Sociology professor Celine-Marie Pascale collaborates with scholars to create a new international e-journal.…
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PhD, Sociology (with a certificate in Women’s Studies), University of California, Santa Cruz
MA, Social Science, San Jose State University
BA, Communications, Glassboro State College
Member, since 2006
School of Communication
American Sociological Association
member since 1998
Professor Celine-Marie Pascale’s primary scholarly interest is in exploring the (re)production of culture, knowledge, and power through sociological analyses of language and representation. Her research draws from contemporary social theory including Feminist and Poststructural theories. Methodologically, she has expertise in qualitative inquiry, particularly in forms of textual analysis and interview techniques.
Journal Articles and Book Chapters
Area of Expertise:
Language and representation; race, gender, class, and sexuality; qualitative methods; social theory; feminist theory, racial formation, racism, white privilege, racial justice
Celine-Marie Pascale, professor of sociology, is an award-winning scholar with expertise areas of language and inequality. As a sociologist who studies language and representation, Pascale examines the construction and consequences of knowledge claims. This provides unusual insights into the way that inequalities become ingrained as ordinary aspects of daily life.
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