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Stephanie Medley-Rath
Stephanie Medley-Rath,  Ph.D.
Assistant Professor of Sociology

Research

Refereed Journal Articles:

  • Medley-Rath, Stephanie. Forthcoming. “ ‘If You Want to Do It, You Will Have the Time’: Combining Family, Work, and Leisure among Scrapbookers. Journal of the Indiana Academy of the Social Sciences.
  • Medley-Rath, Stephanie. 2016. “ ‘Tell Something about the Pictures’: The Content and the Process of Autobiographical Work among Scrapbookers.” Symbolic Interaction 39(1):86-105.
  • Brown, Marni, Stephanie Medley-Rath, and Erin Ruel. 2011. “High School Student Attitudes toward Providing Girls Opportunities to Participate in Sport.” Sociology of Sport Journal 28(2):239-53.
  • Medley-Rath, Stephanie R. and Wendy Simonds. 2010. “Consuming Contraceptive Control: Gendered Distinctions in Web-Based Contraceptive Advertising.” Culture, Health, & Sexuality 12(7):783-95.
  • Medley-Rath, Stephanie R. 2007. “ ‘Am I Still a Virgin’?: What Counts as Sex in 20 Years of Seventeen.” Sexuality and Culture 11(2):24-38.

Refereed Teaching Publications:

  • Medley-Rath, Stephanie. 2016. “Considerations for Selecting Open Education and Open Access Readings.” TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology. Washington DC: American Sociological Association. (http://trails.asanet.org)
  • Medley-Rath, Stephanie. 2016. “Open Access and Open Education Resources Reading List for Introduction to Sociology.” TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology. Washington DC: American Sociological Association. (http://trails.asanet.org)
  • Medley-Rath, Stephanie. 2015. “Objects from Everyday Life: A Can of Coca-Cola.” Assignment published in TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology. Washington DC: American Sociological Association. (http://trails.asanet.org)
  • Medley-Rath, Stephanie. 2014. "Interpret a Table." Assignment published in TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology. Washington DC:  American Sociological Association. (http://trails.asanet.org)
  • Medley-Rath, Stephanie and Mike Rudibaugh. 2014. "Research Project for Introduction to Research Methods." Assignment published in TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology. Washington DC:  American Sociological Association. (http://trails.asanet.org)
  • Medley-Rath, Stephanie. 2014. “Online Introduction to Sociology Syllabus.” Assignment published in TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology. Washington DC:  American Sociological Association. (http://trails.asanet.org)
  • Medley-Rath, Stephanie. 2013. “Seeing Sociology.” Assignment published in TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology. Washington DC:  American Sociological Association. (http://trails.asanet.org)
  • Medley-Rath, Stephanie. 2013. “A Sociological Analysis of The Blind Side Writing Assignment.” Assignment published in TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology. Washington DC:  American Sociological Association. (http://trails.asanet.org)
  • Medley-Rath, Stephanie. 2013. “Pricing Beauty (First Day of Class Activity).” Assignment published in TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology. Washington DC:  American Sociological Association. (http://trails.asanet.org)
  • Yasumoto, Saori and Stephanie R. Medley-Rath. 2007. “Assignment and Guidelines: Globalizing the Social Problems Classroom: A Comparison of Problems with the Japanese and the U.S. Education Systems.” Pp. 176-177 in Instructor’s Resource Manual on Social Problems, 4th edition. Edited by. W. Carroll and L. Kaelber. 

Book Chapters:

  • Medley-Rath, Stephanie and Lisa M. Lepard. Forthcoming. “Viewing Nimrod from the Pew: Study of the Views of North American Churchgoers on Hunting” in God, Nimrod, and the World: Exploring Christian Perspectives on Sport Hunting, edited by B. V. Hill and J. Price. Mercer University Press.
  • Medley-Rath, Stephanie. 2016. “They’ve Got a Pill for That: The Medicalization of Society.” In Focus on Social Problems: A Contemporary Reader, edited by M. Stombler and A. Jungels. Oxford University Press. 
Last updated: 08/17/2017