Applied Health Science
Indiana University, Ph.D. in Sociology, 2022
Indiana University, M.A. in Sociology, 2016
Rutgers University, M.A. inWomen?s and Gender Studies, 2014
Penn State University, B.A. in Sociology, 2012
Dr. Amelia Hawbaker (She/Her/Hers) is a Postdoctoral Fellow on the DAMSS team. Amelia holds a Ph.D. in Sociology from Indiana University and specializes in qualitative research, organizational sociology, and reproductive health research.
Malin, Stefan, Nathan Swinger, Emily Meanwell, Amelia Hawbaker, and Kamal Abulebda. 2021. “Using a Semi-Structured Qualitative Interview to Evaluate Pediatric Interns‘ Use of the Electronic Medical Record in a Simulated Setting.” Cureus 13(5): e14924. DOI 10.7759/cureus.14924.
Hallett, Tim, and Amelia Hawbaker. 2021. “The Case for an Inhabited Institutionalism in Organizational Research: Interaction, Coupling, and Change Reconsidered.” Theory and Society 50(1): 1-32.
McLeod, Jane, Amelia Hawbaker, and Emily Meanwell. 2020. “The Health of College Students on the Autism Spectrum as Compared to their Neurotypical Peers.” Autism. https://doi.org/10.1177/1362361320926070.
Hallett, Tim, and Amelia Hawbaker. 2019. “Bringing Society Back in Again: The Importance of Social Interaction in an Inhabited Institutionalism.” Pp. 317-336 in Microfoundations of Institutions (Research in the Sociology of Organizations, Vol. 65B) edited by Patrick Haack, Jost Sieweke, and Lauri Wessel. Emerald Publishing Limited.
McLeod, Jane, Emily Meanwell and Amelia Hawbaker. 2019. “The Experiences of College Students on the Autism Spectrum: A Comparison to their Neurotypical Peers.” Journal of Autism and Developmental Disorders. (Feb.): 1-17.
Schnabel, Landon, Lindsey Breitwieser, and Amelia Hawbaker. 2016. “Subjectivity in Feminist Science and Technology Studies: Implications and Applications for Sociological Research.” Sociology Compass. 10(4): 318-329.