Sarah Allred

Sarah Allred

Associate Professor of Sociology; Department Chair

Department: Sociology and Anthropology
Phone: 706-368-6998
Fax: 706-236-2205
Campus Box: 5010
Location: Evans 221A

Teaching Interests

  • Sociology of Health, Sociology of Disability
  • Sociology of the Family, Social Inequality
  • Social Science Research Methods, Inside Out Prison Exchange Program

Research Interests

  • Research methods (e.g., attrition), program assessments, health and disability, education in correctional facilities, sociology of the family

Selected Publications

  • Allred, Sarah L., Harrison, Lana D., and O"Connell, Daniel J. June 2013. "Self-Efficacy: An Important Aspect of Prison-Based Learning" The Prison Journal, vol. 93, 2: pp. 211-233.
  • Allred, Sarah L., Belche, Nathan, and Robinson, Todd. 2013. "Relational Learning and the Inside-Out Experience: A Pathway to Building Capacities, Transformative Perspectives, and a Deeper Understanding of Self, Community, and Others " Part V: Chapter 22 in Simone Weil Davis and Barbara Sherr Roswell (eds.) Turning Teaching Inside Out: A Pedagogy of Transformation for Community-Based Education. Palgrave.
  • Allred, Sarah and L. Laszlo Pallos. (2010) "Attrition in a panel study of people with environmental exposures: New insights about the impact of race, sex, and number of children in the household," International Journal of Environmental Health Research 21:2 (April) 73-85.
  • Allred, Sarah L. 2009."Reframing Asperger Syndrome: Lessons from other Challenges to the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual and ICIDH Approaches." Disability and Society. 24:3, May, 343-355. 

    Professional Associations

    • Research Committee for Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program
    • Co-facilitator for Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program Summer Instructor Training. Philadelphia, PA. June 21-27, 2010.