Christopher Hutton has been covering topics of technology and culture for multiple years, with work appearing in VICE, Paste Magazine and Religion News Service. He graduated with an MA degree in sociology at Ball State University, where he studied the relationship of new media, Youtube culture and right-wing politics among college students. He also runs a newsletter titled the Digital Downstream, covering the intersection of internet culture with politics. He is now a Technology Reporter at the Washington Examiner. You can connect with Christopher on Twitter and LinkedIn.
Christopher Hutton and Applied Worldwide
Applied Worldwide is honored to work with Christopher Hutton. Hutton has written some of the foundational articles on our website. We teamed up with Hutton when he was a sociology graduate student at Ball State University and are proud to host several of his articles at Applied Worldwide! Please read his work below as he covers sociological perspectives of labor, politics, economics, and research methods.
Read more from Christopher:
- Sociology of Labor Day: History and Origins
- Applied Worldwide contributor Christopher Hutton provides a brief sociology of labor day, providing historical context including events in Chicago.
- Sociology of Voting: Sociologists Say, VOTE!
- Journalist Christopher Hutton provides evidence as to why sociologists would encourage everyone to vote, providing a sociology of voting.
- 2020 Top 5 Sociological Phenomena in the United States
- Applied Worldwide guest contributor Christopher Hutton writes about five sociological phenomena witnessed in the US in 2020.
- Gerbner’s Cultivation Theory and How it Applies to Protests
- Applied Worldwide contributor Christopher Hutton applies Gerbner’s cultivation theory to ongoing police brutality in the United States.
- Igniting Content Analysis in our Everyday Lives
- Applied Worldwide guest contributor Christopher Hutton discusses how content analysis can be applied to our everyday lives.
- Sociology in Journalism: A Profession for Modern Times
- Journalist Christopher Hutton writes about his experience applying sociology in journalism. How can we use sociology knowledge in journalism?
- Sociology and Journalism: The Dualistic Appeal
- Journalist Christopher Hutton discusses a comparison of professional sociology and journalism. How are they similar and different?