|Assistant Professor (Ph.D. University of Notre Dame)
220B Newcomb Hall
Social Movements and Collective Behavior, Collective Action, State Repression,Time-Diffusion of Social Processes, Political Sociology, Latin America, Quantitative Research Methodologies.
Current Research Projects
Ortiz, David G. “Explorations of Time, Regime, and Repression Effects on Contention Dynamics.”
Ortiz, David G., 2007. "Confronting Oppression with Violence: Inequality, Military Infrastructure and Dissident Repression" Mobilization 12(3).
Ortiz, David G., Daniel J. Myers, N. Eugene Walls, and Maria-Elena D. Diaz. 2005. "Where Do We Stand with Newspaper Data?" Mobilization 10(3).
Social Problems (SOCI 1090)
Social Movements in Latin America (SOCI 6930)
Political Sociology of Latin America (SOCI 6940)
Maintaining Culture Through Food: The Latin American Immigrant Experience in New Orleans (TIDE 1260)
Tulane University, Department of Sociology, 220 Newcomb Hall, New Orleans, LA 70118 504-865-5820 firstname.lastname@example.org