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January 15, 2014
by John Grady Visual sociology enters the mainstream. Here's how…
November 25, 2013
SAVING THE CHILDREN by John Grady This photograph is an instance of misery and takes us back to a day in 1909 where, next to a plank house on a rough wooden porch, and somewhere in America, a mother grieved and a baby was being prepared for burial.
November 25, 2013
by John Grady Life expectancy could be lowered by war, disease, famine, or a cataclysmic natural event. Conversely, our lives could be extended by improvements in living standards, medical care, and healthier lifestyles. For Americans, the big take away story from this chart is that the good far outweighs the bad.
November 16, 2013
By A. Javier Trevino Studying sociology usually means that you will be dealing with many issues that are troubling, harmful, and just plain distressing. As such, it is understandable that you may feel that “it’s all bad news,” that something needs to be done, that things need to change. But how?
October 11, 2013
Advertisements are important social and cultural documents. A representative sample often reflects a society’s concerns and values as accurately as well-executed surveys. But how is this possible?
July 3, 2013
By John Grady and Karen McCormack.
After the tragic shooting in Newtown, the issue of regulating gun ownership became a topic of hot debate across the country… at least for a while anyway.
June 14, 2013
By John Grady
On the first Friday of every month the American Media goes nuts! What they do is as predictable as clock work and just about as insightful. Their exercise in panic wouldn’t be such a big deal except that it tends to freak out Wall Street and unnecessarily confuses the American public.