Elizabeth A. Armstrong
Faculty Associate, Population Studies Center.
Professor of Sociology and Organizational Studies, College of Literature, Science, and the Arts.
Ph.D., Sociology, University of California - Berkeley
Dr. Armstrong is a cultural sociologist with interests in the areas of sexuality, gender, social movements, organizations, and higher education. Her current work examines the sources, development, and consequences of gay movements in the US, and the effects of class and gender on college experiences and outcomes.
Armstrong, E. A. 2014. "Shared subjects, divergent epistemologies: Sociology, social work, and social problems scholarship." Qualitative Social Work, 13(6): 757-765.
Armstrong, Elizabeth A., Laura Hamilton, Elizabeth M. Armstrong, and Jessica Lotus Seeley. 2014. "Good Girls: Gender, Social Class, and Slut Discourse on Campus." Social Psychology Quarterly, 77(2): 100-122.
Armstrong, Elizabeth A., and Laura T. Hamilton. 2013. Paying for the Party: How College Maintains Inequality. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
Backstrom, Laura, Elizabeth A. Armstrong, and Jennifer Puentes. 2012. "Women's Negotiation of Cunnilingus in College Hookups and Relationships." Journal of Sex Research, 49(1): 1-12.
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