Department of Sociology
College of Humanities & Social Sciences
M.S. North Carolina State University
Sandra Harmon is currently the Sociology BA Online Degree Completion Coordinator and Advisor.
Grappendorf, Heidi, Sandra Harmon, and Angela Henderson. 2010. "Perceptions of Female Athletic Trainers in the Training Room." Journal of Athletic Training 45:386-391.
Henderson, Angela, Sandra Harmon, and Jeffrey Houser. 2010. "A New State of Surveillance? An Application of Michel Foucault to Modern Motherhood." Surveillance and Society, 7:231-247
Non Peer Reviewed
Harmon, Sandra and Angela Henderson. 2008. "The Self-Mastery and Life-Satisfaction of Adult Children with a Depressed Mother." McNair Scholar Journal, 13:2-23.
Submitted for Publication
Henderson, Angela, Sandra Harmon, and Harmony Newman. "The Price Paid for Being the "Perfect Mother": An Analysis of Contemporary Motherhood." Submitted to Sex Roles September 2014.
Harmon, Sandra. The Relationship between Intensive Mothering and Adult Children's Self Mastery. Annual Conference of the American Sociological Association in Denver, CO. August 2012
Harmon, Sandra M. Maternal Work, Maternal Civic Engagement, Paternal Involvement, and The Effects on Children's Educational Attainment. Annual Conference of the Pacific Sociological Association. March 2011
Henderson ,Angela C., Meaghan Edison, Jeffrey Houser, and Sandra M. Harmon. "Fellow Moms are Ruthless": A Qualitative Foucauldian Analysis of Modern Motherhood. Annual Conference of the Pacific Sociological Association. March 2011