Heatmaps showing different kinds of inequality, with code.
Venn diagrams to help people think about for screening subjects for social class status.
Updating a 2013 post with the 2016 General Social Survey. Not a lot of interpretation, just some facts. The GSS has, since 1972, asked Americans: If you were asked to use one of four names for your social class, which would you say you belong in: the lower class, the working class, the middle class,…
A big crushing of expectations in the formative years at the end of high school.
Less marriage, and more marriage instability, among those with less than BA degrees.
The book whose influence reaches into many areas of the discipline.
Whatever the reasons, it's a shame more Black scholars haven't been there.
Used be about 4-5% were "lower class." Not anymore.
By treating American Enterprise Institute representatives as legitimate experts we play into their diabolical schemes.
But the presidential candidate doesn't pick up on the difference between "culture of poverty" and "social isolation."