Students and Faculty Present at the 110th Annual meeting of the American Sociological Association | Department of Sociology
October 16, 2015

Students and Faculty Present at the 110th Annual meeting of the American Sociological Association

 In August, Students and Faculty presented at the 110th Annual meeting of the American Sociological Association.  This year the meeting was held in Chicago, Illinois and the theme was "Sexualities in the Social World".   Ami R. Moore, Maria Eirini Papadouka, Gabe Ignatow, Nichola Driver, Cynthia Cready, Michael Nino, and Dan Rodeheaver from the Sociology Department attended the meeting. Papers presented included:  “MSM in Accra, Ghana and Lome, Togo: Sexual history and HIV Risk Behavior.” Ami R. Moore & Gertude Adobea Owusu “Correlates of Single Versus Multiple Disabilities in the U.S.: Does World Religion of Birth Matter?” Ami R. Moore & Foster Kwaku Amey “Using Topic Models to Study Journalist-Audience Convergence and Divergence: The Case of Human Trafficking Coverage.” Maria Eirini Papadouka, Nicholas Evangelopoulos, and Gabe Ignatow. “Acculturation in Context: The Relationship Between Neighborhoods, Acculturation, and Condom Use in U.S Adolescents.” Nichola Driver, Cynthia Cready, Michael Nino, and Dan Rodeheaver.