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Mark Cohan. “The Problem of Gears and Goggles: Managing Membership Boundaries and Identities in the Steampunk Subculture.” Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association, San Diego, CA, March 22 – 25, 2012.Mark Cohan & Kathleen Cook. [In press.] “Two Sides of the Same Coin: The Sociological and Psychological and Social Psychology of Crime.” Helfgott, J.B. (Ed.). Criminal Psychology, Volumes 1-4. Westport, CT: Praeger Publishers.Book review. The Bully Society: School Shootings and the Crisis of Bullying in America’s Schools by Jessie Klein. Gender and Society [in press.]Mark Cohan. (2009). “Bad Apple: The Social Production and Subsequent Reeducation of a Bad Teacher.” Change, (November/December), 32-36. Mark Cohan. (2009). “Adolescent Heterosexual Males Talk About the Role of Male Peer Groups in Their Sexual Decision-Making.” Sexuality and Culture, 13:152-177.
Dr. Gary Perry - "When I See Haiti, I Cannot Help but See New Orleans" - Part 1
Dr. Gary Perry - "When I See Haiti, I Cannot Help but See New Orleans" - Part 2
Tattoos on the Heart: Lessons from the Barrio
Mark Cohan, accomplished scholar of the Steampunk subculture, was featured in the Seattle University Magazine.
Jodi O’Brien recently published “Seeking Normal? Considering Same-Sex Marriage” in Seattle Journal for Social Justice.
Robert Efird is back from a Fulbright-sponsored sabbatical in China, where he spent a year working with local communities engaged in environmental education.
Gary Perry presented a paper at the 2012 meetings of the Association of Black Sociologists titled “Class, Take Out Your iPhones: Teaching Urban Sociology with New Media.”
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