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.
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.
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 Perspective. Edited 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).
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.