Area of Interest
Social Movements, Civic Associations, Political Sociology, Urban Sociology
Bryant Crubaugh combines various methods to evaluate both the mobilization and outcomes of civic associations. His thesis analyzed where neighborhood associations located in major U.S. cities to argue that they were most likely in neighborhoods with a combination of high incentives and high capacity, leaving the most needing—those with high incentives, but low capacity—unserved by these associations’ resources. Bryant also is involved with Kraig Beyerlein and fellow graduate students’ work on protest events and works with Rory McVeigh as a Senior Assistant Editor of Mobilization. Bryant is in his fourth year at the University of Notre Dame.