Jose Padin

Mailing Address:
Department of Sociology
P.O. Box 751
Portland, OR 97207-0751

Shipping Address:
Department of Sociology
1721 SW Broadway, #217
Portland, OR 97201

Phone: (503) 725-8504
Fax: (503) 725-3957

Office Location: Cramer Hall 217G


Interests: Visions of Power, Immigration, Race, and Gender in the Media; Race and Ethnicity in the U.S. and in Comparative Perspective; U.S. Power Elite; Educational Inequalities; International Political Economy

Projects: 1. Life in Racially Integrated Neighborhoods 2. Latino Immigrants and Children of Immigrants in New High Immigration States (focus: Pacific Northwest) 3. Hidden Curriculum of Power, Immigration, Race and Gender in Conservative Talk Radio All of this research offers the choice of working with quantitative, qualitative, or mixed methods. 4. Government Distrust and Alienation Among Gillnetters and Trollers in Oregon: Overcoming Barriers to Cooperation in Resource-Based Coastal Communities. This research addresses the gap in our understanding of the causes of trust and distrust of government in general, and of management agencies in particular, among groups of community stakeholders whose cooperation is essential to the success of strategies for sustainable fisheries management. Joint project with Veronica Dujon.

Courses Taught:

SOC 337U:  Minorities

SOC 423/523: Stratification

SOC 444/544: Race, Ethnicity and Nationality

SOC 591: Theoretical Perspectives in Sociology