Sociology Program

Learning Opportunities

One of the department’s primary goals is to deepen students’ ability to do research.

The Berea College Department of Sociology supports the initiative of the American Sociological Association to infuse undergraduate research training into the sociology curriculum. We have been selected as one out of twelve departments nationally to address the “scientific literacy” gap for undergraduate students in sociology through participation in the Integrating Data Analysis project. Faculty members have implemented data modules into all courses, especially non-research courses, to foster students’ research skills and experience.

In addition to this we provide a research “capstone” to the undergraduate experience, integrating the knowledge and skills acquired in the sociology curriculum. This “capstone experience” for the sociology major at Berea College is found in the courses SOC 461: Field Experience in Social Policy Studies and SOC 436: Sociological Methods in Action. Every person majoring in sociology carries out an independent research project in one of these courses; every major must design and complete a project in which they demonstrate their research, writing, and critical thinking skills. Students select this “capstone” based upon the courses they have previously completed and their individual interest for independent research work.

BEREA COLLEGE PROGRAM IN ACADEMIC SOCIOLOGICAL RESEARCH:
SOC 436: Sociological Methods in Action.
A complete listing of Student research reports.

  1. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 1, 1991. An Investigation of Conformity Rates Among Female and Male College Freshmen. Beth Monroe.
  2. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 2. 1991. Stereotypes of Men and Women In Male Oriented and Female Oriented Magazines From 1975-1990: A Content Analysis. Angela Lee Collett.
  3. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 3, 1991. A comparative Study of Homicide Rates. Heather M. Barr.
  4. Studies in Academic sociology Nr. 4, 1992. AFDC Recipients’ Perception of Welfare. Tallese Johnson.
  5. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 5, 1992. Sexual Harassment: A Measurement of Differences in Levels of Tolerance and Attribution of Blame Among Berea College Students. Danielle Carlson.
  6. Studies in academic sociology Nr. 6, 1992. Reciprocal Obligations in Dating Behavior: A Study of Attitudes Toward Date Rape. Mathilda B. McCommon.
  7. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 7, 1992. An Analysis of Presidential Election Voting Patterns Using the General Social Survey. Rebecca A. Adams.
  8. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 8, 1992. Perception of Social Isolation and Fear of Crime in the Elderly. Regina Ragan.
  9. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 9, 1992. Why Do Berea College Students Volunteer? A Study of Values and Constraints Upon Service Behavior. Blake L. Jones
  10. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 11, 1992. A Content Analysis of U.S Papers: Labels Used To Define central American Situations in 1989. Patrick Burke.
  11. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 12, 1992. Sex Typing Of Common Behaviors On Television: A Content Analysis of Prime Time T.V. Sharon Locke.
  12. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 13, 1993. Social Attitudes Toward the Legalization of Marijuana: A Comparison of Various Majors at Berea College. Krisitna Dadisman.
  13. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 14, 1993. Attitudes Toward Violence and Violence Rates in America: Comparison and Analysis 1973-1991. Bill Clemons.
  14. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 15, 1993. The Influence of Gender and religiosity on Attitudes Concerning Premarital Sex at Berea College. Rick Skidmore.
  15. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 16, 1993. Preferences For Opening Lines: A Comparison Between Berea College Students and Other Schools. Patricia Edwards.
  16. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 17, 1994. The Relationship between Social Interaction and Child Support Payments. Debbie Bruce.
  17. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 18, 1994. Sex Barriers to Women’s Employment Opportunities in small Religious Institutions of Higher Education. Alicia K Dooley.
  18. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 19, 1994. Migration in Southern Appalachia. Jarood Henson.
  19. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 20, 1994. Teenagers Attitudes Toward Abstinence of Premarital Sex. Vicke Sue McConnell.
  20. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 21, 1994. Role Incongruity: A Study Bases on the Campus of Berea College. Saidah Miller.
  21. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 22, 1994. Effects of Extracurricular Activities and Participation on Racial Tolerance. Tina Polk.
  22. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 23, 1994. Capital Punishment. Fear Levels and Social Status. Dawn Reed.
  23. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 24, 1994. Drinking At Berea College? Dianna Solwecki.
  24. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 25, 1994. Density and Anti-Social Behaviors: Are They Related?. Rebecca Webb.
  25. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 26, 1995. Berea College Student’s Perceptions of Sexually Harassing Behaviors. Gloria Rose.
  26. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 27, 1995. Pornography, Women, and Dating in the 1990′s: A survey of dating, sexuality and sex role attitudes. Lee Anne Barron.
  27. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 28, 1995. Voting Differences on Women’s Issues and Non-Women’s Issues In The U.S House of Representatives. Stanislasa Powell.
  28. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 29, 1995. The Effects of Gender and Race on Occupation Aspirations. Christina Roberts.
  29. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 30, 1995. Contrapower Sexual Harassment on Campus: A study of opinions and experiences of female faculty and staff at a small, southern, private college. Brian Jones.
  30. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 31, 1995. An Analysis Of the Relationship Between Age and Happiness. Greta McCloud.
  31. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 32, 1995. Concealing Age and Looking younger: a study conducted with Berea College students and faculty. Ruth Kegley.
  32. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 33, 1996. Binge Drinking on Berea college Campus: A Report Comparing Berea College with National Statistics. Erin Morris.
  33. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 34, 1996. Black, White, Metropolitan, and Non – metropolitan Berea College Students’ levels of Satisfaction. Kahlil Baker.
  34. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 35, 1996. Attitudes Toward Women in the Work Force: 1977-1990. Holly Nibblett.
  35. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 36, 1996. Attitudes Toward Homosexuality: Trends Over the Past Quarter Century. Thomas Price.
  36. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 37, 1996. Changing Attitudes Toward Premarital Sexual Permissiveness: A Study Over Time. Elsa Taylor.
  37. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 38, 1997. Berea College Faculty Job Satisfaction. Lisa Meade-Dingess.
  38. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 39, 1997. Assessing Attitudes of Berea College Studeents Toward Homosexual Relations.
    Grover F. Case.
  39. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 40, 1997. A Study of the Relationship Between Gender and Attitudes Towards Sexually Explicit Materials. Jim Ambs.
  40. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 41, 1997. Attitudes About Date and Acquaintance Rape: Differences Among College Students.
    Vivian W. Overall.
  41. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 42, 1997. Attitudes Towards Death in Relation to Gender, Ethnicity, and Religion.
    Jessica L. Stewart.
  42. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 43, 1998. Drugs and Alcohol: An Academic Sociological Study of Berea College Students.Michaela Miller.
  43. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 44, 1998. Influences on Berea College Alumni Participation for the fiscal year 1996-97.
    Marvin Radford.
  44. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 45, 1998. Minor Acts of Delinquency in Relation to the Family.
    Tesia Shafer.
  45. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 46, 1998. Capital Punishment: God’s View. Buford Edwards.
  46. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 47, 1998. Is There A Correlation Between Berea Students’ Religiosity and Their College Performance? Diane DeGaetani.
  47. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 48, 1998. Possible Influences on the Percent of Motor Vehicle Theft and Burglary Arrests Attributable To Youth. Becky Dunn.
    Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 49, 1998. Geographic Literacy Among Berea College Students. Gatua Francis.
  48. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 50, 1998. Gender-and Science-Related Attitudes as Predictors of College Students’ College Major. Elodie Tewksbury.
  49. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 51, 1998. The Effect of Sex Educa;tion on Sexual Behavior in Berea College Students.
    Jennifer Richter.
  50. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 52, 1998. Berea College Students’ Attitudes Toward Abortion. Karen Williams.
  51. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 53, 1998. How Family Relations Affect the Deviant Behavior of Berea College Students.
    Dereck Hicks.
  52. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 54, 1999. Attitudes of Berea College On-campus Women Concerning Family Size and Marriage.
    Amy Burkhardt.
  53. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 55, 1999. Religiosity and Paranormal Belief. Angel Farmer.
  54. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 56, 1999. Condom Use Among Berea College Residence Hall Students. Virginia Begley.
  55. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 57, 1999. Drinking and Binge Drinking on the Berea College Campus. Heather Stinson.
  56. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 58, 1999. Does Past Spanking Experiences Influence Current Attitudes Towards Spanking: A Study of Berea College Students. Scott Floyd.
  57. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 59, 1999. Racial Influences Upon College Satisfaction. Kareem D. Jenkins.
  58. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 60, 2000. Environmental Attitudes and Self-Reported Recycling Behavior of Berea College Students. Regina Keyes.
  59. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 61, 2000. Berea College
    Students’ Attitudes Toward Premarital Sex and Promiscuity.
    Addie Sine.
  60. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 62, 2000. Aids Victim
    Blaming Attitudes Among College Students. Lora Munsey.
  61. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 63, 2000. Is There A “Chilly Climate” for Women in the Berea College Classroom”. Ian Thurman.
  62. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 64, 2001. An Investigation Of The Impact Of Socio-Economic Status Upon The Career Aspirations Of Berea College Students Paramendra Bhagat.
  63. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 65, 2001. Analysis of the Attitudes on Interracial Dating Among Berea College Students
    Keesha Gill.
  64. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 66, 2001. Caught In the Net? The Relationship Between Computer and Internet Usage and Social Disengagement Among Students in Berea College
    Sarah Kashfia Karim.
  65. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 67, 2002. An Example of the Gender as Culture Hypothesis: Berea College Students’ Self-Reported Responses to “Troubles Talk” Justina Hoffer.
  66. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 68, 2002. Yakety Yak Who Talks Back: An Examination of the Dynamics of Classroom Discourse at Berea College Mary Lynch.
  67. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 69, 2003. Attitudes Toward Affirmative Action Among Berea College Students Tiffany Singer.
  68. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 70, 2003. A Thin Line Between Love and the Net: A Study of the Attitudes of the Berea College Campus Toward Forming Romantic Relationships on the Internet Sarah Waiswa.
  69. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 71, 2003. An Examination of Berea College Student’s Attitudes Toward Gun Control Todd Caudill.
  70. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 72, 2003. From Ashtrays To Ashes: A Look at Berea College Students’ Attitudes Towards Smoking Christine Carver.
  71. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 73, 2003. Attitudes Towards Homosexuals on the Berea College Campus Jakira Harper.
  72. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 74, 2003. Operation Iraqui Freedom: Berea College Students Attitudes Toward the War in Iraq Lacey Behymer.
  73. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 75, 2003. A Study of the Many Influences Upon Berea College Students’ Level of Religiosity Abbie Johnson.
  74. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 76, 2003. Who Ya Gonna Call?: Social Support Networks of Single Parents at Berea College Corina Bullock.
  75. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 77, 2003. Student Satisfaction with Majors: The Effects of Gender, GPA, and Major Choice Valentina Lukyanova 46. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 78, 2003. Playin with Racism:

A Comparison of Racist Attitudes Between Student-Athletes and Non-Athletes Brendan Fenton.

  1. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 79, 2003.
    Gender Role Attitudes Among Berea College Students Amber M. Hughes.
  2. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 80, 2004. Attitudes of Berea College Students Towards Religious Tolerance, Jason Breeding.
  3. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 81, 2004. The effect of race on attitudes toward abortion, Natalie S. Davis.
  4. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 82, 2004. The Influence of Race upon Berea College Sstudent Satisfaction with college Life, Christina Caul.
  5. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 83, 2004. The Effects of Family Employment Status On Attitudes Towards Family Gender Roles, Laura Heaberlin.
  6. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 84, 2004. The Effect of Religious Affiliation on Atitudes Toward Abortion Among Berea College Students, Benjamin Bryant.
  7. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 85, 2004. Volunteer Habits and Motives Among Berea College Students, Jessica Smochek.
  8. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 86, 2004. A study of the influence of higher education upon the belief dimension of religiosity at Berea College, Giorgi Khodeli.
  9. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 87, 2004. Factors Influencing Rape Myth Acceptance on the Berea College Campus, Tyletra Shevette Young.
  10. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 88, 2004. Analysis of the influences upon Student Leadership on Berea College’s Campus, Amber M. Richardson.
  11. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 89, 2004. Attitudes Toward Divorce Among Berea College Students, Laura A. Trimble.
  12. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 90, 2004. Feminist Attitudes
    on Berea College’s Campus, Stephanie D. Lancaster.
  13. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 91, 2004. An Analysis of Berea College Students’ Attitudes of Premarital Sex, Francesca Evola.
  14. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 92, 2004. The Influence of Athletic Participation upon drinking behavior of Berea College Students, Louis Kluesener.
  15. Studies in Academic Sociology Nr. 93, 2004. The Influence of socio-economic status upon Middle School academic achievement scores in Kentucky, Angela Dodson.

 

BEREA COLLEGE PROGRAM IN APPLIED SOCIOLOGICAL RESEARCH:
SOC 461: FIELD EXPERIENCE IN APPLIED SOCIOLOGY
A complete listing of student research reports and non-profit social service agencies assisted.

  1. Berea College Department of Sociology, Studies in Applied sociology
    Nr. 1, 1979: Service Programs and Rural Households In a Situation of
    Change.Prepared for Red Bird Mission of the United Methodist Church by Tom Boyd, Ruth Nissley and Ed Fugate. (A household survey of opinion, participation in mission programs and demographic structure in the Red Bird Valley of Eastern Kentucky. A needs assessment design, data collection, data analysis, first draft of report.) Two students were involved.
  2. Berea College Department of Sociology, Studies in Applied Sociology Nr. 2, 1980: Evaluation of the Alternate Learning Program of the Berea Community School, Berea Kentucky. Prepared for Berea Community School as student initiated project. (Evaluation study design, data collection, data analysis, report.) D. Michael Graham.
  3. Berea College Department of Sociology, Studies in Applied Sociology Nr. 3, 1980: Students for Appalachia, Berea College, Berea Kentucky. Prepared as a student initiated project. (An evaluation study design, data collection, data analysis, report.) Linda Nelon.
  4. Berea College Department of Sociology, Studies in Applied Sociology Nr. 4, 1980: A Client Population Survey of the Families Served by the Berea Child Care Center. Prepared for Berea Child Care Center as a student initiated project. (Survey design, data collection, data analysis, report.) Amy Hollifield.
  5. Berea College Department of Sociology, Studies in Applied Sociology Nr. 5, 1980: Kentucky River Foothills Development Council Household Survey of Middletown and Farristown Communities. Prepared for local community action agency as a student initiated project. (An evaluation study design, data collection, data analysis, incomplete report.) Justine Conley.
  6. 1980 Community Needs Assessment Survey of Clark, Estill, Garrard, Lincoln, Madison, and Powell Counties. Prepared for Kentucky River Foothills Development Council by Elizabeth Haberman and Lawrence S. York. (A needs assessment receiving technical assistance with design, data collection, and data analysis.) Two students were involved.
  7. Jackson County Community Health Care Assessment Report, March, 1981. Prepared for Health Help, Inc. of McKee, Kentucky. (Data collection assistance with household health survey for rural Appalachian clinic.) Twelve students were involved.
  8. Berea College Department of Sociology, Studies in Applied Sociology Nr. 6, 1982: An Evaluation Study of the Madison County District Court Diversionary Program. Prepared for local district court judge as a student initiated project. (Evaluation study design, data collection, data analysis, report.) William E. Shelton.
  9. Berea College Department of Sociology, Studies in Applied Sociology Nr. 7, 1982: The Southern Madison Youth Employment and Training Program: A Proposal and Plan. Prepared for community action agency as a student initiated project. (Status survey design, data collection, data analysis, program proposal, report.) Laurie M. Waber.
  10. Berea College Department of Sociology, Studies in Applied Sociology Nr. 8, 1982: An Appraisal of Southern Madison County Social Services and a Five Community Household Needs Assessment Design. Prepared as student initiated project. (Program status survey and needs assessment design.) Sandy Chowning
  11. Berea College Department of Sociology, Studies in Applied Sociology Nr. 9, 1982: An Evaluation Study of the Activities Program At The Berea Health Care Center. Prepared for local nursing home as a student initiated project. (Evaluation study design, data collection, data analysis, report.) Laura B. Autry.
  12. Berea College Department of Sociology, Studies in Applied Sociology Nr. 10, 1985. A Status Survey of the Pine Mountain Settlement School Service Area Population. Prepared for the Pine Mountain Settlement School by Tom Boyd and Barry Stamper. (A status survey of census enumeration districts in parts of Letcher, Harlan and Leslie Counties.)
  13. Berea College Department of Sociology, Studies in Applied Sociology Nr. 11, 1987: A Needs Assessment of the White House Clinic Client Population, Berea Ky. Prepared for local health clinic as student initiated project. (Needs assessment design, data collection, data analysis, report.) Robert Goodman.
  14. Berea College Department of Sociology, Studies in Applied Sociology
    Nr. 12, 1989. A Program Design and Evaluation Structure for the Rolling Classroom. Prepared for Forward in the Fifth as a student initiated project. (Evaluation study design, data collection, data
    analysis, report.) Genia McKee.
  15. Berea College Department of Sociology, Studies in Applied Sociology
    Nr. 13, July 1989. A Status Survey of Health Vital Statistics: Jackson County Kentucky 1974-1988. Prepared for Health Help Inc. McKee, Ky. by Eva M. Stull and Tom Boyd. (A status survey of 26 health indicators comparing Jackson County with District 13 A.D.D.and the State of Kentucky.)
  16. Berea College Department of Sociology, Studies in Applied Sociology
    Nr. 14, 1991. An Annual Community Services Block Grant Needs Assessment for Madison, Powell, Clark, and Estill Counties. Prepared for Kentucky River Foothills Development Council as a student initiated project. (Needs assessment design, data collection, data analysis, report.) Reta Jackson.
  17. Berea College Department of Sociology, Studies in Applied Sociology
    Nr. 15, 1991. A Status Survey of Families and School Children in
    Southern Madison County, Kentucky. Prepared for Berea College Students For Appalachia as a student initiated project. (Program analysis, secondary data collection, data analysis, report.)
    Lin-Jye Wang.
  18. Berea College Department of Sociology, Studies in Applied Sociology
    Nr. 18, 1993. An Evaluation of the Berea College Recycling Program.
    Prepared for Berea College Facilities Management Department as as student initiated project. (Program evaluation design, data collection, data analysis report.) Amy Tolliver.
  19. Berea College Department of Sociology, Studies in Applied Sociology
    Nr. 19, 1993. A Status Survey/Needs Assessment of the Elderly in the EMMAUS Center Client Population. Prepared for Christian Appalachian Project elderly program as a student initiated project.(Needs assessment design, secondary data collection, survey data collection, data analysis, report.) Vicky Roysdon.
  20. Berea College Department of Sociology, Studies in Applied Sociology
    Nr. 20, 1997. A Program Evaluation For The Berea College Recycling Department. Prepared for Berea College Recycling Department as a student initiated project. (Program evaluation design, data collection, data analysis report.) Tamara Greenleee.
  21. Berea College Department of Sociology, Studies in Applied Sociology
    Nr. 21, 1997. Independence and Physical Mobility: A Needs Assessment of the Elderly in Madison County. Prepared for Body Recall as a student initiated project. (Needs assessment design, secondary data collection, survey data collection, data analysis, report.) Jane Cinnamon
  22. Berea College Department of Sociology, Studies in Applied Sociology
    Nr. 22, 1997. Program Evaluation and Needs Assessment for The Berea College Health Service. Prepared for Berea College Health Service as a student initiated project. (Needs assessment design, secondary data collection, survey data collection, data analysis, report.) Mam Yassin Sarr
  23. Berea College Department of Sociology, Studies in Applied Sociology
    Nr. 23, 1997. A Needs Assessment of Madison, Estill, Powell, and Clark Counties. Prepared for Kentucky River Foothills Community Action Agency as a student initiated project. (Needs assessment design, secondary data collection, survey data collection, data analysis, report.) Renee Dousay
  24. Berea College Department of Sociology, Studies in Applied Sociology
    Nr. 24, 1997. A Client Population Needs Assessment for Mountain Maternal Health League. Prepared for Mountain Maternal Health League Planned Parenthood, Inc. as a student initiated project. (Needs assessment design, secondary data collection, survey data collection, data analysis, report.) Rebecca Montano
  25. Berea College Department of Sociology, Studies in Applied Sociology
    Nr. 25, 1997. Disaster Planning for the Red Cross: A Status Survey of Five Counties. Prepared for The Daniel Boone Chapter of the American Red Cross as a student initiated project. (Program analysis, secondary data collection, data analysis, report.) Kevin K. Saechao
  26. Berea College Department of Sociology, Studies in Applied Sociology
    Nr. 26, 1997. A Status Survey of the Pine Mountain Settlement School Service Area: Data from the 1990 United States Population Census.
    Prepared for the Pine Mountain Settlement School Board of Directors.
    Tom Boyd.
  27. Berea College Department of Sociology, Studies in Applied Sociology
    Nr. 27, 1999. A Program Evaluation of Berea Buddies. Prepared for Berea College Students For Appalachia. (Program evaluation design, survey data collection, data analysis, report)
    Jeremy Smith.
  28. Berea College Department of Sociology, Studies in Applied Sociology
    Nr. 28, 1999. Travis Estridge An Evaluation of a Housing Program. Prepared for Federation of Appalachian Housing Entereprises. (Program evaluation design, survey data collection, data analysis, report) Travis Estridge.
  29. Berea College Department of Sociology, Studies in Applied Sociology
    Nr. 29 1999. A Program Evaluation of Intramurals at Berea and Asbury Colleges. Prepared for Wellness Program of Berea College (Program evaluation design, survey data collection, data analysis, report) Rachel Newman.
  30. Berea College Department of Sociology, Studies in Applied Sociology
    Nr. 30, 1999. Student Satisfaction With Berea College Financial Aid Services Prepared for Berea College Financial Aid Department. (Needs assessment design, survey data collection, data analysis, report) Sandra Cheek.
  31. Berea College Department of Sociology, Studies in Applied Sociology
    Nr. 31, 1999 Client Satisfaction Survey of Outreach Programs
    for KRFDC Prepared for Kentucky River Foothills Community Action Agency(Needs assessment design, survey data collection, data analysis, report) Crystal Tomlinson.
  32. Berea College Department of Sociology, Studies in Applied Sociology
    Nr. 32, 1999 Assessment of Housing Needs of Berea College Student Families Prepared for Prepared for Berea College Family Housing Committee. (Needs assessment design, survey data collection, data analysis, report) Eric Barnard.
  33. Berea College Department of Sociology, Studies in Applied Sociology
    Nr. 33, 1999″Needs Assessment of Employer Supported Child Care in the Big Sandy Region” Prepared for the Eastern Kentucky Child Care Coalition. (Needs assessment design, survey data collection, data analysis, report) Andrea Tackett.
  34. Berea College Department of Sociology, Studies in Applied Sociology
    Nr. 34, 1999″Needs Assessment of citizen’s Non-Stockpile Chemical Weapons Coalition” Prepared for the Kentucky Environmental Foundation. (Needs assessment design, survey data collection, data analysis, report) Perrin de Jong.
  35. Berea College Department of Sociology, Studies in Applied Sociology
    Nr. 35, 1999″A Program Evaluation of The Teen Mentoring Program” Prepared for Berea College Students for Appalachia. (Program evaluation design, survey data collection, data analysis, report) Vanessa Wentz.
  36. Berea College Department of Sociology, Studies in Applied Sociology
    Nr. 36, 1999 “Employee Satisfaction Survey” Prepared for Kentucky River Foothills Community Action Agency(Needs assessment design, survey data collection, data analysis, report) Jimmie Lewis.
  37. Berea College Department of Sociology, Studies in Applied Sociology
    Nr. 37, 2000 “A Needs Assessment of the Leadership Development Program for Women in Higher Education” Prepared for the Appalachian College Association (Needs assessment design, survey data collection, data analysis, report) Kathryn Lynch.
  38. Berea College Department of Sociology, Studies in Applied Sociology
    Nr. 38, 2000 “A Four County Community Needs Assessment” Prepared for Kentucky River Foothills Community Action Agency(Needs assessment design, survey data collection, data analysis, report) Marsh Reeves.
  39. Berea College Department of Sociology, Studies in Applied Sociology
    Nr. 39, 2000 “A Needs Assessment for Court Appointed Special Advocates” Prepared for CASA of Madison County(Needs assessment design, survey data collection, data analysis, report) Chad Sharber.
  40. Berea College Department of Sociology, Studies in Applied Sociology
    Nr. 40, 2000 “A Needs Assessment of Residential Energy Usage by LIHEAP Program Applicants” Prepared for Kentucky River Foothills Community Action Agency (Needs assessment design, survey data collection, data analysis, report) Tom Boyd.
  41. Berea College Department of Sociology, Studies in Applied Sociology
    Nr. 41, 2001 “A Program Evaluation of the Berea Police
    Department’s Community Policing Initiative” (Program evaluation
    design, survey data collection, data analysis, report)
    Terry Albury.
  42. Berea College Department of Sociology, Studies in Applied Sociology
    Nr. 42, 2001 “Program Evaluation of the Berea Senior Citizens
    Center: Activities Providing Positive Outcomes” (Program
    evaluation design, survey data collection, data analysis, report)
    Stephen Lamb.
  43. Berea College Department of Sociology, Studies in Applied Sociology
    Nr. 43, 2001 “An Evaluation of the Bonner Scholars, SLIP & EDGE
    programs” Prepared for the Berea College Bonner Scholars
    Program (Program evaluation design, survey data collection, data
    analysis, report) Natalie Pride.
  44. Berea College Department of Sociology, Studies in Applied Sociology
    Nr. 44, 2002 “An Assessment of the Spiritual Needs of the Berea College African American Student Population for Berea College Campus Ministry” Prepared for the Berea Campus Ministry Program. (Needs assessment design, survey data collection, data analysis, report) Christina Cataldo.
  45. Berea College Department of Sociology, Studies in Applied Sociology
    Nr. 45, 2002 “Where the Guys Aren’t: A Needs Assessment for the Berea College Upward Bound Program” Prepared for the Berea College Upward Bound Program (Needs assessment design, survey data collection, data analysis, report) Keesha Gill.
  46. Berea College Department of Sociology, Studies in Applied Sociology
    Nr. 46, 2002 “A Summative Program Evaluation of Madison Middle School’s 21st Century Community Learning Center” Prepared for Madison Middle School, Richmond Kentucky. (Program evaluation design, survey data collection, data analysis, report) Bridgett Rogers.
  47. Berea College Department of Sociology, Studies in Applied Sociology
    Nr. 47, 2003 “A Needs Assessment: Discovering Barriers that Hinder Parent Involvement in Their Children’s Education” Prepared for Forward In the Fifth, Berea, Kentucky. (Needs Assessment design, survey data collection, data analysis, report) Crystal Wayne.
  48. Berea College Department of Sociology, Studies in Applied Sociology
    Nr. 48, 2004 “A Formative Program Evaluation of the Berea College Ecovillage” Prepared for the Berea College Ecovillage Planning Committee, Berea, Kentucky. (Program evaluation design, survey data collection, data analysis, report) Jennifer Cress.
  49. Berea College Department of Sociology, Studies in Applied Sociology
    Nr. 49, 2004 “Foothills Community Action Partnership 2004 Community Needs Assessment” Prepared for Kentucky River Foothills Community Action Agency, Richmond, Kentucky. (Needs assessment design, survey data collection, data analysis, report) Diana M. Martin.
  50. Berea College Department of Sociology, Studies in Applied Sociology
    Nr. 50, 2004 “A Formative Program Evaluation of The New Opportunity School For Women” Prepared for The New Opportunity School For Women, Berea, Kentucky. (Program evaluation design, survey data collection, data analysis, report) Patty Tarquino.

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