A new, freely-available data set measuring countries’ conformity to free market/socialist ideals.
How big are U.S. households’ education loans?
I am very proud to announce that I have been awarded the 2019 Public Sociology award from the American Sociological…
I used my royalties to buy my book’s digital distribution rights, and am now selling it for $2.99 on Amazon Kindle.
Kristina Scharp discusses her research on how families fall apart.
Author-nominated peer reviews are thought to be biased. Should we stop using them?
Upper-middle class American parents have an intense parenting style, and it’s catching on.
Sociology is slow to turn its journal articles around, which some argue hurts junior scholars. Is there an alternative?
Chase tweets about personal financial responsibility, and it backfires.
Stanford University’s Provost recently threatened to cut Stanford University Press, describing the Press as a “second rate press.”