Update: I posted a revised version of this lecture, with new facts, here. For Social Problems, an introductory level sociological course, I gave a lecture that combines an introduction to health disparities and some issues of disparate impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic. It's 23 minutes. Some slides and links below. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=CwS7mRvP3Vw The first half describes…
Societies with more babies have smaller female life expectancy advantages.
What differentiates the search behavior of high- versus low-smoking states? Disease.
When is a policy in support of a normative shift effective?