Department of Sociology Podcasts

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Cees van der Eijk on “Contextualising Research Methods 1:01:09 Read by Cees van der Eijk
Chris Zorn on ’Big Data' in the Social Sciences 1:06:18 Read by Chris Zorn
John Fox on R software for teaching quantitative methods to social science stude… 1:18:13 Read by John Fox
Robert Johns on SPSS and Stata software for teaching quantitative methods to soc… 51:23 Read by Robert Johns
Wendy Olsen on teaching quantitative methods to social science students 58:39 Read by Wendy Olsen
Robert Andersen on teaching quantitative methods to social science students 1:01:46 Read by Robert Andersen
Sean Carey on teaching quantitative methods to social science students 1:31:39 Read by Sean Carey
Andrew Gelman on teaching quantitative methods to social science students 58:09 Read by Andrew Gelman
Intergenerational relationships: Does grandparental childcare pay off? 53:41 Read by Valeria Bordone
Andy Field on teaching quantitative methods to social science students 57:59 Read by Andy Field
Anti-politics in action: Do European protesters hate formal politics more than t… 1:17:57 Read by Clare Saunders
The Endtimes of Human Rights 1:19:41 Read by Stephen Hopgood
Manfred te Grotenhuis on teaching quantitative methods to social science student… 43:19 Read by Manfred te Grotenhuis
Updating what we know about intergenerational time and money transfers in the U.… 1:16:57 Read by Suzanne Bianchi
Identifying age, period and cohort effects: Are the new methods really better? 1:09:43 Read by David Voas
Is there 'White Flight?' in England? Why Whites in Homogeneous English Wards Are… 1:05:38 Read by Eric Kaufmann
Solving the Mona Lisa Smile, and Other Developments in Micro-empirical sociology 1:05:15 Read by Randall Collins
A cooperative species: Human reciprocity and its evolution (Astor Visiting Lectu… 1:31:08 Read by Sam Bowles
Changing Relationships: The Role of Cohabitation 1:10:11 Read by Tiziano Nazio
Issue Attention and Demobilization: How Social Movements shape the Policy Agenda… 1:16:10 Read by David Pettinicchio
Understanding Conspiracy Theories Sociologically: Anti-Semitic Rhetoric about Dö… 1:07:59 Read by Turkay Nefes
Laura Stoker on teaching quantitative methods to social science students 51:54 Read by Laura Stoker
Income inequality and personality- Are more equal US States more agreeable? 1:17:14 Read by Robert de Vries
Does Shame Always Go Hand in Hand With Poverty? Answers From an International Co… 1:16:56 Read by Robert Walker
Crimes in (social) Contexts: The Influence of Police Legitimacy on Offending Beh… 1:10:17 Read by Ben Bradford
Alan Agresti on teaching quantitative methods to social science students 41:38 Read by Alan Agresti
Paul Kellstedt on teaching quantitative methods to political science students 58:00 Read by Paul Kellstedt
Negative Intergroup Contact: Causes and Consequences 35:00 Read by Eva Jaspers
The Combat Soldier: Infantry Tactics and Cohesion in the Twentieth and Twenty-fi… 1:09:09 Read by Anthony King
Bill Jacoby on teaching quantitative methods to political science students 1:33:55 Read by William G Jacoby
Political Epistemics: The Secret Police, the Opposition, and the End of East Ger… 1:12:11 Read by Andreas Glaeser
The Tea Party and the Remaking of Republican Conservatism 1:03:09 Read by Theda Skocpol
Focal points, endogenous processes and exogenous shocks in the autism epidemic 1:08:46 Read by Ka Yuet Liu
Childbearing across partnerships 1:12:15 Read by Elizabeth Thomson
Social mobility, marriage and societal openness in Great Britain, 1949-2006 1:11:01 Read by Colin Mills
Structural and exchange mobility in Britain and the USA: 1870-1970 1:09:59 Read by Mike Hout
Determinants and consequences of the recognition of education among immigrants i… 1:11:05 Read by Irena Kogan
Modeling individual-level heterogeneity in racial residential segregation 40:47 Read by Yu Xie
Rethinking Social Capital 1:00:36 Read by Mario Small
A new method for determining why length of life is more unequal in some societie… 1:13:03 Read by Glenn Firebaugh
Peer effects, mobility, and innovation: evidence from the superstars of modern a… 1:12:05 Read by Christiane Hellmanzik
Individual notions of distributive justice and relative economic status 1:08:22 Read by Luis Miller
Ethnic, socioeconomic, linguistic, and political sources of ideational cleavage:… 1:13:34 Read by Ted Gerber
Regional integration and welfare-state convergence in Europe 42:33 Read by Jason Beckfield
Crossnational similarity and difference in the changing distribution of househol… 52:33 Read by Arthur Alderson
The gender revolution: uneven and stalled 39:57 Read by Paula England
Ethnic stratification in Chinas labor markets- the case of Xinjiang Uyghur Auton… 47:04 Read by Xiaogang Wu
The Effect of Maternal Stress on Birth Outcomes: Exploiting a Natural Experiment 54:43 Read by Florencia Torche
School Racial Composition and Racial Preferences for Friends among Adolescents 40:14 Read by Jennifer Flashman
Gendered Divisions of Labour and the Intergenerational Transmission of Inequalit… 53:41 Read by Jonathan Gershuny
Public Attitudes to Poverty, Inequality and Welfare: What are the Implications f… 37:57 Read by Tim Horton
Prenatal Health, Educational Attainment and Intergenerational Inequality 49:05 Read by Juho Härkönen
How Much Does Family Matter? A Cross-Cultural Study of the Impact of Kin on Birt… 39:46 Read by Rebecca Sear
Is IQ a "Fundamental Cause" of Health? Cognitive Ability, Gender, and Survival 51:05 Read by Robert M Hauser