Rachel Wetts
Rachel Wetts
Acacia Assistant Professor of Environment and Society and Sociology, Brown University
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Privilege on the precipice: Perceived racial status threats lead White Americans to oppose welfare programs
R Wetts, R Willer
Social Forces 97 (2), 793-822, 2018
Threats to racial status promote Tea Party support among White Americans
R Willer, M Feinberg, R Wetts
Available at SSRN 2770186, 2016
Organizational theory: From classical sociology to the 1970s
HA Haveman, R Wetts
Sociology Compass 13 (3), e12627, 2019
Models and morals: elite-oriented and value-neutral discourse dominates American organizations’ framings of climate change
R Wetts
Social forces 98 (3), 1339-1369, 2020
The academy: A program for older youth transitioning out of foster care
A Yaroni, R Wetts, T Ross
Vera Institute of Justice, 2010
Who Is Called by the Dog Whistle? Experimental Evidence That Racial Resentment and Political Ideology Condition Responses to Racially Encoded Messages
R Wetts, R Willer
Socius 5, 2378023119866268, 2019
Contemporary organizational theory: The demographic, relational, and cultural perspectives
HA Haveman, R Wetts
Sociology Compass 13 (3), e12664, 2019
The Experiences of New York City Foster Children in HIV/AIDS Clinical Trials
T Ross, A Lifflander, S Trued, A Yaroni, R Wetts, R Ghadia, T Farmiga
Vera Institute of Justice, 2009
Anxiety and austerity: A group position account of White Americans’ opposition to welfare
R Wetts, R Willer
Manuscript in preparation, 2015
In climate news, statements from large businesses and opponents of climate action receive heightened visibility
R Wetts
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (32), 19054-19060, 2020
The Academy
A Yaroni, R Wetts, T Ross
A Program for Older Youth Transitioning Out of Foster, 2010
SOCIOLOGY OF VIRTUAL COMMUNITIES AND SOCIAL MEDIA Sociology 167 University of California, Berkeley
LS Goulet, R Wetts
University of California, Berkeley, 2015
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