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? ┬áThe 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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