Patricia Yancey Martin

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Patricia Yancey Martin
NationalityAmerican
CitizenshipUnited States
OccupationSociologist
TitleDaisy Parker Flory Professor of Sociology Emerita, Florida State University
AwardsJessie Bernard Award
Academic background
Alma materFlorida State University
ThesisChoice among professions: a comparative study of medicine, law, and college teaching
Doctoral advisorCharles M. Grigg

Patricia Yancey Martin is an American sociologist. She is the Daisy Parker Flory Professor of Sociology Emerita at Florida State University.

Education[edit]

Martin was inducted into Alpha Lambda Delta her freshman year at University of Alabama in 1959. She earned a Bachelor of Arts in English literature from University of Alabama in 1962 with Phi Beta Kappa honors. She was a Woodrow Wilson Fellow in 1962. In 1964, she completed a Master of Arts in sociology from Florida State University and was inducted into Phi Kappa Phi and Alpha Kappa Delta. She later earned a doctorate in sociology from the same institution in 1969.[1] Her dissertation was titled Choice among professions: a comparative study of medicine, law, and college teaching. Her doctoral advisor was Charles M. Grigg.[2]

Career[edit]

Martin began working as an assistant professor and research associate at Florida State University in 1969.[1]

Awards and honors[edit]

In 2007, Martin was awarded the Jessie Bernard Award from the American Sociological Association.[1]

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b c Martin, Patricia Yancey (March 2017). "Curriculum Vitae" (PDF). Florida State University.
  2. ^ Martin, Patricia Yancey (1969). "Choice among professions: a comparative study of medicine, law and college teaching". Retrieved September 28, 2018 – via ProQuest.