Campos-Castillo, Celeste

Associate Professor
Sociology

2020–21 Office Hours

On Sabbatical Leave

Education

PhD, University of Iowa

Areas of Specialization

Communication and Information Technologies; Medical Sociology; Social Psychology; Experimental Methods; Work and Occupations

Prior Teaching Schedule

Summer 2020
SOCIOL 361-201: Research Methods in Sociology
SOCIOL 399-001: Independent Study - Upper Division

Spring 2020
SOCIOL 361-201: Research Methods in Sociology
SOCIOL 338-001: Small Groups

Fall 2019
SOCIOL 991-001: The Sociology of Institutions

Selected Publications

Campos-Castillo, C. (2020). Gender Divides in Engagement with COVID-19 Information on the Internet among US Older Adults. The Journals of Gerontology: Series B.
Campos-Castillo, C., & Laestadius, L. I. (2020). Racial and Ethnic Digital Divides in Posting COVID-19 Content on Social Media Among US Adults: Secondary Survey Analysis. Journal of Medical Internet Research, 22(7), e20472.
Campos-Castillo, C., shuster, s. m., Groh, S. M., & Anthony, D. L. (2020). Warning: Hegemonic Masculinity May Not Matter as Much as You Think for Confidant Patterns among Older Men. Sex Roles.
Anthony, D. L., Campos-Castillo, C., & Horne, C. (2017). Toward a Sociology of Privacy. Annual Review of Sociology, 43.
Shuster, S. M., & Campos-Castillo, C. (2017). Measuring Resonance and Dissonance in Social Movement Frames with Affect Control Theory. Social Psychology Quarterly.
Campos-Castillo, C. (2015, August). Revisiting the First-Level Digital Divide: Gender and Race Patterns in the U.S., 2008-2013. Social Science Computer Review, 33, 423-439.
Campos-Castillo, C., & Anthony, D. L. (2015, May). The Double-Edged Sword of Electronic Health Records: Implications for Patient Disclosure. Journal of the American Medical Informatics Association, 22(e1), e130-e140.
Campos-Castillo, C., & Ewoodzie, K. (2014). Relational Trustworthiness: How Status Affects Intra-organizational Inequality in Job Autonomy. Social Science Research, 44(March), 60-74.
Campos-Castillo, C., & Hitlin, S. (2013). Copresence: Revisiting a Building Block for Models of Social Interaction. Sociological Theory, 31(2), 168-192.