Dr. Mark Regnerus — What Sexual Behavior Patterns Reveal about the Mating Market and Catholic Thought

Dr. Mark Regnerus, Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Texas at Austin,  delivers his talk entitled “What Contemporary Sexual Behavior Patterns Reveal about the Mating Market and Catholic Thought”.  Dr. Regnerus’s talk was part of the Science and Faith series at Franciscan University of Steubenville.

Karen Wood — America’s Obsession with Youth

Karen Wood, Visiting Instructor of Sociology at Benedictine College, discusses American’s obsession with youth in this excerpt from her talk entitled “The Social Construction of Youth Culture in America: How the Roots and Values of Popular Culture Run Counter to the New Evangelization”.  Ms. Wood’s talk was part of the Society of Catholic Social Scientists Conference.

Karen Wood — The Social Construction of Youth Culture in America

Karen Wood, Visiting Instructor of Sociology at Benedictine College, delivers her talk entitled “The Social Construction of Youth Culture in America: How the Roots and Values of Popular Culture Run Counter to the New Evangelization”.  Ms. Wood’s talk was part of the Society of Catholic Social Scientists Conference.

Dr. Stephen R. Sharkey — Liquid Modernity: A Result of Increasing Rates of Societal Change

Dr. Stephen R. Sharkey, Professor of Sociology at Alverno College, discusses nnn in this excerpt from his talk entitled “Proposing a Catholic Sociology of Sex and Gender to a Post-Modern Culture.”  Dr. Sharkey’s lecture was a part of the Society of Catholic Social Scientists Conference.

Dr. Stephen R. Sharkey — Proposing a Catholic Sociology of Sex and Gender to a Post-Modern Culture

Dr. Stephen R. Sharkey, Professor of Sociology at Alverno College, delivers his talk entitled “Proposing a Catholic Sociology of Sex and Gender to a Post-Modern Culture.”  Dr. Sharkey’s lecture was a part of the Society of Catholic Social Scientists Conference.

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