blogs @ everyday sociology


The Problems with Student Course Evaluations / “So, What Are You Going To Do After College?” / Get Out and Du Bois: Sociology at the cinema / Race and a Political Race (w/Dwanna Robertson) / Football and Foie Gras: How taste makes groups / 13 Sociological Things About 13 Reasons WhyRead the Syllabus Van Halen Style / Sociology of Music / Shopping and Crowds / Pokémoning while Black (w/Angelique Harris) / Women, Gaming & Violence / Bananas, Nessy, The Secret & Social Theory / Sports and Representations of Gender & Race / Steubenville Meets the 24 Hour News Cycle / The Sociology of Pranks / ‘Hey Miss,’ and How not to Talk to your Instructors / Rachel Jeantel, Handwriting, and No Child Left Behind / Six Benches: Public Space and College Town Life / Sacred Lines and Symbols: A journey through Japan / To ‘Commit Sociology’ / A Sociologist Visits Occupy Wall Street / Educational Inequality: From grade school to graduation / White Privilege and Orange is the New Black / Minor Issues with Your Major / Big Corporations and Big Social Problems / Sketches in Qualitative Sociology / The Sociology of Harassment / Football and the Performance of Race / Gentrification in Spike Lee’s Old Neighborhood / Drafts and Objectification / What to Study? Bingo vs Monopoly / Notetaking and the Digital Divide / Sincerely Held Beliefs, the Law, & Non Believers / Good Crowds“Where are You From?” Immigration, Identity, and Being a “True American” / #Pinktax and #Genderpricing: Gender in the Checkout Aisle / Social Media: Mirrors, Windows, & Bubbles / Poverty Education and Tourism / Connecting Across Race / Debates and Pierre Bourdieu / Safety Pins and Being an Ally / Habermas is on Twitter / The Lottery as Gift: Who wins? / The Dead White Guys of Theory? / Ten Sociological Metaphors and Paradoxes / Sociology, Science, and Fake News / Summer Sci-Fi and Social Media Segregation / The Brumble / Water and the Tragedy of Extra Credit / Masculinity So Fragile / Challenging Your Confirmation Bias: Ways to widen your perspective / Making Your Home Among Strangers / Creativity and Sociology / The Uses of Outrage