Faculty-student research presented at 18th Annual Qualitative Research Conference

Sociology and political science student, Tyler C. Anderson, senior, and Dr. Lee Garth Vigilant, Sociology & Criminal Justice, presented a paper at the 18th Annual Qualitative Research Conference at the University of St. Thomas on June 15. The paper’s title was “Try To See It My Way:” Interpretive Dilemmas in Insider/Outsider Team Research (Reading “Gender Control” into Data from a […]

Sociology and Criminal Justice Fall Colloquium

Lee Vigilant, associate professor of Sociology, and Lauren Wold, honors apprentice scholar, will present the fall Department Colloquium Wednesday, October 5 at 12:30 p.m. in CMU 203. The title of their colloquium is “‘You Can’t Rely on Somebody Else to Teach Them Something They Don’t Believe:’ Concerted Moral Cultivation and the Father’s ‘Protective Cocoon’ in Christian Homeschooling Households.” For more […]