Advances in Sociology Research. Volume 35

$250.00

Jared A. Jaworski (Editor)

Series: Advances in Sociology Research

BISAC: SOC026000

This monograph includes eight chapters that each discuss recent advancements in the field of sociology research. Chapter One explores immigrant youth’s contributions to U.S. culture and identifies potential influences on modern day and future generations. Chapter Two provides a review of the literature concerning the problem of sexual harassment in the hospitality industry. Chapter Three reflects upon the incomplete decolonization and democratization process in Latin America and Brazil. Chapter Four presents a synthesis of the evidence from literature on the implications of housing on social distancing effectiveness among people living in substandard housing units in Ghana. Chapter Five describes the Siberian Tatars, a unique indigenous people of Western Siberia. Chapter Six shows how the institutional norms and practices in orthopedics and surgery are gendered and create structures of inequalities for women doctors. Chapter Seven explores how empowerment and emancipation among high-risk marginalized populations can transpire in a practical context by examining a community-based peer outreach project among commercial sex workers in India called the Sonagachi Project. Finally, Chapter Eight focuses on the paths to women’s leadership in sustainable architecture education.

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Preface

Chapter 1. Immigrant Youth Influences on U.S. Youth Culture
(E. Trejos-Castillo, R. Zaru, P. Mashburn, G. Paruolo, I. Raufu, and R. Ceniceros – Department of Human Development and Family Sciences, Texas Tech University, TX, US)

Chapter 2. Gender Inequity in Education: The Reason Sexual Harassment of Women Persists in the Hospitality Industry, or Any Industry for That Matter
(Joseph “Mick” La Lopa – School of Hospitality and Tourism Management Purdue University, West Lafayette, IN)

Chapter 3. Indigenous Peoples, Pos-Tutelage and Neocolonial Situation: Liberal Democracy and Communities Autonomy in Capitalist World-System
(Andrey Cordeiro Ferreira and João Pacheco de Oliveira – Department of Development, Agriculture and Society, Federal Rural University from Rio de Janeiro, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, et al.)

Chapter 4. Social Distancing and COVID-19: The Housing Dimension and Implications for Housing Policy
(Anthony Kwame Morgan and Rahinatu Ibrahim – Department of Geography and Rural Development, Kwame Nkrumah University of Science and Technology (KNUST), Kumasi, Ghana)

Chapter 5. Siberian Tatars: Unique Indigenous People of Western Siberia
(M. B. Lavryashina, M. V. Ulyanova, Z. A. Tychinskykh, V. V. Poddubikov, B. A. Tkhorenko, V. G. Volkov, D. O. Imekina and S. A. Likshina – Department of Microbiology, Immunology and Virology, Kemerovo State Medical University, Kemerovo, Russia, et al.)

Chapter 6. Gender and Medicine: Experiences and Structural Inequalities in ‘Male-Dominated’ Specialties in India
(Meenakshi Gautam – Department of Sociology, Indraprastha College for Women, Delhi University, Delhi, India)

Chapter 7. Participation, Resilience and Empowerment: Community-Based Peer Outreach Initiative among Commercial Sex Workers in India
(Satarupa Dasgupta – Applied Communication, Ramapo College of New Jersey, Mahwah, New Jersey, US)

Chapter 8. What Supports Do the Women Leaders in Education Need? — A Qualitative Study on the Paths to Women Leadership in Sustainable Architecture Education
(Liqun Bi, Barbara LaCost, and Hengle Jiang – College of Architecture, University of Nebraska-Lincoln, Lincoln, Nebraska, USA, et al.)

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