Department of Sociology & Anthropology
Middle Tennessee State University
1301 East Main Street
Murfreesboro, TN 37132
Fall 2013 Class Schedule:
|SOC 1010||Introductory Sociology||TR||8:00 to 9:25am|
|SOC 3060||Sociological Theory||TR||11:20 to 12:45pm|
|SOC 6620||Quantitative Research Methods||R||6:00 to 9:00pm|
Carter, William C. with Jim Thomas, Elizabeth Torrone, and Brooke Levandowski. 2008. "Pulling Together: Interagency Coordination and HIV Prevention,"; Journal of Public Health Management and Practice, 14, E1-6.
Carter, William C. with James C. Thomas, Malika Roman Isler and Lizzi Torrone. 2007. "An Inter-Agency Network Perspective on HIV Prevention,"; Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 34, 71-75.
Carter, William C. with S. Lee, K. Thomas and J. Morrissey. 2006. "Managed Care, Inter-agency Linkages, and Outpatient Substance Abuse Treatment," Administration and Policy in Mental Health.
Carter, William C. with S. Lee, J. Morrissey, K. Thomas and A. Ellis. 2005. "Assessing Linkages Between Substance Abuse, Mental Health, and Primary Care Agencies," American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse.
Carter, William C. with S. Feld. 2004. "Principles Relating Social Regard to Size and Density of Personal Networks, with Applications to Stigma," Social Networks, 26, 323-329.
Carter, William C. with S. Feld. 2002. "Detecting Measurement Bias in Respondent Reports of Personal Networks," Social Networks, 24, 365-383.
Carter, William C. with S. Feld. 1998. "When Desegregation Reduces Interracial Contact: A Class Size Paradox for Weak Ties," American Journal of Sociology, 103, 5, 1165-86.
Carter, William C. with S. Feld. 1998. "Foci of Activity as Changing Contexts for Friendship," in R. Adams & G. Allan (eds.), Placing Friendship in Context, New York: Cambridge.