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"The Gendered Ideal Worker Narrative:  Professional Women

Prof. Krista Brumley Published in Gender & Society


"The Gendered Ideal Worker Narrative: Professional Women's and Men's Work Experiences in the New Economy at a Mexican Company" was the lead article in the December 2014 issue.

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Dr. Fasenfest presented at talk on social sustainability as part of the Humanities Center Brown Bag Colloqium Series

Prof. David Fasenfest Speaks on Social Sustainability


Dr. Fasenfest presented at talk on social sustainability as part of the Humanities Center Brown Bag Colloqium Series

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Join sociology faculty, staff, students, friends and family in packing food at Forgotten Harvest on Friday, Nov 21 and at Focus Hope on Sat., Dec. 6th

Sociology Cares--Volunteer Opportunities


Join sociology faculty, staff, students, friends and family in packing food at Forgotten Harvest on Friday, Nov 21 and at Focus Hope on Sat., Dec. 6th

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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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The Humanities Center held their 2014 Fall Symposium titled "re:  the city" on Friday, October 31, 2014 at the McGregor Memorial Conference Center.

Sociology Faculty and Students Participate in Symposium


The Humanities Center held their 2014 Fall Symposium titled "re: the city" on Friday, October 31, 2014 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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Sociology
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