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Christopher B. Doob

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New Haven Register, 1 Oct 2004 [cached]
Christopher Doob, a sociology professor at Southern Connecticut State University, said there is no easy answer when it comes to preventing others from becoming like Mills.
"Each time something terrible happens, the question comes up of how to prevent it," Doob said.
New Haven Register, 1 Oct 2003 [cached]
"People have to be taking sports enormously seriously to think that there's a cosmic plan to keep them out of the winner's circle," said Chris Doob, sociologist at Southern Connecticut State University.
Connecticut Post Online - Local/Regional News, 11 Sept 2004 [cached]
Don't count out the fact that this is the first time the anniversary has fallen on a Saturday, said Chris Doob, SCSU professor of sociology."Mundanities [sic] like that come very much into play in a situation like this," he said.
New Haven Register, 1 Feb 2004 [cached]
Christopher B. Doob, professor of sociology at Southern Connecticut State University, said a Monday discussion with his students about the Super Bowl did not elicit any comments about Janet Jackson.
In his book Social Inequality ..., 5 Mar 2013 [cached]
In his book Social Inequality and Social Stratification in US Society, sociologist Christopher Doob finds that poor children are less likely to attend the centre-based and home based childcare programs, which Doob finds that informal care thus results in the less developed school-related skills children need.
Doob concludes that due to a lack of financial capital, poor families are thus subject to substandard amounts of human capital, which results in lower quality childcare programs, and ultimately leaves children at a cognitive disadvantage.
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