Dr. David G. Embrick is an Associate professor in the Sociology Department at Loyola University-Chicago. Do racial slurs and stereotypes applied to whites by nonwhites carry the same meanings or outcomes as they do when these roles are swapped? Further, in what ways do group composition affect race, power, and language in everyday conversations among…
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Make your own ice cream sundae with your peers! Meet your fellow students-undergraduates, graduates, and faculty from all years at Northeastern and socialize with faculty!
Wallis Adams, Emily Cummins, Tainah Michida, & Liz Williams will be presenting on their dissertation research and will be touching on how they developed their topics and executed their research.
“What do Networks Have to do with it?” Silvia Dominguez will discuss how social isolation is not always the case in concentrated areas of poverty by looking at two case studies, one in Chicago with African American women and one in Boston with Latin-American immigrant women.
Spring 2015 Faculty Colloquia and Student Workshops..
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“What academic obituaries tell us about legitimate research biographies. Methodological considerations and first insights”