Recent Commentary

At Orange Bowl Stadium, immigrants demonstrate their patriotism during what could be the largest naturalization ceremony in American history. c. 1984 (GettyImages).

Brent Orrell
November 18, 2022

How Hispanic Americans Think About Work and Identity

If we want to understand the evolving role of Hispanic Americans in American culture and politics, one useful on-ramp is studying Hispanics in the workplace.

Daniel A. Cox, Brent Orrell, Jessie Wall
October 31, 2022

The New Workplace Gender Imbalance: Social Capital and Job Satisfaction

New data suggests gender and education are the difference between liking and loving your job. But there’s a price to be paid.

Gen Z at a Roe vs. Wade protest

Daniel A. Cox
June 1, 2022

There’s A New Age Gap On Abortion Rights

Americans’ views on abortion have been relatively consistent for years despite massive demographic changes, social upheaval and shifting perspectives on sexuality. But that may be about to change.

Daniel A. Cox
May 12, 2022

Will Abortion Redefine the 2022 Elections?

Democratic losses in November seem predestined. For many political observers, the only question left is how bad will it get?