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  • Department of Sociology
    to the Stanford Sociology Department Professor Corey Fields leads a Theory Course with current PhD Sociology Students Learn more about Stanford Sociology Academics Professor Robb Willer teaches his graduate level course on theoretical analysis and design Learn more about our academic programs Faculty Professor Cecilia Ridgeway delivers the Presidential Address at the 2013 American Sociological Association Conference as 2013 ASA President Learn more about the world renowned faculty Students PhD student Susan Fisk teaches her undergraduate sociology course Learn more about the students in Stanford Sociology Research Professor Mark Granovetter presents a research paper in the economic sociology workshop Learn more about the research done by our faculty News Research by Professor Aliya Saperstein featured on the Colbert Report and on NPR Read more about our department in the news Previous Slide Next Slide Carousel End Recent News Nov 23 2015 New York Times Robb Willer s op ed on political persuasion published in New York Times Nov 23 2015 Stanford Report The less powerful are more generous with trust than the powerful Stanford research reveals See Honors Awards See More News Upcoming Events Jan 07 Sociology Department Colloquium Robert J Sampson Mendenhall 12 30pm Feb 04 Sociology Department Colloquium

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  • Selected Faculty Publications | Department of Sociology
    and Historical Sociology Computational Social Science Cultural Sociology Economic Sociology Education Family Gender Globalization Health Immigration Korean Society and Politics Law Legal Profession Mathematical Sociology Medical Sociology Morality Organizations and Work Political Psychology Political Sociology Prestige Professions Prosocial Behavior Qualitative Methods Quantitative Methods Race and Ethnicity Religion Sexualities Social Demography Social Inequality and Stratification Social Networks Social Psychology Sociology of Education South Asia Theory Selected Faculty Publications Books Andrew G Walder China Under Mao A Revolution Derailed Cambridge Mass Harvard University Press 2015 The Institutional Logic of Governance in China An Organizational Approach in Chinese 中国国家治理的制度逻辑 一个组织学研究 Forhcoming Doug McAdam and Karina Kloos 2014 Deeply Divided Social Movements and Racial Politics in Post War America New York Oxford University Press See all Journal Articles Book Chapters Valentina Goglio and Paolo Parigi 2015 An institutional mechanism to reduce internal competition A hypothesis about the diffusion of satellite universities in Italy Studies in Higher Education Andrew G Walder Andrew Isaacson and Qinglian Liu After State Socialism The Political Origins of Transitional Recessions American Sociological Review 80 2 April 2015 444 468 Jiménez Tomás R Corey Fields Ariela Schachter 2015 How Ethnoraciality Matters The View Inside Ethnoracial Groups Social Currents 2 2 107

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  • About Us | Department of Sociology
    the U S as well as first in the special areas of economic sociology and social psychology and second in social stratification Our undergraduate major is small and intensive our coterminal master s program is one of Stanford s most popular and our doctoral program attracts hundreds of applicants from around the world seeking our advanced rigorous and highly personalized training Long known for being at the cutting edge of quantitative methods we also train students and researchers in qualitative and mixed methods research The current Department Chair is Professor Xueguang Zhou Sociology faculty are prominent in the university community serving as directors of The Institute for Research In the Social Sciences Karen Cook who is also Vice Provost for Faculty Development and Diversity The Clayman Institute for Gender Research Shelley Correll Stanford Center on Poverty and Inequality David Grusky The Asia Pacific Research Center Gi Wook Shin The Native American Studies program within the Center for Comparative Studies in Race and Ethnicity C Matthew Snipp Our strength is augmented by outstanding affiliated sociologists in the Graduate School of Business the Graduate School of Education and Stanford Law School Please explore the pages within this website and feel free to

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  • Robb Willer's op-ed on political persuasion published in New York Times | Department of Sociology
    op ed on political persuasion published in New York Times Nov 23 2015 New York Times Robb Willer and Matthew Feinberg s article on the key to political persuasion was published in the NY Times The Key to Political Persuasion About About Us Department History Contact and Location Make a Gift Academics Overview Undergraduate Program Coterminal Masters Program PhD Program People Faculty Staff Graduate Students News and Events Events News

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  • The less powerful are more generous with trust than the powerful, Stanford research reveals | Department of Sociology
    less power want their more powerful partners in negotiations to be trustworthy and act according to that desire People in low power situations are significantly more trusting of more powerful people than vice versa new Stanford research shows The reason appears to be that low power people are more hopeful about their exchange partners and want them to be more benevolent Read More About About Us Department History Contact and

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  • Honors and Awards | Department of Sociology
    the University s highest award for teaching the Gores Award celebrates achievement in educational activities that include lecturing tutoring advising and discussion leading Natassia Rodriguez James E Blackwell Distinguished Graduate Student Paper Award American Sociological Association s Section on Racial and Ethnic Minorities 2014 Aliya Saperstein with Andrew Penner Oliver Cromwell Cox Article Award from the American Sociological Association s Section on Racial and Ethnic Minorities 2014 Lauren Benditt and

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  • Recent News | Department of Sociology
    article in the Los Angeles Times Mark Granovetter s work profiled in Malcolm Gladwell s latest piece in The New Yorker Oct 14 2015 Mark Granovetter s well known theory on riots is profiled in Malcolm Gladwell s latest piece in The New Yorker The article is also highlighted in NPR s Morning Edition How School Shootings Spread An increasingly ritualized form of violence is attracting unexpected perpetrators http www Robb Willer s Research Covered in the Stanford Report Oct 12 2015 Stanford Report New research shows how to make effective political arguments Stanford sociologist says Stanford sociologist Robb Willer finds that an effective way to persuade people in politics is to reframe arguments to appeal to the moral values of those holding opposing positions Michael Rosenfeld s Research on the Gender of Breakup Receives Press Coverage Aug 31 2015 Michael Rosenfeld s work on the gender of breakup showing that most divorces are wanted by the wife but nonmarital breakups are more gender neutral which was presented at the 2015 ASA meetings received a lot of press coverage including in the New York Times blog Women in the World The Stanford Sociologist Urges Rethinking of Sex and Gender in Surveys Aug 19 2015 Stanford Report New research reveals that most social surveys are not measuring what surveyors think is being measured when it comes to sex and gender To better reflect today s diversity Stanford sociologist Aliya Saperstein says survey designers should ask themselves if using only one question with two possible Stanford Research A high stakes birth lottery in the U S Jul 24 2015 Stanford Report A new study by Stanford researchers describes how American children born into high income families can expect far greater earnings and income over their lifetimes than children born into low income

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  • Sociology Department Colloquium: Robert J. Sampson | Department of Sociology
    J Sampson Henry Ford II Professor of the Social Sciences at Harvard University and Director of the Boston Area Reserach Institute Titla of talk TBA December S M T W T F S 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 19 20 21 22 23 24 25 26 27 28 29 30 31 About About Us Department History Contact

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