Rachel Wetts
Rachel Wetts
Acacia Assistant Professor of Environment and Society and Sociology, Brown University
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Privilege on the precipice: Perceived racial status threats lead White Americans to oppose welfare programs
R Wetts, R Willer
Social Forces 97 (2), 793-822, 2018
Threats to racial status promote Tea Party support among White Americans
R Willer, M Feinberg, R Wetts
Available at SSRN 2770186, 2016
Models and morals: Elite-oriented and value-neutral discourse dominates American organizations’ framings of climate change
R Wetts
Social Forces 98 (3), 1339-1369, 2020
Who is called by the dog whistle? Experimental evidence that racial resentment and political ideology condition responses to racially encoded messages
R Wetts, R Willer
Socius 5, 2378023119866268, 2019
Organizational theory: From classical sociology to the 1970s
HA Haveman, R Wetts
Sociology Compass 13 (3), e12627, 2019
In climate news, statements from large businesses and opponents of climate action receive heightened visibility
R Wetts
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (32), 19054-19060, 2020
Contemporary organizational theory: The demographic, relational, and cultural perspectives
HA Haveman, R Wetts
Sociology Compass 13 (3), e12664, 2019
Climate delay discourses present in global mainstream television coverage of the IPCC’s 2021 report
J Painter, J Ettinger, D Holmes, L Loy, J Pinto, L Richardson, ...
Communications Earth & Environment 4 (1), 118, 2023
The academy: A program for older youth transitioning out of foster care
A Yaroni, R Wetts, T Ross
Vera Institute of Justice, 2010
The Experiences of New York City Foster Children in HIV/AIDS Clinical Trials
T Ross, A Lifflander, S Trued, A Yaroni, R Wetts, R Ghadia, T Farmiga
Vera Institute of Justice, 2009
Threats to racial status promote Tea Party support among White Americans. SSRN
R Willer, M Feinberg, R Wetts
Anxiety and austerity: A group position account of White Americans’ opposition to welfare
R Wetts, R Willer
Manuscript in preparation, 2015
Money and Meaning in the Climate Change Debate: Organizational Power, Cultural Resonance, and the Shaping of American Media Discourse
R Wetts
American Journal of Sociology 129 (2), 384-438, 2023
Antiracism and its discontents: The prevalence and political influence of opposition to antiracism among White Americans
R Wetts, R Willer
SocArXiv, 2022
The Academy
A Yaroni, R Wetts, T Ross
A Program for Older Youth Transitioning Out of Foster, 2010
Climate Change as Status Politics: Understanding How Americans’ Educational Attainment and Status Concerns Shape Responses to Climate Messages
R Wetts
OSF, 2023
The Diffusion of a Debate: Cultural Resonance and Resource Control in American Organizations’ Framings of Climate Change
RA Wetts
University of California, Berkeley, 2019
SOCIOLOGY OF VIRTUAL COMMUNITIES AND SOCIAL MEDIA Sociology 167 University of California, Berkeley
LS Goulet, R Wetts
University of California, Berkeley, 2015
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