How do cultural and family dynamics impact eldercare in Korean communities? Dr. Kyong Hee Chee, associate professor in the Department of Sociology, and her colleague, Dr. Hyun Ji Lee, answered this question in “Without Feeling Guilty”: Filial Piety and Eldercare
On the edge of a large city, in a small, working-class suburban neighborhood, a mother of four struggles to support her children on her own. She receives no child support; the father of her children isn’t involved after their divorce.
On March 8, women around the world celebrated International Women’s Day to recognize women’s contributions to global communities and economies. International Women’s Day challenges us to combat gender inequality and asks us “to champion women of all backgrounds who dare
Texans know drought. Every year, summer brings intense heat and rain becomes increasingly rare. We struggle to keep our lawns green, watch as our rivers and lakes recede, and wait for a storm to break the cycle. In many Texas
Dr. Joseph Kotarba, professor in the Department of Sociology, was interviewed by the oH Project: Oral Histories of HIV/AIDS in Houston, Harris County, and Southeast Texas. This formal interview elicited his personal and professional history conducting research on and advocating