Position title: Professor of Sociology
Phone: (608) 262-5033
4450 Sewell Social Sciences
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Ph.D., Sociology University of California-Berkeley, 1995
Demography and Ecology, Education, Methods and Statistics, Social Stratification
Soc 360 Statistics for Sociologists
Soc 496 Topics: Population and Society in Contemporary Russia
Soc 633 Social Stratification
Soc 923 Social Stratification
Soc 952 Log-linear, latent class, and finite mixture models.
Soc 971 Migration and Migrants
Other Campus Affiliations:
Theodore P. Gerber, Jane Zavisca, and Jia Wang. “Market and Non-market Pathways to Homeownership and Social Stratification in Hybrid Housing Regimes: Evidence from Four Post-Soviet Countries.” American Journal of Sociology. Forthcoming.
Theodore P. Gerber and Michael Van Landingham. “Ties that Remind: Known Family Connections to Past Events as Salience Cues and Collective Memory of Stalin’s Repressions of the 1930s in Contemporary Russia.” American Sociological Review. Vol. 86, no. 4, pp. 639-69, August 2021. DOI: 10.1177/00031224211023798
Marina Zaloznaya and Theodore P. Gerber. “Social Issues in Contemporary Russia: Women’s Rights, Corruption, and Immigration Through Three Sociological Lenses.” Annual Review of Sociology. 2021. https://doi.org/10.1146/annurev-soc-090420-100607.
Theodore P. Gerber and Qian He. “Sino-phobia in Russia and Kyrgyzstan.” Journal of Contemporary China. 2021. https://doi.org/10.1080/10670564.2021.1926090.
Jane Zavisca, Theodore P. Gerber, and Hyungun Suh. “Housing Status in Post-Soviet Contexts: A Multi-Dimensional Measurement Approach.” Social Indicators Research. 2021. Vol. 153, pp.609-34, 2021.
Theodore P. Gerber and Marlene Laruelle. “Who Cares? Russian Public Opinion during Medvedev’s Presidency on the Importance and Politicization of History.” Problems of Post-Communism. Vol. 68, no.5, pp. 415-428, 2021. https://doi.org/10.1080/10758216.2020.1813593.
Theodore P. Gerber and Jane Zavisca. “Experiences in Russia of Kyrgyz and Ukrainian labor migrants: ethnic hierarchies, geopolitical remittances, and the relevance of migration theory.” Post-Soviet Affairs. Vol. 36, no. 1, pp. 61-82, 2020.
Qian He and Theodore P. Gerber. “Origin-Country Culture, Migration Sequencing, and Female Employment: Variations among Immigrant Women in the United States.” International Migration Review. Vol. 54, no. 1, pp. 233-61, 2020.
Hannah S. Chapman and Theodore P. Gerber. “Opinion Formation and Issue Framing Effects of Russian News in Kyrgyzstan.” International Studies Quarterly. Vol. 63, no. 3, pp. 756-69, 2019.
Yuliya Kosyakova and Theodore P. Gerber. “Adult education, stratification, and regime change: upgrading and sidestepping in Russia, 1965-2005.” Sociology of Education. Vol. 92, no. 2, pp. 124-49, 2019.
Theodore P. Gerber. “Stalled Social Mobility in Post-Soviet Russia.” Current History. Vol. 117, no. 801. October 2018, pp.256-65.
Theodore P. Gerber. “Can Sociology Help Democracy Assistance Programs?” Contexts. Vol. 17, no. 2, pp.76-8, 2018.
Theodore P. Gerber and Hannah S. Chapman. “Familiarity Breeds Contempt? Knowledge and Understanding of Democracy, Support for Democratization, and Global City Residence in Russia.” Democratization. Vol. 25, no. 3, pp. 481-503, 2018.
Theodore P. Gerber. “Public Opinion on Human Rights in Putin-Era Russia: Continuities, Changes, and Sources of Variation.” The Journal of Human Rights. Vol. 16, no. 3, 2017, pp. 314-331.
Theodore P. Gerber and Jane Zavisca. “Does Russian propaganda work? Survey evidence from four post-Soviet countries.” The Washington Quarterly. Vol. 39, no 2, Summer 2016, pp. 79-98.
Karine Torosyan, Theodore P. Gerber, and Pilar Gonalons-Pons. “Migration, Household Tasks, and Gender: Evidence from the Republic of Georgia.” International Migration Review. Vol. 50, no. 2, 2016, pp. 445-474.
Jane Zavisca and Theodore P. Gerber. “The Socioeconomic, Demographic, and Political Effects of Housing in Comparative Perspective.” Annual Review of Sociology. Vol. 42, July 2016, pp. 347-367.
Zoltan Lippenyi and Theodore P. Gerber. “Inter-generational micro-class mobility during and after socialism: The power, education, autonomy, capital, and horizontal (PEACH) model in Hungary.” Social Science Research. Vol. 58, no 1, 2016, pp. 80-103.