The Annex,

Sexual Harassment, Identity Movements, and the Opioid Crisis

November 20, 2017

In this completely dispensable, all-banter episode, we discuss the possibility of long-term societal changes stemming from recent sexual harassment allegations (3:00), the dynamics governing the fates of identity-based social movements (15:10), weird GSS questions (32:00), bad research incentives (37:10), Gabriel gives his take on Sam Quinones’ Dreamland (39:20), and fear of black people (1:01:00).

One comment

  1. Dr. Binita Behera, sociologist Bhubaneswar, Odisha, India says:

    The problem about sexual harassment is that people do not quite believe the woman who alleges. Many a times they are judgemental and immediately people starts judging.

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