College of Social SciencesUniversity of Hawaii at Manoa
null
Department of Sociology

 

People

Faculty | Emeritus & Retired | Visiting | Affiliate | Lecturers | Graduate Students | Staff | On the Job Market

Michael Weinstein

Michael Weinstein

Retired

History

Education:
PhD, 1968, Harvard

Background:
Ph.B., 1963, Monteith College of Wayne State University;
At UH since September 1967>

 

Interests

Research:
During the spring semester of 2010 I served as Visiting Scholar in Sociology at Harvard. First time back since May 1967. My research theme was the new (fall 2009) General Education Program at Harvard, comparisons with Monteith (1959-1963), U. Hawaii (continuing), and other schools where friends filled me in.

Personal:
Humanist Sociology and Reflexivity
(Association for Humanist Sociology);
Participant-Observation;
The Social Construction of Reality;
Sociologies of Community, Ethnicity, Religion, Knowledge

 

Instruction

Teaching:
I retired as of December 31, 2010, but I continue to work in my office in Saunders 243 a couple of times a week.

Advising:
I am happy to meet with colleagues and students, undergraduates and graduate students, to support interests in reflexive field research methods as well as gen ed matters.

 

Publications

Field Methods Report Outline (2008) Download Publication

Grading Statement (2008) Download Publication

Reflexive Statements (2005) Download Publication

 

eSyllabi

SOC 100 (Fall 2010) : Intro to Sociology, Freshman Seminar - Download
  Section: 301
  Course Website

SOC 100A (Fall 2010) : Intro to Sociology, Honors - Download
  Section: 001
  Course Website

SOC 478 (Fall 2010) : Field Research Methods - Download
  Course Website

SOC 491 (Fall 2010) : Freshman Seminar Leaders - Download
  Section: 001
  Course Website

SOC 478 (Spring 2009) : Field Research Methods - Download
  Section: 001

SOC 100 (Fall 2008) : Introduction to Sociology, Freshman Seminar - Download
  Section: 301
  Course Website

SOC 478 (Fall 2008) : Field Research Methods - Download
  Section: 001
  Course Website

SOC 491 (Fall 2008) : Freshman Seminar Leaders - Download
  Section: 001
  Course Website

SOC 609 (Spring 2008) : Qualitative Methods - Download
  Section: 001