Larissa’s research lies at the intersections of work and organizations, critical management studies, labor movements, and race, class and gender. Larissa has particular expertise in the areas of low-wage work and unpredictable scheduling, knowledge work and STEM occupations, gender and work, postfeminism, and community labor organizing.
Larissa is a mixed-methods researcher with primary expertise in qualitative research, including in-depth interviews and participant observation, in which she uses Dedoose to analyze qualitative data. She also has conducted research using content analysis, digital ethnography, and quantitative methodologies, using Atlas.TI, STATA, and Excel to analyze data. She has experience with research design, recruitment, acquiring, creating, and cleaning large datasets from publicly available data, publishing independent and co-authored peer-reviewed research, public policy reports, and research briefs, and presenting findings at academic conferences and stakeholder meetings.
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