Spring 2010 Perspectives
Welcome to the 15th edition of Perspectives, the Sociology journal of the University of New Hampshire! Students in the Sociology Department work hard every semester to write literary compositions for their classes, and Perspectives is a fantastic way to showcase their work.
We are pleased to bring you our widest selection of work yet. In this edition of Perspectives, we have a range of works that include everything from casual sexual encounters between college students to recidivism rates of community-based programs to differences in sitting posture between males and females.
We would like to thank all of the students who submitted papers for this edition of Perspectives. We would also like to thank Lynn Beaver and Deena Peschke for all of their help with compiling the journals over the years. Finally, we would like to thank Professor Rebecca Glauber for advising us on edition this year’s edition of Perspectives.
Jennifer Adams and Alexia Corbett - SOC 601, Methods of Social Research
Valerie R. Barthell and Jessica Ann Waitt - SOC 601, Methods of Social Research
Ting Chin - SOC 697, Woman, Health and Illness
Maureen Corsetti - SOC 599, Sociological Analysis
Rachel Durgin - SOC 599, Sociological Analysis
Amanda Frick - SOC 601, Methods of Social Research
Zach Field, SOC 599, Sociological Analysis
Adam Gaudreault and Nathan Riggs - SOC 601, Methods of Social Research
Ryan B. Johnson - SOC 611, Sociological Theory
Kristin Kashgegian - JUST 701,Senior Seminar
Genevieve LaCon - SOC 599, Sociological Analysis
Emma Carroll and Stephanie Lanza
Celie Morin and Jessica Maxfield
Sarah Hilton Rogers - SOC 611, Sociological Theory
Tanya Rouleau - SOC 601, Methods of Social Research
Victoria Vinciguerra - SOC 599, Sociological Analysis
Ceylan Ozberak, SOC 599, Sociological Analysis
Christopher Lund - SOC 599, Sociological Analysis
Claire Hanchey - SOC 620, Drugs and Society
Heather Dean - SOC 601, Sociological Research Methods
Kristina Moritz and Kate Newman
Makenzie Keene - SOC 599, Sociological Analysis
Do Community-Based Corrections Have an Effect on Recidivism Rates? A Review of Community Supervision, Supportive Reintegration, Electronic Monitoring Programs and Their Impacts on Reducing Reoffending.
Kathryn Miller - SOC 599, Sociological Analysis