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India: Social Development Report 2016—Disability Rights Perspectives

  The India: Social Development Report 2016—Disability Rights Perspectives presents new research in disability studies, a little understood subject in the social sciences and humanities in India, as also in the development discourse. The disproportionate disadvantage, exclusion and stigmatization suffered by persons with disabilities are...

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Public Sociology

Sociology and the Culture of Sex on Campus

  When new students move into their residence halls to start their first year of college, they become a part of an institution. In many ways, it is a “total...

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Social and Economic Inequalities

Minority Men doing “Women’s Work”

  While male-dominated jobs are some of the fastest shrinking in the U.S., and female-dominated jobs are some of the fastest growing, many men choose not to enter fields they view as...

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Gender and Human Rights

The Female Resistance

  WARSAW – Antagonism is mounting between today’s right-wing populists and a somewhat unexpected but formidable opponent: women. In the United States, much like in Poland, women’s rights have been...

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Social Justice & Democratization

Why did millions march? A view from the many women’s marches

  Why did people march on January 21, 2017? As a team of sociologists interested in social movements, we know there are many possible answers to this seemingly simple question....

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