Today, we discuss emergency medical workers’ role in society, and what you can learn about contemporary American by following them around.
In this episode of The Annex, we sit down with Michael Siciliano of Queen’s University (Canada). Michael is currently working on a book for Columbia University Press about YouTubers, tentatively titled Creative Control: Platforms, Labor Relations, and the Aesthetics of Precarious Work. We talk about YouTube, content creation, and media. This episode is hosted by […]
We discuss the ethics of assigning books and rewarding social media follows in your classes.
The Trump Administration proposed making publicly-funded open access upon publication. The ASA started sounding the alarms.
We discuss how society managed mental health problems with Neil Gong from the University of Michigan.
We discuss the financialization of higher education with Charlie Eaton (UC Merced).
We discuss literary criticism with Phillipa Chong from McMaster University.
We discuss elite self-pity, and whether the sentiment is prevalent among sociology professors.
We discuss popular reactions to claim that there is a shortage of marriageable men for women with college degrees.
A recent medicine study called attention to exaggerations of findings in abstracts. Do we have the same problem in soc?