October 2015

The Institute for Social Research was mentioned by six publications, including The Fiscal Times in “Obamacare not spurring more early retirements yet despite predictions”.

The Economist cited Gerald Davis in “Capitalism and its discontents”.

U.S. News & World Report quoted Michael Traugott in “McCarthy’s Benghazi Gaffe Won’t Sink His Speaker Chances”.

TIME mentioned the Institute for Social Research in “Calling Your Grandma Doesn’t Cut It”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by five publications, including The Sacramento Bee Online in “Some e-cig smokers are vaping active ingredient in marijuana”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by five publications, including the Detroit News Online in “Study: E-cigs draw young smokers to regular cigarettes”.

The Globe and Mail mentioned the Institute for Social Research in “Why it’s time to put your smartphone down”.

Wayne Baker was quoted by The Huffington Post in “Why You Can Thank Mom and Dad for Your Work Ethic”.

Terri Orbuch was quoted by Detroit Free Press in “How one woman found her place in life”.

FOX Business Network cited the Institute for Social Research in “This Latest Study Suggest That Marijuana May Be in a No-Win Situation”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by MLive in “Exploring the public health consequences of Detroit’s water shutoffs”.

Metro Parent – Online cited the Institute for Social Research in “Drug Guide: Definitions and Effects of Popular Types”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by four publications, including the Orlando Sentinel Online, in “College football coaches grapple with ‘marijuana epidemic’”.

The Institute for Social Research was cited by Canton Citizen – Online in “Man About Canton: Don Rodman”.

KQED-FM Online quoted Deborah Loewenberg Ball in “What Core Skills Do Teachers Need To Be Effective?”

NPR quoted Michael Traugott in “Canada’s 11-Week Campaign Reminds Us That American Elections Are Much Longer”.

Miles Kimball was quoted by Fortune in “Ben Bernanke sees the upside of negative rates”.

Yahoo News cited the Institute for Social Research in “The Drug Burning Up College Campuses”.

The Washington Post published an article by Arthur Lupia and colleagues titled “What the Canadian and British election polls tell us about Donald Trump”.

Washington Times Online cited the Institute for Social Research in “Marijuana use among adults doubled in a decade: study”.

Deborah Ball was quoted by twelve publications, including WNIJ-FM Online in “Teaching Teachers To Teach: It’s Not So Elementary”.

Bloomberg Businessweek quoted Richard Curtin in “America’s Well-Off Show An Aversion to Debt”.

Forbes cited Vicki Freedman in “The Challenges of Caring For A Loved One With Dementia”.

MLive cited the Institute for Social Research in “Teens prescribed opioids more likely to abuse drugs as adults”.

The New York Times cited Reynolds Farley in “Has ‘Diversity’ Lost Its Meaning?”

Richard Miech was cited by Psychiatry Advisor in “Legitimate Use of Opioids By Teens Can Lead to Abuse”.

The Detroit News cited Deborah Ball in “Labor Voices: Kiss love affair with tests goodbye”.

U.S. News & World Report cited the Institute for Social Research in “Marriage May Aid Recovery From Heart Surgery”.

The Washington Post cited Reynolds Farley in “Why visibility isn’t the same as diversity when it comes to characters on TV”.

Al Jazeera America cited Abigail Weitzman in “End of one-child policy won’t end bias against girls in China”.

Luke Shaefer was cited by The Washington Post in “Take a hard look at what it means to be poor in America, and ask how to help”.

The Wall Street Journal cited the Institute for Social Research in “China’s Bid to Alter Demographic Trend Will Be Tough”.

Deborah Ball was cited by the Detroit Free Press in “Education in Michigan can improve, if it’s done right”.