Tag Archives: The ANNALS

How is Immigration Benefiting America?

While much of the popular debate about immigration questions its legality, Editors of The ANNALS (published by SAGE) John M. MacDonald and Robert J. Sampson recently wrote an opinion piece for the New York Times in which they asked what … Continue reading

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SAGE hits the Hill for Workplace Flexibility

Recently SAGE hit Capitol Hill on behalf of the American Academy of Political and Social Science to help raise awareness on the issue of workplace flexibility. The Academy had published a featured issue of The ANNALS around the issue with … Continue reading

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ANNALS Editors Speak about the issue of Young, Disadvantaged Dads

With teen moms being debated heavily in popular culture today, it’s easy to neglect the effects of fatherhood. However, recent research shows that young, disadvantaged men also affect a family and society. In fact, by age 30, between 68 and … Continue reading

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Ravitch Wins Moynihan Prize

Recently I was lucky enough to get an invite to the annual Moynihan Dinner presented by the American Academy of Political and Social Sciences (AAPSS) in New York City.  The dinner not only celebrates the winner of the Sen. Daniel … Continue reading

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