Applied Worldwide co-founder Stephanie Wilson writes on implicit biases and their role in pain evaluations in US healthcare.
Learning about current events and topics from a sociological perspective!
Applied Worldwide contributor Chris Gonoh discusses the impact of social distancing on livelihood and mental health throughout the COVID-19 pandemic.
Applied Worldwide contributor Hisham Saleh Gidado writes about a sociological approach to social problems and why it is necessary for countries across the globe.
Applied Worldwide contributor Salim Yakubu Akko writes about broken societies, and the often broken homes within them, and their connection to deviant behaviors in adolescents.
Applied Worldwide contributor Muib Shefiu writes on human trafficking from a sociological perspective using cases from Nigeria and other sub-Saharan African regions to discuss sociological causes and solutions.
Applied Worldwide co-founder Stephanie Wilson provides sociological evidence about the necessity of reproductive justice.
Applied Worldwide contributor Muib Shefiu applies sociological theories to the social problem of rape, suggesting potential sociological solutions to this major social issue.
Applied Worldwide contributor Adhrish Chakraborty writes about the vaccine shortage in India and the role—or failure—of the government in preventing the shortage.
Applied Worldwide contributor Muib Shefiu discusses the NFL's bold move to include the Black National Anthem before games starting in 2021 within the context of sport as a social institution with the capacity to fight racism and other social injustices.
Applied Worldwide contributor Yasin Azzariyan applies the sociology concepts of anomie and alienation to Iranian society.
Applied Worldwide blogger Bijon Chakraborty writes about the health care sector India during Covid-19.
Applied Worldwide contributor Muib Shefiu draws connections between child abuse and violent behaviors in later life using examples from the sociological literature to make his case.