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Southern Oregon University

Adjunct Professor of Sociology

Ph.D. in Sociology, University of California, Davis, 2004


 

Office: Taylor 119

Home Phone: 541-482-7330

Fax: 541-552-6439

Email: skuratoe@sou.edu

 

 

Areas of Interest:

Gender and Inequality, Organizations, Work and Occupations, Qualitative Methods, and Family

 

 

Courses Taught:

Soc 204 (The Sociological Imagination), Soc 304 (Poverty, Family and Policy), Soc 444 (Social Organization), and Bus Admin 498 (Women and Management)

 

 

Recent Publications:

Skuratowicz, Eva and Larry Hunter.  (2004). "Where Do Women's Jobs Come From?  Job Resegregation in an American Bank."  Work and Occupations, v. 31, n. 1, 73-110

 

Hunter, Larry, Annette Bernhardt, Katherine Hughes, and Eva Skuratowicz.  (2001).  "It's Not Just the ATMs: Technology, Firm Strategies, Jobs, and Earnings in Retail Banking."  Industrial and Labor Relations Review, v.54, n. 2A, 402-424

 

 

Recent Presentations:

"Kissin' and Huggin' vs. Knowing What's Right for the Customer: Gender Practices in a Large U.S. Bank."  Co-author Larry Hunter.  Presented at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association, New York, August 11, 2007

 

"Kissin' and Huggin' vs. Knowing What's Right for the Customer: Gender Practices in a Large U.S. Bank."  Co-author Larry Hunter.  Presented at the Fifth International Conference on Gender, Work, and Organization, Keele University, Staffordshire, England, June 27, 2007