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Jeffrey Burnette

Assistant Professor
Department of Sociology and Anthropology
College of Liberal Arts

585-475-2807
Office Location
1-2146

Jeffrey Burnette

Assistant Professor
Department of Sociology and Anthropology
College of Liberal Arts

Education

BA, State University of Albany; MA, Ph.D., State University of New York at Buffalo

585-475-2807

Currently Teaching

SOCI-102
3 Credits
Sociology is the study of the social world and socialization processes. Sociologists study the broader picture of how societies are structured and organized through a macro-sociological analysis as well as how individuals create their own social reality symbolically through their interactions with others in a micro-sociological analysis. Students in this course will learn the fundamentals of each approach and come away with a sociological framework which they can critically apply to their own lives.
ANTH-265
3 Credits
This course will examine the parallels of anthropological works and resulting government policies in the late-19th and 20th centuries as they relate to the genre of Native Americans film, both popular and ethnographic works. In addition, an extensive regional and historical literature review will complement the possible films.
ECON-101
3 Credits
Microeconomics studies the workings of individual markets. That is, it examines the interaction of the demanders of goods and services with the suppliers of those goods and services. It explores how the behavior of consumers (demanders), the behavior of producers (suppliers), and the level of market competition influence market outcomes.

Select Scholarship

Invited Article/Publication
Burnette, Jeffrey D. "Equal Pay Day and Data Equality for Native American Women." Washington Center for Equitable Growth. (2018). Web.
Journal Paper
Burnette, Jeffrey D. "Inequality in the Labor Market for Native American Women and the Great Recession." American Economic Review 107. 7 (2017): 425-29. Print. ˜