Caroline Schacht, M.A. in Sociology and M.A. in Family Relations, is Instructor of Sociology at East Carolina University and teaches Courtship and Marriage, Introduction to Sociology, and The Sociology of Food. Her clinical work includes marriage and family relationships. She also is a divorce mediator and the co-author of several books, including UNDERSTANDING SOCIOLOGY PROBLEMS (Wadsworth 2007).
She is married to David Knox.
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|Choices in Relationships: An Introduction|
|Singlehood, Hanging Out, Hooking Up, and Cohabitation|
|Same-Sex Couples and Families|
|Sexuality in Relationships|
|Planning Children and Contraception|
|Family and the Economy|
|Violence and Abuse in Relationships|
|Stress and Crisis in Relationships|
|Divorce and Ending Relationships|
|Remarriage and Beginning New Relationships|
|Relationships in the Later Years|
|Epilogue: The Future of Marriage and the Family|
|Sexual Anatomy and Physiology|
|HIV and Sexually Transmitted Infections|
|Careers in Marriage and the Family|
|Resources and Organizations|
|Individual Autobiography Outline|
|Family Autobiography Outline|
|Durable Power of Attorney|
David C. Knox is the senior director of the Solution Engineering division for Oracle North American Sales and Consulting.Scott G. Gaetjen is a technical director in Oracle's National Security Group (NSG).Hamza Jahangir has been a principal security specialist at Oracle as since 2004.Tyler Muth nbsp;is a solution architect with Oracle Public Sector specializing in database and application security.Matt Piermarini is technical director of NSG Engineering at Oracle with a focus on Java, Identity Management, and SOA security.Patrick Sack, chief technologist and technical vice president, runs the Product Engineering division for Oracle's National Security Group.Richard Wark , CISSP, is a principal technologist in Oracle's Technology Business Unit.Bryan Wise is a business intelligence solution specialist for Oracle's Public Sector division.