Search Results: “twitter”

Sort: Best Match | Most Recent

Comment by instagram download on “Social Networks and Diversity in College”

Social media refers to a collection of online platforms and applications that enable users to create

Me and My 70,000 Friends: Tailgating and Togetherness

Todd Schoepflin

By Todd Schoepflin I’ve always enjoyed going to Buffalo Bills games. I like watching football live and being part of a crowd. I’ve written before about the tailgate scene which adds fun and unpredictability. I’ve attended three games this

Is College for Jobs or Expanding the Mind: Why Not Both?

Colby (1)

By Michelle Corbin, Albert Fu, Colby King, and Joseph Cohen Michelle Corbin is an Associate Professor of Sociology Worcester State University; Albert Fu is a Professor of Sociology in the Department of Anthropology & Sociology at Kutzto

Comment by hotmail outlook on “Habermas is on Twitter”

Debating with strangers on twitter I never did, I found it really time consuming

Masculinity So Fragile

Wynn

By Jonathan Wynn Recently Will Smith's son, Jaden Smith, 17, became the face of the upcoming Louis Vuitton women's wear campaign. In the ads Jaden wears a black skirt and a fringed mesh top (you can see the photo here). This has sparked a

Notetaking and the Digital Divide

Wynn

By Jonathan Wynn I always see a handful of laptops staring back at me in class. I am, perhaps, more surprised that I still see students handwriting notes at all. When I ask why they still handwrite notes, those who can afford a lapt

Comment by Marie on “Who's Got Time for This?”

Yes - it's true, we seem to have less time. BUT we make time for what we want to make time for. Read

Comment by kristina on “Social Networking Sites and Social Theory”

Came across your post about lack of UK sociology blogs. I do a twitter blog (@sociologyblog) and als

New Media Revolution

Author_karen_thumb

By Karen Sternheimer Media tend to get a bad rap in social science research. With each new form of media come new studies, mostly testing for negative effects. Will it make users more violent? Promiscuous? Obese? Anorexic? Stupid? Unable t

Become a Fan

The Society Pages Community Blogs

Interested in Submitting a Guest Post?

If you're a sociology instructor or student and would like us to consider your guest post for everydaysociologyblog.com please .

Norton Sociology Books

The Real World

Learn More

Terrible Magnificent Sociology

Learn More

You May Ask Yourself

Learn More

Essentials of Sociology

Learn More

Introduction to Sociology

Learn More

The Art and Science of Social Research

Learn More

The Family

Learn More

The Everyday Sociology Reader

Learn More

Race in America

Learn More

Gender

Learn More