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I am an Associate Professor of Sociology at Queens College in the City University of New York. My specialties include the sociologies of media, marketing, personal finance, organizations, economic markets, and quantitative analysis. I am a faculty member in Queens College‚Äôs Program in Data Analytics & Applied Social Research and serve as co-Director of the Queens Podcast Lab.

This website serves as a catalog and repository of my content creation, and a platform for communicating with students and those who share my research, development, or creative interests.

Recent Posts

  • The Reading Assignment Move

    Fake your way into looking like you made a point. Continue reading

  • Metaphors in Organizational Analysis

    Using metaphors to understand organizations. Continue reading

  • Computers Can Make Art: Introducing “AI-Generated” Images

    First impressions of Stable Diffusion, a program to generate images on computers. Continue reading

Recent Additions to the Podcast Archive

  • A Colony and a Nation

    A discussion of Chris Hayes’ A Colony and a Nation. Continue reading

  • Black Republicans (Corey Fields)

    Corey Fields discusses his research on black Republicans. Continue reading

  • Conspiracy Theories and Dover’s Greek Homosexuality*

    Conspiracy theories, ancient greek homosexuality, and R. Continue reading

Recent Additions to the Video Archive

  • Saving Stata-Format Data

    Video tutorial on how to save data in Stata format. Continue reading

  • Summarizing Discrete Variables in Stata

    This video tutorial describes how to summarize discrete variables in Stata. Continue reading

  • Using Do Files in Stata

    Video tutorial on using do files in Stata. Continue reading

Current Projects

Podcasting & Web 2.0

Data Analytics

General Sociology

Past Projects

Personal Finance (2017)

Neoliberalism (2010)

Online Teaching (2012)

On Twitter

Recent Podcasts Series

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