A Korean Hallyu Threatens American Cultural Dominance
The Korean wave has only picked up momentum since the late 1990s, and its influence is impressive.
What Happened to All of the Women in Computer Science?
Growing up with a personal computer is a strong predictor for choosing computer science as a major, but parents have been buying their daughters other things.
Women in Apocalyptic Fiction Shaving Their Armpits
Because our interest in realism apparently only goes so far.
What Sociologists Can Tell Us About Serial Killing
Might cultural and structural variables predict state variation in the rate of male serial killer activity?
Schools Teach Children That Native Americans Are History
Professor Sarah Shear examined the academic standards for elementary and secondary school education in all 50 states.
A Majority of Middle-Class Blacks Will Be Poorer as Adults
The disturbing findings of a new study.
Egg Freezing Isn’t the Feminist Issue You Think It Is
New benefits being offered by Apple and Facebook probably aren't about discouraging women from becoming mothers at a “natural” age.
Is It Time for the U.S. to Consider a Shorter Work Week?
Other countries are pushing legislation forward that would reduce the hours employees work in an effort to improve quality of life and increase productivity.