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James Faught - Loyola Marymount University. Los Angeles, CA, US

James Faught James Faught

Professor of Sociology | Loyola Marymount University

Los Angeles, CA, UNITED STATES

Bellarmine College of Liberal Arts

Biography

James Faught is a Professor of Sociology at Loyola Marymount University.

Education (3)

University of Notre Dame: Ph.D., Sociology

San Jose State University: M.A., Social Science

San Jose State University: B.A., Social Science

Areas of Expertise (4)

Sociological Theory

Political Sociology

Community

Social Stratification

Industry Expertise (3)

Education/Learning

Training and Development

Research

Research Grants (3)

"Tocqueville's Contribution to Sociological Theory"

National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Stipend (1985) $3,500

"Tocqueville's Contribution to Sociological Theory"

"The Chicago School of Sociology"

National Endowment for the Humanities Fellowship for College Teachers (1981-1982) $12,500

"The Chicago School of Sociology"

"The Role of 'Schools' in the Development of Sociology and Other Social Sciences" (1978)

National Endowment for the Humanities Summer Seminar (1978) (Duke University; Director: Edward A. Tiryakian) $5,000

"The Role of 'Schools' in the Development of Sociology and Other Social Sciences."

Articles (4)

Latinos and the Skin Color Paradox

The Sociological Quarterly

"Latinos and the Skin Color Paradox." (Co-author Margaret Hunter) The Sociological Quarterly 53, no. 4, 676-701, 2012.

Perceptions of Race Relations in Contexts of Ethnic Diversity and Change

Sociological Perspectives

"Perceptions of Race Relations in Contexts of Ethnic Diversity and Change." (Co-author Mara Marks) Sociological Perspectives, 53, no.1, 73-98, 2010

"Interests, Values and Democracy: Tocqueville and Weber"

Journal of Classical Sociology

"Interests, Values and Democracy: Tocqueville and Weber." Journal of Classical Sociology, 7, no. 1, 55-81, 2007.

"Breaking Up is Hard to Do: Explaining the 2002 San Fernando Valley Secession Vote."

Journal of Urban Affairs

"Breaking Up is Hard to Do" Explaining the 2002 San Fernando Valley Secession Vote." Journal of Urban Affairs, 28, no. 4, 375-398, 2006