Professor Hollander received her B.A. in Linguistics from Stanford in 1987. She received an M.A. in 1991 and a Ph.D. in 1997 from the University of Washington. She joined the University of Oregon faculty in 1997. Professor Hollander is currently engaged in research on self-defense training and the prevention of violence against women.
2010 Hollander, Jocelyn A., Judith A. Howard, and Daniel G. Renfrow. Gendered Situations, Gendered Selves: A Gender Lens on Social Psychology, 2nd edition. Rowman and Littlefield.
2010 Hollander, Jocelyn A. “Why Do Women Take Self-Defense Classes?” Violence Against Women 16(4):459-478.
2009 Hollander, Jocelyn A. “The Roots of Resistance to Women's Self-Defense.” Violence Against Women 15(4):574–594.
2006 Hollander, Jocelyn A., and Hava R. Gordon. “The Processes of Social Construction in Talk.” Symbolic Interaction 29:183–212.
2005 Hollander, Jocelyn A. “Challenging Despair: Teaching About Women's Resistance to Violence.” Violence Against Women 11:776-791.
2004 Hollander, Jocelyn A., and Rachel L. Einwohner. “Conceptualizing Resistance.” Sociological Forum 19(4):533-554.
2004 Hollander, Jocelyn A. “The Social Contexts of Focus Groups.” Journal of Contemporary Ethnography 33(5): 602–637.
2002 Hollander, Jocelyn A. “Learning to Discuss: Strategies for Improving the Quality of Class Discussion.” Teaching Sociology 30:317–327.
2000 Hollander, Jocelyn A., and Judith A. Howard. “Social Psychological Theories on Social Inequality.” Social Psychology Quarterly 63:338-351.
2000 Einwohner, Rachel L., Jocelyn A. Hollander, and Toska Olson. “Engendering Social Movements: Cultural Images and Movement Dynamics.” Gender & Society 14:679-699.
Ph.D. -- University of Washington
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