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Sociology

Billingsley's Research Focus Is:

African American families, including the influence of the Black church

Other Publications:

Rubin, R. H., Billingsley, A., & Caldwell, C. H. (1995). The Black church and youth-at-risk for incarceration. Monograph on Youth in the 1990s, 4, 61-74.

 

Billingsley, A., & Caldwell, C. H. (1994). The social relevance of the contemporary Black church. National Journal of Sociology, 8(1-2), 1-24.

Background:

Andrew Billingsley is a professor of sociology and African-American studies and senior scholar in residence at the Institute for Families in Society at the University of South Carolina. His degrees include the Ph.D., Social Policy and Social Research, Florence Heller School of Brandeis University, 1964.  He has served as a professor and chair of the Department of Family Studies and a professor of sociology and African-American studies at the University of Maryland, as President of Morgan State University, and as Provost at Howard University.

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