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Gloria Jones Johnson is a University Professor of Sociology who specializes and teaches courses in social psychology, social inequality and work and occupations. Her recent research foci are self-employment and the contingent work force. She is the director of the Women's and Gender Studies Program. She received her Ph.D from the University of Michigan.
Recent Awards and Recognitions
Gloria Jones-Johnson, promoted to University Professor, Women Impacting ISU 2014 Calendar and WGS Career Achievement Award
What's New with Dr. Jones Johnson
Gloria Jones Johnson, Matt DeLisi, Andy Hochstetler, W. Roy Johnson, and Natalia Frishman. (2013). “Gender Differences in Social Relationships, Social Integration, and Substance Abuse.”Sociology Mind 3:106-113.
Jones Johnson, Gloria and W. Roy Johnson. 2009. "Self Differences in the Effects of Perceived Technology on Psychological Well-Being Among Public Sector Employees." International Review of Comparative Sociology 2:32-39.
Jones Johnson, Gloria. 2007 "Teaching Tips." Medical Sociology Newsletter.
Jones Johnson, Gloria and W. Roy Johnson. 2007. "Gender Differences in the Effects of Perceived Technology on Psychological Well-being Among Public Sector Employees."International Review of Comparative Sociology.
Jones Johnson, Gloria and W. Roy Johnson. 2007. "Self-employment and Job Satisfaction: A Longitudinal Analysis." Journal of Psychology