Category Archives: Sociology

The Rise of Residential Segregation by Income The trend of residential segregation by ethnicity in the United States is well-documented. Some may be less familiar with the situation as regards residential segregation by income, but this report from the Pew Research Center is quite revealing. Written … Continue reading

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Everyday Sociology Originally created for students and teachers of Sociology, this blog is informative and quite accessible for those familiarizing themselves with the field. Visitors will find its pledge to “keep things interesting” refreshing. The pledge is accomplished by ensuring that … Continue reading

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Africa Map

AfricaMap Spatial data analysis is an important tool for geographers, planners, sociologists, and others, and this well-designed site by the Center for Geographic Analysis at Harvard University will be a real boon to anyone with an interest in Africa. … Continue reading

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Working Class Movement Library

Working Class Movement Library Based in Salford in the United Kingdom, the Working Class Movement Library offers a “unique collection capturing the stories and struggles of ordinary people’s efforts to improve their world.” First-time visitors should click on the … Continue reading

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