Grad Students

Pablo Geraldo Bastías



Contact Information

Email    pdgeraldo@ucla.edu
Office  Not Available

Fields of Study

Stratification and Inequality, Quantitative and Computational Methods, Technical and Vocational Education

Publications

Gonzalez, K., Geraldo, P., Estay, M., & Franklin, C. (forthcoming) "Solution-Focused Brief Therapy for Individuals With Alcohol Use Disorders in Chile." Research in Social Work Practice

Geraldo, P. (2018) "Secondary Schools’ Vocational Track and the Reproduction of Social Inequality." National Thesis Award: Thinking the Youth 2015. Santiago, National Youth Institute (in Spanish)

Maldonado L., & Geraldo P. (2018) "Fixed Effects Regression and Effect Heterogeneity". In: Giesselmann M., Golsch K., Lohmann H., Schmidt-Catran A. (eds) Lebensbedingungen in Deutschland in der Längsschnittperspektive. Springer VS, Wiesbaden

Geraldo, P. & Salinas, E. (2015) "Primary and Secondary Effects in the Choice of School Track." Proceedings of 8th Chilean Sociology Congress. La Serena, Central University at Chile (in Spanish)

Geraldo, P. (2013) "The Crisis of Chilean Marxist Historiography." Proceeding of 5th International Congress in Philosophy and Theory of History. Viña del Mar, Adolfo Ibañez University at Chile (in Spanish)

Geraldo, P. (2012) "Catholic Church Members during Popular Unity Government." Simon Collier Seminar. Santiago, History Department, Pontifical Catholic University at Chile (in Spanish)

Grants and Awards

Graduate Summer Research Mentorship (2018), UCLA.

National Thesis Award: Thinking the Youth (2015). First Place in Graduate Category. Ministry of Social Development: National Youth Institute.

Graduate Scholarship (2013-2014). National Commission for Scientific and Technological Research  

Historical Research Award: Simon Collier Seminar (2011). Honor. History Department, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.

Jaime Eyzaguirre Academic Achievement Award (2010). History Department, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile.

Advisors

Jennie Brand

Degrees

MA, Sociology, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (2015)

BA, History, Pontificia Universidad Católica de Chile (2010)