Sociology, MA

Program Faculty

Name
Principal Lecturer

Bodman's current research interests include cross-cultural comparisons of parent-adolescent relationships.

480-965-8335
COWDN 101
Children - Teens - Families, Family and Couple Relationships
Lecturer

Field teaches both in-person and online courses in the Sanford School. He also conducts research on children and adolescents’ social cognitions.

Human Development, Social and Emotional Development, Statistics
Senior Lecturer

Gemelli teaches graduate and undergraduate sociology courses. Her research interests include women, work, and motherhood framed within a class context.

480-965-6978
951 S. Cady Mall PO Box 873701
Gender and Socioeconomic Status, Gender, Race, Ethnicity and Politics, Online Education: Online Teaching and Learning
Lecturer

Harrison is a lecturer with primary teaching interests in social change, innovation, work, deviance, and intro sociology.

SS 111
Complementary and Alternative Medicine, Social Movements, Innovation, Social Responsibility, Design and Design Thinking in Education, Online Education: Online Teaching and Learning
Lecturer

Dr. Haskin's research explores how career-oriented women with young children think about and act toward their maternal bodies in a third shift of appearance work.

480-965-8748
Gender and Sexuality, Work-life Issues, Inequality
Lecturer

Dr. Puruhito is interested in how a student's perceived instrumentality of content plays a role in their academic success. She also studies PTSD in NICU families and inclusion of people with disabilities across environments.

480-965-6978
The Sanford School Box 873701
Motivation, Equity and Inclusion
Senior Lecturer

Her research interests include topics related to improving individual's lives and their close relationships. She teaches undergraduate as well as graduate-level Family and Human Development courses.

480-965-1810
Payne (EDB) 308H
Parenting, Family and Couple Relationships, Human Development, Online Education: Online Teaching and Learning
Senior Lecturer

Dr. Seeley is a Senior Lecturer in the T. Denny Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics at Arizona State University. She has been teaching Family and Human Development and Sociology courses at ASU since 2012.

480-965-6779
SS 111
Children - Teens - Families, Family and Couple Relationships, Family Communication
Lecturer

Swanson teaches social science research and statistical methods, human development and relationships across the lifespan, and family processes.

480-965-6978
Sanford School of Social and Family Dynamics 951 S. Cady Mall
Developmental Psychology, Formal and Informal Learning Environments, Social and Emotional Development, Resilience
Senior Lecturer

Bethany Van Vleet is a senior lecture and director of the online graduate program in family and human development in the Sanford School. Teaching activities emphasize statistics, research methods, and human development.

480-965-8335
Cowden 101
Migration, Race, Ethnicity, and Culture, Human Development
Lecturer

Visconti specializes in teaching online undergraduate and graduate courses in the areas of statistics, research methods, human development, and developmental theories.

Human Development, Online Education: Online Teaching and Learning, Child and Adolescent Development