The survey also found that rates of psychological distress in Los Angeles track closely with rates of economic distress.
A new longitudinal survey of L.A. residents shows that life satisfaction in L.A. County is lower than the national average, and cost of living is partly to blame.
Do stereotypes of “high-brow” and “low-brow” tastes affect how Americans judge one another? This post examines whether we respond more positively to people who display high status tastes.
Social class origin remains one of the most powerful determinants of success in today’s labor market. New experimental research suggests that employers’ own class biases may be a part of the problem.