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Luis Antonio Vila-Henninger (firstname.lastname@example.org) holds a PhD in sociology from the University of Arizona. He is currently a Postdoctoral Fellow for the European Research Council (ERC) Starting Grant “Qualidem”: “Eroding Democracies. A qualitative (re-)appraisal of how policies shape democratic linkages in Western democracies" (PIs: Claire Dupuy and Virginie Van Ingelgom). His dissertation and individual qualitative research use semi-structured interview data to analyze how voters reproduce the political legitimacy of economic referenda. His work also investigates how voter support for economic referenda is structured by economic inequality, partisanship, and cultural factors—such as political values, neoliberal ideology, and norms of self-interest. Luis’ work with Qualidem uses secondary qualitative analysis to investigate how changes in public policy shape the ways in which citizens in western democracies understand their connections with national and supranational political systems. Luis' research areas include economic sociology, political sociology, the sociology of culture, qualitative methods, and sociological theory. His work has appeared in The Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour, Sociology Compass, Sociological Perspectives, The Sociological Quarterly, and Sociological Inquiry. Luis is currently working on a book manuscript that is under contract with Palgrave Macmillan entitled Social Justification and Political Legitimacy: How Voters Rationalize Direct Democratic Economic Policy in America.
Vila-Henninger, Luis Antonio. "Turning Talk into 'Rationales': Using the Extended Case Method for the Coding and Analysis of Semi-Structured Interview Data in Atlas-ti." (Soumis).
Vila-Henninger, Luis Antonio. A Dual-Process Model of Outcomes: Understanding the Consequences of Socialization (Soumis).
Vila-Henninger, Luis Antonio. A Theory of “Motivated Partisan Legitimation" (Soumis).
Vila-Henninger, Luis Antonio. How Economic Incentives Shape the Use of Ideology in Voters’ Social Construction of Political Legitimacy: The Case of Arizona’s Proposition 204 (2012) (Soumis).
Vila-Henninger, Luis Antonio. The Moral Economy of Neoliberalism: How Voters Use Neoliberal Ideology to (De)Legitimate Undocumented Worker Access to Labor Markets. In: Sociological Inquiry, Vol. 89, no. 2, p. 239–262 (2019/05). doi:10.1111/soin.12260.
Employment insecurity and sleep disturbance: Evidence from 31 European countries, collab. Vila-Henninger, Luis Antonio. In: Journal of Sleep Research (Print), . doi:10.1111/jsr.12763 (Accepté/Sous presse).
Vila-Henninger, Luis Antonio. The “Medicinal Cannabis Question”: How Actors Legitimate Vote Choice on Medical Marijuana Policy. In: The Sociological Quarterly, Vol. 59, no.2, p. 1-24. doi:10.1080/00380253.2017.1367266.