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Sociological studies stress how state legibility serves as a form of control. Often overlooked is how states differ in their will to control and how this difference shapes legibility projects. To account for this variation, this article proposes a three-dimensional analytical framework to study...
Why do we judge workplace contestation as right or wrong—and how does such moral judgment change? Classic theorizations of the “moral economy” assume an antinomy between moral life and markets to explain coercive protest. Recent research points instead to the interconnection of morality and...
Using a probability-based sample from 39 U.S. states from a general health survey, the author evaluates popular claims of a “transgender tipping point” by estimating probabilities of identifying as transgender and gender nonconforming among cohorts of respondents born between 1935 and 2001....
This article presents how global governance went viral as its targets moved from sovereign to corporate entities and its source from multilateral financial institutions to domestic U.S. institutions. It argues that viral governance describes how the United States rewrote global rules through its...
The equity-efficiency trade-off and cumulative return theories predict larger returns to school spending in areas with higher previous investment in children. Equity—not efficiency—is therefore used to justify progressive school funding: spending more in communities with fewer financial...
Research on the relationship between categorical unconventionality and popularity has produced mixed results. While many accounts suggest that unconventionality is penalized, much sociological theorizing indicates that success comes from a delicate balancing act between conventional and...
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