Haoming Song is a PhD candidate of sociology @Brown University. From July 2023, he will join @Case Western Reserve University as a tenure-track Assistant Professor of Sociology. Here is Song’s updated CV.
As a sociologist, demographer, and inequality scholar, Song studies family diversity, gender, and sexuality (LGBTQ+) in global contexts, mostly in the U.S. and East Asia.
What are the relationships between family diversity and social inequality? Song’s research explores how family reproduces or reduces socioeconomic inequalities and health disparities based on gender, sexuality, race, and class.
Mainly adopting quantitative methods, his work has been published in leading peer-reviewed journals, including Demography, Social Science Research, and Population Research and Policy Review. Against the background of Marriage Equality, his dissertation combines large-scale representative data to explore the social organization of family life among sexual minorities (LGB) in the U.S.