Cayce Jamil is a PhD candidate at the University of North Carolina at Charlotte in Public Policy. His interests include sociology, political theory, alternative organizations, participatory decision-making, and social psychology. His current research focuses on status and dominance hierarchies that emerge in social interaction. In particular, his research is based on communication accommodation theory and uses vocal frequency measures to calculate social hierarchy between individuals. He can be reached at firstname.lastname@example.org.
|Status Hierarchies: Tacit Consent and Performance Expectations||
14 Nov 2019
|David Brooks & Moral Order: Excessive Individualism or Excessive Narcissism?||
08 Jan 2019