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Sociology examines how changes in technology, work, and social life change our relationships with each other and the world. In the Department of Sociology, we offer students opportunities to explore these through courses, research and academic programs focused on the real-world and everyday application of sociology.
Galliers co-edits Special Issue of MISQ
Bob Galliers is co-editing a special issue of MIS Quarterly on "The Sociomateriality of Information Systems: Current Status, Future Directions." September 2014
David Co-Presents at CHIA 2014
Gary David just presented at the 2014 California Health Information Association (Santa Clara, CA) on "EHR Attitudes and Success Factors - Making Choices and Managing the Process."
Department News and Events
Adjunct Lecturer Curtis Holland "Social Immobility, Ethno-politics, and Sectarian Violence: Obstacles to Post-conflict Reconstruction in Northern Ireland
Associate Professor's Miriam Boeri and Tim Anderson Article "Gaps in Medical Marijuana Policy Implementation: Real-time Perspectives from Marijuana Dispensary Entrepreneurs, Health Care Professionals and Medical Marijuana Patients
The Summer 2014 Sociology interns are working in a variety of places. Take a look!