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Sarah Johnson

Adjunct Professor of Sociology, Social Work & Women's Studies

Sarah Johnson
Contact Info
Office:
Psychology Building 201 and Tower Campus

Bio

Sarah Johnson is a lecturer and academic advisor for the Sociology Department at Colorado State University-Pueblo Tower Location in Colorado Springs.  She joined the faculty in 2011 as an adjunct instructor teaching statistics for the Social Work Department on campus. She received her M.A. from the University of Colorado at Colorado Springs in 20011. Current research interests include public perceptions and responses to domestic violence. Past research interests included the intersections of evolutionary principles, environmental degradation, and group behavior. She teaches on campus and in Colorado Springs.  On campus her courses include: Human Diversity, Statistics for Social Workers, and has taught Introduction to Women’s Studies on occasion. At the Tower Location she teaches Social Stratification, Introduction to Sociology, Film & Society, Poverty, Collective Behavior and Social Movements, Sociological Methods, Health, Culture, and Society, and a special topics course titled Race and Ethnic Relations. 

Publications

Pratarelli, M.E., & Johnson, S.M. (2012). Exploring the paradox in Hardin’s “Tragedy of the Commons”: A Conservation Psychology classroom exercise. Ecopsychology, 4(2), 158-166.

 

Johnson, S.M., & Pratarelli, M.E. (2011). The intersection of evolutionary principles, human behavior, and environmental sustainability. Journal of the Evolutionary Studies Consortium, 4(3), 1-41. Retrieved at http://evostudies.org/evos-journal/current-issue/.

 

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