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Faculty Publications

Forthcoming

Boutcher, Steven and Holly J. McCammon. Forthcoming. “Social Movements and Litigation.” The Wiley Blackwell Companion to Social Movements. Malden, MA: John Wiley & Sons Limited.

Christie-Mizell, C. André, Ryan D. Talbert, Ashleigh R. Hope, Cleothia G. Frazier, and Brittany N. Hearne. Forthcoming. “Depression and African Americans in the First Decade of Midlife: The Consequences of Social Roles and Gender.” Journal of National Medical Association.

Davis, Jenny, Carla Goar, Bianca Manago, and Bobbi Reidinger. Forthcoming. “Distribution and Disavowal: Managing the Parental Stigma of Children’s Weight and Weight Loss.” Social Science and Medicine.

Erving, Christy L., Courtney S. Thomas, and Cleothia Frazier. Forthcoming. “Is the Black-White Mental Health Paradox Consistent Across Gender and Psychiatric Disorders?” American Journal of Epidemiology

Frenette, Alexandre & Richard E. Ocejo. Forthcoming. Sustaining enchantment: How cultural workers manage precariousness and routine. Research in the Sociology of Work.

Frenette, Alexandre. Forthcoming. The intern economy. Princeton University Press.

Hansen H. and Metzl JM, eds. Forthcoming. Disparate Care at the Interface of Structural Competencies. New York: Springer

Heerwig, Jennifer and Joshua Murray. Forthcoming. “The Political Strategies and Unity of the American Corporate Inner Circle: Evidence from Political Donations, 1982-2000.” Social Problems.

Kelner, Shaul. Forthcoming. “À la rencontre des juifs de l’autre côté du rideau de fer : récits de voyage de juifs américains et représentation du judaïsme en Union soviétique” (“Encountering Jews on the other Side of the Iron Curtain: The Representation of Soviet Judaism in American Jewish Travel Writing”), in Andreas Nijenhuis-Bescher, ed., Frontières et altérité religieuse : La religion dans le récit de voyage. Rennes, France: Presses Universitaires De Rennes.

Kelner, Shaul. Forthcoming 2019. “Foreign Tourists, Domestic Encounters: Human Rights Travel to Soviet Jewish Homes,” in Sune Bechmann Pedersen and Christian Noack, eds. Tourism and Travel during the Cold War: Negotiating Tourist Experiences across the Iron Curtain, London: Routledge.

Kelner, Shaul. Forthcoming 2019. “People-to-People: Cleveland’s Jewish Community and the Exodus of Soviet Jews,” in John Grabowski and Sean Martin, eds., The Jews of Cleveland: Tradition and Temptation in the Urban Midwest. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.

Kelner, Shaul. Forthcoming 2019.  “Where is the Next Soviet Jewry Movement? How Jewish Educators Can Avoid the Trap of Jewish Identity,” in Jon Levisohn and Ari Y. Kelman, eds., Beyond Jewish Identity. Brighton, MA: Academic Studies Press.

Lloyd, Richard. Forthcoming. “Institutionalizing the New Bohemia” in Laurie Hanquinet and Mike Savage, eds. Handbook of the Sociology of Art and Culture New York: Routledge.

McCammon, Holly J., and Amanda Brockman. Forthcoming. “Feminist Institutional Activists: Venue Shifting, Strategic Adaptation, and Winning the Pregnancy Discrimination Act.” Sociological Forum

McKane, Rachel and Holly J. McCammon. Forthcoming. “Why We March: The Role of Grievances, Threats, and Movement Organizational Resources in the 2017 Women’s Marches.” Mobilization

Metzl, JM, ed. Forthcoming. What Guns Mean: The Symbolic Lives of Firearms. Special Issue, Palgrave Communications.

Metzl, JM. Forthcoming. Dying of Whiteness: Trigger Warnings from the American Heartland. New York: Basic Books. March 2019.

Pitt, Richard N., and Lin Zhu. Forthcoming. “The Relationship Between College Major Prestige/Status and Post-Baccalaureate Outcomes” Sociological Perspectives.

Pitt, Richard N., Whitney Pirtle, and Ashley Metzger. Forthcoming. “Academic Specialization, Double Majoring, and the Threat to Breadth in Academic Knowledge” Journal of General Education.

Snow, David A., Sarah A. Soule, Hanspeter Kriesi, and Holly J. McCammon. Forthcoming. “Introduction: Mapping and Opening Up the Terrain.” The Wiley Blackwell Companion to Social Movements. Malden, MA: John Wiley & Sons Limited.

Snow, David A., Sarah Soule, Hanspeter Kriesi, and Holly J. McCammon, editors. Forthcoming. The Wiley Blackwell Companion to Social Movements. John Wiley & Sons Limited

Trotter, LaTonya. Forthcoming. “I’m not a doctor; I’m a nurse: Reparative boundary-work in nurse practitioner education.” Social Currents.

Tzankova, Z. and D. Vallano. Forthcoming. “Leveraging the Endangered Species Act to address agricultural nutrient pollution: Chesapeake Bay Atlantic sturgeon as a test case.”

Tzankova, Z. Forthcoming. “The conservation performance of private regulation: supermarkets and the development of market-based environmental governance in fisheries and aquaculture.”

2018

Banaszak, Lee Ann and Holly J. McCammon. 2018. “Epilogue: Women’s Activism from Electoral Campaigns to Protest Action: Into the Next 100 Years.” 100 Years of the Nineteenth Amendment: An Appraisal of Women’s Political Activism. New York: Oxford University Press.

Cornfield, Daniel, Jonathan Coley, Larry Isaac, and Dennis Dickerson. 2018. “Occupational Activism and Race Desegregation at Work: Activist Careers after the Nonviolent Nashville Civil Rights Movement.” Research in Sociology of Work Volume 32: Forthcoming

Cornfield, Daniel, Jonathan S. Coley, Larry W. Isaac, and Dennis C. Dickerson. 2018. “Occupational Activism and Race Desegregation at Work: Activist Careers after the Nonviolent Nashville Civil Rights Movement.” Accepted for publication and forthcoming in Research in the Sociology of Work, vol. 32, special issue on “Race and Work,” edited by Ethel Mickey and Adia Wingfield. Emerald Publishing.

Erving, Christy L. 2018. “Ethnic and Nativity Differences in the Social Support-Physical Health Association among Black Americans.” Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health 20(1): 124-139.

Erving, Christy L. 2018. “Physical-Psychiatric Comorbidity: Patterns and Explanations for Ethnic Group Differences.” Ethnicity & Health 23(6): 583-610.

Erving, Christy L. and Amy Irby-Shasanmi. 2018. “The Effects of Support Exchanges on the Psychological Well-Being of Volunteers.” Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare 45(3):17-38.

Erving, Christy L. and Courtney S. Thomas. 2018. “Race, Emotional Reliance, and Mental Health.” Society and Mental Health 8(1): 69-83.

Greiner, Patrick Trent, and McGee Julius Alexander. 2018. “Divergent Pathways on the Road to Sustainability: A Multilevel Model of the Effects of Geopolitical Power on the Relationship between Economic Growth and Environmental Quality.” Socius 4: http://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/2378023117749381.

Greiner, Patrick Trent, Richard York, and Julius Alexander McGee. 2018. “Snakes In the Greenhouse: Does Increased Natural Gas Use in The Electricity Sector Reduce CO2 Emissions from Electricity Production”. Energy Research and Social Science 38: 53-57

Hearne, Brittany N. and C. André Christie-Mizell. 2018. “Educational Attainment in Young Adulthood, Depressive Symptoms, and Race-ethnicity: The Long-reach of Parenting Styles in Adolescence.” Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare. 45:91-118.

Hearne, Brittany N. and Holly J. McCammon. 2018. “Black Women Cause Lawyers: Legal Activism in Pursuit of Racial and Gender Equality.” 100 Years of the Nineteenth Amendment: An Appraisal of Women’s Political Activism. New York: Oxford University Press.

Heerwig, Jennifer and Joshua Murray. 2018. “The Corporate Outer Circle Goes to Washington: Trump and the Divided Politics of the Corporate Elite.” Public Seminar. www.publicseminar.org: June 7.

Heerwig, Jennifer and Joshua Murray. 2018. “The Political Strategies and Unity of the American Corporate Inner Circle: Evidence from Political Donations, 1982-2000.” Social Problems, spy014. https://doi.org/10.1093/socpro/spy014

Hess, David J. 2018. “Energy Justice and the Politics of Energy Transitions: Coalitions, Social Movements, and the Emergence of Energy Democracy.” Energy Research and Social Science 40: 177-189.

Hess, David J. and Brandi Collins. 2018. “Climate Change and Higher Education: Assessing and Improving the College Core.” Journal of Cleaner Production 170: 1451-1458. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jclepro.2017.09.215.

Hess, David J. and Kate Pride Brown. 2018. “Water and the Politics of Sustainability Transitions: From Regime Actor Conflicts to System Governance Organizations.” Journal of Environmental Policy and Planning 20(2): 128-142. 10.1080/1523908X.2017.1341304.

Hess, David J., Quan D. Mai, Rachel Skaggs, and Magdalena Sudibjo. 2018. “Local Matters: Political Opportunities, Spatial Scale, and Support for Green Jobs Policies.” Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 26:158-170.

Isaac, Larry. 2018. “Performative Power in Nonviolent Tactical Adaptation to Violence: Evidence from U.S. Civil Rights Movement Campaigns.” Chapter 4 in Nonviolent Resistance and the State, edited by Hank Johnston. London: Routledge. Forthcoming.

Jacobs, Anna W. and Larry W. Isaac. 2018. “Gender Composition in Contentious Collective Action: ‘Girl Strikers’ in Gilded Age America—Harmful, Helpful, or Both?” Social Science History: Forthcoming.

Kelner, Shaul. 2018. “The American Soviet Jewry Movement’s ‘Uneventful’ 1968: Cold War Liberalism, Human Interest and the Politics of the Long Haul.” American Jewish History 102(1), 5-35. [DOI:10.1353/ajh.2018.0002]

Manago, Bianca, Bernice Pescosolido, and Sigrún Ólafsdóttir. 2018. “Icelandic inclusion, German hesitation, and United States’ fear: A cross cultural comparison of mental health stigma and the media.” Scandinavian Journal of Public Health.

Manago, Bianca, Jane Sell, and Carla Goar. 2018. “Groups, Inequality, and Synergy.” Social Forces.

McCammon, Holly J. and Lee Ann Banaszak, editors. 2018. 100 Years of the Nineteenth Amendment: An Appraisal of Women’s Political Activism. Oxford University Press.

McCammon, Holly J. and Lee Ann Banaszak. 2018. “Introduction: From the Nineteenth Amendment to Today: An Appraisal of 100 Years of Women’s Political Engagement.” 100 Years of the Nineteenth Amendment: An Appraisal of Women’s Political Activism. New York: Oxford University Press.

McCammon, Holly J., Allison McGrath, David Hess, and Minyoung Moon. 2018. “Women, Leadership, and the U.S. Environmental Movement.” 100 Years of the Nineteenth Amendment: An Appraisal of Women’s Political Activism. New York: Oxford University Press.

McCammon, Holly J., Allison McGrath, David J. Hess, and Minyoung Moon. 2018. “Women, Leadership, and the U.S. Environmental Movement.” In Holly J. McCammon and Lee Ann Banaszak (eds.), 100 Years of the Nineteenth Amendment: An Appraisal of Women’s Political Activism. Oxford University Press.

McCammon, Holly J., Brittany N. Hearne, Allison R. McGrath, and Minyoung Moon. 2018. “Legal Mobilization and Analogical Legal Framing: Feminist Litigators’ Use of Race-Gender Analogies.” Law & Policy 40:57-78.

McGee, Julius Alexander and Patrick Trent Greiner. 2018. “Can Reducing Income Inequality Decouple Economic Growth From CO2 Emissions?” Socius.

McKane, Rachel G., Lacee Satcher, Stacey L. Houston II, and David J. Hess. 2018. “Race, Class, and Space: An Intersectional Approach to Environmental Justice in New York City.” Environmental Sociology 4(1): 71-92.

Metzl, JM & Hansen, H., eds. 2018. “Viewpoints Special Edition: Structural Competency in Psychiatry.” JAMA Psychiatry.

Metzl, JM and Hansen, H. 2018. “Structural Competency and Psychiatry.” JAMA Psychiatry. Feb: 1;75(2): 115-116. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/29261822.

Metzl, JM, ed. 2018. The Future of Gun Research: Special Collection of the Social Sciene Research Council (SRRC) Items Series. https://items.ssrc.org/social-science-and -the-future-of gun-research/?platform=hootsuite.

Metzl, JM, Petty, JP, & Olowojobab, OV. 2018. “Using a structural competency framework to teach structural racism in pre-health education.” Social Science and Medicine. Feb. 199: 189-201. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0277953617303982.

Metzl, JM. 2018. “Repeal the Dickey Amendment to Address Polarization Surrounding Firearms in the United States.” American Journal of Public Health. 108(7): 864-65, July. https://ajph.aphapublications.org/doi/full/10.2105/AJPH.2018.304461.

Mize, Trenton D. and Bianca Manago. 2018. “Precarious Sexuality: How Men and Women are Differentially Categorized and Evaluated for Similar Sexual Behavior.” American Sociological Review. 83(2): 305-330.

Mize, Trenton D. and Bianca Manago. 2018. “The Stereotype Content of Sexual Orientation.” Social Currents.

Sana, Mariano. 2018. “Binational Migration Surveys: Representativeness, Standardization, and the Ethnosurvey Model.” Forthcoming in Steven J. Gold, Stephanie J. Nawyn (eds.): The Routledge International Handbook of Migration Studies, second edition.

Song, Lijun and Philip J. Pettis. 2018. “Does Whom You Know in the Status Hierarchy Prevent or Trigger Health Limitation? Institutional Embeddedness of Social Capital and Social Cost Theories in Three Societies.” Social Science & Medicine. doi: https://doi.org/10.1016/j.socscimed.2018.09.035

Song, Lijun, Cleothia Frazier, and Philip J. Pettis. 2018. “Do Network Members’ Resources Generate Health Inequality? Social Capital Theory and Beyond.” Pp. 233-253 in Elgar Companion to Social Capital and Health, edited by S. Folland and E. Nauenberg. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar Ltd.

Sykes, Bryan L., Ernest Chavez, and Evelyn Patterson. 2018. “Public Health Effects of Incarceration.” In Oxford Bibliographies in Criminology, edited by Beth M. Huebner. New York, NY: Oxford University Press. DOI: 10.1093/OBO/9780195396607-0234.

Weinreb, Alexander, Mariano Sana, and Guy Stecklov. 2018. “Strangers in the Field: A Methodological Experiment on Interviewer-Respondent Familiarity.” Forthcoming in Bulletin of Sociological Methodology/Bulletin de Méthodologie Sociologique.

Woods, Laurie. 2018. Guns: An American Obsession (publication pending)

2017

Christie-Mizell, C. André, Erika T. A. Leslie, and Brittany N. Hearne. 2017. “Self-Rated Health, Discrimination, and Racial Group Identity: the Consequences of Ethnicity and Nativity among Black Americans.” Journal of African American Studies, 21:643–66.

Donald, Cameron A. MS, DasGupta, Satantani MD, MPH, Metzl, Jonathan M. MD, PhD, and Eckstrand, Kristen L. MD, PhD. 2017. “Queer Frontiers in Medicine: A Structural Competency Approach.” Academic Medicine. 92(3): 345-350. March. http://journals.lww.com/scademicmedicine/Abstract/publishahead/Queer_Frontiers_in_Medicine___A_Structural.98310.aspx.

Erving, Christy L. 2017. “Physical-Psychiatric Comorbidity: Implications for Health Measurement and the Hispanic Epidemiological Paradox.” Social Science Research 64:197-213.

Frenette, Alexandre. (Ed.). 2017. “Arts graduates in a changing economy.” American Behavioral Scientist 61(12).

Frenette, Alexandre. 2017. “Arts graduates in a changing economy.” American Behavioral Scientist 61(12), 1455-1462.

Frenette, Alexandre. 2017. “The rise of creative placemaking: Cross-sector collaboration as cultural policy in the US.” Journal of Arts Management, Law, and Society 47(5), 333-345.

Hansen, H. & Metzl, JM, eds. 2017. “Academic Medicine Special Scetion: Structural Competency in Medical Education.” Academic Medicine March 92(3): https://journals.lww.com/academicmedicine/Fulltext/2017/03000/New_Medicine_for_the_U_S__Health_Care_System__.13.aspx

Hansen, H., and Metzl, JM. “New Medicine for the U.S. Health Care System: Training Physicians for Structural Interventions” Academic Medicine. 92(3): 279-281, March. file:///C:/Users/metzljm/Downloads/New_Medicine_for_the_U_S__Health_Care_System__.98295%20(1).pdf

Hess, David J. and Kate Pride Brown. 2017. “Green Tea: Clean-Energy Conservatism as a Countermovement.” Environmental Sociology 3(1): 64-75. DOI 10.1080/23251042.2016.1227417.

Hess, David J. and Rachel G. McKane. 2017. “Renewable Energy Research and Development: A Political Economy Perspective.” In David Tyfield, Rebecca Lave, Samuel Randalls, and Charles Thorpe, eds. Routledge Handbook of the Political Economy of Science. Pp. 275-288.

Hess, David J., Christopher A. Wold, Scott C. Worland, and George M. Hornberger. 2017. “Measuring Urban Water Conservation Policies: Toward a Comprehensive Index.” Journal of the American Water Resources Association. 53(2): 442-455. 10.1111/1752-1688.12506.

Hess, David J., Sulfikar Amir, Scott Frickel, Daniel Lee Kleinman, Kelly Moore, and Logan Williams. 2017. “Structural Inequality and the Politics of Science and Technology.” In Rayvon Fouché, Clarke Miller, Laurel Smith-Doerr, and Ulrike Felte (eds.), Handbook of Science and Technology Studies. MIT Press. Pp. 319-347.

Hill, Terrence D., C. André Christie-Mizell, Preeti Vaghela, Krysia N. Mossakowski, and Robert J. Johnson. 2017. “Do Religious Struggles Mediate the Association between Day-to-Day Discrimination and Depressive Symptoms?” Religions 8(8): 134; doi: 10.3390/rel8080134

Lipold, Paul F. and Larry Isaac. 2017. “Deadly Picket-Lines in U.S. Labor History.” International Union Rights 24(2): 20-28.

Manago, Bianca, Jenny Davis, Carla Goar. 2017. “Discourse in Action: Parents’ use of Medical and Social Models to Resist Disability Stigma.” Social Science and Medicine. 184: 169–177.

Martin, N. D. & Alexandre Frenette. 2017. “Lost in transition: College resources and the unequal early-career trajectories of arts alumni.” American Behavioral Scientist 61(12), 1487-1509.

McCammon, Holly J. and Brittany N. Hearne. 2017. “U.S. Women’s Legal Activism in the Judicial Arena.” In The Oxford Handbook of U.S. Women’s Social Movement Activism, edited by Holly J. McCammon, Verta Taylor, Jo Reger, and Rachel Einwohner. New York: Oxford University Press.

McCammon, Holly J., Allison R. McGrath, Ashley Dixon, and Megan Robinson. 2017. “Targeting Culture: Feminist Legal Activists and Critical Community Tactics.” Research in Social Movements, Conflict and Change 41:243-78.

McCammon, Holly J., Verta Taylor, Jo Reger, and Rachel Einwohner, editors. 2017. The Oxford Handbook of U.S. Women’s Social Movement Activism. Oxford University Press.

McCammon, Holly J., Verta Taylor, Jo Reger, and Rachel L. Einwohner. 2017. “Introduction: The Long History of Women’s Social Movement Activism in the United States.” In The Oxford Handbook of U.S. Women’s Social Movement Activism, edited by Holly J. McCammon, Verta Taylor, Jo Reger, and Rachel Einwohner. New York: Oxford University Press.

McGee, Julius Alexander, Christina Ergas, Patrick Trent Greiner, Matthew Thomas Clement. 2017. “How do Slums Change the Relationship between Urbanization and the Carbon Intensity of Well-Being?” PLoS ONE 12: https://doi.org/10.1371/journal.pone.0189024

Metzl, JM. 2017. “Integrating Structural Competency Into an Innovative Pre-Health Cirriculum at Vanderbilt University.” Academic Medicine. 92(3):354-359, March. http://journals.lww.com/academicmedicine/Abstract/publishahead/Integrating_and_Assessing_Structural_Competency_in.98327.aspx.

Murray, Joshua and Michael Schwartz. 2017. “Collateral Damage: How Capital’s War on Labor Killed Detroit,” Catalyst: A Journal of Theory and Strategy, 1(1):117-150.

Murray, Joshua and Michael Schwartz. 2017. “The Dialectics of Class Conflict in the Auto Industry: Management by Stress and the Activation of Structural Leverage.” Catalyst: A Journal of Theory and Strategy, 1(3): 151-168.

Murray, Joshua. 2017. “Interlock Globally, Act Domestically: Corporate Political Unity in the 21st Century.” American Journal of Sociology, 122(6): 1617-1663.

Patterson, Evelyn J. 2017. “The Strategies, Complexities, and Realities of Zero Prison Population Growth.” Social Sciences 6(60). http://www.mdpi.com/2076-0760/6/2/60.

Pescosolido, Bernice A. and Bianca Manago. 2017. “From Contact to Social Support to Social Networks: Understanding the Role of Social Relationships to Stigma.” The Oxford Handbook of Stigma, Discrimination, and Health edited by Bruce Link, Brenda Major, and Jack Dovidio. Oxford University Press.

Petty JP, Metzl JM, & Keys M. 2017. “Developing and Evaluating an Innovative Structural Competency Curriculum for Pre-Health Students. Journal of Medical Humanities. 38: 459, doi: 10.1007/s10912-017-9449-1. https://link.springet.com/article/10.1007/s10912-017-9449-1

Pride-Brown, Kate and David J. Hess. 2017. “The Politics of Water Conservation: Identifying and Overcoming Political Barriers to Successful Policies.” Water Policy 19(2): 304-321. 10.2166/wp.2016.089.

Skaggs, R., Alexandre Frenette, S. Gaskill, & A.L. Miller. 2017. Career skills and entrepreneurship training for artists: Results of the 2015 SNAAP survey module. Bloomington, IN: Center for Postsecondary Research, Indiana University, School of Education.

Song, Lijun, Philip J. Pettis, and Bhumika Piya. 2017. “Does Your Body Know Who You Know? Multiple Roles of Network Members’ Socioeconomic Status for Body Weight Ratings.” Sociological Perspectives 66(6): 997-1018. Editor’s Pick.

Song, Lijun, Rachel Skaggs, and Cleothia Frazier. 2017. “Educational Homogamy.” Pp.108-124 in Handbook on the Family and Marriage in China, edited by Xiaowei Zang and Lucy Xia Zhao. Cheltenham, UK: Edward Elgar.

Sovacool, Benjamin and David J. Hess. 2017. “Ordering Theories: Taxonomies, Typologies, and Conceptual Frameworks for Technology and Society.” Social Studies of Science 47(5): 703-750.

Trotter, LaTonya. Making A Career: Reproducing Gender within a Predominately Female Profession. Gender & Society, Vol. 31, No. 4, August 2017. Awarded the Arlene Kaplan Daniels Paper Award by the Society for the Study of Social Problems.

Turner, R. Jay, Tony N. Brown, and William Beardall Hale. 2017. “Race, Socioeconomic Status, and Physical Health: A Descriptive Analysis.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior 58(1): 23-36.

Yin, Zhijun, Lijun Song, and Bradley A. Malin. 2017. “Reciprocity and Its Association with Treatment Adherence in an Online Breast Cancer Forum.” The 30th IEEE (Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers) International Symposium on Computer-Based Medical Systems (IEEE CBMS), Thessaloniki, Greece.

Zuberi, Tukufu, Evelyn J. Patterson, and Quincy Thomas Stewart. 2017. “Race, methodology, and social construction in the genomic era.” Revista brasileira de ciências criminais 135 (2017): 563-596.

2016

Andrews, L, and Metzl JM. 2016. “Reading the image of race: Neurocriminology,medical imaging technologies, and literary intervention.” In Edinburgh Companion to the Critical Medical Humanities. Edinburgh: Edinburgh University Press. Pp. 242-259.

Brown, Tony N. and Evelyn J. Patterson. “Criminal injustice: Wounds from incarceration that never heal.” The Conversation. Posted June 28, 2016.  Reprented in Arts & Opinion, Volume 15, Issue 5 (Posted 2016) Reprinted in The New Republic (Posted 2016)

Brown, Tony, Mary L. Bell, and Evelyn J. Patterson. 2016. “Imprisoned by and Freed from Empathy: Familial Incarceration and Psychological Distress among African American Men in the National Survey of American Life.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior 57(2): 240-256. ASA Award for Best Publication in Mental Health, 2018

Cornfield, Daniel. “Randy Hodson, Agent of a New Sociology of Work: Remembrance, Reflection, and Celebration.” Pp. xvii – xxv in Lisa A. Keister and Vincent J. Roscigno (eds.), A Gedenkschrift to Randy Hodson: Working with Dignity, Research in the Sociology of Work, vol. 28. Emerald Publishing, 2016.

Davis, Jenny and Bianca Manago. 2016.  “Motherhood and Associative Moral Stigma: The Moral Double Bind.” Stigma and Health. (1)2: 72–86.

Drevno, A., D. Press, and Z. Tzankova. 2016. “California’s Central Coast Conditional Agricultural Waiver Program,” in Tomitch, Brodt, & Dahlgren, eds. The California Nitrogen Assessment Challenges and Solutions for People, Agriculture, and the Environment. University of California Press.

Erving, Christy L. 2016. “Health across Diverse Communities of Color.” Pp. 149-158 in People of Color in the United States: Contemporary Issues in Education, Work, Communities, Health, and Immigration, Volume 3: Health And Wellness, edited by Valire Carr Copeland.

Frenette, Alexandre, A.L Miller, N.D. Martin, S. Gaskill, & S.J. Tepper. 2016. Institutional connections, resources, and working across disciplines: What arts alumni are saying. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University and Arizona State University, Strategic National Arts Alumni Project.

Frenette, Alexandre. & S.J. Tepper. 2016. “What difference does it make? Assessing the effects of arts-based training on career pathways.” In R. Comunian & A. Gilmore (Eds.), Higher education and the creative economy: Beyond the campus (pp. 83-101). New York: Routledge.

Frenette, Alexandre. 2016. ‘Working at the candy factory’: The limits of nonmonetary rewards in record industry careers. In B.J. Hracs, M. Seman, & T. Virani (Eds.), The production and consumption of music in the digital age (pp. 85-98). New York: Routledge.

Goar, Carla, Jenny Davis, and Bianca Manago. 2016. “Discursive Entwinement: How White Transracially Adoptive Parents Navigate Race.” Sociology of Race and Ethnicity. 3(3): 338–354.

Greiner, Patrick Trent. 2016. “Social Drivers of Water Utility Privatization in the United States: An examination of the presence of variegated neoliberal strategies in the water utility sector” Rural Sociology 81, no. 3: 387-406. (Recipient of the 2016 William R. Freudenburg Graduate Student Publication Award, Rural Sociological Society; Recipient of the 2016 Graduate Student Publication Award, Department of Sociology, University of Oregon).

Hansen H, and Metzl JM. 2016. “Structural Competency in the U.S. Healthcare Crisis: Putting Social and Policy Interventions Into Clinical Practice.” Journal of Bioethical Inquiry. (5): 1-5. http://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s11673-016-9719-z?wt_mc=Internal.Event.1.SEM.ArticleAuthorOnlineFirst

Hansen, H & Metzl, JM, eds. 2016. “Journal of Bioethical Inquiry Special Issue: Structural Competency in the U.S. Healthcare Crisis: Putting Social and Policy Interventions Into Clinical Practice.” J Bioeth Inq. May: hhtps;//structuralcompetency.org/2016/06/20/journal-of-bioethical-inquiry-structural-competency-special-issue/

Hernández, D., D. Vallano, E. Zavaleta, J. Pasari, Z. Tzankova, S. Weiss, P. Selmants, C. Morozumi, P. Koch. 2016. “Nitrogen Pollution Is Linked to US Listed Species Declines.” BioScience, 66(3): 213-222.

Hess, David J. 2016. “The Politics of Niche-Regime Conflicts: Distributed Solar Energy in the United States.” Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 19: 42-50. 10.1016/j.eist.2015.09.002.

Hess, David J. 2016. 2016. “Social Movements, Civil Society, and Sustainability Politics.” In Steven Moore (ed.), Pragmatic Sustainability: Theoretical and Practical Tools. Second edition. MIT Press. Revised and updated version of article originally published in 2010.

Hess, David J., Christopher A. Wold, Elise Hunter, John Nay, Scott Worland, Jonathan Gilligan, and George M. Hornberger. 2016. “Drought, Risk, and Institutional Politics in the American Southwest.” Sociological Forum 31(S1): 807-827. 10.1111/socf.12274. Open access.

Hess, David J., Quan D. Mai, and Kate Pride Brown. 2016. “Red States, Green Laws: Ideology and Renewable Energy Legislation in the United States.” Energy Research and Social Science 11: 19-28.

Hess, David. 2016. Undone Science: Social Movements, Mobilized Publics, and Industrial Transitions. MIT Press.

Isaac, Larry, Jonathan Coley, Daniel Cornfield, and Dennis Dickerson. 2016. “Preparation Pathways and Movement Participation: Insurgent Schooling and Nonviolent Direct Action in the Nashville Civil Rights Movement.” Mobilization 21 (July), 2: 155-176.

Isaac, Larry, Jonathan Coley, Daniel Cornfield, and Dennis Dickerson. 2016. “Preparation Pathways and Movement Participation: Insurgent Schooling and Nonviolent Direct Action in the Nashville Civil Rights Movement.” Mobilization 21 (2): 155-176.

Kelner, Shaul. 2016. “Jews in the United States.” The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Race, Ethnicity and Nationalism. Eds. John Stone, Xiaoshuo Hou, Rutledge Dennis, Polly Rizova, and Anthony Smith. Malden, MA and Oxford, UK: John Wiley & Sons Ltd. 4 pp. (http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1002/9781118663202.wberen606/pdf).

Kelner, Shaul. 2016. “Model-Driven or Market-Driven? A Lesson from Birthright Israel,” in Lawrence A. Hoffman, ed., More than Managing: The Relentless Pursuit of Effective Jewish Leadership. Nashville and New York: Jewish Lights. Pp. 195-198.

Kelner, Shaul. 2016. “Veneration and Critique: Israel, the Sociology of American Judaism and the Problematics of Sovereignty.” Jewish Studies Quarterly 23, 194–221. [DOI 10.1628/094457016X14805817132338]

Lamprou, Anna and David J. Hess. 2016. 2016. “Finding Political Opportunities: Civil Society, Industrial Power, and the Governance of Nanotechnology in the European Union.” Engaging Science, Technology, and Society 2: 35-54.

Metzl JM, McLelland S, and Bergner E. 2016. “Conflations of Marital Status and Sanity: Implicit Heterosexist Bias in Psychiatric Diagnosis in Physician-Dictated Charts at a Midwestern Medical Center.” Yale Journal of Biol Med. June. 89(2): 247-254. http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4918875/?report=classic

Metzl JM. 2016. “Well-Being and Being Safe: Do Guns Change Social Interactions?” in D. Harward, ed., Well-Being and Higher Education: A Strategy for Change and the Realization of Education’s Greater Purposes. AAC&U Press.

Metzl, JM. 2016. “Living and Dying in Mental Health: Guns, Race, and the Politics of Schozophrenic Violence.” In Clara Han and Veena Das, eds., Anthropology of Living and Dying in the Contemporary World. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. http://portal.criticalimpact.com/go/1/bfcb64a2f453f49816676d10e8679c8a/25043/dec711f9ad2 15360/950d4273f26380453947229f28c3afba

Patterson, Evelyn J. and Helena Dagadu. 2016. “Fractures in the Color Line: Consequences of Constructions of Race and Ethnicity on Measures of Imprisonment.” Sociology of Race and Ethnicity 2(1): 10-26.

Perez, Samantha and Joshua Murray. 2016. “Latino Faces, Corporate Ties: Latino Advocacy Organizations and their Board Members.” Sociological Forum, 31(1): 117-137.

Powell, Brian, Laura Hamilton, Bianca Manago, and Simon Cheng. 2016. “Implications of Changing Family Forms for Children.” Annual Review of Sociology. 42: 301–322.

Pride-Brown, Kate and David J. Hess. 2016. “Pathways to Policy: Partisanship and Bipartisanship in Renewable Energy Policy.” Environmental Politics 26: 971-990. 10.1080/09644016.2016.1203523

Sana, Mariano, Guy Stecklov, and Alexander A. Weinreb. 2016. “A test of the stranger-interviewer norm in the Dominican Republic.” Population Studies 70(1):73-92.

Sykes, Bryan and Evelyn Patterson. 2016. “Mass Incarceration and Health Disparities in America” in Health and Wellness, edited by Valir C. Copeland. CT: Greenwood Press.

Tyndall, Benjamin D. and C. André Christie-Mizell. 2016. “Mastery, Homeownership, and Adult Roles during the Transition to Adulthood.” Sociological Inquiry, 86: 5-28.

2015

Banerjee, Tarun and Joshua Murray. 2015. “What Shapes Corporate Involvement in Voter Referendums: The Case of Opposition to GM Food Labeling” Sociological Perspectives, 58(3): 464-489

Carpenter, Laura M. & Heather Hensman Kettrey. 2015. (Im)perishable Pleasure, (In)destructible Desire: Sexual Themes in U.S. and English News Coverage of Male Circumcision and Female Genital Cutting. Journal of Sex Research 52(8): 841–856. [Published online, September 2014]

Carpenter, Laura M. & Heather Hensman Kettrey. 2015. Virginity and Virginity Pledges. In Encyclopedia of Human Sexuality, Patricia Whelehan and Anne Bolin (Eds.). Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell. (http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/book/10.1002/9781118896877)

Carpenter, Laura M. 2015. Studying Sexualities from a Life Course Perspective. Pp. 65-89 in Handbook of the Sociology of Sexualities, John DeLamater and Rebecca F. Plante (Eds.). New York: Springer.

Christie-Mizell, C. André, Stacye A. Blount, Whitney N. Laster Pirtle, Helena E. Dagadu, Erika T. A. Leslie, and Peter S. Vielehr. 2015. “Psychiatric Medication, African Americans and the Paradox of Mistrust.” Journal of the National Medical Association, 107: 51-59.

Christie-Mizell, C. André, Whitney N. Laster Pirtle, Benjamin D. Tyndall, and David M. Merolla. 2015. “Race- Gender Differences in the Impact of History of Heavy Drinking on Current Alcohol Consumption during the Transition to Adulthood.” Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare, 42: 137-58.

Clement, Matthew Thomas, Christina Ergas, and Patrick Trent Greiner. 2015. “The Environmental Consequences of Rural and Urban Population Change: An Exploratory Spatial Panel Study of Forest Cover in the Southern United States, 2001–2006.” Rural Sociology 80, no. 1: 108-136.

Cornfield, Daniel Beyond the Beat: Musicians Building Community in Nashville. Princeton: Princeton University Press, 2015

Dagadu, Helena E. and Evelyn J. Patterson. 2015. “Placing a Health Equity Lens on Non-communicable Diseases in sub-Saharan Africa.” Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved 26(3): 967-989.

Frenette, Alexandre, A. D. Dumford, A. L. Miller, & S. J. Tepper. 2015. The internship divide: The promise and challenges of internships in the arts. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University and Arizona State University, Strategic National Arts Alumni Project.

Frenette, Alexandre. 2015. “From apprenticeship to internship: The social and legal antecedents of the intern economy.” tripleC: Communication, Capitalism & Critique 13(2), 351-360.

Hess, David J. 2015. “Public as Threats? Integrating Science and Technology Studies (STS) and Social Movement Studies (SMS).” Science as Culture 24(1): 69-82.

Hess, David J. 2015. “Undone Science and Social Movements: A Review and Typology.” In Matthias Gross and Linsey McGoey (ed.), The Routledge International Handbook of Ignorance Studies. Routledge. Pp. 141-154.

Hess, David J., and Quan Mai. 2015. “The Convergence of Economic Development and Energy Transition Policies in State-government Plans in the United States.” Sustainability: Science, Practice, and Policy 11(1): 5-20. http://sspp.proquest.com/static_content/vol11iss1/1404-006.hess.pdf

Hess, David J., Jonathan S. Coley, Quan D. Mai, and Lucas Hilliard. 2015. “Party Differences and Energy Reform: Fiscal Conservatism in the California Legislature.” Environmental Politics 24(2): 228-248.

Hornberger, George M., David J. Hess, and Jonathan Gilligan. 2015. “Water Conservation and Hydrological Transitions in American Cities.” Water Resources Research 51(6): 4635-3649.

Jones, Caralee and Christy L. Erving. 2015. “Structural Constraints and Lived Realities: Negotiating Racial and Ethnic Identities for African-Caribbeans in the US.” Journal of Black Studies 46(5): 521-546.

Kettrey, Heather Hensman & Laura M. Carpenter. 2015. Sexual Satisfaction. In Encyclopedia of Human Sexuality, Patricia Whelehan and Anne Bolin (Eds.). Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.

Manago, Bianca. 2015. “Understanding the Social Norms, Attitudes, Beliefs, and Behaviors Towards Mental Illness in the United States.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. Committee on the Science of Changing Behavioral Health Social Norms.

McCammon, Holly J. and Allison R. McGrath. 2015. “Litigating Change? Social Movements and the Court System.” Sociology Compass 9:128-39.

McCammon, Holly J. and Larry Isaac, editors. 2015. American Sociological Review, Volume 80.

McCammon, Holly J. and Larry Isaac. 2015. “Guest Column: How to Write Qualitative Research Articles.” Medical Sociology Section Newsletter, Winter issue.

McCammon, Holly J. and Minyoung Moon. 2015. “Social Movement Coalitions.” In The Oxford Handbook of Social Movements, edited by Donatella della Porta and Mario Diani. New York: Oxford University Press.

McCammon, Holly J., Erin M. Bergner, and Sandra C. Arch. 2015. “‘Are You One of Those Women?’ Within-Movement Conflict, Radical Flank Effects, and Social Movement Political Outcomes.” Mobilization: The International Quarterly Review 20:157-78.

Metzl JM and MacLeish, KT. 2015. “Mental Illness, Mass Shootings, and the Politics of American Firearms.” Am J Public Health. 105(2):240-249: http://ajph.aphapublications.org/doi/abs/10.2105/AJPH.2014.302242

Metzl JM. “Mental Illness, Gun Violence, and (Misguided) Policy Interventions.” Policy People, 23 (10).

Metzl JM. 2015. ““Race and Mental Health.” In Tess Jones and Delise Wear, eds, Health Humanities Reader. New Brunswick: Rutgers University Press, pp.261-67.

Metzl JM. 2015. “Gun Violence, Stigma, and Mental Illness: Clinical Implications. Psychiatric Times, special issue on Trauma and Violence.” XXXII (3): 54-57. http://www.psychiatrictimes.com/special-reports/gun-violence-stigma-and-mental-illnessclinical-implications

Murray, Joshua and Michael Schwartz. 2015. “Moral Economy, Structural Leverage, and Organizational Efficacy: Class Formation and the Great Flint Sit-Down Strike, Detroit 1936-7,” Critical Historical Studies, 2(2): 219-259

Patterson, Evelyn J. 2015. “Hidden Disparities: Decomposing Inequalities in Time Served in California, 1985-2009.” Law and Society Review 49(2): 467-498.

Patterson, Evelyn J. and Chris Wildeman. 2015. “Mass Imprisonment and the Life Course Revisited: Cumulative Years Lost to Incarceration for Working-Age White and Black Men.” Social Science Research 53: 325-337.

Rodriguez, Leslie, Mariano Sana, and Blake Sisk. 2015. “Self-Administered Questions and Interviewer-Respondent Familiarity.” Field Methods 27(2):163-181.

Song, Lijun. 2015. “Does Knowing People in Authority Protect or Hurt? Authoritative Contacts and Depression in Urban China.” American Behavioral Scientist 59(9): 1173-1188.

Song, Lijun. 2015. “Does Knowing People in the Positional Hierarchy Protect or Hurt? Social Capital, Comparative Reference Group, and Depression in Two Societies.” Social Science & Medicine 136-137: 117-127.

Stecklov, Guy, Alexander A. Weinreb, and Mariano Sana. 2015. “Family Planning for Strangers: An Experiment on the Validity of Reported Contraceptive Use.” PLOS ONE 10(8): e0136972.

Sykes, Bryan, Eliza Solowiej, and Evelyn Patterson. 2015. “The Fiscal Savings of Immediate Legal Representation for Local Governments.” University of California-Irvine Law Review 5(4): 813-842.

Trotter, LaTonya. “The Caring Professional? Nurse Practitioners, Social Work, and the Performance of Expertise.” In: Caring on the Clock: The Complexities and Contradictions of Paid Care Work. Mignon Duffy, Amy Armenia, Clare L. Stacey, eds. Pgs 131-141. Rutgers University Press, January 2015.

Turner, R. Jay, J. Blake Turner, and William Beardall Hale. 2015. “Social Relationships and Social Support.” Pp. 1-20 in Sociology of Mental Health: Selected Topics from Forty Years 1970s-2010s, edited by Robert J. Johnson, R. Jay Turner, and Brue G. Link. New York: Springer.

Tzankova, Z., and L. E. Gwin. 2015. “Surf-n-Turf, but the sustainable kind? The limits and potential of market driven regulation in food production.” Seattle Journal of Environmental Law, 5(1): 303 – 338.

Zuberi, Tukufu, Evelyn J. Patterson, and Quincy T. Stewart. 2015. “Race, Methodology, and Social Construction in the Genomic Era.” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 661: 86-108. Published in Portuguese

2014

Adler, Lee and Daniel Cornfield. 2014. “Tackling Inequality in Precarious Times: Immigrant Labor Organizing in the United States,” pp. 35-51 in Lee Adler, Maite Tapia, and Lowell Turner (eds.), Mobilizing against Inequality: Unions, Immigrant Workers, and the Crisis of Capitalism. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

Becker, George. 2014. “A Socio-historical Overview of the Creativiy-Pathology Connection: From Autiquity to Contemporary Times.” Creativity and Mental Illness, Ed. by James C. Kaufman. Cambridge University Press. 2014; 3-24

Christie-Mizell, C. André, Whitney N. Laster, Helena E. Dagadu, and Stacye A. Blount. 2014. “The Use of Psychiatric Medication, Human Capital, and the Amplification of Mistrust.” Sociological Spectrum, 34: 222-243.

Cornfield, Daniel. 2014. “Integrative Organizing in Polarized Times: Toward Dynamic Trade Unionism in the Global North,” pp. 151-168 in Lee Adler, Maite Tapia, and Lowell Turner (eds.), Mobilizing against Inequality: Unions, Immigrant Workers, and the Crisis of Capitalism. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

Cornfield, Daniel. 2014. “Literature Review: The role of US unions in the civic integration of immigrant workers,” written as a research contribution for the book Mobilizing against Inequality: Unions, Immigrant Workers, and the Crisis of Capitalism, Lee Adler, Maite Tapia and Lowell Turner (eds.), Ithaca: ILR Press, 2014, at http://www.ilr.cornell.edu/workerinstitute/mai/upload/Mobilizing-against-Inequality-Literature-Review-US.pdf

Cornfield, Daniel. 2014. “Union Roles in Muslim Immigrant Worker Incorporation: The Case of Somali Workers in Middle Tennessee,” written as a research contribution for the book Mobilizing against Inequality: Unions, Immigrant Workers, and the Crisis of Capitalism, Lee Adler, Maite Tapia and Lowell Turner (eds.), Ithaca: ILR Press, 2014, at http://www.ilr.cornell.edu/sites/ilr.cornell.edu/files/Tennessee-Taxi-and-Poultry-Workers-Case-Study.pdf

Dagadu, Helena E. and C. André Christie-Mizell. 2014. “Heart Trouble and Racial Group Identity: Exploring Ethnic Heterogeneity among Black Americans.” Race and Social Problems, 6:143-160

Erving, Christy L., Lauren J. Parker, Jamelle Williams, and Sean Colbert-Kelley. 2014. “Navigating Hurdles: How to Survive Your First Year.” Pp. 15-51 In GPS for Graduate School: Students Share Their Stories, Purdue University Press.

Frenette, Alexandre.  (2014, May 14). “The year of the intern” [Blog post]. Work in Progress: Sociology on the economy, work and inequality.

Frickel, Scott and David Hess. (Eds). 2014. Fields of Knowledge: Science, Politics, and Publics in the Neoliberal Age (Political Power and Social Theory, vol. 27),

Hess, David J. 2014. “Beyond Scientific Consensus: Scientific Counterpublics, Countervailing Industries, and Competing Research Agendas.” In Peter Wehling, Willy Viehöver, and Sophia Koenen, eds. The Public Shaping of Medical Research: Patient Associations, Health Movements, and Biomedicine. Routledge. Pp. 151-171.

Hess, David J. 2014. “Political Ideology and the Green-Energy Transition in the United States.” In Daniel Kleinman and Kelly Moore, eds. Routledge Handbook of Science, Technology, and Society. New York: Routledge. Pp. 277-291.

Hess, David J. 2014. “Smart Meters and Public Acceptance: Comparative Analysis and Governance Implications.” Health, Risk, and Society 16(3): 243-258.

Hess, David J. 2014. “When Green Became Blue: Epistemic Rift and the Corralling of Climate Science.” Political Power and Social Theory 27: 123-153.

Hess, David J. 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. Eighth most highly cited article in this journal for this year (as of May, 2016).

Hess, David J. and Quan D. Mai. 2014. “Renewable Electricity Policy in Asia: A Qualitative Comparative Analysis of Factors Affecting Sustainability Transitions.” Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 12:31-46.

Hess, David J. and Scott Frickel. 2014 “Introduction: Fields of Knowledge and Theory Traditions in the Sociology of Science.” Political Power and Social Theory, 27: 1-30.

Hess, David. 2014. “Sustainability Transitions: A Political Coalition Perspective.” Research Policy 43(2): 278-283.

Isaac, Larry. 2014. “Cultures of Class in the Gilded Age Labor Problem Novel.” Chapter 6 (pp. 113-129) in Born Unequal: Class and the Making of American Literature, edited by Andrew Lawson. London: Routledge.

Kelner, Shaul. 2014. “American Jewish Sociology.” Oxford Bibliographies in Jewish Studies. Ed. David Biale. New York: Oxford University Press. (peer reviewed) [http://www.oxfordbibliographies.com/view/document/obo-9780199840731/obo-9780199840731-0073.xml]

Kelner, Shaul. 2014. “Ethnographers and History.” American Jewish History 98(1):17-22. DOI: 10.1353/ajh.2014.0012

Kelner, Shaul. 2014. Introduction to “Before Pew: Debating the Future of US Jews in Earlier Times.” Berman Jewish Policy Archive Readers Guide. New York: Berman Jewish Policy Archive, Robert F. Wagner Graduate School of Public Service, NYU. http://bjpa.org/Publications/downloadFile.cfm?FileID=18654

Lloyd, Richard. 2014. “Differentiating Music City: Legacy, Industry and Scene in Nashville” in Alenka Barber-Kersovan, Volker Kirchberg, Robin Kuchar, eds.: Music City. Musical Approaches to the “Creative City”. Bielefeld, Germany: Transcript Verlag 2013.

McCammon, Holly J. 2014. “Critical Dialogue: The Paradox of Gender Equality: How American Women’s Groups Gained and Lost Their Public Voice and The U.S. Women’s Jury Movements and Strategic Adaptation: A More Just Verdict.” Perspectives on Politics 12:186-87, 190.

McCammon, Holly J. and Larry Isaac, editors. 2014. American Sociological Review, Volume 79.

McCammon, Holly J., Sandra C. Arch, and Erin M. Bergner. 2014. “A Radical Demand Effect: Early U.S. Feminists and the Married-Women’s Property Acts.” Social Science History 38:221-50.

McLeod, Jane D., Christy L. Erving, and Jennifer Caputo. 2014. “Health Inequality.” Pp. 715742 In The Handbook of the Social Psychology of Inequality, edited by J.D. McLeod, M.L. Schwalbe, and E.J. Lawler, Springer Science+Business Media.

McLeod, Jane D., Jennifer L. Caputo, and Christy L. Erving. 2014. “Social Psychology and the Stress Process.” In The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Health, Illness, Behavior, and Society, edited by W.C. Cockerham, R. Dingwall, and S. Quah.

Metzl, JM and Hansen, HH. 2014. “Structural Competency: theorizing a new medical engagement with stigma and inequality.” Social Science & Medicine, 103: 126-133. http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0277953613003778

Metzl, JM and Roberts, D. 2014. “Structural Competency Meets Structural Racism: Race, Politics, and the Structure of Medical Knowledge.” American Medical Association Journal of Ethics, 16(9): 674-90. http://journalofethics.ama-assn.org/2014/09/spec1-1409.html

Metzl, JM. 2014. “Controllin’ the Planet: the Autobiographical Schizophrenia of Hip Hop.” Transition: Publication of the Hutchins Center for African and African American Research, Harvard University, 115: 23-33. http://www.jstor.org/stable/10.2979/transition.issue-115; http://www.vanderbilt.edu/mhs/manage/wp-content/uploads/transition.115.231.pdf

Murray, Joshua. 2014. “Evidence of a transnational capitalist class-for-itself: the determinants of PAC activity among foreign firms in the Global Fortune 500, 2000–2006.” Global Networks, 14:230-250.

Newman, Harmony D. & Laura M. Carpenter. 2014. “Embodiment without Bodies: Analysis of Embodiment in the Pro-Breastfeeding and Anti-Male Circumcision Movements.” Sociology of Health and Illness 36(5): 639- 654. [Lead article. First published online, November 2013]

Snow, David A., Robert D. Benford, Holly J. McCammon, Lyndi Hewitt, and Scott Fitzgerald. 2014. “The Emergence, Development, and Future of the Framing Perspective: 25+ Years since ‘Frame Alignment’.” Mobilization: An International Journal 19:23-45.

Song, Lijun and Wenhong Chen. 2014. “Does Receiving Unsolicited Support Help or Hurt? Receipt of Unsolicited Job Leads and Depression.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior 55(2): 144-60.

Song, Lijun. 2014. “Bright and Dark Sides of Who You Know in the Evaluation of Well-Being: Social Capital and Life Satisfaction across Three Societies.” Pp. 259-78 in Social Capital and Its Institutional Contingency: A Study of the United States, Taiwan and China, edited by Nan Lin, Yang-Chih Fu, and Chih-Jou Chen. London: Routledge.

Song, Lijun. 2014. “Is Unsolicited Support Protective or Destructive in Collectivistic Culture? Receipt of Unsolicited Job Leads in Urban China.” Society and Mental Health 4(3): 235-54.

Song, Lijun. 2014. “Social Capital.” Pp. 2143-48 in The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Health, Illness, Behavior, and Society, edited by William Carl Cockerham, Robert Dingwall, and Stella Quah. Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.

Tzankova, Zdravka, and A. Concilio. 2014. “Controlling an invasive plant at the edge of its range: towards a broader understanding of management feasibility.” Biological Invasions, 17(1): 507-527.

Tzankova, Zdravka. 2014. “Interactions between public and private resource governance: key insights from the fisheries case.” William and Mary Policy Review, 6(1): Fall 2014.

Tzankova, Zdravka. 2014. “The Oceans & Fisheries (1950s-present).” Chapter 24 in The Guide to U.S. Environmental Policy, Fairfax & Russell, eds. DWJ/CQ Press.

2013

Frenette, Alexandre. 2013. “Making the intern economy: Role and career challenges of the music industry intern.” Work and Occupations 40(4), 364-397. [Lead article] Winner of the 2013 Society for the Study of Social Problems Labor Studies Division’s Harry Braverman Award.

Frenette, Alexandre. 2013. “Media workers.” In V. Smith (Ed.), Sociology of work: An encyclopedia. (pp. 578-581). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications, Inc.

Goar, Carla, Jane Sell, Bianca Manago, Calixto Melero, and Bobbi Reidinger. 2013. “Racial and Ethnic Composition of Groups: Experimental Investigations.” Advances in Group Processes. 30: 47–75.

Hess, David. 2013 “Industrial Fields and Countervailing Power: The Transformation of Distributed Solar Energy in the United States.” Global Environmental Change 23(5): 847-855.

Hess, David. 2013 “Local and Not-So-Local Exchanges: Alternative Economies, Ethnography, and Social Science.” In Jeff Juris and Alex Khasnabish (eds.), Insurgent Encounters: Transnational Activism, Ethnography, and the Political. Duke University Press.

Hess, David. 2013 “Neoliberalism and the History of STS Theory: Toward a Reflexive Sociology.” Social Epistemology 27(2): 177-193.

Hess, David. 2013 “Sustainable Consumption, Energy, and Failed Transitions: The Problem of Adaptation.” In Maurie Cohen, Halina Brown, and Philip Vergragt (eds.), Innovations in Sustainable Consumption: New Economics, Socio-Technical Transitions, and Social Practices. Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar. Pp. 159-178.

Hess, David. 2013 “Transitions in Energy Systems: The Mitigation-Adaptation Relationship.” Science as Culture, special issue on energy futures. 22(2): 197-203.

Kelner, Shaul. 2013. “Historical Perspectives on Diaspora Homeland Tourism: ‘Israel Experience’ Education in the 1950s and 1960s.” Diaspora, Indigenous and Minority Education 7(2): 99–113. [http://dx.doi.org/10.1080/15595692.2013.763788]

Kelner, Shaul. 2013. “Religious Ambivalence in Jewish American Philanthropy.” Chapter 2 in Thomas J. Davis, ed., Family, Friend, Foe? The Relationship of Religion and Philanthropy in Religious Philanthropic Organizations. Bloomington, IN: Indiana University Press. Pp. 28-49.

McCammon Holly J. 2013. “What Zimmerman’s All-female Jury Says.” CNN, June 24, http://www.cnn.com/2013/06/24/opinion/mccammon-female-jury/ Holly McCammon, “Zimmerman Case Divides Those Already Decided.” USA Today, http://www.usatoday.com/story/opinion/2013/06/25/zimmerman-trayvon-martin- trial-jury-opinionline-column/2458011/

McCammon, Holly J. 2013. “Discursive Opportunity Structures.” Blackwell Encyclopedia of Social and Political Movements. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing.

McCammon, Holly J. 2013. “Frame Resonance.” Blackwell Encyclopedia of Social and Political Movements. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing.

McCammon, Holly J., Katharine Donato and Larry Isaac, editors. 2013. American Sociological Review, Volume 78.

Metzl, JM and MacLeish, K. 2013. “Triggering the Debate: Faulty Associations Between Violence and Mental Illness Underlie U.S. Gun Control Efforts.” Risk and Regulation, 25: 8-10. http://www2.lse.ac.uk/researchAndExpertise/units/CARR/publications/LSE-CARRTriggeringthedebate.pdf

Metzl, JM. 2013. “Structural Health, and the Politics of African American Masculinity.” American Journal of Men’s Health, 7(4): 69-72.

Murray, Joshua, Arnout Van de Rijt, and John M. Shandra. 2013. “Why They Juice: The Role of Social Forces in Performance Enhancing Drug Use by Professional Athletes.” Sociological Focus, 46:4, 281-294

Patterson, Evelyn J. 2013. “Life on the Inside and Death on the Outside: Complexities in Health Disparities Inside and Outside U.S. Prisons.” Prison Legal News 24(4): 24-25.

Patterson, Evelyn J. 2013. “The Dose-Response of Time Served in Prison on Mortality: New York State, 1989-2003.” American Journal of Public Health 103(3): 523-528.

Patterson, Evelyn J., Ronald Patterson, and Wanda Patterson. 2013. “Comparing the Sampling Distributions of the Mean and Trimmed Mean of a Cauchy Distribution.” Far East Journal of Mathematical Education 11(2): 123-127.

Song, Lijun. 2013. “Institutional Embeddedness of Network Embeddedness in the Workplace: Social Integration at Work and Employee’s Health across Three Societies.” Research in the Sociology of Work 24 (Networks, Employment and Inequality): 323-56.

Song, Lijun. 2013. “Social Capital and Health.” Pp.223-57 in Medical Sociology on the Move: New Directions in Theory, edited by William Carl Cockerham. Dordrecht, the Netherlands: Springer.

Tepper, S. J. & Alexandre Frenette. 2013. “Cultural policy.” In L. Grindstaff, J. R. Hall, & M.-C. Lo (Eds.), Handbook of cultural sociology, 2nd edition. New York: Routledge.

Tzankova, Zdravka. 2013. “The difficult problem of non-point nutrient pollution: could the Endangered Species Act offer some of relief?” William & Mary Environmental Law and Policy Review, Vol. 37(3): 709-757.

2012

Carpenter, Laura M. & John DeLamater (Eds.). 2012. Sex for Life: From Virginity to Viagra, How Sexuality Changes Throughout our Lives. New York: New York University Press. Reviewed in American Journal of Sociology, Contemporary Sociology, Gender & Society, Journal of Gender Studies

Harrison, Dan and Larry Isaac. 2012. “Social Class in the Southern Civil Rights Movement.” New Encyclopedia of Southern Cultures, Volume 20, “Social Class,” edited by Larry Griffin & Peggy Hargis; pp. 80-85. University of North Carolina Press.

Hess, David. 2012. “Cultures of Science.” In Sabine Massen, Mario Kaiser, Martin Reinhart, Barbara Sutter, eds. Handbuch Wissenschaftersoziologie. VS Verlag. Pp. 177-190.

Hess, David. 2012. “Nanotechnology and the Environment.” By David Hess and Anna Lamprou. In Donald McLaurcan, ed., Nanotechnology and Global Sustainability. CRC Press.

Hess, David. 2012. “The Green Transition, Neoliberalism, and the Technosciences.” In Luigi Pellozzoni and Marja Ylönen (eds.), Neoliberalism and Technosciences: Criticial Assessments. Edward Elgar. Pp. 209-230.

Hess, David. 2012. Good Green Jobs in a Global Economy. MIT Press. Analysis of the intersection of green transition politics and the relative decline of the U.S. in the global economy, factors behind the unevenness of green transition policies in the U.S.

Hess, David. 2012. Jonathan Coley and David Hess. “Green Energy Laws and Republican Legislators in the United States.” Energy Policy 48(1): 576-583.

Ida, Aya Kimura and C. André Christie-Mizell. 2012. “Racial Group Identity, Psychosocial Resources, and Depressive Symptoms: Exploring Ethnic Heterogeneity among Black Americans.” Sociological Focus, 45: 1–22.

Isaac, Larry and Paul Lipold. 2012. “Toward Bridging Analytics and Dialectics: Nonergodic Processes and Turning Points in Dynamic Models of Social Change with Illustrations from Labor Movement History.” Current Perspectives in Social Theory, Volume 30: 3-33. Recipient: Emerald Literati Network Award for Outstanding Article, 2013.

Isaac, Larry W., Daniel B. Cornfield, Dennis C. Dickerson, James M. Lawson, Jr., and Jonathan S. Coley. 2012. “‘Movement Schools’ and Dialogical Diffusion of Nonviolent Praxis: Nashville Workshops in the Southern Civil Rights Movement.” Pp. 155–184 in Nonviolent Resistance, edited by Sharon Erickson Nepstad and Lester Kurtz, volume 34 of Research in Social Movements, Conflicts, and Change, Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

Isaac, Larry, Dan Cornfield, Dennis Dickerson, James Lawson, & Jonathan Coley. 2012. “’Movement Schools’ and Dialogical Diffusion of Nonviolent Praxis: Nashville Workshops in the Southern Civil Rights Movement.” Research in Social Movements, Conflicts, and Change, (Special issue: “Nonviolent Movements”), Volume 34: 155-184.

Isaac, Larry. 2012. “Literary Activists and Battling Books: The Labor Problem Novel as Contentious Movement Medium.” Research in Social Movements, Conflicts and Change, (Special issue: “Media, Movements, and Political Change”), Volume 33: 17-49.

Lloyd, Richard and Brian Christens. 2012. “Reaching for Dubai: Nashville Imagines Its 21st Century Skyline” in Marina Peterson and Gary McDonogh, eds. Global Downtowns Philadelphia PA: University of Pennsylvania Press

Lloyd, Richard. 2012. “Urbanization and the Southern United States” Annual Review of Sociology 38:24: 483-506.

McCammon Holly J. 2012. The U.S. Women’s Jury Movements and Strategic Adaptation: A More Just Verdict. New York: Cambridge University Press.

McCammon, Holly J. 2012. “Explaining Frame Variation: Moderate and More Radical Demands for Women’s Citizenship in the U.S. Women’s Jury Movements.” Social Problems 59:43-69.

McCammon, Holly J. 2012. “Harnessing Public Discontent.” Mobilizing Ideas. http://mobilizingideas.wordpress.com/category/essay-dialogues/outcomes-of-ows/

McCammon, Holly J., Tony Brown, Katharine Donato, and Larry Isaac, editors. 2012. American Sociological Review, Volume 77.

Metzl, JM and Franklin, J. 2012. “Race, Civil Rights, and Psychiatry.” Atrium 2012 (9): 12-16.

Metzl, JM. 2012. “Mainstream Anxieties about Race in Antipsychotic Drug Ads.” American Medical Association Journal of Ethics, 14 (6):494-502. http://virtualmentor.amaassn.org/2012/06/imhl1-1206.html

Metzl, JM. 2012. “Mental Illness in Popular Culture.” In Laurence Rubin, ed., Mental Illness in Popular Media: Essays on the Representation of Disorders. London: Mcfarland: 1-5.

Metzl, JM. 2012. “Structural Competency.” American Quarterly, 64 (2): 213-18.

Morrison, Daniel R. and Larry Isaac. 2012. “Insurgent Images: Genre Selection and Visual Frame Amplification in IWW Cartoon Art.” Social Movement Studies 11, 1 (January): 61-78.

Pitt, Richard N. 2012. Divine Callings: Understanding The Call To Ministry In Black Pentecostalism. New York: New York University Press. [Hardcover, paperback, and e-book editions published simultaneously in February 2012]

Pitt, Richard N. and Steven Tepper. 2012. Double Majors: Influences, Identities, and Impacts. Teagle Foundation.

Pitt, Richard N., and Joshua Packard. 2012. “Activating Diversity: The Impact of Student Race on Contributions to Course Discussions.” Sociological Quarterly, Vol. 53. No. 2, 295-320.

Sana, Mariano and Becky Conway. 2012. “Surveys and Ethnosurveys”, pp. 484-493 in Steven J. Gold, Stephanie J. Nawyn (eds.): The Routledge International Handbook of Migration Studies. Part IX, Chapter 40. Routledge.

Song, Lijun and Tian-Yun Chang. 2012. “Do Resources of Network Members Help in Help Seeking? Social Capital and Health Information Search.” Social Networks 34(4):658-69.

Song, Lijun. 2012. “Raising Network Resources While Raising Children? Access to Social Capital by Parenthood Status, Gender, and Marital Status.” Social Networks 34(2):241-52.

2011

Becker, George. 2011. “Challenging Merton’s Protestantism-Science Hypothesis: The Historical Impact of Sacerdotal Celibacy on German Science and Scholarship.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion. 50 (2): 351-365

Becker, George. 2011. “Mad Genius Controversy.” Encyclopedia of Creativity, 2nd Edition, Elsevier Inc., vol. 2: 69-74.

Carpenter, Laura M. 2011. Like a Virgin…Again?: Secondary Virginity as an Ongoing Gendered Social Construction. Sexuality & Culture 15(2): 115-140.

Christie-Mizell, C. André, Jacqueline Keil, Mary Therese Laske and Jennifer Stewart. 2011. “Bullying Behavior and Parents’ Work Hours: The Consequences of Adolescents’ Perceptions of Time Spent with Parents.” Youth & Society, 43: 1570-1595.

Erving, Christy L. 2011. “Gender and Physical Health: A Study of African American and Caribbean Black Adults.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior 52(3): 383-399.

Fairbanks, Robert and Richard Lloyd. 2011. “Critical Ethnography and the Neoliberal City: The US Example” Ethnography 12:1: 3-11.

Griffith, DM, Metzl, JM and Gunter, K. 2011. “Considering Intersections of Race and Gender in Interventions That Address U.S. Men’s Health Disparities.” Public Health. 125(7):417-23.

Hess, David. 2011. “Bourdieu and Science and Technology Studies: Toward a Reflexive Sociology.” Minerva 49(3): 333-348.

Hess, David. 2011. “Electricity Transformed: Neoliberalism and Local Energy in the United States.” Antipode 43(3): 1056–1057.

Hess, David. 2011. “Science and Neoliberal Globalization: A Political Sociological Approach.” Coauthored with Kelly Moore, Scott Frickel, and Daniel Kleinman. Theory and Society 40(5): 505-532. Most highly cited article in this journal for this year (as of May, 2016).

Hess, David. 2011. “To Tell the Truth: On Scientific Counterpublics.” Public Understanding of Science 20(5): 627-641. Fifth most highly cited article in this journal for this year (as of May, 2016).

Kelner, Shaul. 2011. “The Bureaucratization of Ritual Innovation: The Festive Cycle of the American Soviet Jewry Movement.” Revisioning Ritual: Jewish Traditions in Transition. Ed. Bronner, Simon. Jewish Cultural Studies 3. Oxford: Littman Library of Jewish Civilization. Pp. 360-91.

Kelner, Shaul. 2011. “Constructing Jewish Belonging through Mass Tourism: Self-Narration in Israel Experience Programs.” Chapter 9 in Harvey E. Goldberg, Steven M. Cohen and Ezra Kopelowitz, eds. Dynamic Belonging: Contemporary Jewish Collective Identities. New York: Berghahn Books. Pp. 171-187.

Kelner, Shaul. 2011. “In Its Own Image: Independent Philanthropy and the Cultivation of Young Jewish Leadership,” Chapter 7 in Jack Wertheimer, ed., The New Jewish Leaders: Reshaping the American Jewish Landscape. Hanover, NH: University Press of New England. Pp. 261-321.

Lloyd, Richard. 2011. “Contradição e a Nova Boémia.” In Aguiar, João et al (ed.) – Estética e vida quotidiana. Lisboa: Apenas Livros, p.3-9

Lloyd, Richard. 2011. “East Nashville Skyline” Ethnography 12:1: 114-145.

McCammon, Holly J., Tony Brown, Katharine Donato, and Larry Isaac, editors. 2011. American Sociological Review, Volume 76.

Metzl, JM. “Taking Pleasure in Drugs.” GLQ: A Journal of Lesbian and Gay Studies. (2011) 17(2- 3): 435-437.

Metzl, JM. 2011. “Gender Stereotypes in the Diagnosis of Depression: A Systematic Content Analysis of Medical Records.” In Janice Jenkins, ed., Globalization of Pharmaceuticals. Santa Fe: School of Advanced Research Press.

Metzl, JM. 2011. “Should the Mentally Ill Bear Arms?: Mental Illness Stigma in the Aftermath of Tucson.” Lancet. 377: 2172-73.

Pitt, Richard N. 2011. “Race and The Sociology of Education Section: Is Eight (Percent) Really Enough?” Sociology of Education Section Newsletter, Vol. 14. No. 2 [Invited Comment]

Sell, Jane, Stuart Hysom, Louis Lang, Tony Love, Bianca Manago, Huong Le, and Tiffany Spivey. 2011. “Developing a Social Psychology Laboratory on a Shoestring.” Current Research in Social Psychology. (16)8: 71–75.

Song, Lijun and Nan Lin. 2011. “Social Capital and Health: An Introduction.” Pp. 229-31 in Social Capital: Critical Concepts in the Social Sciences, edited by Nan Lin. Volume 3. New York: Routledge.

Song, Lijun, Joonmo Son, and Nan Lin. 2011. “Social Support.” Pp. 116-128 in The Sage Handbook of Social Network Analysis, edited by John Scott and Peter J. Carrington. London: SAGE.

Song, Lijun. 2011. “Social Capital and Psychological Distress.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior 52(4): 478-92.

Tzankova, Zdravka, D. Vallano, and E. Zavaleta. 2011. “Can the Endangered Species Act address the threat of atmospheric nitrogen deposition? Insights from the case of the Bay checkerspot butterfly.” Harvard Environmental Law Review, 35(2): 434-475.

2010

Carpenter, Laura M. 2010. “Do Not Traffic in Women and Children” [Photograph]. WSQ: Women’s Studies Quarterly 38 (1&2).

Carpenter, Laura M. 2010. “Gendered Sexuality over the Life Course: A Conceptual Framework.” Sociological Perspectives 53(2): 155–178.

Carpenter, Laura M. 2010. “On Remedicalisation: Male Circumcision in the United States and Great Britain.” Sociology of Health and Illness 32(4): 613-630.

Carpenter, Laura M. 2010. “Sexualities Across the Life Course.” Entry in the online edition of Encyclopedia of Sociology, George Ritzer (Editor). Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell Publishing.

Carpenter, Laura M. 2010. “Toward a Social Science of Sexual Satisfaction. Commentary on “Virginity Lost, Satisfaction Gained? Physiological and Psychological Sexual Satisfaction at Heterosexual Debut” by Jenny Higgins, James Trussell, Nelwyn Moore, and J. Kenneth Davidson, Sr.” Journal of Sex Research 47(4): 395-398.

Christie-Mizell, C. André Aya Kimura, and Verna M. Keith. 2010. “African Americans and Physical Health: The Consequences of Self-Esteem and Happiness.” Journal of Black Studies, 40: 1189-1211.

Cornfield, Daniel B. and Holly J. McCammon. 2010. “Approaching Merger: The Converging Public Policy Agendas of the AFL and CIO, 1938-1955.” Pp. 79-98 in Nella Van Dyke and Holly J. McCammon, eds, Strategic Alliances: New Studies of Social Movement Coalitions. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.

Cornfield, Daniel B. and Holly J. McCammon. 2010. “Approaching Merger: The Converging Public Policy Agendas of the AFL and CIO, 1938-1955.” In Strategic Alliances: New Studies of Social Movement Coalitions, edited by Nella Van Dyke and Holly J. McCammon. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press.

Hess, David. 2010 “A Political Economy of Sustainability: Alternative Pathways and Industrial Innovation.” In Steven Moore (ed.), Pragmatic Sustainability: Theoretical and Practical Tools. MIT Press.

Hess, David. 2010 “Declarations of Independents: On Local Knowledge and Localist Knowledge.” Anthropological Quarterly 83(1): 147-170.

Hess, David. 2010 “Environmental Reform Organizations and Undone Science in the United States: Exploring the Environmental, Health, and Safety Implications of Nanotechnology.” Science as Culture 19(2): 181-214.

Hess, David. 2010 “Sustainable Consumption and the Problem of Resilience.” Sustainability: Science, Practice, and Policy 6(2): 1-30.

Hess, David. 2010 “Undone Science: Social Movement Challenges to Dominant Scientific Practice.” By Scott Frickel, Sahra Gibbon, Jeff Howard, Joana Kempner, Gwen Ottinger, and David Hess. Science, Technology, and Human Values 35(4): 444-473. Second most highly cited article in this journal (for 2009, as of May, 2016).

Hess, David. 2010 Building Clean-Energy Industries and Green Jobs: Policy Innovations at the State and Local Government Level. (330-page research report.) By David Hess, David Banks, Bob Darrow, Joe Datko, Jaime D. Ewalt, Rebecca Gresh, Matthew Hoffmann, Anthony Sarkis, and Logan Williams. Troy, NY: Science and Technology Studies Department, Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute. www.davidjhess.net.

Isaac, Larry. 2010. “Policing Capital: Armed Countermovement Coalitions against Labor in Late Nineteenth-Century Industrial Cities.” Chapter 2 (pp. 22-49) in Strategic Alliances: Coalition Building and Social Movements, edited by Nella Van Dyke and Holly J. McCammon. University of Minnesota Press.

Isaac, Larry. 2010. “Politics of Contentious Collective Action and Cultural Change in Novel Form.” States, Power, & Societies 16 (1) (Fall): 1-6.

Kelner, Shaul. 2010. Tours That Bind: Diaspora, Pilgrimage and Israeli Birthright Tourism. New York: New York University Press.

Kowaleski-Jones, Lori and C. André Christie-Mizell. 2010. “Depressed Mood and Body Weight: Exploring Race Differences in Adolescence.” Youth & Society, 41: 503-518.

Lloyd, Richard. 2010. Neo-Bohemia: Art and Commerce in the Postindustrial City (revised edition with new afterword by author) New York: Routledge

McCammon Holly J., Tony Brown, Katharine Donato, and Larry Isaac, editors. 2010. American Sociological Review, Volume 75.

McCammon, Holly J. and Nella Van Dyke. 2010 “A QCA-Assisted Meta- Analysis of Empirical Studies of Social Movement Coalition Formation.” In Strategic Alliances: New Studies of Social Movement Coalitions, edited by Nella Van Dyke and Holly J. McCammon. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press.

Metzl JM. 2010. “Le Prozac et la Narration Sexuée de L’espoir,” In, A. Leibing et Virginie Tournay (dir.), Technologies de L’espoir. Les débats publics autour de l’innovation médicale – un objet anthropologique à définir (Presses Universitaires de Laval, collection “Société, cultures et santé [Forthcoming, Sept 2010]).

Metzl JM. 2010. “The Anthropology of Pharmaceutical Critique.” In Janice Jenkins, ed., Globalization of Pharmaceuticals (Santa Fe: School of Advanced Research Press [Forthcoming Sept 2010]).

Metzl, JM and Kirkland, A., eds. 2010. Against Health: Is Health the New Morality? New York: NYU Press [Forthcoming, September 2010].

Metzl, JM. 2010. The Protest Psychosis: How Schizophrenia Became a Black Disease.  Boston: Beacon Press.

Patterson, Evelyn J. 2010. “Incarcerating Death: Mortality in U.S. State Correctional Facilities, 1985-1998.” Demography 47(3): 587-607.  ASA Award for Distinguished Contribution to Scholarship in Population, 2012

Patterson, Evelyn J. 2010. “Measurement Issues in Corrections: Quality and Compatibility of State Correctional Data in the U.S., 1984-2000.” Corrections Compendium 35: 1-13.

Pitt, Richard N. 2010. “Fear Of A Black Pulpit? Real Racial Transcendence Versus Cultural Assimilation In Multiracial Churches.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, Vol. 49. No. 2, 218-223. [Invited Comment]

Pitt, Richard N. 2010. “’Killing The Messenger’: Gay Black Men’s Neutralization Of Anti-Gay Religious Messages.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, Vol. 49. No. 1, 56-72.

Pitt, Richard N. 2010. “’Still Looking For My Jonathan’: Gay Black Men’s Management Of Religious and Sexual Identity Conflicts.” Journal of Homosexuality, Vol. 57. No. 1, 39-53.

Pitt, Richard N., and George Sanders. 2010 “Revisiting Hypermasculinity: Shorthand for Marginalized Masculinities?” Pp 33-51 in What’s Up With The Brothers? Essays And Studies On African American Masculinities, edited by Whitney Harris and Ronald Ferguson. Harriman: Men’s Studies Press.

Pitt, Richard N., and Joshua Packard. 2010 “Stakeholder Meetings as a Means of Engaging Student Learning of Complex Social Problems.” Teaching Sociology, Vol. 38. No. 3, 215-225.

Sana, Mariano. 2010. “Immigrants and Natives in U.S. Science and Engineering Occupations: 1994-2006.” Demography 47(3):801-820.

Song, Lijun, Joonmo Son, and Nan Lin. 2010. “Social Capital and Health.” Pp. 184-210 in The New Companion to Medical Sociology, edited by William C. Cockerham. Oxford, UK: Wiley- Blackwell.

Trotter, LaTonya, Deborah Bowen, Shirley Beresford. Testing for Racial/Ethnic Differences in the Association between Childhood Socioeconomic Position and Adult Adiposity. American Journal of Public Health. Vol.100, No. 6, June 2010.

Tzankova, Zdrakva. 2010. “The political consequences of legal victories: ballast regulation and the Clean Water Act.” Environmental Law Reporter, 40: 10154-10170.

Van Dyke, Nella and Holly J. McCammon, editors. 2010. Strategic Alliances: New Studies of Social Movement Coalitions. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press.

Van Dyke, Nella and Holly J. McCammon. 2010. “Introduction.” In Strategic Alliances: New Studies of Social Movement Coalitions, edited by Nella Van Dyke and Holly J. McCammon. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press.

Woods, Laurie. 2010. Adoption. Encyclopedia of Motherhood. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage

Woods, Laurie. 2010. Military Mothers. Encyclopedia of Motherhood. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Woods, Laurie. 2010. Stillbirth. Encyclopedia of Motherhood. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Woods, Laurie. 2010. Tennessee Mothers. Encyclopedia of Motherhood. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage

2009

Becker, George. 2009. “The Continuing Path of Distortion: The Protestant Ethic and Max Weber’s School Enrollment Statistics.” Acta Sociologica, Vol. 52(3), September 2009:195-212.

Carpenter, Laura M. & Monica J. Casper. 2009. “A Tale of Two Technologies: HPV Vaccination, Male Circumcision, and Sexual Health.” Gender & Society 23(6): 790-816.

Carpenter, Laura M. & Monica J. Casper. 2009. “Global Intimacies: The HPV Vaccine and Transnational Women’s Health.” Women’s Studies Quarterly 37(1-2): 80-100.

Carpenter, Laura M. 2009. “Demedicalization and Remedicalization of Male Circumcision in Great Britain and the United States.” Salute e Societa 8(2): 155-171. Published in Italian as Demedicalizzazione e Rimedicalizzazione della Circoncisione Maschile in Gran Bretagna e Stati Uniti.

Carpenter, Laura M. 2009. “Influencing Health Debates Through Letters to the Editor: The Case of Male Circumcision.” Qualitative Health Research 19(4): 519-534.

Carpenter, Laura M. 2009. “Virginity and Virginity Loss.” In Encyclopedia of Human Relationships (published electronically), Harry T. Reis and Susan Sprecher (Eds.). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. http://www.sage-ereference.com.proxy.library.vanderbilt.edu/humanrelationships/

Carpenter, Laura M. 2009. “Virginity Loss in Reel/Real Life: Using Popular Movies to Navigate Sexual Initiation.” Sociological Forum 24(4): 804-827.

Carpenter, Laura M., Constance A. Nathanson & Young J. Kim. 2009. “Physical Women, Emotional Men: Exploring Gender and Sexual Satisfaction in Midlife.” Archives of Sex Research 38(1): 87-107. Reprinted in J. Kenneth Davidson, Nelwyn B. Moore & Terri D. Fisher (Eds.), Speaking of Sexuality: Interdisciplinary Readings, Oxford University Press, 2009.

Christie-Mizell, C. André and Robert L. Peralta. 2009. “The Gender Gap in Alcohol Consumption during Late Adolescence and Young Adulthood: Gendered Attitudes and Adult Roles.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 50: 410-426.

Cornfield, Daniel. 2009. “Immigrant Labor Organizing in a “New Destination City”: Approaches to the Unionization of African, Asian, Latino, and Middle Eastern Workers in Nashville.” Pp. 279-297 in Fran Ansley and Jon Shefner, eds., Global Connections and Local Receptions: New Latino Migration to the Southeastern United States. Knoxville: University of Tennessee Press.

Hess, David. 2009 “The Potentials and Limitations of Civil Society Research: Getting Undone Science Done.” Sociological Inquiry 79(3): 306-327. Third most highly cited article in this journal for this year (as of May, 2016).

Hess, David. 2009. Localist Movements in a Global Economy. MIT Press. Analysis of environmental and equity dimensions of the economic development, buy local movements, urban agriculture, local energy, and community media with historical contextualization and policy analysis. Supplemental case studies at www.davidjhess.org. Excerpted in: Localization: A Transition Reader, ed. by Raymond DeYoung and Thomas Princen (MIT Press).

Isaac, Larry. 2009.  “Movements, Aesthetics, and Markets in Literary Change: Making the American Labor Problem Novel.” American Sociological Review 74 (December): 938-965. Recipient: Chancellor’s Award for Research, Vanderbilt University, 2011. Recipient: “Clifford Geertz Prize,” ASA Culture Section, 2010. Recipient: “Distinguished Scholarly Article Award,” ASA Labor Movements Section, 2010.

Kelner, Shaul, and George Sanders. 2009. “Beyond the Field Trip: Teaching Tourism through Tours.” Teaching Sociology 37(2):136-150.

Lin, Juren, Peng Wang, and Lijun Song. 2009. Randall Collins, Interaction Ritual Chains. Beijing: The Commercial Press.

Lin, Nan, Dan Ao, and Lijun Song. 2009. “Production and Returns of Social Capital: Evidence from Urban China.” Pp. 107-32 in Contexts of Social Capital: Social Networks in Communities, Markets and Organizations, edited by Ray-May Hsung, Nan Lin, and Ronald Breiger. New York: Routledge.

Lin, Nan, Yanlong Zhang, Wenhong Chen, Dan Ao, and Lijun Song. 2009. “Recruiting and Deploying Social Capital in Organizations: Theory and Evidence.” Research in the Sociology of Work 18 (Work and Organizations in China): 225-51.

Lipold, Paul and Larry Isaac. 2009. “Striking Deaths: Lethal Contestation and the ‘Exceptional’ Character of the American Labor Movement, 1870-1970.” International Review of Social History 54 (August): 167-205.

McCammon Holly J. 2009. “Beyond Frame Resonance: The Argumentative Structure and Persuasive Capacity of Twentieth-Century U.S. Women’s Jury Rights Frames.” Mobilization: An International Journal 14:45-64.

McCammon, Holly J. 2009. “Juries.” Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing.

McCammon, Holly J., Courtney Sanders Muse, Harmony D. Newman, and Teresa M. Terrell. 2009. “Movement Framing and Discursive Opportunity Structures: The Political Successes of the U.S. Women’s Jury Movements.” In Social Movements: Readings on Their Emergence, Mobilization, Dynamics, and Impact, edited by David Snow and Doug McAdam. New York: Oxford University Press.

Metzl JM. “The Humanities Do Not Soften Hard Science: Biocultures and the Medical Humanities,” PMLA 2009; 24(3): 951-953.

Metzl JM. 2009. “China’s Ill-Considered Response to the H1N1 Flu.” In Marsha Meeks, ed., At Issue: The H1N1 Flu. Gale: Dallas.

Murray, Joshua. 2009. “Direct-to-consumer Prescription Drug Advertising in a Global Context: A comparison between New Zealand and the United States.” Salute e Societa (Health and Society), Anno VIII (2): 189-208, edited by Antonio Maturo and Peter Conrad and published in Italian and English

Racine, Elizabeth F., Kevin D. Frick, Donna Strobino, Laura M. Carpenter, Renee Milligan & Linda C. Pugh. 2009. “How Motivation Influences Breastfeeding Duration Among Low-Income Women.” Journal of Human Lactation 25(2): 173-181.

Song, Lijun and Nan Lin. 2009. “Social Capital and Health Inequality: Evidence from Taiwan.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior 50(2): 149-63. Reprinted in Nan Lin (ed.). 2010. Social Capital: Critical Concepts in the Social Sciences. Volume 4. London: Routledge.

Song, Lijun. 2009. “The Effect of the Cultural Revolution on Educational Homogamy in Urban China.” Social Forces 88(1): 257-70.

Tzankova, Zdrakva.  2009. “The science and politics of ecological risk: bioinvasions policies in the US and Australia.” Environmental Politics, 18 (3): 333-350.

Weinreb, Alexander A., and Mariano Sana. 2009. “The Effects of Questionnaire Translation on Demographic Data and Analysis.” Population Research and Policy Review 28(4):429-454.

2008

Carpenter, Laura M. 2008. The Ambiguity of Sex and Virginity Loss: Insights from Feminist Research Methods. Pp. 89-98 in The New Basics: Sex, Gender, and Sexuality, Abby L. Ferber, Kimberly Holcomb & Tre Wentling (Eds.). New York: Oxford University Press.

Casper, Monica J. & Laura M. Carpenter. 2008. Sex, Drugs, and Politics: The HPV Vaccine for Cervical Cancer. Sociology of Health and Illness 30(6): 886-899. Reprinted in Rose Weitz and Samantha Kwan (Eds.), The Politics of Women’s Bodies, 4th edition, Oxford University Press, 2013.

Christie-Mizell, C. André, Erin M. Pryor, and Elizabeth R. B. Grossman. 2008. “Child Depressive Symptoms, Spanking and Emotional Support: Differences between African American and European American Youth.” Family Relations, 57: 335-350.

Donato, Katharine M., Brandon Wagner, and Evelyn Patterson. 2008. “Recent Patterns and Trends in the Cat and Mouse Game at the Mexico-U.S. Border.” International Migration Review 42: 330-359.

Hess, David. 2008. “Localism and the Environment.” Sociology Compass 2(2): 625-638.

Hess, David. 2008. “Science, Technology, and Social Movements.” By David Hess, Steve Breyman, Nancy Campbell, and Brian Martin. Handbook of Science and Technology, edited by Ed Hackett, Olga Amsterdamska, Michael Lynch, and Judy Wajcman.

Isaac, Larry, Dan Harrison, & Paul Lipold. 2008. “Class Conflict in Capitalist Society: Foundations and Comparative-Historical Patterns.” Pp. 275-295 in Encyclopedia of Violence, Peace, and Conflict, second edition, edited by Lester Kurtz. Oxford: Academic Press.

Isaac, Larry. 2008. “Counter Frames and Allegories of Evil: Characterizations of Labor by Gilded Age Elites.” Work and Occupations 35 (November): 388-421.

Isaac, Larry. 2008. “Movement of Movements: Culture Moves in the Long Civil Rights Struggle.” Social Forces 87 (September): 33-63.

Keil, Jacqueline M. and C. André Christie-Mizell. 2008. “Motherhood: Beliefs, Fertility, and Earnings of African American, Hispanic, and Non-Hispanic White Mothers.” Hispanic Journal of Behavioral Sciences, 30: 299-323.

Kelner, Shaul. 2008. “Jewish Educational Travel.” in Roberta Louis Goodman, Paul J. Flexner and Linda Dale Bloomberg, eds., What We Now Know about Jewish Education: Perspectives on Research for Practice. Los Angeles: Torah Aura. Pp. 423-432.

Kelner, Shaul. 2008. “Ritualized Protest and Redemptive Politics: Cultural Consequences of the American Mobilization to Free Soviet Jewry,” Jewish Social Studies 14(3): 1-37. Reprinted in Levine, Eric and Simcha Fishbane, eds. Forthcoming December 2015. Contention, Controversy, and Change: Evolutions and Revolutions in the Jewish Experience. Brighton, MA: Academic Studies Press. Pp. 144-182.

Lena, Jennifer and Daniel B. Cornfield. 2008. “Immigrant Arts Participation: A Pilot Study of Nashville Artists.” Pp. 147-169 in Steven J. Tepper and Bill Ivey, eds., Engaging Art: The Next Great Transformation of America’s Cultural Life, Routledge.

Lishner, David A., Amy B. Cooter, Zald, David H. 2008. “Addressing measurement limitations in affective rating scales: Development of an empirical valence scale.” Cognition & Emotion 22:180-192.

Lishner, David A., Amy B. Cooter, Zald, David H. 2008. “Rapid Emotional Contagion and Expressive Congruence Under Strong Test Conditions.” Journal of Nonverbal Behavior 32:225-239.

Lloyd, Richard. 2008. “Beyond the Protestant Ethic: Culture, Subjectivity and Instrumental Labor” in David Chalcroft, ed. Max Weber Matters Burlington UK: Aldershot

Lloyd, Richard. 2008. “Bohemians/Beatniks” entry in Ray Hutchison, ed. The Encyclopedia of Urban Studies Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Forthcoming

McCammon, Holly J. 2008. “Message from the Chair: Presidential Candidates and Social Movements.” Critical Mass Bulletin, Spring issue.

McCammon, Holly J., Soma Chaudhuri, Lyndi N. 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 113:1104-1147. Honorable Mention, 2009 Collective Behavior and Social Movements Outstanding Article Award, American Sociological Association

Patterson, Evelyn J. and Samuel H. Preston. 2008. “Estimating Mean Length of Stay in Prison: Methods and Applications.” Journal of Quantitative Criminology 24: 33-49.

Pitt, Richard N., and Elizabeth Borland. 2008. “Bachelorhood And Men’s Attitudes About Gender Roles.” Journal of Men’s Studies, Vol. 16. No. 2, 140-157.

Sana, Mariano, and Alexander A. Weinreb. 2008. “Insiders, Outsiders, and the Editing of Inconsistent Survey Data.” Sociological Methods and Research 36(4):515-541. Reprinted in Vogt, W. Paul. 2010. Data Collection. SAGE Benchmarks in Social Research Methods series, Vol.3: 173-196. Sage Publications, London.

Sana, Mariano. 2008. “Growth of Migrant Remittances from the United States to Mexico, 1990-2004.” Social Forces, 86(3):995-1025.

Sasson, Theodore, and Shaul Kelner. 2008. “From Shrine to Forum: Masada and the Politics of Jewish Extremism,” Israel Studies 13(2): 146-63.

2007

Carpenter, Laura M. 2007. Sexual Health. Pp. 4234–4238 in the Encyclopedia of Sociology, George Ritzer (editor). Vol. IX. Oxford: Blackwell Publishing.

Christie-Mizell, C. André and Rebecca J. Erickson. 2007. “Mothers and Mastery: The Consequences of Perceived Neighborhood Disorder.” Social Psychology Quarterly, 70: 340-365.

Christie-Mizell, C. André, Jacqueline M. Keil, Aya Kimura, and Stacye A. Blount. 2007. “Gender Ideology and Motherhood: Exploring Race Differences in Earnings.” Sex Roles, 57: 689–702.

Cohen, Steven M. and Shaul Kelner. 2007. “Why Jewish Parents Send Their Children to Day Schools.” in Jack Wertheimer, ed., Family Matters: Jewish Education in an Age of Choice. Hanover, NH: University Press of New England. Pp. 80-100.

Cornfield, Daniel B. and William Canak. 2007. “Immigrants and Labor in a Globalizing City: Prospects for Coalition Building in Nashville.” Pp. 163-177 in Lowell Turner and Daniel B. Cornfield, eds. 2007. Labor in the New Urban Battlegrounds: Local Solidarity in a Global Economy. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

Erving, Christy. 2007. “The Health of the Hispanic Elderly: Mortality, Morbidity, and Barriers to Healthcare Access.” National Hispanic Council on Aging.

Hess, David. “Special Issue on Urban Agriculture,” ed. by Kim Jin-Oh. Environment and Landscape Architecture. 2007 Alternative Pathways in Science and Industry. MIT Press. Analysis of the generative dimensions of social movements in industrial innovation with emphasis on environmental and equity issues. Excerpted in: “Science in an Era of Neoliberal Globalization.” In Sandra Harding (ed.), The Postcolonial Studies Reader. Routledge

Hess, David. 2007 “Crosscurrents: Social Movements and the Anthropology of Science and Technology.” American Anthropologist 109(3): 463-472.

Hess, David. 2007 “Enhancing Justice and Sustainability at the Local Level: Affordable Policies for Urban Governments.” By David Hess and Langdon Winner. Local Environment. 12(4): 1-17.

Hess, David. 2007 “What is a Clean Bus? Object Conflicts in the Greening of Urban Transit.” Sustainability: Science, Practice, and Policy 3(1): 1-14.

 

Kelner, Shaul. 2007. “Who is Being Taught? Jewish Early Childhood Education’s Adult-Centered Approach.” Chapter 3  in Jack Wertheimer, ed., Family Matters: Jewish Education in an Age of Choice. Hanover, NH: University Press of New England. Pp. 59-79.

Kelner, Shaul, and Steven M. Cohen. 2007. “Toward the Study of Community Effects on Jewish Engagement: The Case of Educational Enrollment.” Chapter 9 in Jack Wertheimer, ed., Family Matters: Jewish Education in an Age of Choice. Hanover, NH: University Press of New England. Pp. 257-74.

Lloyd, Richard. 2007. “Postindustrial Bohemia: Culture, Neighborhood and the Global Economy” in Saskia Sassen, ed. Deciphering the Global: Its Spaces, Scalings, and Subjects New York: Routledge. Pp. 21-39.

McCammon, Holly J. 2007. “Message from the Incoming Chair: Graduate Students and the CBSM Section.” Critical Mass Bulletin, Fall issue.

McCammon, Holly J. 2007. “State Regulation and the Workplace” Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology. Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing.

McCammon, Holly J., 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 72:725-49. Named one of four finalists for the 2008 Collective Behavior and Social Movements Outstanding Article Award, American Sociological Association

McClelland, S and JM Metzl. “Male Power and Potency.” In Flood, M. and Michael Flood, Kegan Gardiner, J, eds, Routledge International Encyclopedia of Men and Masculinities (Rutgers: New Brunswick, 2007).

Metzl, JM, and Herzig, R. “Medicalization in the 21st Century.” Lancet 2007; 369: 697-98.

Metzl, JM, and Howell, JD. “GREAT MOMENTS: Authenticity, Ideology, and the Telling of Medical ‘History.’” Literature and Medicine 2007; 25(2):502–521.

Metzl, JM. “If DTC Ads Come to Europe: Lessons from the American Marketplace.” Lancet 2007; 369: 704-06.

Most, Steven B., Smith, Stephen D., and Amy B. Cooter. 2007. “The naked truth: Positive, arousing distractors impair rapid target perception.” Cognition & Emotion 21:964-981.

Sana, Mariano, and Douglas S. Massey. 2007. “Family and Migration in Comparative Perspective: Reply to King.” Social Science Quarterly 88(3):908-911.

Severtis, Jr., Ronald J. and C. André Christie-Mizell. 2007. “Greek-Letter Membership and College Graduation: Does Race Matter?” Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare, 34: 95-117.

Turner, Lowell and Daniel B. Cornfield, eds. Labor in the New Urban Battlegrounds: Local Solidarity in a Global Economy. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, 2007

Turner, Lowell and Daniel B. Cornfield. 2007. “Conclusion: Seeking Solidarity . . . Why and With Whom?” Pp. 235-251 in Lowell Turner and Daniel B. Cornfield, eds. 2007. Labor in the New Urban Battlegrounds: Local Solidarity in a Global Economy. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

Tzankova, Zdrakva.  2007. “Sustainability assessment for U.S. farmed sturgeon. Seafood Watch Report.” Monterey Bay Aquarium Seafood Watch Program.

2006

Carpenter, Laura M., Constance A. Nathanson & Young J. Kim. 2006. “Sex After 40?: Gender, Ageism, and Sexual Partnering in Midlife.” Journal of Aging Studies 20(2): 93-106.

Christie-Mizell, C. André. 2006. “The Effects of Traditional Family and Gender Ideology on Earnings: Race and Gender Differences.” Journal of Family and Economic Issues, 27: 48-71.

Cornfield, Daniel. 2006. “Immigration, Economic Restructuring, and Labor Ruptures: From the Amalgamated to Change to Win.” WorkingUSA: The Journal of Labor and Society, vol. 9 (June): 215-223.

Cornfield, Daniel. 2006. “Tendencias Mundiales Recientes en la Sociología de Trabajo.” Pp. 122-132 in Tratado Latinoamericano de Sociología, edited by Enrique de la Garza Toledo. Barcelona: Anthropos Editorial.

Hess, David. 2006. “Antiangiogensis Research and the Dynamics of Scientific Research Fields: Historical and Institutional Perspectives in the Sociology of Science.” In Scott Frickel and Kelly Moore (eds.), The New Political Sociology of Science: Institutions, Networks, and Power. University of Wisconsin Press.

Hess, David. 2006. “Backfire, Repression, and the Theory of Transformative Events.” By David Hess and Brian Martin. Mobilization 11(2): 249-267. Most highly cited article in this journal for this year (as of May, 2016).

Hess, David. 2006. “The University and Sustainable Regional Industries.” In The River Farm Conversations, ed. by Arthur Nelson, Barbara Allen, and David Trauger. Alexandria, VA: Metropolitan Institute, Virginia Tech.

Isaac, Larry and Dan Harrison. 2006. “Corporate Warriors: The State and Changing Forms of Private Armed Force in America.” Current Perspectives in Social Theory 24: 149-184.

Isaac, Larry, Steve McDonald, & Greg Lukasik. 2006. “Takin’ it from the Streets: How the Sixties Mass Movement Revitalized Unionization.” American Journal of Sociology 112 (July): 46-96.

Lin, Juren and Lijun Song. 2006. “Social Mobility of Residents in Shandong Province.” Pp. 145-66 in Contemporary Social Development Studies, edited by Zhonghua He and Juren Lin. Jinan: Shandong People’s Publishing House.

Lin, Juren, Zhongming Ge, Lijun Song, Peng Wang, and Yuxi Xie. 2006. Jonathan H. Turner, Macrodynamics: Toward a Theory on the Organization of Human Populations. Beijing: Peking University Press.

Lloyd, Richard. 2006. “Urban Tourism” entry in George Ritzer, ed. The Encyclopedia of Sociology Oxford UK: Blackwell.

Lloyd, Richard. 2006. Neo-Bohemia: Art and Commerce in the Postindustrial City New York: Routledge

Noble, Rosevelt L. 2006. Black Rage in the American Prison System.  New York: LFB Scholarly Publishing.

Phillips, Benjamin, and Shaul Kelner. 2006. “Reconceptualizing Religious Change: Ethno-Apostasy and Change in Religion among American Jews.” Sociology of Religion 67(4): 507-24.

Pitt, Richard N. 2006. “Downlow Mountain? De/Stigmatizing Bisexuality Through Pitying And Pejorative Discourses In Popular Media.” Journal of Men’s Studies, Vol. 14. No. 2, 257-261.

Sana, Mariano, and Chiung-Yin Hu. 2006. “Is International Migration a Substitute for Social Security?” Well-Being and Social Policy 2(2):27-48. Spanish version: Sana, Mariano, and Chiung-Yin Hu. 2006. “Migración Internacional: ¿Sustituto de la Seguridad Social?” Bienestar y Política Social 2(2):29-51.

2005

Campbell, Karen E. and Holly J. McCammon. 2005. “Elizabeth Blackwell’s Heirs: Women as Physicians in the U.S., 1870-1920.” Work and Occupations 32:290-318.

Carpenter, Laura M. 2005. Virginity Lost: An Intimate Portrait of First Sexual Experiences. New York: New York University Press. Reviewed in American Journal of Sociology, Archives of Sexual Behavior, Gender & Society, Journal of the History of Childhood and Youth, Journal of Sex Research, Social Forces Chapter 4, “A Natural Step,” reprinted in J. K. Davidson, N. B. Moore & T. D. Fisher (Eds.), Speaking of Sexuality: Interdisciplinary Readings, Oxford University Press, 2009.

Cornfield, Daniel. 2005. “Professions and Inter-Disciplinary Teamwork in Socially Embedded Bureaucracies: Synthesis and Hypotheses on the Impact of Informal and Formal Organization.” Enterprise and Work Innovation Studies, no. 1 (November): 27-36.

Cornfield, Daniel. 2005. “Tactics and the Social Context of Social Movement Unionism in the Service Economy.” Labor History, vol. 46., no. 3 (August): 347-355.

Hess, David. 2005. “Cancer.” In Carl Mitcham, ed., Encyclopedia of Science, Technology, and Ethics. Detroit: Macmillan Reference USA. Vol. 1: 285-288. Updated in 2014.

Hess, David. 2005. “Complementary and Alternative Medicine.” In Carl Mitcham, ed., Encyclopedia of Science, Technology, and Ethics. Detroit: Macmillan Reference USA. Vol. 1: 384-387. Updated in 2014.

Hess, David. 2005. “Complementary and Alternative Medicine.” In Sal Restivo, ed., Oxford Encyclopedia of Science, Technology, and Society. Pp. 67-72. Oxford University Press.

Hess, David. 2005. “Technology- and Product-Oriented Movements: Approximating Social Movement Studies and STS.” Science, Technology, and Human Values 30(4): 515-535.

Hewitt, Lyndi and Holly J. McCammon. 2005. “Explaining Suffrage Mobilization: Balance, Neutralization, and Range in Collective Action Frames, 1892-1919.” In Frames of Protest: Social Movements and the Framing Perspective, edited by John A. Noakes and Hank Johnston. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield.

King, Nancy, and Rosevelt L. Noble. 2005. “Jury Sentencing in Non-Capital Cases: Comparing Severity and Variance with Judicial Sentences in Three States.” Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 2(2): 331-367.

Massey, Douglas S., and Mariano Sana. 2003. “Patterns of U.S. Migration from Mexico, the Caribbean and Central America.” Migraciones Internacionales 2(2): 5-39.

Metzl, JM and Poirier, S, eds. Difference and Identity in Medicine 2005 Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Ramadier, T., Lee-Gosselin, M. E. H., & Alexandre Frenette. 2005. “Conceptual perspectives for explaining spatio-temporal behaviour in urban areas.” In M. E. H. Lee-Gosselin & S. T. Doherty (Eds.), Integrated land-use and transportation models: Behavioural foundations (pp. 87-100). Oxford: Elsevier.

Sana, Mariano, and Douglas S. Massey. 2005. “Household Composition, Family Migration and Community Context: Migrant Remittances in Four Countries.” Social Science Quarterly 86(2):509-528.

Sana, Mariano. 2005. “Buying Membership in the Transnational Community: Migrant Remittances, Social Status and Assimilation.” Population Research and Policy Review 24(3):231-261.

Tao, Guoyu, Evelyn Patterson, Lisa M. Lee, Stephanie Sansom, Silvia Teran, and Kathleen L. Irwin. 2005. “Prenatal Syphilis and HIV Screening of Commercially Insured Women.” American Journal of Preventive Medicine 28:175-81.

2004

Christie-Mizell, C. André. 2004. “The Immediate and Long-term Effects of Family Income on Child and Adolescent Bullying.” Sociological Focus, 37: 25-41.

Cornfield, Daniel B. and Angela Arzubiaga. 2004. “Immigrants and Education in the U.S. Interior: Integrating and Segmenting Tendencies in Nashville, Tennessee.” Peabody Journal of Education, Vol. 79, No. 2: 157-179.

Donato, Katharine M. and Evelyn Patterson. 2004. “Women and Men at the Border: Undocumented Border Crossing,” Pp. 111-30 in Jorge Durand and Douglas S. Massey (eds.), Crossing the Border: Research from the Mexican Migration Project. New York, NY: Russell Sage Foundation.

Hess, David. 2004. “CAM Cancer Therapies in Twentieth-Century North America: Examining Continuities and Change.” In Robert Johnston (ed.), The Politics of Healing. Routledge.

Hess, David. 2004. “Medical Modernization, Scientific Research Fields, and the Movement for Complementary and Alternative Cancer Therapies.” Sociology of Health and Illness 26(6): 695-709.

Hess, David. 2004. “Organic Agriculture and Food in the U.S.: Object Conflicts in a Health-Environmental Social Movement” Science as Culture 13(4): 493-514.

Hess, David. 2004. Science as Culture, editor of special issue on “Health, the Environment, and Social Movements,” 13(4). Edited collection with an introduction.

Hewitt, Lyndi and Holly J. McCammon. 2004. “Explaining Suffrage Mobilization: Balance, Neutralization, and Range in Collective Action Frames, 1892-1919.” Mobilization: An International Journal 9:149-166.

King, Nancy, and Rosevelt L. Noble. 2004. “Felony Jury Sentencing in Practice: A Three-State Study.” Vanderbilt Law Review 57: 885-962.

Lin, Juren and Lijun Song. 2004. “Women’s Educational Status and Educated Opportunities.” Pp. 123-63 in Survey Research on Women’s Social Status in Shandong: 1990-2000, edited by Yulan Zhao, Xingyu Ji, and Ping Zhuang. Beijing: Chinese Women Publishing House.

Lloyd, Richard. 2004. “The Neighborhood in Cultural Production: Material and Symbolic Resources in the New Bohemia” City and Community 3:4 343-371.

McCammon, Holly J. 2004. “Legal Limits on Labor Militancy: U.S. Labor Law and the Right to Strike since the New Deal.” In Social Problems, Law, and Society, edited by A. Kathryn Stout, Richard A. Dello Buono, and William J. Chambliss. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield Publishers.

McCammon, Holly J., Lyndi Hewitt, and Sandy Smith. 2004 “No Weapon Save Argument”: Strategic Frame Amplification in the U.S. Woman Suffrage Movements.” The Sociological Quarterly 45:529-556.

Metzl JM, and Howell, JD. “Making History: Lessons from the Great Moments Series of Pharmaceutical Advertisements.” Academic Medicine 2004; 79(11): 1027-32.

Metzl, JM, and Poirier,S. “Multiculturalism in Medicine.” Literature and Medicine 2004; 23(1): 6-12.

Metzl, JM, Angel, J. “Assessing the Impact of SSRI Antidepressants on Popular Notions of Women’s Depressive Illness.” Social Science and Medicine 2004; 58(3): 577-584.

Metzl, JM, Poirier S. “Difference and Identity in Medicine,” special issue of Literature and Medicine 2004; 23(1).

Metzl, JM. “From Scopophilia to ‘Survivor’: A Brief History of Voyeurism, 1950-2004.” Textual Practice 2004; 18(3): 415-34.

Metzl, JM. “Voyeur Nation? Changing Definitions of Voyeurism, 1950-2004.” Harvard Review of Psychiatry 2004; 12(2): 127-31.

Metzl, JM: “The Pharmaceutical Gaze: Psychiatry, Scopophilia, and Psychotropic Medication Advertising, 1964-1985” in Friedman, ed., Cultural Sutures: Medicine and the Media, 2004 Durham: Duke University Press: 15-36.

Tzankova, Zdrakva.  2004. “Understanding and rethinking the legal and regulatory frameworks for marine aquaculture in the United States.” SeaWeb Consulting Report.

White, K., B. O’Neill, and Zdravka Tzankova. 2004. “At crossroads: will aquaculture fulfill the promise of the blue revolution?” A SeaWeb Publication.

2003

Arum, Richard, Richard Pitt, and Jennifer Thompson. 2003. “From The Bench To The Paddle” Pp 127-158 in Judging School Discipline: The Crisis of Moral Authority in American Schools by Richard Arum with Irenee Beattie, Richard Pitt, Jenn Thompson, and Sandra Way. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.

Christie-Mizell, C. André, Lala Carr Steelman and Jennifer Stewart. 2003. “Seeing Their Surroundings: The Effects of Neighborhood Setting and Race on Maternal Stress Levels.” Social Science Research, 32: 402-428.

Christie-Mizell, C. André. 2003. “Bullying: The Consequences of Interparental Discord and Child’s Self-Concept.” Family Process, 42: 237-251.

Christie-Mizell, C. André. 2003. “Racial Variation in the Effects of Sons versus Daughters on the Disruption of the First Marriage.” Journal of Divorce and Remarriage, 38: 41-60.

Cornfield, Daniel B. and Holly J. McCammon, editors. 2003. Research in the Sociology of Work. Volume 11. JAI Press.

Cornfield, Daniel B. and Holly J. McCammon, eds., 2003. Labor Revitalization: Global Perspectives and New Initiatives. Amsterdam: Elsevier.

Cornfield, Daniel B. and Holly J. McCammon. 2003. “Revitalizing Labor: Global Perspectives and a Research Agenda.” Research in the Sociology of Work. Volume 11. JAI Press.

Gardiner P, Metzl, JM, Lewis, B. 2003. “The Cultural Studies Of Psychiatry,” special issue of the Journal of Medical Humanities; 24 (1).

Gardiner, P and Metzl, JM. 2003. “The Cultural Studies Of Psychiatry: An Introduction,” Journal of Medical Humanities; 24 (1): 1-9.

Hess, David. 2003. “Product Design and Innovation: Evolution of an Interdisciplinary Design Curriculum.” By Frances Bronet, Ron Eglash, Gary Gabriele, David Hess, and Larry Kagan. International Journal of Engineering Education (IJEE) 19(1): 183-191.

Hess, David. 2003. “Technology, Medicine, and Modernity.” In Arie Rip, Philip Brey, and Tom Misa, Technology and Modernity. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Kelner, Shaul. 2003-4. “The Impact of Israel Experience Programs on Israel’s Symbolic Meaning.” Contemporary Jewry 24: 124-154.

McCammon, Holly J. 2003. “’Out of the Parlors and Into the Streets’: The Changing Tactical Repertoire of the U.S. Women’s Suffrage Movements.” Social Forces 81:787-818.

Metzl, JM and Howel, JD. 2003. “Depression and Art: Albrecht Dürer’s Melencolia, I,” Academic Medicine; 78 (4): 383-84.

Metzl, JM and Riba, M. 2003. “Understanding the Symbolic Values of Psychotropic Medications,” Primary Psychiatry, 10 (7).

Metzl, JM. 2003. “Author Exchange: Gender and Nation in Post-war Visual Culture,” Gender and History; 15 (3): 256-62.

Metzl, JM. 2003. “Making ‘Mother’s Little Helper’: The Crisis of Psychoanalysis and the Miltown Resolution, 1954-1959,” Gender and History; 15 (3): 228-55.

Metzl, JM. 2003. “Selling Sanity Through Gender: Psychiatry and the Dynamics of Pharmaceutical Advertising,” Journal of Medical Humanities; 24 (1): 79-103.

Metzl, JM. 2003. “Understanding Psychotropic Medications as Literary Symbols.” Virtual Mentor: Ethics Journal of the American Medical Association; 5 (10).

Metzl, JM. 2003. Prozac on the Couch: Prescribing Gender in the Era of Wonder Drugs. Durham: Duke University Press.

Ni, Anru and Lijun Song. 2003. “Gender Difference in Social Capital Attainment—A New Perspective for Interpreting the Traditional Gender Division of Labor.” Pp. 410-21in Women’s Social Status in China at the Turn of the Century, edited by Yongping Jiang. Beijing: Contemporary China Publishing House.

Song, Lijun and Juren Lin. 2003. “Gender Difference on Occupational Status Attainment.” Journal of Anhui Agricultural University (social science edition) 12 (2): 70-4.

Song, Lijun and Xue Xia. 2003. “Sex Inequality in Employment and Income.” Pp.149-76 in Multiple Perspectives on Gender, edited by Juren Lin. Guangzhou: Yangcheng Evening Paper Publishing House.

2002

Carpenter, Laura M. 2002. “Analysis of Textual Material.” Pp. 327-343 in Handbook for Conducting Research on Human Sexuality, Michael W. Wiederman and Bernard E. Whitley, Jr., (Eds.). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Carpenter, Laura M. 2002. “Gender and the Social Construction of Virginity Loss in the Contemporary United States.” Gender & Society 16(3): 345-365.

Clark, Terry Nichols, Richard Lloyd, Kenneth Wong, and Pushpam Jain. 2002. “Amenities Drive Urban Growth” Journal of Urban Affairs 24:5 517-532. Reprinted in Terry Nichols Clark, ed. 2004. The City as an Entertainment Machine New York: Elsevier Science.

Cornfield, Daniel B. and Randy Hodson, eds., Worlds of Work: Building an International Sociology of Work. New York: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers, 2002

Hess, David. 2002. “Science Studies and Activism: Possibilities and Problems for Reconstructivist Agendas,” by E.J. Woodhouse, David Hess, Steve Breyman, and Brian Martin. Social Studies of Science 32(2): 297-319.

Hess, David. 2002. “Stronger Versus Weaker Integration Policies.” American Journal of Public Health 92(10): 12-14.

Hess, David. 2002. “The Raw and the Organic: Politics of Therapeutic Cancer Diets in the U.S.” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 583(September): 76-97.

Isaac, Larry and Lars Christiansen. 2002. “How the Civil Rights Movement Revitalized Labor Militancy.” American Sociological Review 67 (October): 722-746.

Isaac, Larry. 2002. “In Search of American Labor’s Syndicalist Heritage.” Labor Studies Journal 27 (Summer): 21-37.

Isaac, Larry. 2002. “To Counter ‘The Very Devil’ and More: The Making of Independent Capitalist Militia in Gilded Age America.” American Journal of Sociology 108 (September): 353-405.

Lloyd, Richard. 2002. “Neo-bohemia: Art and Neighborhood Redevelopment in Chicago” Journal of Urban Affairs 24:5 517-532. Reprinted in Nancy Kleniewski, ed. 2005. Cities and Society Cambridge UK: Blackwell.

McCammon, Holly J. and Karen, E. Campbell. 2002. “Allies on the Road to Victory: Coalition Formation between the Suffragists and the Woman’s Christian Temperance Union.” Mobilization: An International Journal 7:231-51.

Metzl, JM. 2002. “Introspections: Angela,” American Journal of Psychiatry 159: 1665-1666.

Metzl, JM. 2002. “Prozac, and the Pharmacokinetics of Narrative Form,” SIGNS: The Journal of Women, Culture, and Society; 27 (2): 347-380.

2001

Becker, George. 2001. “The Association of Creativity and Psychopathology: Its Cultural-Historical Origins.” Creativity Research Journal. (Special Issue). Vol. 13, No.1, January: 45-68.

Carpenter, Laura M. 2001. “The Ambiguity of ‘Having Sex’: The Subjective Experience of Virginity Loss in the United States.” The Journal of Sex Research 38(2): 127-139.

Carpenter, Laura M. 2001. “The First Time/ Das Erstes Mal: Approaches to Sexuality in U.S. and German Teen Magazines.” Youth & Society 33(1): 31-61.

Cornfield, Daniel B. and Bill Fletcher. 2001. “The U.S. Labor Movement: Toward a Sociology of Labor Revitalization.” Pp. 61-82 in Arne Kalleberg and Ivar Berg (eds.), Sourcebook of Labor Markets. New York: Plenum.

Cornfield, Daniel B., Karen Campbell, and Holly McCammon, eds., 2001. Working in Restructured Workplaces: Challenges and New Directions for the Sociology of Work. Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications.

Cornfield, Daniel B., Karen E. Campbell, and Holly J. McCammon, editors. 2001. Working in Restructured Workplaces: Challenges and New Directions for the Sociology of Work. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Griffin, Larry and Larry Isaac. 2001. “Social Class.” Encyclopedia of American Studies 4: 135-142.

Hess, David. 2001. “Ethnography and the Development of Science and Technology Studies.” Sage Handbook of Ethnography. Paul Atkinson, Amanda Coffey, Sara Delamont, Lyn Lofland, and John Lofland, eds. Translated into Russian (Etnografischeskoe Obozrenie).

Hess, David. 2001. “Scientific Culture.” In Neil J. Smelser and Paul B. Bates, eds., International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences, Oxford, Pergamon.

Hess, David. 2001. Studying Those Who Study Us, by Diana Forsythe. Posthumous collection on artificial intelligence and gender. Edited by and with an introduction by David Hess. Stanford: Stanford University Press.

Lin, Juren, Ping Zhao, and Lijun Song. 2001. Michael Mulkay, Science and the Sociology of Knowledge. Beijing: Oriental Publishing House.

Lloyd, Richard and Terry Nichols Clark. 2001. “The City as an Entertainment Machine” Research in Urban Sociology: Critical Perspectives on Urban Redevelopment 6:357-378 Translated as “La città come macchina per l’intrattenimento”, in G. Borelli (ed.). 2005. Un paese diverso. Modi di governence nelle città americane (A different country. Kinds of governance in the US cities), Angeli, Milano

McCammon, Holly J. 2001. “Labor’s Legal Mobilization: Why and When Do Workers Litigate Unfair Labor Practices?” Work and Occupations 28:143-75.

McCammon, Holly J. 2001. “Stirring Up Suffrage Sentiment: The Emergence of the State Woman Suffrage Movements, 1866-1914.” Social Forces 80:449-480.

McCammon, Holly J. and Karen E. Campbell. 2001. “Winning the Vote in the West: The Political Successes of the State Suffrage Movements, 1866-1919.” Gender & Society 15:55-82.

McCammon, Holly J., Karen E. Campbell, Ellen M. Granberg, and Christine Mowery. 2001. “How Movements Win: Gendered Opportunity Structures and the State Women’s Suffrage Movements, 1866-1919.” American Sociological Review 66:49-70.

Sana, Mariano. 2001. “La segunda transición demográfica y el caso argentino” (The Second Demographic Transition and the Argentine Case), pp.65-79 in Asociación de Estudios de Población de la Argentina (AEPA), V Jornadas Argentinas de Estudios de Población.

2000

Becker, George. 2000. “Educational ‘Preference’ of German Protestants and Catholics: The Politics Behind Educational Specialization.” In Review of Religious Research. Vol. 41, No. 3, March: 311-327.

Hess, David. 2000. “Medical Integration and Questions of Universalism.” [Portuguese] In Laura Graziela Gomes, ed. Twentieth Anniversary Commemoration of Carnavais, Malandros, e Heróis. Rio de Janeiro: Editora da Fundação Getúlio Vargas.

Hess, David. 2000. “Patients, Science, and Alternative Cancer Therapies.” In Preventing Cancer in North America, edited by Diane Wiener. Greenwood Press.

McCammon, Holly J. and Larry J. Griffin. 2000. “Workers and Their Customers and Clients: An Editorial Introduction.” Work and Occupations 27:278-293.

Metzl, JM. 2000. “Medication and the Therapeutic Alliance,” in Tasman and Riba, ed., The Doctor-Patient Relationship in Pharmacotherapy. New York: Guilford.

Metzl, JM. 2000. “Signifying Medications in Thom Jones’ ‘Superman, My Son,’” in Hudson-Jones, ed., MLA Teaching Literature and Medicine, Modern Language Association: New York: 338-43. Reprinted in Karr, ed., Short Story Criticism (56). Detroit: Gale.

Mizell, C. André and Lala Carr Steelman. 2000. “All My Children: The Consequences of Sibling Group Characteristics on the Marital Happiness of Young Mothers.” Journal of Family Issues, 21: 858-887.

Mizell, C. André. 2000. “Racial and Gender Variations in the Process Shaping Earnings’ Potential: The Consequences of Poverty in Early Adulthood.” Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare, 27: 113-138.

Parcel, Toby L. and Daniel B. Cornfield, eds., Work and Family: Research Informing Policy. Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications, 2000

Sana, Mariano and Douglas S. Massey. 2000. “Seeking Social Security: An Alternative Motivation for Mexico-US Migration.” International Migration 38(5):3-24.

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 Toby L. Parcel and Daniel B. Cornfield (eds.), Work and Family: Research Informing Policy. Thousand Oaks: Sage Publications.

Wang, Peng and Lijun Song. 2000. Jonathan H. Turner, “A Theory of Embedded Encounters” in Advances in Group Processes 17: 285-322. Foreign Sociology 6: 54-64.

1999

Cornfield, Daniel B. 1999. “Reestructuración del Lugar de Trabajo: Sus Implicancias para la Sociología del Trabajo en los Estados Unidos.” Pp. 49-68 in Enrique de la Garza Toledo (ed.), Los Retos Teóricos de los Estudios del Trabajo Hacia el Siglo XXI. Buenos Aires: CLACSO-ASDI-UAA, Colección Grupos de Trabajo de Consejo Latinoamericano de Ciencias Sociales (CLACSO).

Hess, David. 1999. “Suppression, Bias, and Selection in Science: The Case of Cancer Research.” Accountability in Research 6: 245-257.

Hess, David. 1999. “The Autonomy Question and the Changing Conditions of Social Scientific Work.” Anthropology of Work Review 20(1): 27-34.

Hess, David. 1999. Evaluating Alternative Cancer Therapies. Edited collection of interviews of leaders of the CAM cancer therapy movement. Rutgers University Press.

Isaac, Larry and Larry Christiansen. 1999. “Degradation of Labor, Cultures of Cooperation: Braverman’s ‘Labor,’ Lordstown, and the Social Factory.” Pp. 111-147 in Rethinking the Labor Process, edited by Mark Wardell, Peter Meiksens, and Tom Steiger. The State University of New York Press.

Isaac, Larry. 1999. “Class Conflict.” Encyclopedia of Violence, Peace, and Conflict Volume 1: 297-317.

McCammon, Holly J. 1999. “Using Event History Analysis in Historical Research: With Illustrations from a Study of the Passage of Women’s Protective Legislation.” In New Methods for Social History, edited by Larry J. Griffin and Marcel van der Linden. New York: Cambridge University Press.

Mizell, C. André. 1999. “African American Men’s Personal Sense of Mastery: The Consequences of the Adolescent Environment, Self-Concept and Adult Achievement.” Journal of Black Psychology, 25: 210-230.

Mizell, C. André. 1999. “Earnings’ Potential: The Consequences of Family Background, Adolescent Self-Concept and Adult Labor Force Factors.” Journal of African American Men, 4: 89-118.

Mizell, C. André. 1999. “Life Course Influences on African American Men’s Depression: Adolescent Parental Composition, Self-Concept and Adult Earnings.” Journal of Black Studies, 29(4): 467-490.

Mizell, C. André. 1999. “Rising Above Poverty: The Consequences of Poverty Status and Individual Characteristics on Earnings.” Working Paper Series (Paper #106). Chicago, IL: Joint Poverty Research Center.

Sana, Mariano and Edith A. Pantelides. 1999. “La pobreza entre los ancianos. Lo que dicen los datos a la luz de las limitaciones de la medición” (Poverty among the elderly in light of measurement limitations.) Desarrollo Económico 38(152):1005-1026.

Sana, Mariano. 1999. “Migrants, Unemployment and Earnings in the Buenos Aires Metropolitan Area.” International Migration Review 33(3):621-639.

1998

Carpenter, Laura M. 1998. “From Girls Into Women: Scripts for Sexuality and Romance in Seventeen Magazine, 1974-1994.” The Journal of Sex Research 35(2): 158-168.

Cornfield, Daniel B. and Bill Fletcher. 1998. “Institutional Constraints on Social Movement ‘Frame Extension’: Shifts in the Legislative Agenda of the American Federation of Labor, 1881-1955.” Social Forces, Vol. 76, No. 4, June: 1305-1321.

Cornfield, Daniel B. and Melinda D. Kane. 1998. “Sociological Approaches to Employment Research.” Pp. 239-251 in Keith Whitfield and George Strauss (eds.), Researching the World of Work: Strategies, Methods and Critical Views. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

Cornfield, Daniel B., Holly J. McCammon, Dean Eatman, and Darren McDaniels. 1998. “In the Community or in the Union? The Impact of Community Involvement on Non-Union Worker Attitudes about Unionizing.” Pp. 247-258 in Organizing to Win: New Research on Union Strategies, edited by Kate Bronfenbrenner, Sheldon Friedman, Richard Hurd, Rudolf Oswald, and Ronald Seeber. Ithaca: ILR Press.

Cornfield, Daniel B., Holly McCammon, Darren McDaniel, and Dean Eatman. 1998. “In the Community or in the Union? The Impact of Community Involvement on Non-Union Worker Attitudes About Unionizing.” In Kate Bronfenbrenner, Sheldon Friedman, Richard Hurd, Rudolph Oswald, and Ronald Seeber (eds.), Organizing to Win: New Research on Union Strategies. Ithaca: Cornell University Press, pp. 247-258

Cornfield, Daniel. 1997. “Sindicalismo e Conflictos de Status nos Estados Unidos: Por uma Estratégia de Pesquisa Integrada.” Revista Latinoamericana de Estudios del Trabajo, Ano 3, No 6, (actually appeared in July, 1998)

Friedman, Ray, Melinda Kane, and Daniel B. Cornfield. 1998. “Social Support and Career Optimism: Examining the Effectiveness of Network Groups among Black Managers.” Human Relations, Vol. 51, No. 9, September: 1155-1177.

Hess, David. 1998. “If You’re Thinking of Living in STS….A Guide for the Perplexed.” In Gary Downey and Joe Dumit (eds.), Cyborgs and Citadels: Anthropological Interventions in Emerging Sciences and Technologies. Santa Fe: SAR Press.

Hess, David. 1998. “PUS and PAS: The ‘Democracy Question’ in Science Studies.” Essay review of Steve Fuller, Science, with reply. Metascience 7(2): 312-16.

Hess, David. 1998. Women Confront Cancer. Edited collection of interviews with patient advocacy leaders. Coedited with my student Margaret Wooddell (first author). New York University Press.

Isaac, Larry, Larry Christiansen, Jamie Miller, and Tim Nickel. 1998. “Temporally Recursive Regression and Social Historical Inquiry: An Example of Cross-Movement Militancy spillover.” International Review of Social History 43 (Winter): 9-32. [Reprinted in Larry J. Griffin and Marcel van der Linden (eds.), New Methods for Social History, Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press, 1999]

McCammon, Holly J. 1998. “Using Event History Analysis in Historical Research: With Illustrations from a Study of the Passage of Women’s Protective Legislation.” International Review of Social History 43:33-55.

Metzl, JM and Riba M. 1998. “Psychiatry and the Humanities in the Age of Prozac,” Journal of Practical Psychiatry and Behavioral Health; 4:208-219.

Metzl, JM. 1998. “Love and Loss in Mann’s Death in Venice,” Academic Medicine.; 73(4):412-413.

Metzl, JM. 1998. “Psychotherapy, Managed Care, and the Economy of Interaction,” American Journal of Psychotherapy; 52(3):332-351.

Rofman, Rafael and Mariano Sana, 1998. “La pobreza en la tercera edad en el Gran Buenos Aires. Un análisis de su evolución y determinantes” (Elderly and Poverty in the Buenos Aires Metropolitan Area. An analysis of its evolution and determinants), pp. 577-597 in Honorable Senado de la Nación, Secretaría Parlamentaria, III Jornadas Argentinas de Estudios de la Población.

1997

Becker, George. 1997. “Replication and Reanalysis of Offenbacher’s School Enrollment Study: Implications for the Weber and Merton Theses.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion. Vol. 36, No. 4, December: 483-495.

Cornfield, Daniel. 1997. “Applying U.S. Research on Labor Union Membership Participation to South Korean Unions: An Assessment.” Korean Journal of Population and Development, Vol. 26, No. 2, December: 121-137 (actually appeared in April, 1998).

Hess, David. 1997. Can Bacteria Cause Cancer? History and politics of an alternative pathway in cancer research. New York University Press.

Hess, David. 1997. Science Studies. An advanced introduction to STS theory. New York University Press. Supplemental web lectures at www.davidjhess.org.

Isaac, Larry and Kevin Leicht. 1997. “Regimes of Power and the Power of Analytic Regimes: Explaining U.S. Military Procurement Keynesianism as Historical Process.” Historical Methods 30 (Winter): 28-45.

Isaac, Larry.1997. “Transforming Localities: Reflections on Time, Causality, and Narrative in Contemporary Historical Sociology.” Historical Methods 30 (Winter): 4-12.

McCammon, Holly J. and Melinda D. Kane. 1997. “Shaping Judicial Law in the Post-World War II Period: When Is Labor’s Legal Mobilization Successful?” Sociological Inquiry 67:275-298.

Metzl, JM. 1997. “Trauma, Listening, and ‘A Way You’ll Never Be,’” Medical Humanities Review; 11(1): 22-38.

Walters, Pamela Barnhouse, David R. James, and Holly J. McCammon. 1997. “Citizenship and Public Schools: Accounting for Racial Inequality in Education in the Pre- and Post-Disfranchisement South.” American Sociological Review 62:34-52.

1996

Hess, David. 1996. “Technology and Alternative Cancer Therapies.” Medical Anthropology Quarterly 10(4): 657-74.

McCammon, Holly J. 1996. “Protection for Whom? Maximum Hours Laws and Women’s Employment in the United States, 1880-1920.” Work and Occupations 23:132-164.

Metzl, JM. 1996. “Managed Mental Health: An Oxymoron of Ethics?” The Jefferson Journal of Psychiatry; 13(1): 40-47.

Stern, Robert N. and Daniel B. Cornfield (with Theresa I. Liska and Dee Anne Warmath). 1996. The U.S. Labor Movement: References and Resources. New York: G. K. Hall.

1995

Gabriel, George E. and Daniel B. Cornfield. 1995. “Segmentation and Standardization of Income Determination in Developing Nations: An Analysis of Urban-Rural Differences in Income Determinants in Sri Lanka.” Economic Development and Cultural Change, Vol. 43, No. 4, July: 717-734.

Hess, David. 1995. “Hierarchy, Hegemony, and the Construction of Brazilian Religious Therapies.” In The Brazilian Puzzle: Culture on the Borderlands of the Western World, edited by David Hess and Roberto DaMatta. New York: Columbia University Press.

Hess, David. 1995. “On Low-Tech Cyborgs.” In Chris Gray (ed.), The Cyborg Handbook. New York: Routledge.

Hess, David. 1995. Science and Technology in a Multicultural World. An exploration of various approaches to the culture concept in science and technology studies. Columbia University Press.

McCammon, Holly J. 1995. “The Politics of Protection: State Minimum Wage and Maximum Hours Laws for Women in the United States, 1870-1930.” The Sociological Quarterly 36:217-249.

Mizell, C. André and Clyde W. Franklin, II. 1995. “Some Factors Influencing Success among African-American Men: A Preliminary Study.” The Journal of Men’s Studies, 3: 191-204.

Sana, Mariano, 1995. “La desconcentración de la población en Argentina entre 1960 y 1991” (Population deconcentration in Argentina between 1960 and 1991), in Honorable Senado de la Nación, Secretaría Parlamentaria, II Jornadas Argentinas de Estudios de la Población, 117-132.

1994

Carpenter, Laura M. 1994. Critical Issues in Middle School Reform: School-Community Partnerships. Philadelphia: PATHS/PRISM (renamed Philadelphia Education Fund).

Cornfield, Daniel B. and Hyunhee Kim. 1994. “Socioeconomic Status and Unionization Attitudes in the United States.” Social Forces, Vol. 73, No. 2, December: 521-531.

Cornfield, Daniel. 1994. “Labor and the Participative Potential of the New Technology” (in Korean). In Young Bum Park, Anil Verma, Russell Lansbury, and Thomas Kochan (eds.), Industrial Relations and Human Resource Management in the Era of Globalization. Seoul: Korea Labor Institute, pp. 27-51.

Cornfield, Daniel. 1994-1995. “Potencial Participativo de las Nuevas Tecnologías y Sindicalismo.” Sociología del Trabajo, No. 23, Winter: 27-53.

Hess, David. 1994. “Parallel Universes: Anthropology in the World of Technoscience.” Anthropology Today 10(2): 16-18.

Hess, David. 1994. “Welcome to Cyberia: Notes on the Anthropology of Cyberculture.” Arturo Escobar with David J. Hess, Isabel Licha, Will Sibley, Marilyn Strathern, and Judith Sutz. Current Anthropology. 35(3): 223-24.

Isaac, Larry, Debra Street, and Stan Knapp. 1994. “Analyzing Historical Contingency with Formal Methods: The Case of the ‘Relief Explosion’ and 1968.” Sociological Methods & Research 22 (August): 114-141.

Isaac, Larry, Susan Carlson, and Mary Mathis. 1994. “Quality of Quantity in Comparative-Historical Analysis: Temporally Changing Wage Labor Regimes in the United States and Sweden.” Pp. 93-135 in Thomas Janoski and Alexander Hicks (eds.), The Comparative Political Economy of the Welfare State: New Methodologies and Approaches. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press.

Janoski, Thomas and Larry Isaac. 1994. “Introduction to Time-Series Analysis.” Pp. 31-53 in Thomas Janoski and Alexander Hicks (eds.), The Comparative Political Economy of the Welfare State: New Methodologies and Approaches. Cambridge, England: Cambridge University Press.

McCammon, Holly J. 1994. “Disorganizing and Reorganizing Conflict: Outcomes of the State’s Legal Regulation of the Strike Since the Wagner Act.” Social Forces 72:1011-1049.

1993

Becker, George. 1993. “Specialized Knowledge Claims and Professionalization: The Case of Psychiatry and Medicine in France” (Essay review). Journal of the History of the Behavioral Sciences. Vol. 29, No. 3, July: 201-212.

Cornfield, Daniel B. and Randy Hodson. 1993. “Labor Activism and Community: Causes and Consequences of Social Integration in Labor Unions.” Social Science Quarterly, Vol. 74, No. 3, September: 590-602.

Cornfield, Daniel. 1993. “Integrating U.S. Labor Leadership: Union Democracy and the Ascent of Ethnic and Racial Minorities and Women into National Union Offices.” In Samuel Bacharach, Ronald Seeber and David Walsh (eds.), Research in the Sociology of Organizations (special issue on labor relations and unions), Vol. 12. Greenwich, CT: JAI, pp. 51-74.

McCammon, Holly J. 1993. “From Repressive Intervention to Integrative Prevention: The U.S. State’s Legal Management of Labor Militancy, 1881-1978.” Social Forces 71:569-601.

McCammon, Holly J. 1993. “‘Government by Injunction’: The Role of the U.S. Judiciary in Managing Labor Militancy in the Late 19th and Early 20th Centuries.” Work and Occupations 20:174-204.

1992

Becker, George. 1992. “Pietism’s Confrontation with Enlightenment Rationalism: An Examination of the Relation between Ascetic Protestantism and Science.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, Vol. 30, No. 2, June: 139-158. (Honorable mention award in the 1993 competition for the SSSR Distinguished Article Award.)

Becker, George. 1992. “The Merton Thesis: Oetinger and German Pietism, A Significant Negative Case.” Sociological Forum. Vol. 7, No. 4, December: 641-660.

Cornfield, Daniel. 1992. “Technological Change and Labour Relations in the United States.” In Muneto Ozaki et al., Technological Change & Labour Relations. Geneva: International Labour Office, pp. 169-205.

Griffin, Larry and Larry Isaac. 1992. “Recursive Regression and the Historical Use of ‘Time’ in Time-Series Analysis of Historical Process.” Historical Methods 25 (Summer/Fall): 166-179.

Hess, David. 1992. “Disciplining Heterodoxy, Circumventing Discipline.” Knowledge and Society Volume 9: The Anthropology of Science and Technology. JAI Press.

Hess, David. 1992. “New Sciences, New Gods: Spiritism and Questions of Religious Pluralism in Latin America.” Occasional Papers of the Thomas J. Watson Institute for International Studies, “Conference on Competing Gods: Religious Pluralism in Latin America.” Brown University.

Hess, David. 1992. “The New Ethnography and the Anthropology of Science and Technology.” Introductory essay, Knowledge and Society Volume 9: The Anthropology of Science and Technology. JAI Press.

Hess, David. 1992. “Umbanda and Quimbanda Magic in Brazil: Rethinking Aspects of Bastide’s Work.” Archives des Sciences Sociales des Religions 79: 139-53.

1991

Cornfield, Daniel. 1991. “The Attitude of Employee Association Members toward Union Mergers: The Effect of Socioeconomic Status.” Industrial and Labor Relations Review, Vol. 44, No. 2, January: 334-348

Cornfield, Daniel. 1991. “The U.S. Labor Movement: Its Development and Impact on Social Inequality and Politics.” In W. Richard Scott and Judith Blake (eds.), Annual Review of Sociology, Vol. 17. Palo Alto, CA: Annual Reviews, pp. 27-49.

Griffin, Larry, Christopher Botsko, Ana-Maria Wahl, and Larry Isaac. 1991. “Theoretical Generality, Case particularity: Qualitative Comparative Analysis of Trade Union Growth and Decline.” International Journal of Comparative Sociology 32 (June): 110-136. [Reprinted in Charles Ragin (ed.), Issues and Alternatives in Comparative Social Research. Leiden, the Netherlands: E.J. Brill, 1991.]

Hess, David. 1991. “On Earth as It Is in Heaven: Reading Spiritist Otherworldly ‘Ethnographies.’” In Roberto Reis (ed.), Toward Socio-Criticism: Selected Proceedings of the Conference Luso-Brazilian Literatures, A Socio-Critical Approach.” Arizona State University at Tempe, Center for Latin American Studies.

1990

Cornfield, Daniel B., Hilquias B. Cavalcanti Filho and Bang Jee Chun. 1990.”Household, Work, and Labor Activism: Gender Differences in the Determinants of Union Membership Participation.” Work and Occupations, Vol. 17, No. 2, May: 131-151

Cornfield, Daniel. 1990. “Labor Unions, Corporations, and Families: Institutional Competition in the Provision of Social Welfare.” Marriage & Family Review (Special issue on “Corporations, Businesses and Families”), Vol. 15, Nos. 3/4:37-57

Griffin, Larry J., Holly J. McCammon, and Christopher Botsko. 1990. “The ‘Unmaking’ of a Movement?: The Crisis of U.S. Trade Unions in Comparative Perspective.” Pp. 169-194 in Change in Societal Institutions, edited by M. Hallinan, D. Klein, J. Glass. New York: Plenum.

Hess, David. 1990. “Ghosts and Domestic Politics in Brazil: Some Parallels between Spirit Infestation and Spirit Possession.Ethos: Journal of the Society for Psychological Anthropology 18(4): 407-38.

Hess, David. 1990. “Hiring Across the Curriculum,” by Rebecca Howard, David Hess, and Margaret Darby. Writing Program Administration 13.3: 27-36.

McCammon, Holly J. 1990. “Legal Limits on Labor Militancy: U.S. Labor Law and the Right to Strike since the New Deal.” Social Problems 37:206-229.

Walters, Pamela Barnhouse, David R. James, and Holly J. McCammon. 1990. “Accounting for Racial Inequality in Southern Education: A Reply to Ramirez.” Sociology of Education 63:145-150.

Walters, Pamela Barnhouse, Holly J. McCammon, and David R. James. 1990. “Schooling or Working? Public Education, Racial Politics and the Organization of Production in 1910.” Sociology of Education 62: 1-26.

1989

Cornfield, Daniel B. and Mark V. Leners. 1989. “Unionization in the Rural South: Regional Patterns of Industrialization and the Process of Union Organizing.” In William Falk and Thomas Lyson (eds.), Research in Rural Sociology and Development, Volume 4. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, pp. 137-152

Cornfield, Daniel. 1989. “Union Decline and the Political Demands of Organized Labor.” Work and Occupations (Special issue on “The New Economy”), Vol. 16, No. 3, August: 292-322

Cornfield, Daniel. 1989. Becoming a Mighty Voice: Conflict and Change in the United Furniture Workers of America. New York: Russell Sage Foundation.

Griffin, Larry J., Philip J. O’Connell, and Holly J. McCammon. 1989. “National Variation in the Context of Struggle: Post-War Class Conflict and Market Distribution.” Canadian Review of Sociology and Anthropology. 26:37-68

Hess, David. 1989. “Disobsessing Disobsession: Religion, Ritual, and Social Science in Brazil.” Cultural Anthropology 4(2): 182-193. Early version of chapter in Spirits and Scientists.

Isaac, Larry and Larry Griffin. 1989. “Ahistoricism in Time-Series Analyses of Historical Process: Critique, Redirection, and Illustrations from U.S. Labor History.” American Sociological Review 54 (December): 873-890.  Recipient of the American Sociological Association Comparative-Historical Section’s Award for “Best Article” 1990.

1987

Cornfield, Daniel B., Polly Phipps, Diane Bates, Deborah Carter, Trudie Coker, Kathleen Kitzmiller, and Peter Wood. 1987. “Office Automation, Clerical Workers, and Labor Relations in the Insurance Industry.” In Daniel B. Cornfield (ed.), Workers, Managers, and Technological Change: Emerging Patterns of Labor Relations. New York: Plenum, pp. 111-134

Cornfield, Daniel. 1987, “Decline and Diversification: Causes and Consequences for Organizational Governance.” In Samuel Bacharach and Nancy DiTomaso (eds.), Research in the Sociology of Organizations, Volume 5. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, pp. 187-216

Cornfield, Daniel. 1987. “Dualism in Contemporary Union-Management Relations.” In Proceedings of the 39th Annual Meetings of the Industrial Relations Research Association. Madison, WI: IRRA, pp. 358-367

Cornfield, Daniel. 1987. “Ethnic Inequality in Layoff Chances: The Impact of Unionisation on Layoff Procedure.” In Raymond M. Lee (ed.), Redundancy, Layoffs and Plant Closures: Their Character, Causes and Consequences. London: Croom Helm, pp. 116-140

Cornfield, Daniel. 1987. “Labor-Management Cooperation or Managerial Control? Emerging Patterns of Labor Relations in the United States.” In Daniel B. Cornfield (ed.), Workers, Managers, and Technological Change: Emerging Patterns of Labor Relations. New York: Plenum, pp. 331-353

Cornfield, Daniel. 1987. “Plant Shutdowns and Union Decline: The United Furniture Workers of America, 1963-1981.” Work and Occupations, Vol. 14, No. 3, August: 434-451

Cornfield, Daniel. 1987. “Women in the Automated Office: Computers, Work and Prospects for Unioniza-tion.” In David Lipsky, Donna Sockell and David Lewin (eds.), Advances in Industrial and Labor Relations, Volume 4. Greenwich, CT: JAI Press, pp. 177-198

Cornfield, Daniel. 1987. “Workers, Managers, and Technological Change.” In Daniel B. Cornfield (ed.), Workers, Managers, and Technological Change: Emerging Patterns of Labor Relations. New York: Plenum, pp. 3-24

Cornfield, Daniel. 1987. Workers, Managers and Technological Change: Emerging Patterns of Labor Relations, editor. New York: Plenum.

Hess, David. 1987. “O Espiritismo e as Ciências [Spiritism and the Sciences].” Religião e Sociedade 14(3): 40-54. Early version of chapter in Spirits and Scientists.

Hess, David. 1987. “Religion, Heterodox Science, and Brazilian Culture.” Social Studies of Science 17: 465-477. Portions later appeared in Spirits and Scientists.

Hess, David. 1987. “The Many Rooms of Brazilian Spiritism.” Luso-Brazilian Review 24.2: 15-34.

1986

Becker, George. 1986. “The Fallacy of the Received Word: A Reexamination of Merton’s Pietism-Science Thesis.” American Journal of Sociology, Vol. 91, No. 5, March: 1203-1218.

Cornfield, Daniel. 1986. “Declining Union Membership in the Post-World War II Era: The United Furniture Workers of America, 1939-1982.” American Journal of Sociology, Vol. 91, No. 5, March: 1112-1153

1985

Cornfield, Daniel. 1985. “Economic Segmentation and Expression of Labor Unrest: Striking versus Quitting in the Manufacturing Sector.” Social Science Quarterly, Vol. 66, No. 2, June :247-265

1984

Becker, George. 1984. “Ernest Theodor Krueger: A Founding Father of the Southern Sociological Society.” Pp. 12-14. The Southern Sociologist, Vol.15, No. 2, Winter.

Becker, George. 1984. “Pietism and Science: A Critique of Robert K. Merton’s Hypothesis.” American Journal of Sociology, Vol. 89, No. 5, March 1984:1065-1090. See also: Merton, Robert K.”The Fallacy of the Latest Word: The Case of ‘Pietism and Science.'” American Journal of Sociology, Vol. 89, No. 5, March: 1091-1121.

Becker, George. 1984. “The Social Regulation of Sexuality: A Cross-Cultural Perspective.” Pp. 45-69, Current Perspectives in Social Theory, edited by Scott G. McNall. Vol. 5, Greenwich, Conn.: JAI Press.

Becker, George. 1984. “The Wandervogel Movement: A Challenge to the Generational Conflict Model.” Pp. 71-97 in Conflict and Consensus: A Festschrift in Honor of Lewis A. Coser, edited by Walter W. Powell and Richard Robbins. New York: Free Press.

Kelly, William and Larry Isaac. 1984. “The Rise and Fall of Urban Racial Violence in the U.S., 1948-1979.” Research in Social Movements, Conflicts, and Change 7: 203-233.

1983

Cornfield, Daniel B. and Teresa A. Sullivan. 1983. “Fieldwork in the Oligopoly: Protecting the Corporate Subject.” Human Organization, Vol. 42, No. 3, Fall: 258-263

Cornfield, Daniel. 1983. “Chances of Layoff in a Corporation: A Case Study.” Administrative Science Quarterly, Vol. 28, No. 4, December: 503-520

Weatherby, Norman, Charles Nam, and Larry Isaac. 1983. “Development, Inequality, Health Care, and Mortality at the Older Ages: A Cross-national Analysis.” Demography 20: 27-43.

1982

Cornfield, Daniel. 1982. “Seniority, Human Capital and Layoffs: A Case Study.” Industrial Relations, Vol. 21, No. 3, Fall: 352-364

Isaac, Larry and William Kelly. 1982. “Developmental/Modernization and Political Class Struggle Theories of Welfare Expansion: The Case of the AFDC ‘Explosion’ in the States, 1960-1970.” Journal of Political & Military Sociology 10 (Fall): 201-235.

Isaac, Larry, Phillips Cutright, Elton Jackson, and William Kelly. 1982. “Period Effects on Race- and Parity-Specific Birth Probabilities of American Women, 1917-1976: A New Measure of Fertility.” Social Science Research 11 (Summer): 176-200.

1981

Becker, George. 1981. “Some Social Roots of the Mad Genius Controversy,” Pp. 1-34 in Knowledge and Society: Studies in the Sociology of Culture Past and Present, edited by Robert Alun Jones and Henrika Kuklick. Vol.III. Greenwich, Conn.: Jai Press.

Cornfield, Daniel. 1981. “Industrial Social Organization and Layoffs in American Manufacturing Industry.” In Ivar Berg (ed.), Sociological Perspectives on Labor Markets. New York: Academic Press, pp. 219-248

Isaac, Larry and William Kelly. 1981. “Racial Insurgency, the State, and Welfare Expansion: Local and National Level Evidence from the Postwar United States.” American Journal of Sociology 86 (May): 1348-1386.

Isaac, Larry. 1981. “Comparative Economic Inequality.” International Journal of Comparative Sociology 22 (March/June): 62-85. [Reprinted in J. Michael Armer and Robert Marsh (eds.), Comparative Sociological Research in the 1960s and 1970s. International Studies in Sociology and Social Anthropology Series, volume 32. Leiden, The Netherlands: E.J. Brill, 1982.]

1980

Isaac, Larry, Elizabeth Mutran, and Sheldon Stryker.1980. “Political Protest Orientations among Black and White Adults.” American Sociological Review 45 (April): 191-213.

1979

Becker, George. 1979. “Comment on Gerhard Lenski’s `History and Social Change’.” American Journal of Sociology, Vol, No. 5, March 1979:1238-1242. See also: Lenski, Gerhard. “Probabilism Reasserted: A Reply to Becker.” American Journal of Sociology, Vol. 84, No.5, March: 1242-1245.

Becker, George. 1979. “Two Developments in the Rise of the Modern Intellectual.” School Review (currently American Journal of Education). August: 398-412

Sullivan, Teresa A. and Daniel B. Cornfield. 1979. “Downgrading Computer Workers: Evidence from Occupational and Industrial Redistribution.” Sociology of Work and Occupations, Vol. 6, No. 2, May: 184-203

1978

Armer, J. Michael and Larry Isaac. 1978. “Determinants and Behavioral Consequences of Psychological Modernity: Empirical Evidence from Costa Rica.” American Sociological Review 43 (June): 316-334.

Becker, George. 1978 The Mad Genius Controversy: A Study in Sociology of Deviance. Beverly Hills: Sage Publications. (Second printing: 1981). Reprinted: p. 49 (Table 1) of book as p. 18 in Prentky, Robert A. Creativity and Psychopathology. New York, 1980: Praeger. Excerpts from pp. 107-121, 126-129 of book as pp. 36-39 in Albert,Robert S. Genius and Eminence: The Social Psychology of Creativity and Exceptional Achievement. Oxford, England: Pergamon Press, 1983; 1992 (2nd ed.).

1976

Knoke, David and Larry Isaac. 1976. “Quality of Higher Education and Sociopolitical Attitudes.” Social Forces 54 (March): 524-529.