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7/2/2019 1 ANNA S.MUELLERIndiana University Email: [email protected] Department of Sociology Website: Bloomington, Indiana POSITIONS HELD 2019 - Present Associate Professor, Department of Sociology, Indiana University 2019 Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology (tenured) Affiliated Faculty, the Committee on Education, University of Chicago 2015 - 2019 Assistant Professor (tenured), Department of Comparative Human Development & the College, University of Chicago Research Associate, Population Research Center Affiliated Faculty, Center for the Study of Gender and Sexuality Affiliated Faculty, Masters in Computational Social Science Faculty Board Member, Pozen Family Center for Human Rights 2015-2018 Associate Member, Department of Sociology, University of Chicago 2011-2015 Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, The University of Memphis EDUCATION 2011 Ph.D., Sociology, The University of Texas at Austin Population Research Center Traineeship 2005 M.A., Sociology, The University of Texas at Austin 2002 B.A., Cum Laude, Economics & Women’s Studies, Wellesley College PRIMARY RESEARCH INTERESTS Suicide; Medical Sociology; Mental Health; Children/Youth; Social Networks; Education; Culture; Race, Class & Gender; TheoryBOOKS Mueller, Anna S. & Seth Abrutyn. (Under Contract) Life under Pressure: the Social Roots of Adolescent Suicide. Oxford University Press. PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS *Equal Authors; §student co-authors Abrutyn, Seth and Anna S. Mueller. Forthcoming. “Toward a Robust Science of Suicide: Epistemological, Theoretical, and Methodological Consideration in Advancing Suicidology.”Death Studies.
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7/2/2019 2 Miklin, Sanja,§Anna S. Mueller, Seth Abrutyn, and Katherine Ordonez.§2019. “What does it mean to be exposed to suicide?: Suicide Exposure, Suicide Risk, and the Importance of Meaning-making” Social Science & Medicine(OnlineFirst). DOI: Mueller, Anna S. 2019. “Why Thirteen Reasons Whymay Elicit Suicidal Ideation in Some Viewers, but Help Others.” Social Science & Medicine232: 499-501. Abrutyn, Seth, Anna S. Mueller, and Melissa Osborne.§ 2019.“Re-keying Cultural Scripts for Youth Suicide: How Social Networks Facilitate Suicide Diffusion and Suicide Clusters following Exposure to Suicide.” Society & Mental Health(OnlineFirst). Abrutyn, Seth, and Anna S. Mueller. 2018. “Towards a Cultural-Structural Theory of Suicide: Examining Excessive Regulation and its Discontents.” Sociological Theory36(1): 48-66. DOI: Binnix, Taylor,§Carol Rambo, Seth Abrutyn and Anna S. Mueller. 2018. “The Dialectics of Stigma, Silence, and Misunderstanding in Suicidality Survival Narratives.” Deviant Behavior39(8): 1095-1106. DOI: . Mueller, Anna S., Tania M. Jenkins, Melissa Osborne,§Arjun Dayal,§Daniel M. O’Connor,§and Vineet M. Arora. 2017. “Gender Differences in Attending Physicians’ Feedback to Residents: A Qualitative Analysis.” Journal of Graduate Medical Education. DOI: -00126.1
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