Drs. Stephanie Wilson and Elle Rochford talk monkeypox, stigma, violence prevention, and the future of public health interventions.
Learning about current events and topics from a sociological perspective!
What are the causes and effects of migration and how can sociological theories help us understand its connection to SDGs and IDPs?
How can a critical feminist analysis help us understand the gendered experiences, religiosity, and well-being of women during COVID-19?
What does a sociological study of friendship look like? What are the politics of friendship and how do they relate to our larger political and social systems?
How can the social history of Ancestral Pueblo people ignite the sociological imagination and inform solutions to the decades-long drought in the Southwest?
Social change is a concept regularly discussed by sociologists, but what exactly is it and why it is important to understand?
Sociology graduate Abha Awasthi analyzes India's cafe culture, from Starbucks to Vidyarthi Bhavan, through the sociological concept of a "third place."
Dr. Stephanie Wilson summarizes her research on evidence-based medicine and pelvic pain while advocating for a sociology of health care.
What are the sociological views of gender inequality and how can they help us fight against that inequality to improve life for women and girls?
What is code switching and how can sociological theories from W.E.B DuBois help us understand this concept in relation to the double consciousness?