Sociology Department at Syracuse University offers core training in sociological issues, theory and practice. The department also provides opportunities for joint degrees or collaborative study with numerous multi-disciplinary research centers at the prestigious Maxwell School of Citizenship and Public Affairs. These include the Center for Policy Research, the Global Affairs Institute, the Alan K. Campbell Public Affairs Institute, and the Program in the Analysis and Resolution of Conflict.
The Transition from School to Work for Children of Immigrants with Lower-Level Educational Credentials in the United States and France, Amy Lutz, Yaël Brinbaum, and Dalia Abdelhady
The Great Sustainability Challenge, Isidor Wallimann
Beyond the Schoolyard: The Contributions of Parenting Logics, Financial Resources, and Social Institutions to the Social Class Gap in Structured Activity Participation, Pamela R. Bennett, Amy Lutz, and Lakshmi Jayaram
How African American is the Net Black Advantage?: Differences in College Attendance Among Immigrant Blacks, Native Blacks, and Whites, Pamela R. Bennett and Amy Lutz
Negotiating Home Language: Spanish Maintenance and Loss in Latino Families, Amy Lutz
Who Joins the Military?: A Look at Race, Class, and Immigration Status, Amy Lutz
Supporting the Employment of Mothers: Policy Variation Across Fourteen Welfare States, Janet C. Gornick, Marcia K. Meyers, and Katherin E. Ross