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Charlotta Stern on Gender Sociology’s Problems: Half Hour of Heterodoxy #37

An interview with Charlotta Stern, sociologist at Stockholm University, about the problem of biological sex differences being neglected in gender sociology. Charlotta is the author of Undoing insularity: A small study of gender sociology’s big problems and Does political ideology hinder insight on gender and labor markets? Her research has focused on social movement dynamics, labor market stratification, and on the political views of professors.

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Using The Flip Side in the Classroom

Annafi Wahed is the founder and EIC of The Flip Side. Readers can follow Annafi and The Flip Side on Twitter @AnnafiWahed, @KnowTheFlipSide In today’s hyper-partisan world, it’s a small comfort to know that Democrats and Republicans at least agree about their disagreements. In a recent survey, 81% of Republicans and Republican-leaning independents and 76%..

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Silencing Fellow Citizens: Conceptualization, Measurement, and Validation of a Scale for Measuring the Belief in the Importance of Actively Silencing Others

Sean Stevens is Heterodox Academy’s Research Director. He has a PhD in social psychology from Rutgers University. A spate of recent publications have focused on the construct of self-censorship (e.g., here, here, and here), extending and expanding the work of Andrew Hayes and his colleagues (e.g., here, here, and here). New research by Yariv Tsfati and..

Why are nondiscrimination statements not diverse?

Why Are Nondiscrimination Statements Not Diverse?

David Rozado is a Senior Lecturer in the College of Enterprise and Development at Otago Polytechnic (New Zealand). The term diversity can be operationalized demographically (in terms of race, gender, nationality and the like) or intellectually (in terms of viewpoints, beliefs, political opinion and the like) (Duarte et al. 2014). Numerous studies have shown the..

Trigger Warning: Empirical Evidence Ahead

Trigger Warning: Empirical Evidence Ahead

Payton Jones is a doctoral student in the Department of Psychology at Harvard University. Readers can follow him on Twitter @paytonjjones Every year, thousands of individuals receive trigger warnings on college campuses, on social media, and even in casual conversation. The vast majority of these individuals do not have any form of PTSD. What is the..