Dr. Georgios P. Loizides received his Ph.D. in Sociology from Western Michigan University with areas of specialization in social inequality (race, class, gender) and comparative/historical sociology. He is involved in a number of research projects, mainly revolving around social relations in industry during the Progressive Era. He is currently an Associate Professor of Sociology at the University of Wisconsin-Stout.
2015 0-7734-0911-4 A clear and well documented work that studies the influence of a corporation’s attempt to transform the social and cultural identities of its newly arriving immigrant workforce in order to create an homogenized American working-class through the practice of ‘social / human engineering’. These corporate policies had far reaching implications in the development of class, race, ethnic and gender relations in America.