Deana is an Associate Professor of Sociology at Florida State University. Her work examines social movement dynamics, movement-media interactions, and strategy. She is author of pieces published in Social Problems, Sociological Theory, The Sociological Quarterly, Research in Social Movements, Conflict, & Change, The American Behavioral Scientist, Social Movement Studies, and co-editor of the book, Strategies for Social Change. Her current research projects examine the effects of Internet Communication Technology on political engagement and participation in progressive and conservative movements; analyze how movements use new and old media to shape political debates; and investigate the role of emotions and identity in the battle over Terri Schiavo.
Deana A. Rohlinger