BA - California Polytechnic University, Pomona (psychology)
MA, PhD - University of California, Riverside (sociology)
Teaching and Research Interests
My research interests focus on gender and identity, specifically the relationship between identity formation and institutions, including the media, family, and religion. My teaching interests include feminist movements and theory, gender, family and socialization, and media. I utilize both quantitative and qualitative methods in my research, and teach an overview of research methods for the major.
Organizer of the annual CWU Denim Day Project.
Reese, Ellen, Tracey Hoover, and David McCanna. Forthcoming. “Welfare-to-Work,” in Encyclopedia of Work, edited by Vicki Smith. Sage Publications, Inc. (in press, 2012)
Tracey Hoover and Toby Miller. “Pierce Brosnan, Licensed to Sell: Reinvigorating James Bond in a Post-Cold War World,” in Stars of the 1990s, edited by Anna Everett. Rutgers Press, 2011.
The CWU Sociology Department proudly recognizes its students who participated in the McNair Scholars