José Luis González Rivas
CEIC Member, Member of the Consolidated Research Group
José Luis González Rivas graduated in Sociology in 2016 from the University of Granada. He obtained a master’s degree in Social Problems: Direction and Management of Social Programs from the same University in 2017.
Since 2019 he is a trainee as a Predoctoral Research Staff, being sponsored by the Department of Education, Universities and Research of the Basque Government to complete his doctoral thesis, which is affiliated with the Department of Sociology 2, University of the Basque Country. He is a member of the Type A Consolidated Research Group of the Basque University System [IT706-13]: Social change, precariousness and identity in contemporary society.
His doctoral thesis project aims to understand graffiti writers’ social reality in several Spanish cities through a qualitative approach. His research interests focus on qualitative research techniques – especially in-depth interviews and sociological discourse analysis –, the urban sociology, gender inequalities, the sociology of art and political sociology.