Political Science Department

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Jose Marichal, Ph.D.

Associate Professor of Political Science

Email: marichal@callutheran.edu
Phone: (805) 493-3328
Office: E-7

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Dr. Marichal is an associate professor of political science at California Lutheran University. He teaches courses on the Internet and Politics, public policy, race and politics, community development and American Political Institutions

His current projects include: a study of the relationship between acquiring digital skills and feelings of trust/efficacy among Latinos and African Americans and an examination of how civic hacking affects power dynamics at the local level.  He is founder of the blog ThickCulture, sponsored by Contexts magazine.

Education

  • B.S., Florida State University
  • M.S., Florida Atlantic University
  • Ph.D., University of Colorado, Boulder

Publications


2013. "Politics on Facebook:Microactivism and Expressive Political Performance." First Monday. December.

2013. Review of Threat Talk: The Comparative Politics of Internet Addiction. by Mary Majikan. Perspectives on Politics. 11(3). 981-982.

2013.De volta à névoa: o futuro do Facebook (Back to the Fog: The Future of Facebook). Revista Politics. 15(June).

2013. "Profile Politics: Examining Polarization through Congressional Member Facebook Pages" in S. Kelly and S. Frisch eds. Politics to the Extreme: American Political Institutions in the 21st Century. Palgrave McMillan.

2013. "The Role of Digital Skills in the Formation of Generalized Trust Among Latinos and African Americans in the United States" with Jessica Lavariega-Monforti. Social Science Computing Review. Forthcoming.

2013. "Facebook's Imact on American Politics" inD. Hartman and C. Uggeneds.The Social Side of Politics W.W. Norton Press.

2012. Facebook Democracy: The Architecture of Disclosure and the Threat to Public Life.Ashgate Press.

2010. "Will this Engagement Make it to the Alter? The Paradox of Diversity and Civic Engagement." The Journal of Public Deliberation. Volume VI, Issue 2. p. 142-162.

2010. "You Call This Service?: A Civic Ontology approach to Evaluating Service Learning in Diverse Communities." Journal of Political Science Education. Volume VI, Issue 2.

2009. Frame evolution: A new approach to understanding changes in diversity reforms at public universities in the United States. The Social Science Journal.46(1): 171-191.

2009. Diversity in the Cloud. Web 2.0 and Negotiating Difference On-Line. Intersections: The Journal of Lutheran Higher Education. Winter (1) 34-40.

2007. Why Diversity and Civic Engagement Don’t Talk to Each Other on College Campuses: The Need for Public Work. Intersections: The Journal of Lutheran Higher Education. Spring.

2003. Examining Race and Gender Based Representation Using Federal Awards Assistance Data. Race, Gender, and Class. 10(1): (163-184).

1998. "Exploring Politics on the Sports Page: The Role of Local Media in Sports Stadium Developments," with Robyne Turner. Policy Studies Review 15(1): 31-44.

2000. Reprinted in: Wilbur Rich (ed.) The Economics and Politics of Sports Facilities. Westport, Connecticut: Quorum Books.

In Progress

"Solos o Juntos? (Do we Bowl Alone or Together?): A Survey of Leadership Framings among Latino Youth."

"CyberRegimes: The New Alternative Politics, Urban Power and Social Production in the Networked Information Economy." Revise and Resubmit. International Journal of Urban and Regional Research.

"Political Facebok Groups: Microactivism and the Digital Front Stage."

"Citizenship in the Cloud: Exploring Civic Obligations in Web 2.0 Space." Under Review. Journal of Information Technology and Politics.

"Red State, Red Blog, Blue State, Blue Blog?" Under Review. Policy and Internet.

"We are all Wise Latinas: The Civic Worth of the Diversity Argument.

Presentations

2012.Latino Participation Dynamics in the 2011 Occupy Wall Street Movement. Presented at the 2012 Western Political Science Association Annual Conference. Portland, OR. March 22-24, 2012.

2011.Bringing the Blogosphere into the Classroom: Strategies forIncorporating External Discourses. Presented at the 2011 American Sociological Association Annual Conference. Las Vegas, NV. August 22, 2011.

2011. The Role of Digital Skills in the Formation of Trust and Efficacy Among Latinos. Presented at the 2011 Western Political Science Association Annual Conference. San Antonio, TX. April 23, 2011. With Jessica Lavariega Monforti.

2010. "Political Facebok Groups: Microactivism and the Digital Front Stage." Presented and the Oxford Internet Institute's Internet, Poltics, Policy: an Impact Assessment Conference. Oxford, England. September 16-17, 2010.

2010. "Red State, Red Blog, Blue State, Blue Blog?" with Ryan Kushigemachi. Presented at the 2010 Western Political Science Association Annual Conference. San Francisco, CA. March 31, 2010.

2010. Citizenship in the Cloud: Exploring Civic Obligations in Web 2.0 Space. Presented at the 2010 Western Political Science Association Annual Conference. San Francisco, CA. April 1, 2010.

2009. CyberPower: Social Production and Urban Politics. Presented at the 2009 American Sociological Association Annual Conference. San Francisco, CA. August 10, 2009.

2008. "Diversity in the Cloud." Keynote Talk at the 2008 Association of Lutheran College Faculty Annual Conference. Decorah, IA. June 30.

2008. "When Diversity Works: Revising Putnam's Hunkering Thesis Using Off The Line Case Selection." Presented at the Western Political Science Association Annual Conference. San Diego, CA. March 17.

2007. “Improving HIV Prevention and Care for Ventura County Latinos: A Case Study of Community-Based Action Research” with Adina Nack. Presented as part of the CLU Center for Leadership and Values Alma Peterson Distinguished lecture Series. May 3, 2007 and as part of the Social for the Study of Social Problems Annual Conference. New York, New York. August 10.

2007. “Youth Civic Engagement: Diversifying Neighborhood Councils in Los Angeles” with Haco Hoang. Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Urban Affairs Association, Westin Hotel, Seattle, Washington. April 23.

2007. “Will this Engagement Make it to the Alter? The Paradox of Diversity and Civic Engagement.” Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Western Political Science Association, Riviera Hotel, Las Vegas, California. February 17.

2006. “Creating Cross-Culturally Engaged Citizens: The Challenge and Opportunities for Lutheran Higher Learning.” presented at the 2006 Association of Lutheran College Faculty annual conference, Nelson Room, Thousand Oaks, CA. October 5.

2006. “You Call This Service? The Effect of Project Type on Deficiency Paradigms in a Service Learning Project.” Presented at the annual meeting of the The Midwest Political Science Association, Palmer House Hilton, Chicago, Illinois, Apr 20.

2006. ”Boliamos Solos o Juntos? (Do we Bowl Alone or Together?): A Survey of Leadership Framings among Latino Youth.” Presented at the annual meeting of the Western Political Science Association, Hyatt Regency Albuquerque, Albuquerque, New Mexico, Mar 17. Also presented at the 2006. Segerhammer Faith and Life Conference. February 10, 2006.

2006. “The Role of Frames in Promoting Diversity at Public Universities.” Presented at the annual meeting of the Midwest Political Science Association, Palmer House Hilton, Chicago, Illinois, Apr 20.

2005. “Diversity Regimes: Building Coalitions for Increased Access at Public Universities” Presented at the 2005 Western Political Science Association Annual Conference. Oakland, CA.

2005. “When Does Gender fit into Diversity: Unpacking the Micropolitics of Diversity” Presented as part of the CLU Gender and Women’s Studies Speaker Series. March.

2005. “The Struggle Over "Scapes": Bringing Identity into Minority Incorporation Theory” Presented as part of the CLU Gender and Women’s Studies Speaker Series. March.

2005. Urban Affairs Association Annual Meeting. Salt Lake City, CA. 2004. “Governing Difference: The Role of Diversity Ecologies.” American Association of Colleges and Universities Diversity and Learning Conference. Nashville, TN. October 2004.

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