"Urban mobility and Neighborhood Isolation in America’s 50 Largest Cities"

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What We Lose When We Don't see Our Work Acquaintances 

The Wall Street Journal

PNAS

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"Using Interviews to Understand Why"

Sociological Methods and Research 

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"From Residence to Movement: The Nature of Racial Segregation in Everyday Mobility"

Urban Studies

Social distancing prevents infections, but it can have unintended consequences

Science

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The Pandemic Shrank Our Social Circles. Let’s Keep It That Way

The New York Times

"How can social science improve the public discourse in a polarized society?"

AERA Spencer Lecture

"How Stable is the Core Discussion Network?"

Social Networks

"Making Friends in Violent Neighborhoods: Strategies among Elementary School Children"

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No quarter: Coronavirus is killing pinball halls—and all the other communal spaces we call ‘home’

Fortune

Sociological Science

"De‐Exoticizing Ghetto Poverty: On the Ethics of Representation in Urban Ethnography"

City & Community

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"Sociological Perspectives on Racial Discrimination"

María Medem

"What We Do Together: The State of Social Capital in America Today" 

Testimony For U.S. Senate 

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You're Not Listening. Here's Why. 

The New York Times 

Journal of Economic Perspectives

"Ethnography, Neighborhood Effects, and the Rising Heterogeneity of Poor Neighborhoods across Cities"

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Social Capital, The Currency of Community - with Mario Small

Shared Space

City and Community

"Promoting Parents' Social Capital to Increase Children's Attendance in Head Start: Evidence From an Experimental Intervention"

A Harvard sociologist explains why we confide in strangers

Quartz

Journal of Research on Educational Effectiveness

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"The Role of Space in the Formation of Social Ties"

Annual Reviews

"We Can Help, but There’s a Catch: Nonprofit Organizations and Access to Government-Funded Resources among the Poor"

What will life be like after the coronavirus pandemic ends?

Science & Society

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Why real-life places still matter in the age of texting and Twitter

Annual Reviews

Journal of organizational Ethnography

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"The Social Integration of American Cities: Network Measures of Connectedness Based on Everyday Mobility Across Neighborhoods"

New Study Confirms Benefits of Connecting Parents with Each Other to Build Social Capital

Global Family Research Project

Sociological Methods and Research 

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"How Do Low-Income People Form Survival Networks? Routine Organizations as Brokers"

The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science

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Rethinking Racial Discrimincation

American Economic Association

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The value of talking to strangers — and nodding acquaintances

Harvard Gazette

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GAMA

Berkeley Talks transcript: Why racial equity belongs in the study of economics

Berkeley News

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Rethinking Racial Discrimination

AEA Research Highlights

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Someone To Talk To Interview

New Books Network

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Mario Small on ow Social Networks and Social Capital Matter for Human Services Programs

Institute for Research on Poverty

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Interview with Mario Small

Reconsidering Culture and Poverty 

Apple Podcast

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Queens Podcast Lab

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“Vivemos em cidades cosmopolitas, mas ainda em bolhas”

Building Neighborhoods That Thrive

CIFAR

Photo By: Igabrieln

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Mario Small on How Social Networks and Social Capital Matter For Human Services Programs

Institute for Research on Poverty

Harper Lecture with Mario L. Small: Are Some Cities More Punishing than Others?

UChicago Social Sciences

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Reaching out, An Interview with Mario Small

Context