Rose Ernst

Rose Ernst
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Doctor of Philosophy

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Let me support you in producing coherent, elegant, and persuasive research papers, journal articles, and books. As a developmental editor and writing consultant, I specialize in the social sciences, history, law, interdisciplinary social sciences/humanities, and research ethics. In addition to my editing experience, I’ve been a tenured professor and chair of political science and worked in academia for over 18 years. My favorite writing topics include ways to improve writing routines, dance with writing resistance, and support scholars in producing and publishing their best work. Together, we will make sure your work finds a publication home and reflects your voice in the process. https://roseernst.net/

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Intersectionality as a framework and praxis has gathered significance in law and the social sciences over the past 20 years. This article begins by reviewing how intersectionality has been conceptualized, as well as the implications of varying definitions attributed to intersectionality. We then explore applications of intersectionality, first in r...
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Intersectionality as a framework and praxis has gathered significance in law and the social sciences over the past 20 years. This article begins by reviewing how intersectionality has been conceptualized, as well as the implications of varying definitions attributed to intersectionality. We then explore applications of intersectionality, first in r...
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How does white supremacy – the systemic covert and overt version – remain inextricably woven into the ideological fabric of the United States? We argue that racial gaslighting – the political, social, economic and cultural process that perpetuates and normalizes a white supremacist reality through pathologizing those who resist – offers a framework...
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This paper highlights the voices of some Muslim American women and identifies the processes of gendered racialization in a context of White supremacy. Informed by Rita Dhamoon's (2011) intersectional "processes of differentiation" and interviews with 20 Muslim American women, we find gendered patterns of racial violence emanating from state and soc...
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Objectives Individual relationships to the state are shaped through encounters with a variety of institutions. Little scholarly attention has been devoted to how citizenship is shaped through everyday interactions with the social service arm of the state through local “welfare” offices. In Washington State, one-third of all residents are served by...
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Scandalous Politics: Child Welfare Policy in the States. By GainsboroughJuliet F.. Washington, DC: Georgetown University Press, 2010. 216p. $26.95. - Volume 9 Issue 4 - Rose Ernst
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Observers of U.S. criminal justice trends have noted the vast increase in spending on prison systems over the past 25 years. First, the authors empirically verify that overall spending on corrections not only increased but also that corrections spending grew compared to other budget areas. Second, the authors examine the mechanisms behind this prio...
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Direct democracy by citizen initiatives is often heralded as the avenue for the true will of the people to be heard. While scholars have debated whether this leads to a form of Madison's ''tyranny of the majority,'' the debate over the concrete impact of such initiatives on racially margin-alized groups remains unsettled. We examine a different que...
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Citizens' relationships to the state are shaped through a number of institutions: education, voting, interest groups, criminal justice systems and social service systems, among others. Scholars have focused on voting and interest groups as the primary vehicles of state-citizen interaction. Less attention has been devoted to the ways in which indivi...
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This paper examines frame resonance dynamics internal to the contemporary US welfare rights movement. Frames diagnosing the problems of welfare as rooted in conceptions of caregiving and wage work were popular a generation ago among welfare rights activists. Today, this frame is favored among allies of the movement. Is it favored among grassroots a...
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This article examines the persistence of a “rights” movement in a political environment rife with the language of personal responsibility. Through an analysis of interviews of welfare rights activists in three states, this article explores the frequency and type of both “rights” and “needs” discourse frameworks. Neither rights nor needs language is...

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