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Rudolph Bielitz
Rudolph Bielitz

Biography: My name is Rudolph Bielitz, and in 2012 I received my Bachelors of Arts in both Criminology, Law and Society and Psychology and Social Behavior, from the University of California Irvine (UCI), and in 2016 I received my Master of Arts in Sociology from Humboldt State University (HSU). Currently, I am enrolled to enter the University of California Riverside’s (UCR) Sociology graduate program for the fall of 2016. There are two areas that I would like to specialize in, which are Criminology, and Social Psychology; although, I am also interested in learning more about Globalization and world systems’ sustainability. My interest in research began at UCI where I worked as a Research Assistant (RA) for two Psychology Laboratories, Dr. Elizabeth Cauffman and Dr. Jodi Quas, and in 2013 I was awarded UCI’s “Excellence in Research” from the school of Social Ecology. In addition, at HSU I also worked as a RA conducting content analysis for Dr. Meredith Williams’ study on “Queers in the Pre-Stonewall Media.” Moreover, my latest research topic dealt with bullying and the social effects that it has on both delinquent and social behaviors. Lastly, my interests include photography, sports, and traveling.

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