Room 334 Kinard Bld
598 Monday 002
598 Wednes 001
Reading are on BB
Self Presentation Evaluation
Animals and Society 350
Animals and Society
Reading on BB
Career Development for Sociology Majors 298x
SOCL 316 Research Methods
Syllabus 316 001
Stuff for 316
Winthrop’s Academic Success Center is a free resource for
all undergraduate students seeking to perform their best
academically. The ASC offers a variety of personalized
and structured resources that help students achieve academic
excellence, such as tutoring, academic skill development
(test taking strategies, time management counseling, and
study techniques), and group/individual study spaces.
The ASC is located on the first floor of Dinkins, Suite 106.
Tutoring for this specific course is offered through the
office. If you wish to request a tutor, you must
attend ONE Tutee Seminar, offered every Friday until
October 24th. Please contact the ASC at
if you have any questions. For more information
on ASC services, please visit
BEans (gummy Bears)
*Lab 4 (be sure to read the "mean, median, and mode compared section" to help answer questions) graded 3
Scavenger Hunt Bring Texttbook Lab
LAB11 bring Deck Cards
Lab 15 (Chi sq)
REVIEW FOR LAST
SECTION WILL BE DISTRIBUTED AFTER
A STUDENT HANDS IN "THANK YOU" for THE CLASS EVALUATION
optional enterprise (moving sas materials to enterprise)
http://www.msnbc.msn.com/id/41520595/ns/health-sexual_health/?GT1=43001 (current example type1 error)
Remember our finals are scheduled by the lab times (as listed on the syllabus).
Ignore what you are sent by the registrar.
RECENT WRITINGS (some light creative comments and some serious social science pieces):
2017. Rising Pink Tide: Gendered Informal Job Networks Revisited. (with David Meeler and Scott Huffmon) https://www.recruiter.com/i/rising-pink-tide-gendered-informal-job-networks-revisited/.
2017. NADA Ear Acupuncture: An Adjunctive Therapy to Improve and Maintain Positive Outcomes in Substance Abuse Treatment (with Kenneth Carter , Michelle Olshan-Perlmutter , Janet F. Martini and Simon B. Cairns Behav. Sci., 7, 37; doi:10.3390/bs7020037). http://www.mdpi.com/2076-328X/7/2/37/pdf
2016. A Spoonful of Success: Undergraduate Tutor-Tutee Interaction and Performance" (with Michelle Wolf and Kimberly Howard). TLAR 21: (2) 85-108
2015. "Does GPA Matter?" (with David Meeler) https://www.recruiter.com/i/does-gpa-matter/.
2013. "Academic Forgiveness: The Price of Pardon."
The Chronicle of Higher Education." 6/10/13 (with David
2011. "The Presentation of the Student Role in Everyday
Classroom Life: An Assessment.".
23 (1): 1-14. (with Jennifer Solomon and Brad Tripp).
2011. "Excluding Mothers-in-Law: A Research Note on the
Preference for Matrilineal Advice." Journal of Family
(with Scott Huffmon and Lee Q Miller).March 25, 2011, doi: 10.1177/0192513X11402176
2010. "How could an Animal Lover buy a Purebred Dog?" Pure
Bred Dog Online Community.
http://www.purebredpups.org/blog?default.aspx?ID=50. (light piece, I'm GiaGia)
2009. "Cybernetic Service-Learning Course
35: 47-54 (with Lee Q. Miller).
and the Socialization of Intercollegiate Athletes.”
(with Scott Huffmon and Andy Doyle). http://www.athleticinsight.com/Vol10Iss1/StudentAthleteModel.htm
2005. "Teaching Scholarship during
the 1990's: A Study of Authorship in Teaching Sociology" Teaching Sociology,
July, v. 33 (with Douglas Eckberg).
2004. "The Mouse that Roared: Article
Publishing in Undergraduate Sociology Programs"
The American Sociologist/WINTER (with Douglas Eckberg).
Wrapping Ourselves: The Final Gift Exchange". The Journal of Gerontology vol. 59b, No. 5,
(with Jennifer Crew Solomon and Lee Miller). http://psychsoc.gerontologyjournals.org/cgi/content/full/59/5/S274
2004 . "How the "Queen Science" lost her Crown: A Brief Social History of Science Fairs and the Marginalization of Social Science. Sociation Today, Fall, v2, No.2. http://www.ncsociology.org/sociationtoday/v22/science.htm
2004. "Teaching Durkheim using
"Elementary Forms of Refrigerator Life" The Southern Sociologist, Fall, v 36, No. 2.
2001. "Conflicts of Grandparents Raising Grandchildren." Reflections: Narratives of Professional Helping, vol. 7, issue 2, 34-39. (with Lee Miller).
2000. “Physical Health of Custodial Grandparents.” In Carole Cox (Ed.). To Grandmother’s House We Go and Stay: The Issues, Needs, and Policy Affecting Grandparents Raising Grandchildren, 37-55. Springer Press: Thousand Oaks, CA. (with Jennifer Crew Solomon)
2000. “The Physical, Mental, and Social Health of Custodial Grandparents.” In Robin Goldberg-Glen & Bert Hayslip, Jr. (Eds.) Grandparenting Raising Grandchildren: Theoretical, Empirical, and Clinical Perspectives. Springer Press: Thousand Oaks, CA. (with Jennifer Crew Solomon)
1999. “Who Cares? Grandparenting/Grandchild Households” Journal of Women and Aging, Vol. 11, issue 1. (with Jennifer Crew Solomon)
1998. “The Grandparent Grandchild Caregiving Gradient: Hours of caring for Grandchildren and its Relationship to Grandparent Health.” The Southwestern Journal on Aging, Vol. 14, No. 2, 31-39. (with Jennifer Crew Solomon)
1998. “Moving On: Residential Mobility and Children’s School Lives.” Sociology of Education, Vol. 71 (April), 111-129. (with C. Jack Tucker and Larry Long)
1997. “Successful Job Search and Informal Networks” in Women and Work: A Reader, edited by Paula J. Dubeck and Kathryn Borman, 312-314, New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, (reprint). (with Kevin Leicht)
1997. “The Consequences of Informal Job Finding for Men and Women.” Academy of Management Review, Vol. 40, 967-987. (with Kevin Leicht)
1995. “Mona Lisa, Mona Lisa Men Have Named You: Smiles as Social Facts.” Teaching Sociology. Vol. 23, 274-279.
1995. “Day-Care and the Incidence of Otitis Media in Young Child.” Otolaryngology—Head and Neck Surgery, Vol. 112, 695-699. (with J. David Osguthorpe and Gregory Parsons)
1995. “Seasonality of Children’s Residential Mobility.” Population Research and Policy Review, 14, 205-213. (with C. Jack Tucker and Larry Long)
1995. “Grandmother’s House We Go: Health and School Adjustment of Children Raised Solely by Grandparents.” The Gerontologist, 35, 386-394. (with Jennifer Crew Solomon)
2009. Outstanding Advisor in the College of Arts and Sciences
2002. South Carolina Distinguished Professor Award Finalist
2002. York County Chamber of Commerce Teacher of Year
2001. James Pinckney Kinard and Lee Wicker Kinard Award for Excellence in Teaching
2000. American Sociological Association Teaching Enhancement Grant
1997. Phi Kappa Phi Outstanding Teaching Award at Winthrop University
1995. Outstanding Junior Professor Award at Winthrop University
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