Emily Ascencio, Ph.D
Parker, Robert Nash and Emily K. Asencio. 2012.GIS and Spatial Analysis for the Social Sciences 2nd Edition. Oxford. Routledge.
Asencio, Emily K. and Peter J. Burke 2011. “Can the Criminal Identity be Changed by a Label? Examining the Impact of Labels from an Identity Theory Perspective.” Sociological Perspectives.54(2):163-182.
Asencio, Emily K. 2011 “Familiarity, Legitimation, and Frequency: What Matters More for the Criminal Self-view?” Sociological Inquiry 80(4): 636-654.
Parker, Robert Nash, Kirk R. Williams, Kevin McCaffrey, Emily K. Asencio, Angela Browne, Kevin J. Strom, and Kelle Barrick 2011.“The relationship between retail availability and youth homicide: Alcohol and youth violence in the 100 largest US cities 1984-2006.” Drug and Alcohol Review. (forthcoming).
Valerie Callanan, Ph.D.
Callanan, Valerie and Brent Teasdale. (2009) “An Exploration of Gender Differences in Measurement of Fear of Crime.” Feminist Criminology, 4, 4: 359-376.
Callanan, Valerie J. and Mark S. Davis. (2009). “A Comparison of Suicide Note Writers with Suicides Who Did Not Leave Notes." Suicide & Life-Threatening Behavior, 39, 5.
Davis, Mark S., Valerie J. Callanan, David Lester and Janet Haines. (2009). “An Inquiry into Relationship Suicides and Reciprocity.” Suicide & Life-Threatening Behavior, 39, 5
Janette Dill, Ph.D.
Dill, J.S. (forthcoming). 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.
Ribas, V., & Dill, J.S., & Cohen, P. (forthcoming). Care workers and mobility: An exploratory analysis of the effects of job changes on wages. Social Science and Medicine
Dill, J.S., Morgan, J.C., & Marshall, V. (forthcoming). The relationship between job satisfaction, intent to stay, and retention for low-wage healthcare workers: Examining the role of “contingency factors.” The Gerontologist.
Dill, J.S., Morgan, J.C., & Kalleberg, A. (2012). “Making bad jobs better: The case of frontline healthcare workers.” In F. Carre, C. Warhurst, P. Findlay, & C. Tilly (eds), Are Bad Jobs Inevitable? London: Palgrave Press.
Chuang, E., Dill, J. S., Morgan, J. C., & Konrad, T. R. (2012). A configurational approach to the relationship between high-performance work practices and frontline health care worker outcomes. Health Services Research, 47(4), 1460-1481.
Dill, J.S., Morgan, J.C., Konrad, T.R. (2010). Strengthening the long-term care workforce: The influence of the WIN A STEP UP workplace intervention on turnover of direct care workers. Journal of Applied Gerontology, 29(2), 196-214.
Dill, J.S., & Cagle, J.G. (2010). Caregiving in the patient’s place of residence: Turnover of direct care workers in hospice and home care agencies. Journal of Aging and Health, 22(6), 713-733.
Cheryl Elman, Ph.D.
Forthcoming“Drawn to the Land: Life Course Consequences of Frontier Women’s Settlement.” Cheryl Elman, Kathryn Feltey, Barbara Wittman and Daniela Jauk. Social Science History
Cheryl Elman. 2011. The Midlife Years: Human Capital and Job Mobility. Chapter In Richard A. Settersten and Jacqueline Angel (Eds.) Handbook of the Sociology of Aging. Springer.
“The Co-Ingestion of Nonmedical Prescription Drugs and Alcohol: A Partial Test of Social Learning Theory.” 2011. Jennifer Steele, Robert Peralta, Cheryl Elman. Journal of Drug Issues. 41: 561-586.
“Racial Differences in Multigenerational Living Arrangements in 1910.” 2011. Cheryl Elman and Andrew London. Social Science History. 35: 275-322.
Angela M. O’Rand, Jenifer Hamil-Luker and Cheryl Elman. 2009. Childhood Adversity, Educational Trajectories and Self-Reported Health in Later Life. Zeitschrift für Erziehungswissenschaft, Special Issue on Aging and Education. 12: 357-384.
Amy Kroska and Cheryl Elman. 2009. Change in Attitudes about Employed Mothers: Exposure, Interests and Gender Ideology Discrepancies. Social Science Research. 38: 366-382.
Rebecca Erickson, Ph.D.
Rebecca J. Erickson (Principal Investigator) and James M. Diefendorff (Co-Investigator). 2010-2012."Identity and Emotional Management Control in Health Care Settings" Funded by the National Science Foundation (SES-1024271; $189,620).
Diefendorff, James M, Rebecca J. Erickson, Alicia A. Grandey, and Jason Dahling. 2011. “Emotional Display Rules as Work Unit Norms: A Multilevel Analysis of Emotional Labor Among Nurses.” Journal of Occupational Health Psychology 16(1):1-17.
Gabriel, Allison S., James M. Diefendorff, and Rebecca J. Erickson. Forthcoming. “The Relations of Daily coming Task Accomplishment Satisfaction with Changes in Affect: A Multilevel Study in Nurses. Journal of Applied Psychology.
Rebecca J. Erickson. 2010. “Emotional Carework, Gender, and the Division of Household Labor.” Pp. 94-112 in The Emotional Eye of Families and Work: Essays in Honor of Arlie Hochschild, edited by Anita Garey and Karen V. Hansen. Princeton, New Jersey: Rutgers University Press.
Kathryn Feltey, Ph.D.
2013. Cheryl Elman, Kathryn Feltey, Barbara Wittman, and Dani Jauk. Drawn to the Land: Women's Life Course Consequences of Frontier Settlement over Two North Dakotan Land Booms, 1880-1910. Forthcoming in Social Science History.
2012. Jean-Anne Sutherland and Kathryn Feltey, editors, Cinematic Sociology: Social Life in Film, 2nd Edition Sage/Pine Forge Press.
2010. Marianne S. Noh, Matthew Lee, Kathryn M. Feltey. “Mad, Bad, or Reasonable? Newspaper Portrayals of the Battered Woman Who Kills.” Gender Issues 27:110-130.
2010. Jean-Anne Sutherland and Kathryn Feltey, editors, Cinematic Sociology: Social Life in Film. Sage/Pine Forge Press. Kathryn M. Feltey. 2009 “Is a Nonkilling Society Possible? A Sociological Response.” In Towards a Nonkilling Paradigm, edited by Joám Evans. Center for Global Nonviolence and the Spark Matsunaga Institute for Peace at the University of Hawaii.
2009. Rachel Z Schneider and Kathryn Feltey. “‘No Matter What Has Been Done Wrong Can Always Be Re-Done Right’: Spirituality in the Lives of Imprisoned Battered Women.” Violence Against Women 15:443-459.
Rudy Fenwick, Ph.D.
Fenwick, Rudy, and Mark Tausig. 2010. “Occupational Changes in Job Stressors in the U.S.A., 1972-2006.” Pp. 203-221 in Different Perspectives on Changes at Work. Edited by Paul-Andre Lapointe, Julien Pelletier and Francois Vaudreuil. Quebec, Canada: Laval University Press.
Tausig, Mark, and Rudy Fenwick. 2009. “Recession and Well-Being.” Reprinted: Pp. 316-338 in The Sociology of Mental Illness: A Comprehensive Reader. Edited by Jane D. McLeod and Eric R. Wright. New York: Oxford University Press.
Fenwick, Rudy. 2009. “Flexible Work Arrangements.” Pp. 144-152 in Encyclopedia of the Life Course and Human Development: Adulthood(Volume 2). Edited by Deborah Carr. Macmillan Reference.
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.
2003. Matthew T. Lee. Crime on the Border: Immigration and Homicide in Urban Communities. New York: LFB Scholarly Publishing.
2007 Matthew T. Lee and Jeannine A. Gailey. “Who is to Blame for Deviance in Organizations? The Role of Scholarly Worldviews.” Sociology Compass 1:536-551.
2009 Matthew T. Lee and Margaret M. Poloma. A Sociological Study of the Great Commandment in Pentecostalism: The Practice of Godly Love as Benevolent Service. Lewiston, NY: The Edwin Mellen Press.
2010 Ramiro Martinez, Jr., Jacob I. Stowell, and Matthew T. Lee. “Immigration and Crime in an Era of Transformation: A Longitudinal Analysis of Homicides in San Diego Neighborhoods, 1980-2000.” Criminology, volume 48, issue 3.
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.
Brian Pendleton, Ph.D.
Labuda Schrop S, Pendleton B.F., McCord G., Gil K.M., Stockton L.S., McNatt J., Gilchrist V.J. 2006. The medically underserved: Who is likely to exercise and why. Jr. of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved 17(2): 276-289.
Wernet, C., Elman, C., Pendleton, B.F. 2005. The Postmodern individual: Structural determinants of attitudes. Comparative Sociology 4(3-4):339-364.
Sutherland-Bindas, J.A., Poloma, M. & Pendleton, B. 2003. “Religion, spirituality, and alternative health practices: The baby boomer and cold war cohorts.” Jr. of Religion and Health 42(4):315-338.
Robert Peralta, Ph.D.
2010 Robert L. Peralta. “Raced and Gendered Reactions to the Deviance of Drinking: A Sociological Analysis of Race and Gender Disparities in Alcohol Use.” (Accepted at Contemporary Drug Problems, appearing 2010).
Robert L. Peralta, Lori Tuttle and Jennifer L. Steele. “At the Intersection of Interpersonal Violence, Masculinity, and Alcohol Use: The Experiences of Heterosexual Male Perpetrators of Intimate Partner Violence." Violence Against Women 16(4): 387-409 (funded by The University of Akron, FRG 1613).
Robert L. Peralta and Jennifer L. Steele. “Non-Medical Prescription Drug Use among College Students at a U.S. Midwest University: A Partial Test of Social Learning Theory.” Substance Use and Misuse 45: 865-887.
2009 C. André Christie-Mizell and Robert L. Peralta. “The Gender Gap in Alcohol Consumption during Late Adolescence and Young Adulthood: Gendered Attitudes and Adult Roles.” The Journal of Health and Social Behavior 50: 410-426.
Robert L. Peralta and Jennifer L. Steele. “On Drinking Styles and Race: A Consideration of the Socio-Structural Determinants of Alcohol Use Behavior.” Journal of Ethnicity in Substance Abuse 8 (2): 146-162 (funded by The University of Akron, FRG 1667).
Robert L. Peralta and Jodi Ross. “Understanding the Complexity of Alcohol-Related Intimate Partner Violence in the Lives of Hispanic Men Who Have Sex with Men: Methodological Issues and Considerations.” Gender Issues 26: 85-104 (funded by The University of Akron, FRG 1613).
2008 Robert L. Peralta. ““Alcohol Allows You to Not be Yourself:” Toward a Structured Understanding of Alcohol Use and Gender Difference among Gay, Lesbian and Heterosexual Youth.” Journal of Drug Issues 38: 373-400.
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.
Rachel Schneider, Ph.D.
Michelle Bemiller, Rachel Schneider. 2010. It’s Not Just a Joke. Sociological Spectrum, Volume 30, issue 4, July 2010, Pages 459-479.
Mark Tausig, Ph.D.
2010 (forthcoming). Mark Tausig, Janardan Subedi, Christopher Broughton, Jelena Pokimica, Yinmei Huang and Susan L. Santangelo.. “The Continued Salience of Methodological Issues for Measuring Psychiatric Disorders in International Surveys.” International Journal of Mental Health and Addiction.
2007. Mark Tausig, Sree Subedi and Janardan Subedi. “The Bioethics of Medical Research in Very Poor Countries. “ Health: An Interdisciplinary Journal for the Social Study of Health, Illness and Medicine. 11:145-161.
2007. Rudy Fenwick and Mark Tausig. A Political Economy of Stress: Recontextualizing the Study of Mental Health/Illness in Sociology. Pp. 143-167. In Mental Health, Social Mirror. William Avison, Jane McLeod and Bernice Pescosolido, editors. Kluwer Academic.
Baffour Takyi, Ph.D.
Takyi, Baffour K. and Stephen Obeng Gyimah. 2007. “Matrilineal Family Ties and Marital Dissolution in Ghana.” Journal of Family Issues 28:682-705.
Gyimah, Stephen Obeng, Baffour K. Takyi, and Isaac Addai. 2006. “Challenges to the Reproductive Health Needs of African Women: On Religion and Maternal Health Utilization in Ghana.” Social Science and Medicine 62:2930-2944.
Takyi, Baffour K. and Francis N. A. Dodoo. 2005. “Gender, Lineage, and Fertility-Related Outcomes in Ghana.” Journal of Marriage and Family 67: 251-257.
Konadu-Agyeman, K., Baffour K. Takyi and John Arthur (ed.). 2006. The New African Diaspora in North America: Community Building, and Adaptation. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield/Lexington Books, 307 pages.
Oheneba-Sakyi, Yaw & Baffour K. Takyi (ed.). 2006. African Families at the Turn of the 21st Century. Westport, CT: Praeger/Greenwood Publishing Group, 318 pages
Juan Xi, Ph.D.
Xi, Juan and Hwang, Sean-Shong. “Relocation Stress, Coping, and Sense of Control among Resettlers Resulting from China’s Three Gorges Dam Project” Social Indicators Research DOI 10.1007/s11205-010-9758-5.
Juan Xi and Sean-Shong Hwang. 2011. “Unmet Expectations and Symptoms of Depression among the Three Gorges Project Resettlers.” Social Science Research 40:245-56.
Hwang, Sean-Shong, Yue Cao, and Juan Xi. 2011. “The Short-Term Social, Economic, and Health Impact of China’s Three Gorges Dam Project: A Prospective Study.” Social Indicators Research 101:73-92.
Hwang, Sean-Shong, Yue Cao, and Juan Xi. 2010. “The Short-Term Social, Economic, and Health Impact of China’s Three Gorges Dam Project: A Prospective Study.” Social Indicators Research in press.
Xi, Juan, Sean-Shong Hwang, and Yue Cao. 2010. “Ecological Context and Immigrants’ Earnings: English Ability as a Mediator.” Social Science Research. 39:652-661.
Hwang, Sean-Shong, Yue Cao, and Juan Xi. 2010. “Project-induced Migration and Depression: A Panel Analysis” Social Science and Medicine.70:1765-72.
Hwang, Sean-Shong, Juan Xi, and Yue Cao. 2010. “The Conditional Relationship between English Language Proficiency and Earnings among U.S. Immigrants.” Ethnic and Racial Studies. Epub ahead of print (ifirst 2010 pp 1-28)
Curtis, Jeffrey R , Tarun Arora, Juan Xi, Andrew Silver, Jeroan J. Allison, Lang Chen, Kenneth G. Saag, Anna Schenck, Andrew O Westfall, Cathleen Colón-Emeric. 2009. “Do Physicians Within The Same Practice Setting Manage Osteoporosis Patients Similarly? Implications for Implementation Research.” Osteoporosis International. Epub ahead of print.
Curtis, Jeffrey R , Juan Xi, Andrew O Westfall, Hong Cheng, Kenneth Lyles, Kenneth G Saag, Elizabeth Delzell. 2009. “Improving the Prediction of Medication Adherence: The Example of Bisphosphonates for Osteoprosis.” Medical Care. 47:334-341.
Curtis, Jeffrey R., Amy S Mudano, Daniel H Solomon, Juan Xi, Mary Elkins Melton, Kenneth G Saag, 2009. “Identification and Validation of Vertebral Compression Fractures using Administrative Claims Data.” Medical Care. 47 (1): 69-72
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.