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|Adut, Ari||Middle Eastern Studies; Sociology||Professor Adut's research interests include the public sphere, commodification, and censorship. His book, On Scandal: Moral Disturbances in Society, Politics, and Art, was publisheds in 2008 and …|
|Angel, Ronald||Center for Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies; Sociology||Dr. Ronald Angel's research interests include the areas of medical sociology, social welfare, poverty and minorities, demography and epidemiology, research methods and statistics.|
|Auyero, Javier||Sociology||Political Ethnography, Urban Poverty and Social Inequality, Collective Action, Latin American Studies, Social and Cultural Theory|
|Brayne, Sarah||Sociology||Stratification and inequality, surveillance, policing, crime and punishment, big data, social policy, technology, race and ethnicity, organizations, urban sociology.|
|Browne, Simone||John L. Warfield Center for African and African American Studies; African and African Diaspora Studies; Sociology||Professor Browne's book-length manuscript in preparation, Dark Matters : Surveillance, Technology and Race, examines surveillance with a focus on biometrics, airports and borders, slavery, black …|
|Butler, Johnny||Management; Sociology||His research is in the areas of Organizational Behavior and Entrepreneurship/New Ventures. His research appears in professional journals and books.|
|Carrington, Benjamin||John L. Warfield Center for African and African American Studies; African and African Diaspora Studies; Center for European Studies; Sociology; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Professor Carrington's teaching and research interests cover the areas of the sociology of race, ethnicity and culture and particularly sociological approaches to the media, youth culture and …|
|Cavanagh, Shannon||Sociology; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Dr. Shannon Cavanagh’s research program consists of two general themes. The first focuses on the implications of family instability for children across the early life course. Her work documents …|
|Charrad, Mounira||Center for Middle Eastern Studies; Center for European Studies; Middle Eastern Studies; Plan II Honors Program; Religious Studies; Center for Russian, East European and Eurasian Studies; Sociology; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Gender and women's rights; political sociology; Middle East; colonialism; comparative historical methodology; globalization.|
|Crosnoe, Robert||Sociology||Professor Crosnoe's main research area is the life course and human development. He studies how individuals grow and age within interpersonal, institutional, and demographic contexts. Within this …|