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Annex Sociology Podcast
Queens Podcast Lab
The Annex is a podcast for academic sociologists. We discuss ideas, news, and research of interest to the academic sociology community.
Annex Sociology Podcast
Structural Sexism and Religion (Patricia Homan)
In this episode, Daniel Morrison sits down with Patricia Homan (Florida State University) to discuss the impact of structural sexism on the wellbeing of religiously active people. Patricia published "Structural Sexism and Health in the United States: A New Perspective on Health Inequality and the Gender System" in the American Sociological Review, and recently followed it up in the same journal with "When Religion Hurts: Structural Sexism and Health in Religious Congregations." Credit. By J. L. Nichols - The file was scanned in from a reprint of a book called Safe Counsel, or Practical Eugenics, a public domain book from 1928 by B. G. Jefferis and J. L. Nichols. Reprint was from "Intext Press", which reissues public domain books, and the reprint is ISBN 0-88444-010-9., Public Domain, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=27683644
Christian Nationalism (Perry & Perrin)
On today's Annex, we discuss the Christian nationalism and the sociology of religion with Samuel Perry (University of Oklahoma) and Robin Perrin (Pepperdine). Host Daniel Morrison (Abilene Christian) Photo Credit. By Ttacit - I took this photo myself at the location, CC BY-SA 3.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=48386117 IWBbtZzP8W3FC0qBHC0X
A More Radical Sociology (Michelle Jackson)
In today's episode, we discuss the need for a more radical sociology with Michelle Jackson from Stanford. Michelle authored the book Manifesto for a Dream: Inequality, Constraint, and Radical Reform (Stanford). Hosts are Joseph Cohen (CUNY Queens College) and Daniel Morrison (Abeline Christian). Photo Credits. By Rhododendrites - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=62338586
Police & Race (Roscigno, Prieto-Hodge & Ture)
In this episode, we discuss the complicated relationship between the police and the African-American community. Our guests are Vincent Roscigno (Ohio State), Kayla Prieto-Hodge (Rutgers Camden), and Kalfani Ture (Quinnipiac). Photo Credit. Alvin C. Krupnick Co, photographer. Truck on street near Litan Hotel carrying soldiers and African Americans during Tulsa, Okla., race riot in. Oklahoma Tulsa, 1921. Photograph. https://www.loc.gov/item/95517748/.
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Danger and Police Culture (Sierra-Arevalo)
In this episode of The Annex, we discuss how conceptions of danger influence police culture with Michael Sierra-Arevalo (University of Texas, Austin). Sierra-Arevalo recently published "American Policing and the Danger Imperative" in Law and Society. Photo Credit. Bain News Service, Publisher. Police, Bayonne strike. , 1916. [?] Photograph. https://www.loc.gov/item/2014702988/.
Applied Sociology (Karen Albright)
It has been a very tough decade for the sociology job market, and faculty jobs are getting tougher to land. At the same time, doctoral students often feel discouraged from pursuing a career outside of the academy. One viable response may be to reconsider old attitudes about a career in applied sociology. In this episode, we discuss the applied field with Karen Albright, former President of the Associate for Applied and Clinical Sociology and former Chair of the ASA's Section on Sociological Practice and Public Sociology. Photo Credit. Assembly line at the Ford Motor Company's Highland Park plant. Highland Park Michigan, ca. 1913. Photograph. https://www.loc.gov/item/2011661021/.
Cults (2 of 2) (Craig Rawlings)
This episode is the second installment of our two-part series on the Sociology of Cults. If you missed our first episode with Rick Moore, catch it here. In today's episode, we strike at the heart of our interests in cults with a talk about group pressures on belief systems with Craig Rawlings of Duke University. Craig recently published "Cognitive Authority and the Constraint of Attitude Change in Groups" in American Sociological Review. Photo Credits. By Jonestown Institute, Attribution, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=12374156
Cults (Part 1 of 2) (Rick Moore)
This is the first in a two-part series on the Sociology of Cults. Our first episode examines the concept of New Religious Movements in sociology. My guest is Rick Moore from Washington University of St Louis. Photo Credit. By Source (WP:NFCC#4), Fair use, https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?curid=1588349
Loneliness (Margolis & Torres)
On today's episode of the The Annex , we look at the topic of loneliness from a sociological perspective. Our guests are Rachel Margolis (Western University) and Stacey Torres (University of California, San Francisco). Rachel is a demographer and sociologist whose specialties include gerontology, kinship, and social relations. She recently co-published "Measuring Older Adult Loneliness Across Countries" in The Journals of Gerontology, Series B. Stacey Torres is an ethnographer whose expertise includes aging, social relations, and local community. She recently published "On Elastic Ties: Distance and Intimacy in Social Relationships" in Sociological Science. Photo Credit. "A fairy moon and a lonely shore". Japan, None. [Between 1890 and 1940] Photograph. https://www.loc.gov/item/2008680225/.
Rating British Departments (JP Pardo-Guerra)
In this episode of The Annex Sociology Podcast, we discuss the British system of evaluating departments' scholarly productivity with JP Pardo-Guerra from the University of California, San Diego. JP recently authored "Research Metrics, Labor Markets, and Epistimc Change: Evidence from Britain, 1970 - 2018". Pardo-Guerra explains how the system works, and how it shapes intellectual production. Special guest co-host Charles Gomez (CUNY Queens College). Photo Credit. By Michael D Beckwith - Own workAlternative: https://unsplash.com/photos/whvzQn_11Vc Michael D Beckwith, CC0, https://commons.wikimedia.org/w/index.php?curid=59421390