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The Department of Sociology is pleased to announce that Matthew Clair is the recipient of the 2022 Ruth Shonle Cavan Young Scholar Award. The prestigious award is given to recognize outstanding scholarly contributions to the discipline…

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How can the U.S. help prevent more political violence?
Our research found two strategies that may help restore general social disapproval of attacks such as the one against Nancy Pelosi’s husband
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How to Save Democracy

A new study gives clues for how to fix America’s political culture.

By David A. Graham

 

Click here to read the full article in The Atlantic