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- n. the academic department responsible for teaching and research in sociology
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Schmidt never returned to Helmericks' class, but she did voice her concerns to Lou Swanson, chair of the sociology department.
Ronit is head of the sociology department at Trinity College Dublin and coordinates the Masters in Ethnic and Racial Studies there.
Detailed census figures released last month and analyzed for The New York Times by Andrew Beveridge, chairman of the sociology department at Queens College, reveal just how vividly many neighborhoods have changed since 2000.
Former criminal justice chairman Russell Dawkins had sought an injunction to keep his job after he was put on paid administrative leave more than two weeks ago pending reassignment to the sociology department.
Of course, the girl whose friends would get her a vibrator and a copy of Backlash for her Sweet Sixteen -- let alone the one who goes on a lobbying day in her state capital with the League of Women Voters -- is going to end up taking women's studies classes in college, and so it went with me, once I'd disposed of prerequisites, distribution requirements and the move from the English department to the sociology department.
It means that the miners have been able to revert this tendency of casualization, which we know around the world is going the other way, "said Ching Kwan Lee, a UCLA sociology professor who conducted recent fieldwork in Zambia, at a colloquium on Jan. 8, 2009, sponsored by the UCLA Institute for Research on Labor and Employment, UCLA Centers for African Studies and Chinese Studies, and the sociology department.