Jen Schradie

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Jen Schradie


Jen Schradie is associated with Freedom Road Socialist Organization.

Education

University of California, Berkeley, Ph.D., Department of Sociology, Designated Emphasis in New Media, expected May 2014. Kim Voss (chair), Claude Fischer, Abigail DeKosnik.Dissertation Title: “This is (not) What Democracy Looks Like: The Internet and Democratic Participation Practices Among Labor and Social Movement Organizations from Different Political Orientations and Social Classes,” winner of the National Science Foundation Doctoral Dissertation Improvement Grant.

M.A., Department of Sociology, 2009. Claude Fischer (chair), Michael Burawoy, Mike Hout. “The Digital Production Gap: the Digital Divide and Web 2.0 Collide”

Harvard University M.P.A., Kennedy School of Government, 2007.

Duke University B.A., Public Policy Studies, 1989.

Prism article

"Philippine Workers Strike Nestlé to Change Their Nation" by Jen Schradie Prism September 1998.

Prism correspondent Jen Schradie travelled to the Philippines filmed these peoples' struggle for justice and against corporate and US control of their country. Her videographer was Matt DeVries, a Prism staffer.[1]

Freedom Road magazine

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Freedom Road Socialist Organization's Freedom Road magazine Number 2, Winter 2002 gave special thanks to Cameron Barron, Martha Cameron, Diane Greene Lent, Jon Liss, Bryce Oates, Jen Schradie, Chip Smith.

Golf Wars

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Jen Schradie and Matt Devries's documentary "Golf Wars" was advertised in Freedom Road magazine Number 2, Winter 2002.

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