Lisa Strohschein, PhD
Professor, Faculty of Arts - Sociology Dept
- (780) 492-0475
6-13 Tory (H.M.) Building
11211 Saskatchewan Drive NWEdmonton ABT6G 2H4
My research focuses on the links between family dynamics and health and wellbeing. I draw on a life course approach and stress process for theoretical direction and typically employ advanced longitudinal techniques (growth curve models, competing risks analysis) on large secondary datasets to conduct my research.
longitudinal research, family dynamics and health, health inequalities, life course approach
Sociology of Health and Illness
Sociology of Mental Illness
SOC 342 - Socialization
The processes of social development and how socio-cultural influences affect the individual from infancy to old age. Prerequisite: SOC 241 or PSYCH 241 or consent of instructor.
SOC 382 - Sociology of Health and Illness
The distribution of health and illness in human populations, the social psychology of health and illness, and the social organization of health care. Prerequisite: SOC 100 or consent of instructor.
SOC 486 - Sociology of Mental Health and Illness
Sociological aspects of mental health and illness. Includes historical perspectives, diagnostic issues, and perspectives on causation and treatment. Prerequisite: SOC 224 or 382 or consent of instructor.
Other - 2019-20 Killam Annual Professor
Other - Associate Editor, Canadian Public Policy
2015 to 2021
Canadian Public Policy is Canada’s foremost journal examining economic and social policy. The aim of the journal is to stimulate research and discussion of public policy problems in Canada. It is directed at a wide readership including decision makers and advisers in business organizations and governments, and policy researchers in private institutions and universities.
Other - Interim Editor-in-Chief, Canadian Studies in Population
Canadian Population Studies is a peer-reviewed scholarly journal that publishes original research papers, review articles, research notes and policy briefs about demography and population-related issues. The journal aims to further our understanding of population processes and their determinants, in Canada and around the world, by covering top-quality theoretical and empirical research.
Other - Past President, Canadian Population Society
The Canadian Population Society is a scientific association that seeks to improve knowledge and understanding about the quantitative and qualitative characteristics of human population. It seeks to promote the study and development of the science of demography in both its empirical and theoretical aspects. On an annual basis, this society meets to foster interest in, and the interchange of ideas on population, among professional and other interested persons working in the field of population studies.
Research - Principal Investigator, SSHRC Insight Grant (2019-2022) The changing dynamics of parenthood in Canada
Other - Statistics Canada Advisory Committee on Demographic Statistics and Studies (since 2014)
Sociology: Your Compass for a New Social World
Brym, Robert, Lisa Strohschein and Karen Kampen
Cengage Publishing. 2021 January;
Family histories and teen pregnancy in the United States and Canada
Smith, C., Strohschein, L., and Crosnoe, R.
Journal of Marriage and Family. 2018 October; 80 (5):1244-1258
Strohschein, L., Gauthier, A.H.
Society and Mental Health. 8 (3):231-247
Strohschein, L., Ram, U.
Journal of Family Issues. 38 (13):1899-1922