New book by UCI sociologist Emily Carian explores why and how men become gender activists


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Decennial new edition by UCI sociologist Rubén G. Rumbaut and Alejandro Portes, Princeton University and University of Miami, tells evolving story of immigration to the U.S.


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UCI anthropologist Keith Murphy breaks down Microsoft's latest default font update and consumer connections to design


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New book by UCI sociologist Wang Feng explores China's rise in living standards and challenges ahead


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Book two in UCI economics professor Michael McBride's multi-part series shares how youth coaches can apply rich data to create game-winning strategies


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Book by UCI sociologist Kelley Fong takes detailed look at impact of state intervention, offers ideas for alternative action


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New book by UC Irvine professors Emily K. Penner, Andrew M. Penner and UNC Chapel Hill's Thurston Domina examines positive and negative roles identities play in the student experience


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New book by sociologists Judith Stepan-Norris, professor, UC Irvine, and Jasmine Kerrissey '12 UCI Ph.D., associate professor, University of Massachusetts Amherst, explores reasons for swings in union activity from 1900-2015


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New book by UCI Distinguished Professor of anthropology David Theo Goldberg exposes political aims, lasting impacts of attacks on CRT


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Book by UCI anthropologist Mike Fortun examines affective, cognitive forces that have shaped the field of genomics


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Book by UCI economics professor Michael McBride breaks down applied sabermetrics in an easy-to-use, no-math-required guide for assessing, developing and advancing youth players and teams


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Book by UCI anthropologist Damien Sojoyner is a poignant account of how the carceral state shapes daily life for young Black people--and how Black Americans resist, find joy, and cultivate new visions for the future


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Five-volume reference work co-edited by UCI sociologist David Snow updated to include more than 200 new cultural and political developments of the past decade


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Book by UCI sociologist Yang Su dives into succession politics, protest repression, and the 1989 Tiananmen Massacre from a new perspective


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Book coauthored by UCI political science professor Jeffrey Kopstein examines key questions of the Holocaust using tools, methods from political science, sociology, demography and public health


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