E-mail: Jasmine Wise
Ph.D., Sociology, Baylor University expected in May 2017 (ABD)
M.A., Sociology, Baylor University, 2014
B.S., Psychology, Xavier University of Louisiana, 2012
P.O. Box 97326
Waco, TX 76798
Currently, my research interests include social stratification and the networks that come along with them. More specifically, I would like to focus on the networks in various minority communities and how they then, in turn, affect socioeconomic status in America. In the past, I presented research at various conferences and have been published in Xavier University of Louisiana's Undergraduate Research Journal (XULAneXUS). I am excited to be at Baylor and make Waco my home for the next five years.
Forthcoming. 2016. Jasmine Wise and Robyn Driskell. “Tolerance within Community: Does Social Capital Affect Tolerance?." Social Indicators Research.
Mayberry, L. S., Shinn, M., Benton, J. G., and Wise, J. 2014. "Families experiencing housing instability: The effects of housing programs on family routines and rituals." American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 84(1):95-109.
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