Nov. 6, 2019—Prof. Lijun Song published with Feng Hao of the University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee, in Chinese Sociological Review: “Environmental Concern in China: A Multilevel Analysis”
Nov. 6, 2019—Prof. Josh Murray published with grad student Megan L. Jordan in Class, Race and Corporate Power: “Sources of Continued Corporate Dominance“
Nov. 6, 2019—Prof. Richard Pitt publishes with Patrick Washington of the University of Illinois at Chicago, in Review of Religous Research: “Differences Between Founder-Led and Non-Founder-Led Congregations: A Research Note”
Nov. 1, 2019—2019. Holly J. McCammon and Amanda J. Brockman. “Feminist Institutional Activists: Venue Shifting, Strategic Adaptation, and Winning the Pregnancy Discrimination Act.” Sociological Forum 34:5-26.
Oct. 11, 2019—Frenette, Alexandre. 2019. Leveraging Youth: Overcoming Intergenerational Tensions in Creative Production. Social Psychology Quarterly. https://doi.org/10.1177/0190272519871297
Prof. Bianca Manago receives the 2019 ASA Section on the Sociology of Mental Health’s Dissertation Award
Sep. 25, 2019—2019: Bianca Manago, Indiana University, “The Role of Mental Health Labels in Stigma and Status Processes” receives the 2019 ASA Section on the Sociology of Mental Health’s Dissertation Award.
Sep. 24, 2019—Graduate student Philip Pettis was presented with the Martin Levine Student Paper Award at the Sociologists’ AIDS Network (SAN) meeting during the American Sociological Association (ASA) annual meeting of 2019. Pettis’s paper is titled “An Examination of the Role of State-Level Contextual Factors on HIV Infection Rates: The Case of Men Who Have Sex with...
Sep. 24, 2019—Prof. Josh Murray writes about the UAW strike for The Conversation.
Prof. Dan Cornfield commented on the social and political implications of the UAW-GM strike in Politico and on NBC News Now.
Sep. 18, 2019—Prof. Dan Cornfield commented on the social and political implications of the UAW-GM strike in Politico and on NBC News Now.
Aug. 12, 2019—Wrecked: How the American Automobile Industry Destroyed Its Capacity to Compete By: Josh Murray, Michael Schwartz At its peak in the 1950s and 1960s, automobile manufacturing was the largest, most profitable industry in the United States and residents of industry hubs like Detroit and Flint, Michigan had some of the highest incomes in the country....