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|Lin, Ken-Hou||Sociology||Inequality Finance Organization Race Quantitative method Connection between the rise of finance and growing inequality in the United States How race, gender, education, and sexual orientation jointly …|
|Marteleto, Leticia||Sociology||Dr. Marteleto's current research explores the influence of social context and transitions to adulthood on educational inequality in Brazil and in South Africa. One ongoing project examines the …|
|Muller, Chandra||Sociology; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Dr. Muller's current research is on how family, community, education policy and health behaviors shape education and the transition to adulthood. In particular, she focuses on STEM (science, …|
|Musick, Marc||Sociology; Statistics and Scientific Computation||Dr. Musick's interests include medical sociology - social factors and health; religion and health; sociology of aging and the life course; and social psychology. Dr. Musick’s most recent …|
|Osborne, Lynette||Sociology||Gender Education Women/Minorities in STEM Deviance Research Methods/Statistics Evaluation Research|
|Potter, Joseph||Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies; Sociology||Joseph Potter's interests lie in the areas of reproductive health, population and development, and demographic estimation. Together with Carl Schmertmann, Renato Assunção, and …|
|Powers, Daniel||Sociology; Statistics and Scientific Computation||Dr. Powers' research interests involve substantive and methodological issues related to non-marital fertility and infant mortality. His recent research is a comparative analysis of change in …|
|Raley, Ruthine||Sociology; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Dr. Raley's research investigates family trends, the social determinants of family formation, and the impact of family change on social stratification. As part of a larger agenda examining the …|