An interesting read. Assumption #4 is the one that resonates most powerfully for me. The authour, Honor Brabazon, says, “In particular, some of the essential social and humanizing [...]
In a good overview of racism in Canada, have a look at this HuffPost article (here). The author, Maija Kappler writes, “I’m a white person who has done inadvertently racist things. I didn’t [...]
Sociologists from Cornell are researching just how many connections exist on a university campus and question if hybrid delivery models (i.e., online & face-to-face instruction) will make [...]
A New York Times article (available here) shows how the poor in America are being disproportionately impacted by the pandemic.
Deborah J. Cohan, Ph.D., is a professor of sociology at the University of South Carolina-Beaufort. From her article, “If you ever wondered what the McDonaldization of education looks like, [...]
No idea why it took me so long to find this video. This is an excellent exploration of community resilience, etc., by Dr. Caroline McDonald-Harker a sociologist working at Mount Royal University. [...]
A UN Human Development Report, Tackling Social Norms: a game changer for gender inequalities (available here) finds that 9 out of 10 people are biased against women.