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Mr. Robert Woodberry D.

Sociologist

Texas Memorial Museum of Science and History

HQ Phone: (512) 471-1604

Email: b***@***.edu

Texas Memorial Museum of Science and History

2400 Trinity Street

Austin, Texas 78705

United States

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Background Information

Employment History

Teacher
U of Texas

Member, Political Science Department
National University of Singapore

Assistant Professor of Sociology
University of Texas at Austin

Referee
GeoCommunity Marketplace

Graduate Student In Sociology
University of North Carolina

Member, Councils
ASA History of Sociology Section

Education



University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill

Master

Ph.D.

University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

degree

University of Texas-Austin Sociologist

Web References (170 Total References)


The Surprising Discovery About Those Colonialist, Proselytizing Missionaries | MorningStar Missions

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But thanks to a quiet, persistent sociologist named Robert Woodberry, we now know for certain that they include many more John Mackenzies. In fact, the work of missionaries like Mackenzie turns out to be the single largest factor in ensuring the health of nations.

'This Is Why God Made Me'
Fourteen years ago, Woodberry was a graduate student in sociology at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill (UNC).
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Then I read Bob's work.
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In 2010, when Woodberry submitted his article to the American Political Science Review, the editors asked him to add case studies, run more regressions, and make all data and models public. For the article, he produced 192 pages of supporting material.
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Woodberry would temper our triumphalism, to be sure, reminding us that all these positive outcomes were somewhat unintended, a sign of God's greater purposes being worked out through the lives of devoted but imperfect people.
Still, a little affirmation seems appropriate. As Dana Robert notes, "Bob's research shows that the total is more than the sum of its parts.


Grad Resources: Issues

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A new study, commissioned by Grad Resources and conducted by sociologist, Dr Robert Woodberry in 2010, indicate that the patterns of stress continue even today. Of the 675 students surveyed, 60% (63% of women) indicated that they need a greater "balance in life. 58% of women responding indicated a high potential for "burnout," listing it as a major concern. An additional element of this latest study also tells us that 85% of Hispanic students reported stress to be a major concern (compared to whites at 54%, African Americans at 47% and Asians at 44%). An alarming 43% of all graduate students surveyed indicated that their stress levels are "more than they can handle."

With what was uncovered in the Barna study, and the recent study by Dr Woodberry, it became apparent that the majority of graduate students struggle with emotional fatigue.
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In the study by Woodberry (see chart from 2010), it seems that the most prevalent tools utilized by grad students to cope with stress are: peer interaction, family members and listening to or playing music.


Angell Insurance

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But thanks to a quiet, persistent sociologist named Robert Woodberry, we now know for certain that they include many more John Mackenzies. In fact, the work of missionaries like Mackenzie turns out to be the single largest factor in ensuring the health of nations.

'This Is Why God Made Me'
Fourteen years ago, Woodberry was a graduate student in sociology at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill (UNC).


Angell Insurance

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But thanks to a quiet, persistent sociologist named Robert Woodberry, we now know for certain that they include many more John Mackenzies. In fact, the work of missionaries like Mackenzie turns out to be the single largest factor in ensuring the health of nations.

'This Is Why God Made Me'
Fourteen years ago, Woodberry was a graduate student in sociology at the University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill (UNC).


Dr. Robert ...

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Dr. Robert Woodberry Sociology, University of Texas

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