Dr. Myungji Yang will be offering SOC 100 and SOC 316 (WI) in Paris in Spring 2024. Attend an upcoming @uhmstudyabroad Info Session for more information.
Dr. Wei Zhang's research article, co-authored by Dr. Thao N. Le, Emma Brown, Jim Crum and Alex Wong of
@FamR_UHManoa, "Risks & Protective Factors for Depression & Suicide Among Hawai‘i Agricultural Producers" published in the Journal of Agromedicine: https://go.hawaii.edu/XC5
“You Have to Prove that You’re Homeless”: Vulnerability and Gatekeeping in Public Housing Prioritization Policies, by Dr. Jennifer Darrah and Alumna Nathalie Rita (Fall 2022), together with Dr. Garboden of @UH_DURP, was featured in this month's ASA Journal
“You Have to Prove that You’re Homeless”: Vulnerability and Gatekeeping in Public Housing Priorit...
Building on theories of symbolic boundaries, this article explores the role of the state as gatekeeper to social p...
Congratulations to Dr. Le Lin whose book, "The Fruits of Opportunism Noncompliance and the Evolution of China's Supplemental Education Industry" @UChicagoPress (2022) has received the @ASAnews Asia and Asian America section's Honorable Mention.
Dr. Wei Zhang's research article, co-authored by Dr. Thao N. Le and Emma Brown of @FamR_UHManoa, "Sense of Meaning and Purpose Making Mitigates the Experience of Stress Among Hawaiʻi Farmers" published in the Journal of Agromedicine: https://go.hawaii.edu/Xwk
The Department of Sociology is offering a variety of online courses during the summer term and there is still time to register!
Alumna Ellen Meiser (Assistant Professor of Sociology, UH Hilo) co-authored this essay with Eli Wilson (Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of New Mexico) about violent chefs:
How did abuse get baked into the restaurant industry?
Barbara Lynch’s alleged bullying of her employees is only the latest in a string of high-profile chef scandals. ...
Professor David T. Johnson, Dr. Nicholas Chagnon and Daniel Jeong’s report “On the Use of Force by Honolulu Police” is available here:
Honolulu Police Department: Use of Force Data - The Civil Beat Law Center
The Law Center worked with the Honolulu Police Department to obtain readily releasable data regarding use of force. ...
Earth Day Event at Campus Center!
Due to unforeseen circumstances, our "AI and Chatbots: Impact and Significance for Higher Education" event has been CANCELLED.
Thank you for your understanding and take care.
Congratulations to Dr. Wei Zhang for receiving one of six Spring 2023 CSS Research Support Awards. This is a collaborative project with colleagues in public health and nursing. @UHMPublicHealth @UHManoaNursing
Join us on 4/18/23 for an in-person roundtable discussion hosted by our Spring 2023 Colloquium Committee: "AI and Chatbots: Impact and Significance for Higher Education"
Latinx Criminology Hot off the Press! Kay Varela, Katherine Irwin, and Anthony Peguero's work has been featured on the Latina/o/x Criminology's website. #schoolsnotprisons https://www.latcrim.org/
Join us for Dr. Blaustein's book talk today from 3-4:15!!
Jason Alexander has been selected for a prestigious scholarship! Congratulations! https://www.hawaii.edu/news/2023/03/17/crown-prince-akihito-scholarship-alexander/
Prof. Ashley Rubin @ashleytrubin guest edited (with @tcguiney and @yeomans_henry) a special issue of the @TheHowardLeague Howard Journal of Crime and Justice on path dependence and criminal justice.
Path Dependence and Criminal Justice Reform: Investigating Continuity and Change across Historical...
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Professor Kimura to speak on tsukemono @AASAsianStudies #AAS2023 session "Multispecies ontology and epistemology: the situated responses and response-abilities in the Anthropocene" (March 17, 4 pm) #AsianStudies #Sociology #JapaneseStudies
UH-Manoa scholars at the Association of Asian Studies meeting #Japanesestudies #AsianStudies #fermentation
Center on Aging, Tokyo Institute of Technology explore tech for older adults
Center on Aging, Tokyo Institute of Technology explore tech for older adults | University of...
The Center on Aging will facilitate interdisciplinary collaborative research between faculty at the two institutions.