Brian Serafini

PhD Candidate
Brian Serafini ver. AAM

Contact Information

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Curriculum Vitae (131.64 KB)

I am a PhD candidate in the University of Washington Sociology Department. My research interests cover the areas of work and occupations, labor market inequality, and family. I have regularly taught courses on research methods; social stratification; work, organizations, and labor market inequalities; gender; and the family. I am currently writing about how fast food workers come to accept the terms of their employment, the motherhood wage penalty among millennial women, and the rural-urban divide in marital dissolution. 



Courses Taught

Autumn 2023

Summer 2023

Spring 2023

Winter 2023

Autumn 2022

Summer 2022

Spring 2022

Autumn 2021

Summer 2021

Spring 2021

Winter 2021

Additional Courses

Soc 201: Brogrammers and Geek Girls: Decoding Gender Inequality in Tech (Special Topics)

Soc 300: Foundations of Social Inquiry

Soc 352: The Family

Soc 360: Intro to Social Stratification

Soc 364: Women in Social Structure

Soc 468: Occupations and Professions

Soc 497: Honors Practicum

Psych 523/525: Linear Models and Data Analysis


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