About Kyle Puetz
Kyle is a doctoral candidate in the School of Sociology. He received his MA in sociology from the University of Arizona in 2012.
His research examines social and cultural capital and expands the ways these concepts are understood and measured.
Areas of Study
Culture, social networks, theory, environment, disasters
Puetz, Kyle. 2017. “Fields of Mutual Alignment: A Dual-Order Approach to the Study of Cultural Holes.” Forthcoming in Sociological Theory 35 (3).
Puetz, Kyle. 2015. “Consumer Culture, Taste, Preferences, and Social Network Formation.” Sociology Compass 9: 438–449.
Breiger, Ronald L., and Kyle Puetz. 2015. “Culture and Networks.” Pp 557-62 in: James D. Wright (editor-in-chief), International Encyclopedia of Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2nd Edition, Vol 5. Oxford: Elsevier.
Courses taught in person
- Culture & Society (x1)
- Introduction to Sociology (x1)
Courses taught online
- Cultural Studies of Sports (x1)
- Individuals, Groups and Society (x2)
- Sociology of Popular Culture (x1)