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A native of Italy, Marta Soligo researches the Italian "flavor" of some Southern Nevada tourist attractions.
Publisher, writer, and all-around artist Pj Perez offers advice on pursuing dreams.
Sociology In The News
Americans are known around the world for eating too much, but when it comes to time, we are starving ourselves. It’s called “time famine” – an unpleasant, uncomfortable feeling that we have too much to do in too little time. Social scientists have been studying it for more than 20 years.
Sheri’s Ranch, one of Nevada’s approximately 20 legal brothels, recently released an infographic breaking down the services its 134 sex workers provided over the course of 2017.
Your phone. In today’s society, it’s hard to picture life without it. It keeps you connected, it keeps you entertained, and it keeps you busy—but one thing it doesn’t necessarily do? Keep you productive.
Every generation comes with an identity, and often, stereotypes as well. But are these generational generalizations far? There isn’t really a simple answer, according to UNLV Associate Professor of Sociology Michael Borer.
Simon Gottschalk, professor of Sociology at the University of Nevada Las Vegas and author of the book "The Terminal Self," joins David to discuss the infantilization of western culture.
Associate Professor, Sociology
An expert in urban culture and interactions, popular culture, religion and spirituality, and the Boston Red Sox.
An expert in gender, sexuality, sexual politics, prostitution, sex work and sex trafficking.
Assistant Professor of Sociology
An expert in urban poverty and race