Department of Sociology
1115 West Berks Street
Gladfelter Hall, 7th Floor
Philadelphia, PA 19122
Her interests include education, stratification, race/ethnicity (with a focus on Asian Americans), immigration, and family and household demography.
B.A. 1992 Harvard University Concentration: Sociology/ Women's Studies
M.A. 1994 Tulane University Concentration: Sociology
Ph.D. 1999 University of Michigan Concentration: Sociology with a specialization in Population Studies
Data Analysis (Soc 4002): Syllabus
Introduction to Sociology (Soc
Undergraduate Statistics (Soc 3201): Syllabus
Sociology of Education (Soc 3196): Syllabus
Graduate Sociology of Education (Soc 8311): Syllabus
Population (Soc 209): Syllabus
American Ethnicity (Soc 064): Syllabus
Intellectual Heritage 52 (IH52): Syllabus
Selected Publications (please click on the link to obtain the .pdf file):
Goyette, Kimberly and Ann Mullen. 2006. Who Studies the Arts and Sciences? Social Background and the Choice and Consequences of Undergraduate Field of Study. The Journal of Higher Education 77(3):497-538.
Xie, Yu and Kimberly Goyette. 2004. A Demographic Portrait of Asian Americans. Population Reference Bureau/Russell Sage Census 2000 Series.
Xie, Yu, James Raymo, Kimberly Goyette, and Arland Thornton. 2003. Economic Potential and Entry into Marriage and Cohabitation. Demography 40(2):351-68.
Xie, Yu and Kimberly Goyette. 2003. Social Mobility and the Educational Choices of Asian Americans.Social Science Research 32:467-98.
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