Sara Wilf

Sara Wilf
University of California, Los Angeles | UCLA · Department of Social Welfare

Master of Public Administration

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6
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Additional affiliations
January 2019 - August 2019
Mathematica Policy Research
Position
  • Analyst
August 2017 - December 2018
Ashoka
Position
  • Impact and Evaluation Specialist
Description
  • Worked in Bangalore (August- Dec 2017) and Washington, D.C. offices (Jan- Dec 2018).
Education
September 2014 - May 2016
Columbia University
Field of study
  • Social Policy
May 2008 - May 2010
Brown University
Field of study
  • Comparative Literature - Spanish and English

Publications

Publications (6)
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This multi-method qualitative study explores how immigrant-origin (I-O) youth express civic engagement on social media, and how youths’ immigrant identities shape their online civic engagement. We analyzed 2,203 Twitter posts collected over a 6-month period from 32 racially and ethnically diverse I-O youth (an average of 69 posts per participant)....
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Adolescents’ time use during COVID-19 offers insight into their lived experiences in unprecedented times. Using a person-centered approach, we describe profiles of time use and examine demographics, parent support, and friend support as predictors of time use. Among 555 U.S. adolescents, we identified three latent profiles across 14 daily activitie...
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This paper describes forms of online youth civic engagement that center the experiences of youth with historically marginalized identities and documents ways that youth are civically engaged. Twenty U.S.-based, digitally active youth ages 16 to 21 years old were interviewed. Seven participants (35%) identified as female, nine (45%) as male, and fou...
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Aims: This paper aims to describe forms of online youth civic engagement that center the experiences of youth with historically marginalized identities and documents ways that youth are civically engaged. Demographics: Twenty U.S.-based, digitally active youth ages 16-21 years old were interviewed. Seven participants (35%) identified as female, nin...
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Public health recommendations to slow the spread of COVID-19 have resulted in closing schools and businesses and encouraging social distancing, which has reshaped adolescents’ ecologies. Adolescents’ time use during the pandemic offers insight into their lived experiences in unprecedented times, and adolescents’ activities may be shaped in importan...

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