Classes

Sociology 255 - Social Stratification

Semester: 

Spring

Offered: 

2013
This graduate level seminar surveys contemporary research in the field of social stratification. We will discuss competing explanations of and empirical scholarship on the emergence, historical evolution and cross-national variation of social inequalities. Our focus will be especially on inequalities in the education system and on the labor market.

Sociology 203b - Analysis of Longitudinal Data: Seminar

Semester: 

Fall

Offered: 

2012

This course takes an applied approach to the analysis of longitudinal data. Lectures will provide an overview of a variety of techniques, including fixed effects models, multilevel models, and duration models. Students will develop their own empirical projects and receive support as they begin to work with longitudinal datasets.