Sociology Graduate Students

Julian Andres Rodriguez
  • Title
    • PhD Candidate
    • Designated Emphasis in Feminist Studies
  • Division Social Sciences Division
  • Department
    • Sociology Department
  • Affiliations Feminist Studies Department
  • Phone
    (831) 459-3516 (msg)
  • Email
  • Office Location
    • Rachel Carson College Academic Building, Room 211
  • Office Hours Email for availability
  • Mail Stop Rachel Carson College Faculty Services

Research Interests

Gender and Sexuality; Media; Community and Mental Health; Qualitative Research Methods

Biography, Education and Training

Education

PhD in Sociology, University of California, Santa Cruz. Expected 2021.

Master of Arts in Sociology, University of California, Santa Cruz. 2016.

Bachelor of Arts in Sociology, California State University, Bakersfield. 2013.

 

Research Assistant

Building Healthy Communities Youth Leadership and Health Study. Team Leader for Merced, CA, and South Kern, CA. 2016.

Selected Publications

Research Reports

Alyssa Castro, Julian Rodriguez, and Veronica Terriquez. 2016. "Youth Civic Engagement and Community Well-Being in Merced." USC Program for Environmental and Regional Equity. Available at https://dornsife.usc.edu/pere/bhc-youth-civic-eng-wellbeing/.

Rodriguez, Julian, José Pinto Gonzales, Rafael Gallardo, and Veronica Terriquez. 2016. "Youth Civic Engagement and Community Well-Being in South Kern." USC Program for Environmental and Regional Equity.

Teaching Interests

Instructor of Record
Special Topics: Identity, Mass Media and Society (SOCY 178T). Spring 2020.

Teaching Assistant
Media and Social Movements (CMMU 20). Winter 2021.
Evaluation of Evidence (SOCY 3A). Fall 2020, 2017, 2016.
Contemporary Social Theory (SOCY 105B). Winter 2020.
World Society (SOCY 15). Fall 2019.
Capstone: The Sociologist as Public Intellectual (SOCY 196A). Spring 2018.
Issues and Problems in American Society (SOCY 10). Winter 2018, 2017.
Social Psychology of Death and Dying (SOCY 150). Spring 2017.

Mentorship
Pathways to Research Mentor (EOP). Winter–Spring 2020.
Teaching Assistant Mentor (Sociology Department). Fall 2018–Winter 2020.