A new study finds that immigrants from our neighbor to the south are learning English and regularly interacting with non-Mexicans at higher rates than in previous decades.
A big new report debunks a number of generational clichés about Millennials—but emphasizes the economic struggles they still face.
New research finds that attendees at an adult expo are more likely to respect working mothers.
New research finds that country hits in recent years show an increased emphasis on short-term sexual conquest—and on the celebration of whiteness.
A different type of post-election analysis finds an aesthetic divide in the United Kingdom.
New research finds they are more likely than their black counterparts to be portrayed as victims of mental illness.
Pacific Standard spoke with a sociologist who has interviewed dozens of former members of the Ku Klux Klan, neo-Nazi groups, Christian Identity sects, and other white-ethnicity hate groups.
Two Chinese tourists gave the Nazi salute in Berlin, breaking the law and garnering international media attention.
Hate groups provide violent ideologies for terrorists who have killed dozens of Americans over the last 14 years.
Throughout the month of April we're profiling the individuals who made our second-annual list of the 30 top thinkers under 30, the young people we predict will have an impact on the social, political, and economic issues we make it our mission to cover every day at Pacific Standard.
We’ve long known that student evaluations of teaching are biased, but what are students really saying when they evaluate their professors in gendered ways?
For the month of April we're profiling the individuals who made our inaugural list of the 30 top thinkers under 30, the young men and women we predict will have a serious impact on the social, political, and economic issues we cover every day here at Pacific Standard.
A new paper argues that academics have been missing important connections.
When people are paid to win a game with a set of arbitrary rules, people will break the rules. We're almost always OK with that—except for one thing.
Choire hopes people hate his book. Caleb just wants people to get his. Jane Hu spoke to the two of them—when they weren't talking to each other.