Stacey Livingstone

Course Title: Media Matters: Stereotypes and Social Change in Popular Media

Stacey Livingstone is a PhD candidate in Sociology at UC San Diego. She holds a Bachelor's Degree in Sociology from Boston University and a Master's Degree in Sociology from the San Diego State University, where she was also Head Teaching Assistant.

  • BA in Sociology, Boston College
  • MA in Sociology, San Diego State University
  • PhD Candidate in Sociology, University of California, San Diego

Stacey has served as a teaching assistant and course grader for numerous sociology courses at UC San Diego and San Diego State University. She has also managed seven Teaching Assistants.

  • Livingstone, Stacey. 2013. Life, Liberty and the Pursuit of Happiness: Latina/o Iraq Veterans' Articulations of Identity and Citizenship in the Contexts of Service and War. San Diego, CA: Montezuma Publishing. (Master's Thesis)
  • Hesse-Biber, Sharlene, Stacey Livingstone, Daniela Ramierz, Emily Brooke Barko and Alicia Lorene Johnson. 2010. "Racial Identity and Body Image Among Black Female College Students Attending Predominately While Colleges." Sex Roles 63:697-711.
  • "Explaining Latina/o Propensity in the Context of the 'Global War on Terror,'" presented at the 2014 Center for the Study of Democracy Graduate Student Conference, University of California, Irvine, Irvine, CA, May 10, 2014.
  • “It’s Probably Because You Didn’t $#&% Any of Your Guys: Women, the Military and Counterhegemonic Femininity in a Hegemonic Boys’ Club,” presented at the Gender Beyond Boundaries: Graduate Conference for Gender Research 2013, University of California, San Diego, San Diego, CA, February 21, 2012
  • “Salario Digno: Alta Gracia, The Apparel Industry and What it Really Means to Have a Living Wage,” presented at San Diego State University to Sociology 433 Wealth Status and Power, Political Science 430 Immigration and Border Politics and Political Science 102 Introduction to American and Californian Government and Politics, November 26-30, 2012
  • “Problem Posing Pedagogy: A Success Story for Democratically Teaching Democracy,” presented at the California Sociological Association Conference 2012, Mission Inn, Riverside, CA, November 9, 2012
  • “The Banking Method and the Reproduction of Inequality,” presented at the Inaugural Annual Youth Empowerment Summit, Presentations in Civic Engagement, Immigration, Labor, Education, Environmental Justice and Wealth Inequality Panel, City College, San Diego, CA, April 14, 2011