Paulina Inara Rodis

2021, Ph.D Sociology, Pennsylvania State University
2017, MA, Sociology and Demography, Pennsylvania State University
2014, BA, Sociology and Studio Art, Boston College

Thesis Title:
Online Flight or Offline Flight? Black and Asian Women’s Perceptions of and Responses to Cyber Aggression

Thesis Research Advisor:
Diane Felmlee Ph.D

Postdoc Research Topic:
Instilled, Perceived, and Repeated: Critical Racial and Intersectional Narratives Among and Referencing Women of Color, Inequality,
Social Networks and Digital Media

Penn Department:
Annenberg School of Communications

Penn Mentor:
Sarah Jackson Ph.D


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Video presentation as receive a Preservation Alliance of Philadelphia award tonight (forgive the copy of the copy):

Tonight at its annual celebration the Preservation Alliance of Philadelphia presented the Kelly Writers House one o…

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