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Dustin Stoltz

  • PhD Candidate, Sociology
  • Research Assistant
  • University of Notre Dame Department of Sociology
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Research interests

Economic SociologyExpertiseCultural SociologySociology of CultureCognitive ScienceWorld SocietySocial StratificationScience and TechnologyNetworksOrganizations

About

I am a PhD Candidate in the Department of Sociology at the University of Notre Dame and a doctoral affiliate at the Kellogg Institute for International Studies. My primary interests fall into economic sociology, and build upon insights gleaned from the cognitive sciences, cultural sociology, organizational studies, sociological theory, philosophy of science, and network analysis.

Groups

Co-authors (6)

Publications (5)

  • Deliberate Trust and Intuitive Faith: A Dual‐Process Model of Reliance

    • Stoltz D
    • Lizardo O
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  • Max Weber’s ideal versus material interest distinction revisited

    • Lizardo O
    • Stoltz D
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  • Paying with change: The purposeful enunciation of material culture

    • Stoltz D
    • Taylor M
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  • Relations and Relationships: Clarifying the Terms of the ‘New’ Relational Economic Sociology

    • Stoltz D
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  • What Are Dual Process Models? Implications for Cultural Analysis in Sociology

    • Lizardo O
    • Mowry R
    • Sepulvado B
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Professional experience

Research Assistant

University of Notre Dame - Department of Sociology

August 2014 - Present

Graduate Teaching Assistant

Illinois State University

December 2009 - May 2011(a year)

Banking Services Instructor

Community Bank

Development Worker

U.S. Peace Corps

Education

Doctorate in Sociology

University of Notre Dame

August 2014 - September 2014(a month)

Masters of Science in Sociology, Community and Economic Development

Illinois State University

August 2010 - April 2014(4 years)

Bachelor's of Science in Sociology

Montana State University

December 2005 - December 2009(4 years)