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									                                       KYLIE PARROTTA
                                            Ph.D. Candidate
Department of Sociology and Anthropology                       Web: http://kylielparrotta.wordpress.com
North Carolina State University                                                    Phone: 919-414-7416
Raleigh, NC 27695-8107                                                     Email: klparrot@gw.ncsu.edu

EDUCATION

Ph.D. in Sociology                                                        Expected Completion Fall 2011
Minor in Women’s & Gender Studies
Certificate of Accomplishment in Teaching
Preparing Future Faculty Certification
North Carolina State University
        Dissertation: Negotiating Gendered Conflicts: Identity Dilemmas and Emotion Work in Women’s
        Flat Track Roller Derby
        Committee: Michael Schwalbe (chair), Stacy De Coster, Sinikka Elliott, and Karla Henderson
M.S. in Sociology                                                                              2003-2006
North Carolina State University
        Thesis: Disparity in Prosecutorial Decision Making in North Carolina: The Effects of Processual
        Factors

B.A. in Psychology                                                                             2000-2002
Minor in Sociology with an emphasis on Criminology
Minor in Philosophy                                                                    Magna Cum Laude
North Carolina State University

AREAS OF SPECIALIZATION

Inequality (Race, Class, Gender), Social Psychology, Crime/Deviance/Social Control

HONORS AND AWARDS

2010    American Society of Criminology’s Division of Corrections and Sentencing - 1st place in Graduate
        Student Paper Competition
2010    Teaching Social Problems Division of SSSP - 1st place in Graduate Student Paper Competition
2010    Graduate Student Mentor of the Year - Honorable Mention
2009    Sociology & Anthropology Outstanding Graduate Teaching Assistant of the Year
2009    Stanford Lyman Memorial Scholarship Recipient
2003    Alpha Kappa Delta - Sociology Honor Society
2000    Psi Chi - Psychology Honor Society




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RESEARCH INTERESTS

Racial and Gender Disparities in Sentencing, Work-Family-Leisure Balance, Identity Constructions and
Stigma Management, Conflict Negotiation in Non-Profit Organizations, Perceptions of Organizational
Equity and Justice

PUBLICATIONS & PAPERS

PEER REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

Parrotta, Kylie and Gretchen Thompson. 2011. “Sociology of the Prison Classroom: Marginalized
        Identities and Sociological Imaginations Behind Bars.” Teaching Sociology. 39(2):165-178.

Parrotta, Kylie and Sarah Rusche. “Extra Terrestrials and Generic Social Processes: Minimizing Resistance
        in Teaching the Reproduction of Inequality.” (forthcoming, Teaching Sociology).

INVITED PUBLICATIONS

Parrotta, Kylie. “SWS Membership: Like Being on a Roller Derby Team?” Network News. xxviii(1): 7-8.

PAPERS UNDER REVIEW

Bloch, Katrina, Rodney Engen, and Kylie Parrotta. “The Intersection of Race and Gender: An Examination
          of Sentencing Outcomes in North Carolina.” (revise & resubmit at Social Problems).

Gathings, Martha and Kylie Parrotta (equal authorship). “Accounts as Impression Management: A
       Qualitative Examination of Sentencing Proceedings.” (1st place in ASC’s Corrections & Sentencing
       Student Paper Competition) (revise & resubmit at Journal of Contemporary Ethnography)

Buck, Alison and Kylie Parrotta. “Making Marx Accessible: Teaching Alienated Labor with Play-Doh.”
        (revise & resubmit at Teaching Sociology)

PAPERS IN PROGRESS

Parrotta, Kylie, Katrina Bloch, and Rodney Engen. “An Examination of the Effects of Attorney Type and
        Plea Type on Charge Reductions in North Carolina.”

Buck, Alison, Kylie Parrotta, and Elizabeth Seale. “Reinforcing Privilege at the Street Level: Othering in
        the Talk of Work First Program Managers.”

Thompson, Gretchen, Kylie Parrotta, and Karl Jicha. “Foreign Direct Investment, Women, and Infant
      Mortality.”




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PROCEEDINGS

Tichavsky, Lisa, Katrina Bloch, Kylie Parrotta, and Margaret A. Zahn. 2006. "Racial Differences in Intimate
          Partner Homicide" in C. Gabrielle Salfati (Ed.) Connecting Research to Practice: New Directions
          in the Study of Homicide and Violence. Proceedings of the 2006 Meeting of the Homicide
          Research Working Group. Chicago, IL: Homicide Research Working Group.

PRESENTATIONS

Parrotta, Kylie. 2011. “The Politics of Athletic Authenticity: Negotiating Sport and Spectacle in Roller
        Derby” to be presented at the meetings of the Society for the Study of Social Problems, Las
        Vegas, NV.

Parrotta, Kylie. 2010. “’By the Skaters, For the Skaters’: Negotiating Inequity in Roller Derby.” Presented
        at the meetings of the Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction, Atlanta, GA.

Buck, Alison, Kylie Parrotta, and Elizabeth Seale. 2010. “Reinforcing Privilege at the Street Level:
        Othering in the Talk of Work First Program Managers.” Presented at the meetings of the Society
        for the Study of Social Problems, Atlanta, GA.

Parrotta, Kylie and Gretchen Thompson. 2009. “Sociology of the Prison Classroom: Confronting
        Marginalized Identities and Developing Sociological Imaginations Behind Bars.” Presented at the
        meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Philadelphia, PA.

Gathings, Martha and Kylie Parrotta. 2009. “Court Room Drama: A Dramaturgical Analysis of Sentencing
       Proceedings.” Presented at the meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Philadelphia,
       PA.

Parrotta, Kylie. 2009. “Athlete or Rollergirl?: Presentation of Self in Women’s Flat Track
        Roller Derby.” Presented at the meetings of Society for the Study of Social Problems, San
        Francisco, CA.

Parrotta, Kylie and Sarah Rusche. 2009. “Extra Terrestrials and Generic Social Processes: A Class Activity
        on the Reproduction of Inequality.” Presented at the meetings of the Society for the Study of
        Social Problems, San Francisco, CA.

Buck, Alison and Kylie Parrotta. 2009. “Teaching Alienated Labor with Play-Doh.” Presented at the
        meetings of the Southern Sociological Society, New Orleans, LA.

Parrotta, Kylie. 2008. “Girl on Girl Action: Sport and Spectacle in Roller Derby” Presented at the
        meetings of the North American Society for the Sociology of Sport, Denver, CO.

Engen, Rodney, Olena Antonaccio, and Kylie Parrotta. 2007. “Plea Bargaining and Charge Reductions
        under Sentencing Guidelines: Toward an Administrative Theory of Prosecutorial Decision
        Making.” Presented at the meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Atlanta, GA.


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Tichavsky, Lisa, Katrina Bloch, Kylie Parrotta, and Margaret A. Zahn. 2006. "Racial Differences in Intimate
          Partner Homicide in Two Cities" Presented at the meeting of the Homicide Research Working
          Group, Richmond, VA.

Charleston, Donald, Angella Bellota, Jonathan Brauer, and Kylie Parrotta. 2006. "Graduate School Boot
        Camp: Students Talking to Students About the Next Step." Presented at the meetings of the
        North Carolina Sociological Association, Durham, NC.

Engen, Rodney and Kylie Parrotta. 2005. “Disparity in Prosecutorial Decision Making in North Carolina:
        The Effects of Plea Type and Legal Representation.” Presented at the meetings of the North
        Carolina Sociological Association, Durham, NC.

Engen, Rodney, R.V. Rikard, Kylie Parrotta, Olena Antonaccio. 2004. “Prosecutorial Discretion Under
        Structured Sentencing: The Indirect Effect of Charge Reductions.” Presented at the meetings of
        the Southern Sociological Society, Atlanta, GA.

WORKSHOP PRESENTATIONS/INVITED PRESENTATIONS

“Participating in NCSU’s Preparing Future Leaders workshops and the Certificate of Accomplishment in
         Teaching Program.” North Carolina State University's Board of Advisors for the Graduate School.
         October 2009, Raleigh, NC.

“If I Knew Then What I Knew Now.” The Graduate School - New Graduate Student Orientation Panel -
         August 2009, Raleigh, NC.

“Survival Skills for Graduate School.” The Graduate School. January 2010, Raleigh, NC.

TEACHING INTERESTS

Sociology of Gender, Social Deviance, Social Psychology, Criminology, Qualitative Methods, Research
Methods, Stratification, Social Psychology of Inequality, Sociology of Sport

COURSES TAUGHT

Social Deviance (7 sections)
Social Psychology (5 sections & 1 section at men’s prison)
Women and Men in Society (3 sections)
Principles of Sociology (co-taught 1 section online)
Technology in Society (co-taught 1 section online)
Sociology of Sport (online prep)




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PROFESSIONAL TRAINING

Grounded Theory Methods for Social Justice Research                                         Summer 2010
Led by Cathy Charmaz                                                                 SSSI Meetings, Atlanta

Certification as a Preparing Future Faculty Scholar                                          Spring 2010
Research & Teaching Concentrations                                        North Carolina State University

Certificate of Accomplishment in Teaching                                          Fall 2007 - Spring 2009
Graduate Teaching Program                                                  North Carolina State University

Two Day Visual Sociology Workshop                                                                Fall 2008
Led by Dr. Doug Harper                                                                     Duke University

Wolf Aides                                                                        Fall 2000 - Spring 2001
Leadership Development Program                                             North Carolina State University

GRANTS

Parrotta, Kylie. 2011. Lee Student Support Travel Fund. Society for the Study of Social Problems. $141.

Parrotta, Kylie. 2010. Travel Grant. University Graduate Student Association. $250

Parrotta, Kylie. 2010. Student Travel Grant. Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction. $200.

Parrotta, Kylie. 2010. Lee Student Support Travel Fund. Society for the Study of Social Problems. $323.

Parrotta, Kylie. 2009. Stanford Lyman Memorial Scholarship, Mid South Sociological Society. $1000.

Parrotta, Kylie. 2009. Lee Student Support Travel Fund. Society for the Study of Social Problems. $185.

Parrotta, Kylie. 2008. Faculty Mentor Award – Office of Undergraduate Research - $1050.

Parrotta, Kylie. 2008. Sociology Graduate Student Association Dissertation Grant. $300.

Parrotta, Kylie. 2008. “Impression Management by Nonprofit Organizations working with Stigmatized
        Groups.” Institute for Nonprofits Graduate Student Research Support Program. $500.

Parrotta, Kylie. 2007. Sociology Graduate Student Association Dissertation Grant. $300.

Taylor, Tiffany, Lizzy Seale, Kylie Parrotta, and Alison Buck. 2007. “Service Delivery and Organizational
         Relations Between Departments of Social Services and Non-Profit Organizations.” 2007. Institute
         for Nonprofits Graduate Student Research Support Program. $500.




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MEMBERSHIPS

American Sociological Association
        Crime, Law, and Deviance
        Race, Class, Gender
        Social Psychology
Society for the Study of Social Problems
American Society of Criminology
        Division on Sentencing & Corrections
        Division on Women & Crime
Sociology for Women in Society
        Co-founder of NCSU chapter
North American Society for the Sociology of Sport
Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction

PROFESSIONAL SERVICE

2009-Present   Social Action Committee, SWS
2008           Member of General Social Survey Working Group, NASSS
2007-2010      Graduate Student Advisory Board Representative
2005-2007      Graduate Recruitment and Admissions Committee
2004-Present   Graduate Student Mentor
2003-Present   Sociology Graduate Student Association

EXPERIENCE

Graduate Instructor                                                             Fall 2005 - Fall 2010
Sociology & Anthropology                                              North Carolina State University

Research Assistant and Lab Specialist                                      June 2006 - January 2009
Center for Urban Affairs and Community Services                       North Carolina State University




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