Campus: Virginia Tech Blacksburg Campus
Instructions: Residential/On Campus
We prepare students to research and teach the roots and effects of such social problems as inequalities, health disparities, and crime in social life.
As one example of research in our department involving collaborations between faculty and doctoral students, consider our laboratory for the study of youth, inequality, and justice investigates disparities, their consequences, and policies that can aid underserved and underrepresented youth.
Anthony A. Peguero, Jennifer M. Bondy, and Jun Sung Hong. 2017. “Social Bonds Across Immigrant Generations: Bonding to School and Examining the Relevance of Assimilation.” Youth & Society, 49 (6): 733-754.
Laura E. Agnich, Lindsay L. Kahle, Anthony A. Peguero, Jennifer L. Murphy, Olivia Foroughi, and Jennifer N. Nester. 2017. “Does Breaking Gender Stereotypes Contribute to Victimization at School?” Criminal Justice Studies, 30(3): 257–275.
Xin Jiang and Anthony A. Peguero. 2017. “Immigrant Generations and Delinquency: Assessing the Relative Effects of Family, School, and Delinquent Peers.” Race and Justice, 7(3): 199–225.
Jennifer M., Bondy, Anthony A. Peguero, and Brent E. Johnson. 2017. “The Children of Immigrants’ Academic Self-Efficacy: The Significance of Gender, Race, Ethnicity, and Segmented Assimilation.” Education and Urban Society, 49(5): 486–517.
Visit our office at 560 McBryde Hall, 225 Stanger Street, Blacksburg, VA 24061
*Fall: August 1
*Fall: April 1
*Deadline for admission with full consideration for funding: January 15