Tag Archives: gender

Notes on Paying for the Party

Paying for the Party: How College Maintains Inequality is a powerful, carefully researched, and ultimately furious work of social science. Its target is higher education – specifically, how female students make it through large public research universities, and how they … Continue reading

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American social media users, the latest Pew info

Which Americans are using social media, and how?  The excellent Pew Internet and American Life Project updates us with useful information, especially for educators. Some traditional patterns persist, such as youth being a strong indicator of social media use, and … Continue reading

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