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Music preferences and young people's attitudes towards spending and saving.
We aimed to find patterns among young people’s music preferences in relation to their attitudes towards saving or spending money. Previous research found that certain music genres (e.g. rap and dance) are associated with ...
‘It’s not only what we say but what we do’: Pay inequalities and gendered workplace democracy in Argentinian worker cooperatives.
(Economic and Industrial Democracy, 2014-07)
In a study conducted by the author in 2006 of five mixed-sex, worker-led cooperatives in Buenos Aires, all of the workers in each of the coops were paid exactly the same. Five years later, only two of the worker cooperatives ...
Searching for Happiness: The Importance of Social Capital.
After four decades of research, scholars of happiness continue to debate its causes. While it is generally agreed that a combination of internal and external factors play a role, predicting happiness well remains a ...
Mystical experience and global revolution
(Athens Journal of Social Sciences, 2018-07)
An article that examines the revolutionary potential of mystical experience.
A Sociology of Tarot
(Canadian Journal of Sociology, 2014)
This article examines the Masonic roots of the popular Tarot deck.