Janette Dill, Ph.D.
Dill, J. S., Price-Glynn, K., & Rakovski, C. (forthcoming). Is there a penalty for caring? Career trajectories of men in caring occupations versus traditionally male-dominated occupations. Gender and Society.
Dill, J.S. (2015). The frontline healthcare workforce: Exploring differences in job quality by occupation and employment setting. In M. Duffy, A. Armenia, & C. Stacey (Eds), Caring on the clock: The complexities and contradiction of paid care work. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.
Dill, J.S., Chuang, E., & Morgan, J.C. (2014). Building career ladders for frontline healthcare workers: The effects of health care organization and educational partner dynamics on program outcomes. Social Science and Medicine, 122, 63-71.
Dill, J.S., Morgan, J.C., & Weiner, B. (2014). Low-wage workers and perceived career mobility: Do highperformance work practices make a difference? Health Care Management Review. 39(4), 318-328.
Morgan, J.C., Dill, J.S., & Kalleberg, A. (2013). The quality of healthcare jobs: Can intrinsic rewardscompensate for low extrinsic rewards? Work, Employment, and Society, 27, 802-822.
Rebecca Erickson, Ph.D.
Grant, Don S., Beth M. Duckles, Christine Soriea Sheikh, and Rebecca J. Erickson. (Forthcoming in 2016). “Affirming Selves through Styles of Care: Revisiting Goffman and the Special Dilemma of Hospital Workers.” Social Problems.
Marci D. Cottingham, Rebecca J. Erickson, and James M. Diefendorff. (2015). “Examining Men’s Status Shield: How Gender Frames the Emotional Capital and Occupational Outcomes of Nurses.” Sex Roles 72(April):377-389. DOI 10.1007/s11199-014-0419-z
Rebecca J. Erickson and Marci D. Cottingham. (2014) “Families and Emotion.” Pp. 359-383 in Handbook of the Sociology of Emotions: Volume II, edited by Jan E. Stets and Jonathan H. Turner. New York: Springer.
Gabriel, Allison S., Rebecca J. Erickson, James M. Diefendorff, and Gail E. Bromley. (2013). “A Multilevel Analysis of the Relationships between the Practice Environment Scale of the Nursing Work Index and Nursing Outcomes.” Research in Nursing and Health 36:567-581.
Marci Cottingham, Rebecca J. Erickson, James M. Diefendorff, and Gail E. Bromley. (2013) “The Effect of Manager Exclusion on Turnover Intention and Quality of Care.” Western Journal of Nursing Research. 35(88): 970-985. DOI: 10.1177/0193945913483880
Rebecca J. Erickson and Clare L. Stacey. (2012) “Nurturing Mind and Body: Emotion Management in the Context of Caring Work.” Pp. 175-196 in Emotional Labor in the 21st Century: Diverse Perspectives on Emotion Regulation at Work, edited by Alicia A. Grandey, James M. Diefendorff, and Deborah E. Rupp. NY: Psychology Press/Routledge.
Kathryn Feltey, Ph.D.
Sutherland, Jean-Anne and Feltey, Kathryn M. (2016). Here’s looking at her: an intersectional analysis of women, power and feminism in film. Journal of Gender Studies. Published online March 4, http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/09589236.2016.1152956.
Elman, Cheryl, Kathryn Feltey, Barbara Wittman, and Dani Jauk (2013). Drawn to the Land: Women's Life Course Consequences of Frontier Settlement over Two North Dakotan Land Booms, 1880-1910. Social Science History, 37(10), 39-69.
Jean-Anne Sutherland and Kathryn Feltey (Eds) (2012). Cinematic Sociology: Social Life in Film, 2nd Edition Sage/Pine Forge Press.
Frech, Adrianne and Sarah Damaske*. Forthcoming. “Relationships between Women’s Work Pathways and Mental and Physical Health. Journal of Health and Social Behavior. *Authors contributed equally.
Frech, Adrianne. 2012. “Healthy Behavior Trajectories between Adolescence and Young Adulthood.” Advances in Life Course Research 15(June):59-68.
Frech, Adrianne and Rachel Tolbert Kimbro. 2011. “Maternal Mental Health, Neighborhood Characteristics, and Time Investments in Children.” Journal of Marriage and Family 73(June):605-620.
Williams, Kristi, Sharon Sassler, Adrianne Frech, Elizabeth Cooksey, and Fenaba Addo. 2011. “Nonmarital Childbearing, Union History, and Health at Midlife.” American Sociological Review 76(June):465-486.
Williams, Kristi, Adrianne Frech, and Daniel Carlson. 2009. “Marital Status and Mental Health.” Handbook for the Study of Mental Health, 2nd edition, edited by Teresa L. Scheid and Tony Brown. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Matthew Lee, Ph.D.
Matthew T. Lee. 2015. “North Central Sociological Association Presidential Address. The Mindful Society: Contemplative Sociology, Meta-Mindfulness, and Human Flourishing.” Sociological Focus 48: 271-299.
Maria E. Pagano, Alexandra R. Wang, B.A., Brieana M. Rowles, Matthew T. Lee, Byron R. Johnson. 2015. “Social Anxiety and Peer-Helping in Adolescent Addiction Treatment.” Alcoholism: Clinical and Experimental Research 39:887-895.
Matthew T. Lee, Paige S. Veta, Byron R. Johnson, and Maria E. Pagano. 2014. “DailySpiritual Experiences and Adolescent Treatment Response.” Alcoholism Treatment Quarterly 32:271-298.
Matthew T. Lee. 2014. “The Essential Interconnections among Altruism, Morality, and Social Solidarity: The Case of Religious Altruism.” Pp. 311-331 in Vincent Jeffries (ed.), The Palgrave Handbook of Altruism, Morality, and Social Solidarity: Formulating a Field of Study. NY: Palgrave Macmillan.
Matthew T. Lee, Margaret M. Poloma, and Stephen G. Post. 2013. The Heart of Religion: Spiritual Empowerment, Benevolence, and the Experience of God's Love. New York: Oxford University Press.
Matthew T. Lee. 2013. “The Need for Social Policies that Support the Revitalizing Effects of Immigration rather than Law Enforcement Initiatives that Assume Disproportionate Immigrant Criminality.” Criminology & Public Policy 12:277-282.
Stacey Nofziger, Ph.D.
2005 Nofziger, Stacey and Don Kurtz. "Violent Lives: A Lifestyle Model linking Exposure to Violence to Juvenile Violent Offending." Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency 42 (1): 3-26.
2006 Nofziger, Stacey and Rachel E. Stein. "To Tell or Not to Tell: Lifestyle Impacts on Whether Adolescents Tell about Violent Victimization." Violence and Victims, Volume 21, Number 3 (June 2006).
2006 Nofziger, Stacey and Hye-ryeon Lee. “Differential Associations and Daily Smoking of Adolescents: The Importance of Same Sex Models.” Youth & Society 37(4): 453-478.
2008 Nofziger, Stacey. “The ‘Cause’ of Low Self-Control: The Influence of Maternal Self-Control.” Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency. 45(2): 191-224
2008 Nofziger, Stacey. “Deviant Lifestyles and Violent Victimization at School.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence. Expected in print September 2008.
Robert Peralta, Ph.D.
2015 González-forteza, Catalina, Alicia Edith, Hermosillo De, María De Los Ángeles Vacio-muro,Robert Peralta, and Fernando A Wagner. 2015. “Depression among Adolescents. A Hidden Problem for Public Health and Clinical Practice.” Médico, Boletín 72 (2): 149–155.
2015 *Meghan Novisky and Robert L. Peralta. “When Women Tell: Intimate Partner Violence and the Factors Which Influence Police Notification.” Violence Against Women 21(1): 65-86. (*Graduate student at Kent State University, Sociology).
2014 Robert Peralta. “Alcohol allows you to not be yourself: Toward a structured understanding of alcohol use and gender difference among gay, lesbian and heterosexual youth.” In The American Drug Scene: Readings in a Global Context by James Inciardi & Karen McElrath (Oxford, 7th edition) [Reprint].
2013 Robert L. Peralta and *Lori A. Tuttle. “Male Perpetrators of Heterosexual-Partner-Violence: The Role of Threats to Masculinity.” Journal of Men’s Studies 21(3):255-276.
2012 Robert L. Peralta. “College Alcohol Use and the Embodiment of Hegemonic Masculinity among European American Men.” In Drugs and the American Dream by Patti Adler, Peter Adler, & Patrick O’Brien (eds.) Pp. 152-160; Wiley-Blackwell. ISBN: 978-0-470-67027-9. (Modified Reprint of “College Alcohol Use and the Embodiment of Hegemonic Masculinity among European American Men.” Sex Roles 56: 741-756).
Margaret Poloma, Ph.D.
Poloma, Margaret M. and John C. Green. The Assemblies of God. Godly Love and the Revitalization of American Pentecostalism.
Lee, Matthew T. and Margaret M. Poloma. A Sociological Study of the Great Commandment in Pentecostalism: The Practice of Godly Love as Benevolent Service. The Mellen Press:
Poloma, Margaret M. and Ralph W. Hood, Jr. Blood and Fire. Godly Love in a Pentecostal Emerging Church.
Poloma, Margaret M.
Poloma, Margaret M. 2009. “Pentecostal Prayer within the Assemblies of God: An Empirical Study. Pneuma. The Journal for Pentecostal Studies 31, 1:47-65.
Baffour Takyi, Ph.D.
Takyi, Baffour K (forthcoming). “Secular Africa? Religion and the Secularization Debate in Contemporary Africa.” New York, NY: The Oxford Handbook of Secularism.
Takyi, Baffour K (forthcoming). “Interrogating the Study of the African Diaspora: Contemporary African Immigrants and the Creation of the Neo-Diaspora.” In New Frontiers in the Study of the Global African Diaspora. Lansing, Michigan: Michigan State University Press.
Xi, Juan, Baffour K. Takyi and Enock Lamptey. 2015. “Are Recent Immigrants Larger than Earlier Ones at Their Arrival? Cohort Variation in Initial BMI among US Immigrants 1989-2011." Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health 17 (6): 1854-1862.
Gyimah, Obeng Stephen, Jones Adjei, and Baffour K. Takyi. 2012. “Religion, Contraception and Method Choices of Married Women in Ghana.” Journal of Religion and Health 51:1359–1374.
Pokimica, Jelena, Isaac Addai, and Baffour K. Takyi. 2012. “Religion and Subjective Well-Being in Ghana.” Social Indicators Research 106:61-79.
Juan Xi, Ph.D.
Xi, Juan. Sean-Shong Hwang, and Yue Cao. 2015 “Risk Information Sharing: An Empirical Study on Risk Perception and Depressive Symptoms among Those Displaced by the Three Forges Project.” Pp 56-68. In Development-Induced Displacement and Resettlement edited by Irge Satiroglu and Narae Choi. New York, NY: Routledge
Xi, Juan, Baffour Takyi, and Enoch Lamptey. 2015. “Are Recent Immigrants Bigger than Earlier Ones at Their Arrival? Cohort Variation in Initial BMI among US Immigrants, 1989-2010.” Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health 17:1854-62.
Cao, Yue, Nicole DiPiro, Juan Xi, and James S. Krause. 2014. “Unmet Expectations of Adjustment and Depressive Symptoms among People with Chronic Traumatic Spinal Cord Injury.” Rehabilitation Psychology. 59 (3) 313-320.
Wasserman, Jason, Richard Suminski, Juan Xi, Carlene Mayfield, Alan Glaros, and Richard Magie. 2014. “A Multi-level Analysis Showing Associations between School Neighborhood and Child Body Mass Index.” International Journal of Obesity.38:912-18.
Xi, Juan. 2014. “Migration, Stress, and Health.” in The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Health, Illness, Behavior, and Society, edited by William C. Cockerham, Robert Dingwall, and Stella Quah. Oxford, England: Blackwill Publishing Ltd.
Elman, Cheryl, Linda Wray, and Juan Xi. 2013. “Fundamental Resource Dis/advantages, Youth Health and Adult Educational Outcomes.” Social Science Research 43: 108-126.
Xi, Juan.2013. “English Fluency of the U.S. Immigrants: Assimilation Effects, Cohort Variations, and Periodical Changes.” Social Science Research 42:1109-1121.
Xi, Juan, Sean-Shong Hwang, and Patricia Drentea. 2013. “Experiencing a Forced Relocation at Different Life Stages: the Effects of China’s Three-Gorges Project-Induced Relocation on Depression” Society and Mental Health. 3: 69-76.
Cao,Yue, Sean-Shong Hwang, and Juan Xi. 2012. “Project-Induced Displacement, Secondary Stressors, and Health.” Social Science and Medicine 72:1130-38.
John Zipp, Ph.D.
Prohaska, Ariane and John F. Zipp. “Gender Inequality and the Family and Medical Leave Act.” Journal of Family Issues. (forthcoming, 2011)
Zipp, John F. “Sport and Sexuality: Athletic Participation by Sexual Minority and Sexual Majority Adolescents in the U.S.” Sex Roles (January, 2011): 64:19-31.
Zipp, John F. 2007. "Learning by Exams: The Impact of Two-Stage Cooperative Tests." Teaching Sociology 35: 62-76.
Zipp, John F. and Rudy Fenwick. 2006. "Is the Academy a Liberal Hegemony? The Political Orientations and Educational Values of Professors." Public Opinion Quarterly 70: 304-326.
Zipp, John F., Ariane Prohaska and Michelle Bemiller. 2004. "Wives, Husbands, and Hidden Power in Marriage." Journal of Family Issues 25: 933-958.