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AFTER PARIS (and Istanbul)

  Roberto Cipriani is a full professor of Sociology at the Università Roma Tre. He has been a visiting scholar at the University of Berkeley, and visiting professor at the University of Sao Paulo, at the Laval University and at the University of Buenos Aires. He...

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Public Sociology

The social implications of Zika

  U.S. responses to the Zika crisis are fundamentally flawed. Headlines like “The War on Zika in Miami Turns to the Air” and “Genetically modified mosquitoes newest weapon in war...

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Social and Economic Inequalities

Today’s Inequality Could Easily Become Tomorrow’s Catastrophe

  Economic inequality is already a concern, but it could become a nightmare in the decades ahead, and I fear that we are not well equipped to deal with it....

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Gender and Human Rights

The Burqa and French Values

  PARIS – Many Western media outlets were highly critical of France’s 2010 law banning face coverings, such as burqas that cover a woman’s face and entire body, and local...

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Social Justice & Democratization

Social Media and Its Influence on Democratization in Africa

  2016 is a year of elections: England voted to leave the European Union, the United States will elect a new president and multiple elections take place around the world....

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