Dan Cornfield is quoted by Reuters on the landmark Amazon Labor Union victory at a Staten Island Amazon warehouse.
Apr. 4, 2022—Dan Cornfield is quoted by Reuters on the landmark Amazon Labor Union victory at a Staten Island Amazon warehouse.
Mar. 29, 2022—Vanderbilt student Daniel Ardity (Cornelius Vanderbilt Scholar, Class of ’24) won the bronze for Excellence in Undergraduate Research at this year’s Southeastern Undergraduate Sociology Symposium
Dec. 6, 2021—Regan, Hannah. 2021. “Fields, features, and filters: how dating applications construct sexual fields and romantic and erotic capital.” Sexualities OnlineFirst. https://journals-sagepub-com.proxy.library.vanderbilt.edu/doi/full/10.1177/13634607211056878 Young adults have gone from consulting matchmakers to app-makers, as they seek ways to meet sexual and romantic partners. Each dating application is constructed in a distinctive manner, creating unique “sexual fields” on each platform....
Jan. 20, 2021—Prof. Lijun Song addresses the question: Success is all about making social connections—or is it? In a new study published in Social Psychology Quarterly, Lijun Song, associate professor of sociology in Vanderbilt University’s College of Arts and Science, examines how the theories of “social capital” and “social cost” predict an individual’s life satisfaction. Further, she...
Jan. 4, 2021—Vanderbilt sociology graduate student Megan L. Jordan, Prof. Joshua Murray,Michael Schwartz & Kevin A. Young publish When Black Movements Win, Everybody But the 1 Percent Wins in Truthout.
Nov. 20, 2020—Grad student Yu-Ri Kim publishes in the Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies: “Classed education trajectories and intimate partnering of international students: a case of Chinese international undergraduate students in the United States”
Oct. 29, 2020—Philip J. Pettis was awarded a research grant from the Tides Center for his project, titled “I feel like I have to be a Super Jew to Prove Myself”: The Role of Reflected Appraisals on Identity Work Among Jews of Color.
Oct. 12, 2020—Prof. Mariano Sana publishes in International Migration Review “Public Opinion on Refugee Policy in the United States, 1938-2019: Increasing Support for Refugees and the Sympathy Effect“.
Sep. 18, 2020—Grad student Cleothia Frazier is awarded a Professional Development and Training Grant from the Russell G. Hamilton Graduate Leadership Development Institute.