Sociology 3306A/B - Investigating the Social World: Quantitative Research
My teaching philosophy: “Education is not the filling of a pail, but the lighting
of a fire” (William Butler Yeats, with apologies to Plutarch).
Recipient of 2017 Award for Excellence in Teaching (Full-Time Faculty).
Edward Bell, Christopher T. Dawes, Aaron Weinschenk, Rainer Riemann, and Christian
Kandler. “Patterns and Sources of the Association between Intelligence, Party Identification,
and Political Orientations.” Forthcoming in Intelligence.
Alan Bryman and Edward Bell. (2019). Social Research Methods (Fifth Canadian Edition). Don Mills: Oxford University Press.
Edward Bell, Christian Kandler, and Rainer Riemann. (2018). “Genetic and Environmental
Influences on Socio-Political Attitudes: Addressing Some Gaps in the New Paradigm.”
Politics and the Life Sciences 37 (2): 236-249.
Edward Bell and Christian Kandler. (2017). “The Genetic and Sociological: Exploring
the Possibility of Consilience.” Sociology 51 (4): 880-896. Nominated for the 2018 SAGE Prize for Innovation and Excellence.
Christian Kandler, Edward Bell, and Rainer Riemann. (2016). “The Structure and Sources
of Right-Wing Authoritarianism and Social Dominance Orientation.” European Journal of Personality 30: 406-420.
Edward Bell. “Genotype-Environment Interactions.” (2016). Encyclopedia of Personality and Individual Differences: 1-8. Springer International Publishing.
Edward Bell and Christian Kandler (2015). “The Origins of Party Identification and
its Relationship to Political Orientations.” Personality and Individual Differences 83: 136-141.