Cultural Sociology, Gender and Family, Political Sociology
Jennifer Dudley holds an M.A. in Sociology from California State University, Northridge. Jennifer’s research explores issues of politics, power, organizational socialization, and culture. Her dissertation examines three potential sources of political incivility in the U.S - through the pool of potential candidates, voter preferences, or acculturation by politicians in office. Other research has used experimental vignettes to examine how candidates' campaign funding sources, race, and gender interact to impact voter preferences for political candidates.