Culture and Action Network

Austin Kozlowski

PhD Student, Department of Sociology

Austin uses computational, statistical, and qualitative methods to investigate the relations between cultural rifts and political divisions in the contemporary United States.

akozlo@uchicago.edu | CV | Personal Website

Research Interests

Culture, Theory, Politics, Computational Methods

Select Publications

Kozlowski, Austin C., Matt Taddy, and James A. Evans. 2019. “The Geometry of Culture: Analyzing the Meanings of Class through Word Embeddings.” American Sociological Review 84(5): 905-949.

Kozlowski, Austin C. and James P. Murphy. 2021. “Issue Alignment and Partisanship in the American Public: Revisiting the ‘Partisans without Constraint’ Thesis.” Social Science Research 94:102498.

Kozlowski, Austin C. Forthcoming. “How Conservatives Lost Confidence in Science: The Role of Ideological Alignment in Political Polarization.” Social Forces.

Working Papers

Kozlowski, Austin C. and James P. Murphy. “Issue Alignment and Partisanship in the American Public: Revisiting the ‘Partisans without Constraint’ Thesis” Preprint available at: https://osf.io/preprints/socarxiv/jex9k/