|Randles, Jennifer, PhD|
Jennifer Randles (Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley, 2011) is an assistant professor of sociology at Austin College in Sherman, Texas. Her research interests lie at the intersection of family and marriage, public policy, social change, culture, gender, sexuality, and emotions. Her current research is an ethnographic study of government-sponsored marriage education. She explores how publicly-funded relationship skills training programs frame the causes, consequences, and solutions to marital and family instability, and how community-based marriage education programs are created, implemented, and understood. She can be reached at:email@example.com.
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