About J. Craig
Jenkins studies the politics of collective action and is best known for four lines of work: (1) how social movements mobilize and shape public opinion and public policy, especially in the environment and civil rights; (2) social movement philanthropy; (3) models of international early warning and humanitarian response; and (4) the politics and impact of high tech industrial policies. Jenkins does public speaking on early warning models and high tech policies and has served on the advisory committee of the National Committee on Responsive Philanthropy.
In the News
Traces the effects of cues from party elites on public concern about the threat of global climate change. Published 2 February 2012 in Climatic Change's Online First.