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

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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

What is Sociological Research?

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By Karen Sternheimer We do research all the time, or at least we use the word research regularly. Trying to figure out where to stay on a vacation? “Research” it online! Choosing a restaurant? Do some “research” by asking your friends abou

The Sharing Economy Paradox

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By Karen Sternheimer You don’t have to look hard to find invitations to join the “sharing economy:” ads invite us to drive for Uber or Lyft, rent a spare room on Airbnb or sell your wares on eBay. These online services promote easy use for

Comment by Maddie39 on “"Reality" TV, Stereotypes, and Teen Parenthood”

I enjoyed your blog, and am studying Sociology right now. We are to choose a tv show that depicts de

Thinking Sociologically on Vacation

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By Sally Raskoff Don’t forget to keep using your sociological imagination and skills when you are on vacation! When you travel, using a sociological perspective can help enrich the experience and deepen your understanding of the places in

Comment by Zeleste Tombo on “The Sociological Significance of Pictures”

This blog really tugged my heart strings. It kind of reminded me when I was younger and when I was v

Unemployment and Socioeconomic Status

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By Karen Sternheimer Being unemployed can be an incredibly stressful experience. Difficulty paying bills is the most obvious stressor, but there are others: the threat of losing a home, feeling rejected while looking for a new job, and dec

Class Consciousness

By Karen Sternheimer A few months back, I got a letter saying that I had won the lottery. No, not that kind of lottery. Not a scam lottery either. I won the kind that gives you a week of jury duty. So I dutifully showed up at the court

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