Professor Christie-Mizell has a forthcoming article with graduate students Laster and Dagadu, “The Use of Psychiatric Medication, Human Capital, and the Amplification of Mistrust” in Sociological Spectrum.
Professor Song publishes “Institutional Embeddedness of Network Embeddedness in the Workplace: Social Integration at Work and Employee’s Health across Three Societies” in Research in the Sociology of Work: Networks, Employment and Inequality.
Professors Isaac and Cornfield with graduate student Coley publish “Movement Schools’ and Dialogical Diffusion of Nonviolent Praxis: Nashville Workshops in the Southern Civil Rights Movement” in Research in Social Movements, Conflicts, and Change.
Professor Tepper publishes “Looking Back, Looking Forward: Arts-based Careers and Creative Work” in a special issue of Work and Occupations, which he also co-edited with Elizabeth Long Lingo entitled, “Patterns and Pathways: Artists and Creative Work in a Changing Economy.”
Professor Murray publishes “Why They Juice: The Role of Social Forces in Performance Enhancing Drug Use by Professional Athletes” with Arnout Van de Rijt and John M. Shandra in Sociological Focus.
Professor Lloyd publishes “Urbanization and the Southern United States” in Annual Review of Sociology.
Professors Brown and Donato with graduate students Bell and Duncan publish “Mental Health Status: The Importance of Race, Nativity, and Cultural Influences” in Handbook of the Sociology of Mental Health.
Professor Kelner published “Historical Perspectives on Diaspora Homeland Tourism: ‘Israel Experience’ Education in the 1950s and 1960s” in Diaspora, Indigenous and Minority Education.
Professor Campbell publishes “Reflections on Conceptualizing and Measuring Tie Strength” with Peter Marsden in Social Forces, as an invited piece for the 90th anniversary of the journal.
Professor Tyson Brown publishes “The Intersection and Accumulation of Racial and Gender Inequality: Black Women’s Wealth Trajectories” in The Review of Black Political Economy.