From Microsoft, a Novel Way to Mandate Sick Leave
The New York Times, 3.26.15
Levey, Tania G. and Pinsky, Dina. 2015. A Constellation of Stigmas: Stigma Management and the Professional Dominatrix. Deviant Behavior 36(5): 347-367.
Don Hernandez has been selected by the Society for Child and Family Policy and Practice (Division 37 of the American Psychological Association) as the 2015 recipient of The Distinguished Contribution to Child Advocacy Award, which is presented annually to a non-psychologist who has made significant contributions to advocacy on behalf of children, youth, and families.
Alumnus Michael Robert’s book has been nominated for the Mary Douglas Prize for Best Book (Sociology of Culture section of the ASA).
Pinsky, Dina and Levey, Tania G. 2015. ‘The World Turned Upside Down’: Emotional Labor and the Professional Dominatrix. Sexualities. Advance online publication. doi: 10.1177/1363460714550904
Jacob Lederman’s article in City & Community was highlighted in the recent ASA’s e-mail blast.
Abby Kolker has published yet another op-ed in the Jerusalem Post, this time on... Read more
The Italian Americans: The American Dream (1945-present)-Video
PBS, 3.15 Read more
The Feminization of Migration
The Jerusalem Post, 3.7.15 Read more
Loft Living: Culture and Capital in Urban Change
(Rutgers University Press, 2014)
Amy Adamczyk recently had three articles accepted for publication:
Amy Adamczyk and Yen-hsin Alice Cheng. “Explaining Attitudes about Homosexuality in Confucian and non-Confucian Nations: Is... Read more
They live to serve: Enterprising New Yorkers create their own jobs helping the uber wealthy
AM New York, 2.9.15
Feel Trapped In Your Job? That's Because You Are
Dame, All the Rage, 2.9.15 Read more
Distinguished Professor John Mollenkopf (Political Science/Sociology) is featured in an online “slow debate” among leading scholars, advocates, and practitioners on how racial and class segregation contributed to last year’s events in Ferguson, Missouri. Read more