language enable...

Getting Excited about Sociological Research Methods

everydaysociologyblog.com     3+ mon ago

In our department, Research Methods is a required course that many students put off taking until their junior or even senior year. For several reasons, this class is often viewed as one of those requi...

Emotional Intelligence and Sociology

everydaysociologyblog.com     3+ mon ago

Psychologists have some disagreement on the term--including whether it is a useful one at all--but most see emotional intelligence as, roughly, the ability to monitor and regulate one's own interior e...

Millennials, Sex, and the Economy: The Sociological Imagination in Action

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What is a Ghetto?

everydaysociologyblog.com     4+ mon ago

By Karen Sternheimer When I ask students this question, they often dance around the answer. A place where low-income people live, is a common resp...

In Memoriam: Peter Kaufman

everydaysociologyblog.com     4+ mon ago

In Memoriam: Peter Kaufman It is with great sadness that we announce the passing of our longtime blogger, Peter Kaufman. We are fortunate to have an archive...

Identity and Retirement

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A Tribute to Peter Kaufman

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The Definition of the Situation: Resisting Discussions of Death

everydaysociologyblog.com     4+ mon ago

By Karen Sternheimer A family member s recent illness and passing highlighted a concept within micro sociology: the definition of ...

Making Sense of The Senseless: A Sociological Perspective on Mass Shootings

everydaysociologyblog.com     4+ mon ago

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