Dr Maxine P Atkinson
- Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
- Phone: 919-515-9001
Teaching and Research Interests
- Scholarship of Teaching and Learning
- Sociology of the Family and Gender (especially the economic relationship between spouses)
- Aging (focusing on the relationship between aged persons and their adult children)
- 2009 Kristine Macomber, Sarah Rusche, and Maxine P. Atkinson.
"Introduction: From the Outside Looking In: The Sociology of the College
Classroom." Teaching Sociology 27: 228-232.
- 2009 Maxine P. Atkinson, Alison R. Buck, and Andrea N. Hunt. "Sociology of the College Classroom: Applying Sociological Theory at the Classroom Level." Teaching Sociology 27: 233-244.
- 2008 Maxine P. Atkinson, Jeremiah B. Wills, and Amy I. McClure. "The Evidence Matrix: A Simple Heuristic for Analyzing and Integrating Evidence." Teaching Sociology 35:262-271.
- 2008 Amy I. McClure, Maxine P. Atkinson, and Jeremiah B. Wills. "Transferring Teaching Skills: Faculty Development Effects from a First Year Inquiry Program." Journal of the First-Year Experience & Students in Transition 20: 31-52.
- 2008 Maxine P. Atkinson and Andrea N. Hunt. "Inquiry Guided Learning."
Teaching Sociology 36: 1-7.
- 2005 Atkinson, Maxine P., Theodore N. Greenstein and Molly Monahan Lang. "For women, breadwinning can be dangerous: Gendered resource theory and wife abuse." Journal of Marriage and Family 67:1137-1148.
- Postdoctoral Fellow in The Center for the Study of Aging from Duke University
- Ph.D. in Sociology from Washington State University
- M.A. in Sociology from Georgia State University
- B.S. in Ed. from University of Georgia
- SOC 202 - 011Principles of Sociology01:30 - 02:45 M W318 Brooks Hall
- SOC 710 - 001Teaching Sociology06:00 - 08:45 W124 1911 Bldg