Graduate Students

Fabricio Fialho

Contact Information

Email    fabriciofialho@ucla.edu
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Degrees

M.A. Political Science, Seoul National University (2009) B.A. Political Science, Seoul National University (2007)

Fields of Study

Comparative Politics; Race, Ethnicity and Politics; Quantitative Methods

Research

Political Behavior Political Psychology Race and Ethnicity Gender Relations Social Capital Methodology

Grants and Awards

- UCLA Jorge Paulo Lemann Scholarship (2013-14) - UCLA Fellowship for Doctoral Studies (2011-2) - CAPES Scholarship for Master's Studies (2006-8) - CNPq Research Trainee Scholarship (2004-5) - UFMG PAD Scholarship for Undergraduate Studies (2003-4)

Publications

Articles Race, Resources, and Political Participation in a Brazilian City. Latin American Research Review 44 (2): 59-83, 2009. (With Natalia S. Bueno.) The Private Motivations of Public Action: Women's Associational Lives and Political Activism in Brazil. Advances in Gender Research 13: 203-239, 2009. (With Solange Simoes, Bruno Reis, Daniel Biagioni, and Natalia S. Bueno.) Mudanca institucional e atitudes politicas: a imagem publica da Assembleia Legislativa de Minas Gerais (1993-2006). Opiniao Publica 15 (1): 82-106, 2009. (With Mario Fuks.) As multiplas definicoes do conceito de Capital Social. [The multiples definitions on the concept of social capital]. BIB: Revista Brasileira de Informacao Bibliografica em Ciencias Sociais 65: 71-87, 2008. Identidade racial na formacao de atores coletivos: alguns problemas teoricos com (possiveis) implicacoes praticas. [Racial identity in collective actors formation: theoretical problems with (possible) practical implications]. Revista Tres Pontos 2(2): 15-22, 2005. (With Andre Drumond.) Capital Social: usos e definicoes do conceito nas Ciencias Sociais. [Social capital: conceptual applications and definitions in Social Sciences]. Revista Tres Pontos 1(0): 31-35, 2004. Book Reviews Book review of 'Media Queered: Visibility and Its Discontents' by Kevin G. Barnhurst (ed.). International Sociology 24 (2): 285-288, 2009. Book review of 'A Cabeca do Brasileiro by Alberto Carlos Almeida. Revista Brasileira de Ciencias Sociais 66: 197-200, 2009. Book review of 'Preconceito e Discriminacao' by Antonio Sergio A. Guimaraes. International Sociology 23 (2): 296-299, 2008. Book review of 'Preconceito e Discriminacao' by Antonio Sergio A. Guimaraes. Caderno de Resenhas da SBS 1(1): 30-33, 2006. Book review of 'A Revolucao Urbana' by Henri Lefebvre. Revista Antropolitica 19: 205-210, 2005. Race, Inequalities, and politics in Brazil: The effect of resources and discrimination on political participation. 71th Annual National Conference of Midwest Political Science Association, Chicago, IL, USA, 2013. A look on racial discrimination in Brazil. 2013 Journal of International Law & Foreign Affairs Symposium, Los Angeles, CA, USA, 2013. Race and political activism in Brazil: A resource-based approach. 2012 Congress of the Latin American Studies Association, San Francisco, CA, 2012. Race and Political Activism in Belo Horizonte, Brazil: The role of resources. 43rd Annual Meeting of the National Conference of Black Political Scientists, Las Vegas-NV, 2012. Reforma Politica e Financiamento de Campanhas - Anotacoes para uma taxonomia do financiamento eleitoral. XXXV Anpocs Annual Conference, Caxambu, Brazil, 2011. (With Bruno P. W. Reis and Lara M. Ferreira.) Assessing the validity of modernization-postmodernization dimension - evidences from a Grade of Membership approach. IV Latin American Congress of Public Opinion of WAPOR, Belo Horizonte, Brazil, 2011. The Private Motivations of Public Action: Women's Associational Lives and Political Activism in Brazil. ISA First Forum of Sociology, Barcelona, Spain, 2008. (With Solange Simoes, Bruno P. W. Reis, Daniel Biagioni, and Natalia Bueno.) Publico ou publicos: a imagem publica da Assembleia Legislativa de Minas Gerais (1993-2006). [Audience or audiences: Minas Gerais Legislative Chamber's public image (1993 - 2006)]. VI Brazilian Political Science Association Meeting, Campinas-SP, Brazil, 2008. (With Mario Fuks.) Desigualdades sociais e cultura politica em Belo Horizonte. [Social inequalities and political culture in Belo Horizonte]. XIII Brazilian Congress of Sociology, Recife-PE, Brazil, 2007. (With Mario Fuks and Bruno Reis.) Raca, recursos e desigualdade politica em Belo Horizonte. [Race, resources, and political inequality in Belo Horizonte]. XIII Brazilian Congress of Sociology, Recife-PE, Brazil, 2007. (With Bruno Reis, Natalia Bueno, Andre Drumond, and Juliana Candian.) Ca como la? Raca, recursos e desigualdade politica em Belo Horizonte e na Cidade do Cabo. [Is here like there? Race, resources, and political inequality in Belo Horizote and Cape Town]. XIII Brazilian Congress of Sociology, Recife-PE, Brazil, 2007. (With Bruno Reis, Juliana Candian, Andre Drumond, and Natalia Bueno.) Mudanca institucional e cultura politica - um estudo da imagem publica da Assembleia Legislativa de Minas Gerais (1993-2006). [Institutional change and political culture: a study of Minas Gerais Legislative Chamber's public image (1993 - 2006)]. II Brazilian Congress of Researchers in Communication and Politics Association, Belo Horizonte-MG, Brazil, 2007. (With Mario Fuks.) Raca, Desigualdade e Participacao Politica na Regiao Metropolitana de Belo Horizonte. [Race, Inequality, and Political Participation in Belo Horizonte Area]. 27th Annual ILASSA Conference on Latin America, Austin-TX, United States, 2007. (With Natalia S. Bueno.) Uma critica ao conceito de masculinidade hegemonica. [A critique to the concept of hegemonic masculinity].1st International Seminar Politics and Feminist, Belo Horizonte-MG, Brazil, 2007. Invited presentation. Desigualdade e (des)confianca no Brasil: percepcoes sobre justica distributiva e democracia em Belo Horizonte. [Inequality and (dis)trust in Brazil: perceptions on distributive justice and democracy in Belo Horizonte]. 3rd Latin American Congress of Political Science, Campinas-SP, Brazil, 2006. (With Mario Fuks and Bruno Reis.) Uma critica ao conceito de masculinidade hegemonica. [A critique to the concept of hegemonic masculinity].7th International Congress Doing Gender, Florianopolis-SC, Brazil, 2006. Educacao, informacao e associativismo em Belo Horizonte. [Education, information, and association in Belo Horizonte]. 12th Brazilian Congress of Sociology, Belo Hrizonte-MG, Brazil, 2005. https://sites.google.com/site/fabriciofialho/pic2.jpg Recent reviewer for Political Research Quarterly. M.A. Political Science, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil (2008). B.A. in Social Sciences, Universidade Federal de Minas Gerais, Brazil (2005) https://sites.google.com/site/fabriciofialho David O. Sears No No 1 1190 402952892 MICHAEL FLORIAN FISCHETTI Michael Fischetti NULL NULL NULL mff@ucla.edu NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL No NULL NULL Yes No 1 1190 304045753 ANDRES MAURICIO GARCIA Andres Garcia NULL NULL NULL amg8362@ucla.edu NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL No NULL NULL Yes No 1 1190 303622486 Olivia Garcia-Quinones Olivia Garcia-Quinones 213-283-9586 NULL ogarcia7@ucla.edu ه¥ National Science Foundationهصs University of California DIGSSS Summer Research Mentorship Award Honorable Mention - Ford Predoctoral Program Recipient of UCLA Graduate Summer Research Mentorship Program Cota Robles Recipient APSA Minority Fellow Race and Ethnicity Politics, Political Theory, Women Mobilizing factors within social movements -particularly race and ethnic movements as well as women's movements in the United States. There is an emphasis on U.S. Congress and non-traditional forms of political participation. Current research is on the Violence Against Women Act and its impact on citizenship. هزImagined Communities and Social Movement Politics: An Analysis of Aztlجءn within the Chicano Movement.هس Presentation at the National Association of Chicano and Chicana Studies Annual Meeting. New Brunswick, NJ April 2009. هزSocial Movements, Social Enterprise, and Social Capital - Toward a Conceptual Framework: Case Study of El Pasoهصs Center Against Family Violenceهس (with Co-Author Dr. John Bretting from University of Texas at El Paso) at the Western Political Science Association Annual Meeting, San Diego, CA March 2008. هزVoter Ambivalence in Presidential Campaignsهس A collaboration with Pablo de la Penia and Maria Kopacz. Poster Presentation at the American Political Science Association Annual Meeting. Chicago, IL September 2004. Invited Guest Panelist for هزFeminist in Higher Education: How Race, Class, and Gender Factor Inهس Third Wave Feminism Conference, Beloit College, Beloit, WI April 2004 هزInjury as a Mobilizing Factor in Social Movementsهس Western Political Science Association, Portland, Oregon, March 2004 هزLatino Advocacy Groups in a Time of Increasing Recognitionهس Western Political Science Association, Long Beach April 2002 and also presented at the Ronald E. McNair National Conference, Puerto Rico October 2001. Doctoral Student in Political Science, University of California Los Angeles. Los Angeles, CA 90024. Major: Race, Ethnicity and Politics, Political Theory and certificate in Women's Studies Master of Arts in Political Science, The University of Arizona. Tucson, AZ, May 2004. Major: American Politics. Thesis: Injury as a Mobilizing Factor in Social Movements. Bachelor of Arts in Political Science and Spanish, Beloit College, Beloit, WI December 2001 Mark Sawyer, Ray Rocco, Barbara Sinclair and Juliet Williams No No 1 1190 4354342 MANOEL GEHRKE RYFF MOREIRA Manoel Gehrke Ryff Moreira NULL manoelgrm@ucla.edu Political Economy, Development Economics, Politics in Developing Countries and Methodology MSc. Economics (Bocconi University). M.A. Political Economy of Development (IBEI - Pompeu Fabra University), B.A. Economics (UFRGS - Federal University of Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil). No No 1 1190 502916035 NATHAN GONZALEZ Nathan Gonzalez NULL NULL NULL nathangzms@yahoo.com NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL No NULL NULL Yes No 1 1190 503868528 ANDREW AUSTIN GOOCH Andrew Gooch NULL NULL NULL aagooch@ucla.edu NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL No NULL NULL Yes No 1 1190 503292908 CORY CHARLES GOODING Cory Gooding NULL cgooding@ucla.edu Ira DeA Reid Scholarship, Haverford College (1998) Stephen H. Miller Memorial Award, Haverford College (2002) Graduate Opportunity Fellowship Program, University of California, Los Angeles (2004) Afro-American Studies Departmental Fellowship, University of California, Los Angeles, (2005) Political Science Departmental Fellowship, University of California, Los Angeles (2006) UC Diversity Initiative for Graduate Study in the Social Sciences (UC DIGSSS) Fellow (2007) Race, Ethnicity and Politics, Comparative Politics Political Culture American Politics Religion and Politics Caribbean Religion Social Movements Africana Studies Latin American Politics C. Charles Gooding. (2006). Review: Media Spectacle and the Crisis of Democracy: Terrorism, War, and Election Battles by Douglas Kellner. Interactions: UCLA Journal of Education and Information Studies. Vol. 2, Issue 1, Article 10. http://repositories.cdlib.org/gseis/interactions/vol2/iss1/art10 Conference Paper, National Conference of Black Political Scientists, هزChallenges to Cultural Imperialism,هس March 21-24, 2007, San Francisco, CA: هزRastafari: Mobilization of the Mind and the Peopleهس Conference Paper, National Council for Black Studies, هزLiberating Visions and Resistance in Black Studies and the Diaspora,هس March 14-17, 2007, San Diego, CA: هزRasta, Resistance and Revolutionهس Conference Paper, Western Political Science Association Conference, هزRace, Ethnicity and Political Culture,هس March 7-10, 2007, Las Vegas, NV: هزRace, Immigration, Citizenship and International Football: World Cup 2006 and Beyondهس Co-authored and presented with Dr. Mark Q. Sawyer, PhD Conference Paper, Afro-American Studies Graduate Student Conference, هزLaw, Politics and Social Movement,هس April 7, 2006, Los Angeles, CA: http://www.polisci.ucla.edu/images/grad-students/c_gooding.jpg Bachelor of Arts 2002, Political Science concentrating in Africana Studies Haverford College Master of Arts 2006, Afro-American Studies University of California - Los Angeles Thesis: Rastafari: Mobilization of the Mind and the People Doctor of Philosophy in progress, Political Science University of California - Los Angeles Majors: Race, Ethnicity and Politics & Comparative Politics Dr. Mark Sawyer, PhD No No 1 1190 2984512 MATTHEW STUART GOTTFRIED Matthew Gottfried NULL gmatt@ucla.edu Comparative Politics, International Relations, Middle East Politics No No 1 1190 203541792 STACEY ANN GREENE Stacey Greene NULL sagreene [at] ucla [dot] edu Race, Ethnicity & Politics; American Politics No No 1 1190 403442574 stonegarden grindlife Stonegarden Grindlife Bunche 4289 NULL sgrindlife[at]ucla[dot]edu 2009, UCLA Graduate Summer Research Mentorship. 2008, UCLA Graduate Summer Research Mentorship. 2007, UCLA Graduate Summer Research Mentorship. 2000, Purdue Literary Award for Cultural Criticism. 2000, Purdue Literary Award for Political Science. 2000, Purdue Literary Award for Literary Criticism. 2000, Purdue Literary Award for Informal Essay. American Politics: Congress, Speaking Strategies, Textual Analysis of Legislative Proceedings, Omnibus Legislation, Legislative Effective Dates, Appropriations Process, Party and Member Strategies, Agenda Setting, Congressional Rules, and Committee Assignments.

Political Theory: 19th and Early 20th Century Existential and Continental Philosophy, Hegel, Marx, Kierkegaard, Heidegger, Sartre, and de Beauvoir.

International Relations: Post-World War II U.S. Foreign Policy. Factors contributing to inclusion of annual appropriations bills in the omnibus bill; Credit-claiming and blame-avoidance techniques manifest in legislation packages (including omnibus appropriations); Issue framing; Party strategies in committee assignments (particularly comparing specially-elected members to their freshman counterparts); Committee seat values; Party strategies in the restriction (on time and/or amendments) on the consideration of legislation provided for in House Rules Resolutions; Textual, audio, and video analysis of speech acts on the House and Senate floors (and, to a lesser extent, in Committee). Fiscal Effects on Credit-Claiming and Blame-Avoidance in Appropriations. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association Conference, September 2012. Earlier version presented at the Annual Meeting of the Midwestern Political Science Association Conference, April 2012. To Speak Or Not To Speak: That Is The Question. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Midwestern Political Science Association Conference, April 2012. Earlier version presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association Conference, September 2009. Just A Resolution: Presidential Influence On House Rules Committee Resolutions. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Midwestern Political Science Association Conference, April 2011. Earlier version presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association Conference, September 2010. Effective Dating: Strategic Use Of Effective Date Timing In Legislation. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association Conference, September 2010. Legislative Rules: The Effect of Rules. Discussant at the Annual Meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association Conference, April 2008. Just a Resolution: Strategic Use of House Rules Committee Resolutions in the 99th to 108th Congresses. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Midwestern Political Science Association Conference, April 2008. Earlier version presented at the Annual Meeting of the Southern Political Science Association Conference, January 2006. How Special are Specially Elected House Members? Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Southern Political Science Association Conference, January 2007. Ideology and Giving in Presidential Elections. With Linda Merola, Steven Elliott, Richard Bailey, and Neil Davis. Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Political Science Association Conference, September 2004. stonegarden grindlife was an Analyst for over four years at LexisNexis Academic & Library Solutions in Bethesda, Maryland. At LexisNexis stonegarden specialized in Congress, the Executive, and Judicial Branches, as well as the Bureaucracy. During his time at LexisNexis he earned his MA in Government at Georgetown University. stonegarden cannot advise others enough to avoid working full-time while going to graduate school. It's not the most ideal situation. He also worked as a Field Director (Danbury, CT) for a hotly contested U.S. House race in 2000. stonegarden further advises people to be rational utility maximizers when they are being paid in experience. One should never underestimate the innate value of commodities such as money, food, and sleep--even in the context of one of the most important election years in American history. BA, Philosophy, Political Science [Purdue, 2000] MA, Government [Georgetown, 2006] http://sgrindlife.bol.ucla.edu Jeffrey Lewis Barbara Sinclair John Zaller Tim Groeling Yes No 1 1190 303449533 Ron Moti Gurantz Ron Gurantz NULL rongurantz@ucla.edu International Relations, Formal Theory, Security Studies, American Foreign Policy B.A. Political Economy, UC Berkeley, 2004 http://rongurantz.bol.ucla.edu/ No No 1 1190 803468086 Marisol R. Gutierrez Marisol Gutierrez NULL mrgutierrez@ucla.edu Race, Ethnicity and Politics; Comparative - Transnational Immigration, Indigenous Politics, Citizenship No No 1 1190 3871590 RICHARD HANANIA Richard Hanania NULL NULL NULL richardhan26@gmail.com NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL NULL No NULL NULL Yes No 1 1190 603926207 RONI HANNA HIRSCH Roni Hirsch NULL ronihirsch@ucla.edu Political Theory, History and Philosophy of Science History and epistemology of statistics and probability; social theories of risk; systems theory; instrumental rationality MA, Jewish Philosophy, Tel Aviv University; BA, Interdisciplinary Program, Tel Aviv University No No 1 1190 3756284 JI Yeon HONG Ji Yeon Hong NULL clarah10@ucla.edu American Politics & Political Methodology Patterns of Split-ticket Voting in the 18th General Election for the Korean National Assembly, Korean Political Studies 18(1), 2009(Co-authored with Chan Wook Park) هزWho Did Economic Voting? هذ Analysis Based on Socioeconomic Variablesهس In Chan Wook Park(ed.), Analyzing the 17th Korean Presidential Election, Seoul: Thinking Tree, 2008(Co-authored with Jaeseong Ryu and Byung Kwon Song)