Molly M. King
Who owns knowledge and how does this shape inequality?
New publication in Teaching Sociology!
by Molly M. King and Megan K. Imai
By interviewing 13 undergraduate research assistants and 10 faculty in sociology departments at primarily undergraduate institutions, we outline the benefits and challenges of faculty-directed research with undergraduates.
New publication in Sociological Methodology!
by Molly M. King
The method I develop in this paper, random empirical distribution imputation (REDI), converts binned income data to continuous. REDI achieves this through random cold-deck imputation from a real-world reference data set.
New publication in Sociology Compass!
by Molly M. King and Maria A. Gregg
Our framework, the critical realist model of climate justice, reviews four elements: contextual and environmental features that cause vulnerability; adaptive capacity and resilience to climate change; perceptions of and information gathering about risk; and social action and policy.