David G. Ortiz

David G. Ortiz is assistant professor of Sociology at Tulane University and affiliated faculty of the Stone Center for Latin American studies.  His research interests include: social movements, collective violence, state repression, time-diffusion of social processes, and Latin America. His current work focuses on event history analyses of long and short term effects of contention, gap-time conditional risk set models for collective action and repression, comparative analyses of Latin American social movements, short and long term effects of disasters on social movements, and online activism.

David’s faculty profile page.

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