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Cincinnati, OH
Posted:
December 23, 2019

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Matthew Irvin, Ph.D

**** ****** ******, ********** **., 45212. 859-***-****, 336-***-**** ada4tq@r.postjobfree.com

EDUCATION

North Carolina State University, Raleigh NC

Ph.D in Sociology 2006

Dissertation: The Telecommunications Act of 1996

Virginia Commonwealth University

MS in Sociology 1993

Thesis: Emotion Norms in Men’s Self-Help Books: A Content Analysis

Virginia Commonwealth University

BS in Sociology 1991

Areas of Concentration: Women’s Studies, Media

Independent Study: Edgework in Law Enforcement

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Visiting Instructor John Tyler Community College, Chesterfield/Midlothian Virginia 1993-1996

Course Taught: Introductory Sociology

Visiting Instructor, J Sargeant Reynolds Community College, Richmond VA 1993-1995

Course Taught: Introductory Sociology

Visiting Instructor, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond VA 1993-1994

Courses Taught: Introductory Sociology, Sociology of Mass Media

Visiting Instructor Mary Washington College, Fredericksburg VA 1995-1996

Courses Taught: Urban Sociology, Gerontology, Social Research Methods

Visiting Instructor Meredith College, Raleigh NC 2003

Course Taught: Introductory Sociology

Graduate Teaching Assistant, North Carolina State University, Raleigh NC 1998-2005

Courses Taught: Introductory Sociology, Social Problems, Sociology of Work and Occupations, Social Research Methods

Visiting Professor, Wake Forest University, Winston-Salem, NC 2005-2006

Courses Taught: Sociology of the Family, Social Problems

Visiting Professor, Salem College 2006-2007

Courses Taught: Introductory Sociology, Sociology of Mass Media, Sociology of the Family, Globalization, Criminology, Introduction to Social Research Methods

Assistant Professor of Sociology, Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond KY 2007-2013

Courses Taught: Principles of Sociology, Social Problems, Social Research Methods, Statistics, Sociological Theory, Sociology of Mass Media, Social Psychology, Sociology of Formal Organizations, Orientation, Statistics

Associate Professor of Sociology, Eastern Kentucky University, Richmond KY 2013-2017

Courses Taught: Principles of Sociology, Social Problems, Social Research Methods, Statistics, Sociological Theory, Sociology of Mass Media, Social Psychology, Sociology of Formal Organizations, Orientation

Visiting Professor (Online), Argosy University. Chicago IL. 2009-2012

Courses Taught: Introductory Sociology, Online Orientation

Visiting Professor, Kennesaw State University, Kennesaw GA 2013-2018

Courses Taught: Social Problems, Social Stratification, Social Theory, Sociology of Religion

Online Course Instructor, Southern New Hampshire University, Manchester, NH

Courses taught: Sociological Theory, Introductory Sociology

Courses Taught; Introductory Sociology, Community Sociology

Adjunct Professor, Sinclair College, Dayton OH Current

Introductory Sociology, Sociology of the Family

RELATED EXPERIENCE

Research Assistant, Virginia Commonwealth University, Richmond VA, 1992-1994

(recoded infant mortality database information from Centers for Disease Control data for Richmond VA 1900- 1940) Principal Investigator: Dr. Ann Creighton-Zoller

Research Assistant, North Carolina State University, Raleigh NC, 2001-2003

Research assistant on survey of perceptions of food security in the United States, a ten-university consortium-funded study conducted by ten land grant rural sociology programs. Entered, coded, and recoded data, did initial basic frequency and crosstab analysis, administered first, second and third wave mailings of survey instruments. Principal investigator: Dr Ronald Wimberley

Content Writer and Editor, Fastlane Publishing, Denver, CO 2013.

Wrote peer reviewed textbook chapter on socialization; reviewed chapters on micro interaction and political sociology.

PUBLICATIONS AND PAPERS

PUBLISHED WORKS

Book

Irvin, Matthew. 2008. The Telecommunications Act of 1996: The End of Local Ownership?

Saarbrucken, Germany: DVM Verlag

Book Chapter

Irvin, Matthew, 2013 . Chapter Three: "The Importance of Socialization " Sociology in the Fast Lane. Bypass Publishing. Kendall-Hunt Publishing Company. Du Buque, IA.

Refereed Journal Articles:

February, 2005. Robinson, Corree; Taylor, Tiffany; Irvin, Matthew; Zimmer, Cathy; Tomaskovic-Devy, Donald. “Studying Race and Sex Segregation at the Establishment Level: Methodological Issues and Substantive Opportunities Using EEO-1 Reports” Work and Occupations

January. 2012. Stainback, Kevin; Irvin, Matthew. "Workplace Racial Composition, Perceived Discrimination, and Organizational Attachment." Social Science Research. pp 657-670. 41 (2012)

February 2012. Barnicoat, Courtney; Irvin, Matthew; McSpirit, Stephanie. " The Motherhood Wage Penalty: Do Kentucky Women Face Such A Penalty?” The Kentucky Journal of Anthropology and Sociology Pp 55-70. 2:1

November 2012. Reid, Caroline; Irvin, Matthew. "EKU SAFE: A Campus Violence Prevention Program" Kentucky Journal for Excellence in Learning and Teaching Summer, 2015. Irvin, Matthew. “Teaching Note: A Brief Lesson in Global Inequality for Introductory Sociology Students” The Southern Sociologist. Pp 9-12. 47:1

Summer, 2015.Irvin, Matthew. “Teaching Note: A Brief Lesson in Global Inequality for Introductory Sociology Students” The Southern Sociologist. Pp 9-12. 47:1

Fall 2017. Gore, Michelle; Sullivan, Donna; Reid, Caroline: Irvin, Matthew, Smith, Dale. “Independent Living Skills: Evaluating Youth Leaving Foster Care” Professional Development: The International Journal of Continuing Social Work Education. Pp 57-65 20:2

ORAL PAPERS PRESENTED/ INVITED LECTURES

April, 2015. “The Micropolitics of Online Dating” Paper Presented, Annual Meeting, Southern Sociological Society, Atlanta GA.

April 2011: "Feminazis and Abortionists: Right Wing Radio and Internet Blogs as ‘Doing’ Collective Hegemonic Male Cathexis.” Paper Presented, Southern Sociological Society Annual Meeting, Jacksonville FL.

April 2009. “This Is Your Brain on Talk Radio.” Paper Presented, Southern Sociological Society Annual Meeting, Atlanta GA.

August 2008. “Organizational Demography, Diversity and Racial Inequality in the Workplace “(With Kevin Stainback). Invited Thematic Session, American Sociological Society Annual Meeting, Boston MA.

April 2008. Timbre, Tempo, and Lyrics in the Service of Capital. Paper Presented, Southern Sociological Society Annual Meetings, Richmond VA.

April, 2006. Radio Markets and the Rise of Corporate Ownership. Paper Presented, Southern Sociological Society Annual Meetings, New Orleans, LA.

April, 2005. The Rise of Gendered Radio: 1996-2005. Paper presented, Southern Sociological Society Annual Meetings, Charlotte, NC.

August, 2003. Corporate Radio in Unremarkable Media Markets: Diminished Airtime Opportunities for New Artists? Paper presented, Sociology of Music Conference, Emory University, Atlanta GA.

March,2003. The Telecommunications Act of 1996 and its Effect on Radio Station Ownership: Did It Limit Opportunities for Independent Music Distribution? Paper presented, Southern Sociological Society annual meeting, New Orleans.

April 2002. Time Trends in the Gender and Racial Segregation of Jobs. C .Zimmer, D. Tomaskovic-Devy, C. Robinson, M.Irvin. T. McTague, and K. Stainback) Paper presented, annual meeting of the Southern Sociological Society, Baltimore, MD.

August 2000. Organizational Institutionalism and State Level Temporary Aid for Needy Family ( TANF) Programs. Paper presented, Society for the Study of Social Problems annual meeting, Washington, D.C.

April 2000 Organizational Ethics in Medical Research: A Content Analysis (with Linda Treiber) .Paper presented, Southern Sociological Society annual meeting, New Orleans.

April,2000 The Race Composition of Firm Level Job Queues: Evidence from the Multi City Study of Urban Inequality. Paper presented, Southern Sociological Society, New Orleans,

August, 1999. Evaluating the Evaluations: An Overview of Welfare Training Programs, 1981-1996. Paper presented, Society for the Study of Social Problems annual meeting, Chicago, Illinois.



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