Tess Hooks, Lecturer
MA, Sociology, Cornell University
Tess Hooks is a sociologist who teaches about social inequality, the social construction of gender and issues affecting the well-being of women.
Areas of Specialization
- Social inequality;
- Social change and development;
- Women and third world development;
- Motherhood and mothering
- Hooks, Tess, Patrice Leclerc, and Roderic Beaujoy. 2005. "Women in Canada: a century of struggle." Ch. 5 in in Female Well-Being: Toward a Global Theory of Social Change. London, UK: Zed Books.