Local students present research at sociology conference

Posted: Wednesday, 28 March 2012

DOTHAN—A group of Troy University sociology students from the Dothan Campus recently presented their research to peers at the Alabama-Mississippi Sociological Association Conference.

The student who presented papers were:

  • Debra Johnson, a junior from Ozark, who presented the paper "Considering Quality of Life Issues for the Elderly"
  • Susan Blue, a senior from Dothan, who presented "Trouble at Home: Exploring Dimensions of Domestic Violence"
  • Elizabeth Ali a junior from Dothan who presented "Big Mama Thornton: Crossing Race, Gender, and Class Boundaries in Alabama Blues Music"
  • Sunny Brown, a senior from St. Louis, MO, who presented ""Examining Concerns Related to Intimate Partner Violence"
  • Helen Creel-Lee, a senior, from Louisville, who presented "Institutional Racism: A Measure of Stratification"
  • The students were accompanied by Dr. Jeneve Brooks, associate professor of sociology. The conference was held Feb. 16-17 in Starkville, Miss.

Bobbie Ann Mason

A group of Troy University sociology students from the Dothan Campus recently presented their research to peers at the Alabama-Mississippi Sociological Association Conference. Pictured left to right are: Dr. Jeneve Brooks, associate professor of sociology; Debra Johnson, a junior from Ozark; Susan Blue, a senior from Dothan and Elizabeth Ali, a senior from Dothan. Not pictured are Sunny Brown, a senior from St. Louis, MO; and Helen Creel-Lee, a senior from Louisville.