Meet the Social Breakdown Podcast (Meiser, Patumsinchai & Bird)

Episode 5 November 20, 2019 00:35:13
Meet the Social Breakdown Podcast (Meiser, Patumsinchai & Bird)
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Meet the Social Breakdown Podcast (Meiser, Patumsinchai & Bird)
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Show Notes

Today, we meet the gang from a great teaching-oriented sociology podcast, The Social Breakdown, and the three University of Hawaii sociologists who developed it: Ellen Meiser, Penn Patumsinchai, and Omar Bird. We talk about their show, and academic podcasting more generally.

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Used from Social Breakdown producers. Fair use.

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