Guittar, Nicholas A. Forthcoming in 2013. “The Meaning of Coming Out: From self-affirmation to full disclosure.” Qualitative Sociology Review 9(1).
Grauerholz, Liz, Mandi Barringer, Tim Colyer, Nicholas A. Guittar, Jaime Hecht, Rachel Rayburn, and Elizabeth Swart. Forthcoming in 2013. “Attraction in the Field: What We Need to Acknowledge and Implications for Research and Teaching.” Qualitative Inquiry 19(2).
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.
Guittar, Nicholas A. 2012. “On and Off the Reservation: A Discussion of the Social, Physical and Mental Health Indicators of Suicide in the Native American Community.” Sociology Compass 6(3).
Guittar, Nicholas A. 2012. “Ripped from the Headlines: The Depiction of Sexual Orientation-Based Hate Crimes in Television Crime Dramas.” in The Harms of Crime Media: Essays on the Perpetuation of Racism, Sexism and Class Stereotypes by Joan Connors and Denise Bissler (eds) Jefferson, N.C.: McFarland & Co. ISBN: 978-0-7864-6380-0.
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:
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