Publications: Chapters

Forthcoming

  • Cain, Cindy L. (in press). “Orienting End-of-Life Care: The Hidden Value of Hospice Home Visits” in Caring on the Clock, edited by Duffy Mignon, Amy Armenia, and Clare Stacey.  Rutgers University Press.
  • Cain, Cindy L., Sharon Koppman, and Erin Leahey. (in press). “Conducting Ethically Informed Mixed and Multimethod Research” in Oxford Handbook of Mixed Methods Research, edited by Sharlene Hesse-Biber, and Burke Johnson.  Oxford University Press.
  • Fernandez, Celestino and Jessie K. Finch. (in press). “Overview of Corridos;” “Narcocorridos;” and “Mariachi Music and Culture” in Encyclopedia of Latino Culture: From Calaveras to Quinceañeras. Edited by Charles Tatum. ABC-CLIO-Greenwood.
  • Fernandez, Celestino and Jessie K. Finch. (in press). “Immigration: Historical Overview, Mexican Bashing Revisited and Necessary Reform,” and “The Role and Meaning of Border Corridos: The Case of Narcocorridos"  in The Shade of the Saguaro: Essays on the Literary Cultures of the American Southwest (Proceedings of the Forum on the Literary Cultures of the Southwest, Firenze-Tucson, 2000-2007), edited by Gaetano Prampolini and Annamaria Pinazzi. Firenzi University Press.
  • Fernandez, Celestino and Jessie K. Finch. (in press). “From Nights in Nogales to the Narcocorrido" in The Lost Border, edited by Sarah Cortez and Sergio Troncoso. Arte Publico Press.
  • Fernandez, Celestino and Jessie K. Finch (in press). “The Universality of the University: Preparing World Citizens" in Trends in Global Higher Education: CETYS 50th Anniversary. CETYS Library.
  • Finch, Jessie K. (in press). “Spanish Language Media;” “Film and Television Representation;” and “Media Representation" in Undocumented Immigrants in the United States Today: An Encyclopedia of Their Experiences, edited by Anna Ochoa-O’Leary. ABC-CLIO-Greenwood.
  • Mayer, Brian, Kelly Berstrand and Katrina Running (forthcoming). "Science as Comfort: The Strategic Use of Science in Post-Disaster Settings." In The Routledge Handbook of Science, Technology, and Society, edited by Kelly Moore and Daniel Lee Kleinman. New York: Routledge.

2013

  • Barringer, SondraScott R. Eliason, and Erin Leahey. 2013.  "A History of Causal Analysis in the Social Sciences" in the Handbook of Causal Analysis for Social Research edited by Stephen L. Morgan. Springer.
  • Bentele, Keith and Lane Kenworthy. 2013. "Globalization and Earnings Inequality." In The Economics of Inequality, Poverty, and Discrimination in the 21st Century, edited by Robert S. Rycroft. ABC-CLIO.
  • Finch, Jessie K. and Celestino Fernández. (2013). “Vulnerable Immigrant “Subjects:  Definitions, Disparate Power, Dilemmas, and Desired Benefits” in Unchartered Terrains: New Directions in Border Research Ethics and Methodology, University of Arizona Press.
  • Galaskiewicz, Joseph, Olga Mayorova, and Beth M. Duckles.  2013.  “Studying the Roles of Nonprofits, Government and Business: Youth Services in Phoenix-Mesa.” Reconsidering Urban Disadvantage: The Role of systems, Institutions, and Organizations; Special Editors: Mario L. Small and Scott W. Allard.  Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science
  • Kenworthy, Lane. 2013. "Has Rising Inequality Reduced Middle-Class Income Growth?" In Economic Inequality in Cross-National Perspective, edited by Janet Gornick and Markus Jäntti. Stanford University Press.
  • Kenworthy, Lane. 2013. "Reducing Income Inequality Shouldn't Be the Top Priority." In Progressive Politics after the Crash: American Progressive-Liberalism and European Social Democracy, edited by Olaf Cramme, Patrick Diamond, Roger Liddle, and Michael McTernan. A Policy Network book. I.B. Tauris.
  • Kenworthy, Lane. 2013. "Rising Incomes and Modest Inequality: The High-Employment Route." Pp. 31-43 in The Squeezed Middle: The Pressure on Ordinary Workers in America and Britain, edited by Sophia Parker. The Policy Press.

2012

  • Bergesen, Albert J. 2012. “Jihad”.  In George Ritzer (ed.)  Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Globalization. Volume III, Pp. 119-122, New Jersey: Hoboken.
  • Bergesen, Albert J. 2012. “Terrorism”. In George Ritzer (ed.)  Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Globalization.  Volume IV, Pp. 1970-1973, New Jersey: Hoboken.
  • Bergesen, Albert J. 2012. “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.
  • Earl, Jennifer and Deana A. Rohlinger. 2012. “Introduction: Media, Movements, and Political Change.” Special issue of Research in Social Movements, Conflicts and Change, 33:1-13.
  • Galaskiewicz, Joseph, 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.
  • 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, I.B. Tauris, 2012.
  • Leahey, Erin. 2012.  “Shaping Scientific Work: The Organization of Knowledge Communities.”  Paper commissioned by the National Academies of Science for NSF Science of Science and Innovation Policy (SciSIP) program workshop, Washington, DC, September 2012.
  • Lubold, Amanda M. and Louise Marie Roth. 2012. “The Context for Breastfeeding: The Impact of Workplace Practices on Breastfeeding Experiences and Disparities among Women.”  In Beyond Health, Beyond Choice: Breastfeeding Constraints and Realities.  Edited by Paige Hall Smith, Bernice L. Hausman, and Miriam Labbok.  New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.
  • Massaro, Toni, and Robin Stryker (order of authorship alphabetical, equal co-authorship). 2012. “Freedom of Speech, Liberal Democracy and Emerging Evidence on Civility and Effective Democratic Engagement. Arizona Law Review 54: 375-341.
  • Stryker, Robin. 2012. “Mechanisms of Legal Effect: Perspectives from the Law and Society Tradition.”  In Public Health Law Research: Theory and Method, edited by Alex Wagenaar and Scott Burris, Robert Johnson Wood Public Health Law Program.  New York: John Wiley and Sons.
  • Stryker, Robin, Scott Eliason, Eric Tranby and William Hamilton. 2012. “Family Policies, Education and Female Labor Market Participation in Advanced Capitalist Democracies.” PP. 37-57 In Social Policy in the Smaller EU Member States,  edited by Gary  Cohen, Benjamin Ansell, Jane Gingrich and Robert Cox.  Studies in Comparative European History, New York and Oxford: Berghahn Books.
  • Zavisca, Jane. "The Lived Experience of Housing among Young People in Russia." In Housing Young People, edited by Ray Forrest and Ngai ming Yip, pp. 217-34. London and Yew York: Routledge. 

2011

  • Bergesen, Albert J. 2011. “Frankian Triangles”. In Patrick Manning and  Barry Gills (eds.),  Andre Gunder Frank and Global Development: Visions, Remembrances, and Explorations. Pp. 25-40.  New York: Routledge.
  • Bergesen, Albert J. 2011. “The Islamist Ethic and the Spirit of Terrorism.”  Perspectives. 31:1. http://www.asatheory.org/.
  • Bergesen, Albert J. 2011. “Cultural Case Studies” in Charles Ragin and David Byrne (eds.), Handbook of Case-Oriented Methods, Pp, 383-391. Sage Publications.
  • Earl, Jennifer. 2011. “A Lawyers Guide to the Repression Literature.” National Lawyers Guild Review 67(1): 3-36.
  • Galaskiewicz, Joseph. 2011.  “Studying Supply Chains from a Social Network Perspective.”  Journal of Supply Chain Management, 47:4-8.
  • Kwan, Samantha, and Louise Marie Roth. 2011. “The Everyday Resistance of Vegetarianism.”  Pp. 186-196 in Embodied Resistance: Breaking the Rules in Public Places. Edited by Christina Bobel and Samantha Kwan.  Nashville, TN: Vanderbilt University Press. (Names are in alphabetical order to reflect equal contributions.)
  • Leahey, Erin, and Kathleen Montgomery. 2011. “The Meaning of Regulation in a Changing Academic Profession.”  In Joseph C. Hermanowicz (ed.), The American Academic Profession: Changing Forms and Functions.  Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.
  • Leahey, Erin. 2011. “Quantitative Methods in Sociological Research.” Oxford Bibliographies Online. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Sallaz, Jeffrey J. 2011. “Qualitative Methods in Sociological Research.” In Oxford Bibliographies Online. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Schwartzman, Kathleen C. 2011. “Anchor Baby” in Anti Immigration in the United States: A Historical Encyclopedia. Edited by Kathleen R. Arnold.  ABC CLIO, Inc.: 15-20. (Original work)
  • Schwartzman, Kathleen C. 2011. “Currency Crises and Their Iconic Phantasmas”  States, Power, and Societies. 16, no 2. Political Sociology Section, American Sociological Association.  
  • Schwartzman, Kathleen C. 2011. “What Can Money Buy: Favorable Legislation, Relaxation of Regulation, or Even a Nation.”  Symposium Preface.  States, Power, and Societies. 16, no 3 (Summer). Political Sociology Section, American Sociological Association.
  • Schwartzman, Kathleen C. 2011. “Financialization.”  Symposium Preface.  States, Power, and Societies. 16, no 2. (Winter) Political Sociology Section, American Sociological Association.  
  • Stryker, Robin. 2011. “L’intermédiation scientifique dans la mise en oevre des lois anti- discrimination américaines (Scientific Mediation of American Anti-Discrimination Law). Pp. 183-202 in Droit et régulation des activités économiques : perspectives scientifiques et institutionnalistes (Law and the Regulation of Economic Activities: Sociological and Institutional Perspectives), edited by Christian Bessy, Thierry Delpeuch and Jérôme Pélisse, Droit et Société : Recherches et Travaux 24, Fondation Maison des Sciences de  L’Homme et Réseau Européen Droit et Société, Paris France.
  • Tsui, Anne, and Joseph Galaskiewicz. 2011.  “Editorial: Commitment to Excellence: Upholding Research Integrity at Management and Organization Review.” Management and Organization Review, 7:389-395.

2010

  • Earl, Jennifer and Katrina Kimport. 2010. “The Diffusion of Different Types of Internet Activism: Suggestive Patterns in Website Adoption of Innovations.” Pp. 125-139. in Dynamics of Diffusion in Social Movements, edited by Becky Givans, Kenneth Roberts and Sarah Soule. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
  • Kenworthy, Lane. 2010. "How Much Do Presidents Influence Income Inequality?" Challenge 53(2): 90-112.
  • Kenworthy, Lane. 2010. "Institutions, Wealth, and Inequality." Pp. 399-420 in The Oxford Handbook of Comparative Institutional Analysis, edited by Glenn Morgan, John L. Campbell, Colin Crouch, Ove Kaj Pedersen, and Richard Whitley, Oxford University Press.
  • Kenworthy, Lane. 2010. "Labor Market Activation." Pp. 435-447 inThe Oxford Handbook of the Welfare State, edited by Francis G. Castles, Stephan Leibfried, Jane Lewis, Herbert Obinger, and Christopher Pierson. Oxford University Press.
  • Kenworthy, Lane. 2010. "Rising Inequality, Public Policy, and America's Poor." Challenge 53(6): 93-109.
  • Kenworthy, Lane. 2010. "Why Don't Low-Income Whites Love the Democrats?" The Monkey Cage, December.
  • Mosley, Jennifer, and Joseph Galaskiewicz. 2010. "The Role of Foundations in Shaping and Responding to Social Welfare Policy Change: The Case of Welfare Reform."  Pp. 182-204 in American Foundations:  Roles and Contributions, edited by Helmut K. Anheier and David Hammack.  Washington, DC:  Brookings Institution Press
  • Sallaz, Jeffrey J.  2010.  “Habitus.” In The Encyclopedia of Identity, edited by Ronald L. Jackson.  Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
  • Schwartzman, Kathleen C. 2010.  “The U.S.-Mexico Commodity-Labor Exchange.” In Mass Migration in the World System: Past, Present and Future. Edited by Terry-Ann Jones and Eric Mielants. Paradigm Press: 102-121.   
  • Schwartzman, Kathleen C. 2010. “Art and Politics.”  Symposium Preface.  States, Power, and Societies. 16, no 1. Political Sociology Section, American Sociological Association.  
  • Schwartzman, Kathleen C. 2010. “From Public Sociology to Real Utopias?”  Symposium Preface.  States, Power, and Societies. 15, no 3. Political Sociology Section, American Sociological Association.  
  • Schwartzman, Kathleen C. 2010. “The Politics of Health Care.”  Symposium Preface. States, Power, and Societies. 15, no 2. (winter) Political Sociology Section, American Sociological Association.

2009

  • Galaskiewicz, Joseph, Beth M. Duckles, and Olga Mayorova. 2009.  “Childcare Networks and Embedded Experiences.”  Pp. 299-326 in Contexts of Social Capital: Social Networks in Markets, Communities, and Families, edited by Ray-May Hsung, Nan Lin, and Ronald Breiger.  New York: Routledge.
  • Kenworthy, Lane. 2009. "The High-Employment Route to Low Inequality." Challenge 52(5): 77-99.
  • Kenworthy, Lane. 2009. "Tax Myths." Contexts, Summer.
  • Kenworthy, Lane. 2009. "Who Should Care for Under-Threes?" Pp. 193-207 in Janet Gornick, Marcia Meyers, et al., Gender Equality: Transforming Family Divisions of Labor. Verso.
  • Sallaz, Jeffrey J. 2009.  “Who’s Counting?: Pleasure, Profit, and Vegas in American Film.”  Contexts 8(1): 66-8.
  • Schwartzman, Kathleen C. 2009. “Regulation.”  Symposium Preface.  States, Power, and Societies. 15, no 1.(Fall) Political Sociology Section, American Sociological Association.   

2008

  • Earl, Jennifer. 2008. “The Process is the Punishment: 30 Years Later” Law and Social Inquiry 33(3): 737-778.
  • Eliason, Scott, Robin Stryker and Eric Tranby. 2008. “The Welfare State, Family Policies and Women’s Labor Market Participation:  Combining Fuzzy Set and Statistical Methods to Assess Causal Relations and Estimate Causal Effects.”  Pp. 135-195 in Method and Substance in Macrocomparative Analysis.   Edited by Lane Kenworthy and Alex Hicks.  Palgrave-MacMillan.
  • Epstein, Jessica, Daniel Duerr, Lane Kenworthy, and Charles Ragin. 2008. "Comparative Employment Performance: A Fuzzy-Set Analysis." Pp. 67-90 in Method and Substance in Macrocomparative Analysis, edited by Lane Kenworthy and Alexander Hicks. Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Hicks, Alexander and Lane Kenworthy. 2008. "Family Policies and Women's Employment: A Regression Analysis." Pp. 196-220 in Method and Substance in Macrocomparative Analysis, edited by Lane Kenworthy and Alexander Hicks. Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Kenworthy, Lane and Alexander Hicks. 2008. "Introduction." Pp. 1-28 in Method and Substance in Macrocomparative Analysis, edited by Lane Kenworthy and Alexander Hicks. Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Schwartzman, Kathleen C. 2008. The Presidential Campaign and NAFTA's Irony.  Critical Solidarity (Newsletter of the American Sociological Association's Section on Labor and Labor Movements) 8(2): 8 10 www.laborstudies.wayne.edu/ASA/Docs/Newsletter/news_v8_n2.pdf
  • Schwartzman, Kathleen C. 2008. A 'Dream Act' for inner cities.  (Letter)  Washington Times (Washington D.C).  April 5.  

2007

  • Earl, Jennifer and Alan Schussman. 2007. “Contesting Cultural Control: Youth Culture and Online Petitioning” Pp. 71-95 in Digital Media and Civic Engagement, edited by W. Lance Bennett. Cambridge: MIT Press.
  • Galaskiewicz, Joseph. 2007.  “Editorial: Has a Network Theory of Organizational Behaviour Lived Up to its Promises?” Management and Organization Review, 3:1-18.
  • Galaskiewicz, Joseph. 2007.  “Reflections on Civil Society in Japan.”  Japan NGO Research Association Newsletter, 9, No. 33: 4-6. 
  • Kenworthy, Lane. 2007. "Is Equality Feasible?" Contexts, Summer.
  • Kenworthy, Lane. 2007. "Toward Improved Use of Regression in Macro-Comparative Analysis." Comparative Social Research 24: 343-350.
  • Moody, James, and Erin Leahey 2007.  “Network Foundations for the Diffusion of Innovations.” Pp. 171-177 in Roberta Spalter-Roth, Norman Fortenberry, and Barbara Lovitts (eds.) The Acceptance and Diffusion of Innovation: A Cross-Disciplinary Approach to Instructional and Curricular Change in Engineering. Washington, DC: American Sociological Association. Invited whitepaper, based on competitive acceptance to a meeting of the same title.
  • Leahey, Erin. 2007.  Review of The New Political Sociology of Science: Institutions, Networks, and Power.  Scott Frickel and Kelly Moore, editors.  University of Wisconsin Press, 2006.  American Journal of Sociology, 113(1): 262-4.
  • Sallaz, Jeffrey J. 2007.  “Labor and Luck in the New Economy.”  Perspectives on Work 10(2): 27-29.
  • Sallaz, Jeffrey J. 2007.  “Outsourcing.”  In International Encyclopedia of the Social Sciences, 2nd Edition, edited by William A. Darity. Farmington Hills, MI: Macmillan/Thomson/Gale.
  • Schwartzman, Kathleen C. 2007.  The Search for Immigration Truth Continues.  Tucson Weekly (Arizona).  July 12-18.  
  • Schwartzman, Kathleen C. 2007.  "Review of From the Revolution to the Maquiladoras: Gender, Labor, and Globalization in Nicaragua by Jennifer Bickman Mendez."  Labor Studies Journal 32 (3) (Sept): 346-347.
  • Stryker, Robin. 2007. “Sociology of Law.”  Chapter 34 in 21st Century Sociology: A Reference Handbook, vol. 1, edited by Clifton D. Bryant and Dennis L. Peck.  Sage. (Pp. 339-52. references at pp. 662-66)
  • Stryker, Robin. 2007. “Sociology of Labor Law.”  Pp. 900-905 in Encyclopedia of Law and Society: American and Global Perspectives, edited by David S. Clark.  Sage Publications.