Spring 2024

Section 4215 of SOC1
Introduction to Sociology -- : Jan 19 - Mar 15 2024
This is a regular start, short term section that will meet in person at the day(s), time(s), and location listed. There will be additional course content delivered asynchronously online. All students are welcome to enroll in this class; and this section will have extra support from the Lanzamientoinitiative.

Section 4247 of SOC30
Race and Ethnic Relations -- : Mar 29 - May 17 2024
This is a late start, short term section that will meet in person at the day(s), time(s), and location listed. There will be additional course content delivered asynchronously online. All students are welcome to enroll in this class; and this section will have extra support from the Lanzamientoinitiative.

Section 6103 of SOC30
Race and Ethnic Relations -- : Feb 12 - May 17 2024
This is a late start section that will meet in person at the day(s), time(s), and location listed. There will be additional course content delivered asynchronously online. All students are welcome to enroll in this class; and this section will have extra support from the Lanzamientoinitiative.

Section 6938 of SOC1
Introduction to Sociology -- : Jan 16 - May 17 2024
This section has no regularly scheduled meetings.

Section 8440 of SOC1
Introduction to Sociology -- : Jan 16 - May 17 2024
This section has no regularly scheduled meetings.

Fall 2023

Section 0367 of SOC1
Introduction to Sociology -- : Aug 14 - Dec 08 2023
This section has no regularly scheduled meetings.

Section 0805 of SOC1
Introduction to Sociology -- : Aug 14 - Dec 06 2023

Section 0904 of SOC1
Introduction to Sociology -- : Aug 14 - Dec 08 2023
This section has no regularly scheduled meetings.

Section 1470 of SOC30
Race and Ethnic Relations -- : Aug 14 - Dec 06 2023

Section 2116 of SOC10
Close Relationships and Family Life -- : Sep 11 - Dec 08 2023
This is a late start section that will meet in person at the day(s), time(s), and location listed. There will be additional course content delivered asynchronously online.

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I received my MA and PhD in Applied Sociology from Baylor University in 2006 and 2010, respectively. Prior, I attended Mary Baldwin College (now University), a women's college in Virginia, and earned a BA in Sociology in 2004. 

Hi! I am a tenure track sociologist at SRJC. I joined SRJC in 2023 after living and teaching in Dubai (7 years) and Japan (nearly 3 years). I have been teaching sociology since 2006, and have since taught around the world in many different styles of institutions. I have taught many sociology and social science courses, including; introductory sociology, social problems, race and ethnic relations, social theory, environmental sociology, deviant behavior, gender studies, women's studies, sociology of religion, urban sociology, community sociology, global stratification, demography, population studies, sociology of aging, medical sociology, and marriage and the family. 

I moved to California in July 2023 along with my husband and four (4!) kids ages 1.5, 4, 4, and 10. I spend a lot of my time reading, watching movies (the MCU and Star Wars franchises are among my faves), TV (favorites include Bob's Burgers, Abbot Elementary, Harlem, and Selling Sunset) and gaming (board games or Nintendo Switch mainly).

Work and Consulting Experience

As an applied sociologist, I've done a great deal of work in marketing research and insights since 2004. My most recent role was assistant director of research at Anderson Press in Atlanta. During my time at Baylor I was a senior research analyst at the Center for Community Research and Development. My training is evenly based in both quantitative and qualitative methods.

Presentations and Publications

If you're interested, here a few of my most recent research efforts:

Mook, A., Overdevest, C., and Lusk, Jeniece T.. 2023.  World society and the convergence of consumer values:Buying patterns of eco-certification in the UAE. Business Strategy & Development. DOI: 10.1002/bsd2.242

Lusk, Jeniece T., Jones, K, Ross, A., and Lecat, V. 2022. “Insight into Faculty Open Access Perceptions: A Quantitative Analysis Among UAE Faculty”. New Review of Academic Librarianship. DOI: 10.1080/13614533.2022.2122853

Lusk, Jeniece T. and Johnson, J. 2022. “Bibles and Bathrooms: Intersex Variation Awareness Among College-Aged American Christians”. SAGE Open, 12(3), pp. 1-12. DOI: 10.1177/21582440221095011

Lusk, Jeniece T. and Mook, A. 2020. “Hyper-Consumption to Circular Economy in the United Arab Emirates: Discarding the Disposable and Cherishing the Valuable”. SocioEconomic Challenges, 4(3). DOI: 10.21272/sec.4(3).33-45.2020.

Lusk, Jeniece T. 2018. “Christians Under Covers: Evangelicals and Sexual Pleasures on the Internet” (Book Review). International Sociological Review, 33(2).

Lusk, Jeniece T. 2017. “Japanese Millennials and Intersex Awareness”. Sexuality and Culture, 21(2). DOI: 10.1007/s12119-017-9407-0.