The Aging Studies Institute at the Maxwell School of Syracuse University invites you to
“The Missing Working Class”
Professor of Public Policy and Sociology Chair
Johns Hopkins University
This presentation will discuss the situation of young adults in the United States with high school degrees but not bachelor’s degrees. They constitute a large group that has been greatly affected by the globalization and automation of production. They are the heirs of the industrial working class, and they are being overlooked in our political discourse. The presentation will talk about the sharp changes in partnering, marrying, and having children that have occurred to them over the past several decades. Both labor market and cultural explanations for these changes will be explored, as well steps that could be taken to assist them.
Wednesday, June 3
Dr. Paul & Natalie Strasser Legacy Room
220 Eggers Hall
4 pm – 5 pm
Reception to Follow
Guests are welcome and no RSVP is required
For additional information please contact Debra Gamble at (315) 443.1398 or email@example.com
This event is being held in conjunction with the International Sociological Association conference, “Aging Families/Changing Families” hosted by the Aging Studies Institute.
The Aging Studies Institute is a collaborative initiative of the Maxwell School of Citizenship & Public Affairs and the David B. Falk School of Sport and Human Dynamics. Its mission is to coordinate and promote aging-related research, training, and outreach at Syracuse University. With 40 faculty affiliates from more than a dozen departments, ASI provides multi-disciplinary research and education that is relevant to almost every academic discipline on campus.
ASI is home to the Center for Aging Policy Studies (CAPS). The ASI initiative promotes, supports, and disseminates interdisciplinary and policy-relevant research centered in the demography and economics of aging.