Oklahoma Baptist University

Nicole Warehime

Assistant Professor of Sociology
 
Owens Hall 303
405.585.4182
 
OBU Box 61251
500 W. University
Shawnee, OK 74804

Dr. M. Nicole Warehime received her doctorate in Sociology from the University of Oklahoma in 2008. Her main research interests focus on child and family advocacy. First, her dissertation considers various aspects of child health and well-being in relation to the health insurance coverage of the child and the family. Stemming from this research, Warehime researches the family structure and the likelihood of health insurance coverage and subsequent effects of the type of coverage.

Second, Warehime investigates domestic violence, child and spousal abuse. She has been involved in an intensive training program investigating child abuse and neglect. Currently, Warehime joins a research team from the University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center analyzing the trends and aggregate data of child maltreatment fatalities in Oklahoma.

Educational Background:

B.A., Oklahoma City University
M.A., University of Oklahoma
Ph.D., University of Oklahoma
Dissertation: "Health Insurance Coverage, Family Structure, and Child Well-Being"

Courses Taught:

SOCI 1223: Introduction to Sociology
SOCI 2103: Social Problems
SOCI 2203: Social and Cultural Research (team-taught with Prof. Timothy McCollum)
SOCI 3053: Crime and Justice
SOCI 3073: Privilege, Power, and Prestige
SOCI 4243: Social Institutions
SOCI 4329: Wealth, Power, and Prestige
SOCI 4603: Senior Seminar: Critical Issues
SOCI 4709: Research Practicum in Sociology
Spcial Topics: Aggression and Violence (team taught with Dr. Karen Longest), Sociology of Murder

Selected Publications and/or Professional Activities:

Warehime, M. Nicole and Loretta E. Bass. 2008. "Breaking Singles Up: Sexual Satisfaction among Men and Women." International Journal of Sexual Health 20:247-261.

Bass, Loretta E. and M. Nicole Warehime. 2008. "Do Health Insurance and Residence Pattern the Likelihood of Tubal Sterilization among American Women?" Population Research and Policy Review DOI 10.1007/s11113-008-9082-9.

Warehime, M. Nicole, Loretta E. Bass, and Dominic Pdulla. 2007. "All Tied Up: Effects of Tubal Ligations Among American Women." Journal of Reproductive Medicine 52:263-272.

Professional Interests:

Child Health and Well-being

Health Insurance and the Family

Male and Female Fertility Issues

Child and Adult Spousal Abuse

Sexual Behaviors in Adults

Water Management Social Policy in the Middle East

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