Keith Bentele

University of Massachusetts, Boston

Keith G. Bentele is Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of Massachusetts Boston. His research has examined the consequences of welfare reform, rising earnings inequality in the US, and the passage of multiple types of state legislation sought by the conservative Evangelical movement. His current research includes a project examining the performance of safety net programs in the 2007–2009 recession and the consequences of this recession for state poverty rates and racial inequality.

Keith G. Bentele is Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of Massachusetts Boston. His research has examined the consequences of welfare reform, rising earnings inequality in the US, and the passage of multiple types of state legislation sought by the conservative Evangelical movement. His current research includes a project examining the performance of safety net programs in the 2007–2009 recession and the consequences of this recession for state poverty rates and racial inequality.

Lectures

5.14.2014 (1:25:08)

Key Issues: Election 2014