McKane, Rachel and Holly McCammon. “Why We March: The Role of Grievances, Threates and Organizational Resources in the 2017 Women’s Marches.” Mobilization.
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.
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
McCammon, Holly J., and Amanda Brockman. Forthcoming. “Feminist Institutional Activists: Venue Shifting, Strategic Adaptation, and Winning the Pregnancy Discrimination Act.” Sociological Forum
McKane, Rachel G., Lacee Satcher, Stacey L. Houston II, and David J. Hess. 2018. “Race, Space, and Waste: An Intersectional Approach to Environmental Justice in New York City.” Environmental Sociology 1(4):79-92.
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.
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.
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.
Brown, Hana, Jennifer J. Jones, and Andréa Becker. 2018. “The Racialization of Latinos in New Immigrant Destinations: Criminality, Ascription, and Counter-Mobilization,” Russel Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences.
McCammon, Holly J., Brittany N. Hearne, Allison McGrath, and Minyoung Moon. 2018. “Judicial Legal Mobilization and Analogical Framing: Feminist Litigators’ Use of Race-Gender Analogies.” Law and Policy Review 40(11):57-78.
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.
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.
Hearne, Brittany N. and Holly J. McCammon. 2018. “Black Women Cause Lawyers: Legal Activism in Pursuit of Racial and Gender Equality.” In 100 Years of the Nineteenth Amendment: An Appraisal of Women’s Political Activism, edited by L.A. Banaszak and H. McCammon. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
Skaggs, Rachel. “Socializing Rejection and Failure in Artistic Occupational Communities.” 2018. Work and Occupations.
Miller, Angie, Rachel Skaggs, and Amber Dumford. 2018. “Characteristics and Contributions of Arts ORganization Founders.” Business Creativity and the Creative Economy 4:63-75.
Christie-Mizell, C. André, Erika 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.
Talbert, Ryan D. 2017. “Culture and the Confederate Flag: Attitudes toward a Divisive Symbol.” Sociology Compass 11(2) : e12454.
David J. Hess, Quan D. Mai*, Rachel Skaggs*, and Magdalena Subidjo*. 2017. “Local Matters: Geographical Scale and Support for Green Jobs and Green Economic Development.” Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 26:158-170.
Mai, Quan. 2017. “Precarious Work in Europe: Assessing Cross-National Differences and Institutional Determinants of Work Precarity in 32 European Countries.” Forthcoming in Research in the Sociology of Work 31:273-306.
Donato, Katharine M. and Gabriela León-Pérez. 2017. “Educación, Género, y Migración de Colombia y México a Estados Unidos.” Migración Internacional Patrones y Determinantes: Estudios Comparados Colombia-America Latina – Proyecto LAMP, edited by M.G. Roa Martínez. Cali, Colombia: Universidad del Valle 179-202.
Non, Amy L., Gabriela León-Pérez, Holly Glass, Emma Kelly, and Nanibaa’ A. Garrison. 2017. “Stress Across Generations: A Qualitative Study of Stress, Coping, and Caregiving Among Mexican Immigrant Mothers.” Ethnicity and Health 1-17.
Young, Maria-Elena, Gabriela León-Pérez, Christine R. Wells, and Steven P. Wallace. 2017 “Inclusive State Immigration Policies and Health Insurance among Latino, Asian/Pacific Islander, Black, and White Noncitizens in the United States.” Ethnicity and Health 1-13.
Cornish, Emily K., Erin M. Bergner, and Derek M. Griffith. 2017. “‘They Have Said that I was Slightly Depressed but There are Circumstances that Bring it On’: How Middle-aged and Older African American Men Describe Depression.” Ethnicity & Disease 27(4):437-442.
Bergner, Erin M., Emily K. Cornish, Kenay Horne, and Derek M. Griffith. 2017. “A Qualitative Meta-Synthesis Examining the Role of Women in African American Men’s Prostate Cancer Screening and Treatment Decisions.” Psycho-Oncology 1-10.
Bergner, Erin M., Lyndsay A. Nelson, Russell L. Rothman, and Lindsay S. Mayberry. 2017. “Text Messaging Engages and Benefits Adults with Type 2 Diabetes Regardless of Health Literacy.” HLRP: Health Literacy Research and Practice 1(4): e192-e202.
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.
Griffith, Derek M., Emily K. Cornish, Marino A. Bruce, Erin M. Bergner, Marino A. Bruce, and Bettina M. Beech. 2017. “‘Health is the Ability to Manage Yourself Without Help’: How Older African American Men Define Health and Successful Aging.” The Journal of Gerontology: Series B 73(2): 240-247.
Cornish, Emily, Derek Griffith, Erin M. Bergner, and Marino Bruce. 2017. “Using Qualitative Tools to Develop Messages to Motivate African American Men to Engage in Healthier Behavior.” SAGE Research Methods Cases.
Houston, S. L. 2017. “Drinking and learning while Black: The effect of family problem drinking on children’s later educational attainment.” In N. Finigan-Carr (Ed.), Linking Health and Education for African American Students’ Success. Routledge Press, New York, NY.
Houston, S.L., Brady, K., Narasimham, G., & Fisher, D. 2017. “Pass the idea please: The relationship between network position, direct engagement, and course performance in MOOCs.” Published paper in Learning at Scale (L@S). 2017 Fourth Annual Meeting of the ACM Conference at Learning at Scale, Boston, MA.
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 H. McCammon, V. Taylor, J. Reger, and R. Einwohner. Oxford: Oxford University Press.
David J. Hess and Rachel 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.
Novak-Leonard, Jennifer and Rachel Skaggs. 2017. “Public Perceptions of Artists: A Sign of Changing Times?” Artivate: A Journal of Entrepreneurship in the Arts 6:5-22.
Skaggs, Rachel and Jonathan Wynn. 2017. “The Business of Music: Community Development” In Understanding Society through Popular Music, edited by Joseph Kotarba. Routledge.
Song, Lijun, Rachel Skaggs, and Cleothia Gill-Frazier. 2017. “Educational Homogamy.” in the Handbook on the Family and Marriage in China, edited by Xiaowei Zang. Elgar.
David J. Hess and Rachel G. McKane. 2016. “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.
León-Pérez, Gabriela, Kenneth A. Wallston, Kathryn M. Goggins, Heidi M. Poppendeck, and Sunil Kripalani. 2016. “Effects of Stress, Health Competence, and Social Support on Depressive Symptoms After Cardiac Hospitalization.” Journal of Behavioral Medicine 39:441-452.
McCammon, Holly, Allison McGrath, Ashley Dixon, Megan Robinson. 2016. “Targeting Culture: Feminist Legal Activists and Critical Community Tactics.” In Julie M. Mazzei (ed.). Non-State Violent Actos and Social Movement Organizations (Research in Social Movements, Conflicts and Change). Emerald Publishing Limited, 41:243-278.
Song, Lijun, Philip Pettis and Bhumika Piya. 2016. “Does your Body Know Who You Know? Multiple Role of Network Members’ Socioeconomic Status for Body Weight Ratings.” Sociological Perspectives 60(6):997-1018.
Mai, Quan. 2016. “All the Labor Problems Fit to Print: The New York Times and the Cultural Production of the U.S ‘Labor Problem’, 1870-1932.” Labor History 57(2): 141-169. Lead Article.
Hess, David, Quan Mai and Kate P. Brown. 2016.“Red Times, Green Laws: Ideology and Renewable Energy in the United States”. Energy Research and Social Sciences 11:19-28.
McGee, E. O., White, D. T., Houston, S. L., Jenkins, A. T., Bentley, L. C., Smith, W. J., & Robinson, W. H. (2016). “The motivation behind PhD attainment for black engineering students: passion plus purpose.” Journal for Multicultural Education 10(2):167-93.
Robinson, W. H., McGee, E. O., Bentley, L. C., Houston, S. L., & Botchway, P. K. (2016). “Addressing Negative Racial and Gendered Experiences That Discourage Academic Careers in Engineering.” Computing in Science & Engineering, 18(2), 29-39.
Mayberry, Lindsay S., Erin M. Bergner, Rosette J. Chakkalakal, Tom A. Elasy, and Chandra Y. Osborn. 2016. “Self-care Disparities Among Adults with Type 2 Diabetes in the U.S.A.” Current Diabetes Reports 16: 113.
Nelson, Lyndsay A., Lindsay S. Mayberry, Kenneth Wallston, Sunil Kripalani, Erin M. Bergner, and Chandra Y. Osborn. 2016. “Development and Usability of REACH: A Tailored Theory-Based Text Messaging Intervention for Disadvantaged Adults with Type 2 Diabetes.” JMIR Human Factors 3(2):e23.
Metzl, Johnathan M., Sarah I. McClelland, and Erin M. Bergner. 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 Biology and Medicine 89:247-254.
André Christie-Mizell, Stacye A. Blount, Whitney N. Laster, 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(2):51-59.
Packard, Josh and Ashleigh Hope. 2015. Church Refugees: Sociologists Reveal Why People Are Done with Church but Not Their Faith. Group Publishing: Loveland, CO.
Hess, David J., Jonathan S. Coley, Quan Mai and Lucas Hilliard. 2015. “Party Differences and Energy Reform: Fiscal Conservatism in the California Legislature”. Environmental Politics 24(2):228-248.
Robinson, W. H., McGee, E. O., Bentley, L. C., Houston, S. L., Botchway, P. K., & Roy, R. 2015. “Racial and gendered experiences that dissuade a career in the professoriate.” Research in Equity and Sustained Participation in Engineering, Computing, and Technology (RESPECT), 2015 (pp. 1-5). IEEE.
McCammon, Holly, 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 20(2): 157-78.
Carpenter, Laura and Heather Kettrey. 2015. “(Im)perishable Pleasure, (In)destructible Desire: Sexual Themes in US and English News Coverage of Male Circumcision and Female Genital Cutting.” Journal of Sex Research 52(8):841-56.
Rodriguez, Leslie, Mariano Sana, and Blake Sisk. 2015. “Self-Administered Questions and Interviewer-Respondent Familiarity.” Field Methods 27(2):163-81.
Hess, David J. and Quan Mai. 2014. “The Convergence of Economic Development and Energy Transition Policies in State Governments”. Sustainability: Science, Practice, & Policy 11(1): 1-16.
Hess, David J., and Quan Mai. 2014. “Renewable Energy Policy in Asia: A Qualitative Comparative Analysis of Factors Affecting Sustainability Transitions”. Environmental Innovation and Societal Transitions 12(1): 31-46.
Donato, Katharine M. and Leslie Rodriguez. 2014. “Police Arrests in a Time of Uncertainty: The Impact of 287(g) on Arrests in a New Immigrant Gateway.” American Behavioral Scientist 58(13):1696-1722.
Thibodeaux, Jarrett. 2014. “Three Versions of Constructionism and their Reliance on Social Conditions in Social Problems Research.” Sociology. 48(4):829-837
Everhart, Katherine. 2014. “Captain America and Thriller: How Artistic Expressions Shape Mobilization Processes in Social Movements.” Sociology Compass. 8: 268–281.
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.
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(1-2):221-250.
Kettrey, Heather H. and Whitney N. Laster. 2014. “Staking Territory in the ‘World White Web’: An Exploration of the Roles of Overt and Colorblind Racism in Maintaining Racial Boundaries on a Popular Website.” Social Currents 1:257-274.
Hess, David and Jonathan Coley. 2014. “Wireless Smart Meters and Public Acceptance: The Environment, Limited Choices, and Precautionary Politics.” Public Understanding of Science 23(6): 688-702.
Jacobs, Anna, Terrence Hill, and Amy Burdette. 2014. “Health Insurance Status and Symptoms of Psychological Distress among Low-Income Urban Women.” Society & Mental Health 5(1):1-15.
Donato, Katharine M., Bhumika Piya, and Anna Jacobs. 2014. “The Double Disadvantaged Reconsidered: Gender, Immigration, Marital Status, and Global Labor Force Participation in the 21st Century.” International Migration Review S1(Fall): S335-376.
Chadwick, Campbell, Anu Manchikanti-Gomez, Shari-Dworkin, Patrick Wilson, Kirk Grisham, Jaih McReynolds, Peter Vielehr, and Colleen Hoff. 2014. “Health, Trust, or “Just Understood”: Explicit and Implicit Condom Decision-Making Processes Among Black, White, and Interracial Same-Sex Male Couples.” Archives of Sexual Behavior 43:697-706.
2013 and Later
Robinson, Megan. 2013. “I’m Feeding the World Tonight:” The Impact of Moral Identity Standards on
Mobile Loaves & Fishes Homeless Outreach Ministry” Journal for Undergraduate Ethnography 3(2): 40-59
Thibodeaux, Jarrett. 2013. “Student Perceptions of Safety in Same Race High Schools.” Journal of School Violence. 12(4): 378-394.
Coley, Jonathan. 2013. “Theorizing Issue Selection in Advocacy Organizations: An Analysis of Human Rights Activism around Darfur and the Congo, 1998-2010.” Sociological Perspectives 56(2): 191-212.
Kettrey, Heather H. 2013. “Reading Playboy for the Articles: The Graying of Rape Myths in Black and White Text, 1953-2003.” Violence Against Women 19(8): 969-95.
Everhart, Katherine. 2012. “Cultura-Identidad: The Use of Art in the University of Puerto Rico Student Movement, 2010.” Humanity & Society 36(3): 198-219.
Everhart, Katherine. 2012. “Learning to Protest, Finding my Voice: Accompaniment in the University of Puerto Rico Student Movement.” Sargasso: A Journal of Caribbean Literature, Language & Culture (Special Issue: Public Education: Crisis and Dialogue at the University of Puerto Rico) 1: 39-53.
Shaw, Samuel. 2012. “Spontaneous and Planned Arts Development: Notes from Portland.” The Politics of Urban Cultural Policy, edited by C. Grodach and D. Silver. New York: Routledge.
Morrison, Daniel R. and Monica J. Casper. 2012. “Intersections of Disability and Trauma studies: Lessons from TBI and Obstetric Fistula.” Disability Studies Quarterly 32(2).
Morrison, Daniel R. and Larry W. Isaac. 2012. “Insurgent Images: Genre Selection and Visual Frame Amplification in WWI Cartoon Art.” Social Movement Studies 11:61-78.
Brown, Tyson H. and Taylor W. Hargrove. 2013. “Multidimensional Approaches to Examining Gender and Racial/Ethnic Stratification in Health.” Women, Gender, and Families of Color 1(2):180-206.
Brown, Tony N., Katharine M. Donato, Mary Therese Laske, and Ebony Duncan. 2013. “Mental Health Status: The Importance of Race, Nativity, Ethnicity, and Cultural Influences.” Handbook of the Sociology of Mental Health, 2nd Edition, edited by C. Aneshensel and J. Phelan. New York: Plenum Press 255-276.
Campbell, C.K, A.M. Gomez, S. Dworkin, P.A. Wilson, K.K. Grisham, J. McReynolds, P. Vielehr, and C. Hoff. 2013. “Health, Trust, or “Just Understood”: Explicit and Implicit Condom Decision-Making Processes Among Black, White, and Interracial Same-Sex Male Couples.” Archives of Sexual Behavior 1-10.
Christie-Mizell, C. André, Whitney N. Laster, Helena E. Dagadu, and Stacye A. Blount. 2013. “The Use of Psychiatric Medication, Human Capital, and the Amplification of Mistrust.” Sociological Spectrum 34(3): Forthcoming.
Jensen, Gary and Jarrett Thibodeaux. 2013. “The Gang Problem: Fabricated Panics or Real Temporal Patterns?” Homicide Studies 17(3): 275-290.
Tsunokai, Glenn T., Allison R. McGrath, and Jillian K. Kavanagh. 2013. “Online Dating Preferences of Asian Americans.” Journal of Social and Personal Relationships 31(6): 796-814.
Coley, Jonathan and David Hess. 2012. “Green Energy Laws and Republican Legislators in the United States.” Energy Policy 48(1): 576-583.
Donato, Katharine M. and Blake Sisk. 2012. “Shifts in the Employment Outcomes among Mexican Migrants to the United States, 1976-2009.” Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 30(1): 63-77.
Isaac, Larry, Daniel Cornfield, Dennis Dickerson, James Lawson Jr., and Jonathan Coley. 2012. “Movement Schools and Dialogical Diffusion of Nonviolent Praxis: Nashville Workshops in the Southern Civil Rights Movement.” Research on Social Movements, Conflicts, and Change 34(1): 155-184.
Tsunokai, Glenn T., Allison R. McGrath, and Lurdes Hernandez-Hernandez. 2012. “Early Sexual Initiation and HIV Awareness among Asian American Adolescents.” Journal of Asian American Studies 15(3): 299-325.
Bishop, Jeffrey and Daniel R. Morrison. 2011. “The Roman Catholic Church, Biopolitics, and the Vegetative State.” Christian Bioethics 17(2): 165-184.
Christie-Mizell, C. André, Jacqueline M. Keil, Mary Therese Laske, and Jennifer Stewart. 2011. “Bullying Behavior, Parents’ Work Hours and Early Adolescents’ Perceptions of Time Spent With Parents.” Youth & Society 43: 1570-1595.
Donato, Katharine M., and Ebony Duncan. 2011. “Migration, Social Networks, and Child Health in Mexican Families,” Journal of Marriage and Family 73(4): 713-728.
Hampton, Lynn, and Ebony Duncan. 2011. “Identities and Inequalities: An Examination of the Role of Racial Identity in the Formation of Social Capital inside a Voluntary Youth Organization.” Social Identities 4 :477-500.
Morrison, Daniel R., and Mark J. Bliton. 2011. “Exploring Layers of Meaning with Deep Brain Stimulation Patients.” American Journal of Bioethics Neuroscience 2(1): 26-28.
Morrison, Daniel R., and Ellen Wright Clayton. 2011 “False Positive Newborn Screening Results Are Not Always Benign.” Public Health Genomics 14(3): 413-432.
Shaw, Samuel and Daniel M. Sullivan. 2011. “’White Night’: Gentrification, Racial Exclusion and Perceptions and Participation in the Arts.” City & Community 10(3): 241-64.
Sullivan, Daniel and Samuel Shaw. 2011. “Retail Gentrification and Race: The Case of Alberta Street in Portland, Oregon.” Urban Affairs Review 47(3): 413-32.
Tsunokai, Glenn T., and Allison R. McGrath. 2011. “Virtual Hate Communities in the 21st Century.” Handbook of Research on Practices and Outcomes in Virtual Worlds and Environments, edited by H.H. Yang and S.C. Yuen. Hershey, PA: IGI Global 34-53.
Tsunokai, Glenn T., and Allison R. McGrath. 2011. “Baby Boomers and Beyond: Crossing Boundaries in Search for Love.” Journal of Aging Studies 25(3): 285-294.
Earl, Jennifer, Katrina Kimport, Greg Prieto, Carly Rush, and Kimberly Reynoso. 2010. “Changing the World One Webpage at a time: Conceptualizing and Explaining ‘Internet Activism’.” Mobilization 15(4): 425-446.