This summer, the stewardship of SPQ transitions to a new dynamic duo, Matthew E. Brashears and Brent Simpson. Brashears and Simpson will become the 25th editor(s)-in-chief of the journal. This editorial transition will take the journal to the University of South Carolina, a powerhouse in the subfield of social psychology for decades.
Harassment—sexual, racial, and other forms—has been a pervasive issue in higher education and we often hear of such misconduct at professional meetings, including ASA’s Annual Meeting.
In digital spaces, the increased visibility of fat female and fat queer bodies is introducing an appreciation which might represent a meaningful social change.
Sociologists do a really good job of documenting and analyzing so many different facets of our social world . . . this issue is a cornucopia of sociological goodness.
A review of recent literature shows Trump’s continual call for recognition of himself has become a source of appeal among some resentful right-wing conservatives who feel abandoned and forgotten.
There’s a stark and troubling way that incarceration diminishes the ability of a former inmate to empathize with a loved one behind bars.