Joshua Carreiro is a doctoral candidate. He has completed comprehensives in the areas of Sociology of Labor/Labor Movements and Work and Occupations. Joshua is currently researching and writing his dissertation, which is a study of class, consumption, and work organization in the consumer cooperative movement and "conscience" capitalism.
|2005||M.A.||University of Massachusetts—Amherst|
|1999||B.A.||University of Connecticut—Storrs|
2006. "Organizational Narratives and the Construction of Resistance: Union Organizing at a 'Progressive' Company." Research in the Sociology of Work 16:27-55.
2005. "Newspaper Coverage of the US Labor Movement: The Case of Anti-union Firings." Labor Studies Journal 30(2):1-20.
"Budgets, Board Games, and Make Believe: The Growth of Non-Traditional Students and the Need to Rethink Approaches to Teaching Social Class Inequality." (with Brian Kapitulik)
Joshua held a research assistantship in the Office of Information Technologies between 2004 and 2007. He worked with Dr. Rosio Alvarez studying discourse, technology, and organizations.
Joshua has taught a number of classes at UMass and Smith College, where he is currently a Lecturer. Classes taught include: Class and Society, Introduction to Sociology, Race, Gender, Class and Ethnicity, Social Class Inequality, and Work and Social Change.