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VISTING FACULTY & INSTRUCTORS
Ph.D.: North Carolina State University, 1997
Phone: (740) 593-1385
Office: 151 Bentley Annex
Areas of Specialization:
Guiffre, Patti, Cynthia Anderson, and Sharon Bird. 2008. “Teaching the Sociology of Gender and Work.” Teaching Sociology 36(1):66-78.
Anderson, Cynthia D., W. Richard Goe and Chih-Yuan Weng. 2007. “"A Multi-Method Research Strategy for Understanding Change in the Rate of Working Poor within the North Central Region of the United States.” The Review of Regional Studies 37(3): 367-391.
Anderson, Cynthia D. 2006. “Historical Sociological Theory.” Pages 53-59 in Incorporating The Women Founders into Classical Theory Courses: A Resource Book. Edited by Jan Thomas. Washington, DC: American Sociology Association.
Anderson, Cynthia D. 2006. “Sociology of Work.” Pages 3-9 and 149-155 in The Sociology of Gender and Work: Syllabi and Teaching Materials, edited by Patti Guiffre and Sharon Bird. Washington, DC: American Sociology Association.
Anderson, Cynthia D., Michael D. Schulman, and Phillip J. Wood. 2003. “Place, Race, and State: Sustaining the Textile Security Zone in a Changing Southern Labor Market.” Pages 31-54 in Communities of Work: Rural Restructuring in Local and Global Contexts, edited by Bill Falk, Michael Schulman and Ann Tickamyer. Athens, OH: Ohio University Press.
Anderson, Cynthia D., Michael D. Schulman, and Phillip J. Wood. 2001. “Globalization and Uncertainty: The Restructuring of Southern Textiles.” Social Problems. 48(4):478-498.
Anderson, Cynthia D. and Michael Bell. 2000. “The Social Economy of Rural Society: An Introduction.” Journal of Rural Studies. 16:269-272.
Anderson, Cynthia D. 2000. The Social Consequences of Economic Restructuring in the Textile Industry: Change in a Southern Mill Village. New York: Garland Publishing.
Schulman, Michael D. and Cynthia D. Anderson. 1999. “The Dark Side of the Force: A Case Study of Restructuring and Social Capital.” Rural Sociology 64:351-172.