Dr. Andreas Schneider 

Texas Tech University

Department of Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work

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Curriculum Vitae

Section for my Students  

Teaching at Texas Tech

Current courses:

CRN49816 SOC 4311 001 Sociology of the Person MWF 0900 0950 HOLDEN 226

CRN53986 SOC 3300 001 Sociology of Globalization MWF 1100 1150 HOLDEN 033

CRN49817 SOC 4327:001 Juvenile Delinquency MWF 12:00-12:50 HOLDEN 152

Previous courses

Office hours WF 10-11AM

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Professional Section


 Schneider, Andreas. 2009. Ce-que les féministes pourraient apprendre de l’homme moderne. Lubbock, TX: SocioThought.

Schneider Andreas. 2007. The New Man: Overcoming the Dark Ages of Traditionalism and its Feminist Reaction. Texas: SocioThought.

While the description of manhood roots in critical social analysis (Weber …) and philosophy (Mead …), I kept this book accessible to everyone. With rich examples I describe the New Man: a curious and reflective human being who loves to be in an egalitarian relationship. This book is an extremely honest and hereby provocative investigation of contemporary masculinity.

Paperback 244 pages, ISBN 978-0-9793456-0-9

  Book Chapters

Schneider, Andreas. 2011.  “Symbolic Interactionism: From Gestalt to Cybernetics” Chapter 11 In: Theories in Social Psychology.  Pp. 250-279 Derek Chadee. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.

Schneider, Andreas. 2007 “Masculinity as a Reproduction of Traditionalism, Feminist Reaction, and Egalitarianism.” Chapter 7 in Reconstructing Postmodernism: Critical Debates. Powell, Jason and Tim Owen (eds). New York: Nova Science Publishers.


Journal Publications

    Academic Memberships (click on icons)
    Indiana University Alumni American Sociological Association Southern Sociological Society International Society
for Research
on Emotion

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