Monday, November 08, 2004

red states vs. blue states: where did wisconsin sociology faculty get their ph.d.'s?

Bunker, Camic, Dechter, DeLamater, Elder, Eliasoph, Emirbayer, Ermakoff, Ferree, Freese, Fujimura, Gamoran, Gerber, Goldberg, Gorski, Guillot, Halaby, Handel, Hauser, Lichterman, Logan, Lopez Turley, Loveman, MacDonald, Martin, Maynard, Merli, Montgomery, Oliver, Palloni, Piliavin, Quillian, Raymo, Rogers, Sandefur, Schaeffer, Seidman, Suchman, Swallen, Thomson, Wilson, Wright, Zeitlin, Zeng (41 against 3; had Edwards been able to deliver North Carolina for the Democrats, it would have been 43 against Freese)

11 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yes, but the Rural Soc faculty is 10 Blue to 3 Red. Perhaps this reflects some other tendency?

BTW, is this really productive use of time?

Anonymous said...

Yes, but how does it break down for pre-civil war slave vs. free states? There you're on the side of the good guys...

Anonymous said...

So UW sociology is just a bunch of blue-state elitism?

jeremy said...

Did someone really just ask if something I posted to this weblog was a productive use of time? Thanks. Where exactly have you been for the last 16 months?

Anonymous said...

I've been serving on the tenure and promotion committee. Why do you ask?

jeremy said...

Thanks, Anon. There's nothing I like more before going to bed than a panic attack and outbreak of hives.

jeremy said...

Thanks, Anon. There's nothing I like more before going to bed than a panic attack and outbreak of hives.

Goesh said...

I thoroughly enjoy this blog - a must read, like Doonesbury is

Anonymous said...

Jeremy: Though I have not seen your VITA, my sense is that your publications thus far put you in very good shape for survival at any Reserach I university. Just stay active.

tina said...

Yes, but look at how blue that county is:

http://www.cnn.com/ELECTION/2004/pages/results/states/IA/P/00/

jeremy said...

Except: I went to Iowa for my undergrad degree. My Ph.D. is from Indiana. On the bright side, Bloomington also went for Kerry: 54%-45%. On the dim side, Bush did carry the county where I grew up (Calhoun County, Iowa) 59%-41%. Back on the bright side, Kerry won the vote among residents of the Freese Family Farm itself, 100%-0%.