Prof. Sinikka Elliott featured in U.S. News on how poor, minority moms face close scrutiny over kids’ weight: “Poor, Minority Moms Face Tough Judgments Over Kids’ Weight”
Prof. David Tindall interviewed by CBC News about social movements in light of recent pipeline protests in B.C. Tindall states that “Certain provinces like B.C. and Quebec are much more concerned about this issue, and much more opposed to the pipelines.”
Prof. Amy Hanser’s work on consumerism, ageism, and gender equality in China prominently featured in the popular Chinese blog “Jemian Culture” (in Chinese)
Prof. Yue Qian writes about China’s new two-child policy and the need for childcare In The Conversation.
Prof Sinikka Elliott’s research on poverty and scrutiny over children’s weight in the Surrey Now-Leader news
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UBC Sociology Graduate Patricia Louie is featured in the Vancouver Sun. The Vancouver Sun reported on Louie’s study that examined the implications of lack of diversity in medical textbooks. Louie is now a PhD sociology candidate at the University of Toronto. Similar stories appeared in The Province and Global.
Prof. David Tindall in CBC News On Pink Shirt Day and corporate activism: “Can corporate sponsors make a difference?”
Prof. Nathan Lauster in CBC News talking about the replacement of low-rise rental with high-rise condos in Burnaby
Prof. Yue Qian’s research featured in the International Business Times. The IB Times cited Qian’s research which showed that China’s two-child policy could be making gender inequality worse: “Gender Inequality In China Could Be Worsened By Two-Child Policy.”