David Schieber was author of the article, "Money, Morals, and Condom Use: The Politics of Health in Gay and Straight Adult Film Production" in the latest issue of Social Problems.
Irene Vega co-authored an article with Professor Vilma Ortiz entitled, "Mexican Americans and Immigration Attitudes: A Cohort Analysis of Assimilation and Group Consciousness" in the latest issue of Social Problems.
Nicole Iturriaga coauthored an article with Professor Abigail Saguy entitled, "'I Would Never Want to be an Only Wife': The Role of Discursive Networks and Post-Feminist Discourse in Reframing Polygamy” that was just published in Social Problems.
Gary Yeritsian has a forthcoming article in Critical Sociology: 'Capitalism 2.0': Web 2.0 Manifestoes and the New Spirit of Capitalism.
Peter Catron's paper, Made in America? Immigrant Occupational Mobility in the First Half of the Twentieth Century, is the lead article in the current issue of AJS!
Michael Siciliano's paper "Control from On High: Cloud Computing, Skill, and Acute Frustration among Analytics Workers in the Digital Publishing Industry" will be appearing in an upcoming volume of Research in the Sociology of Work. Michael was also featured in Organization Studies with his paper "Disappearing into the Object: Aesthetic and Organizational COntrol in Routine Cultural Work."
Tahseen Shams' paper "Mirrored boundaries: how ongoing homeland-hostland contexts shape Bangladeshi immigrant collective identity formation" has been accepted for publication in Ethnic and Racial Studies.
Eleni Skaperdas has won a prestigious NSF Graduate Research Fellowship for her ethnographic project entitled "Reproductive Dystopia? Stratified Prenatal Choice in the Two Americas.
Amy Zhou was selected for the Elizabeth Blackwell, MD award by the UCLA Center for the Study of Women for her paper The uncertainty of treatment: Women’s use of HIV treatment as prevention in Malawi.
Pamela Prickett has won the 2015 Community and Urban Sociology Section (CUSS) Graduate Student Paper Award for her article "Contextualizing from Within: Perceptions of Physical Disorder in a South Central L.A. African American Mosque.”
Rahim Kurwa's paper, "Deconcentration without Integration: Examining the Social Outcomes of Housing Choice Voucher Movement in Los Angeles County," has won the 2015 Student Paper Competition in the Society for the Study of Social Problems' Poverty, Class and Inequality Division.
Hasan Mahmud has a paper entitled "Impact of the destination state on migrants' remittances: a study of remitting practices among Bangladeshi migrants in the USA, the UAE and Japan” that has been published in Migration and Development.
Joshua Bloom has published his paper "The Dynamics of Opportunity and Insurgent Practice: How Black Anti-colonialists Compelled Truman to Advocate Civil Rights" in American Sociological Review, Volume 80, no. 2.
Matthew Baltz has published his paper "Protecting citizens in hard times: citizenship and repatriation pressures in the United States and France during the 1930s" in Theory and Society
Xi Song's article "Ancestry Matters: Patrilineage Growth and Extinction" written with Cameron Campbell, and James Z. Lee will be published in the forthcoming in American Sociological Review, Volume 80, Issue 3.
Casandra Salgado has published "Racial Lessons: Parental Narratives and Secondary Schooling Experiences among Second- and Third-Generation Mexican Americans" in the Race and Social Problems journal, Volume 7, Issue 1.
Pamel Prickett, "Negotiating Gendered Religious Space: The Particularities of Patriarchy in an African American Mosque" (http://gas.sagepub.com/content/early/2014/08/28/0891243214546934.abstract)
Pamela Prickett, "Contextualizing From WIthin: Perceptions of Physical Disorder in a South Central L.A. African American Mosque" (http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/cico.12078/abstract)
Michael Stambolis-Ruhstorfer co-edited a special forum for the Council for European Studies review, CritCom (http://councilforeuropeanstudies.org/critcom/) , entitled "Over the European Rainbow: Sexual and Gender Minorities in Europe.” These short pieces, written by academics and other experts, address the contrasts and paradoxes that characterize the situation for LGBT individuals across Europe today as advances in legal recognition have spread unevenly across the continent and are met with strong backlash and resistance even in western countries.
Laura Enriquez, “ ‘Undocumented and Citizen Students Unite’: Building a Cross-Status Coalition through Shared Ideology,” was published in the May 2014 issue of Social Problems.
Zeynep Ozgen, “Ethnic boundaries in "non-ethnic" Turkey: Constructivist theory and the reproduction of diversity,” was accepted for publication at Theory and Society.
Xi Song, "“Ethnic Stratiﬁcation amid China’s Economic Transition: Evidence from the Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region” was recently published in Social Science Research. Her paper is co-authored with Xiaogang Wu. 2014.
Michael Stambolis-Ruhstorfer, "How to Describe it? Why the Term ‘Coming Out’ Means Different Things in the U.S. and France," was recently accepted for publication at Sociological Forum. This paper is co-authored by Abigail Saguy.
Chase Raymond, “Entitlement to Language: Calling 911 without English,” was published in this month’s issue of the journal Language in Society and was also picked up by an academic blog based on language-based inequalities. 2013
Hasan Mahmud ,“It’s My Money: Social Class and the Perception of Remittance among Bangladeshi Migrants in Japan," has been accepted for publication in the journal Current Sociology. January 29, 2014.
Alexandra Tate, “Cancer-related infertility and young women: strategies for discussing fertility preservation,” was recently published in Oncofertility Communication: Sharing Information and Building Relationships across Disciplines, edited by T. Woodruff, M. Clayman, and K. E. Waimey. Alexandra’s chapter was co-authored with Karrie Ann Snyder.
Rene Almeling, The Unregulated Industry of the Sperm Industry, NY Times. November 2013
Rene Almeling (recent graduate) was published on the website of Genetics in Medicine, the official journal of the American College of Genetics and Genomics. You can find her articles,here, here and here.
Michael Stambolis-Ruhstorfer, “Labels of love : How migrants negotiate (or not) the culture of sexual identity,” was published in the most recent issue of the American Journal of Cultural Sociology.
Oliver Schilke has recently had three new papers accepted for publication: (1) Rossman, Gabriel, & Oliver Schilke. Forthcoming. "Close, but no cigar: the bimodal rewards to prize-seeking." American Sociological Review. (2) Schilke, Oliver, Martin Reimann, & Karen S. Cook. Forthcoming. "Effect of relationship experience on trust recovery following a breach." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. (3) Schilke, Oliver, & Karen S. Cook. Conditionally Accepted. "Sources of alliance partner trustworthiness: integrating calculative and relational perspectives." Strategic Management Journal, October 08, 2013
Julie Simon Thomas (1) Brand, Jennie E. and Juli Simon Thomas. [forthcoming.] “Job Displacement Among Single Mothers: Effects on Children’s Outcomes in Young Adulthood.” American Journal of Sociology. (2) Brand, Jennie E. and Juli Simon Thomas. 2013. “Causal Effect Heterogeneity.” Pp. 189-214 in Handbook of Causal Analysis for Social Research, Stephen L. Morgan ed., Springer Series, October 8, 2013.
Joshua Bloom, Black Against Empire: The History and Politics of the Black Panther Party, University of California Press, January 14, 2013
Peter Catron, "Immigrant Unionization through the Great Recession," American Sociological Review, April 3, 2013
Michael DeLand, "Basketball in the Key of Law: The Significance of Disputing in Pick-up Basketball," in the Law & Society Review, March 2013
Kjerstin Gruys, "Does this make me look fat? Aesthetic Labor and Fat Talk as Emotional Labor in a Women's Plus-Size Clothing Store," Social Problems, January 24, 2013
Kjerstin Gruys, Mirror, Mirror Off the Wall: How I Learned to Love My Body by Not Looking at it for a Year, receives "starred review" in Publishers Weekly, in press
Chase Raymond, "Negotiating Entitlement to Language: Calling 911 Without English," Lanugage and Society, January 24, 2013
Chase Raymond, "Gender and Sexuality in Animated Television Sitcom Interaction," Discourse & Communication, May 2013
Michael Stambolis-Ruhstorfer, "LGBT Sexuality and Families at the Start of the Twenty-First Century," Annual Review of Sociology, 2013
Michael DeLand, "Suspending Narrative Engagements: The case of the pick-up basketball," The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. July 2012
Rebecca Dibennardo, Raven, Maria, Gillespie, Colleen, DiBennardo, Rebecca, Van Busum, Kristin, and Brian Elbel. “Vulnerable Patients’ Perceptions of Health Care Quality and Quality Data.” Medical Decision Making, October 2012.
Kjerstin Gruys, Frederick, D. A., Jafary, A. M., Gruys, K., & Daniels, E. A. (2012). Surveys and the epidemiology of body image dissatisfaction. In: Thomas F. Cash (ed). Encyclopedia of body image and human appearance (p. 766-773). San Diego: Academic Press.
Thomas Hannan, Watkins, Susan Cotts, Ann Swidler, and Thomas Hannan."Outsourcing Social Transformation: Development NGOs as Organizations." Annual Review of Sociology, Vol. 38, Forthcoming 2012
Rocio Rosales, "Survival, Economic Mobility, and Community Among Los Angeles Fruit Vendors", Journal for Ethnic and Migration Studies, Forthcoming 2012
Nazgol Ghandnoosh, "'Cross-Cultural' Practices: Interpreting Non-African-American Participation in Hip-Hop Dance." _Ethnic and Racial Studies_, 33(9),. 2010
Nazgol Ghandnoosh, "Organizing Workers Along Ethnic Lines: The Pilipino Workers’ Center," in R. Milkman, J. Bloom, and V. Narro (eds.) Working for Justice: The L.A. Model of Organizing and Advocacy, Cornell University Press, 2010
Jaeeun Kim, "Establishing Identity: Documents, Performance, and Biometric Information in Immigration Proceedings", Law and Social Inquiry 36:3, Forthcoming 2011
Jaeeun Kim, and R. Brubaker, "Transborder Membership Politics in Germany and Korea", European Journal of Sociology, Forthcoming 2011
Tara McKay, Bryce McDavitt, Sheba George, and Matt G. Mutchler.. "Doing 'Sex Drugs': Accomplishing Social Identities as Young African American and Latino Gay and Bisexual Men." Sociology of Health and Illness, Forthcoming 2011
Matt G. Mutchler, Tara McKay, Honghu Liu, Norman Candelario, Bill Stackhouse, Trista Bingham, and George Ayala, "Sex Drugs, Peer Connections, and HIV: Use and Risk among African American, Latino, and Multiracial Young Men who Have Sex with Men (YMSM) in Los Angeles and New York." Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services. 23:2, 271-295 June, 2011
Chris Craney, Tara McKay, April Mazzeo, Janey Morris, Cheryl Prigodich, and Robert deGroot, "Cross Discipline Perceptions of the Undergraduate Research Experience", Journal of Higher Education 82(1): 92-113, 2011
Matt G. Mutchler, Glenn Wagner, Burt Cowgill, Tara McKay, Brian Risley, and Laura Bogart, "Improving HIV/AIDS Care through Treatment Advocacy: Going beyond Client Education to Empowerment by Facilitating Client-Provider Relationships", AIDS Care, 23(1): 79-90, 2011
Tara McKay, and Matt G. Mutchler, "The Effect of Partner Sex: Nondisclosure of HIV Status to Male and Female Partners among Men who Have Sex with Men and Women (MSMW)." AIDS and Behavior 15, 6:1140-1152, 2010
Neckerman, K., Bader, M., Richards, C., Purciel, M., Quinn, J., Julie Simon Thomas, Warbelow, C., Weiss, C., Lovasi, G., & Rundle, “Disparities in the food environments of New York City public schools”, American Journal of Preventative Medicine, 39(3): 195-202, 2010
Kathryn Coursolle, Sweeney, M., Raymo, J., & Ho, J., “The Association Between Retirement and Emotional Well-Being: Does Prior Work-Family Conflict Matter?”, Journal of Gerontology: Social Sciences, 65B(5), 609-620. 2010
Kathryn Coursolle and Megan Sweeney, “Work-family conflict”, In Harry T. Reis & Susan Sprecher (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Human Relationships, 1691-1694, Sage, 2009
Uri Ben-Eliezer and Yuval Feinstein, "The Politics of Borders and the Borders of Politics: Sovereignty and Autonomy around Israel's Human Rights Abuses in the Separation Barrier Project." Mobilization: The International Quarterly Review of Social Movement Research. Volume 14, No. 3: September 2009
Jaeeun Kim,"The Making and Unmaking of a 'Transborder Nation': South Korea during and after the Cold War. Theory and Society, 38(2): 133-164, 2009
Jooyoung Lee, "Fans, Wannabes, and Rappers: Young Black Men and the Rap Career" in Darnell Hunt (ed), Black LA: American Dreams and Racial Realities, NYU Press, 2010
Jooyoung Lee, "Battlin' on the Corner: Techniques for Sustaining Play," forthcoming in Social Problems, Social Problems 56(3): 578-598, 2009
Jooyoung Lee, "Escaping Embarrassment: Face-Work in the Rap Cipher," doi: 10.1177/019027250907200405, Social Psychology Quarterly December 2009 vol. 72 no. 4 306-324
Jooyoung Lee, "Open mic: Professionalizing the Rap Career," doi: 10.1177/1466138109347001, Ethnography December 2009 vol. 10 no. 4 475-495
Tara McKay and Matt G. Mutchler, "The Effect of Partner Sex: Nondisclosure of HIV Status to Male and Female Partners among Men who Have Sex with Men and Women (MSMW)." AIDS and Behavior. doi 10.1007/s10461-010-9851-4, 2010
Tara McKay, "Methods for Recruiting Men of Color Who Have Sex with Men in Prevention-for-Positives Interventions" Prevention Science, doi:10.1007/s11121-009-0149-6, 2009
Tara McKay and Stefan Timmermans, "The Bioethical Misconception: A Reply to Lidz." Social Science & Medicine 69(12):1793-1796, 2009
Tara McKay and Stefan Timmermans, "Clinical Trials as Treatment Option: Bioethics and Health Inequities in Substance Dependency." Social Science & Medicine 69(12):1784-1790, 2009
Renee Reichl Luthra, “Temporary Immigrants in a High Skilled Labour Market: A Study of H-1Bs”, Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 35(2) 227-250, 2009
Kristin Surak, "Making 'Japanese' Tea" in "’Making’ Japanese Heritage. Rupert Cox and Christoph Brumann, eds. London: Routledge. 2009
Veronica Terriquez and John Rogers, "Becoming Civic: Latino Immigrant Parental School Participation." In Critical Voices in Bicultural Parent Engagement: Operationalizing Advocacy and Empowerment. Edited by Edward M. Olivos. Albany, New York: SUNY Press, Forthcoming 2009
John Rogers and Veronica Terriquez, ""More Justice": The Role of Organized Labor in School Reform." Educational Policy. 23:216-241, 2009
David Trouille, "Association football to fútbol: ethnic succession and the history of Chicago-area soccer, 1921-2006." Soccer & Society 10.2. 2009
Choi, K., A. Sakamoto, D. Powers. "Who Is Hispanic? Hispanic Identity among African Americans, Asian Americans, Others, and Whites", Sociological Inquiry 78(3): p 335-371, 2008
Choi, K., R. Raley, C. Muller. C. Riegle-Crumb. "Class Composition: Socioeconomic Characteristics of Coursemates and College Enrollment". Social Science Quarterly 89(4):846-866, 2008
Jooyoung Lee, "Gangsta Rap," in Vincent N. Parrillo (ed) The Encyclopedia of Social Problems, Pp. 388-389. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, 2008.
Hasan Mahmud, “Drug addiction and identity politics: the spiritual use of ganja in Bangladesh,” Contemporary Justice Review, 11:4, 441 — 458, 2008
Renee Reichl Luthra, "High Skilled Temporary Immigrants in a Segmented Labor Market: A Study of H-1Bs," Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, 2008
Abigail C. Saguy and Forrest Stuart, “Culture and Law: Beyond a Paradigm of Cause and Effect”, The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science on “Culture and the Subfields of Sociology,” edited by John H. Evans, Mary Blair-Loy, Amy Binder, Kwai Ng, and Michael Schudson. 619: 1: 149-164, 2008
Norma Day-Vines and Veronica Terriquez, "A Strengths-Based Approach to Promoting Discipline Among African American and Latino Students." Professional School Counseling. 12:170-175, 2008
Paul Ong and Veronica Terriquez, "Can Multiple Pathways Offset Inequalities in the Urban Spatial Structure?" Pp. 131-151. In Beyond Tracking: Multiple Pathways to College, Career, and Civic Participation. Edited by J. Oakes and M. Saunders. Cambridge, MA: Harvard Education Publishing, 2008
David Trouille, "Association football to fútbol: ethnic succession and the history of Chicago-area soccer, 1890-1920." Soccer & Society 9.4: 455-476, 2008
Jennifer Winther, “Categories Reflecting and Shaping Social Structure: Japanese Household Enumeration since 1870” Social Science History, 32(1), 2008