The disciplines of sociology and anthropology provide the foundation for an integrated curriculum in the Department of Sociology & Anthropology at Puget Sound. Faculty members representing both disciplines share a fundamental concern for engaging students in critical comparative study of social and cultural phenomena from a wide variety of ethnographic and historical contexts.

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Theses from 2014

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Yoga in the Modern World: The Search for the "Authentic" Practice, Grace Heerman

Theses from 2013

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Who’s the Big Bad Wolf: Exploring Ranchers’ Attitudes on Expanding Gray Wolf Populations Across Eastern Washington Rangeland, Maddy Fisk

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Beyond Hippies and Rabbit Food: The Social Effects of Vegetarianism and Veganism, Anna Lindquist

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Cultural Socialization in International Adoptive Families, Kenzie Miller

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Investigating the Formation and Substantiation of Anti-Vaccination Attitudes: A Qualitative Analysis, Ned Sherry