Category: Publications and Accolades

Betty Dobratz publishes “Power, Politics, and Society: An Introduction to Political Sociology”

“Power, Politics, and Society: An Introduction to Political Sociology” by Betty A. Dobratz, professor of sociology, Lisa K. Waldner, and Timothy Buzzell discusses how sociologists have organized the study of politics into conceptual frameworks, and how each of these frameworks foster a sociological perspective on power and politics in society. This includes discussing how these … Continue reading Betty Dobratz publishes “Power, Politics, and Society: An Introduction to Political Sociology”

Oberhauser visiting professor at the University of Gothenburg

Ann Oberhauser, director of women’s and gender studies at Iowa State University, was invited to be a visiting professor at the University of Gothenburg in May and June 2019. She was invited to work with colleagues at the School of Business, Economics, and the Law. These colleagues are part of a sustainable development group at … Continue reading Oberhauser visiting professor at the University of Gothenburg

Paul Lasley receives Distinguished Service Award from Iowa ASFMRA

Paul Lasley, professor and former chair of the Department of Sociology, was awarded the Distinguished Service Award on February 6, 2019 at the Annual Meeting of the Iowa Chapter of the American Society of Farm Managers and Rural Appraisers (ASFMRA). The award is given to an individual or company who has made outstanding and lifelong … Continue reading Paul Lasley receives Distinguished Service Award from Iowa ASFMRA

Iowa State Research team publishes “Code in Transition? The Evolution of Code of the Street Adherence in Adolescence”

An article written by Ph.D. student Jacob Erickson, professor of sociology Andy Hochstetler and assistant professor of sociology Shawn Dorius is forthcoming in the journal Deviant Behavior. The article identifies categorical latent classes in relation to levels of agreement with various street code attitudes and values and then tracks transitions in and out of these … Continue reading Iowa State Research team publishes “Code in Transition? The Evolution of Code of the Street Adherence in Adolescence”