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Contributors

Stephanie Wilson 

Stephanie received her M.A. degree from the University of Northern Colorado and is currently a Ph.D. Candidate in the department of sociology at Purdue University. Stephanie conducts research on health inequalities in the U.S., writing about issues such as provider-patient interactions, pain assessment biases, and social stigma. Stephanie is also a trained dancer and believes that art and travel are some of the best ways to learn about society. You can connect with Stephanie on Twitter, Instagram, or by email at appliedworldwide@gmail.com

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Luke Hanna 

Luke received his M.A. degree in sociology from the University of Northern Colorado. Luke conducts community-based research, writing about topics such as Islamophobia, urbanism, and racial inequality. Luke is a veteran of the US Navy and has over six years of experience teaching sociology at the college level. You can connect with Luke on Twitter, Instagram, or by email at appliedworldwide@gmail.com

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Guest Contributors

Abigail Nawrocki

Abigail received her Master’s in Sociology from Purdue University and is currently in her second year of Purdue’s Sociology PhD program. Abigail conducts research using an intersectional reproductive justice approach. Major themes in her work include the landscape of contraceptives and barriers to reproductive healthcare, the influence of power dynamics on sexual decision-making, and the impact of policies on reproductive health services and outcomes. She also runs a social problems podcast called Well, That’s a Problem. You can connect with Abigail on Twitter, Instagram, or LinkedIn.

Well, That's a Problem: A Social Justice Podcast on Everyday Issues 

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Jared M. Wright

Jared M. Wright is currently a PhD candidate in Sociology at Purdue University, and recently took part in the Oxford Internet Institute’s 2019 Summer Doctoral Programme. His areas of research include digital sociology, political sociology, social movements, hacktivism, intellectual property and piracy, surveillance and privacy, and intersectional solidarity, along with both computational and qualitative research methods. Jared is interested in how new technologies reshape society, particularly in relation to power dynamics, social inequalities, and contentious politics.

Exploring Your Own Culture Abroad: An Account of an American Sociologist in Turkey

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Rufai Lateefah

I am an undergraduate student of Sociology, running my BSc programme in the University of Ilorin, Nigeria. I am currently in my penultimate year. I have a diploma in Business Administration, but diverted to studying sociology because of my interest in the societal issues it addresses, such as deviancy, social inequality among many others.​

The State of Sociology in Nigeria

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