Gose explores social policy, organizational sociology, and network theory to understand how organizations and communities serve people in need, solve social problems, and exacerbate inequality. Her dissertation is a study of how community organizations respond to hunger in metropolitan Atlanta. Gose' past work includes participation in a longitudinal study on how smaller communities and grassroots political organizations are functioning during the Trump presidency. She is particularly interested in how social organizations and policy shape poverty responses in communities and how such decisions affect people’s well-being.
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Notes that since the 2016 Presidential Election, hundreds of grassroots resistance groups have formed in local communities, stemming from a strong, female-led opposition to the new Trump Administration and its platform. Studies dozens of these groups in four states and across Pennsylvania that are educating and engaging members, generating informed voters, and influencing local Democratic party organizations.