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Department of Sociology - Undergraduate Research Day

Department of Sociology Undergraduate Research Day

Join your peers at the Department of Sociology’s Undergraduate Research Day. Participants will be presenting 15-minute PowerPoint presentations of their essays and course research projects to students and faculty members.

Please RSVP to: http://uoft.me/urd


10:00– 11:00        SHOWCASING SOCIOLOGICAL INQUIRY

Nikita Diaram: "A Critical Approach to Adoption Challenges Faced by Gay Men"

Hossai Furmli: "Max Weber and the Escape from the Iron Cage"

Ting Adian Zheng: “What Characteristics Increase the Risk of Physical Domestic Violence Among Egyptian Wives?: Societal, Familial, and Individual Patterns”

Samiha Chowdury: “Multiple migrations and multiple belonging: personal reflections on identity formation”

11:00 – 12:15       ATTITUDES AND SOCIAL NORMS MATTER!

Kasthuri Karunanithi: “Social Class and Attitudes on Welfare”

Janet Kim: “The relationship between attitudes on euthanasia and religious attitudes”

Jason  Pagaduan: “Norms of appropriateness within the social network site, Facebook”

Heather Godier: “Attitudes on the use of medication intervention for ADHD”

12:15 – 1:00          LUNCH

1:00 – 2:15                 EXPLORING POLITICS & EVERYDAY LIFE THROUGH QUALITATIVE INTERVIEWING

Jason Pagaduan: "Urban Policy, Nightlife, and Local Politics"

Ellah Mangwiza: “Performing the "I" and "Me": Realization of the "Self" through Housework” 

Saki Otsubo: “Listen Up, Follow Up: Methodological Issues in Qualitative Interviewing”

Charlene Campo: “Exploring Individual Identity through Qualitative Interviewing: A Methodological Inquiry”

*The event will close with a small awards ceremony, with prizes given for the best paper and an honorable mention. 

 




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