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About Stephen J. Lilley

Stephen J. Lilley, Ph.D. is Professor of Sociology at Sacred Heart University. His professional interests include Technology and Society, Social Change and Social Movements, Global Capitalism, and Research Methods.
Degrees: Ph.D. Sociology, University of Massachusetts; M.A. Sociology, University of Massachusetts; B.A. Sociology, College of the Holy Cross.
Teaching Responsibilities: Sociological Imagination; Human Community: The Individual and Society; Science, Technology, and Society; Computer Ethics: Society and Technology; Society and Economic Change; Social Movements; Methods of Social Research; Applications of Social Research; Senior Seminar in Sociology.
Research Interests: Social network sites and privacy, computer surveillance systems, social debate over enhancement technologies.
Grants: AIP Innovative Teaching Coalition Workshop; ITC Summer Institute; Hersher Institute for Applied Ethics.
Honors, Awards & Fellowship: President, New England Sociological Association (2000-2001);
New England Sociological Association’s Certificate of Appreciation; Chapter Representative and Member, Alpha Kappa Delta (Sociology Honor Society)

Positions

September 1989 - Present Professor/Chair Sociology, Sacred Heart University Sociology Department
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Education

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B.A. Sociology, College of the Holy Cross
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M.A. Sociology, University of Massachusetts
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Ph.D. Sociology, University of Massachusetts
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Contact Information

Sociology
Humanities Center of Acad Bldg HC*212F 
College of Arts and Sciences
203-371-7761

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