Applied Worldwide contributor Aduwo Ayodele writes about the sociology of religion, tolerance, and International Day of Human Fraternity.
Learning about holidays through a sociological perspective!
Ismail Hassan writes about the history, significance and how Holocaust Remembrance Day is observed in Germany and beyond.
Applied Worldwide guest contributor Christopher Hutton writes about five sociological phenomena witnessed in the US in 2020.
Applied Worldwide contributor Hassan Idris writes about the sociology of Christmas in Nigeria. Learn about cultural customs and traditions.
How can we think of the sociology of Día de la Virgen? Luis Alberto Peniche Moreno explains the digitization of social practices during the pandemic.
Applied Worldwide co-founder Luke Hanna shares sociological insight on why political arguments may erupt over family holiday meals.
Applied Worldwide contributor Hassan Idris writes about teachers, teaching, and his desire for teachers of Nigeria for World Teachers Day
Luis Alberto Peniche Moreno provides sociological analysis on the sacred objects that generate social cohesion on the Día de Muertos in Mexico.
Applied Worldwide contributor Christopher Hutton provides a brief sociology of labor day, providing historical context including events in Chicago.
Adamu Usman Garko reflects on the meaning of Nigerian Independence Day. Describing the state of the country and aspirations for the future of Nigeria.