Mariana Amorim

Assistant Professor

Department of Sociology
Washington State University

Mariana Amorim, Ph.D., is an Assistant Professor of Sociology at Washington State University. She relies on qualitative and quantitative methods to study families, poverty and inequality, and social policies. Her work sheds light on the role of public, private, and “shadow” safety nets in promoting the well-being of parents and children during an era of increasing family complexity and economic inequality.

Amorim is visiting the West Coast Poverty Center at the University of Washington.

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