Viviana A. Zelizer – sociology of money

Viviana A. Zelizer is the Lloyd Cotsen ’50 Professor of Sociology at Princeton University. She is the author of The Purchase of Intimacy, Pricing the Priceless Child, Economic Lives, Morals and Markets and more see google scholar

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lareviewofbooks.org/ 2017 A Dollar Is a Dollar Is Not a Dollar: Unmasking the Social and Moral Meanings of Money By Viviana A. Zelizer

Princeton University Professor of Sociology, Viviana Zelizer compares her own field with fields such as anthropology or history and her documental research methods to the practices of other influential sociologists. Dr. Zelizer shares her work with the sociology of money studying the changing value of life and the evolving role of money in our society. In Dr. Zelizer’s latest research she is studying the interaction between students of vastly different socioeconomic backgrounds at her own university. Follow along as award-winning economic sociologist and Lloyd Cotsen ‘50 Professor of Sociology at Princeton University, Viviana Zelizer talks with Dr. Jed Macosko, academic director of AcademicInfluence.com and professor of physics at Wake Forest University.


Viviana Zelizer, Princeton University sociologist, talks about the ideas in her new book, The Purchase of Intimacy. Does money ruin intimacy? Does intimacy ruin our commercial transactions? Zelizer and host Russ Roberts have a lively conversation on the sometimes contentious border between economics and sociology.


jstor.org/ 2012 The Moral Sociology of Viviana Zelizer Reviewed Work: Economic Lives by Viviana Zelizer by Marion Fourcade