Ned Crowley

Ned Crowley
New York University | NYU · Department of Sociology

About

9
Publications
1,995
Reads
How we measure 'reads'
A 'read' is counted each time someone views a publication summary (such as the title, abstract, and list of authors), clicks on a figure, or views or downloads the full-text. Learn more
123
Citations
Additional affiliations
September 2012 - May 2017
New York University
Position
  • PhD Student
September 2011 - September 2012
Harvard University
Position
  • Researcher

Publications

Publications (9)
Chapter
In this chapter, I ask whether fiscal austerity since the global financial crisis can help explain the growth in anti-immigrant sentiment that undergirds right-wing populism, focusing in particular on the United States and the United Kingdom. This empirical question also speaks to a theoretical issue central to populism scholarship: What explains t...
Preprint
The Political Participation Project (P3) is a collaborative, multi-site ethnographic and interview study. This report presents findings from six months of data collection across three field sites in New York City in collaboration with community-based organizations working to address social, economic, and political inequalities. We follow recent sch...
Article
Full-text available
Trump’s political breakthrough fits a larger American pattern, from Andrew Jackson to the present, recalling red scares, racial wars, and fears of foreign subversion and terrorism.
Conference Paper
By many accounts, the rising prominence of right-wing populism in Western democracies, including its role in the U.S. presidential election and Britain’s E.U. membership referendum in 2016, reflects voters’ accumulating economic and xenophobic anxieties. The halting recovery from the global recession combined with increasingly diverse national comm...
Article
We present a political sociological analysis of the social bases of support for Donald Trump during the critical phase of his victory in the Republican nominating contest. In particular, we test the widely voiced hypothesis that a critical source of Trump’s support in the GOP primaries came from his appeal to working class and/or downwardly mobile...
Article
Full-text available
Responses to Hurricane Sandy consistently cluster into two types according to how the issues have been defined and understood. On one hand, the crisis was seen as an extreme weather event that created physical and economic damage, and temporarily moved New York City away from its status quo. On the other hand, Hurricane Sandy exacerbated crises whi...
Article
Full-text available
This research update presents an aggregation and summary of recent academic literature on youth bullying. The purpose of this document is to “translate” scholarly research for a concerned public audience, which may include but is not limited to parents, caregivers, educators, and practitioners. This translation highlights recent findings and develo...
Article
This research update presents an aggregation and summary of recent academic literature on youth bullying. The purpose of this document is to “translate” scholarly research for a concerned public audience, which may include but is not limited to parents, caregivers, educators, and practitioners. This translation highlights recent findings and develo...

Network

Cited By

Projects

Project (1)