Precarious work conditions, union engagement, mixed methodology, online gaming
Gabriel Dulude obtained an M.A. in sociology under the supervision of Jacques Hamel in 2018. Specialized in the field of sociology of work, he studied the engagement of young professionals in a precarious work arrangement. Their participation to their union instances represented a significant theme of his Master’s thesis, as well as their personal project providing meaning to their identity. This first foray in the field allowed him to expand his expertise through the development of a survey on account of a union of college professionals.
Concurrently to these research projects, he maintains a strong interest for pedagogy. He teaches periodically at the Cegep of Sherbrooke.
He joined the Research Chair on Gambling in Spring 2020, where he became a part of the E-Games team to develop tools for data collection concerning the experiences of consumers of free-to-play games.