Margaret Gonsoulin, Associate Professor
Office Location: Social Sciences Building Room 226
Department Phone: 559.278.7731
Dr. Gonsoulin graduated from the University of Virginia in 2005 and has been teaching at California State University Fresno since that time. She specializes in the sociology of religion and gender and has a strong emphasis in quantitative methodology.
Her publications include:
Gonsoulin, Margaret. (forthcoming) “Liberated and Inclusive? An Analysis of Self-Representation in a Popular Lesbian Lifestyle Magazine.” Journal of Homosexuality.
Gonsoulin, Margaret. (2010) “Gender Ideology and Status Attainment of Conservative Christian Women in the 21st Century.” Sociological Spectrum, 30(2): 220-240.
Gonsoulin, Margaret & LeBeouf, Anjeanette. (2010) “Intra-group Variation in Conservative Christians’ Gender Ideology (1972-2006).” Social Science Journal, 47(1):205-216.
Gonsoulin, Margaret. (2005) “The Islamic Frontier: Islam and Gender Equity in Southeast Asia.” Hawwa: Journal of Women of the Middle East and Islamic World, 3.1: 9-39
Cohoon, J. McGrath, Margaret Gonsoulin & James Layman. (2004) "Mentoring Computer Science Undergraduates." In Human Perspectives in the Internet Society: Information and Communication Technologies Volume 31. Edited by: K. Morgan, J. Sanchez, C.A. Brebbia, and A.Voiskounsky, 199-208.
Brown, Robert, Nicole Hernandez, Margaret Gonsoulin & Martin Carey. (2000) “Variations in Prudent Layperson’s Perceptions of the Need for Emergent Medical Care.” Journal of Emergency Medicine, 18(1): 1-5.