Quintin Gorman Jr.

Quintin Gorman, Jr. is a sociology doctoral candidate, and graduate research assistant in the Racism and Racial Experiences (RARE) Workgroup at Rice University in Houston, Texas. His research interests include the intersection of racial attitudes, racial identity, and second-class citizenship. His dissertation project uses original, multiple-item scales to examine the contemporary meaning, prevalence, and significance of Du Boisian double consciousness among black adults

Research Areas

Identity, the Military, Racism, Social Psychology.


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