Professor of Sociology, University of Arizona
Jennifer Earl is a Professor of Sociology at the University of Arizona. Her research focuses on social movements and the sociology of law, with emphases on the Internet and social movements, social movement repression, and legal change. She is also part of the MacArthur-funded research network on Youth and Participatory Politics. She received a National Science Foundation CAREER Award (2006-2011) for her research on Web activism. She is also the principle investigator on a new NSF grant focused on social movement organizations.
B.S., (1996) Northwestern University, Social Policy. Ph.D, (2002) University of Arizona, Sociology.
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