Michael L. Rosino

M.A., 2013, Sociology, University of Cincinnati
B.A., 2008, Sociology and Anthropology, Ohio Wesleyan University

Research Interests:

Race & Ethnicity, Mass Media, Political Sociology, Digital Sociology, Social Movements, Social Psychology, Sex & Gender, Qualitative Methods

My work broadly centers on issues of race and racism, politics, mass media, social movements, and digital communication. My previous research has examined social learning processes in an online community, race and gender diversity discourse in business media, and racial discourse in mass mediated policy debates. My current research projects focus on such topics as the relationship between forms of social inequality and discursive practices in social movements, white racial identity formation processes, racialized and gendered dynamics of political power, and party politics in the United States.

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