Barnes, Annie S.
BARNES, Annie S.
BARNES, Annie S. American, b. 1932. Genres: Sociology, Race relations. Career: High school teacher of American history and government, 1954-65; Hampton Institute, Hampton, VA, instructor in sociology, 1965-68; Norfolk State University, Norfolk, VA, associate professor, 1971-76, professor of anthropology and sociology, 1976-. Lecturer at colleges and universities, including Old Dominion University; workshop leader; guest on television and radio programs. Publications: The Black Middle Class Family: A Study of Black Subsociety, Neighborhood, and Home in Interaction, 1985; (ed.) Social Science Research Skills Handbook, 1985; Black Women: Interpersonal Relationships in Profile, 1986; Single Parents in Black America: A Study in Culture and Legitimacy, 1987; Retention of African-American Males in High School, with video cassette, 1992; Research Skills in the Social Sciences, 1993. Work represented in books. Contributor to sociology and anthropology journals. Address: Department of Sociology, Norfolk State University, 2401 Corprew Ave., Norfolk, VA 23504-3907, U.S.A.