Public Sociology

Writing for the public is just as important as writing for our scholarly peers. I’m a regular contributor and editorial team member at Policy Trajectories, the blog of the ASA’s section on comparative and historical sociology. Some recent examples of writing for the public include:

“Rubio-Lee’s Defeat: A Slap in the Face to Families” (National Review, 12/13/17)

“What Tax Reform Owes Families” (Institute for Family Studies, 10/17/17)

“Federalism in Blue and Red” (National Affairs, Summer 2017)

“Blue State Chauvinism” (CommonWealth, 6/10/17)

“Tax Reform for Working Class Families” (National Review, 6/8/17)

“Reducing Child Poverty” (New York Times, 4/13/16)

“A Pro-Family Child Tax Credit for the U.S.” (Institute for Family Studies, 11/18/15)

“Canada’s Successful Child Tax Benefit” (Institute for Family Studies, 11/17/15)