We're not going to find a set of fixed divisions that works across arenas -- such as social attitudes, family behavior, and economic status.
One example of the pitfalls of Pew's "generations," using environmental attitudes.
Like A Family is a fascinating, enjoyable read, full of thought-provoking analysis and a lot of rich stories, with detailed scenarios that let the reader consider lots of possibilities, even those not mentioned in the text.
You absolutely should not just skim the CV and assume the AJS article is or will be more influential based on the journal title alone.
Why are there such great disparities in COVID-19 deaths across race/ethnic groups in the U.S.? Here's a recent review from New York City: The racial/ethnic disparities in COVID-related mortality may be explained by increased risk of disease because of difficulty engaging in social distancing because of crowding and occupation, and increased disease severity because of…
I produced a short video on measuring inequality, focusing on the construction of the Gini index, the trend in US family inequality, and an example of using it to measure world inequality.
Venn diagrams to help people think about for screening subjects for social class status.
You can really do a lot with the common public misperception that divorce is always going up.
How a Brad Wilcox tweet taught me nothing at all, but inspired me to write this post.
Eight pretty happy men in the General Social Survey changed the course of history.