SAGE Sociology (sociology)

Authors C.J. Pascoe and Jocelyn Hollander discuss their article published in the February 2016 issue of Gender & Society, "Good Guys Don't Rape: Gender, Domination, and Mobilizing Rape."


Direct download: 02.08.16_GAS_PH_Edited.mp3
Category:Sociology -- posted at: 4:41pm EST

Author Patricia Yancey Martin discusses her article published in the February 2016 issue of Gender & Society,"The Rape Prone Culture of Academic Contexts
Fraternities and Athletics." 

Direct download: 02.12.16_GAS_Pat_Martin_Edited.mp3
Category:Sociology -- posted at: 6:56pm EST

Author Nancy Whittier discusses her article published in the February 2016 issue of Gender & Society, "Where Are the Children? Theorizing the Missing Piece in Gendered Sexual Violence." 

Direct download: 1.15.16_GAS_Nancy_Whittier_Edited.mp3
Category:Sociology -- posted at: 6:29pm EST

Author Nicola Henry discusses her article published in the February 2016 issue of Gender & Society, "Theorizing Wartime Rape: Deconstructing Gender, Sexuality, and Violence." 


Direct download: 01.27.17_GAS_Henry.mp3
Category:Sociology -- posted at: 4:47pm EST

Dr Ari-Elmeri Hyvönen discusses his new research on process-thinking in Arendt.

Direct download: EST_-_Ari-Elmeri_Hyvnen.mp3
Category:Sociology -- posted at: 5:02am EST

Editorial assistant Elizabeth Whetstone interviews author Siwei Cheng about her article, "The Accumulation of (Dis)advantage:The Intersection of Gender and Race in the Long-Term Wage Effect of Marriage." Cheng discusses her research strategies, challenges in the process, and future studies. 

Direct download: ASR._Cheng.mp3
Category:Sociology -- posted at: 7:12pm EST

In this podcast episode, Professor Rodney Coates and David Fasenfest discuss how sociology can draw on both poetry and creative pursuits more broadly to engage people. Then Professor Coates discusses the role of religion in his development as a sociologist before turning to a discussion on Black Lives Matter and the ongoing need to eradicate racism in society. This is the first in a multi-part conversation with Professor Coates.

In this podcast episode, Martha Gimenez discusses the state of Marxist feminism in sociological scholarship. Drawing on theories of intersectionality she elaborates on the ongoing need for social movements to move beyond identity politics to create solidarity networks that transcend class, gender, ethnicity, and sexuality.

Direct download: CRS_Labor_Activism_and_Music_series_-_Interview_with_M_Gimenez_part_1.mp3
Category:Sociology -- posted at: 11:01am EST

In this podcast episode, Sam Binkley of Emerson College discusses his book Happiness as Enterprise: An Essay on Neoliberal Life (2015, SUNY Press). Here he elaborates on the ways individuals are encouraged to become entrepreneurs of themselves in order to achieve happiness within an ideology that emphasizes individual agency while concealing the significance of social structure in shaping people’s lives.

Direct download: CRS_Labor_Activism_and_Music_series_-_Interview_with_S_Binkley.mp3
Category:Sociology -- posted at: 10:53am EST

This is the second part of my conversation with Tony Paris, lead attorney at the Sugarlaw Center for Economic and Social Justice, in Detroit Michigan. We discuss the legacy of civil right and labor lawyer Maurice Sugar as an activist and song-writer and play his well-known labor anthem, “Sit-Down.” Afterward  we discuss Tony Paris’ new project, putting music to lost lyrics by Maurice Sugar, and play the Sugar/Paris song “We are the Ones.”

Direct download: CRS_Labor_Activism_and_Music_series_-_Tony_Paris_Sugar_Songs_Pt2.mp3
Category:Sociology -- posted at: 10:39am EST