Harvey Molotch

Harvey Luskin Molotch (born January 3, 1940) is an American sociologist known for studies that have reconceptualized power relations in interaction, the mass media, and the city. He helped create the field of environmental sociology and has advanced qualitative methods in the social sciences. In recent years, Molotch helped develop a new field—the sociology of objects. He is currently a professor of Sociology and of Metropolitan Studies at New York University. His ''Introduction to Sociology'' is featured as one of NYU Open Education's courses available to stream freely. Other courses that he teaches include ''Approaches to Metropolitan Studies'' and ''Urban Objects''. He is also affiliated with the graduate program in Humanities and Social Thought. Provided by Wikipedia
Toilet : public restrooms and the politics of sharing [E-Book] /
Where stuff comes from : how toasters, toilets, cars, computers, and many others things come to be as they are [E-Book] /