Faculty - Professor of Sociology (on leave Fall 2015)
Sociology and Gender Studies
Ph.D in Sociology, University of California, San Diego; M.A. in Sociology, University of California, San Diego; A.B in Sociology, San Diego State University
Gender and Development, Masculinities, Gender and Work
Qualitiative Methods, Sociological Theory, Introduction to Sociology, Social Psychology
2012 – 2015 Department Head, Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminology 2006 – 2012 Director, Women’s and Gender Studies 2005 – present Professor, Department of Sociology, Anthropology, and Criminology 1999 – 2006 Associate Dean, College of Social and Behavioral Sciences, University of Northern Iowa
Baker, Phyllis, B. Keith Crew, and Kevin T. Leicht. "The Gendered Way of Hooking Up."UNIversitas 9 (2013-2014). Accessed April, 13, 2014. URL: https://www.uni.edu/universitas/article/gendered-way-hooking-among-college-students
Baker, Phyllis L. and Doug R. Hotek. Grappling with Gender: “Exploring Masculinity and Gender in the Bodies, Performances, and Emotions of Scholastic Wrestlers”. Journal of Feminist Scholarship. vol. 1 (pp. 49-64), 2011.
Baker, Phyllis L. "It Is the Only Way I Can Survive: Gender Paradox among Recent Mexican Immigrants to Iowa" Sociological Perspectives, 47(4), (pp. 393-408), 2004.
Hotek, Doug R. and Phyllis L. Baker "Tomorrow`s Industrial Workers: A Career and Technical Skills Assessment of Recent Mexican Immigrants in Rural Iowa" Race, Gender, and Class: An Interdisciplinary and Multicultural Journal. 11(3), (pp. 127-139), 2004.
Baker, Phyllis L. and Doug R. Hotek. "Perhaps a Blessing: Skills and Contributions of Recent Mexican Immigrants in the Rural Midwest" Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences, vol. 25(4), (pp. 448-468), Nov. 2003.
Baker, Phyllis L. and Siqin Yang. "Hitting and Missing the Mark: Feminist Inquiry and Pedagogy in the United States Women`s Graduate Programs." International Journal of Women`s Studies, vol 2:(2), (pp. 89-108), May 2001.
Social Psychology, Qualitative Methods, Feminist Theory, Introduction to Sociology, Women, Men, and Society, Introduction to Women's and Gender Studies