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Carlos Tarin

 
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Carlos Anthony Tarin
Assistant Professor, Communication

Dr. Tarin’s research interests lie at the intersection(s) of organizational communication and the environment. Specifically, he is interested in exploring how organizations employ situated cultural discourses as a means of fostering environmental engagement. Much of his work draws on structuration theory and structurating activity theory as a way of understanding how organizational practices become routinized and codified. He has written on a variety of topics ranging from environmental public participation, eco-cultural identity, and decolonial organizing. His work generally focuses on international contexts and the US/Mexico border. In addition to his work on environmental organizing, Dr. Tarin is also interested in issues of difference and identity. His work in this area has focused on topics such as sexual harassment in higher education, diversity and inclusivity, and identity formation in intercollegiate forensics.

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  1. Organizational Communication
  2. Environmental Communication
  3. Qualitative Research Methods
  4. Forensics
  5. Non-profit Organizing
  6. Debate
  7. Indigenous studies
  8. Latina/o communication
  9. Latinx studies
  10. Borderland studies

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