Our publisher, SAGE, is now conducting podcast interviews with authors of articles in SAGE journals, including Contexts. From now on, we’ll be mixing these SAGE-conducted interviews in with the usual Contexts-produced podcasts, and they’ll be doing the same over on their site. It’s a win-win: more Contexts podcasts.
We’re kicking off this collaboration with Natalie Katz from SAGE interviewing Colby King and Matt Cazessus about their Summer 2012 article, Small Town, Big Totem.
Lilia Raileanu and Ying-Chao Kao interview Janice Irvine from the University of Massachusets on how IRBs threaten research on sexuality. Check out Irvine’s article in the Spring 2012 issue of Contexts Can’t Ask, Can’t Tell: How Institutional Review Boards Keep Sex in the Closet, as well as her book, Talk About Sex: The Battles over Sex Education in the United States.
On this inaugural episode of the all new Contexts Podcast, Jessica Streeter speaks with Henry H. Brownstein and Timothy M. Mulcahy, co-authors of the Winter 2012 Contexts feature, Home Cooking: Marketing Meth.
To learn more about this research, check out NORC’s Dynamics of Dynamics of Methamphetamine Markets.
Keep your eye on contexts.org for more great interviews soon!