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Actually, some sociologists would say this is the purview of sociology.
Adam Mahoney is a senior at Northwestern University, where he studies journalism and sociology.
Brad Wilcox, director of the National Marriage Project and professor of sociology at the University of Virginia, offered a different theory.
WHY SEX IS NO LONGER A TEEN COMMODITYJOSHUA EFERIGHESEPTEMBER 21, 2020OZY
Shanice Joseph is a sociology student at Long Beach City College.
I didn't know that you were a student of sociology—could estimate capabilities and get everyone in their right groove.
DAVID LANNARCK, MIDGETGEORGE S. HARNEY
Well, digging back in my sociology courses, I would say it was upper-lower class, if there is such a classification.
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On this point sociology—especially the sociology of sex—must frankly admit its mistakes and break with much of its cherished past.
TABOO AND GENETICSMELVIN MOSES KNIGHT, IVA LOWTHER PETERS, AND PHYLLIS MARY BLANCHARD
It has enabled the students of economics and sociology to get at facts that have revolutionized theories.
THE LEAVEN IN A GREAT CITYLILLIAN WILLIAM BETTS
Nor does it admit of doubt, that similar adaptations and precautions are indispensable in sociology.
While thus equipping myself to become a brain merchant, it was inevitable that I should delve into sociology.

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