Stan C. Weeber is Professor of Sociology at McNeese State University in Lake Charles, Louisiana. He earned his Ph.D in Sociology at the University of North Texas. In 2010, he received a Certificate in Social Justice Studies from the Oxford Roundtable at Oxford University. His interests in sociology include political sociology, collective behavior, and sociology of technology. The author or editor of 21 books, his work has appeared in The American Sociologist, The Sociological Quarterly, the Journal of Public Management and Social Policy, the International Review of Modern Sociology, and several other journals. Dr. Weeber serves on the editorial board of numerous sociology journals. Specialization keywords: political sociology; collective behavior; social movements; sociology of technology; sociological theory; social stratification. Postdoctoral Study, Sociology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology, 2012; Oxford University, 2010; University of Iowa, 2010; Rice University, 2010; Virginia Polytechnic and State University, 2008; University of Kansas, 2004. Education: Postdoctoral Certificate in Social Justice Studies, Oxford, Roundtable, Oxford University, 2010. Ph.D., Sociology, with a minor in Criminology, University of North Texas, 2000 (Dissertation Title: “Internet and U.S. Citizen Militias”), M.A., Sociology, Mississippi State University, 1979, B.A., Sociology, Simpson College, 1974.