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Sara Skiles-duToit

Name

[Skiles-duToit, Sara]
  • Lecturer, Sociology & Anthropology

Professional Preparation

    • 2003 M.A. in SociologyUniversity of Texas at Arlington
    • 2002 MPA in Public AdministrationUniversity of Texas at Arlington
    • 1999 BA in Psychology and SociologyAustin College
    • 2014 Ph.D in SociologyUniversity of Notre Dame

Appointments

    • Nov 2018 to Present Associate Director, Center for the Study of Religion and Society
      University of Notre Dame
    • Aug 2016 to Present Adjunct Professor
      University of Notre Dame
    • Aug 2002 to Present Adjunct Professor
      University of Texas at Arlington
    • Aug 2002 to May 2005 Research/Learning Specialist
      University of Texas at Arlington
    • Aug 2012 to Nov 2018 Research Project Manager
      University of Notre Dame
    • Aug 2006 to Aug 2012 Graduate Resarch and Teaching Assistant
      University of Notre Dame
    • Aug 2009 to May 2011 Graduate Student Instructor
      University of Notre Dame
    • June 2005 to Aug 2006 Couseling Specialist III
      University of Texas at Arlington
    • June 2000 to May 2002 Graduate Research and Teaching Assistant
      University of Texas at Arlington

Awards and Honors

    • Jan  2012 NSF Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant sponsored by National Science Foundation
    • Sep  2011 David L. Dodge Memorial Teaching Award sponsored by Department of Sociology, University of Notre Dame
    • Apr  2011 Dondanville Family Graduate Teaching Award in Arts and Letters sponsored by College of Arts and Letters, University of Notre Dame
    • Apr  2010 Graduate Instructor Award sponsored by Graduate Student Union, University of Notre Dame
    • Dec  2010 Outstanding Graduate Student Teacher Award for Excellence in Teaching, sponsored by Kaneb Center for Teaching and Learning, University of Notre Dame
    • Dec  2009 President’s Award for Excellence in Distance Education Teaching sponsored by Center for Distance Education, University of Texas at Arlington

Publications

      Technical Report 2016
      • Green, Elizabeth, Doug Sikkema, David Sikkink, Sara Skiles, and Ray Pennings.  2016.  “Educating to love Your Neighbour:  The Full Picture of Canadian Graduates.”  Technical report published by Cardus, available online at https://www.cardus.ca/research/education/

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      2016
      • Skiles, Sara and David Sikkink.  2016.  “Congregation-School Partnerships:  Keys to Success.”  Technical report posted to the Cardus Religious Schools Initiative website:  crsi.nd.edu

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      Journal Article 2016
      • Lizardo, Omar and Sara Skiles.  2016.  "The End of Symbolic Exclusion?  The Rise of 'Categorical Tolerance' in the Musical tastes of Americans:  1993-2012"  Sociological Science 3: 85-109.

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      2016
      • Lizardo, Omar and Sara Skiles.  2016.  “Cultural Objects as Prisms:  Perceived Audience Composition of Musical Genres as a Resource for Symbolic Exclusion.”  Socius.  doi 10.1177/2378023116641695

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      Technical Report 2015
      • Skiles, Sara and David Sikkink.  2015.  "Variations in School Sector Advantages:  Degrees, Earnings, and College Majors."  Cardus Religious Schools Initiative, http://crsi.nd.edu/assets/175801/crsi_nsyr_degree_and_earnings1.pdf

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      2015
      • Sikkink, David and Sara Skiles.  2015.  "Homeschooling and Young Adult Outcomes: Evidence from the 2011 and 2014 Cardus Education Survey."  Cardus Religious School Initative, http://crsi.nd.edu/assets/168208/crsi_homeschool_report_ces2014.pdf

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      Book Chapter 2015
      • Lizardo, Omar and Sara Skiles.  2015.  "After Omnivorousness:  Is Bourdieu Still Relevant?"  Pages 90 - 103 in Laurie Hanquinet and Mike Savage, editors, Routledge International Handbook of the Sociology of Arts and Culture, London:  Routledge.

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      Journal Article 2015
      • Lizardo, Omar and Sara Skiles.  2015.  "Musical taste and Patterns of Symbolic Exclusion in the United States 1993 - 2012: Generaitonal Dynamics of Differentiation and Continunity."  Poetics 53: 9 - 21.

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      Journal Article 2012
      • Lizardo, Omar and Sara Skiles.  2012.  “Reconceptualizing and Theorizing ‘Omnivorousness’:  Genetic and Relational Mechanisms.”  Sociological Theory 30(4):  261-280.
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      Journal Article 2009
      • Lizardo, Omar and Sara Skiles.  2009.  "Highbrow Omnivorousness on the Small Screen?:  Cultural Industry Systems and Patterns of Cultural Choice in Europe."  Poetics 37:1-23.
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      Book Review 2009
      • Skiles, Sara.  2009.  "Review:  Engaging Arts:  The Next Great Transformation of America's Cultural Life."  Cultural Trends 18:111-3.

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      Essay 2008
      • Crage, Suzanna, Nikole Hotchkiss, Sara Skiles and Michael Strand.  2008.  "Culture and its Others:  The 2008 Anniversary Symposium."  ASA Culture Section newsletter, volume 22.
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      Journal Article 2008
      • Lizardo, Omar and Sara Skiles.  2008.  "Cultural Consumption in the Fine Arts and Popular Arts Realms."  Sociology Compass 2:485-502.
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Courses

      • SOCI 3313-001 CRIMINOLOGY

        In this online course, we introduce the field of criminology and discover what criminologists do, the legal system they work within, and how they gather information about crime.  Students will learn to identify and categorize multiple types of crimes, going beyond learning definitions and statistics about their prevalence to considering how individuals’ criminal behavior is influenced by their interaction with the social environment.  In addition, we will examine multiple theories that attempt to explain the causes and variations in reactions to crime to broaden students’ understanding of the variation in how people have thought about crime and criminals across history.

        Summer - 5 Weeks I - 2019Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCI 3313-001 CRIMINOLOGY

        In this online course, we introduce the field of criminology and discover what criminologists do, the legal system they work within, and how they gather information about crime.  Students will learn to identify and categorize multiple types of crimes, going beyond learning definitions and statistics about their prevalence to considering how individuals’ criminal behavior is influenced by their interaction with the social environment.  In addition, we will examine multiple theories that attempt to explain the causes and variations in reactions to crime to broaden students’ understanding of the variation in how people have thought about crime and criminals across history.

        Spring - 11 Weeks - 2019Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCI 3328-001 MARITAL AND SEXUAL LIFESTYLES

        In this online course, we will examine contemporary American marriage, family, and sexual lifestyles in cross-cultural, historical, and societal context.  Themes introduced in the text include that families are dynamic, families are diverse, and families are shaped by outside social forces.  The online units are informed by a sociological perspective that links individual, interaction, and society to explain marital and sexual lifestyles.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2019Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCI 3328-002 MARITAL AND SEXUAL LIFESTYLES

        In this online course, we will examine contemporary American marriage, family, and sexual lifestyles in cross-cultural, historical, and societal context.  Themes introduced in the text include that families are dynamic, families are diverse, and families are shaped by outside social forces.  The online units are informed by a sociological perspective that links individual, interaction, and society to explain marital and sexual lifestyles.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2019Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCI 3328-003 MARITAL AND SEXUAL LIFESTYLES

        In this online course, we will examine contemporary American marriage, family, and sexual lifestyles in cross-cultural, historical, and societal context.  Themes introduced in the text include that families are dynamic, families are diverse, and families are shaped by outside social forces.  The online units are informed by a sociological perspective that links individual, interaction, and society to explain marital and sexual lifestyles.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2019Contact info & Office Hours
      • WOMS 3328-001 MARITAL AND SEXUAL LIFESTYLES

        In this online course, we will examine contemporary American marriage, family, and sexual lifestyles in cross-cultural, historical, and societal context.  Themes introduced in the text include that families are dynamic, families are diverse, and families are shaped by outside social forces.  The online units are informed by a sociological perspective that links individual, interaction, and society to explain marital and sexual lifestyles.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2019Contact info & Office Hours
      • WOMS 3328-002 MARITAL AND SEXUAL LIFESTYLES

        In this online course, we will examine contemporary American marriage, family, and sexual lifestyles in cross-cultural, historical, and societal context.  Themes introduced in the text include that families are dynamic, families are diverse, and families are shaped by outside social forces.  The online units are informed by a sociological perspective that links individual, interaction, and society to explain marital and sexual lifestyles.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2019Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCI 3328-001 MARITAL AND SEXUAL LIFESTYLES

        In this online course, we will examine contemporary American marriage, family, and sexual lifestyles in cross-cultural, historical, and societal context.  Themes introduced in the text include that families are dynamic, families are diverse, and families are shaped by outside social forces.  The online units are informed by a sociological perspective that links individual, interaction, and society to explain marital and sexual lifestyles.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2018Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCI 3328-002 MARITAL AND SEXUAL LIFESTYLES

        In this online course, we will examine contemporary American marriage, family, and sexual lifestyles in cross-cultural, historical, and societal context.  Themes introduced in the text include that families are dynamic, families are diverse, and families are shaped by outside social forces.  The online units are informed by a sociological perspective that links individual, interaction, and society to explain marital and sexual lifestyles.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2018Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCI 3328-003 MARITAL AND SEXUAL LIFESTYLES

        In this online course, we will examine contemporary American marriage, family, and sexual lifestyles in cross-cultural, historical, and societal context.  Themes introduced in the text include that families are dynamic, families are diverse, and families are shaped by outside social forces.  The online units are informed by a sociological perspective that links individual, interaction, and society to explain marital and sexual lifestyles.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2018Contact info & Office Hours
      • WOMS 3328-001 MARITAL AND SEXUAL LIFESTYLES

        In this online course, we will examine contemporary American marriage, family, and sexual lifestyles in cross-cultural, historical, and societal context.  Themes introduced in the text include that families are dynamic, families are diverse, and families are shaped by outside social forces.  The online units are informed by a sociological perspective that links individual, interaction, and society to explain marital and sexual lifestyles.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2018Contact info & Office Hours
      • WOMS 3328-002 MARITAL AND SEXUAL LIFESTYLES

        In this online course, we will examine contemporary American marriage, family, and sexual lifestyles in cross-cultural, historical, and societal context.  Themes introduced in the text include that families are dynamic, families are diverse, and families are shaped by outside social forces.  The online units are informed by a sociological perspective that links individual, interaction, and society to explain marital and sexual lifestyles.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2018Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCI 3313-001 CRIMINOLOGY

        In this online course, we introduce the field of criminology and discover what criminologists do, the legal system they work within, and how they gather information about crime.  Students will learn to identify and categorize multiple types of crimes, going beyond learning definitions and statistics about their prevalence to considering how individuals’ criminal behavior is influenced by their interaction with the social environment.  In addition, we will examine multiple theories that attempt to explain the causes and variations in reactions to crime to broaden students’ understanding of the variation in how people have thought about crime and criminals across history.

        Fall - 11 Weeks - 2018Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCI 3313-001 CRIMINOLOGY

        In this online course, we introduce the field of criminology and discover what criminologists do, the legal system they work within, and how they gather information about crime.  Students will learn to identify and categorize multiple types of crimes, going beyond learning definitions and statistics about their prevalence to considering how individuals’ criminal behavior is influenced by their interaction with the social environment.  In addition, we will examine multiple theories that attempt to explain the causes and variations in reactions to crime to broaden students’ understanding of the variation in how people have thought about crime and criminals across history.

        Summer - 5 Weeks I - 2018Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCI 3313-001 CRIMINOLOGY

        In this online course, we introduce the field of criminology and discover what criminologists do, the legal system they work within, and how they gather information about crime.  Students will learn to identify and categorize multiple types of crimes, going beyond learning definitions and statistics about their prevalence to considering how individuals’ criminal behavior is influenced by their interaction with the social environment.  In addition, we will examine multiple theories that attempt to explain the causes and variations in reactions to crime to broaden students’ understanding of the variation in how people have thought about crime and criminals across history.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2018Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCI 3328-001 MARITAL AND SEXUAL LIFESTYLES

        In this online course, we will examine contemporary American marriage, family, and sexual lifestyles in cross-cultural, historical, and societal context.  Themes introduced in the text include that families are dynamic, families are diverse, and families are shaped by outside social forces.  The online units are informed by a sociological perspective that links individual, interaction, and society to explain marital and sexual lifestyles.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2018Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCI 3328-002 MARITAL AND SEXUAL LIFESTYLES

        In this online course, we will examine contemporary American marriage, family, and sexual lifestyles in cross-cultural, historical, and societal context.  Themes introduced in the text include that families are dynamic, families are diverse, and families are shaped by outside social forces.  The online units are informed by a sociological perspective that links individual, interaction, and society to explain marital and sexual lifestyles.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2018Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCI 3328-003 MARITAL AND SEXUAL LIFESTYLES

        In this online course, we will examine contemporary American marriage, family, and sexual lifestyles in cross-cultural, historical, and societal context.  Themes introduced in the text include that families are dynamic, families are diverse, and families are shaped by outside social forces.  The online units are informed by a sociological perspective that links individual, interaction, and society to explain marital and sexual lifestyles.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2018Contact info & Office Hours
      • WOMS 3328-001 MARITAL AND SEXUAL LIFESTYLES

        In this online course, we will examine contemporary American marriage, family, and sexual lifestyles in cross-cultural, historical, and societal context.  Themes introduced in the text include that families are dynamic, families are diverse, and families are shaped by outside social forces.  The online units are informed by a sociological perspective that links individual, interaction, and society to explain marital and sexual lifestyles.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2018Contact info & Office Hours
      • WOMS 3328-002 MARITAL AND SEXUAL LIFESTYLES

        In this online course, we will examine contemporary American marriage, family, and sexual lifestyles in cross-cultural, historical, and societal context.  Themes introduced in the text include that families are dynamic, families are diverse, and families are shaped by outside social forces.  The online units are informed by a sociological perspective that links individual, interaction, and society to explain marital and sexual lifestyles.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2018Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCI 3313-001 CRIMINOLOGY

        In this online course, we introduce the field of criminology and discover what criminologists do, the legal system they work within, and how they gather information about crime.  Students will learn to identify and categorize multiple types of crimes, going beyond learning definitions and statistics about their prevalence to considering how individuals’ criminal behavior is influenced by their interaction with the social environment.  In addition, we will examine multiple theories that attempt to explain the causes and variations in reactions to crime to broaden students’ understanding of the variation in how people have thought about crime and criminals across history.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2017Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCI 3328-001 MARITAL AND SEXUAL LIFESTYLES

        In this online course, we will examine contemporary American marriage, family, and sexual lifestyles in cross-cultural, historical, and societal context.  Themes introduced in the text include that families are dynamic, families are diverse, and families are shaped by outside social forces.  The online units are informed by a sociological perspective that links individual, interaction, and society to explain marital and sexual lifestyles.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2017Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCI 3328-002 MARITAL AND SEXUAL LIFESTYLES

        In this online course, we will examine contemporary American marriage, family, and sexual lifestyles in cross-cultural, historical, and societal context.  Themes introduced in the text include that families are dynamic, families are diverse, and families are shaped by outside social forces.  The online units are informed by a sociological perspective that links individual, interaction, and society to explain marital and sexual lifestyles.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2017Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCI 3328-003 MARITAL AND SEXUAL LIFESTYLES

        In this online course, we will examine contemporary American marriage, family, and sexual lifestyles in cross-cultural, historical, and societal context.  Themes introduced in the text include that families are dynamic, families are diverse, and families are shaped by outside social forces.  The online units are informed by a sociological perspective that links individual, interaction, and society to explain marital and sexual lifestyles.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2017Contact info & Office Hours
      • WOMS 3328-001 MARITAL AND SEXUAL LIFESTYLES

        In this online course, we will examine contemporary American marriage, family, and sexual lifestyles in cross-cultural, historical, and societal context.  Themes introduced in the text include that families are dynamic, families are diverse, and families are shaped by outside social forces.  The online units are informed by a sociological perspective that links individual, interaction, and society to explain marital and sexual lifestyles.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2017Contact info & Office Hours
      • WOMS 3328-002 MARITAL AND SEXUAL LIFESTYLES

        In this online course, we will examine contemporary American marriage, family, and sexual lifestyles in cross-cultural, historical, and societal context.  Themes introduced in the text include that families are dynamic, families are diverse, and families are shaped by outside social forces.  The online units are informed by a sociological perspective that links individual, interaction, and society to explain marital and sexual lifestyles.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2017Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCI 3313-001 CRIMINOLOGY

        In this online course, we introduce the field of criminology and discover what criminologists do, the legal system they work within, and how they gather information about crime.  Students will learn to identify and categorize multiple types of crimes, going beyond learning definitions and statistics about their prevalence to considering how individuals’ criminal behavior is influenced by their interaction with the social environment.  In addition, we will examine multiple theories that attempt to explain the causes and variations in reactions to crime to broaden students’ understanding of the variation in how people have thought about crime and criminals across history.

        Summer - 5 Weeks II - 2017Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCI 3328-002 MARITAL AND SEXUAL LIFESTYLES

        In this online course, we will examine contemporary American marriage, family, and sexual lifestyles in cross-cultural, historical, and societal context.  Themes introduced in the text include that families are dynamic, families are diverse, and families are shaped by outside social forces.  The online units are informed by a sociological perspective that links individual, interaction, and society to explain marital and sexual lifestyles.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2017Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCI 3313-001 CRIMINOLOGY

        In this online course, we introduce the field of criminology and discover what criminologists do, the legal system they work within, and how they gather information about crime.  Students will learn to identify and categorize multiple types of crimes, going beyond learning definitions and statistics about their prevalence to considering how individuals’ criminal behavior is influenced by their interaction with the social environment.  In addition, we will examine multiple theories that attempt to explain the causes and variations in reactions to crime to broaden students’ understanding of the variation in how people have thought about crime and criminals across history.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2017Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCI 3328-003 MARITAL AND SEXUAL LIFESTYLES

        In this online course, we will examine contemporary American marriage, family, and sexual lifestyles in cross-cultural, historical, and societal context.  Themes introduced in the text include that families are dynamic, families are diverse, and families are shaped by outside social forces.  The online units are informed by a sociological perspective that links individual, interaction, and society to explain marital and sexual lifestyles.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2017Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCI 3328-001 MARITAL AND SEXUAL LIFESTYLES

        In this online course, we will examine contemporary American marriage, family, and sexual lifestyles in cross-cultural, historical, and societal context.  Themes introduced in the text include that families are dynamic, families are diverse, and families are shaped by outside social forces.  The online units are informed by a sociological perspective that links individual, interaction, and society to explain marital and sexual lifestyles.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCI 3328-002 MARITAL AND SEXUAL LIFESTYLES

        In this online course, we will examine contemporary American marriage, family, and sexual lifestyles in cross-cultural, historical, and societal context.  Themes introduced in the text include that families are dynamic, families are diverse, and families are shaped by outside social forces.  The online units are informed by a sociological perspective that links individual, interaction, and society to explain marital and sexual lifestyles.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCI 3328-003 MARITAL AND SEXUAL LIFESTYLES

        In this online course, we will examine contemporary American marriage, family, and sexual lifestyles in cross-cultural, historical, and societal context.  Themes introduced in the text include that families are dynamic, families are diverse, and families are shaped by outside social forces.  The online units are informed by a sociological perspective that links individual, interaction, and society to explain marital and sexual lifestyles.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016Contact info & Office Hours
      • WOMS 3328-001 MARITAL AND SEXUAL LIFESTYLES

        In this online course, we will examine contemporary American marriage, family, and sexual lifestyles in cross-cultural, historical, and societal context.  Themes introduced in the text include that families are dynamic, families are diverse, and families are shaped by outside social forces.  The online units are informed by a sociological perspective that links individual, interaction, and society to explain marital and sexual lifestyles.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016Contact info & Office Hours
      • WOMS 3328-002 MARITAL AND SEXUAL LIFESTYLES

        In this online course, we will examine contemporary American marriage, family, and sexual lifestyles in cross-cultural, historical, and societal context.  Themes introduced in the text include that families are dynamic, families are diverse, and families are shaped by outside social forces.  The online units are informed by a sociological perspective that links individual, interaction, and society to explain marital and sexual lifestyles.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCI 3313-001 CRIMINOLOGY

        In this online course, we introduce the field of criminology and discover what criminologists do, the legal system they work within, and how they gather information about crime.  Students will learn to identify and categorize multiple types of crimes, going beyond learning definitions and statistics about their prevalence to considering how individuals’ criminal behavior is influenced by their interaction with the social environment.  In addition, we will examine multiple theories that attempt to explain the causes and variations in reactions to crime to broaden students’ understanding of the variation in how people have thought about crime and criminals across history.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2016Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCI 3328-001 MARITAL AND SEXUAL LIFESTYLES

        In this online course, we will examine contemporary American marriage, family, and sexual lifestyles in cross-cultural, historical, and societal context.  Themes introduced in the text include that families are dynamic, families are diverse, and families are shaped by outside social forces.  The online units are informed by a sociological perspective that links individual, interaction, and society to explain marital and sexual lifestyles.

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2016Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCI 3328-001 MARITAL AND SEXUAL LIFESTYLES

        In this online course, we will cover contemporary American lifestyles, including singles, traditional marriages, homosexuals, single-parent families, open marriage, non-marital sexuality, cohabitation, dual-career marriage, childless couples, egalitarian marriages, and families later in life.  

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2015Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCI 3328-002 MARITAL AND SEXUAL LIFESTYLES

        In this online course, we will cover contemporary American lifestyles, including singles, traditional marriages, homosexuals, single-parent families, open marriage, non-marital sexuality, cohabitation, dual-career marriage, childless couples, egalitarian marriages, and families later in life.  

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2015Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCI 3328-001 MARITAL AND SEXUAL LIFESTYLES

        In this online course, we will cover contemporary American lifestyles, including singles, traditional marriages, homosexuals, single-parent families, open marriage, non-marital sexuality, cohabitation, dual-career marriage, childless couples, egalitarian marriages, and families later in life.  

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2015Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCI 3328-002 MARITAL AND SEXUAL LIFESTYLES

        In this online course, we will cover contemporary American lifestyles, including singles, traditional marriages, homosexuals, single-parent families, open marriage, non-marital sexuality, cohabitation, dual-career marriage, childless couples, egalitarian marriages, and families later in life.  

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2015Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCI 3328-003 MARITAL AND SEXUAL LIFESTYLES

        In this online course, we will cover contemporary American lifestyles, including singles, traditional marriages, homosexuals, single-parent families, open marriage, non-marital sexuality, cohabitation, dual-career marriage, childless couples, egalitarian marriages, and families later in life.  

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2015Contact info & Office Hours
      • WOMS 3328-001 MARITAL AND SEXUAL LIFESTYLES

        In this online course, we will cover contemporary American lifestyles, including singles, traditional marriages, homosexuals, single-parent families, open marriage, non-marital sexuality, cohabitation, dual-career marriage, childless couples, egalitarian marriages, and families later in life.  

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2015Contact info & Office Hours
      • WOMS 3328-002 MARITAL AND SEXUAL LIFESTYLES

        In this online course, we will cover contemporary American lifestyles, including singles, traditional marriages, homosexuals, single-parent families, open marriage, non-marital sexuality, cohabitation, dual-career marriage, childless couples, egalitarian marriages, and families later in life.  

        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 2015Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCI 3328-001 Marital and Sexual Lifestyles

        This course examines contemporary American lifestyles selected from:  singles, traditional marriage, homosexuals, single-parent families, open marriage, non-marital sexuality, cohabitation, dual-career marriage, childless copules, egalitarian marriage, families in later life.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2014Contact info & Office Hours1 Document
      • SOCI 3328-002 Marital and Sexual Lifestyles

        This course examines contemporary American lifestyles selected from:  singles, traditional marriage, homosexuals, single-parent families, open marriage, non-marital sexuality, cohabitation, dual-career marriage, childless copules, egalitarian marriage, families in later life.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2014Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCI 3328-003 Marital and Sexual Lifestyles

        This course examines contemporary American lifestyles selected from:  singles, traditional marriage, homosexuals, single-parent families, open marriage, non-marital sexuality, cohabitation, dual-career marriage, childless copules, egalitarian marriage, families in later life.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2014Contact info & Office Hours
      • WOMS 3328-001 Marital and Sexual Lifestyles

        This course examines contemporary American lifestyles selected from:  singles, traditional marriage, homosexuals, single-parent families, open marriage, non-marital sexuality, cohabitation, dual-career marriage, childless copules, egalitarian marriage, families in later life.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2014Contact info & Office Hours
      • WOMS 3328-002 Marital and Sexual Lifestyles

        This course examines contemporary American lifestyles selected from:  singles, traditional marriage, homosexuals, single-parent families, open marriage, non-marital sexuality, cohabitation, dual-career marriage, childless copules, egalitarian marriage, families in later life.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2014Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCI 3328-002 Marital and Sexual Lifestyles

        This course examines contemporary American lifestyles selected from:  singles, traditional marriage, homosexuals, single-parent families, open marriage, non-marital sexuality, cohabitation, dual-career marriage, childless copules, egalitarian marriage, families in later life.

        Spring - 11 Weeks - 2014Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCI 3328-003 Marital and Sexual Lifestyles

        This course examines contemporary American lifestyles selected from:  singles, traditional marriage, homosexuals, single-parent families, open marriage, non-marital sexuality, cohabitation, dual-career marriage, childless copules, egalitarian marriage, families in later life.

        Spring - 11 Weeks - 2014Contact info & Office Hours
      • WOMS 3328-002 Marital and Sexual Lifestyles

        This course examines contemporary American lifestyles selected from:  singles, traditional marriage, homosexuals, single-parent families, open marriage, non-marital sexuality, cohabitation, dual-career marriage, childless copules, egalitarian marriage, families in later life.

        Spring - 11 Weeks - 2014Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCI 3328-001 Marital and Sexual Lifestyles

        This course examines contemporary American lifestyles selected from:  singles, traditional marriage, homosexuals, single-parent families, open marriage, non-marital sexuality, cohabitation, dual-career marriage, childless copules, egalitarian marriage, families in later life.

        Spring - 11 Weeks - 2014Contact info & Office Hours
      • WOMS 3328-001 Marital and Sexual Lifestyles

        This course examines contemporary American lifestyles selected from:  singles, traditional marriage, homosexuals, single-parent families, open marriage, non-marital sexuality, cohabitation, dual-career marriage, childless copules, egalitarian marriage, families in later life.

        Spring - 11 Weeks - 2014Contact info & Office Hours
      • SOCI 3328-000 Marital and Sexual Lifestyles in the United States

        This course examines contemporary American lifestyles selected from:  singles, traditional marriage, homosexuals, single-parent families, open marriage, non-marital sexuality, cohabitation, dual-career marriage, childless copules, egalitarian marriage, families in later life.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2013Contact info & Office Hours1 Link
      • WOMS 3328-000 Marital and Sexual Lifestyles in the United States

        This course examines contemporary American lifestyles selected from:  singles, traditional marriage, homosexuals, single-parent families, open marriage, non-marital sexuality, cohabitation, dual-career marriage, childless couples, egalitarian marriage, families in later life.

        Fall - Regular Academic Session - 2013Contact info & Office Hours1 Link
      • WOMS 3328-000 Marital and Sexual Lifestyles in the United States
        This course examines contemporary American lifestyles selected from: singles, traditional marriage, homosexuals, single-parent families, open marriage, non-marital sexuality, cohabitation, dual-career marriage, childless couples, egalitarian marriage, families in later life.
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 20131 Link
      • SOCI 3328-000 Marital and Sexual Lifestyles in the United States
        This course examines contemporary American lifestyles selected from: singles, traditional marriage, homosexuals, single-parent families, open marriage, non-marital sexuality, cohabitation, dual-career marriage, childless couples, egalitarian marriage, families in later life.
        Spring - Regular Academic Session - 20131 Link