Francesca Halstead is Senior Journals Publishing Manager for Sociology and Social Welfare at John Wiley & Sons. Francesca is currently on maternity leave until June 2021.
Laura Orchard is Senior Journals Publishing Manager for Sociology and Social Welfare at John Wiley & Sons, whilst Francesca is on maternity leave. To submit an article to Sociology Lens or join our Editorial Team, please contact Laura at email@example.com with a copy of your CV and details about your area of research.
Lucy Towers is a Journals Publishing Assistant for Social Sciences and Humanities at John Wiley & Sons.
Laura Batstra is a psychologist and an associate professor at the University of Groningen, the Netherlands. She teaches psychopathology, family therapy, solution focused therapy and qualitative research methods. Her research focuses on medicalization and ways to combat it. One of the ways to counterbalance medicalization and disorder thinking, is to diminish the dominance of biomedical perspectives in clinical research and practice, as well as in society more generally, and to draw attention to societal factors (e.g. poverty) and characteristics of the scientific community (e.g. publication bias) that play a part in the rise of psychiatric diagnoses and treatments. For a recent interview with Laura on her work see https://www.rug.nl/news/2020/02/we-zitten-vast-in-het-stoornisdenken
Jenny Enos is a doctoral student in Sociology at Rutgers University. Her main research interests are anti-immigrant sentiment, ethnoracial bias, and radical-right politics. Jenny received her B.A. in Sociology and Women’s, Gender, & Sexuality Studies from Gettysburg College in 2018 and her M.A. in Sociology from Rutgers University in 2020. Her current and future research investigates the individual-level cognitive processes behind anti-immigrant sentiment and ethnoracial bias, in addition to how gender and sexuality play a role in constructing immigrant threat perceptions among Whites/natives.
Tara Mantovani Stamm is a Graduate Program Director in the Sociology Department at Virginia Commonwealth University. Broadly, her research and teaching spotlights the experiences and depictions of young mothers, the importance of emerging mixed-methodological techniques, and intersections between gender, education, and media in popular culture. She is currently working on a project which uses an original content analysis of historical news broadcasts to examine depictions of social movement activists from 1970 to present and another which exposes the Neoliberal discourse of millennial generation feminists.
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