Ryan Seebruck

Ph.D (2015), Sociology, University of Arizona

Statistician, Department of Homeland Security

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Research

I am interested in how theories and parameters within these subfields interact with and inform each other: structural inequality, particularly in labor market and educational opportunities, organizational theory, social network analysis, and methodology.

 

Publications

10. Abromaviciute , Jurgita, Ryan Seebruck, and Bob Edwards. 2019. "Which Resources Matter for What Impacts? Resource Mobilization and Impacts of Local SMOs in Rural Lithuania, 2004-2006." Sociological Spectrum.

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9. Seebruck, Ryan and Scott V. Savage*. 2019. "To Promote or Hire? How Racial Processes and Organizational Characteristics Affect Internal Promotions in NCAA Division I College Basketball Coaching." Social Problems.

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8. Seebruck, Ryan. 2019. "A Case Study of How Education Labor Markets are Organized in Japan: Mandatory Teacher Rotation in Japanese Public Schools." Asia Pacific Journal of Education 39(3):323-337

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7. Savage, Scott V. and Ryan Seebruck*. 2016. "Race, Supervisorial Change, and Job Outcomes: Employability Resilience in NCAA Division I College Basketball Coaching." Sociological Quarterly 57:415-436.

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6. Seebruck, Ryan. 2016. "Examining the Maldistribution in Teacher Quality: A Spatial Analysis of the Distribution of Credentialed Educators in California Schools." California Geographer 55:55-82.

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5. Seebruck, Ryan. 2015. "A Typology of Hackers: Classifying Cyber Malfeasance using a Weighted Arc Circumplex Model." Digital Investigation 14:36-45.

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4. Seebruck, Ryan. 2015. "Teacher Quality and Student Achievement: A Multilevel Analysis of California's School Districts." McGill Sociological Review 5:1-18.

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3. Savage, Scott V. and Ryan Seebruck*. 2015. "The Road to the Top: A Qualitative Comparative Analysis of Mobility in the Elite Labor Market of College Basketball." Sociological Focus 48