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Department of Psychology, Sociology and Social Work
Member, Texas Tech University System The Princeton Review - 373 Best Colleges, 2011 Edition

Kenneth L. Stewart

Professor of Sociology

Co-Director, Community Development Initiatives

Office: A104B
Phone: (325) 486-6423
Education: 1971 - B.A., Boise State University
1973 - M.A., Colorado State University
1976 - Ph.D. Western Michigan University
At ASU since: 1975
Courses Taught:

Social Problems, American Political Culture, Social Change and Development, Community Development, Social Inequality and Diversity, Social Theory.

Recent Work: (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.