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Rosenfelds Testimony On Regnerus Michigan Trial

Rosenfelds Testimony On Regnerus Michigan Trial

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Portions of Dr. Michael Rosenfelds Testimony regarding Dr. Mark Regnerus' New Family Structures Study, in the Michigan gay Marriage Trial.
Portions of Dr. Michael Rosenfelds Testimony regarding Dr. Mark Regnerus' New Family Structures Study, in the Michigan gay Marriage Trial.

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12-10285; APRIL DEBOER, ET AL. v. RICHARD SNYDER, ET AL. Michael J. Rosenfeld
 Direct Tuesday/February-25-2014 [snip] Q. And professor, how are you employed? A. I'm an Associate Professor of Sociology at Stanford University in California. Q. How long have you been at Stanford? A. So, I have been an Associate Professor there since 2008. Before that I was an Assistant Professor from 2000 to 2008. Q. Would you tell the Court please where you received your undergraduate and graduate education? A. I have a 1989 bachelor's in mathematics from Brown University. I graduated magna cum laude and Phi Beta Kappa. I have a 1991 Master's in Latin American Studies from the University of Chicago and 2000 Ph.D. from the University of Chicago in Sociology. THE COURT: 2000 -- you kind came out -- you're fine. Something with the microphone. 2000
 THE WITNESS: 2000 Ph.D. in Sociology from the University of Chicago. That same year I started at Stanford. BY MR. MOGILL: Q. While you were at Chicago doing your Ph.D
 THE COURT: Move the microphone a little bit closer.
 BY MR. MOGILL: Q. While you were at Chicago doing your Ph.D. studies, did you receive any academic honors? A. There was the Centennial Fellowship. That was the highest rank of fellowship that Chicago offered. I have that. And I think I had a couple of years of NIH funding as well. Q. At Stanford, do you have any administrative responsibility? A. Right. I'm currently the director of undergraduate studies in sociology. That's been going on for five years. Previously I have  been the Director of the Sociology Master's Program for two years and for one year I was the Director of Urban Studies which is an undergraduate program separate from sociology. Q. At Stanford have you received any academic honors? A. So I have won several teaching awards. There was the Dean's Award for teaching which is an university wide award. And then there was the Phi Beta Kappa Teaching Award which is voted on  by the students who are elected to Phi Beta Kappa. There is the Urban Studies Teaching Award voted on by the students who graduated from urban studies. There was a Hellman award for Assistant Professors from the Hellman Foundation. Q. How do you spell that, please? A. H-e-l-l-m-a-n, I believe. Q. Okay. THE COURT: From the mayonnaise.
A. And 2005 paper of mine in the American Journal of Sociology. The Critique Of Exchange Theory was awarded the Roger Gould (ph) Memorial Award for the best paper in the AJS from 2005. BY MR. MOGILL: Q. Have you published any academic works that are -- have you  published any academic works? A. Yes. Q. Tell the Court, please, have you published any books? A. Yes. So I have a 2007 book, The Age Of Independence, Interracial Unions, Same Sex Unions and the Changing American Family published by Harvard University Press. I have a variety of articles about topics like marriage, mate selection, who marries who, how it changes over time, the history of marriage. There is a  particular article in the Journal of Demography from 2010 about the outcomes of children raised by different family types which I  believe we will be talking about in a little while. Q. We will. Are these all peer reviewed publications? A. These are all peer reviewed. Q. Professor, are there three journals that would be considered to  be top journals in the field of sociology? A. Historically, the top three journals in sociology are the American Journal of Sociology, The American Sociological Review which is the official journal of the American Sociological Association and Social Forces. Q. Have you published original research in any of these journals?

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