Jasmine Wise

  E-mail: Jasmine Wise

  Graduate Assistant
  Applied Sociology

  Ph.D., Sociology, Baylor University expected in May 2017 (ABD)
  M.A., Sociology, Baylor University, 2014
  B.S., Psychology, Xavier University of Louisiana, 2012

Curriculum Vitae

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Department of Sociology
P.O. Box 97326
Waco, TX 76798
(254) 710-8603

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.

Recent Publications

Jasmine Wise and Robyn Driskell. Forthcoming. “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.