Crime on the Rise? Public perception of crime remains out of sync with reality, criminologist contends
Unnatural Disaster: Recovery remains elusive for Hurricane Katrina survivors, researchers say
'Til Death Do Us Part? Researchers diagnose health consequences of marriage, divorce
Leonard Broom, 98, died November 19th, 2009, in Santa Barbara where he lived for the past 29 years.
Winner of the 2009 Best Book Award from the Association for Research on Nonprofit Organization and Voluntary Action (ARNOVA)
Catherine E. Ross to Receive the 2010 Leonard I. Pearlin Award
Sociology Professor Emeritus W. Parker Frisbie has been chosen as a recipient of the 2010 Pro Bene Meritis award for his outstanding service to the College of Liberal Arts.
Robert Hummer and Christopher Ellison’s new edited book Religion, Families, and Health
Hispanic Families at Risk: The New Economy, Work, and the Welfare State by Ronald Angel