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sociology blogs that you should read

Need something to read? Here are some sociology blogs to check out:

  • Scatterplot– one of the oldest group blogs in sociology and updates a few times a month
  • American Resistance by Dana Fisher – political sociology posts by one of the best in the field
  • Mobilizing Ideas by Notre Dame sociology – all the best in social movements research
  • Culture, Cognition, and Action by Omar Lizardo and Michael Strand – new blog on culture and social psychology
  • Politics Outside by David Meyer – social activism research posts by one of the masters
  • Contexts – blog of Contexts Magazine. We bring you great pubic sociology.
  • The Sociological Eye by Randall Collins – one of sociology’s leading thinkers writing solid essays
  • Kieran Healy Blog – our old friend still blogs away with A+ data visualization
  • Code and Culture – Gabriel Rossman on culture, data analysis, and programming
  • Family Inequality by Philip N. Cohen – the latest on family, demography and more

Let’s celebrate great sociological writing – what other blogs are out there?

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Written by fabiorojas

May 11, 2020 at 3:30 pm

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  1. Understanding Society by Daniel Little

    Made in America by Claude Fischer

    Baptiste Coulmont has a cool blog (
    here). It’s in French, but even on-francophones can understand the interesting graphics he often posts.

    Like

    Jay Livingston

    May 27, 2020 at 5:25 pm


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