Intersectional Inequalities in Hiring: The Role of Gender and a Criminal Record Clarence E. Dammon Dean Academic Year 2023 Accepted Sociology; Social Psychology; Experimental Methods Many studies have shown inequalities by gender in hiring, with women disadvantaged for many positions. In a separate line of work, studies have shown marked discrimination against those with criminal records. However, little work has examined the intersection of gender and criminal history in hiring contexts. This study seeks to understand how these two factors combined to influence hiring decisions. Trenton D Mize The study will use a survey experimental design. Student will help design the survey and then field the study on an online sampling platform. Then, the student will help clean the data and analyze it. Experience with experimental design. Experience designing surveys in Qualtrics. Some background in statistics and data analysis. 3 6 (estimated)