Charles F. Hohm, Ph.D.
Title: Professor of Sociology
Department: College of Natural and Behavioral Sciences
Office: LIB C-502
Phone Extension: x2547
Email Username: chohm
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- Hohm, C. F. (forthcoming) “Sociology in the Academy: How the Discipline is Viewed by Deans (2007 Pacific Sociological Association Presidential Address). Sociological Perspectives
- Hohm, C. F. (forthcoming) “Thirty-Four Years of Viewing Sociology in the California State University System: A Dean’s Perspective on the Views of Non-Sociologists. The American Sociologist
- Hohm, C. F. and C. Venable (2004), ‘Cultural Diversity Courses: The Students’ Perspectives” in A. Johns and M. Sipp (Editors), Diversity in College Classrooms: Practices for Today’s Campuses. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.
- J. Glynn, C.F. Hohm. 2002, “Population Growth and Environmental Degradation,” in Hohm and J. Glynn, California’s Social Problems. Boston: Pine Forge Press.
- Hohm, C.F. and W.S. Johnson (2001). “A System-Wide Approach to Assessing Student Learning in Sociology” in C.F. Hohm and W.S. Johnson, Assessing Student Learning in Sociology. Washington, D.C.: American Sociological Association.
- Hohm, C.F. (2001). “What Do We Mean by ‘Assessment’?” in C. F. Hohm and W. S. Johnson, Assessing Student Learning in Sociology. Washington, D.C.: American Sociological Association (originally published in Footnotes, 28 (4). 2000. Washington, D.C.: American Sociological Association.
- K.Ima, C.F.Hohm (2000). "Child Maltreatment Among Asian and Pacific Islander Refugees and Immigrants" in A. G. Aguirre, Jr. and D. V. Baker, Structured Inequality in the United States: Discussions on the Continuing Significance of Race, Ethnicity, and Gender (originally published in the Journal of Interpersonal Violence). Upper Saddle River, N.J.: Prentice Hall.
- Hohm, C.F., P. Sargent, & R. Moser (1999), A Quantitative Comparison of the Effectiveness of Public and Private Refugee Resettlement Programs: An Evaluation Of the San Diego Wilson/Fish Demonstration Project. Sociological Perspectives (4), 755-763.
- Sargent, P, C. F. Hohm, & R. Moser (1999) . A Qualitative Comparison of the Effectiveness of Private and Public Refugee Resettlement Programs: The San Diego Case. Sociological Perspectives 42 (3), 403-420. Hohm, C. F., J. Gerber, J. Castro, and K. Richardson. (1998). San Diego State University Entry (p. 91), in B. Barefoot, et. al, Exploring the Evidence: Reporting Outcomes Of First Year Seminars, Volume II, (Monograph Series Number 25). Columbia, S. Carolina (University of South Carolina): National Resource Center for The First Year Experience.
- Hohm, C.F. (1998). Message from the Editor: The Academy Under Siege. Sociologcal Perspectives 41 (4).
- Hohm, C.F., & J. Wood (1998, Winter). Introduction: The Academy Under Siege. Sociological Perspectives 41 (4), 687-695
- Hohm C.F., & H. Shore (1998, Winter). The Academy Under Siege: Informing the Public About the Merits of Academic Tenure. Sociological Perspectives 41 (4), 827-831.
- Hohm, C.F., J.A. Glynn, L.J. Jones (1997). Chapter 11: Population Growth and Environmental Degradation, in C.F. Hohm, Editor, California's Social Problems. New York: Longman Publishers.
- Ima, Kenji, & C.F. Hohm (1991, September). Child Maltreatment among Asian and Pacific Islander Refugees and Immigrants: The San Diego case. Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 6 (3), 267-285.
- Hohm, C.F. Introduction (1989). Housing & Society, 16 (1), Special Issue on Rental Housing, 3-4.
- Hohm, C.F., F. Galloway, C. Hanson, & D. Biner (1986, April). A Reappraisal of the Social Security Fertility Hypothesis: A Bidirectional Approach. Social Science Journal, 23 (2), 149-168.
- Hohm, C.F., Comments on White Paper Competition (1986). Housing & Society, 13 (3), 185-187.
- Galloway, F., C.F. Hohm, & R. Purdue (1985, June). Toward a General Home Appraisal Model: Subsample Identification, Joint Variable Construction, and Transmission of Appraiser Error. Property Tax Journal, 4 (2), 61-86.
- Hohm, C.F. (1985, July). The Financial Commitment to Home Ownership: Attitudes of Future Home Buyers. Social Science Journal, 22 (3), 47-55.
- Hohm, C.F. (1985, January). A Profile of Landlords: Demographic, Economic, and Social Characteristics. Growth and Change, 16 (1), 36-46.
- Hohm, C.F. (1985, April). A Multiple Regression Analysis of Residential Income Property Ownership Variables. Social Science Journal, 22 (2), 47-59.
- Hohm, C.F. (1984, April). Housing Aspirations and Fertility. Sociology and Social Research, 68 (3), 350-363.
- Hohm, C.F. (1983, Winter). The Reaction of Landlords to Rent Control. The AREUEA Journal, 11 (4), 504-520.
- Hohm., C.F., (1983). On the Importance of Home Ownership: Correlates of Differential Attitudes. Housing and Society, 10 (2), 61-71.
- Hohm, C.F. (1983). Expectations for Future Home Ownership. Housing and Society, 10 (1), 25-35.
- Hohm, C.F. (1976, Spring). An International Analysis of the Effects of Family Allowance Programs on Fertility Levels. International Journal of Sociology of the Family, 5 (1), 45-56.
- Hohm, C.F. (1976, January). A Human Ecological Approach to the Realities and Perception of Air Pollution: The Los Angeles Case. Pacific Sociological Review, 19 (1), 21-44. Reprinted as Appendix 5.9 in S. Zietsman (ed.), Geography Honours Guide for CLIMOU: Applied Climatology, University of South African Press, Muckleneuk, Pretoria, South Africa, 1981: pp. 329-352.
- Hohm, C.F., Reply to Kelly, Cutright, and Hittle (1976, November). Demography, 13 (4), 587-589.
- Hohm, C.F. (1975, November). Social Security and Fertility: An International Perspective. Demography, 12 (4), 629-644.
- Hohm, C.F. . (With Staff, Population Research Lab., University of Southern California). 1972. "California's Urban Population: Patterns and Trends," in Kingsley Davis & Frederick Styles (Eds.), California's Twenty Million, Population Monograph Series No. 19, from the first symposium on California's Population Problems and Policies held in 1971 under the auspices of the California Assembly Science and Technology Advisory Council, Berkeley, California: Institute of International Studies, pp. 159-296