Recent Submissions

  • Residential segregation and educational equity in the suburbs of Detroit 

    Lawler, Margaret (Wheaton College. (Norton, Mass.), 2020-05-10)
    Segregation and educational equity are still large issues in America, specifically in the suburbs of Detroit. Choices and structures combine to create residential segregation which in turn creates educational segregation ...
  • Space is biased: navigating eviction in Bronx Housing Court 

    Herman, Sasha Rose. (Wheaton College. (Norton, Mass.), 2020-05-10)
    The affordable housing crisis has had an immense toll on New York City renters. Many New Yorkers struggle to afford rent each month, and those that cannot are sued for eviction. More than 2,000 people enter Bronx Housing ...
  • Cultural capital among zero waste consumers. 

    VanRemoortel, Anna (Wheaton College (MA)., 2018)
    Ethical consumption has emerged as a prominent alternative consumption strategy designed to address the negative impacts of mass consumerism. The zero waste movement has been observed to be a distinct segment of this trend. ...
  • Super hooah : an exploratory study of the role conflict between being a mother and a soldier. 

    Sifre, Kayla (Wheaton College (MA)., 2018)
    There are 8,793 female active duty service members in the Army who are single parents. There is little research that focuses on the experiences of the enlisted active duty single mother as opposed to studies on the impact ...
  • “Down” time : experiences of agency and structure in a women’s prison. 

    Iafolla, Rachel (Wheaton College (MA)., 2018)
    The voices of incarcerated women remain largely unheard and underrepresented in sociological discourse. Though the rise of modern feminism did spark an influx of research regarding incarcerated women, the result of these ...

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