Joseph Galaskiewicz with G. Zhiyong Lan has recently edited a special issue of Management and Organization Review (Vol. 8, Issue 3, November, 2012) titled "Innovations in Public and Non-profit Sector Organizations in China." There are six articles in the issue which examine organizational innovations in the public and nonprofit sectors in China over the last decade.
Other recent publications by Joseph Galaskiewicz include:
- Joseph Galaskiewicz, Olga Mayorova, and Beth M. Duckles. Forthcoming. “Studying the Roles of Nonprofits, Government and Business: Youth Services in Phoenix-Mesa.” Special Issue on Rethinking Urban Disadvantage: The Role of systems, Institutions, and Organizations. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science.
- Yoshiki Yamagata, Jue Yang, and Joseph Galaskiewicz. 2012. "A Contingency Theory of Policy Innovation: How Different Theories Explain the Ratification of the UNFCCC and Kyoto Protocol.” International Environmental Agreements: Politics, Law and Economics. Online publication August 1st (DOI) 10.1007/s10784-012-9185-y
- Joseph Galaskiewicz and Sondra Barringer. 2012. “Social Enterprises and Social Categories.” Pp. 47-70 in Social Enterprises: An Organizational Perspective, edited by Benjamin Gidron and Yeheskel Hasenfeld. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.
- Joseph Galaskiewicz, George Hobor, Beth Duckles, and Olga Mayorova. 2012. “Caregivers' Social Capital and Satisfaction with their Children's Service Providers.” Sociological Perspectives, 55(2):241-266.
Lane Kenworthy has recently published three articles:
- Kenworthy, Lane. 2012. "It's Hard to Make It in America: How the United States Stopped Being the Land of Opportunity." Foreign Affairs, November-December: 97-109.
- Kenworthy, Lane. 2012. "Two and a Half Cheers for Education." Pp. 111-123 in After the Third Way: The Future of Social Democracy in Europe, edited by Olaf Cramme and Patrick Diamond. A Policy Network book. I.B. Tauris.
- Kenworthy, Lane. 2012. "Five myths about the middle class." Washington Post, August 3.
Al Bergesen has recently published chapters in three volumes:
- A. Bergesen. “Jihad”. In George Ritzer (ed.) Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Globalization. Volume III, Pp. 119-122, New Jersey: Hoboken. 2012.
- A. Bergesen. “Terrorism”. In George Ritzer (ed.) Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Globalization. Volume IV, Pp. 1970-1973, New Jersey: Hoboken. 2012.
- A. Bergesen. “Geography and War”. In The Handbook of World-System Analysis, Chris Chase-Dunn and Salvatore Babones (Eds.), Pp. 483-489. London and New York: Routledge. 2012.
Two articles by Cindy Cain were recently published:
- Cain, Cindy L. 2012. “Emotions and the Research Interview: What Hospice Workers Can Teach Us.” Health Sociology Review 21(4):396-405.
- Cain, Cindy L. Forthcoming. “Orienting End-of-Life Care: The Hidden Value of Hospice Home Visits” in Caring on the Clock, edited by Mignon Duffy, Amy Armenia, and Clare Stacey. Rutgers University Press.
An article by Jurgita Abromaviciute and Dave Melamed has recently gone to press:
- Melamed, David and Jurgita Abromaviciute. "The Implications of Social Neuroscience for Expectation States Theories." Sociology Compass
Tracy Bacon was awarded a $900 dissertation improvement grant from SBSRI.