Do you know of an amazing video full of sociology? Contributions to our archive are more than welcome and you will be properly attributed. You may complete the form below or send an email to PopularSociology@gmail.com. Please include the following:
- Title of the video, year of release, name of the creator (or publisher), and run time.
- Where can this video be found (YouTube, Netflix, etc.). A link to the video is appreciated.
- A brief description of the sociological value of the video. A paragraph or so in length is ideal. Include any other comments you want posted as well.
- How would you like to be attributed? You can include whatever information you'd like here-- Name and title, university affiliation, email, facebook, website, etc... If you'd like to remain anonymous or use a pseudonym, please indicate so.
- Optional-- Sociological concepts we can tag in the video, tips for instructors using the video to teach, links to content related to the video, odd things in the video the prudent social scientist would appreciate, and anything else you find interesting.
Submissions are reviewed prior to publication. You will also receive a draft of the post before it is published.