Annex Sociology Podcast

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Latest Episodes

May 09, 2022 00:46:11

Religion in the Lives of Teens and Young Adults (Josh Packard)

In today's episode of The Annex Sociology Podcast, host Daniel Morrison (Abilene Christian University) sits down with Josh Packard (Springtide Research) to discuss teens' and young adults' changing relationship with religion, their wellbeing, and alt-ac careers. Photo Credit. By MonstreDélicat - Own work, CC BY-SA 4.0, ...


April 25, 2022 01:15:10

Inequality, White Ignorance, and Public Sociology (Jennifer Mueller)

In today's episode of The Annex Sociology Podcast, host Daniel Morrison (Abilene Christian) sits down with Jennifer C. Mueller of Skidmore College. Prof. Mueller recently published (with DyAnna Washington) "Anticipating White Futures: The Ends-Based Orientation of White Thinking" in Symbolic Interaction. Photo Credit. Whistler, James Mcneill, Artist. Merit its own reward, or, The best man leads off the squad. West Point New York, 1852. Photograph. ...


April 18, 2022 01:18:21

Food Deserts (Ken Kolb)

In this episode, we discuss unequal access to healthy food, activitism, and public policy with Ken Kolb (Furman University). Ken is the author of Retail Inequality: Reframing the Food Desert Debate (University of California Press). ...


April 04, 2022 01:04:08

Media Framings of the War on Drugs (Rosino)

In today's episode of the Annex, Daniel Morrison (Abilene Christian) sits down with Michael Rosino (Molloy College) to discuss media framing and the War on Drugs. Michael is the author of Debating the Drug War: Race, Politics, and the Media (Routledge, 2021). Photo Credit. By U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration -, Public Domain, ...


March 14, 2022 00:49:15

Conspiracy Theories and Conspiracy Entrepreneurs (Hyzen & Van den Bulck)

Today's episode of The Annex Sociology Podcast features a discussion about conspiracy theories and conspiracy entrepreneurs with Aaron Hyzen (University of Antwerp) and Hilde Van den Bulck (Drexel University). They recently published "Conspiracies, Ideological Entrepreneurs, and Digital Popular Culture" in Media and Communications. Photo Credit. By 911conspiracy -[email protected]/2220050399/, CC BY 2.0, ...


March 07, 2022 00:47:00

Posting Ivermectin Research to SocArXiv (Cohen & Pardo-Guerra)

In this episode of The Annex Sociology Podcast, we discuss a recent controversy surrounding SocArXiv's takedown of a working paper on the effectiveness of Ivermectin in treating COVID. We speak with SocArXiv Director Philip Cohen (University of Maryland) and JP Pardo-Guerra (University of California, San Diego), who raised concerns about the paper on Twitter. ...