Health Management and Policy

Firearms and ammo on a wooden table.

Domestic violence restraining orders and access to guns

Q&A with April Zeoli

University of Michigan researcher April Zeoli discusses the implications of a recent Texas judge's decision to strike down the federal law prohibiting access to firearms on domestic violence protection orders.

A person holding a smartphone.

Technology and inequality, surveillance, and privacy during COVID-19

Op-Ed by Denise Anthony

The increasing availability of so-called Internet of Things (IoT) technology has comforted, entertained, facilitated work and learning, and safeguarded us at home during the COVID-19 pandemic. But while these computing and “smart” technologies were facilitating our interaction, work, school and health care, they were also becoming embedded into our social worlds in ways that have important sociological implications.