Sociologists approach their objects of study in a number of ways. Students who satisfy this area of concentration may either: (1) Demonstrate knowledge across a broad range of methodological approaches (including qualitative research approaches, advanced mathematical and econometric modeling, or other specialized approaches); or (2) Demonstrate particularly advanced knowledge in one specific method (e.g., social sequence analysis).

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Matt Hall

Professor of Public Policy and Sociology, Director of the Cornell Population Center

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Daniel T. Lichter

Ferris Family Professor of Policy Analysis and Management, Emeritus and Professor Emeritus of Sociology

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Vida Maralani

Associate Professor

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Barum Park

Assistant Professor

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Maureen Waller

Professor of Public Policy and Sociology

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Cristobal Young

Associate Professor

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Community and Urban Sociology    Computational Social Science    Culture    Economy and Society    Gender    Inequality and Social Stratification    Methodology    Organizations, Work and Occupations    Policy Analysis    Political Sociology and Social Movements    Race, Ethnicity and Immigration    Science, Technology and Medicine    Social Demography    Social Networks    Social Psychology    Sociology of Education    Sociology of Family    Sociology of Health and Illness