M.A. Sociology, Washington State University 2016
B.A. Sociology, Bryant University 2013
Political Economy, Environmental Sociology, Gender, Labor
Liz defended her Master’s thesis entitled, “The Feminization of Environmental Responsibility: A Quantitative, Cross-National Analysis” in March 2016. She analyzed women’s disproportionate participation in private-sphere environmental behavior using 2010 International Social Survey Programme (ISSP) data on 30 countries. Her thesis contributes quantitative evidence to existing literature suggesting a link between political-economic context and the feminization of environmental respsonsbility. She is currently preparing for her PhD.
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