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Dr. Nick Guittar
Nicholas A. Guittar, Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Sociology
Division of Business, Behavioral Sciences, Criminal Justice, and Education

USC Lancaster

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Education
Ph.D., Sociology – University of Central Florida (2011)
M.S., Management – University of Central Florida (2005)
B.A. Psychology – University of Central Florida (2001)

Office Location: Hubbard Hall 124 Phone:  803-313-7055
Spring 2014 Office Hours: Fax: 803-313-7106

 

E-mail: NGuittar@mailbox.sc.edu


Courses

SOCY 101 Introductory Sociology
SOCY 301 Sociology of Sex Roles
SOCY 304 Race, Class, Gender, and Sexuality
SOCY 305 Sociology of the Family
SOCY 309 An Introduction to Social Inequality
SOCY 370
Sociology of Sport


Students:
For syllabi and supplementary course materials,
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Recent Publications

Guittar, Nicholas A. and Heili Pals 2014. “Intersecting Gender with Race and Religiosity: Do unique social categories explain attitudes toward homosexuality?” Current Sociology 62(2).

Guittar, Nicholas A. 2014. “Micropanics: A theoretical explanation for anti-gay hate crime perpetration” International Journal of Criminology and Sociological Theory 6(4).

Guittar, Nicholas A. 2013. “The Queer Apologetic: Explaining the use of bisexuality as a transitional identity” Journal of Bisexuality 13(2).

Rayburn, Rachel, and Nicholas A. Guittar. 2013. “’This is Where you are Supposed to be’: How homeless individuals cope with stigma” Sociological Spectrum 33(2).

Guittar, Nicholas A. 2013. “The Meaning of Coming Out: From self-affirmation to full disclosure.” Qualitative Sociology Review 9(3).

Grauerholz, Liz and Nicholas A. Guittar. 2012 Stratification and Inequality. Volume 5 of the Handbook on Sociology. NY: Facts on File, Pub. ISBN: 978-0-8160-8320-6.

Grauerholz, Liz, Megan Deusterhaus, Rebecca Weichsel and Nicholas A. Guittar. 2011. “The Cost of Doing Femininity: Gendered disparities in pricing of personal care products and services.” Gender Issues 28(4).

Sociology as a Major

USC Lancaster: Sociology as a component of the Bachelor of Liberal Studies (BLS) degree
Division of Business, Behavioral Sciences, Criminal Justice, and Education:
http://usclancaster.sc.edu/academics/acadprog.htm
BLS Advisement form: http://pp.sc.edu/students/
           
USC Columbia: Bachelor of Arts in Sociology
USC Department of Sociology homepage: http://www.cas.sc.edu/socy/
Degree Requirements: http://www.cas.sc.edu/socy/undergraduate.html

USC Upstate: Bachelor of Arts in Sociology
Department of Sociology, Criminal Justice, and Women’s Studies: http://www.uscupstate.edu/academics/arts_sciences/sociology/Default.aspx
Degree Requirements: http://www.uscupstate.edu/academics/arts_sciences/sociology/default.aspx?id=2186

 

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