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Phoenicia Fares
Phoenicia Fares

Biography: Phoenicia Fares is a sociology doctoral candidate at the University of California, Riverside. She specializes in Social Psychology and Institutions and Organizations. Her research interests include theories of social interaction, small group dynamics, identity theory, and experimental methods. She is currently the Laboratory Manager for the Social Psychology Research Laboratory and Graduate Fellow for the Study of Role Taking at the Australian National University (PIs: Jenny Davis and Tony Love). She has been a Graduate Assistant for the National Foundation Grant “The Study of Social Structure, Identity, and Exchange” (PIs: Jan E. Stets, Scott V. Savage, and Peter J. Burke, 2015–2017), and is past Editorial Assistant for the American Sociological Association (ASA) journal, Social Psychology Quarterly (2014–2017), and Editorial Assistant for the ASA journal, Journal of Health and Social Behavior (2017–2019).

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