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Congratulations to Sociology PhD candidate, Yige Dong, on becoming one of ten fellows for her dissertation titled, From Textile Mill Town to iPhone City: Gender, Class, and the Politics of […]
Ho-fung Hung in Deutsche Welle (DW) article stating that, “China has relied on export and debt-financed fixed asset investment for growth for over two decades.”
Face-off with pro-Beijing candidate gauged public support for opposition groups after candidates ousted, barred.
In a Washington Post article, “Why Education Matters to Your Health – Literally”, Professor Cherlin speculates that racial differences also might be a matter of expectation.
The demonstrations are a part of a much larger cycle of grievance by the public against Iran’s ruling elite, says Johns Hopkins University sociologist Ryan Calder, an expert in Islamic […]