Rod Graham is the Editorial Board's neighborhood sociologist. A professor at Virginia's Old Dominion University, he researches and teaches courses in the areas of cyber-crime and racial inequality. His work can be found at roderickgraham.com. Follow him @roderickgraham.
They focus on management, not abstinence.
A cottage industry has emerged to make bigotry seem reasonable.
It’s not what it used to be.
This is the alternative narrative progressives can employ.
Your friendly neighborhood sociologist: Police are trained to be ‘violence workers,’ but their job also requires non-violence
The police reform debate needs a reset.
They also serve a broader purpose.
Are tax breaks for Amazon tribute or sacrifice?
The biggest teacher lobbies aren’t doing enough to elevate cultural esteem for teachers. They’d be paid more if they did
Calling out the National Education Association et al.
It’s time to “disrupt your feed.”
Tired of conservatives accusing college professors of pushing their ‘liberal bias’? This is the slapback you’ve been waiting for
It is a fundamental misunderstanding of research and teaching.