Faculty Publications

Recent Journal Articles & Book Chapters

Goodkind, Jessica,Julieta Ferrera, David Lardier, Julia M. Hess, and R. Neil Greene. Forthcoming. “A Mixed Method Study of the Effects of Post-Migration Economic Stressors on the Mental Health of Recently Resettled Refugees.” Society and Mental Health. doi: 10.1177/2156869320973446

Whooley, Owen and Kristin Barker. forthcoming 2021. “Uncertain and Under Quarantine: Toward                 Sociology of Medical Ignorance,” Journal of Health and Social Behavior.

Ray, Ranita. Forthcoming. “School as a Hostile Institution: How Black and Immigrant Girls of Color Experience the Classroom,” Gender & Society.

Barker, Kristin, Alexis M. Kenney and R. Neil Greene. 2021. “Wrong versus Right(eous): Online Reader Comments as Scientific Boundary-Work.” Sociological Forum 36(N3).

Knight, Danica K, Jennifer Becan, David Olson, Noah Painter-Davis, Justin Jones, Amanda Wiese, Pam Carey, Dona Howell, and Kevin Knight. 2021. "Justice Community Opioid Innovation Network (JCOIN): The TCU Research Hub," Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment.

Park, Kiwoong. 2021. “Adolescents’ Relative Position in School and Educational Attainment: The Mediating Role of Educational Expectations,” Social Science Research 94 (2021):102520.

Park, Kiwoong. 2021. “Does Relative Deprivation in School During Adolescence Get Under the Skin? A Causal Mediation Analysis from the Life Course Perspective,” Social Indicators Research: 154: 285–312.

Whooley, Owen and Kristin Barker. 2021. “Uncertain and Under Quarantine: Toward Sociology of Medical Ignorance.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior, forthcoming.

Korver-Glenn, Elizabeth, Sylvia Emmanuel, Mary E. Campbell, and Verna M. Keith. 2020. “Media Consumption and Racial Residential Preferences.” Social Science Quarterly. 

Davis, Georgiann and Torisha Khonach. 2020. “The Paradox of Positionality: Avoiding, Embracing, or Resisting Feminist Accountability,”Fat Studies: An Interdisciplinary Journal of Body Weight and Society 9(2):101-113.

Howell, Junia and Elizabeth Korver-Glenn. 2020. “The Increasing Effect of Neighborhood Racial Composition on Home Values, 1980-2015.” Social Problems.

Painter-Davis, Noah and Jeffery T. Ulmer. 2020. Discretion and Disparity Under Sentencing Guidelines Revisited: The Interrelationship Between Structured Sentencing Alternatives and Guideline Decision Making, Journal of Research in Crime and Delinquency. 57(3): 263-293.

Markofski, Wes, Brad R. Fulton, and Richard L. Wood. 2020. “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.

Thomas, Reuben J. 2020. “Online Exogamy Reconsidered: Estimating the Internet’s Effects on Racial, Educational, Religious, Political and Age Assortative Mating,” Social Forces.

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, 90(6), 772–786.

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

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

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.

Nepstad, Sharon Erickson. 2019. “Religion, Ideology, and Support for Nonviolent Revolutionary Struggles: A Comparison of Catholic Leaders in Argentina, Chile, and El Salvador in the 1970s-1980s.”Research in Social Movements, Conflict, and Change 43: 89-108.

Ray, Ranita and Korey Tillman. 2019. “Envisioning a Feminist Urban Ethnography: Structure, Culture, and New Directions in Poverty Studies,Sociology Compass 13(1): 1-10

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.

Fulton, Brad, Michelle Oyakawa, and Richard L. Wood. 2019. “Critical Standpoint: Leaders of Color Advancing Racial Equality in Predominantly White Organizations,” Non-Profit Management and Leadership. DOI: 10.1002/nml.21387.

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).

 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. https://doi.org/10.1177/0022146519888242

Wilson, Eli R. 2019. “Managing Portfolio Lives: Flexibility and Privilege Amongst Upscale Restaurant Workers in Los Angeles,Qualitative Sociology 42: 321–336.

Elliott, James R., Elizabeth Korver-Glenn, and Dan Bolger. 2019. “The Successive Nature of City Parks: Making and Remaking Unequal Access Over Time.” City & Community 18(1):109-127.

Wilson, Eli. 2019. “Tip Work: Examining the Relational Dynamics of Tipping Beyond the Service Counter,” Symbolic Interaction, 42: 669-690. DOI: 10.1002/SYMB.413.

Park, Kiwoong. 2019. “Black-White Differences in the Relationship between Parental Income and Depression in Young Adulthood: The Different Roles of Family Support and College Enrollment among US Adolescents,” Sociology of Race and Ethnicity 5(4): 578-594.

Rosenfeld, Michael J., Reuben J. Thomas, and Sonia Hausen. 2019. “Disintermediating Your Friends: How Online Dating in the United States Displaces Other Ways of Meeting,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences

Hernandez, Maricarmen.2019. “Building a Home: Everyday Placemaking in a Toxic Neighborhood.” Sociological Perspectives, 62(5):709-727.

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.

Nepstad, Sharon Erickson and Alexis M. Kenney. 2018. “Legitimation Battles, Backfire Dynamics, and Tactical Persistence in the NFL Anthem Protests, 2016-2017.” Mobilization 23(4): 469-483.

Ray, Ranita. 2018. “’Identity of Distance’: How Economically Marginalized Black and Latina Women Navigate Risk Discourse and Employ Feminist Ideals,Social Problems 65(4): 456–472.

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.

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.

Wilson, Eli. 2018. “Bridging the Service Divide: Dual Labor Niches and Embedded Opportunities in Restaurant Work,”  RSF: Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences4(1): 115-127.

Korver-Glenn, Elizabeth. 2018. “Compounding Inequalities: How Racial Stereotypes and Discrimination Accumulate Across the Stages of Housing Exchange,” American Sociological Review, 83(4): 627-656.

Korver-Glenn, Elizabeth. 2018. "Brokering Ties and Inequality: How White Real Estate Agents Recreate Advantage and Exclusion in Urban Housing Markets," Social Currents 5(4):350-368.

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.

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.

NepstadSharon Erickson. 2017. “Religious Beliefs and Perceptions of Repression in the U.S. and Swedish Plowshares Movement," in Religion and Progressive Activism: New Stories About Faith and Politics, edited by Ruth Braunstein, Todd Fuist, and Rhys Williams. NY: New York University Press, 246-268.

Steffensmeier, Darrell, Noah Painter-Davis, and Jeffrey Ulmer. 2017. “Intersectionality of Race, Ethnicity, Gender, and Age on Criminal Punishment,” Sociological Perspectives 60(4): 810-833.

Painter-Davis, Noah. 2016. “Immigration Effects on Violence Contextualized: The Role of Immigrant Destination Type and Race/Ethnicity,” Sociological Perspectives 59(1): 130-152.

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.

Wilson, Eli. 2017. “Stuck Behind Kitchen Doors? Assessing the Work Prospects of Second-Generation Latino Workers in a Los Angeles Restaurant,”  Ethnic and Racial Studies 41(2): 210-228. 

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.

López, Nancy and Vivian L. Gadsden. 2017. “Health Inequities, Social Determinants, and Intersectionality,” in Perspectives on Health Equity & Social Determinants of Health, edited by K. Bogard, V.M. Murry and C. Alexander. Washington DC: National Academy of Medicine.