Al Jazerra’s America Tonight aired a segment on The Long Shadow with extensive footage of two BSS study participants grown up. Click here for clip.
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Urban poverty, in black and white Click here for article
Race a Factor for Who’s Lifted From Poverty? Click here for clip Can a Personal Narrative Impact Policy? Click here for clip
The Luxury of Waiting for Marriage to Have Kids Women without college degrees who have children in wedlock are now the exception, not the rule, a new analysis shows.
The American Sociological Association announced the award recipients for the Sociology of Development Section. Rina Agarwala received the Book Award for, Informal Labor, Formal Politics, and Dignified Development in India. […]
If You’re Born Poor, You’ll Probably Stay That Way
Baltimore study indicates family influences academic, work place success
The Changing American Family, CBS Sunday Morning, May 11, 2014. When it comes to family these days, traditional roles no longer apply, or do they? Rita Braver examines the changing […]
Though owning a home is considered the American dream, race can determine how sweet that dream actually is. In a report published in the new issue of the journal Urban […]
Dr. Key established the J. Brien Key Graduate Student Assistance Fund several years ago to support Arts & Sciences graduate students by subsidizing some of their research-related expenses. Congratulations to […]