Charlotte Hoppen

Graduate Student
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Office Hours

Tuesday, 3:00pm - 5:00pm

Office Location

3011

Specialization

Gender and Sex, Organizations and Institutions, Culture, Inequality, Kinship, Social Psychology, Research Methods, Education

Education

B.A. Sociology & Organizational Studies, University of Michigan. 

M.A. Sociology, UCSB

Bio

Charlotte is a third-year PhD student in the Department of Sociology at UCSB. She received her M.A. in Sociology in the spring of 2022, which examined the association between institutional characteristics and Campus SaVE Act compliance amongst U.S. institutions of higher education. She is also working on several other projects, including examining the #MeToo Movement in the Middle East, and how parents navigated childcare responsibilities during COVID-19. Charlotte is a graduate associate of the Broom Center for Demography and uses both quantitative and qualitative methods. 

 

Courses

SOC 164 - Sociology of Education
SOC 153 - Women and Work
SOC 108ST - Special Topics in Research Methods (Qualitative Research)
SOC 185G - Theories of Gender Inequality
SOC 108 - Methods of Sociological Research (Quantitative Research)
SOC 108A - Sociological Research Traditions (Quantitative Research)
SOC 147 - Current Issues in Social Psychology