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Welcome to the official free Podcast site from SAGE for Sociology. SAGE is a leading international publisher of journals, books, and electronic media for academic, educational, and professional markets with principal offices in Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, and Singapore.

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United States

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Welcome to the official free Podcast site from SAGE for Sociology. SAGE is a leading international publisher of journals, books, and electronic media for academic, educational, and professional markets with principal offices in Los Angeles, London, New Delhi, and Singapore.

Language:

English


Episodes

NLF - Public Health, Private Equity, And The Pandemic

1/8/2021
As the coronavirus surges across the U.S. during this holiday season, the biblical “no room in the inn” has become “no room in the hospital.” This is especially true in rural regions in the Midwest, South and Southwest, where hospital closings imperil whole communities. Today’s podcast explores one of the factors which has exacerbated this crisis: the speculation in health care networks by private equity firms. In his fall 2020 column for New Labor Forum and in this episode of Reinventing...

Duration:00:27:30

NLF - Unaccompanied by Javier Zamora

1/8/2021
This episode brings poetry to the crucial task of reinventing solidarity. New Labor Forum Editor Paula Finn hosts a conversation with award winning poet Javier Zamora, who at nine years old left his home in El Salvador and made his way, as an unaccompanied minor, through Guatemala and Mexico and across the Sonoran Desert to reunite with his parents in California. In this interview, Zamora reflects on this experience and on the role of poetry in movements for social justice, and reads poems...

Duration:00:31:05

Journal of Health and Social Behavior - Social Estrangement and Psychological Distress before and during the COVID-19 Pandemic

12/10/2020
Author Alex Bierman discusses his article, "Social Estrangement and Psychological Distress before and during the COVID-19 Pandemic," published in the December 2020 issue of Journal of Health and Social Behavior.

Duration:00:07:40

American Sociological Review - Opting Out: Individualism and Vaccine Refusal in Pockets of Socioeconomic Homogeneity

11/18/2020
Author Kevin Estep discusses his article, "Opting Out: Individualism and Vaccine Refusal in Pockets of Socioeconomic Homogeneity," published in the December 2020 issue of American Sociological Review.

Duration:00:14:49

A Conversation with Past and Current Gender & Society Editors

11/16/2020
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Sociologists for Women in Society, past and current Gender & Society Editors – Judith Lorber, Margaret Andersen, Beth Schneider, Christine Bose, Christine Williams, Dana Britton, Joya Misra, Jo Reger, and Barbara Risman – discuss their contributions, achievements, and challenges in their times as Editor of G&S in this webinar recording.

Duration:02:01:42

Sociological Theory - A Sociology of Luck

11/5/2020
Author Michael Sauder discusses his article, "A Sociology of Luck," published in the September 2020 issue of Sociological Theory.

Duration:00:13:11

Teaching Sociology - COVID-19 Remote Learning Transition in Spring 2020: Class Structures, Student Perceptions, and Inequality in College Courses

10/29/2020
Authors Alanna Gillis and Laura M. Krull discuss their article, "COVID-19 Remote Learning Transition in Spring 2020: Class Structures, Student Perceptions, and Inequality in College Courses," published in the October 2020 issue of Teaching Sociology.

Duration:00:14:20

Sociology of Race and Ethnicity - Collateral Subjects: The Normalization of Surveillance for Mexican Americans on the Border

10/16/2020
Author Adriana C. Núñez discusses her article, "Collatoral Subjects: The Normalization of Surveillance for Mexican Americans on the Border," published in the October 2020 issue of Sociology of Race and Ethnicity.

Duration:00:21:01

GAS: Signaling Parenthood

9/18/2020
Join author Sigrid Luhr for a discussion of the research behind "Signaling Parenthood: Managing the Motherhood Penalty and Fatherhood Premium in the U.S. Service Sector."

Duration:00:09:18

Journal of Health and Social Behavior - What Is Driving the Drug Overdose Epidemic in the United States?

9/8/2020
Author Ryan Thombs discusses his article, "What Is Driving the Drug Overdose Epidemic in the United States?," published in the September 2020 issue of the Journal of Health and Social Behavior.

Duration:00:13:37

Sociology of Race and Ethnicity - “It’s the Person, but Then the Environment, Too”: Black and Latino Males’ Narratives about Their College Successes

5/14/2020
Author Dr. Derrick R. Brooms discusses his article, ""It's the Person, but Then the Environment, Too": Black and Latino Males' Narratives about Their College Successes," published in the April 2020 issue of Sociology of Race and Ethnicity.

Duration:00:13:11

Journal of Health and Social Behavior - Social Class, ADHD Diagnoses, and Child Well-Being

5/7/2020
Author Jayanti Owens discusses her article, "Social Class, ADHD Diagnoses, and Child Well-Being," published in the June 2020 issue of the Journal of Health and Social Behavior.

Duration:00:11:40

Sociology of Race and Ethnicity - Location, Location, Location: Liberatory Pedagogy in a University Classroom

5/5/2020
Author Dr. Heather M. Dalamge discusses her article, co-authored with Samantha A. Martinez, "Location, Location, Location: Liberatory Pedagogy in a University Classroom," published in the January 2020 issue of Sociology of Race and Ethnicity.

Duration:00:08:52

American Sociological Review - Avoiding Us versus Them: How Schools’ Dependence on Privileged “Helicopter” Parents Influences Enforcement of Rules

4/15/2020
Author Jessica McCrory Calarco discusses her article, "Avoiding Us versus Them: How Schools’ Dependence on Privileged 'Helicopter' Parents Influences Enforcement of Rules," published in the April 2020 issue of American Sociological Review.

Duration:00:14:32

GAS: Challenging the Cisgender/Transgender Binary

4/7/2020
Join author Helana Darwin for a discussion of the research behind "Challenging the Cisgender/Transgender Binary: Nonbinary People and the Transgender Label."

Duration:00:15:44

Journal of Health and Social Behavior - Pharmaceutical Side Effects and Mental Health Paradoxes among Racial-Ethnic Minorities

3/13/2020
Author Jason Schnittker discusses his article, co-authored with Duy Do, "Pharmaceutical Side Effects and Mental Health Paradoxes among Racial-Ethic Minorities," published in the March 2020 issue of Journal of Health and Social Behavior.

Duration:00:10:23

American Sociological Review - Exploiting Ambiguity: A Moral Polysemy Approach to Variation in Economic Practices

2/6/2020
Author Guillermina Altomonte discusses her article, "Exploiting Ambiguity: A Moral Polysemy Approach to Variation in Economic Practices" published February 2020 issue of American Sociological Review.

Duration:00:11:34

American Sociological Review - Race and Networks in the Job Search Process

11/27/2019
Author David S. Pedulla discusses his article, "Race and Networks in the Job Search," co-authored with Devah Pager. This article is published in the December 2019 issue of American Sociological Review.

Duration:00:08:08

Longer—but Harder—Lives?: The Hispanic Health Paradox and the Social Determinants of Racial, Ethnic, and Immigrant–Native Health Disparities from Mid- through Late-life

11/18/2019
Author Courtney Boen discusses her article, "Longer—but Harder—Lives?: The Hispanic Health Paradox and the Social Determinants of Racial, Ethnic, and Immigrant–Native Health Disparities from Mid- through Late-life," co-authored by Robert Hummer. The article is published in the December 2019 issue of the Journal of Health and Social Behavior.

Duration:00:17:43

GAS Pathways Toward Change: Ideologies and Gender Equality in a Silicon Valley Technology Company

10/23/2019
Author Alison Wynn discusses her article, “Pathways Toward Change: Ideologies and Gender Equality in a Silicon Valley Technology Company,” published by Gender & Society.

Duration:00:06:58