Politics & Society

Class Did Matter in the Election, But Not in the Way We Expected

The problem in understanding Donald Trump’s election may be our simplistic expectations rather than how the working class actually voted.

Religion & Theology

Christian Terror in Europe?

While anxieties about so-called Islamic terror are widespread, far less light is shone on the theologies of the rising contemporary European far right – but it’s more important than ever to critically examine how right-wing extremists promote their ideology through the recourse to religious vocabularies.

Politics & Society

What is Internet Sociology and Why Does it Matter?

Since no single theory can deliver suitable answers to the questions that the digital revolution has brought up, Internet Sociology uses a wide range of tools to explore the relation between the internet and society.

Politics & Society

Why States Should Raise the Minimum Wage Right Now

Research shows that individuals living in states that have raised the minimum wage are more likely to report being happy or satisfied with their lives – and the increase in happiness for low-income workers does not come at the expense of middle or upper income workers.

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