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Jun 16 2017 | New York Times
Robb Willer's research on embarrassment discussed in the New York Times.
Jun 15 2017
Sociologist Doug McAdam examined 40 years of research and theory on social movements in an attempt to determine why a sustained grassroots movement on climate change has not developed in the United States. Numerous public opinion polls show that Americans believe climate change is a major problem...
Jun 8 2017
Congratulations to Cristobal Young who is the co-winner of the 2017 Granovetter Award for Best Article in Economic Sociology for his paper “Millionaire Migration and Taxation of the Elite: Evidence from Administrative Data,” given by the Economic Sociology Section of the American Sociological...
May 12 2017
Congratulations to Shelley Correll who has been awarded the 2017 Feminist Mentor Award by Sociologists for Women in Society (SWS), a non-profit feminist professional organization dedicated to promoting social justice.
Apr 26 2017
USC Gould Professor Emily Ryo Awarded Prestigious Andrew Carnegie Fellowship Continue reading on USC Gould News Webpage    
Apr 7 2017 | STANFORD NEWS
A new study shows that people who were encouraged to judge each other’s morals cooperated better in groups.
Apr 6 2017 | Stanford News
A group of Stanford experts are encouraging more researchers who study social interaction to conduct studies that examine online environments and use big data. The internet dominates our world and each one of us is leaving a larger digital footprint as more time passes. Those footprints are ripe...
Feb 19 2017 | The New York Times
McAdam and Willer referenced in NYTimes article on Trump protests
Feb 18 2017 | Washington Post
Robb Willer's op-ed on protest tactics in the Washington Post
Feb 16 2017 | Stanford News
A new report from Stanford’s Walter H. Shorenstein Asia-Pacific Research Center suggests that aspects of the Trans-Pacific Partnership should be retained when negotiating new bilateral agreements. Stanford scholars are encouraging the new administration to consider steps to alleviate the...