Ira Leonard Reiss (born 1925) is a sociologist with primary interests in studying the way society impacts sexual attitudes and behaviors and how people respond to those pressures. He also has interests in the study of gender and family, particularly as they relate to sexuality. He attended Syracuse University for his B.S. degree and the Pennsylvania State University for his M. A. and Ph. D. degrees. His major area in graduate school was sociology and his minor areas were cultural anthropology and philosophy. His doctoral course work in sociology and philosophy was done at Columbia University and his French and German language study was taken at Yale University.OverviewReiss taught at Bowdoin College (1953–55), College of William and Mary (1955–59), Bard College (1959–61), the University of Iowa (1961–69) and the University of Minnesota (1969–96). He retired as Professor Emeritus in June 1996 but his professional work has continued right up to the present time. He has won a
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