Tricia Bruce, PHD, sociologist and affiliate of the University of Notre Dame’s Center for the Study of Religion and Society: On technology, Twitter, responsibility, social movements & social change – The Human Show Podcast 64
Tricia Bruce, PHD is a sociologist and affiliate of the University of Notre Dame’s Center for the Study of Religion and Society. Her work intersects the sociological and cultural implications of religion, social change, social movements, immigration, race, and culture. Dr. Bruce is a regular television and radio commentator on a wide variety of contemporary sociological and topics including religion, Catholicism, social trends, family, gender, and more.
In today’s episode, we discuss with Tricia the impact of technological development on social movements as well as social change. Focusing on the development of social media, she explores how the #Metoo movement unfolded and what role Twitter played in it. Finally, she also explores the responsibility of social media and tech industry in engaging with social movement.
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Tricia in other Podcasts:
New Books in Christian Studies, 2019 April 24,
<Tricia Bruce: Parish and Place Making Room for Diversity in the American Catholic Church>
Mere Fidelity, 2019 April 18, <The Rise of The “Nones”>,
The Measure of Everyday Life, 2019 Jan 16, <American Youth and Religion>
Tricia’s recent work:
American Parishes: Remaking Local Catholicism, edited by Gary Adler, Jr., Tricia C. Bruce, and Brian Starks, Forthcoming 2019, Fordham University Press, Catholic Practice in North America Series
Parish and Place: Making Room for Diversity in the American Catholic Church, by Tricia Colleen Bruce, Oxford University Press (August 2017)
Polarization in the U.S. Catholic Church, edited by Mary Ellen Konieczny, Charles Camosy, and Tricia C. Bruce, Liturgical Press (2016)
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