Learning as we go.
Who's hiring, who's hunting, in sociology?
The rise and taper of divorce rates, and studies about divorce.
Three steps to gender segregation in the discipline.
Philip Cohen accuses me, inter alia, of telling "tall tales," playing fast and loose with divorce statistics, and bypassing the peer-review process.
This has really gone too far. The National Marriage Project, under the directorship of W. Bradford Wilcox, a tenured sociologist at the U. Virginia, is telling some tall tales, courtesy of a grant from the Templeton Foundation's "Foundations of Marital Generosity Project." I'm sorry I never got around to writing this, even though the report in…
How many multiples can you see at your workplace?
The burden of proof is not on me to show these facts are wrong, but rather to point out that they were never demonstrably true, so we shouldn't use them.
When diversity is "everyone's responsibility but no one's primary responsibility," little is accomplished.