Aaron Hoy, Associate Professor
Interim Sociology Programs Coordinator (Undergraduate and Graduate)
Ph.D., Sociology, Syracuse University, 2018
- Sex and Gender
- Qualitative Methods
- SOC 101: Introduction to Sociology
- SOC 208: Families in Society
- SOC 458/558: Sociological Theory
- SOC 480/580: Qualitative Methods
- SOC 483/583: Contemporary Families
- SOC 605: Graduate Seminar: Social Research
- SOC 606: Graduate Seminar: Sociological Theory
Hoy, Aaron and Emily M. Boyd, Editors. 2024. The Sociology of Families Reader: Issues, Perspectives, and Debates. San Diego, CA: Cognella.
Hoy, Aaron, Editor. 2022. The Social Science of Same-Sex Marriage: LGBT People and Their Relationships in the Era of Marriage Equality. New York: Routledge.
Hoy, Aaron, Anfa Diiriye*, and Emily Gunderson*. 2022. “Divorce Ideation and ‘Deal Breakers’ among Married Gay Men and Lesbians: A Qualitative Exploration.” Journal of Family Issues 43(1): 164-185.
Hoy, Aaron, Sachita Pokhrel**, and Jori Adrianna Nkwenti*. 2021. “Who’s Afraid of Divorce? Sexual Minority Young Adults’ Perspectives on Divorce.” Social Sciences 10(12): 483.
Hoy, Aaron. 2020. “Accounting for Same-Sex Divorce: Relationship- vs. Self-Focused Divorce Accounts and the Meanings of Marriage among Gays and Lesbians.” Journal of Divorce and Remarriage 61(5): 320-343.
Hoy, Aaron and Andrew S. London. 2018. “The Experience and Meaning of Same-Sex Sexuality among Heterosexually Identified Men and Women: An Analytic Review.” Sociology Compass 12(7): e12596.
Hoy, Aaron. 2018. “Invisibility, Illegibility, and Stigma: The Citizenship Experiences of Divorced Gays and Lesbians.” Journal of Divorce and Remarriage 59(2): 69-91.
* Graduate student co-authors / ** Undergraduate student co-authors