Publications: Articles

2015

  • Abramson, Corey M. & Daniel Dohan. 2015.“Beyond Text: Using Arrays to Represent and Analyze Ethnographic Data.”  Sociological Methodology 45:272-319.

  • Abramson, Corey M., Martín Sánchez-Jankowski and Manata Hashemi. 2015. “Perceived Discrimination in U.S. Healthcare: Charting the Effects of Key Social Characteristics Within and Across Racial Groups.” Preventive Medicine Reports 2: 615-621.

  • Jacobs, Anna, Terrence Hill, and Amy Burdette. 2015. “Health Insurance Status and Symptoms of Psychological Distress among Low-Income Urban Women.”Society and Mental Health 5:1-15.
  • Hill, Terrence, Amy Burdette, John Taylor, and Jacqueline Angel. 2016. “Religious Attendance and the Mobility Trajectories of Older Mexican Americans.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior 57:118-134. 

  • Hill, Terrence, Christopher Ellison, Amy Burdette, John Taylor, and Katherine Friedman. 2016. “Dimensions of Religious Involvement and Leukocyte Telomere Length.” Social Science & Medicine 163:179-180.

  • Hill, Terrence, Burt Uchino, Jessica Eckhardt, and Jacqueline Angel. 2016. “Perceived Social Support
    Trajectories and the All-Cause Mortality Risk of Older Mexican American Women and Men.” Research on Aging 38:374-398.

     

     

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2013

2012

  • Abramson, Corey M. 2012. "From `Either-Or' to `When and How': A Context-Dependent Model of Culture in Action." Journal for the Theory of Social Behavior 42: 155-180.
  • Abramson, Corey M. and Martin Sanchez-Jankowski. 2012. "Racial Differences in Patterns of Having and Using a Doctor Among the Elderly Poor in the United States." Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 30: 203-17.
  • Adler, Gary. 2012. "An Opening in the Congregational Closet? Boundary-Bridging Culture and Membership Privileges for Gays and Lesbians in Christian Religious Congregations." Social Problems 59(2): 177-206.
  • Anderson, Kathryn Freeman, and Andrew S. Fullerton. 2012. "Racial Residential Segregation and Access to Health Care Coverage: A Multilevel Analysis." Research in the Sociology of Health Care 30: 133-158.
  • Bergesen, Albert. 2012 "Turning Durkheim on His Head: A Reply to Peterson and Bjerre." Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour 42(4): 485-95.
  • Bergstrand, Kelly and Scott V. Savage. 2013. "The Chalkboard Versus the Avatar: Comparing the Effectiveness of Online and In-Class Courses." Teaching Sociology 41(3): 294-306.
  • Bollen, Kenneth A., Surajit Ray, Jane Zavisca, and Jeffrey J. Harden. 2012. “A Comparison of Bayes Factor Approximation Methods Including Two New Methods.” Sociological Methods and Research 41, 2 (May): 294-324.
  • Cain, Cindy L. 2012.  “Integrating Dark Humor and Compassion: Identities and Presentations of Self in the Front and Back Regions of Hospice.” Journal of Contemporary Ethnography 41(6): 668-694.
  • Cain, Cindy L.  2012. “Emotions and the Research Interview: What Hospice Workers Can Teach Us.” Health Sociology Review 21(4):396-405.
  • Davidson, Debra and Don Grant. 2012. “Double Diversion: Mapping Its Roots and Projecting Its Future in Environmental Studies.” Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences 2(1): 69-77.
  • Earl, Jennifer. 2012. “Private Protest? Public and Private Engagement Online.” Information, Communication & Society 15(4): 591-608.
  • Galaskiewicz, Joseph, 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.
  • Hedegard, Danielle. 2012. "Becoming a Capoerista: A Situational Approach to Consuming a Foreign Cultural Good." Sociological Inquiry 82(4): 510-531.
  • 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.
  • Lan, G. Zhiyoung and Joseph Galaskiewicz. 2012. “Innovations in Public and Non-profit Sector Organizations in China.” Management and Organization Review, 8(3):491-506.
  • Leahey, Erin, and Laura A. Hunter. 2012. “Lawyers’ Lines of Work: The Role of Specialization in the Income Determination Process.” Social Forces 90(4): 1101-1132. doi: 10.1093/sf/sos058
  • Mayer, Brian. 2012. "Relax and Take a Deep Breath: Print Media Coverage of Asthma and Air Pollution in the United States." Social Science and Medicine 75: 892-900.
  • Melamed, David. 2012. "Deriving Equity from Expectations: A Cross-Cultural Evaluation." Social Science Research 41(1): 170-181.
  • Melamed, David. 2012. "The Effects of Legitimacy and Power on Perceptions of Fairness." Sociological Focus 45: 125-142.
  • Roth, Louise Marie, and Megan M. Henley. 2012. “Unequal Motherhood: Inequality in Cesarean Sections in the United States.” Social Problems 59, 2: 207-227.
  • Running, Katrina. 2012. “Examining Environmental Concern in Developed, Transitioning and Developing Countries.” World Values Research 5(1):1-27.
  • Sallaz, Jeffrey J. 2012. “Politics of Organizational Adornment: Evidence from Las Vegas and Beyond.” American Sociological Review 77(1): 99-119.
  • Stryker, Robin, Danielle-Docka Filipek and Pamela Wald. 2012. “Employment Discrimination Law and Industrial Psychology: Social Science as Social Authority and the Co- Production of Law and Science.” Law & Social Inquiry 37. http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1747-4469.2011.01277.x/abstract
  • Whitham, Monica M.  2012.  "Community Connections: Social Capital and Community Success."  Sociological Forum 27(2): 442-458.

2011

  • Beyerlein, Kraig, Gary Adler, and Jennifer Trinatapoli. 2011. "The Effects of Religious Mission Trips on Youth Civic Participation." Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 50(4): 780-795.
  • Earl, Jennifer. 2011. “Political Repression: Iron Fists, Velvet Gloves, and Diffuse Control” Annual Review of Sociology 37: 261–284.
  • Earl, Jennifer. 2011. “Protest Arrests and Future Protest Participation: The 2004 Republican National Convention Arrestees and the Effects of Repression.” Studies in Law, Politics, and Society 45: 141-173.
  • Edelman, Lauren B., Linda H. Kriger, Scott R. Eliason, Catherine R. Albiston, and Virginia Mellema. 2011. "When Organizations Rule: Judicial Deference to Institutionalized Employment Structures." American Journal of Sociology 117(3): 888-954.
  • Molm, Linda D., Monica M. Whitham, and David Melamed. 2011. "Forms of Exchange and Integrative Bonds: Effects of History and Embeddedness." American Sociological Review 77: 141-165.
  • Savage, Scott V. 2011. "Patients, Trust, and Patient Participation: Factors Influencing Whether Patients Want to be Active Health Care Participants." Research in the Sociology of Health Care 29: 149-177.
  • Steensland, Brian and Zach Schrank. 2011. “Is the Market Moral? Protestant Assessment of Market Society.” Review of Religious Research. 53(3): 257-277.
  • Zavisca, Jane R. 2011. "Explaining and Interpreting the End of Soviet Rule." Kritika: Explorations in Russian and Eurasian History 12(4): 925-40.

2010

  • 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.
  • Earl, Jennifer. 2010. “The Dynamics of Protest-Related Diffusion on the Web.” Information, Communication & Society. 13(2): 209-225.
  • Earl, Jennifer and Sarah A. Soule. 2010. “The Impacts of Repression: The Effect of Police Presence and Action on Subsequent Protest Rates” Research in Social Movements, Conflicts, and Change, 30: 75-113.
  • Gelman, Andrew, Lane Kenworthy, and Yu-Sung Su. 2010. "Income Inequality and Partisan Voting in the United States." Social Science Quarterly 91: 1203-1219.
  • Gerber, Ted, and Olga Mayorova. 2010. "Getting Personal: Networks and Stratification in the Russian Labor Market, 1985-2001." American Journal of Sociology 116(3): 855-908. 
  • Grant, Don, Mary Nell Trautner, Liam Downey, and Lisa Thiebaud. 2010. “Bringing the Polluters Back In: Environmental Inequality and the Organization of Chemical Production.” American Sociological Review. 75(4): 479-504. (Lead Article)
  • Hunter, Laura A., and Erin Leahey. 2010. “Parenting and Research Productivity: New Evidence and Methods.” Social Studies of Science 40(3) 433–451.
  • Kenworthy, Lane. 2010. "Business Political Capacity and the Top-Heavy Rise in Income Inequality: How Large an Impact?" Politics and Society 38: 255-265.
  • Leahey, Erin, Bruce Keith, and Jason L. Crockett. 2010. “Specialization and Promotion in an Academic Discipline.” Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 28(2): 135–155.
  • Mayer, Brian, Phil Brown, and Rachel Morello-Frosch. 2010. "Labor-Environmental Coalition Formation: Framing the Right-to-Know." Sociological Forum 25(4): 746-68.
  • Melamed, David, and Michael North. 2010. "The Future in Inequality." Social Psychology Quarterly 73(4): 346-347.
  • Molm, Linda D. 2010. "The Structure of Reciprocity." Social Psychology Quarterly 73: 199-131.
  • Pachucki, Mark and Ronald L. Breiger. 2010. "Cultural Holes: Beyond Relationality in Social Networks and Culture." Annual Review of Sociology 36: 205-224.
  • Sallaz, Jeffrey J. 2010. “Service Work and Symbolic Power: On Putting Bourdieu to Work.” Work and Occupations 37(3): 295-319.
  • Sallaz, Jeffrey J. 2010. “Talking Race, Marketing Culture: The Racial Habitus In and Out of Apartheid.” Social Problems 57(2): 294-314.
  • Jennifer Schultz and Ronald L. Breiger. 2010. "The Strength of Weak Culture." Poetics 38 (6):610-624

2009

  • Bergesen, Albert J. 2009. “Quixote, Bond, Rambo: Cultural Icons of Hegemonic Decline.” Protosociology, Vol. 26/27, 2009-2010.
  • Earl, Jennifer and Katrina Kimport. 2009. “Movement Societies and Digital Protest: Fan Activism and Other Non-Political Protest Online” Sociological Theory 23(3): 220-243.
  • Earl, Jennifer. 2009. “Information Access and Protest Policing Post-9/11: Studying the Policing of the 2004 Republican National Convention” American Behavioral Scientist 53(1): 44-60.
  • Earl, Jennifer. 2009. “When Bad Things Happen: Toward a Sociology of Trouble.” Sociology of Crime, Law, and Deviance 12: 231-254.
  • Eliason, Scott, and Robin Stryker. 2009. “Goodness-of-Fit Tests and Descriptive Measures in Fuzzy Set Analysis.” Sociological Methods and Research. 38: 102-146. http://smr.sagepub.com/cgi/content/refs/38/1/102
  • Grant, Don, Alfonso Morales and Jeffrey J. Sallaz. 2009. “Pathways to Meaning: A New Approach to Studying Emotions at Work.” American Journal of Sociology 115(2): 327-364.
  • Grant, Don, Kathleen O’Neil, and Laura Stephens. 2009. “Pluralistic Ignorance Among Assembled Peers.” Sociological Perspectives 52(1): 59-79.
  • Ibsen, Alexander Z. 2009. "The Politics of Airplane Production: The Emergence of Two Technological Frames in the Competition between Boeing and Airbus." Technology in Society 31(4): 342-349.
  • Kenworthy, Lane. 2009. "The Effect of Public Opinion on Social Policy Generosity." Socio-Economic Review 7: 727-740.
  • McCall, Leslie and Lane Kenworthy. 2009. "Americans' Social Policy Preferences in the Era of Rising Inequality." Perspectives on Politics 7: 459-484.
  • Larson, Jeff, and Sarah A. Soule. "Sector Level Dynamics and Collective Action in the United States, 1965-1975." Mobilization 14(3): 293-314.
  • Mitchneck, Beth, Olga V. Mayorova, and Joanna Regulska. 2009. "`Post'-Conflict Displacement: Isolation and Integration in Georgia." Annals of the Association of American Geographers 99(5): 1022-1032.
  • Molm, Linda D., David Schaefer, and Jessica Collett. 2009. "Fragile and Resilient Trust: Risk and Uncertainty in Negotiated and Reciprocal Exchange." Sociological Theory 27: 1-32.
  • Roth, Louise Marie. 2009. “Leveling the Playing Field: Negotiating Opportunities and Recognition in Gendered Jobs.” Negotiation and Conflict Management Research. 2, 1 (February): 17-30.
  • Schwartzman, Kathleen C. 2009. The Role of Labor Struggle in the Shifting Ethnic Composition of Labor Markets. Labor Studies Journal 34 no 2 (June):189-218. [SageOnlineFirst, May 13, 2008 http://lsj.sagepub.com/content/34/2/189.]
  • Stryker, Robin, and Pamela Wald. 2009. “Redefining Compassion to Reform Welfare: How Supporters of 1990s US Federal Welfare Reform Aimed for the Moral High Ground.” Social Politics: International studies in Gender, State and Society 16 (4): 519-557. http://sp.oxfordjournals.org/cgi/content/abstract/16/4/519