Laurie Scheuble

Laurie Scheuble

Senior Lecturer in Sociology

413 Oswald Tower
University Park , PA 16802
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Office Phone: (814) 865-9564

Curriculum Vitae

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Education:

  1. Ph.D., University of Nebraska, Lincoln, 1984

Biography:

RESEARCH AND TEACHING INTERESTS

Research methods, introductory sociology and sociology capstone course, marital naming, adoption, ethics of infertility treatments, informal parenting  

PROFESSIONAL AWARDS AND ACHIEVEMENTS

  • The College of Liberal Arts Outstanding Teaching Award for Non-Tenure Line Faculty. 2006.  The Pennsylvania State University—University Park.
  • Justice Association Teaching of the Year Award. Penn State 2004-5.

SELECTED PUBLICATIONS

  • 2010    Schiffler, K., Johonson D. & L. Scheuble. “Ethical Problems with Infertility Treatments:  Attitudes and Explanations. The Social Science Journal: 47: 731-746.
  • 2007     Scheuble, L. K. & Johnson, D.R.  2007.  “Social and Cognitive Factors in   Women’s Marital Name Choice.” Names. 55:229-252.
  • 2005    Scheuble, L. K, &  Johnson, D. R.  “Married women’s situational use of last names”, Sex Roles: A Journal of Research. 53: 143-151.
  • 2002    Johnson, D. R. &  Scheuble, L. K. “What Should We Call Our Kids? Choosing Children’s Surnames When Parents Last Names Differ”.The Social Science Journal. 39:  419-429.
  • 2000   Scheuble, L. K., Klingemann, K., & Johnson, D. R. “Trends in Women’s Marital Name Choice: 1966-1996"  Names. 48, 1:  51-63.
  • 1998   Scheuble, L. K., &  Johnson, D. R. “Attitudes Toward Nontraditional Marital Name Choices:  An Adult Sample.”  Names. 46 (2) 83-96.
  • 1995    Johnson, D. R., &  Scheuble, L.K. "Women's Marital Naming in Two Generations:  A National Study".  Journal of  Marriage and Family. 57(3):724-732.
  • 1993    Scheuble, L. K., & Johnson, D. R. "Marital Name Change:  Plans and Attitudes of College Students" Journal of Marriage and Family55(3):747-754.
  • 1991   Johnson, D. R., & Scheuble, L. K. "Gender Bias in the Disposition of Juvenile Court Referrals:  The Effects of Time and Location." Criminology 29(4): 677-699.