Research Interests: Political Sociology, Culture, Social Change, Public Opinion, Quantitative Methods, Computational Methods
Sean Bock is a PhD student in the Department of Sociology and graduate affiliate at the Institute for Quantitative Social Science. His research uses quantitative and computational methods to study topics broadly related to political culture and social change. His recent work has focused on public political polarization, within-party variation in socio-political attitudes, political behavior, and nationalism in the United States and Western Europe.
For a list of publications and current projects, you may visit his website here.
B.A., with Highest Distinction, in Sociology (with departmental honors) and Political Science, Indiana University-Bloomington