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Tom Guffey

Tom Guffey is a visiting assistant professor of Sociology at Texas Wesleyan University

Tom Guffey

Visiting Assistant Professor of Sociology
Polytechnic United Methodist Church 218

Education

  • Ph.D., Sociology, Texas Women's University (2017)
  • M.A., Sociology, Texas Women's University (2012)
  • B.S., Sociology, the University of Texas at Tyler (2011)

Courses Taught

  • BUA 2321 Business Statistics

Publications
  • Thomas Guffey and Philip Q. Yang. 2012. “Trust in Doctors: Are African Americans Less Likely to Trust Their Doctors Than Whites?” SAGE Open 2(4).

Presentations
  • Thomas Guffey. “Mobile Fitness Apps, Cyborgs, and Cyclists: An Investigation of Meanings Associated with Mobile Fitness App Use .” Paper to be presented at the 2015 Annual Conference of the Southwestern Social Science Association. April 8-12, 2015. Denver Colorado. 
  • Thomas Guffey. “Job Stress and Sleeping Problems.” Paper presented at the 2014 Annual Conference of the Southwestern Social Science Association. April 16-19, 2014. San Antonio, TX. 
  • Thomas Guffey and Philip Q. Yang. “Trust in Doctors: Is There a Black-White Difference?” Paper presented at the 2013 Annual Conference of the Southwestern Social Science Association. March 27-30, 2013. New Orleans, Lousiana.
  • Ali Madanipour and Thomas Guffey. “How Sentiments Affect Behaviors: Applying Affect Control Theory to University Students’ Voting Behaviors in the United States” Paper presented at the 2013 Annual Conference of the Southwestern Social Science Association. March 27-30, 2013. New Orleans, Lousiana. 
  • Thomas Guffey. October 25, 2013. Presentation at Publishing Workshop for Graduate Students, TWU-UNT Sociology Federation. 
  • Thomas Guffey. September 27, 2013. Presentation for “How to Be a Successful GTA/GA: Do’s and Don’ts” GTA/GA Workshop, Department of Sociology, TWU. 
  • Thomas Guffey. November 26, 2012: “The Thesis Process: A Personal Account of the Development, Writing, and Defense of a Thesis.” Presented as part of the Alpha Kappa Delta Brown Bag Series Talks.
  • Thomas Guffey and Philip Q. Yang. “Trust in Doctors: Are African Americans Less Likely to Trust Their Doctors Than Whites?” Paper presented at the 2012 Annual Conference of the Southwestern Social Science Association. April 4-7, 2012. San Diego, California.
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