Androgyny is still climbing rapidly and I thought you needed to know that right away.
A short paper on the decline of all things marriage in the U.S.
A higher status marriage system is a smaller, slower, and more stable marriage system.
Inequality work product: Visualizing unequal
I'm working on the fourth edition of The Family, and since it's an "accessible, data-driven introduction to contemporary sociological thinking on families," I figured I'd share a few figures I worked on for the chapter on social class and poverty. 1. Parents' education and educational attainment. The General Social Survey asks people what their parents'…
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Data analysis shows Journal Impact Factors in sociology are pretty worthless
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.
Framing social class with sample selection
Venn diagrams to help people think about for screening subjects for social class status.
COVID-19 code, data, codebooks, figures
Every day for who knows how long I've tinkered with COVID-19 data and made graphs using Stata. Now I've condensed my tools down to several elements, updated daily, which I'm sharing: A program that assembles the COVID death and case data, by date, at the county, state, and country level. To this I have added…
The arriving divorce decline
A 3 percent drop in the refined divorce rate for 2018.
Why we need open science in demography, and how we can make it happen
My talk in Rostock.
That thing where you have a lot of little graphs (single-parent edition)
The relationship between education and single parenthood in every US state.
Donald is not the biggest loser (among winning and losing names)
The biggest winners and losers last year, and what the predictability of it all.