Faculty

Beverly Burris

Professor
Ph.D. New York University (1982)

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Office: SSCI 1103A
Office phone: 505-277-2501

Research Areas

Theory, classical and contemporary; Sociology of Work; Sociology of Higher Education

 

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Beverly Burris is working on a book manuscript on academic corporatism and the transformation of the academic workplace since 1980.

“Technocratic Teamwork: Mitigating Polarization and Cultural Marginalization in an Engineering Firm,” in The Transformation of Work, S. Vallas (ed.). Vol. 10, pp. 241-262. New York: Elsevier, 2001. (with Gerhard Daday).

“Computerization of the Workplace,” Annual Review of Sociology 24:141-157, 1998.

Technocracy at Work. Albany, N.Y.: SUNY Press, 1993.

"Employed Mothers: The Impact of Class and Marital Status on the Prioritizing of Family and Work," Social Science Quarterly, 72(1):50-66, March 1991.

"Technocracy and Gender in the Workplace," Social Problems, 36(2):165-180, April 1989.

Beverly Burris Vitae