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The Sociology Ring was started in order to connect the growing number of web sites dealing with the profession. Academic and clinical sociologists, sociology students (graduate or undergraduate), and others are welcome to join the ring. Your page should, however, possess at least some sociological content or relevance. If you are interested, please go to the Sociology Ring's homepage. More information is provided there.

 

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   Womyn's Web - gendeRevolution Preview Go
Articles urging rethinking of the bipolar cultural gender models; effects of DSM IV GID on women and lesbian / gay rights. What Womyn Say section - visitor input - observations, serious or humorous, of our lives. Links, graphics and personal page.
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The homepage for the Sociology Ring
   Mark A. Foster's Sociology Links Page Preview Go
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   Professor Foster's Office Hours Preview Go
This site, named for the theme of my act, presents me as a college sociology professor, my day job, in dialogue with my students (knee figures). Ventriloquism, here, is a vehicle for presenting a multi-religious liberation theology & radical sociology of religions. The discussions, instructional & comedic, focus on the oppressions - including race, class, & gender - & on their gradual elimination.
   The Institute for Emancipatory Constructionism Preview Go
This website reflects an attempt to develop a new critical theory (also known as postmodern critical theory and critical postmodernism). Emancipatory constructionism, grounded in a neo-Marxian dialectic of dominance and emancipation, is recontextualized in poststructuralism, postmodernism, social constructionism, critical pragmatism, and critical pedagogy.






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