Winter 2023 Table of Contents
- “Fight or Flight for America,” by Parker Muzzerall.
- “The Moral Appeal of McDonald’s,” by Parker Muzzerall.
- “Anchored in Hypermasculine Orgs,” by Rose Xueqing Zhang.
- “Policing Community Complaints,” by Sophie X. Liu.
- “Food Insecurity Triggering Migration,” by Sophie X. Liu.
- “Who’s Lonely?” by Rose Xueqing Zhang.
- “TransJoy,” by Sophie X. Liu.
- “Professors, We (Still) Need You!” Amin Ghaziani interviews Pulitzer Prize winner Nicholas Kristof about the state of social science in news and policy.
- “Diaper Despair and Deflecting Inequalities,” by Jennifer Randles and Jennifer Sherman. How class blindness undermines collective solutions to collective problems–and creates a situation that just plain stinks.
- “Child Removal Fears and Black Mothers’ Medical Decision-Making,” by Deanna Y. Smith and Alexus Roane. Fear of state punishment joins medical mistrust and experiences of discrimination as Black women consider whether and where to seek medical care for themselves and their children.
- “Aisle Inequality,” by Sarah Mayorga, Megan R. Underhill, and Lauren Crosser. When a simple trip to the grocery store is anything but, the reality of unequal choices forces us to rethink the American notion that consumption is freedom.
- “From Matamoros to Reynosa: Migrant Camps on the U.S.-Mexico Border,” by Bertha Alicia Bermudez Tapia. Inside the migrant camps emerging and being erased at the U.S.-Mexico border, we glimpse liminal lives crafted by punitive immigration policy yet sustained by hope.
- “Caught in the Dragnet: How Punitive Immigration Laws Harm Immigrant Community Helpers,” by Stephanie L. Canizales. Legal violence, or the effects of an intertwining of immigration and criminal law, harms asylum seekers and immigrants, as well as the U.S. attorneys, social workers, health professionals, and advocates who help them.
- “Heterosex on Campus: Laced with Double-Binds,” by Chiara Elena Cooper. Interviews with race- and class-privileged college students reveal a web of double-binds and compromises–and a whole lot of unwanted sex.
- “Globalizing the City Creative,” by David Schalliol and Michael Carriere. DIY activists creating change in communities around the world.
- “Nigerian Intermarriage: Making Black Diversity Visible,” by Karen Amaka Okigbo.
- “So Shut Up and Listen to Us!” by Neeraja Kolloju.
- “Working from Home: Before and After the Pandemic,” by Hilary Silver.
- “How We Define Mass Shootings Shapes What We Can Learn about Them,” by Melanie Brazzell, Tara Leigh Tober, and Tristan Bridges.
- “American Racism,” by Iddo Tavory.
- “Improving Communication Access for Children with Incarcerated Parents,” by Sarah Jensen, Kaitlyn Pritzl, Pajarita Charles, Margaret Kerr, and Julie Poehlmann.
- “The Case for Drug War Reparations,” by Jessica Flanigan and Christopher Freiman.
one thing i know:
- “A Promise of Care,” by Steven W. Thrasher.