About Rina James
Rina is a third-year doctoral student in Sociology. She received her M.S. in Sociology from Portland State University (2017), and her B.A. in Sociology from Boise State University (2014).
Broadly, her research interests focus on the impact of the internet for social inequality. She is currently engaged in two strands of research. The first examines the economic impacts of the disparities in internet access and digital skills; the second examines the production of gender-essentialist ideology in antif-feminist online communities.
Digital technology, Culture, Inequality, Sex & Gender, Computational Methods