One of us spent their time shredding up cardboard, eating green leaves, and pooping in a box -- and the other one just sat around. Somehow, content was created.
If you won't make the effort to promote your research, how can you expect others to?
What's wrong with the way sociology journals do "policy implications." With data, examples, and recommendations.
I gave two talks at the American Sociological Meetings in New York City this week. I recorded them and removed some of the ums for you here. They're each less than 11 minutes. The first was in a session titled, "Tools for Communicating Sociology Outside the Discipline: What Works, What Doesn't Work, and What's Promising,"…
Move beyond personal strategies toward the development of the open scholarship as an institutional response that ultimately may be responsible for sociology’s survival.