Gregg Lee Carter
Gregg Lee Carter has authored or edited 23 books on contemporary social issues; his research has also appeared in more than a dozen academic journals. He writes on gun violence, social demography, gender roles, and quantitative analysis -- among other topics.
Ph D, Columbia University
M Phil, Columbia University
MA, Columbia University
BA, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
Carter, G., Population and Society, Polity Books, 2016.
Carter, G., “3-D Guns—A Bad Idea.” , Issues: Under-standing Controversy and Society, 2018.
Carter, G. L., Gun Control in the United States—Second Edition, ABC-CLIO, 2017.
Carter, G., Doing Sociology with Student Chip: Data Happy 6th edition, , 2017.
Carter, G., National Gun Laws and the Winds of Social Change , Issues: Understanding Controversy and Society (ABC-CLIO), 2017.
Carter, G., Rebalancing the Supreme Court , Issues: Understanding Controversy and Society (ABC-CLIO), 2017.
Carter, G., “Ironies Abound When Seeking to Understand Our Nation’s Gun Violence” , Issues: Under-standing Controversy and Society, 2017.
Carter, G., Guns in American Society: An Encyclopedia of History, Politics, Culture, and the Law, Second Edition, ABC-CLIO, 2012.
Bryant University Distinguished Faculty Award 2016, 2016
Excellence in Teaching Award, 2005
Distinguished Contributions to Instruction Award, 2001
Sociologist of the Year, 2001
Distinguished Research and Publication Award, 1998
Quantitative Studies in American Society Fellow, 1988
Principles of Sociology; Research Methods; Population & Society; Contemporary Social Problems; Honors Sociology
Race and Gender Issues, Causal Analysis, Population & Society (Human Ecology), Gun Control
Alpha Kappa Delta International Sociology Honor Society
American Sociological Association
New England Sociological Association
Phi Kappa Phi National Honor Society