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This article examines gender stratification in sociology by analyzing how the subject was presented to undergraduates at Harvard and Radcliffe from the late nineteenth century to the mid-1940s. Data for relevant courses in economics and social ethics, as well as sociology, demonstrate that women...
The purpose of this article is to conduct a social-psychological analysis of C. Wright Mills and his “Hispanic writings.” I demonstrate how Mills's social-psychological theoretical framework, as articulated in Character and Social Structure, is attendant in his comments on Latinos and Latin...
This article—the text of a talk given to faculty and students at the University of California, San Diego—summarizes the reflections of a veteran editor on the present challenge of publishing in the social sciences. This challenge is framed in terms of the cross-disciplinary opportunities in the...
An expedition is planned for highly detailed remote sensing of the physical and environmental aspects of planet Earth. However, the possibilities of such remote sensing for social and political research have been largely overlooked by sociologists. Remote sensing is a potentially revolutionary...
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