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Journal Articles & Book Chapters

Recent Journal Articles & Book Chapters

Wilson, Eli. 2019. “Tip Work: Examining the Relational Dynamics of Tipping Beyond the Service Counter,” Symbolic Interaction. DOI: 10.1002/SYMB.413.

Broidy, Lisa and Wayne Santoro.  2018. "General Strain Theory and Racial Insurgency: Assessing the Role of Legitimate Coping," Justice Quarterly 35(1):162-189.

López, Nancy. 2016. “Contextualizing Lived Race-Gender and the Racialized Gendered Social Determinants of Health, in Race and Ethnicity in Society: The Changing Landscape, Fourth Edition, edited by E. Higginbotham and M. Andersen. Plymouth, MA: Cengage Learning.

* Denotes graduate student coauthor

Whooley, Owen. 2016. “Measuring Mental Disorders: The Failed Commensuration Project of DSM-5,” Social Science & Medicine, 166:33-40.

Wood serves as co-editor of Cambridge University Press' book series Cambridge Studies in Social Theory, Religion, and Politics. His new book, A Shared Future: Faith-Based Organizing for Racial Equity and Ethical Democracy (a national survey and case study of the tensions between universalist and multiculturalist understandings of democracy co-authored with Brad R. Fulton) will be published in mid-2015 by the University of Chicago Press.  His current writing includes two chapters in Pentecostalism, Politics, and Political Culture: A Comparative Perspective, a forthcoming volume co-edited with Daniel Jordan Smith.

Bardhan, Soumia and Richard L. Wood. Wood. Forthcoming in 2015, “The Role of Technology and Culture in Civil Society Promotion in the Middle East: A Case Study Approach”. Digest of Middle Eastern Studies 24:1 (Spring 2015).

Goodkind, Jessica, Beverly Gorman, Julia M. Hess, Danielle P. Parker, and Richard L. Hough.  2015.  “Reconsidering Culturally Competent Approaches to American Indian Healing and Well-Being,”  Qualitative Health Research, 25(4), 486-499.

Barker, Kristin and Tasha Galardi. 2015 "Diagnostic Domain Defense and the DSM-5: The Case of Autism Spectrum Disorder." Social Problems 62(1), 120-140.

Bardhan, Soumia and Richard L. Wood. Forthcoming in 2015, “The Role of Technology and Culture in Civil Society Promotion in the Middle East: A Case Study Approach”. Digest of Middle Eastern Studies 24:1 (Spring 2015).

Wood, Richard L. and Brad R. Fulton. 2015. A Shared Future: Faith-based organizing for racial equity and ethical democracy. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press.

María B. Vélez, Christopher J. Lyons, and Wayne Santoro. 2015. “The Political Context of the Percent of Black-Neighborhood violence link: A Multilevel Analysis,” Social Problems 62(1): 93-119.

Nepstad, Sharon Erickson. 2013. “Mutiny and Nonviolence in the Arab Spring: Exploring Military Defections and Loyalty in Egypt, Bahrain, and Syria,” Journal of Peace Research 50(3): 337-349.

McFarland, Daniel, James Moody, Jeff A. Smith, David Diehl and Reuben J. Thomas. 2014.  “Network Ecology and Adolescent Social Structure.” American Sociological Review. 79,6:1088-121.

Whooley, Owen.  2014. “Nosological Reflections:  The Failure of DSM-5, the Emergence of RDoC, and the Decontextualization of Mental Distress,” Society and Mental Health, 4(2):92-110

Braunstein, Ruth, Brad Fulton, and Richard L. Wood. 2014. "The Role of Bridging Cultural Practices in Racially and Socioeconomically Diverse Civic Organizations." American Sociological Review 79 (4): 705-25.

Wood, Richard L. 2014. "Advancing the Grounded Study of Religion & Society in Latin America" in Lived Citizenship and Lived Religion in Latin America’s Zones of Crisis, a special issue of the Latin American Research Review edited by Benjamin Junge, Jeffrey Rubin, & David Smilde.

Ragan, Daniel T.  2014.  "Revisiting 'What They Think':  Adolescent Drinking and the Importance of Peer Beliefs," Criminology, 52(3): 488-513

Ragan, Daniel T., D. Wayne Osgood, and Mark E. Feinberg.  2014.  "Friends as a Bridge to Parental Influence: Implications for Adolescent Alcohol Use," Social Forces, 92(3):1061-1085.

Barker, Kristin. 2014 "Mindfulness Meditation: Do-It-Yourself Medicalization of Every Moment." Social Science & Medicine 106: 168-176.

Wood, Richard L. (2014). Advancing the Grounded Study of Religion and Society in Latin America: Concluding Comments. Latin American Research Review,49(S), 185-193.

Stacy Keogh and Richard L. Wood. 2013. “The Rebirth of Catholic Collective Action in Central America”, in Social Compass 60:2, 289-307 (June 2013). http://hdl.handle.net/1928/23067

Thomas, Reuben J. and Noah P. Mark. 2013. "Population Size, Network Density, and the Emergence of Inherited Inequality." Social Forces. 92,2:521-44.

Lyons, Christopher J., María B. Vélez, and Wayne Santoro. 2013. “Immigration, Neighborhood Violence, and City Political Opportunities.”  American Sociological Review 78(4): 604-32.

Rosenfeld, Michael J. and Reuben J. Thomas. 2012. "Searching for a Mate: The Rise of the Internet as Social Intermediary." American Sociological Review. 77,4:523-47.

Brad Fulton and Richard L. Wood. 2012. “Interfaith Organizing: Emerging Theological and Organizational Challenges” in International Journal of Public Theology 6(2012), 1-23.

Mary Beth Howe and Robert Fiala. 2008. "Process Matters:  Disputant Satisfaction in Mediated Civil Cases."  The Justice System Journal  29:85-99.

Robert Fiala Translated 2008.  "La ideologia educative y el curriculo escolar." Pp. 47-74 in El Conocimiento Escolar En Una Perspectiva Historica Y Comparativa.  Buenos Aires: Grancia.

Gonzales, Phillip B., ed. 2007. Expressing New Mexico: Creativity, Ritual and Memory. Tucson, AZ: University of Arizona Press.

McFarland, Daniel A. and Reuben J. Thomas. 2006. "Bowling Young: How Youth Voluntary Associations Influence Adult Political Participation." American Sociological Review. 71,3:401-25.

Robert Fiala. 2006. "Educational Ideology and the School Curriculum."  Pp. 1-20 in School Knowledge in Comparative and Historical PerspectiveEdited by Aaron Benavot and Cecilia Braslavsky.  Hong Kong: Springer.

England, Paula and Reuben J. Thomas. 2006. "The Decline of the Date and the Rise of the College Hook Up." in Arlene Skolnick (ed.) The Family in Transition. Boston: Allyn & Bacon.

Gonzales, Phillip B. and Ann Massmann. 2006. "Loyalty Questioned: Nuevomexicanos and the Great War," Pacific Historical Review, 75 (4): 629-666.

Robert Fiala  and Susan Tiano. 2003 "Maquila Employment and Fertility in Mexicali, Mexico: A Study of the Dynamics of Productive and Reproductive Relations."  Research Paper Series No. 39, Latin American Institute, University of New Mexico.

Gonzales, Phillip B. 2006 "Whither the Nuevomexicanos: The Career of a Southwestern Intellectual Discourse, 1907-2004," The Social Science Journal 43 (2): 273-286.

Richard L. Wood. 2002. Faith in Action: Religion, Race, and Democratic Organizing in America (Chicago: University of Chicago Press).

Robert Fiala 1992 "Studies in the New International Comparative Political Economy."  Guest editor for special Issue of Sociological  Perspectives (Journal of the Pacific Sociological Association).  Greenwich, CN: JAI Press.

Soller, Brian and Aubrey L. Jackson. 2018. “Girls’ Self-Efficacy in the Context of Neighborhood Gender Stratification,” Social Science Researchh 72:100-114.

Jackson, Aubrey L., Brian Soller and Christopher R. Browning. 2017. “The Attenuating Influence of Women's Relative Neighborhood Resources on the Association Between Observed Behavioral Cues and Perceptions of Social Disorder,” City & Community 16(2):189-208.

Browning, Christopher R., Catherine A. Calder, Brian Soller, Aubrey L. Jackson, and Jonathan Dirlam*. 2017. “Ecological Networks and Neighborhood Social Organization,” American Journal of Sociology 122(6):1939-88.

Soller, Brian, Aubrey L. Jackson and Erin R. Coleman*. 2017. “Violent Peers and Street Efficacy in Legally-Cynical Neighborhoods,” Social Currents 4(2):156-174.

Jackson, Aubrey L. 2016. “The Combined Effect of Women’s Neighborhood Resources and Collective Efficacy on IPV,” Journal of Marriage and Family 78(4):890-907.

Denotes graduate student coauthor

Carlson, Daniel L. and Brian Soller. Forthcoming. “Gender and Sexual Self-Efficacy,” Journal of Marriage and Family.

Soller, Brian, Jennifer E. Copp, Dana L. Haynie, and Alena Kuhlemeier*. Forthcoming. “Adolescent Dating Violence Victimization and Relationship Dissolution,” Youth and Society.

Soller, Brian, Jessica Goodkind, Neil Greene*, Christopher R. Browning, and Cece Shantek. Forthcoming. “Ecological Networks and Refugee’s Social Integration," American Journal of Community Psychology.

Soller, Brian, and Alena Kuhlemeier*. Forthcoming. “Gender and Intimate Partner Violence in Latino Immigrant Neighborhoods," Journal of Quantitative Criminology.

Soller, Brian and Aubrey L. Jackson. 2018. “Girls’ Self-Efficacy in the Context of Neighborhood Gender Stratification,” Social Science Research 72:100-114.

Browning, Christopher R., Catherine Calder, Brian Soller, Aubrey L. Jackson, and Jonathan Dirlam. 2017. “Ecological Networks and Neighborhood Social Organization,American Journal of Sociology 122:1939-1988.

Denotes graduate student coauthor

Hernandez, Alma*, María B. Vélez and Christopher J. Lyons. 2016. “The Racial Invariance Thesis and Neighborhood Crime: Beyond the Black-White Divide.” Race and Justice: 1-28. DOI: 10.1177/2153368716669986

María B. Vélez, Christopher J. Lyons, and Blake Boursaw. 2012. “Neighborhood Housing Investments and Violent Crime in Seattle: 1981-2007,” Criminology 50(4): 1025-56.