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The Journal of Elder Abuse & Neglect dedicated a special issue to late sociology professor Dr. Mary Cay Sengstock.  An In Memoriam article honoring Dr. Sengstock was written by her colleague, collaborator, former student and friend Dr. Melaine Hwalek.

Journal dedicates special issue to Dr. Mary Cay Sengstock


The Journal of Elder Abuse & Neglect dedicated a special issue to late sociology professor Dr. Mary Cay Sengstock. An In Memoriam article honoring Dr. Sengstock was written by her colleague, collaborator, former student and friend Dr. Melaine Hwalek.

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William Charles Jackson successfully defended his dissertation proposal, "The Circle of Courage:  Childhood Socialization in the 21st Century

Jackson Successfully Defends Dissertation


William Charles Jackson successfully defended his dissertation proposal, "The Circle of Courage: Childhood Socialization in the 21st Century

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Prof. and Chair Janet Hankin, Deborah Charbonneau, Assistant Professor, School of Library and Information Science and Sandra L. King, MSA and PhD Candidate present research at Humanities Center Brown Bag Series

Delays and Debacles: Framing of the Affordable Care Act in Newspaper Headlines


Prof. and Chair Janet Hankin, Deborah Charbonneau, Assistant Professor, School of Library and Information Science and Sandra L. King, MSA and PhD Candidate present research at Humanities Center Brown Bag Series

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Meet Shirin Montazer, our newest Assistant Professor.

Sociology Faculty Spotlight


Meet Shirin Montazer, our newest Assistant Professor.

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Author, Sociologist and Harvard University Professor Julius Wilson will give the keynote address and join Sociology professors and students, among others, on October 31st at the McGregor Memorial Conference Center.

Sociology and the Humanities Center come together to host the 2014 Fall Symposium RE: The City


Author, Sociologist and Harvard University Professor Julius Wilson will give the keynote address and join Sociology professors and students, among others, on October 31st at the McGregor Memorial Conference Center.

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Sociology is a discipline relevant for anyone interested in society, social institutions, and social relationships. Students can study social issues related to the Detroit area, U.S. society, or the world, such as: urban issues, race and ethnicity, sex and gender, health and illness, families, crime and deviance, religion, the workplace, aging, poverty, and much, much more. If interested in the Undergraduate Program, please contact Stacie Moser at stacie.moser@wayne.edu. If interested in the Graduate Program, please contact Dr. R. Khari Brown at kharib@wayne.edu.

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Heather E. Dillaway, Associate Professor
Sociology
2228 F/AB, 656 W. Kirby St.
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