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Kevin Kiley

Postdoctoral Teaching Scholar

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Kevin Kiley is a sociologist whose research explores the social, cultural, and cognitive sources of attitude and opinion stability and change over the life course. He is broadly interested in how we measure culture and beliefs, and his work often focuses on developing new methods for measuring opinion behavior over time. His work has appeared in the American Sociological Review and Sociological Science and has been recognized by the culture section of the American Sociological Association.


Ph.D. Sociology Duke University 2021

M.A. Sociology Duke University 2018

M.A. Social Sciences University of Chicago 2014

B.A. Journalism University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill 2010

Area(s) of Expertise

Culture, Mathematical Sociology, Quantitative Methods, The Life Course, Organizations