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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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Other Publications

  • “On Assessment” California Sociological Association Newsletter, 11 (2), June, 2000.
  • “What Do We Mean by ‘Assessment’?” American Sociological Association’s Footnotes, 28 (4), April, 2000.
  • "Seventeen Months after the Big One: Where Are They Now?” (with A. Plotkin). The Daily Aztec (San Diego State University student newspaper), October 14, 1993.
  • "Academic Tenure: What Is It and Why Is It Needed? (with H. Shore)" California Sociological Association Newsletter, 3 (2), May, 1993.
  • "Contracts and Tenure," American Sociological Association's Footnotes, 20 (10), March, 1993.
  • "Academic Tenure: What Is It and Why Is It Needed?" SDSU Report, February, 1993.
  • "University Administrators in the Classroom: It's Not a Joke," The Daily Aztec (San Diego State University student newspaper), November 5, 1992.
  • "Some Reflections on Sociology's Future in California," California Sociological Association NewsLetter, 1 (3), September, 1991. Reprinted in American Sociological Association's Footnotes, 20 (2), February, 1992.

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