He didn’t provide an answer in question format, but William & Mary’s Thomas Linneman nonetheless addressed gender and speech patterns in a recent study titled “Gender in Jeopardy! Intonation Variation on a Television Game Show,” currently forthcoming in the journal Gender & Society.
Professor Thomas Linneman is the 2012 Advisor of the Year.
During the spring semester, a comparative sociology class at William & Mary paired American students with international students to discuss the shared cultural experiences of their generation.
Funding supports faculty-student research and collaboration on internationally-focused, engaged scholarship.
"I'm trying to give [students] the tools to understand how they can be effective in making change in the world around them."--Amy A. Quark
For the faithful of every creed, the beginning of marriage is a religious and spiritual event. But what about when the marriage ends?
In the telling of “Navigating Life’s Roadways” Deborah L. Parker, a native of Waverly Virginia, invites you to share her storied travelogue filled with “Insight from My Odyssey and Inspiration for Your Journey”.
Last Friday, the General Assembly elected Virginia Court of Appeals Judge Elizabeth A. McClanahan ’81 to the Supreme Court of Virginia.
Sociology alum Pamela Sertzen ('07) has received a prestigious Graduate Research Fellowship from the National Science Foundation.
After graduating with a double-major in linguistics and sociology, Rachel Smith finds her job at U.S. News to be the perfect way to blend her passion for service and her love for communications.
Gul Ozyegin, Associate Professor of Women’s Studies and Sociology, is among the 2011 winners of the prestigious Plumeri Awards for Faculty Excellence.
Sociology professor uses technology to teach "the large class" in the William & Mary way.