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Poli sci grad student finds talking “like a man” is part of Clinton’s political strategy http://ow.ly/ZsuS303ASX1
“It's not what you say, it's how you say it.'” Most of us have heard the adage, which typically calls to mind inauthentic apologies or other conversational wrongdoings. But political science graduate student Jennifer Jones believes that her recently published study provides scientific evidence ...
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Why are we so afraid to leave children alone? UCI study published by Collabra, University of California Press finds moral judgments about parents affect perceptions of risk http://ow.ly/f0WT303vBvB
Leaving a child unattended is considered taboo in today's intensive parenting atmosphere, despite evidence that American children are safer than ever. So why are parents denying their children the same freedom and independence that they themselves enjoyed as children? A new study by University ...
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Social Sciences Spikers are headed to the playoffs! ZOT! :)
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The Social Sciences Spikers had their best season yet in the staff volleyball league, posting a record 3 wins/2 losses as they head into next week's playoffs. The league - created in 1995 - is open to faculty and staff teams with summer games played during lunch hours in the Anteater Recreation ...
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New faculty feature: Ying-Ying Lee, UCI Economics http://ow.ly/Oa383032quG video https://youtu.be/8AzBy8e1fOM
Ying-Ying Lee, economics assistant professor, studies welfare effects of tuition subsidy programs. In particular, she develops an econometric model that allows for more accurate inference using interval-valued income. She finds teenagers in India given a hypothetical tuition subsidy will have a ...
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Am Sociological Assn award-winning book finds education of 2nd&3rd gen Mexican Americans suffers when parents can’t legalize http://ow.ly/Xg29302KwBS
Educational attainment has historically been linked to a whole host of positive outcomes – from higher incomes to lower crime rates to better health. But for the children and grandchildren of Mexican immigrants who never legalize, years of schooling lag their peers as much as 2.3 years, ...
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UCI prof’s research says Brazil’s air pollution can be lethal for infants and elderly. More: http://ow.ly/I6BC302KvgW
Paulina Oliva, economics associate professor, studies effects of air pollution on health, particularly among low- and middle-income populations. Her research shows that high levels of air pollution can be especially lethal to vulnerable populations in low- and middle-income countries such as ...
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NEW Symposium of @JLeeSoc's award winning book
#AsianAmericanAchievementParadox @ERSjournal http://bit.ly/aaap_ers
The Asian American Achievement Paradox has won three book awards from the American Sociological Association: the Pierre Bourdieu Award from the Section of Education; the Thomas and Znaniecki Award from the Section on International Migration; and the Best Book Award from the Asia and Asian ...
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UCI poli sci professor Davin Phoenix takes on voting rights in this Ask a Leader podcast http://askaleader.com/?p=755
UCI political scientist professor Davin Phoenix returns to take up voting right themes amidst some distressing drumbeats of voter intimidation, as the country's general election this fall draws nearer and the racial divide opens wider. The next classes that he will be teaching will be during the ...
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Pam Kelley ’89 takes readers on a lawyer’s twisty road to redemption in new legal thriller http://ow.ly/OXe2303frjO
When a sudden stroke takes the life of his long-time law partner and mentor, attorney Mike Girardi finds himself as the new lead on a case involving a shady multimillion-dollar lawsuit against the U.S. government. Set in south Orange County's Newport Beach, The Crooked Elm Partnership - a legal ...
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Snow leading study to measure cost of homelessness to OC cities http://ow.ly/1SQ6303301H ACC-OC UC Irvine Sociology
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Tesler: Trump is the first modern Republican to win the nomination based on racial prejudice Washington Post http://ow.ly/Vudd302T0ym
Trump took the Republican Party's implicit racial appeals and made them explicit.
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'16 anthro & future physician recognized by The White House for dedication to fair, compassionate health care for all http://bit.ly/2aeU40D
Two questions come to mind when chatting with new anthropology alumnus Matine Azadian: First, how does one turn an anthropology degree into a career in medicine? And second, why would someone choose such an unconventional—and seemingly more complicated—path? Azadian—a 2016 UCI graduate—seems to ...
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