The Decline of Youth Sports is Making Teen Loneliness Worse
June 1, 2023
The social capital benefits of youth athletics are profound Continue Reading →
Gun Violence is an Assault on Community Life
May 18, 2023
Mass Shootings are Uniquely Destructive to America’s Public Places Continue Reading →
Will Artificial Intelligence Make Us Lonelier?
May 4, 2023
As AI becomes more advanced, it promises to reduce human interactions Continue Reading →
Will Abortion Restrictions Animate Secular Voters?
April 20, 2023
The Dobbs decision may reshape the political priorities of nonreligious Americans Continue Reading →
Are White Evangelical Christians Finally Tiring of Trump?
April 6, 2023
White Evangelical Christian support for former president Donald Trump is fracturing along familiar lines. Continue Reading →
The Despair of Young Liberal Women
March 23, 2023
New research shows young people are in crisis, but how much is due to politics? Continue Reading →
What is Behind the Generational Jump in Bisexual Identity?
March 9, 2023
One in eight Gen Zers now identifies as bisexual, a uniquely generational trend. Continue Reading →
The Gender Divide in Dating Expectations
February 23, 2023
Are women asking too much or are men offering too little? Continue Reading →
Male Friendships Are Not Doing the Job
February 9, 2023
Society Expects More from Men as Husbands, Fathers, and Partners, But Men Expect Too Little from Each Other Continue Reading →
The Men of the #MeToo Generation
January 26, 2023
Young men face an increasingly complicated and uncertain dating landscape following #MeToo, as revealed by our qualitative research findings. Continue Reading →