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Brian Serafini

PhD Candidate
Brian Serafini ver. AAM

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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 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

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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