When #THC meets #TSE on @twitter

This research note is originally posted on RTI’s SurveyPost blog. Marijuana legalization has been a controversial issue for decades. Only in recent years has the movement towards legalization gained real traction, with laws passed in Colorado and Washington. If you are a social scientist and want to research the trends of public opinions toward marijuana legalization, you first step would…read more →

My dissertation won a study paper award in survey research methodology

With an relatively intense schedule, I attended two conferences during the week before Thanksgiving. First, I flew to DC for two days to catch up with colleagues and presented my paper at NCA. Then, while I regrettably missed my own award ceremony, I was able to present my dissertation findings at the 2013 annual meetings of the Midwest Association of…read more →

Online social networking skills: The social affordances approach to digital inequality

I am very excited that cheap auto repair my paper theorizing the link vendita viagra generico between social media research and digital inequality literature  is just published and it’s accessible freely. You can retrieve the full paper here.