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.
UTEP Faculty Profile: http://academics.utep.edu/Default.aspx?tabid=70104&ID=ahfrederick2
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