College of Social SciencesUniversity of Hawaii at Manoa
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Department of Sociology

 

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Jonathan Dial

Jonathan Dial

Lecturer

History

Education:
University of Mississippi, B.A. & M.A. in Sociology and Anthropology

 

Interests

Research:
My research interests have focused on the role of interaction ritual chains in developing and maintaining particular identities within ritual participants. My current research investigates this issue in the context of social networking sites and computer-mediated communications.

 

Instruction

Teaching:
SOC300 - Principles of Sociological Inquiry (Research Methodology)
SOC100 - Introduction to Sociology
SOC415 - Technology and Society

 

eSyllabi

SOC 300 (Fall 2017) : Principles of Sociological Inquiry - Download

SOC 415 (Fall 2017) : Technology and Society - Download

SOC 300 (Spring 2017) : Principles of Sociological Theory - Download
  Section: 001-004

SOC 415 (Spring 2017) : Technology and Society - Download

SOC 300 (Fall 2016) : Principles of Sociological Inquiry - Download
  Section: 001-003

SOC 415 (Fall 2016) : Technology and Society - Download

SOC 415 (Spring 2016) : Technology and Society - Download

SOC SOC300 (Spring 2016) : Principles of Sociological Inquiry - Download

SOC 300 (Fall 2015) : Principles of Sociological Inquiry - Download

SOC 415 (Fall 2015) : Technology and Society - Download

SOC 300 (Fall 2014) : Principles of Sociological Inquiry - Download