Journal Articles & Book Chapters
Recent Journal Articles & Book Chapters
Broidy, Lisa and Wayne Santoro. 2017. "General Strain Theory and Racial Insurgency: Assessing the Role of Legitimate Coping," Justice Quarterly:1-28. doi: 10.1080/07418825.2017.1327610
Huyser, Kimberly R., Gabriel R. Sanchez, and Edward D. Vargas. 2016. “Civic Engagement and Political Participation among American Indians and Alaska Natives in the United States,” Politics, Groups and Identities: 1-18.
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 Elizabeth Higginbotham and Margaret Andersen. Plymouth, MA: Cengage Learning.
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.
Marian Azab* and Wayne A. Santoro. forthcoming. 2017. “Rethinking Fear and Protest: The Racialized Repression of Arab Americans and the Mobilization Benefits of Being Afraid,” Mobilization: An International Quarterly (December Special Issue on Racialization)
Santoro, Wayne A. 2015. “Was the Civil Rights Movement Successful? Tracking and Understanding Black Views,” Sociological Forum 30(S1): 627-647.
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.
Vélez, María B., Christopher Lyons, and Wayne A. Santoro. 2015. “The Political Context of the Percent Black-Neighborhood Violence Link: A Multilevel Analysis.” Social Problems doi: 10.1093/socpro/spu005.
Santoro, Wayne A. and Marian Azab*. 2015. “Arab American Protest in the Terror Decade: Macro- and Micro-Level Response to Post-9/11 Repression.” Social Problems 62(2): 219-240.
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).
Rodriguez, Clara, Nancy López and Grigoris Argeros. 2015. “Latinos and the Colorline,” Emerging Trends in the Social and Behavioral Sciences, edited by Robert A. Scott and Stephen Kosslyn. NY: Sage Publications: 1-11.
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.
Hess, Julia M., Brian Isakson, Ann Githinji, Natalie Roche, Kathryn Vadnais, Danielle P. Parker, and Jessica Goodkind. 2014. “Reducing Mental Health Disparities Through Transformative Learning: A Social Change Model with Refugees and Students,” Psychological Services, 11(3): 347-356.
* Denotes graduate student coauthor
Santoro, Wayne A. and Lisa Broidy. 2014. “Gendered Rioting: A General Strain Theoretical Approach,” Social Forces 93(1):329-354.
* Denotes graduate student coauthor
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.
Huyser, Kimberly R., Isao Takei, and Arthur Sakamoto. 2014. "Demographic Factors associated with Poverty among American Indians and Alaska Natives," Race and Social Problems 6(2):120-34.
Ragan, Daniel T. 2014. "Revisiting 'What They Think': Adolescent Drinking and the Importance of Peer Beliefs," Criminology, 52(3): 488-513
Vélez, María B. and Christopher Lyons. 2014. “Making or Breaking Neighborhoods: Public Social Control and the Political Economy of Urban Crime.” Criminology and Public Policy 13(2): 225-235.
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.
López, Nancy. 2013. “Killing Two Birds With One Stone? Why We Need Two Separate Questions on Race & Ethnicity in 2020 Census and Beyond,” Latino Studies Journal, 11(3):428-438.
Lyons, Christopher J., María B. Vélez, and Wayne A. Santoro. 2013. “Neighborhood Immigration, Violence, and City-Level Immigrant Political Opportunities.” American Sociological Review 78: 604-632.
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.
Vélez, María B., Christopher Lyons and Blake Boursaw. 2012 “Assessing the Relationship between Mortgage Lending and Crime: An Analysis of Seattle Neighborhoods (1981-2007).” Criminology 50(4):1025-1056.
Santoro, Wayne A., María B. Vélez, and Stacy Keogh. 2012. “Mexican American Protest, Ethnic Resiliency, and Social Capital: The Mobilization Benefits of Having Social Ties to Whites”. Social Forces 91(1):209-231.
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.
Vélez, María B. and Kelly Richardson. 2012. “The Political Economy of Neighborhood Homicide in Chicago: The Role of Bank Investment”. British Journal of Criminology 52(3): 490-513. doi:10.1093/bjc/azr092.
Whooley, Owen. 2010. “Diagnostic Ambivalence: Psychiatric Workarounds and the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders,” Sociology of Health & Illness, 32(3): 452‑469.
Vélez, María B. 2009. “Contextualizing the Immigration and Crime Effect: An Analysis of Chicago Neighborhoods.” Homicide Studies 13:325-335.
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.