Samuel R. Lucas, Faculty Affiliate of the Institute for Research on Poverty at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, a Professor in the University of California-Berkeley Department of Sociology, and an affiliate of the University of California's Department of Sociology and Demography, has research interests in social stratification, sociology of education, research methods, and research statistics.

MAILING ADDRESS:

Sociology Department
University of California-Berkeley
410 Barrows Hall #1980
Berkeley, California 94720-1980

E-MAIL:

Lucas E-mail Policy

lucas@berkeley.edu

OFFICE HOURS:

Tuesdays 10:15-11:45am, 1:00-2:00pm (sign-up)

Wednesdays 1:30-2:00pm (walk-in)

INSTITUTIONAL LINKS

University of California-Berkeley

Berkeley Sociology

Sociology Faculty

Sociology Graduate Students

Sociology Staff

Berkeley Demography


University of Wisconsin-Madison

Institute for Research on Poverty

Lucas' Advisees

Current Dissertators

None

Current Master's Candidates

None

Dissertations Ever Chaired

None

Dissertations Ever Co-Chaired

--Shannon Gleeson web-site
Areas of interest: Migration, Social Policy, Stratification
Dissertation:
Gleeson, Shannon. 2008. The Intersection of Legal Status and Stratification - The Paradox of Immigration Law and Labor Protections in the United States.
Co-Chair: Irene Bloemraad

--Bryan L. Sykes web-site
Areas of interest: Social Stratification, Crime and Punishment, Demography, and Quantitative Methods
Dissertation:
Sykes, Bryan L. 2007. Three Essays on Causality and Crime.
Co-Chair: Michael Hout

Master's Papers Ever Chaired--Current Students

--Nathalie Miller e-mail
Areas of interest: Political Sociology, Sociology of Law
MA Paper:
Miller, Nathalie. 2013. "The Dawn of a Juridical Field: Lawyers and Power in Contemporary Vietnam."

--Marcel Paret e-mail web-site
Areas of interest: Race & Ethnic Relations, Inequality, Education, Quantitative Methods
MA Paper:
Paret, Marcel. 2004. "Cognitive Gains and the Solidification of Educational Inequalities During Kindergarten and First Grade."

--Phillip N. Fucella
Areas of interest: Sexualities, Psychoanalysis, Methodology, Theory
MA Paper:
Fucella, Phillip N. 1998. "In the Shadow of the School: Educational Stratification and the Extracurricular Engagements of Secondary School Youth."

Master's Papers Ever Chaired--Former Students

--Bryan L. Sykes web-site
Areas of interest: Social Stratification, Crime and Punishment, Demography, and Quantitative Methods
MA Paper:
Sykes, Bryan L. 2005. "Drugs, Money, and Family: A Theoretical and Empirical Analysis of Household Composition and Illegal Labor Market Income."

--Ruha Benjamin
Areas of interest: African Diaspora, Critical Theory, Public Scholarship
MA Paper:
Benjamin, Ruha. 2004. "Filtering Effect of 'The Modern Fact': A Discussion of Test Bias and the Predictive Validity of the GRE in the Context of a Political Economy of Knowledge.

--Shannon Gleeson web-site
Areas of interest: Migration, Social Policy, Stratification
MA Paper:
Gleeson, Shannon. 2004. "An Analysis of Wage Attainment and Occupational Status of Mexican Immigrant Men Living in the U.S.: A Comparison of Current Population Survey and Mexican Migration Project Data."

--Emily Beller
Areas of interest: Political Sociology; Law; Education; Stratification
MA Paper:
Beller, Emily. 2001. "A Multilevel Analysis of the Effects of School Context and 'Risk Factors' on High School Grade Point Average."