Speaker - Robin Rogers-Dillon

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Robin H. Rogers-Dillon is an Associate Professor of Sociology at Queens College, City University of New York (CUNY) and the CUNY Graduate Center. She received her Ph.D. in Sociology form the University of Pennsylvania in 1998. Her primary areas of research have been poverty, politics, and social policy. From 1998- 2000, Dr. Rogers-Dillon was a Robert Wood Johnson Health Policy Scholar at Yale University. In 1995-96, she served in Washington, D.C. as a Congressional Fellow on Women and Public Policy. She is the author of The Welfare Experiments: Politics and Policy Evaluation (Stanford University Press, 2004) and articles including, "Hierarchical qualitative research teams: Refining the methodology?" (2005), "Qualitative Research and Federal Constraints and State Innovation?" (Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 1999). In 2008 Dr. Rogers-Dillon joins the Editorial Board of Society. She will spend her year at Princeton University conducting research on the shifting boundaries between religion and the state in the United States, particularly in social welfare programs.

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Mitt, Mormonism, and the Media

11.10.07 | 01:46:07 min | 4 comments