Meet the Sociology Faculty and Staff
Jeremiah Bohr, Ph.D.
- Environmental Sociology
- Political Sociology
- Quantitative Research Methods
Soc 101 Introduction to Sociology
Soc 261 Environment & Society
Soc 331 Social Stratification
Soc 381 Social Research
Bohr, Jeremiah. 2016. “The ‘climatism’ cartel: Why climate change deniers oppose market-based mitigation policy.” Environmental Politics25(5):812-830.
Bohr, Jeremiah. 2014. “Public views on the dangers and importance of climate change: predicting climate change beliefs in the United States through income moderated by party identification.” Climatic Change126(1):217-227.
Bohr, Jeremiah. 2014. “Barriers to Environmental Sacrifice: The Interaction of Free Rider Fears with Education, Income, and Ideology.” Sociology Spectrum 34(4):362-379.
Orlee Hauser, Ph.D.
- Sociology of the Family
- Social Psychology
- Deviance and Qualitative Research Methods
- Soc 101 Intercultural Knowledge (Quest 1)
- Soc 151 Modern Social Problems
- Soc 153 Intercultural Exploration of Families (Quest II)
- Soc 321 Social Psychology
- Soc 325 Collective Behavior and Social Movements
- Soc 339 Sociology of the Family
- Soc 368 Sociology of Gender Orlee Hauser Ph.D.
Hauser, Orlee “I love being a mom so I don’t mind doing it all’: The Cost of Maternal Identity” forthcoming in Sociological Focus.
Hauser, Orlee “Sandpaper Pages: a review of Yagil Levy’s Israel’s Death Hierarchy: Casualty Aversion in a Militarized Democracy ” forthcoming in Political and Military Sociology: An Annual Review.
Hauser, Orlee. 2012. “Doing Army or Feeling Army? What Makes Women Feel Organizational Belonging in the Israeli Defence Forces?” in Political and Military Sociology: An Annual Review, Vol. 40, 59-96.
Kuhl, Michelle, Michelle Mouton, Margaret Hostetler, Dru Scribner, Tracy Slagter and Orlee Hauser. 2013 “How We Learned to Stop Worrying and to Enjoying Having it All” In Mari Castaneda and Kirsten Isgro (Eds.) Mothers in Academia. New York: Columbia. (currently in press – available for purchase June 2013)
Hauser, Orlee “Pushing Daddy Away? A Qualitative Study of Maternal Gatekeeping” in Qualitative Sociology Review, Vol. VIII, 1, 2012
Hauser, Orlee. 2011 “We Rule the Base Because We’re Few: ‘Lone Girls’ in Israel’s Military” in Journal of Contemporary Ethnography, Vol. 40, 6, 619-647.
Hauser, Orlee. 2010 “Doing Gender, Doing Combat: Women Soldiers in the Israeli Defense Forces” in The Jewish Journal of Sociology, Vol. 52, 2010.
Hauser, Orlee. 2010. Review of Neustein, Amy (ed), Tempest in the Temple: Jewish Communities & Child Sex Scandals. H-Judaic, H-Net Reviews. November, 2010.
Juyeon Son, Ph.D.
- Medical Sociology
- Race & Ethnicity
- Survey and Quantitative Research Methods
- Soc 101 Introduction to Sociology
- Soc 111 Race, Ethnicity and Society (QUEST I)
- Soc 281 Social Statistics
- Soc 317 Sociology of Health and Illness
- Soc 359 Minority Groups
Son, Juyeon. 2013 “Assimilation and Health Service Utilization of Korean Immigrant Women.” Qualitative Health Research 23(11):1528-1540. http://qhr.sagepub.com/ content/23/11/1528.short
Son, Juyeon. 2013. “Are Immigrants from Asia Healthier than Immigrants from Other Regions?: Self-Reported Health Status and Functional Difficulties of Immigrants in the U.S.” Journal of International Migration and Integration 14(1):19-38. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs12134-011-0223-3
Son, Juyeon. 2014 “Perceptions and challenges: Postpartum care among Korean Americans through an online community” Journal of Transcultural Nursing. Nov 4. pii: 1043659614556353. [Epub ahead of print] http://tcn.sagepub.com/content/early/2014/11/04/1043659614556353.abstract Juyeon Son Ph.D.
Son, Juyeon. 2014. “Immigrant Incorporation, Technology, and Transnationalism among Korean American Women” Journal of International Migration and Integration. doi: 10.1007/s12134-014- 0347-3 (Published online first in May 2014) http:// link.springer.com/article/10.1007%2Fs12134- 014-0347-3
Paul Van Auken, Ph.D.
Associate Professor/Department Chair
- Community and Environmental Sociology
- Urban and Rural Sociology
- Qualitative Research Methods
- Soc 261 Environment and Society
- Soc 311 Sociology of the Modern City
- Soc 313 Rural Sociology
- Soc 315 Population Problems
- Soc 342 Social Ecology
- Soc 481 Senior Seminar
Van Auken, Paul M., Elizabeth S. Barron, Chong Xiong*, and Carly Persson*. 2016. “‘Like a Second Home’: Conceptualizing Experiences Within the Fox River Watershed Through a Framework of Emplacement.” Water (special issue on Watershed Protection and Management) 8(8), 352; doi:10.3390/w8080352.
*UWO undergraduate students at the time of their primary contributions
Van Auken, Paul M. 2013. “Maybe it’s Both of Us: Engagement and Learning.” Teaching Sociology 41(2), 207–215. (http://www.alphakappadelta.org/uploads/Engagement_and_Learning_- _Both_Students___Professor.pdf)
Van Auken, Paul M. and Shaun Golding. 2013. “Rural Property, Collective Action, and Place-Based Planning.” Pp. 151-163 in Place-Based Conservation: Perspectives from the Social Sciences, edited by William Stewart, Daniel Williams, and Linda Kruger. Dordrecht, Netherlands: Springer Science. (http://www.springer.com/environment/environmental+management/ book/978-94-007-5801-8)
Van Auken, Paul M., Shaun Golding, and James R. Brown. 2012. “Prompting with Pictures: Determinism and Democracy in Image-Based Planning.” Practicing Planner 10(1), Spring 2012. (https://www.planning.org/practicingplanner/2012/spr/) – Van Auken, Paul M. and Johan F. Rye. 2011. “Amenities, Affluence, and Ideology: Comparing Rural Restructuring Processes in the U.S. and Norway.” Landscape Research 36 (1): 65-86. (http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/01426397.2010.536203)
Van Auken, Paul M. 2010. “Seeing, Not Participating: Viewscape Fetishism in American and Norwegian Amenity Areas.” Human Ecology 38 (4): 521-537. (http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s10745-010-9323-5#page-1)
Van Auken, Paul M, Svein J. Frisvoll, and Susan I. Stewart. 2010. “Visualising Community: Using Participant-Driven Photo-Elicitation for Research and Application”. Local Environment 15 (4): 373-388. (http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/13549831003677670#preview)
Van Auken, Paul. 2016. “Shortening the Distance” Oshkosh Independent. (http://www.oshkoshindependent.com/author/shortening-the-distance/)
Van Auken, Paul. 2014. “Taking Root: New Life in Oshkosh’s Food Desert.” SCENE (http://new.scenenewspaper.com/2014/07/taking-root-new-life-in-oshkoshs-food-desert/)
Van Auken, Paul. 2014. “Separate Ways, Separate We(s).” SCENE. (http://new.scenenewspaper.com/2014/02/separate-ways-separate-wes/)
Van Auken, Paul. 2014. “You down with OCC?”. SCENE. (http://new.scenenewspaper.com/2014/01/youdown-with-occ/)
Amy Jeanty, B.A.
Academic Department Associate
Phone: (920) 424-2030
Office: Sage Hall, Room 4610
- Academic and administrative support for the department
Phone: (920) 424-2030
Office: Sage Hall, Room 4610