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As a professor I spend ample time in front of a crowd speaking. This role did not always come naturally to me so I understand that people need to work at becoming comfortable in front of a crowd and also need to learn how to construct speeches that hold people's attention. I can help you with putting your thoughts together in a logical manner, writing a speech that flows and pleases the audience, and with practicing your oratory skills.
Sociology broadly deals with the study of social behavior by examining the history of social life, groups, organizations and institutions. Within the discipline of sociology I focus on the intersections of race, class and gender, sociology of the body and reproduction, and social class and stratification. I have worked as an adjunct professor in sociology for the past four years and have taught courses on marriage and family, sex and gender, research methods and intro to sociology. I am strong at critical analysis and integration of concepts and ideas. I have written many research papers and also have experience with putting together research proposals.
My experience with stats includes basic descriptive statistics, probability theory, sampling techniques, hypothesis testing, linear correlation and regression, non-parametric tests of significance, ANOVA, etc. I am familiar with SPSS and am also well versed in research methods and constructing research projects from conceptualization to analysis.