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Study shows female managers dont mean higher pay for women

Study shows female managers don't mean higher pay for women

phys.org     6+ hour, 36+ min ago

A new paper in the European Sociological Review indicates that women's and men's earnings are not affected by the share of female managers in an organization, nor by the sex of wor...

Entrepreneurs emerge as a force in Europes refugee emergency

Entrepreneurs emerge as a force in Europe's refugee emergency

phys.org     13+ hour, 42+ min ago

by Jennifer Mcnulty, University of California - Santa Cruz Entrepreneurs emerge as a force in Europe's refugee emergency Camilla Hawthorne, assistant professor of sociology at the...

Sociology of Technology Intro

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Sociology 460     The Sociology of Technology

Sociology 460 The Sociology of Technology

sociology.org     19+ hour, 47+ min ago

Welcome to Sociology 460: The Sociology of Information Technology. This three-credit, senior-level university course is designed to encourage critical thinking vis-`a-vis informati...

Men often use homophobic tweets to protect masculinity, study finds (article contains offensive language)

Men often use homophobic tweets to protect masculinity, study finds (article contains offensive language)

phys.org     21+ hour, 39+ min ago

Men often use homophobic tweets to protect masculinity, study finds (article contains offensive language) Homophobic language runs rampant on social media, but UO sociologist C.J....

Political fake news: They might be a liar but theyre my liar

Political fake news: They might be a liar but they're my liar

phys.org     21+ hour, 39+ min ago

An international collaboration has investigated how people perceive politicians when they spread misinformation. The research found supporters of the politicians reduced their beli...

Couples thrive in relationship quality and stability when both partners are involved in financial processes

Couples thrive in relationship quality and stability when both partners are involved in financial processes

phys.org     21+ hour, 39+ min ago

When both partners are involved in financial decisions and processes, they're more empowered, and relationship quality and stability tend to be higher, according to a study from BY...

How fake news gets into our minds, and what you can do to resist it

How fake news gets into our minds, and what you can do to resist it

phys.org     21+ hour, 46+ min ago

Although the term itself is not new, fake news presents a growing threat for societies across the world. Only a small amount of fake news is needed to disrupt a conversation, and ...

Bare-faced cheat: Women better at hiding infidelity

Bare-faced cheat: Women 'better at hiding infidelity'

phys.org     1+ day ago

Women are harder to read, the study suggests Women are harder to read, the study suggests You can't hide your lying eyes: scientists have revealed that women can judge whether a m...

Logical reasoning: An antidote or a poison for political disagreement?

phys.org     1+ day ago

Star Trek's Spock would not be surprised: People are "illogical." New research exploring American liberals and conservatives shows that regardless of political affiliation, tribal instincts kick in an...

Lower approval rates evidence of discrimination for same-sex borrowers

Lower approval rates evidence of discrimination for same-sex borrowers

phys.org     1+ day ago

Lower approval rates evidence of discrimination for same-sex borrowers Same-sex couples applying for a home loan were more likely to be denied, according to new research from Iowa ...

Marijuana legalization     a rare issue where women are more conservative than men

Marijuana legalization a rare issue where women are more conservative than men

phys.org     1+ day ago

Marijuana legalization - a rare issue where women are more conservative than men Marijuana legalization - a rare issue where women are more conservative than men While 68 percent ...

Long-term study shows gender-based abortions lead to skewed gender population numbers

Long-term study shows gender-based abortions lead to skewed gender population numbers

phys.org     1+ day ago

A team of researchers from Singapore, the United Nations Population Division, and the U.S. has found that abortions based on gender lead to larger-than-thought distortions in gende...

No evidence hardened schools are safe from gun violence

No evidence 'hardened' schools are safe from gun violence

phys.org     1+ day ago

Hardening of schools seems to be a questionable endeavor, given the dearth of evidence regarding effectiveness, says a Ball State University researcher. "School Firearm Violence P...

New study finds simple way to inoculate teens against junk food marketing

New study finds simple way to inoculate teens against junk food marketing

phys.org     2+ day ago

In a bid to fight obesity, public-health researchers have been trying for decades to find a way to convince teenagers to skip junk food and eat healthily, to little avail. One of t...

Research explores ways to bridge gaps in science communication

Research explores ways to bridge gaps in science communication

phys.org     2+ day ago

The paper, titled "Conflict Across Representational Gaps: Threats to and Opportunities for Improved Communication," was written by Laurie Weingart, the Richard M. and Margaret S. C...

Same-sex marriage legalization associated with reduced anti-gay bias in the US

Same-sex marriage legalization associated with reduced anti-gay bias in the US

phys.org     2+ day ago

A new study of evolving attitudes toward gay marriage across the U.S. suggests that state legislation has had a significant impact in reducing anti-gay bias in many parts of the co...

Successful research papers cite young references

Successful research papers cite young references

phys.org     2+ day ago

When it comes to publishing the most impactful scientific research and identifying the best up-and-coming research paths, it takes one to know one. That's what Northwestern Univer...

A simple nudge leads low-income immigrants to apply for citizenship

A simple nudge leads low-income immigrants to apply for citizenship

phys.org     2+ day ago

When the "nudge" first appeared on the policymaking scene, it struck many as an ideal tool. Unlike traditional interventions aiming to improve people's behavior, a nudge is low-cos...

Study of Perry Mason is bid to combat innocence fatigue

Study of Perry Mason is bid to combat 'innocence fatigue'

phys.org     2+ day ago

A University of Manchester historian is to study the influence of Erle Stanley Gardner, creator of renowned TV attorney Perry Mason, in a bid to reveal the roots of the fascination...

Study highlights concerning financial situation for retirees who dont own a home

Study highlights concerning financial situation for retirees who don't own a home

phys.org     2+ day ago

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Democracy in the matrix

Democracy in the matrix

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Abundance of information narrows our collective attention span

Abundance of information narrows our collective attention span

phys.org     2+ day ago

Abundance of information narrows our collective attention span Measuring the speed of hashtag dynamics: Average trajectories in top 50 Twitter hashtags from 2013 to 2016. In the ba...

Academics concerned about Singapores fake news law

Academics concerned about Singapore's 'fake news' law

phys.org     3+ day ago

Singapore's proposed 'fake news' law includes powers for ministers to order sites like Facebook, Google and Twitter to put warni Singapore's proposed 'fake news' law includes power...

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

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Despite recent spate of knife crime, UK sees decline in serious violence

Despite recent spate of knife crime, UK sees decline in serious violence

phys.org     5+ day ago

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American parents (still) prefer boys   and its hurting their daughters test scores

American parents (still) prefer boys and it's hurting their daughters' test scores

phys.org     5+ day ago

The math gender gap may be narrowing, thanks to STEM programs, advocacy and an overdue backlash against inequality. But there's still a lot we don't know about why girls historical...

General Results

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thedailycitizen.com     33+ min ago

Riverview School District parents and students organized a protest Wednesday morning in response to teacher Jessica Johnson being placed on administrative leave last week. The group, around 15 at a t...

Students celebrate Selena Quintanilla-Perezs life with purple flowers, Jack in the Box tacos

Students celebrate Selena Quintanilla-Perez's life with purple flowers, Jack in the Box tacos

dailytexanonline.com     33+ min ago

Editor's note: Chris has requested not to have his full name published to maintain privacy in his drag queen identity. Covered in purple flowers and blasting "Bidi Bidi Bom Bom," ...

Entrepreneurs emerge as a force in Europes refugee emergency

Entrepreneurs emerge as a force in Europe's refugee emergency

phys.org     13+ hour, 42+ min ago

by Jennifer Mcnulty, University of California - Santa Cruz Entrepreneurs emerge as a force in Europe's refugee emergency Camilla Hawthorne, assistant professor of sociology at the...

Hispanic faculty found to be underrepresented, underpaid

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Richardson Among UW College of Arts and Sciences to Receive Outstanding Graduates Honors

sweetwaternow.com     1+ hour, 5+ min ago

LARAMIE -- A former Green River High School graduate will be among 20 University of Wyoming's College of Arts and Sciences students honored for its 2019 class of Outstanding Graduates. John Richardso...

History of black railway workers focus of public event

History of black railway workers focus of public event

thoroldnews.com     1+ hour, 26+ min ago

Sleeping Car Porters and the Making of Modern Canada: an afternoon with Cecil Foster Eighty years ago, a group of Black railway workers took their fight for fair treatment all the...

Top 6 secrets to making emotionally intelligent friendships

Top 6 secrets to making emotionally intelligent friendships

theladders.com     1+ hour, 37+ min ago

How do you increase emotional intimacy and build emotionally intelligent friendships? It comes down to six steps. Let's get to it. We all want good, close friends. Problem is, whi...

The women trying to solve Lagos waste problem

The women trying to solve Lagos' waste problem

aljazeera.com     1+ hour, 47+ min ago

From recycling to up-cycling, entrepreneurial women lead the fight to reduce waste in Nigeria's densely populated city. As a child growing up in the 1980s and 90s, she watched her...

Qatar sociologist teaches Muslim men how to beat women correctly in viral video

Qatar sociologist teaches Muslim men how to beat women correctly in viral video

indiatoday.in     2+ hour, 42+ min ago

Sociologist from Qatar uploaded a video on his YouTube channel where he is seen teaching Muslim men how to hit their women and be the leader of the house. A sociologist from Qatar...

Polk State College alum, Disneys George A. Kalogridis, receives American Association of Community Colleges Outstanding Alumni Award

Polk State College alum, Disney's George A. Kalogridis, receives American Association of Community Colleges Outstanding Alumni Award

polk.edu     2+ hour, 48+ min ago

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Stalins Appeal Surging Among Russians, Opinion Poll Suggests

Stalin's Appeal Surging Among Russians, Opinion Poll Suggests

rferl.org     5+ hour, 27+ min ago

A volunteer cleans a bust of Soviet leader Josef Stalin during a community work day in the Muzeon Park of Arts in Moscow on April 13. A volunteer cleans a bust of Soviet leader Jos...

Duke Scholar at Drew Examines Link Between Race and Emotion

Duke Scholar at Drew Examines Link Between Race and Emotion

drew.edu     5+ hour, 27+ min ago

Eduardo Bonilla-Silva speaking in Craig Chapel Eduardo Bonilla-Silva is the author of five books. April 2019 - Duke University's Eduardo Bonilla-Silva examined the link between ra...

Dr. Alondra Nelson Professor Named Harold F. Linder Chair in the...

Dr. Alondra Nelson Professor Named Harold F. Linder Chair in the...

diverseeducation.com     5+ hour, 48+ min ago

Dr. Alondra Nelson Professor Named Harold F. Linder Chair in the School of Social Science at IAS The Institute for Advanced Study (IAS) has named prominent sociologist Dr. Alondra...

The Argonaut     Examining gentrification in rural America

The Argonaut Examining gentrification in rural America

uiargonaut.com     5+ hour, 59+ min ago

Dover, ID had a population of 735 as of 2017. This tiny timber town became the site of a 500-unit resort community called Dover Bay in 2005, according to the city's website. At Tu...

LSUS history department chairman reflects on Notre Dame Cathedral fire

LSUS history department chairman reflects on Notre Dame Cathedral fire

ksla.com     5+ hour, 59+ min ago

Notre Dame fire: Professor discusses impact of history that will be rebuilt but can't be replaced SHREVEPORT, LA (KSLA) - Like many around the world, history professor Gary Joiner...

Study shows female managers dont mean higher pay for women

Study shows female managers don't mean higher pay for women

eurekalert.org     6+ hour, 28+ min ago

A new paper in the European Sociological Review indicates that women's and men's earnings are not affected by the share of female managers in an organization, nor by the sex of wor...

Letter: A sociologist goes to science camp

Letter: A sociologist goes to science camp

dailycollegian.com     6+ hour, 28+ min ago

Last month I had the pleasure of attending the American Association for the Advancement of Science(AAAS) 2019 Catalyzing Advocacy in Science and Engineering (CASE) Workshop in Wash...

Sociologist Constance A. Nathanson Awarded Guggenheim Fellowship

Sociologist Constance A. Nathanson Awarded Guggenheim Fellowship

cuimc.columbia.edu     7+ hour, 50+ min ago

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Photo: Its a puppy!

Photo: It's a puppy!

dailyeasternnews.com     9+ hour, 22+ min ago

Roomates Elizabeth Houck, a freshman graphic design major, and Fatima Estrada, a freshman sociology major, hang out on the Doudna Steps with their dog Dash Wednesday afternoon. ...

Paris? Melbourne? Public housing doesnt just look the same, its part of the challenges refugees face

Paris? Melbourne? Public housing doesn't just look the same, it's part of the challenges refugees face

theconversation.com     9+ hour, 50+ min ago

Paris? Melbourne? Public housing doesn't just look the same, it's part of the challenges refugees face Melbourne Early Career Academic Fellow, Melbourne School of Design, Universi...

Comedian could unseat Ukraines Poroshenko in this Sundays presidential runoff

Comedian could unseat Ukraine's Poroshenko in this Sunday's presidential runoff

foxnews.com     15+ hour, 42+ min ago

A comedian who plays a president on a popular television show who has no political background may unseat Ukraine's deeply unpopular and pro-western president, Petro Poroshenko this...

News and Stories

muhlenberg.edu     18+ hour, 51+ min ago

As a junior, Marc Jablonski '15 wrote a 10-page paper on the bottle gourd--a produce item you're unlikely to find in your local supermarket--for Assistant Professor of Sociology & Anthropology Ben Car...

Criminologist speaks at presentation    Campus Shootings Profiling the Classroom

Criminologist speaks at presentation Campus Shootings Profiling the Classroom

kswo.com     10+ hour, 49+ min ago

Criminologist speaks at presentation "Campus Shootings Profiling the Classroom" By Kristen Ward...

Its an Aristocracy: What the Admissions-Bribery Scandal Has Exposed About Class on Campus

'It's an Aristocracy': What the Admissions-Bribery Scandal Has Exposed About Class on Campus

chronicle.com     11+ hour, 28+ min ago

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UW College of Arts and Sciences to Honor Outstanding Graduates

uwyo.edu     17+ hour, 14+ min ago

group of people in caps and gowns standing outside The University of Wyoming's College of Arts and Sciences will honor 20 students for its 2019 class of Outstanding Graduates. Since 1991, the colleg...

Hidden Brain: Americas Changing Attitudes Toward Gay People

Hidden Brain: America's Changing Attitudes Toward Gay People

wbur.org     11+ hour, 40+ min ago

Public opinion about gay rights has shifted enormously in the United States over the past few decades. What are some of the factors that have led to this historic change in attitud...

Strike averted, Rutgers and faculty union reach deal

whyy.org     12+ hour, 4+ min ago

Marketplace focuses on the latest business news both nationally and internationally, the global economy, and wider events linked to the financial markets. It is noted for its accessible coverage of bu...

Graduates Jeremy Cappello Lee, Lily Falzon named 2019 Yenching Scholars

Graduates Jeremy Cappello Lee, Lily Falzon named 2019 Yenching Scholars

news.nd.edu     20+ hour ago

3. Graduates Jeremy Cappello Lee, Lily Falzon named 2019 Yenching Scholars University of Notre Dame graduates Jeremy Cappello Lee and Lily Falzon, both members of the class of 201...

Liberal arts colleges across the country face existential threat

Liberal arts colleges across the country face 'existential threat'

foxnews.com     13+ hour, 40+ min ago

MARLBORO, Vt. - Economists and higher education experts are warning small liberal arts colleges across the country to brace for the worst. "Their business models are breaking," sa...