Morrison Gideon Wong

Emeritus Professor
Sociology & Anthropology
Scharbauer Hall 4220

m.wong@tcu.edu | 817-257-7472

Education

University of California, Riverside
Doctor of Philosophy, Sociology
September 1975 - June 1977

University of California, Riverside,
Master of Arts, Sociology
September 1973 - June 1975

California State University, San Jose
September 1972 - June 1973

California State University, San Jose
Bachelor of Arts with Distinction, Sociology and Chinese Studies
February 1969 - June 1972

California State Universities International Program
Taiwan, Republic of China
September 1969 - June 1971

University of Hawaii at Manoa
Summer 1968

City College of San Francisco
September 1966 - February 1969

Courses Taught

Introduction to Sociology
American Minority Groups
Sociology of Aging
Social Inequality
Mexico and the United States: The Social
Context
Asian American Experience:
Freshman Seminar
Debates in Immigration, Race, and
Ethnicity:
The Big Questions
Culture
Analysis of Urban and Demographic Data
Files
Social Stratification
Independent Studies
Asians in Sports
Dadaab Refugee Camps in Kenya
U.N. Internship – Kenya
Sociology of Sports
Biracialism: Black and White:
Social Inequality
Asian Americans as Model Minority
Social Gerontology
Drug Rehabilitation
Student Affairs
Sociological Theory
Minority Issues in Counseling and Mental
Health
Racial and Ethnic Tensions in Washington,
D.C.
The African American Family
Indigent Legal Representation Sociological Theory (with Sociology faculty)
The Black Family
Asian Immigration
Research Methods: IBM and SPSSX
Ethnic Stratification
Research Methods: SPSS
Job Satisfaction and Alienation
Sociology of Bilingual Education
Honors:
Contraceptive Catholics
Conservative Blacks in the United States
Night and Day: The Collision of Words and
Worlds
9/11 VCF
McNair:
Minorities, Education and the Myth of the
American Dream
Latina Identity
Economic Development of the Rio Grande
Valley
Corruption to Democracy: The Mexican
Political System

Areas of Focus

Race and Ethnicity, Immigration, Asian American Experience, Socioeconomic inequality