What makes a name suddenly pop—and then die? Social scientists and historians have been puzzling over this for decades.
Celebrate with some seasonal scholarship from JSTOR Daily for the winter holidays.
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The lies most people tell on dating apps do serve a purpose.
"Wow, this really kind of tastes like turkey.”
It might not sound like a shocking conclusion, but there was surprisingly little research on the question.
Marathon entrants today are more likely to be seeking personal validation rather than competitive victory.
The skinny on the Q.
Thomas Cook and Son Ltd. pioneered middle class tourism during the Victorian era, when it followed the course of the British Empire.
Abstaining from alcohol is a new trend with a long, long history.