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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.

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

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

American Sociological Review - The Sociology of Gaslighting

9/30/2019
Author Paige L. Sweet discusses her article, "The Sociology of Gaslighting," published OnlineFirst September 2019 for American Sociological Review.

Duration:00:11:00

Sociological Theory - Talking Your Self into It: How and When Accounts Shape Motivation for Action

8/30/2019
Co-authors Daniel Winchester and Kyle D. Green discuss their article, "Talking Your Self into It: How and When Accounts Shape Motivation for Action," published in the September 2019 issue of Sociological Theory.

Duration:00:16:56

Journal of Health and Social Behavior - Adverse Childhood Experiences, Early and Nonmarital Fertility, and Women's Health at Midlife

8/26/2019
Authors Kristi Williams and Brian Finch discuss their article, "Adverse Childhood Experiences, Early and Nonmarital Fertility, and Women's Health at Midlife." The article is published in the September 2019 issue of the Journal of Health and Social Behavior.

Duration:00:11:10

American Sociological Review - Does Intra-household Contagion Cause an Increase in Prescription Opioid Use?

7/25/2019
Co-author Mathijs de Vaan discusses his article, co-authored by Toby Stuart, "Does Intra-household Contagion Cause an Increase in Prescription Opioid Use?," published in the August 2019 is of the American Sociological Review.

Duration:00:12:23

Journal of Health and Social Behavior - Crowded Nests: Parent–Adult Child Coresidence Transitions and Parental Mental Health Following the Great Recession

6/4/2019
Author Jennifer Caputo discusses her article, " Crowded Nests: Parent–Adult Child Coresidence Transitions and Parental Mental Health Following the Great Recession." The article is published OnlineFirst on the Journal of Health and Social Behavior website.

Duration:00:10:22

American Sociological Review - Structural Sexism and Health in the United States: A New Perspective on Health Inequality and the Gender System

5/30/2019
Patricia Homan discusses her recently published article entitled, "Structural Sexism and Health in the United States: A New Perspective on Health Inequality and the Gender System." You can find this article in the June 2019 issue of American Sociological Review. Thank you for listening.

Duration:00:10:08

GAS: “Reclaiming Our Time”: Black Women, Resistance, and Rising Inequality: SWS Presidential Lecture

5/8/2019
Author Adia Harvey Wingfield discusses her SWS presidential lecture published in the June 2019 issue of Gender & Society, “ ‘Reclaiming Our Time’: Black Women, Resistance, and Rising Inequality.”

Duration:00:10:30

GAS: Producing Moral Palatability in the Mexican Surrogacy Market

4/11/2019
Author April Hovav discusses her article published in the April 2019 issue of Gender & Society, “Producing Moral Palatability in the Mexican Surrogacy Market.”

Duration:00:12:12

SPX: "I Don't Look Like Her": Race, Resemblance, and Relationships in Multiracial Families

4/8/2019
Dr. Chandra Waring discusses her article," 'I Don't Look Like Her': Race, Resemblance, and Relationships in Multiracial Families,” co-authored by Dr. Samit Bordoloi. The article is published in the April 2019 issue of Sociological Perspectives.

Duration:00:21:43

American Sociological Review - Aggressive Policing and the Educational Performance of Minority Youth

2/22/2019
Joscha Legewie discusses his recently published article in February 2019 with co-author Jeffrey Fagan, entitled, "Aggressive Policing and the Educational Performance of Minority Youth." You can find this article in OnlineFirst for the American Sociological Review. Thank you for listening.

Duration:00:07:42

Journal of Health and Social Behavior - Structured Variation in Parental Beliefs about Autism

1/31/2019
Author Jane McLeod discusses her article, " Structured Variation in Parental Beliefs about Autism," co-authored by Lydia DiSabatino. The article is published in the March 2019 issue of the Journal of Health and Social Behavior.

Duration:00:14:18

Journal of Health and Social Behavior - Perceived Unfair Treatment by Police and Telomere Length: A Nashville Community-based Sample of Black and White Men

12/10/2018
Author Michael McFarland discusses his article, "Perceived Unfair Treatment by Police, Race, and Telomere Length: A Nashville Community-based Sample of Black and White Men," co-authored by John Taylor, Cheryl McFarland, and Katherine Friedman. The article is published in the December 2018 issue of the Journal of Health and Social Behavior.

Duration:00:12:21

American Sociological Review - The Paradox of Persistence: Explaining the Black-White Gap in Bachelor’s Degree Completion

12/4/2018
Christina Ciocca Eller discusses her recently published article with co-author Thomas DiPrete, entitled, "The Paradox of Persistence: Explaining the Black-White Gap in Bachelor's Degree Completion" in the December 2018 issue of American Sociological Review. Thank you for listening.

Duration:00:10:56

GAS: Book Review: Gray Divorce: What We Lose and Gain from Mid-Life Splits

10/31/2018
Author Jocelyn Elise Crowley discusses her book Gray Divorce: What We Lose and Gain from Mid-Life Splits, which was reviewed by Xuemei Cao and Stacy Torres in the December 2018 issue of Gender & Society.

Duration:00:13:13

SPX: Does Your Body Know Who You Know? Multiple Roles of Network Members’ Socioeconomic Status for Body Weight Ratings

10/24/2018
Author Lijun Song discusses her article, “Does Your Body Know Who You Know? Multiple Roles of Network Members’ Socioeconomic Status for Body Weight Ratings,” co-authored by Philip Pettis and Bhumika Piya. The article is published in the December 2017 issue of Sociological Perspectives.

Duration:00:25:15

American Sociological Review - Time, Anticipation, and the Life Course: Egg Freezing as Temporarily Disentangling Romance and Reproduction

9/26/2018
Authors Eliza Brown and Mary Patrick of New York University's Sociology department recently published an article in the October 2018 issue of American Sociological Review. Here they discuss their article, "Time, Anticipation, and the Life Course: Egg Freezing as Temporarily Disentangling Romance and Reproduction." Thank you for listening.

Duration:00:05:28