Dr. Angela Frederick
Angela Frederick is Assistant Professor of Sociology in the Department of Sociology & Anthropology at UTEP. Dr. Frederick is a qualitative researcher, whose interests include gender, disability, race/ethnicity, and intersectionality. She is currently working on research projects exploring the experiences of people with disabilities who experience intersecting inequalities, as well as the experiences and perspectives of under-represented students in the stem pipeline. Dr. Frederick earned her doctorate in sociology from The University of Texas at Austin in 2012.
Anita Davis, Angela Frederick, and Christopher Wetzel. Forthcoming 2017. “Race Frames and Their Impact on the Sense of Belonging of Black Students in a College Community.” In Readings in Race, Ethnicity, and Immigration, Jiménez, Hortencia (Ed). San Diego: Cognella Publishers.
Angela Frederick. Forthcoming 2017. “Visibility, Respectability, and Disengagement: The Everyday Resistance of Mothers with Disabilities.” Social Science & Medicine.
Angela Frederick. 2017. “Risky Mothers and the Normalcy Project: Mothers with Disabilities Negotiate Scientific Motherhood.” Gender & Society 31(1):74-95.
Angela Frederick. 2015. “Between Stigma and Mother-Blame: Blind Mothers’ Experiences in USA Hospital Postnatal Care.” Sociology of Health and Illness 37(8):1127-1141.
Angela Frederick. 2014. “’Who Better to Do It Than Me!:’ Gender, Race, and the Deciding to Run Accounts of Political Women in Texas.” Qualitative Sociology 37(3):301-321