Dr Jeffrey P Broadbent
Sociology 1026 Soc Sci 267 19th Ave S
- Political Sociology
- Environmental Sociology
- Climate Change
- Social Movements
- Network Analysis
- Global Society
- Discourse Analysis
- Qualitative Methods
- Institutions and Culture
- Cross-national Comparative Methods
- East Asia
- Ph.D.: Sociology, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 1982.
- M.A.: Regional Studies-East Asia, Harvard University, Cambridge, MA, 1975.
- B.A.: Religious Studies-Buddhism, University of California at Berkeley, Berkeley, CA, 1974.
- Dimensions of Contention: Integrating Material, Social and Cultural Aspects through Dynamic Network Analysis. Broadbent, Jeffrey, Forthcoming. Cultural Sociology Working Papers, Center for Cultural Sociology, Yale University., Author.
- Mitigating Climate Change: Sociological Perspectives. Broadbent, Jeffrey, Karen Erhardt-Martinez, Tom Rudel, and Kari NorgaardForthcoming in Riley Dunlap and Bob Brulle (editors), Sociological Approaches to Climate Change Mitigation (tentative title), American Sociological Association and Oxford University Press. , Author, 2015. Image
- “Inter-disciplinary Analysis of Climate Change and Society: A Network Approach,” with Philip Vaughter. 2014. in Michael Manfredo, et. Al. (eds.), Understanding Society and Natural Resources: Forging New Strands of Integration Across the Social Sciences, Springer Press, open access.
- “Asian Societies and Climate Change: Global Events and Domestic Discourse,”with Sun-Jin Yun, Dowan Ku, Kazuhiro Ikeda, Keiichi Satoh, Sony Pellissery, Pradip Swarnarkar, Tze-Luen Lin, Ho-Ching Lee and Jun Jin. 2013. Globality Studies Journal No. 32, open access.
- Introduction: East Asian Social Movements: Broadbent, Jeffrey, Springer, East Asian Social Movements: Power, Protest and Change in a Dynamic Region, 1-30, 2011. Link
- COMPON-Comparing Climate Change Policy Networks: http://compon.org/ Comparative study of the effects of discourse and mobilization networks upon policies to mitigate (reduce) carbon emissions and their outcomes, with research teams in and data from 19 cases (countries and region). Funded by National Science Foundation , October 2008 - continuing long-term
- The Unique Hybridity of Polities: Japanese, US and German Labor Politics as Multiplex Network Configurations and Power Hierarchies
- Dimensions of Contention: the Transforming Mixture of Material, Social and Cultural Networks
- World Bank project on Japan's environmental policies: research on Japan's environmental policies, 2000 - 2005
- Masayoshi Ohira Memorial Prize, 2001
- Outstanding Publication Award, Section on Environment and Technology, American Sociologoical Association, August 2000
- Fulbright Scholar Award (JUSEC), 1988 - 1989
- Fulbirght-Hays Scholar Award, 1989 - 1990
- Soc/Glos 3322W Social Movements, Protest and Change
- Soc 3301 - Politics and Society
- Soc/Glos 4305 - Society and the Environment: A Growing Conflict
- Soc 8310 - Political Sociology seminar
- Soc 8390 - Social Movement seminar