Dr. Kenneth L. Stewart
Community Development Initiatives, Department of Psychology, Sociology and Social Work
Professor/Director of Community Development Initiatives
- Ph.D., (1976) Western Michigan University
- M.A., (1973) Colorado State University
- B.A., (1971) Boise State University
- Social Problems
- American Political Culture
- Social Change and Development
- Community Development
- Social Inequality and Diversity
- Social Theory
- (With D. Stanley Eitzen) Solutions to Social Problems from the Bottom Up: Successful Social Movements Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 2007).
- Globalizing a Gated Country: Immigration Policy Debate in the United States,” Forum on Public Policy, 2, 3 (2006): pp. 693-705.
- The U.S. Immigration Policy Debate in the Context of Globalization,” paper presented at the Oxford Round Table on Diversity, Lincoln University, Oxford England, March, 2006.
- (With D. Stanley Eitzen) “National Security and the War on Terror,” Chapter 18 in D. Stanley Eitzen and Maxine Baca Zinn, Social Problems, 10th edition(Boston: Allyn and Bacon, 2005).
- (With D. Stanley Eitzen) “Public Sociology Challenges Discipline’s Prestige and Power Structure,” Public Forum Section, Footnotes, 32, 3 (March 2004),11.
Professor Stewart joined the Angelo State University faculty in 1975 as an Instructor. He worked his way up the ranks to full Professor. Professor Stewart teaches university courses in Social Problems, Social Change, Social Diversity, American Political Culture, Social Theory, and Community Development. Professor Stewart is the author or Co-author of six books and more than 15 scholarly journal articles. Professor Stewart made numerous presentations in venues ranging from the Texas State Historical Association to the American Sociological Association and the Oxford Round Table at England’s Oxford University. Professor Stewart served as Department Head of Psychology and Sociology at ASU for 10 years, 1984–94. Professor Stewart is also the ASU Chair of the Complete Count Committee for 2010 Local Census and Co-Director of the Community Development Initiatives, a program he founded at ASU in 2007.