Dr. Beverly L. Stiles
Gender, Family, Family Violence, Sexual Minorities, factors influencing HIV noncompliance, and disability issues
|Semester||Course #||Section||Course Name||Location||Days / Times|
|Details||Fall 2012||4733||X10||Special Topics: Deviant Behavior||Online online||
Students must post intial responses to questions prior to 11 pm Friday evening. They must post responses to the postings of their classmates prior to 11 pm Sunday evening. This is the schedule each week unless otherwise noted on the class calendar, due to holidays.
|Details||Fall 2012||3433||101||The Family||Bolin Hall 304||
|Details||Fall 2012||3103||101||The Consumer Society||Prothro-Yeager Hall PY 100||
Mon. and Wed. from 1:00-2:20
|Details||Fall 2012||1133||105||Introductory Sociology||Prothro-Yeager Hall 100||
|Details||Fall 2012||1133||X10||Introductory Sociology||Off-Campus webct||
Online course---Students are required to be online prior to 11 pm each Friday. They must also have completed addtional work prior to each Sunday night at 11 pm.
|Details||Summer II 2012||4733||401||Speicial Topics: Deviant Behavior||Prothro-Yeager Hall PY 100|
|Details||Summer II 2012||1133||401||Introductory Sociology||Prothro-Yeager Hall 100|
|Details||Spring 2012||4633||201||Sociology of Family Violence||Prothro-Yeager Hall PY100|
|Details||Spring 2012||4633||X20||Sociology of Family Violence||Online N/A|
|Details||Spring 2012||4233||201||Gender in Society||Prothro-Yeager Hall PY100|
|Details||Spring 2012||1133||203||Introductory Sociology||Prothro-Yeager Hall PY100|
|Details||Spring 2012||1133||X20||Introductory Sociology||Online N/A|
|Details||Fall 2011||4733||X10||Special Topics: Deviant Behavior||Off-Campus online|
|Details||Fall 2011||3433||101||The Family||Prothro-Yeager Hall PY 100|
|Details||Fall 2011||3103||101||The Consumer Society||Prothro-Yeager Hall PY 100|
|Details||Fall 2011||1133||105||Introductory Sociology||Prothro-Yeager Hall PY100|
|Details||Fall 2011||1133||X10||Introductory Sociology||Off-Campus online|
|Details||Summer II 2011||1133||X40||Introductory Sociology||Off-Campus|
|Details||Summer I 2011||4733||301||Sociology Through Film and Music||Prothro-Yeager Hall|
|Details||Summer I 2011||4733||X30||Diversity and Society||Off-Campus|
|Details||Summer I 2011||1133||Introductory Sociology||Prothro-Yeager Hall|
|Details||Spring 2011||4633||X20||The Sociology of Family Violence||Off-Campus N/A: WebCT|
|Details||Spring 2011||4633||201||Family Violence||Prothro-Yeager Hall PY100|
|Details||Spring 2011||4233||201||Gender in Society||Prothro-Yeager Hall PY 100|
|Details||Spring 2011||1133||205||Introductory Sociology||Prothro-Yeager Hall PY100|
|Details||Spring 2011||1133||X20||Introductory Sociology||Off-Campus N/A: WebCT|
|Details||Fall 2010||3433||101||The Family||Prothro-Yeager Hall PY201||
MW 11:00 to 12:20
|Details||Fall 2010||3403||X10||Social Psychology||Off-Campus NA (WebCT course online)||
variable (WebCT online course)
|Details||Fall 2010||3103||101||The Consumer Society||Prothro-Yeager Hall PY100||
|Details||Fall 2010||1133||105||Introductory Sociology||Prothro-Yeager Hall PY100||
|Details||Fall 2010||1133||X10||Introductory Sociology||Off-Campus NA (WebCT course)||
variable (this is an online course)
|Texas A&M University; College Station, TX||Ph.D.|
|Midwestern State University||B.A.|
|Institution||Position||Start Date /||End Date|
|Baylor University||Teaching Assistant||1990||1993|
|Texas A&M University||Research Assistant (for Dr. Howard Kaplan)||1993||1999|
|Midwestern State University||Professor of Sociology||1999||current|
Kelsey, Katherine R., Beverly L. Stiles, Laura Spiller and George Diekhoff. 2012 “Assessment of Therapists’ Attitudes towards BDSM.” Journal of Psychology and Sexuality , Vol., pp. 1-13.
Spiller, Laura, Beverly L. Stiles, David Carlston, and Laura Hise. “Perceived Vulnerability to HIV Infection, Anti-gay Prejudice, and Sexual Behaviors of Heterosexual College Students.” Accepted at PSI CHI Journal of Psychological Research.
Stiles, Beverly and Robert E. Clark. 2011. “BDSM: A Subcultural Analysis of Sacrifices and Delights.” Journal of Deviant Behavior February, Vol. 32, pp. 158-189.
Peden, Jamie, Beverly L. Stiles, Michael Vandehey, and George Diekhoff. 2008. "The Effects of External Pressures and Competitiveness on Characteristics of Eating Disorders and Body Dissatisfaction." Journal of Sport and Social Issues. November, Vol. 32, pp. 415-429.
Stiles, Beverly L.and Howard B. Kaplan. 2008. "The Effect of Early Incarceration on Life Outcomes." International Journal of Sociological Research., June, Vol. 11, pp. 23-37.
Stiles, Beverly, Robert E. Clark and John Hensley. 2008. “Aspects of Healthy Sexuality within the BDSM Lifestyle.” International Journal of Sociological Research.June, Vol. 11, pp. 79-90.
Loomis, Dana, Beverly L. Stiles, and Russell Porter. 2007. “Protecting the Confidentiality of HIV and AIDS Patients: The Implications of the Electronic Medical Record.” Free Inquiry in Creative Sociology, May, Vol. 35, pp. 79-88.
Powell, David, Beverly L. Stiles, Greg Haff, and Lon Kilgore. 2005. "The Notion of Masculinity in Male Collegiate Road Cyclists." Free Inquiry in Creative Sociology, Nov., Vol. 33, pp.153-161.
Stiles, Beverly L., and Howard B. Kaplan. 2004. "Factors Influencing Change Behavior: Risk Reduction for HIV Infection." Social Behavior and Personality, Aug., Vol. 32 (6), pp. 511-534.
Stiles, Beverly L. and Howard B. Kaplan. 2004. "Adverse Social Comparison Processes and Negative Self-Feelings: A Test of Alternative Models." Social Behavior and Personality, Feb., Vol. 32 (1), pp. 31-44.
Stiles, Beverly L., Shaheen Halim, and Howard B. Kaplan. 2003. “Fear of Crime Among Individuals With Physical Limitations.” Criminal Justice Review, Nov., Vol. 28 (2), pp. 232-253.
Stiles, Beverly L. 2002. "Patterns of Modern Contraceptive Use in India." Free Inquiry in Creative Sociology, Nov., Vol. 33, pp. 199-209.
Halim, Shaheen and Beverly L. Stiles. 2001. "Differential Support for Police Use of Force, The Death Penalty, and Perceived Harshness of the Courts: Effects of Race, Gender, and Region." Journal of Criminal Justice and Behavior, Feb., Vol. 28, pp. 3-23.
Stiles, Beverly L., Xiaoru Liu, and Howard B. Kaplan. 2000. “Relative Deprivation and Deviant Adaptations: The Mediating Effects of Negative Self-Feelings.” Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency, Feb., Vol. 37(1), pp. 64-90.
Stiles, Beverly L. 1998. “Vegetarianism: Identity and Experiences as Factors in Food Selection.” Free Inquiry in Creative Sociology, Nov., Vol. 26(2), pp. 213-225.
Stiles, Beverly L., Robert E. Clark, and Emily E. LaBeff. 1997. “Sexuality and Paraplegia: Myths and Misconceptions Among College Students,” Free Inquiry in Creative Sociology, Vol. 25(2), pp. 227-236.
Stiles, Beverly L. and Howard B. Kaplan. 1996. “Stigma, Deviance and Negative Social Sanctions,” Social Science Quarterly, Sept., Vol. 77(3), pp. 685-696.
Stiles, Beverly L. 1995. "Benevolence as Deviant Behavior: A Test of the Sympathy Effect," Journal of Deviant Behavior, Jan-March, Vol. 16(1), pp. 81-92.
Stiles, Beverly. 2009. “Eating Disorders in Athletics: External Pressures and Appearance Expectations Play Role.” Momsteam online magazine (http://www.momsteam.com), February 2009. (This was a requested publication from the editor)
Porter, Russell, and Beverly L. Stiles. 2007. “Healthcare Decision Ethics: Cognitive and Affective Domains.” Journal of Health Administration Ethics, July, Vol.1, pp. 51-72.
Porter, Russell, and Beverly L. Stiles. 2006. “Presenting a Typology of Healthcare Ethics.” Journal of Health Administration Ethics, July, Vol. 1, pp. 1-15.
Porter, Russell, Nathan Moran, Roe Roberts and Beverly Stiles. 2006. "Cross-National Correctional Healthcare." World Encyclopedia of Police Forces and Correctional Systems. NY: Gale Publications
Stiles, Beverly L. and Robert E. Clark. Book Review. 2004. “Marital and Sexual Lifestyles in the United States: Attitudes, Behaviors and Relationships in Social Context.” (2002) by Linda Rouse. Journal of Sex and Marital Therapy, May-June, Vol. 30 (3), pp. 219-221
LaBeff, Emily and Beverly L. Stiles. 2000. “Paraplegia as Stigma.” The Encyclopedia of Criminology and Deviant Behavior, Nov., Vol. 4, pp. 451-453.