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May 14 2021 | Vox
"As President Joe Biden prepares for the next phase of America’s Covid-19 vaccine rollout, there’s one strategy he should seriously consider: staying quiet.   As it stands, the big holdout group for vaccines is Republicans. 'The biggest predictor of vaccine hesitancy is party identification,' Robb...
In a polarized nation, a dose of partisan public health messaging can be more effective.
How negative stereotypes about men and women creep into a process intended to be meritocratic. A take-charge attitude at work typically earns men positive performance reviews, but for women, assertiveness only gets them so far. Although workplace evaluations are supposed to be merit-based, gender...
Apr 20 2021 | Los Angeles Times
"One of the biggest challenges in fighting the COVID-19 pandemic over the last year has been political polarization on public health measures — whether it’s the shuttering of stores, physical distancing or mask wearing — and vaccines are no exception." Click here to read the full article in the LA...
Apr 10 2021 | The Economist
America tries to figure out a fairer way to select students Sidelining standardised tests won’t make college admissions fairer
Mar 11 2021 | Stanford News
Stanford sociologist uncovers the hidden side of pandemic life Over the past year, the American Voices Project has documented how Americans are experiencing the COVID-19 crisis – from incapacitating anxiety to extraordinary fortitude even in the most harrowing circumstances.
Feb 8 2021 | MEL Magazine
Are You Less Sexist Than Most Guys? You’d Be Surprised New research offers a few clues why male ‘feminists’ and ‘allies’ are often the worst offenders — and the lies they tell themselves to rationalize it Are you less sexist than most men? 
Jan 27 2021 | The Atlantic
The Pandemic Has Erased Entire Categories of Friendship There’s a reason you miss the people you didn’t even know that well.
Jan 7 2021 | The New York Times
How to Stop Evictions From Further Ruining Lives Americans who default on their rent may find it hard to escape lasting effects on their financial future.
Jan 6 2021 | The Nation
Unequal Before the Law How did we end up with our current system of public defenders?