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Charlie V. Morgan

Charlie-Morgan

Assistant Professor of Sociology

Sociology & Anthropology
Bentley Annex 111
morganc3@ohio.edu
740-593-1371

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Education

Ph.D. Sociology, University of California, Irvine, 2007

Reasearch & Specialization

Race & Ethnic Relations; Multicultural America; International Migration; Intermarriage & Family; Qualitative Research Methods; Japanese Society

Courses Taught

  • Soc 3290: Race & Ethnic Relations in the US
  • Soc 3500: Research Methods

Selected Publications

Morgan, Charlie V. "Immigrant Intermarriage." In Gold, S. J. and S. J. Nawyn, editors, The International Handbook of Migration Studies. Routledge (2013).

Bishop, Rebecca A., and Charlie V. Morgan. "Public Awareness of Human Trafficking In Europe: How Concerned Are European Citizens?" Journal of Immigrant and Refugee Studies, Forthcoming (2013).

Morgan, Charlie V. "Toward a More Nuanced Understanding of Intercoupling: Second Generation Mixed Couples in Southern California."

http://www.ohio.edu/SocAnth//documents/PUBLICATIONS/Toward%20a%20More%20Nuanced%20Understanding%20of%20Intercoupling%20%28Morgan%202012%29.pdf Journal of Family Issues, (2012); 33: 1423-1449.

Morgan, Charlie V. Intermarriage across Race and Ethnicity among Immigrants: E Pluribus Unions. LFB Scholarly Publishing LLC (2009).

Morgan, Charlie V. "A Case Study of Buraku and Non-Buraku Couples in Japan." Journal of Comparative Family Studies 38 (1): 31-54 (2007).

Morgan, Charlie V., and John P. Hoffmann. "International Marriages in Japan: A Prefecture-Level Analysis." International Journal of Sociology and the Family 33 (1): 157-182 (2007).

Rumbaut, Rubén G., Roberto G. Gonzales, Golnaz Komaie, Charlie V. Morgan, and Rosaura Tafoya-Estrada. "Immigration and Incarceration: Patterns and Predictors of Imprisonment among First and Second-Generation Young Adults." Pp. 64-89 in Martínez, R. and A. Valenzuela, editors, Immigration and Crime: Ethnicity, Race, and Violence. New York: New York University Press (2006).


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