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|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 …|
|Regnerus, Mark||Religious Studies; Sociology||Sociology of Religion, Sexual Behavior, Marriage and Family, HIV/AIDS in Africa. Young adult sexual decision-making; the influence of religion on sexual attitudes and behavior; religion and family …|
|Rodriguez, Nestor||Center for Mexican American Studies; Sociology||Professor Rodriguez's present research focuses on Guatemalan migration, U.S. deportations to Mexico and Central America, the unauthorized migration of unaccompanied minors, evolving relations …|
|Rose, Mary||School of Law; Sociology||Dr. Rose's research examines lay participation in the legal system and perceptions of justice, and she has written on a variety of topics including the effects of jury selection practices on jury …|
|Rudrappa, Sharmila||Center for Asian American Studies; Sociology; South Asia Institute; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Dr. Rudrappa's interests include comparative race/ ethnicity, feminist theory, labor and citizenship, gender, nationality, citizenship, how globalization affects the social rights of citizenship, …|
|Shapira, Harel||Sociology||Political identity, with an emphasis on right wing politics Tracing the history of the concept of racism - how it has been used and defined within American society, especially by state …|
|Umberson, Debra||Sociology; Center for Women's and Gender Studies||Debra Umberson is Centennial Professor in Liberal Arts and Professor of Sociology at the University of Texas at Austin. She is also affiliated with the Center for Women’s and Gender Studies and …|
|Ward, Peter||Teresa Lozano Long Institute of Latin American Studies; LBJ School of Public Affairs; Sociology||Mexican Politics and Urban Administration; Housing and Land Development in Third World Countries; Local Leadership; Poverty; Built Environment and Housing; Planning|
|Warr, Eric||Sociology||Crime, Law, Deviance, Social reactions to crime, Peer influence and group delinquency|
|Weinreb, Alexander||Sociology||Africa, Judaism, historical sociology Dr. Weinreb's primary research interests are in the relationship between group-level identities (family, clan, tribe, region, religion, nation, etc.) and a …|