In Blueprint: The Evolutionary Origins of a Good Society, Nicholas Christakis says natural selection "prewires" us for peaceful co-existence.
The Yale Professor Attacked by Angry Students Over Halloween Costumes Believes Evolution Wants Us To Get Along
In Blueprint: The Evolutionary Origins of a Good Society, Nicholas Christakis says our common humanity outweighs divisive tribalism.
The world didn't just lose a transformative prose stylist. We lost our guide who still explains the contemporary world.
Are Vegan Men Just Reinforcing Their White Masculine Power? A Sociologist Thinks So, But I'm Skeptical
"I find their performances of masculinity often defy the conventional feminization of meatless diets."
This Sociology Professor Insists Australia Isn't a Country and Failed a Student For Saying Otherwise
"Australia is a continent; it is not a country."
Techno-panic finds a new target in Jean Twenge's "Have Smartphones Destroyed a Generation?"
Another candidate drops out.
Halloween is over. Time for the annual Unraveling of the Tampered-Candy Pranks.
Americans increasingly want and expect adult supervision
One criminologist's reaction: "This report should calm the fears that many people have that these numbers are out of control."
Also, some of you are scared of clowns.
A tale of two narratives.
It's past time for gays and lesbians to be given the opportunity to wed. The evidence suggests that they will do no worse in marriage than their fellow heterosexual citizens have done.
A new bottle for some old data.
Public hysteria isn't the problem.
Decoding a new crime study
This goes deeper than the rise of the warrior cop.
The dynamics of radical politics.
The rationality of crowds.
Down on the collective gold farm.
Kurt Lewin's experiment in leadership styles: the movie
And why people think mass shootings are more common than they actually are
From the mass-shootings panic to the "knockout" panic
Exploding the myths about the paranoid tales we tell.