36 min

Wildfire in personal and public perspective & Poverty, lead exposure, and learning This Week in Sociological Perspective

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This week we discuss emerging controversy in how reporters cover wildfires. And, I recently spoke with Geoffrey Wodtke, Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Chicago, about his recent paper titled “Toxic Neighborhoods: The Effects of Concentrated Poverty and Environmental Lead Contamination on Early Childhood Development.” The paper is to be published in Demography, and is co-authored by Sagi Ramaj, and Jared Schachner.
Segment 1 -- Geoffrey Wodtke on “Toxic Neighborhoods: The Effects of Concentrated Poverty and Environmental Lead Contamination on Early Childhood Development”
Segment 2 – Wildfire in personal and public perspective

This week we discuss emerging controversy in how reporters cover wildfires. And, I recently spoke with Geoffrey Wodtke, Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Chicago, about his recent paper titled “Toxic Neighborhoods: The Effects of Concentrated Poverty and Environmental Lead Contamination on Early Childhood Development.” The paper is to be published in Demography, and is co-authored by Sagi Ramaj, and Jared Schachner.
Segment 1 -- Geoffrey Wodtke on “Toxic Neighborhoods: The Effects of Concentrated Poverty and Environmental Lead Contamination on Early Childhood Development”
Segment 2 – Wildfire in personal and public perspective

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