Brown, Kate Pride. Forthcoming. “Guarding the Memory of the National Guard: Strategies of Avoidance in Official Historiography.” Memory Studies.
Coley, Jonathan. Forthcoming. “Narrative and Frame Alignment in Social Movements: Labor Problem Novels and the 1929 Gastonia Strike.” Social Movement Studies.
Coley, Jonathan. Forthcoming. “Social Movements and Bridge Building: Religious and Sexual Identity Conflicts.” Research in Social Movements, Conflicts, and Change.
Thibodeaux, Jarrett. 2014. “Three Versions of Constructionism and their Reliance on Social Conditions in Social Problems Research.” Sociology. 48(4):829-837. doi: 10.1177/0038038513511560
Everhart, Katherine. 2014. “Captain America andThriller: How Artistic Expressions Shape Mobilization Processes in Social Movements.” Sociology Compass. 8: 268–281. doi: 10.1111/soc4.12137
Shaw, Samuel. 2014. “Art Crawls: Locating Artists and Audiences in the Creative City.” Ethnography.
Thibodeaux, Jarrett. 2013. “Student Perceptions of Safety in Same Race High Schools.” Journal of School Violence. 12(4): 378-394.
Coley, Jonathan. 2013. “Theorizing Issue Selection in Advocacy Organizations: An Analysis of Human Rights Activism around Darfur and the Congo, 1998-2010.” Sociological Perspectives 56(2): 191-212.
Kettrey, Heather H. 2013. “Reading Playboy for the Articles: The Graying of Rape Myths in Black and White Text, 1953-2003.” Violence Against Women 19(8): 969-95.
Everhart, Katherine. 2012. “Cultura-Identidad: The Use of Art in the University of Puerto Rico Student Movement, 2010.” Humanity & Society 36(3): 198-219.
Everhart, Katherine. 2012. “Learning to Protest, Finding my Voice: Accompaniment in the University of Puerto Rico Student Movement.” Sargasso: A Journal of Caribbean Literature, Language & Culture (Special Issue: Public Education: Crisis and Dialogue at the University of Puerto Rico) 1: 39-53.
Shaw, Samuel. 2012. “Spontaneous and Planned Arts Development: Notes from Portland.” In The Politics of Urban Cultural Policy, edited by C. Grodach and D. Silver. New York: Routledge.
Williams, Damian. 2009. “Grounding the Regime of Precarious Employment: Homeless Day Laborers’ Negotiation of the Job Queue” Work and Occupations 36(3): 209-246.
Hewitt, Lyndi. 2008. “Feminists and the Forum: Is It Worth the Effort?” Societies Without Borders 3(1): 118-135.
Morrison, Daniel R. 2008. “Making the Autonomous Client: How Genetic Counselors Construct Autonomous Subjects.” Pp. 179-198 in Bioethical Issues: Sociological Perspectives, edited B.K. Rothman, E.A. Armstrong, and R. Tiger. Amsterdam: Elsevier.
Tanner-Smith, Emily E. 2006. “Pharmacological Content of Tablets Sold as ‘Ecstasy’: Results from an Online Testing Service.” Drug and Alcohol Dependence 83:247-254.
Evenson, Ranae. 2005. “Clarifying the Relationship between Parenthood and Depression.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior 46: 341-358.
Talley, Heather Laine. 2005. “The Curious Incident of Disability in the Night of Time.” Journal of Contemporary Ethnography 34: 235-245.
Lee, Steve S. 2004. “Predicting Cultural Output Diversity in the Radio Industry.” 1989-2002. Poetics 32(3-4): 325-342.
Sloan, Melissa M. 2004. “The Effects of Occupational Characteristics on the Experience and Expression of Anger in the Workplace.” Work and Occupations 31(1): 38-71.
Lee, Carrie. 2003. “Postscript: Trends in the Production of Research on the Arts Sector: 25 Years of the Conference of Social Theory, Politics and the Arts.” Pp. 211-221 in The Arts in a New Millenium: Research and the Arts Sector, edited by V. B. Morris and D. B. Pankratz. Westport, CT: Greenwood Publishing Group, Inc.
COLLABORATION WITH OTHERS
Carpenter, Laura and Heather Kettrey. Forthcoming. ”(Im)perishable Pleasure, (In)destructible Desire: Sexual Themes in US and English News Coverage of Male Circumcision and Female Genital Cutting.” Journal of Sex Research.
Hess, David and Quan Mai. Forthcoming. ”The Convergence of Economic Development and Energy Transition Policies in State Government Plans.” Sustainability: Science, Practice & Policy.
McCammon, Holly, Erin Bergner, and Sandra Arch. Forthcoming. ”’Are You One Of Those Women?’: Within-Movement Conflict, Radical Flank Effects, and Social Movement Political Outcomes.” Mobilization.
Brown, Kate Pride and Larry Isaac. Forthcoming. “Civil Rights Movement Inspiration and Influence on Other Reform Movements” in Encyclopedia of American Reform Movements, ed. by John R. McKivigan and Heather L. Kaufman. New York: Infobase Publishing.
McCammon, Holly J., Sandra C. Arch, and Erin M. Bergner. Forthcoming. “A Radical Demand Effect: Early U.S. Feminists and the Married-Women’s Property Acts.” Social Science History.
Rodriguez, Leslie, Mariano Sana, and Blake Sisk. Forthcoming. “Self-Administered Questions and Interviewer-Respondent Familiarity.” Field Methods 27(2).
Sisk, Blake and Carl Bankston III. Forthcoming. “Hurricane Katrina, a Construction Boom, and a New Labor Force: Latino Immigrants and the New Orleans Construction Industry, 2000 and 2006-2010.” Population Research and Policy Review.
Kettrey, Heather H. and Whitney N. Laster. 2014. “Staking Territory in the ‘World White Web’: An Exploration of the Roles of Overt and Colorblind Racism in Maintaining Racial Boundaries on a Popular Website.” Social Currents 1:257-274.
Hess, David and Jonathan Coley. 2014. “Wireless Smart Meters and Public Acceptance: The Environment, Limited Choices, and Precautionary Politics.” Public Understanding of Science 23(6): 688-702.
Jacobs, Anna, Terrence Hill, and Amy Burdette. 2014. “Health Insurance Status and Symptoms of Psychological Distress among Low-Income Urban Women.” Society & Mental Health. 2156869314549674. doi: 10.1177/2156869314549674
Donato, Katharine M., Bhumika Piya, and Anna Jacobs. 2014. “The Double Disadvantaged Reconsidered: Gender, Immigration, Marital Status, and Global Labor Force Participation in the 21st Century.” International Migration Review S1(Fall): S335-376.
Dagadu, Helena E. and C. André Christie-Mizell. 2013. “Heart Trouble and Racial Group Identity: Exploring Ethnic Heterogeneity among Black Americans.”Race and Social Problems. doi 10.1007/s12552-013-9109-7
Brothers, Kyle B., Daniel R. Morrison and Ellen W. Clayton. 2011. “Two Large-Scale Surveys on Community Attitudes Toward an Opt-Out Biobank.” American Journal of Medical Genetics. 155A: 2982-2990.
Morrison, Daniel R. and Monica J. Casper. 2012. “Intersections of Disability and Trauma studies: Lessons from TBI and Obstetric Fistula.” Disability Studies Quarterly. 32:2
Morrison, Daniel R. and Larry W. Isaac. 2012. “Insurgent Images: Genre Selection and Visual Frame Amplification in WWI Cartoon Art.” Social Movement Studies. 11:61-78.
Brown, Tyson H. and Taylor W. Hargrove. 2013. “Multidimensional Approaches to Examining Gender and Racial/Ethnic Stratification in Health.” Women, Gender, and Families of Color 1(2): 180-206.
Brown, Tony N., Katharine M. Donato, Mary Therese Laske, and Ebony Duncan. 2013. “Mental Health Status: The Importance of Race, Nativity, Ethnicity, and Cultural Influences.” Pp. 255-276 in Handbook of the Sociology of Mental Health, 2nd Edition, edited by C. Aneshensel and J. Phelan. New York: Plenum Press.
Campbell, C.K, A.M. Gomez, S. Dworkin, P.A. Wilson, K.K. Grisham, J. McReynolds, P. Vielehr, and C. Hoff. 2013. “Health, Trust, or “Just Understood”: Explicit and Implicit Condom Decision-Making Processes Among Black, White, and Interracial Same-Sex Male Couples.” Archives of Sexual Behavior 1-10.
Christie-Mizell, C. André, Whitney N. Laster, Helena E. Dagadu, and Stacye A. Blount. 2013. “The Use of Psychiatric Medication, Human Capital, and the Amplification of Mistrust.” Sociological Spectrum 34(3): Forthcoming.
Jensen, Gary and Jarrett Thibodeaux. 2013. “The Gang Problem: Fabricated Panics or Real Temporal Patterns?” Homicide Studies 17(3): 275-290.
Tsunokai, Glenn T., Allison R. McGrath, and Jillian K. Kavanagh. 2013. “Online Dating Preferences of Asian Americans.” Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 31(6): 796-814.
Coley, Jonathan and David Hess. 2012. “Green Energy Laws and Republican Legislators in the United States.” Energy Policy 48(1): 576-583.
Donato, Katharine M. and Blake Sisk. 2012. “Shifts in the Employment Outcomes among Mexican Migrants to the United States, 1976-2009.” Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 30(1): 63-77.
Isaac, Larry, Daniel Cornfield, Dennis Dickerson, James Lawson Jr., and Jonathan Coley. 2012. “Movement Schools and Dialogical Diffusion of Nonviolent Praxis: Nashville Workshops in the Southern Civil Rights Movement.” Research on Social Movements, Conflicts, and Change 34(1): 155-184.
Tsunokai, Glenn T., Allison R. McGrath, and Lurdes Hernandez-Hernandez. 2012. “Early Sexual Initiation and HIV Awareness among Asian American Adolescents.” Journal of Asian American Studies 15(3): 299-325.
Bishop, Jeffrey and Daniel R. Morrison. 2011. “The Roman Catholic Church, Biopolitics, and the Vegetative State.” Christian Bioethics 17(2): 165-184.
Christie-Mizell, C. André, Jacqueline M. Keil, Mary Therese Laske, and Jennifer Stewart. 2011. “Bullying Behavior, Parents’ Work Hours and Early Adolescents’ Perceptions of Time Spent With Parents.” Youth & Society 43: 1570-1595.
Donato, Katharine M., and Ebony Duncan. 2011. “Migration, Social Networks, and Child Health in Mexican Families,” Journal of Marriage and Family 73(4): 713-728.
Hampton, Lynn, and Ebony Duncan. 2011. “Identities and Inequalities: An Examination of the Role of Racial Identity in the Formation of Social Capital inside a Voluntary Youth Organization.” Social Identities 4 :477-500.
Morrison, Daniel R., and Mark J. Bliton. 2011. “Exploring Layers of Meaning with Deep Brain Stimulation Patients.” American Journal of Bioethics Neuroscience 2(1): 26-28.
Morrison, Daniel R., and Ellen Wright Clayton. 2011 “False Positive Newborn Screening Results Are Not Always Benign.” Public Health Genomics 14(3): 413-432.
Shaw, Samuel and Daniel M. Sullivan. 2011. “’White Night’: Gentrification, Racial Exclusion and Perceptions and Participation in the Arts.” City & Community 10(3): 241-64.
Sullivan, Daniel and Samuel Shaw. 2011. “Retail Gentrification and Race: The Case of Alberta Street in Portland, Oregon.” Urban Affairs Review 47(3): 413-32.
Tsunokai, Glenn T., and Allison R. McGrath. 2011. “The Web of Hate in the 21st Century.” Pp. 34-53 in Handbook of Research on Practices and Outcomes in Virtual Worlds and Environments, edited by H.H. Yang and S.C. Yuen. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
Tsunokai, Glenn T., and Allison R. McGrath. 2011. “Baby Boomers and Beyond: Crossing Boundaries in Search for Love.” Journal of Aging Studies 25(3): 285-294.
Earl, Jennifer, Katrina Kimport, Greg Prieto, Carly Rush, and Kimberly Reynoso. 2010. “Changing the World One Webpage at a time: Conceptualizing and Explaining ‘Internet Activism’.” Mobilization 15(4): 425-446.
Kettrey, Heather H. and Beth C. Emery. 2010. “Teen Magazines as Educational Texts on Dating Violence: The $2.99 Approach.” Violence Against Women 16(11): 1270-1294.
Casper, Monica J. and Dan Morrison. 2010. “Medical Sociology and Technology: Critical Engagements.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior 51: S120-S132.
Kelner, Shaul and George Sanders. 2009. “Beyond the Field Trip: Teaching Tourism through Tours.” Teaching Sociology 37 (2): 136-150.
Newman, Harmony D. and Emily Tanner-Smith. 2008. “Married Persons’ Subjective Class Identification: The Role of Individual Gender Ideologies from 1972 to 2002.” Gender Issues 25(2): 114-140.
Jensen, Gary F. and Ashley Thompson. 2008. “Out of the Broom Closet: The Social Ecology of American Wicca.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 47(4): 753-766.
McCammon, Holly J., Soma Chaudhuri, Lyndi Hewitt, Courtney Sanders Muse, Harmony D. Newman, Carrie Lee Smith, and Teresa M. Terrell. 2008. “Becoming Full Citizens: The U.S. Women’s Jury Rights Campaigns, the Pace of Reform, and Strategic Adaptation.” American Journal of Sociology 113: 1104-1148.
McCammon, Holly, Courtney Sanders Muse, Harmony D. Newman, and Teresa M. Terrell. 2007. “Movement Framing and Discursive Opportunity Structures: The Political Successes of the U.S. Women’s Jury Movements.” American Sociological Review 72: 725-749.
Tepper, Steven J. and Yang Gao. 2007. “Engaging Art: What Counts?”Pp. 17-47 in Engaging Art: The Next Great Transformation of America’s Cultural Life, edited by S.J. Tepper and B. Ivey. New York: Routledge.
Brown, Tony N., Emily E. Tanner-Smith, Chase L. Lesane-Brown, and Michael E. Ezell. 2007. “Child, Parent, and Situational Correlates of Familial Ethnic/Race Socialization.” Journal of Marriage and Family 69(1): 14-25.
Brown, Tony N., Koji Ueno, Carrie L. Smith, Noel S. Austin, and Len Bickman. 2007. “Communication Patterns in Medical Encounters for the Treatment of Child Psychosocial Problems: Does Pediatrician-Parent Concordance Matter?” Health Communications 21(3): 247-256.
Kettrey, Heather H. and B.C. Emery, 2006. “The Discourse of Sibling Violence.” Journal of Family Violence 21: 407-416.
Tanner-Smith, Emily E., Damian T. Williams, and Denise Nichols. 2006. “Selling Sex to Radio Program Directors: A Content Analysis of Radio and Records Magazine.” Sex Roles: A Journal of Research 54: 675-686.
Casper, Monica and Courtney Muse. 2006. “Genital Fixations: What’s Wrong with Treating Intersex in the Womb?” American Sexuality Magazine 3(4).
Casper, Monica and Heather Laine Talley. 2005. “Preface to the Special Issue: Ethnography and Disability Studies.” Journal of Contemporary Ethnography 34: 115-120.
Morrison, Daniel and Lori S. Franz. 2005. “Productivity in Higher Education: Random Acts of Progress Versus Planned Productivity Via Strategic Planning.” Pp. 14-22 in On Becoming a Productive University: Strategies for Reducing Costs and Increasing Quality in Higher Education, edited by J.E. Groccia and J.E. Miller. Bolton, MA: Anker.
Lee, Steve and Richard Peterson. 2004. “Internet-Based Virtual Music Scenes: The Case of P2 in Alt. Country Music.” Pp. 187-204 in Music Scenes: Local, Translocal and Virtual, edited by R. Peterson. Nashville: Vanderbilt University Press.
Hewitt, Lyndi and Holly J. McCammon. 2004. “Explaining Suffrage Mobilization: Balance, Neutralization, and Range in Collective Action Frames, 1892-1919.” Mobilization 9(2): 149-166.
McCammon, Holly, Lyndi Hewitt and Sandy Smith. 2004. “No Weapon Save Argument: Strategic Frame Amplification in the U.S. Woman Suffrage Movements.” The Sociological Quarterly 45(3): 529-556.
Gove, Walter R. and Charles Wilmoth. 2004. “The Neurophysiologic High that Would Appear to Positively Reinforce Criminal Behavior.” Pp. In Encyclopedia of Criminology and Deviant Behavior, edited by C. Bryant. Taylor and Francis.
Gove, Walter R. and Michael Hughes. 2004. “The Laws Regulating the Civil Commitment and Treatment of the Mentally Ill.” Pp. in Encyclopedia of Criminology and Deviant Behavior, edited by C. Bryant. Taylor and Francis.
Dodoo, F. Nii-Amoo, Melissa Sloan, & Eliya M. Zulu. 2003. “Space, Context, and Hardship: Socializing Children into Sexual Activity in Kenyan Slums.” Pp. 147-160 in Reproduction and Social Context in Sub-Saharan Africa: A Collection of Micro-Demographic Studies, edited by S. Agyei-Mensah and J.B. Casterline. Westport, CT: Greenwood Press.
L.J. Griffin and A.B. Thompson. 2003. “Enough About the Disappearing South, What about the Disappearing Southerner?” Southern Cultures 9(3):51-65.
L.J. Griffin and A.B. Thompson. 2002. “Collective Memory, Identity, and Representation in/of Appalachia and the South.” Appalachian Journal 29(3):296-327.
L.J. Griffin and M. Tempenis. 2002. “Class, Multiculturalism, and the American Quarterly.” American Quarterly 54(1): 65-97.
McCammon, Holly J., Karen E. Campbell, Ellen M. Granberg, and Christine Mowery. 2002. “How Movements Win: Gendered Opportunity Structures and the State Women’s Suffrage Movements, 1866-1919.” American Sociological Review.
Thoits, Peggy A. and Lyndi N. Hewitt. 2001. “Volunteer Work and Well-Being.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior.
Peterson, Richard A. and Carrie Y. Lee. 2000. “Re-Creation Indicator.” Pp. 319-344 in Calvert-Henderson Quality of Life Indicators: A New Tool for Assessing National Trends, edited by H. Henderson, J, Lickerman and P. Flynn. Bethesda, MD.
Sandberg, Joanne C. and Daniel B. Cornfield. 2000. “Returning to Work: The Impact of Gender, Family, and Work on Terminating a Family or Medical Leave.” Pp. 161-184 in Work and Family: Research Informing Policy, edited by T.L. Parcel and D.B. Cornfield. Sage Publications.
Thoits, Peggy A., Ann A. Hohmann, Mary R. Harvey, and Bill Fletcher. 2000. “Similar-Other Support for Men Undergoing Coronary Artery Bypass Surgery.” Health Psychology 19:264-273.