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This is the site for the Implicit Assocation Test, which is a new method for demonstrating and measuring... see more

What is race? Does everyone think about race in the same way? How did the concept of "race" evolve?

This short animated fiction book describes a woman named Rebecca and her experiences of family violence. This book... see more

A unique exploration of the historical, political, demographic, and cultural issues that make up today's diverse Asian... see more

This is a class exercise I use the first day of a macro or community social work class to help students visualize the... see more

Discusses health disparities between Black and white Americans, including origins, current statistics (2007), and ways... see more

The New York Times provides an excellent visualization of the distribution of officially-defined poverty in the U.S. The... see more

Interactive website which places user in poverty situation due to loss of job, and then challenges user to make important... see more

"America the Gutted" focuses on the corporate relocation of decent jobs to various places in Asia, and the subsequent... see more

Location based (to county or city) calculation of wages needed to support a family of various sizes. Thia living wage... see more

This site provides nine detailed case studies on human rights issues: Clinton's response to Kosovo, the International... see more

'The issues of inequality, poverty, and racism are consistent threads woven throughout IPR faculty research—and have... see more

In this game developed for Unicef, players guide a Haitian family of five through their struggle to survive with limited... see more

A blog exploring race and ethnicity in the US. Excellent reporting and up to date material. Produced through NPR this is... see more

This website is jammed packed with material on postmodern, critical perspectives on organization theory and management.... see more

This network is dedicated to educating educators and students about the damaging effets of homophobia and heterosexism.... see more

Four American college students attempt to understand the realities of poverty by trying to live on $1 a day in rural... see more

The mission of Project Unbreakable is to increase awareness of the issues surrounding sexual assault and encourage the... see more

This course examines the contemporary problem of political violence and the way that human rights have been conceived as... see more

STEPS has created a multimedia initiative to re-ignite interest in the problem of global poverty. Why Poverty? features 8... see more

Personal blog on families, inequality, and other sociological materials

An interactive graphic that describes the extent of income inequality in the U.S., how it got so unequal, and offers... see more

This site was designed for middle and high school teachers but many of the materials are appropriate for college-level... see more

Distributive justice is not only a central issue of moral and political philosophy, but also an object of common-sense... see more