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The Neighborhood Sociologist

Rod Graham

A newsletter using a sociological imagination to talk about society, culture, and politics.

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Latest Issues

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Diverse diversity

Three-time Super Bowl champion Harrison Butker is now more famous for his off-the-field behavior than his on-field behavior. The 28-year-old kicker from Georgia made some controversial comments as the commencement speaker at Benedictine Col...

a month ago

The reason why so many people are pro-Palestinian

The Israel-Hamas war has been at the top of national headlines for months now. The war began last year on October 7th. The terrorist group Hamas launched a surprise attack on Israel from the Gaza Strip. The attack resulted in more than 1200...

a month ago

A Critique of Mothering on Mother's Day

I am writing this on Mother’s Day evening. Usually, I try to make it to South Carolina to spend time with my mother, but I didn’t make it this time.

a month ago

In support of divestment

The Neighborhood Sociologist is a reader-supported publication. To receive new posts and support my work, consider becoming a free or paid subscriber. I am proud that our young people are willing to invest their time and energy in support o...

2 months ago


The writers behind this newsletter.

  • Rod Graham

    Gadfly | Professor of Sociology at Old Dominion University | I post about social science, culture, and progressive politics | Views are my own

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