The following list identifies the possible subject matter and topics that might be of interest to students. This list is, by no means, comprehensive, but is intended to demonstrate a breadth (in some cases, depth) of topics possible. Students may have specific needs that may not appear in the list below. By all means, present those and I will determine if I am best suited to work with you.
Sociology Sociological Theory Worldviews Myth Jung and Sociological Theory Jungian Archetypal Symbols Using Jungian Archetypal Symbols to Interpret Popular Stories Culture Systems of Oppression Inequality Deviance and Crime Humiliation and Shame (Sociological Perspectives) Stigma Ostracism Bullying Frameworks: Micro/Meso/Micro; Intersectionality; Phenomenology Stratification Social Change Organizational Change Organizational Leadership Using Genealogy to Learn History Political/Religious Fundamentalism Developing Effective Study Habits Organizing using OneNote Writing a Literature Review Basic Research Advanced Research Qualitative Research EndNote (citation management) Analyzing Data using Excel English Composition Grammar Academic Writing using APA-6th ACT Preparation (Reading ONLY) Process Engineering Project Management