Journal Articles & Book Chapters

Recent Journal Articles & Book Chapters

Yukich, Grace, Brad R. Fulton and Richard L. Wood. 2019. “Representative Group Styles: How Ally Immigrant Rights Organizations Promote Immigrant Involvement," Social Problems. DOI: 10.1093/socpro/spz025.

Wilson, Eli R. 2019. “Managing Portfolio Lives: Flexibility and Privilege Amongst Upscale Restaurant Workers in Los AngelesQualitative Sociology.

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

Henderson, Loren, Assata Zerai and Rebecca Morrow. 2017. “Intimate Partner Violence and Human Immunodeficiency Virus Status among Ever-Married and Cohabiting Zimbabwean Women: An Examination of Partners’ Traits," African Journal of Reproductive Health, 21(4): 45-54.

Zerai, Assata. 2017. “Millennium Development Goals Shortfalls in Zimbabwe: Access to Water and Sanitation, and Early Childhood Morbidity," Development Southern Africa, 34(6):802-824.

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

Zerai, Assata, Joanna Perez, and Chenyi Wang. 2016. "A Proposal for Expanding Endarkened Transnational Feminist Praxis: Creating a Database of Women’s Scholarship and Activism to Promote Health in Zimbabwe," Qualitative Inquiry, 23(2): 107-118.

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

Markofski, Wes, Brad R. Fulton, and Richard L. Wood. 2019. “Secular Evangelicals: Faith-Based Organizing and Four Modes of Public Religion,” Sociology of Religion: A Quarterly Review, XX:XX 1–28. DOI: 10.1093/socrel/srz045. Download free access copy.

Wood, Richard L. 2019. “Passion and Virtue in Public Life: Focal Practices and the Political Holiness the World Needs,” in Political Power and Social Theory, edited by Ruth Braunstein in a special volume titled Religion and Political Polarization: A Force for Humility or Arrogance?. Brief version published on The Immanent Frame online scholarly forum. Reprinted in Religion, Humility, and Democracy in a Divided America (Bingley, UK: Emerald Press, edited by Ruth Braunstein).

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.

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.

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.

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.


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.

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.

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.

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.

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.

Krivo, Lauren J., María B. Vélez, Christopher J. Lyons, Jason B Phillips, and Elizabeth Sabbath*. 2018. “Race, Crime and the Changing Fortunes of Urban Neighborhoods (1993-2013),” The DuBois Review, 15(1):47-68.

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.

 Lyons, Christopher J. 2007. “Community (Dis)Organization and Racially Motivated Crime,” American Journal of Sociology 113(3): 815-63.

Denotes graduate student coauthor

Ragan, Daniel T. 2020. "Similarity between deviant peers: Developmental trends in influence and selection." Criminology, 58(2), 336-369.

Guzman, C. Estela Vasquez, Julia Meredith Hess, Alexis Handal, Kimberly R. Huyser, Alexandra Hernandez-Vallant, Mario Javier Chavez, Norma Casas, Diana Anahi Torres, Margarita Galvis, Dulce Medina, Felipe Rodriguez, Danielle Parker, and Jessica Goodkind. 2020. “Latinx/@ Immigrant Inclusion Trajectories: Individual Agency, Structural Constraints, and the Role of Community-Based Organizations in Immigrant Mobilities.” American Journal of Orthopsychiatry.


Goodkind, Jessica, Deborah Bybee, Julia M. Hess, Suha Amer, Martin Ndayisenga, R. Neil Greene, Ryeora Choe, Brian Isakson, Brandon Baca, and Mahbooba Pannah. 2020. "Randomized Controlled Trial of a Multi-level Intervention to Address Social Determinants of Refugee Mental Health." American Journal of Community Psychology 65(3-4):272-289. doi: 10.1002/ajcp.12418

Miller, Alexander, Julia M. Hess, Deborah Bybee, and Jessica Goodkind. 2018. “Understanding the Mental Health Consequences of Family Separation for Refugees: Implications for Policy and Practice,” American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 88(1): 26-37doi: 10.1037/ort0000272.

Goodkind, Jessica, Suha Amer, Charlisa Christian, Julia M. Hess, Deborah Bybee, Brian Isakson, Brandon Baca, Martin Ndaysenga, R. Neil Greene, and Cece Shantzek. 2017. “Challenges and Innovations in a Community-based Participatory Randomized Controlled Trial,” Health Education & Behavior 44(1):123-130.

 Barker, Kristin Kay. 2019. “Lay Pharmacovigilance and the Dramatization of Risk: Fluoroquinolone Harm on YouTube.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior 60(4): 509–524.

Fallin, Mallory, Owen Whooley, and Kristin Barker. 2019. “Criminalizing the Brain: Neurocriminology and the Production of Strategic Ignorance,” BioSocieties.

Barker, Kristin and Cirila Estela Vasquez Guzman. 2016 "Pharmaceutical Direct-To-Consumer Advertising and U.S. Hispanic Patient-Consumers." Sociology of Health and Illness 38(1): 1337-1351.

Md. Jahirul Islam, Lisa Broidy, Paul Mazerolle, Kathleen Baird, Nurunnahar Mazumder & Khondker Mohammad Zobair. 2019. "Do Maternal Depression and Self-Esteem Moderate and Mediate the Association Between Intimate Partner Violence After Childbirth and Postpartum Suicidal Ideation?," Archives of Suicide Research.


Broidy, Lisa, Jason Payne and Alex Piquero. 2018. "Making Sense of Heterogeneity in the Influence of Child Abuse, Mental Health, and Drug Use on Women’s Offending Pathways,"Criminal Justice and Behavior.

Wickes, Rebecca L., Lisa Broidy, and John Hipp. 2018. "Responding to Neighborhood Problems: Is the Division of Community Labor Gendered?" Crime and Delinquency 64(9): 1215-1241.

Broidy, Lisa and Elizabeth Cauffman. 2017. "The Glueck Women: Using the Past to Assess and Extend Contemporary Understandings of Women's Desistance from Crime," Journal of Developmental and Life Course Criminology. 3:102-125.

López, Nancy, Edward Vargas, Lisa Cacari-Stone, Melina Juarez, Sonia Bettez. 2018. “What’s Your “Street Race”? Leveraging Multidimensional Measures of Race and Intersectionality for Examining Physical and Mental Health Status Among Latinx." Sociology of Race and Ethnicity, 4(1):49-66. (DOI: 10.1177/2332649217708798)

López, Nancy, Christopher Erwin, Melissa Binder and Mario Chavez*. 2018. “Making the Invisible Visible: Advancing Quantitative Methods Through Critical Race Theory and Intersectionality for Revealing Complex Race-Gender-Class Inequalities in Higher Education, 1980- 2015,” Race, Ethnicity and Education: Special Issue, QuantCrit: Rectifying Quantitative Methods Through Critical Race Theory
 21(2): 180-207. (DOI: 10.1080/13613324.2017.1375185)