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Andreas Schneider

Andreas Schneider

Professor Schneider teaches and studies social psychology, symbolic interactionism, cross-cultural comparative perspectives, deviance, violence, sexuality, and authoritarianism. Currently, his research interests focus on male sexuality in postindustrial societies, theoretical models explaining the merger of sexual eroticism and violence, and cross-cultural study of developments in authoritarianism and conservatism. Since 1999, he has also served as Editor of the Electronic Journal of Sociology (

Primary Interests:

  • Attitudes and Beliefs
  • Culture and Ethnicity
  • Emotion, Mood, Affect
  • Organizational Behavior
  • Self and Identity
  • Sexuality, Sexual Orientation
  • Sociology, Social Networks


  • Schneider, A. (2009). Ce-que les féministes pourraient apprendre de l’homme moderne. Lubbock, TX: SocioThought.
  • Schneider, A. (2007). The new man: Overcoming the dark ages of traditionalism and its feminist reaction. Texas: SocioThought.

Journal Articles:

  • Schneider, A. (2009). The rhythm of the whip. Social Psychology Quarterly. 72(4), 285-289.
  • Schneider, A. (2007). Politically correct stereotyping: The case of Texans. International Journal of Contemporary Sociology. 44(2), 84-101.
  • Schneider, A. (2002). Computer simulation of behavior prescriptions in multi-cultural corporations. Organization Studies, 23, 105-131.
  • Schneider, A. (1998). Sociology: The internet as an extended sociology classroom. Social Science Computer Review, 16, 53-57.
  • Schneider, A. (1999). U.S. Neo-Conservatism: Cohort and cross-cultural perspective. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 19, 56-86.
  • Schneider, A. (1999). The violent character of sexual-eroticism in cross-cultural comparison. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 18, 81-100.
  • Schneider, A. (1999). Emergent clusters of denotative meaning. Electronic Journal of Sociology, 4(2).
  • Schneider, A. (2002). Probing unknown cultures. Electronic Journal of Sociology, 6(3).
  • Schneider, A., & Heise., D. R. (1995). Simulating symbolic interaction. Journal of Mathematical Sociology, 20, 271-287.
  • Schneider, A. (2002). A possible link between stigmatization of sexual-erotic identities and sexual violence. Sexuality & Culture.
  • Schneider, A. (2004). The ideal type of authority in the United States and Germany. Sociological Perspectives, 47(3), 313-327.
  • Schneider, A. (2005). A model of sexual constraint and sexual emancipation. Sociological Perspectives, 48(2), 255-270.
  • Schneider, A. (2005). A model of sexual constraint and sexual emancipation. Sociological Perspectives 48(2), 255-270.
  • Schneider, A., & McKim, W. 2003. Stigmatization versus self-stigmatization of probationers. Journal of Offender Rehabilitation.
  • Schneider, A. (1996). Sexual-erotic emotions in the U.S. in cross-cultural comparison. International Journal of Sociology and Social Policy, 16, 123-143. Special Issue: Sociology of Emotions.
  • Schneider, A., & Roberts, A. E. (2005). Classification and the relations of meaning. Quality & Quantity, 38(5), 547-557.

Other Publications:

  • Schneider, A. (2007). Masculinity as a reproduction of traditionalism, feminist reaction, and egalitarianism. In J. Powell & T. Owen (Eds.), Reconstructing postmodernism: Critical debates. New York: Nova Science Publishers.
  • Schneider, A. (2011). Symbolic interactionism: From gestalt to cybernetics. In D. Chadee (Ed.), Theories in Social Psychology (pp. 250-279). Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.

Courses Taught:

  • Criminology
  • Graduate Seminar in Deviance
  • Graduate Seminar in Social Psychology
  • Introduction to Sociology
  • Juvenile Delinquency
  • Social Psychology: Symbolic Interactionism
  • Sociology and the Person (Social Psychology)

Andreas Schneider
Dept. of Sociology, Anthropology and Social Work
Texas Tech University
Lubbock, Texas 79409-1012
United States

  • Phone: (806) 742-2401, ext. 231
  • Fax: (806) 742-1088

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