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  El XIX Congreso Mundial de Sociología ha debatido en Toronto sobre el tema ‘Poder, violencia y justicia: reflexiones, respuestas y responsabilidades’. Si ya sabemos cuáles son las causas del hambre, de la injusticia, de la violencia, del dolor, ¿cómo es posible que sigamos haciendo...

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Public Sociology

Academic Affirmative Action Is a Really Bad Idea. Here’s Why

  If professors like Elizabeth Warren want to be taken seriously, then they should admit what every academic knows: race matters. In 2003, with my doctoral dissertation approved and my...

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Social and Economic Inequalities

Should We Care About Inequality?

  Since Occupy Wall Street, “inequality” has emerged as a central theme of progressive politics. Is that a good thing? Following the sensational success of Thomas Piketty’s Capital in the...

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Gender and Human Rights

Want less poverty in the world? Empower women.

  A new book explains why gender equality is key to economic prosperity. The single greatest antidote to poverty and social stagnation is the emancipation of women. Wherever this has...

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Social Justice & Democratization

Can American Democracy Come Back?

  America’s ideals of freedom, democracy, and justice for all may never have been fully realized, but now they are under open attack. Democracy has become rule of, by, and...

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