Family

Lydia Rose

Teaching

Researching Society
Data Analysis
Family Patterns: A World Perspective
Wealth, Poverty, & Power
Adolescents in Society
 

Key Presentations

Rose, Lydia. “Being Muslim in America: Bridging the Cultural Gap.” Invited Speaker, East Liverpool Ohio, September 2014.

Rose, Lydia. “Community Service Learning Projects and Public Sociology: Using Research to Engage Communities” presentation at the Midwest Sociological Society, Minneapolis, MN. March 2012

Richard Serpe

Teaching and Research Interests:

  • Identity Theory
  • Sociology of the Self
  • Family
  • Emotions
  • Quantitative Methods
  • Survey Research Methodology

Current Research:

My current research revolves around three sets of data that have recently been collected:

Richard Serpe

Key Publications

Brenner, Philip S., Richard T. Serpe, and Sheldon Stryker. 2014. Forthcoming."The Causal Ordering of Prominence and Salience in Identity Theory: An Empirical Examination." Social Psychology Quarterly. Vol 77.

Merolla, David M. and Richard T. Serpe. 2013. "STEM Enrichment Programs and Graduate School Matriculation: The Role of Science Identity" Social Psychology of Education. Online First: DOI 10.1007/s11218-013-9233-7.