Recent Student Publications
Abu-Rmeileh, Niveen, Weeam Hammoudeh, Awad Mataria, Abdullatif Husseini,Marwan Khawaja, Harry S. Shannon, Dennis Hogan, Graham C.M. Watt, Huda Zurayk, Rita Giacaman. 2011.“Health-related Quality of life of Gaza Palestinians in the aftermath of the winter 2008–09 Israeli attack on the Strip.” European Journal of Public Health. Published online September 15,2011.
Adams, Crystal, Phil Brown, Rachel Morello-Frosch, Julia Green Brody, Ruthann Rudel, Ami Zota, Sarah Dunagan, Jessica Tovar, and Sharyle Patton. 2011. “Disentangling the Exposure Experience: The Roles of Community Context and Report-Back of Environmental Exposure Data.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior. 52(2):180-196.
Adar, Sinem. (Forthcoming) “From a “Cosmopolitan” City to a “City of Remnants”: (In)Visible Inhabitants of Alexandria, 1922-1967.” in Senses of Space and Place, edited by the ASA Sociology of Culture Space & Place Network.
Adar, Sinem. 2008. “Book review of Regulating Aversion: Tolerance in the Age of Identity and Empire.” Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism. Vol. 8. No. 2. pp: 367-9.
Andia, Tatiana. Forthcoming 2012. “Pharmaceutical Intellectual Property Rights Protection and Access to Medicines in Ecuador: A Transnational Advocacy Network Perspective.” in The Battle Over Intellectual Property Laws and Access to Medicines: Empirical Studies of Global Administrative Law and Local Contestation and Innovation in Latin America. Rochelle Dreyfuss and Cesar Rodriguez (eds) Oxford.
Andia, Tatiana. 2011. “The invisible threat: trade, intellectual property, and pharmaceutical regulations in Colombia.” Pp. 77–109 in Intellectual Property, Pharmaceuticals, and Public Health: Access to Drugs in Developing Countries. Kenneth Shadlen, Samira Guennif, Alenka Guzmán, N. Lalitha (eds) Edward Elgar.
Andia, Tatiana. 2011. “Innovation and intellectual property (published in Spanish as Innovación y propiedad intelectual)” Pp 573-586 in Public Health: Perspectives. Gustavo Malagón and Alvaro Moncayo (eds) Médica Panamericana.
Brown, Phil and Alissa Cordner. 2011. “Lessons Learned From Flame Retardant Use And Regulation Could Enhance Future Control Of Potentially Hazardous Chemicals.” Health Affairs. Vol. 30, No. 5, pp. 906-914.
Brown, Phil, Crystal Adams, Rachel Morello-Frosch, and Laura Senier. 2010. “Health Social Movements: History, Current Work, and Future Directions.” Pp. 380-394 in Handbook of Medical Sociology, Sixth Edition edited by Peter Conrad, Chloe Bird, Allan Fremont, and Stefan Timmermans.
Brown, Phil, Rachel Morello-Frosch, Stephen Zavestoski, Laura Senier, Rebecca Gasior Altman, Elizabeth Hoover, Sabrina McCormick, Brian Mayer, and Crystal Adams. 2011. “Social Movements and Health.” Pp. 117-137 in Handbook of the Sociology of Health, Illness & Healing, edited by Bernice A. Pescosolido, Jack K. Martin, Jane McLeod, and Anne Rogers.
Brown, Phil, Rachel Morello-Frosch, Stephen Zavestoski, Laura Senier,Rebecca Gasior Altman, Elizabeth Hoover, Sabrina McCormick, Brian Mayer, and Crystal Adams. 2010. “Field Analysis and Policy Ethnography in the Study of Health Social Movements.” Pp. 101-116 in Social Movements and the Transformation of American Health Care edited by Jane Banaszak-Holl, Sandra R. Levitsky and Mayer N. Zald.
Burton, Deron C., Brendan Flannery, Bernard Onyango, Charles Larson, Jane Alaii, Xingyou Zhang, Mary J. Hamel, Robert F. Breiman, and Daniel Feikin. 2011. “Healthcare-seeking Behavior for Common Infectious Disease-related Illnesses in Rural Kenya: a Community Based House-to-House Survey. Journal of Health, Population, and Nutrition, 29 (1): 61-70
Cammett, Melani and Sukriti Issar. 2010. “Bricks and Mortar Clientelism: Sectarianism and the Logics of Welfare Allocation in Lebanon.” World Politics, 62 (3): 381-421.
Clark, Terry N. and Meghan Kallman. 2011.“The Global Transformation of Organized Groups: New Roles for Community Service Organizations, Non-Profits, and the New Political Culture”. Policy report commissioned by the China International Center for Economic and Technical Exchanges, Ministry of Commerce, Beijing.
Cordner, Alissa. Forthcoming 2012.“The Health Care Access and Utilization of Homeschooled Children in the United States.” Social Science & Medicine.
Cordner, Alissa, David Ciplet, Phil Brown, and Rachel Morello-Frosch. 2012. “Reflexive Research Ethics for Environmental Health and Justice: Academics and Movement-Building.” Social Movement Studies. Online March 5, 2012: DOI:10.1080/14742837.2012.664898.
Cordner, Alissa, Phil Brown, and Alison Cohen. 2011. “Public Sociology for Environmental Health and Justice.” Pp. 97-106 in Public Sociology: Research, Action, and Change. Eds. Phillip Nyden, Leslie Hossfeld and Gwen Nyden. Los Angeles: Sage.
Ciplet, David, J. Timmons Roberts and Mizan Khan. Forthcoming 2012. “The Politics of International Climate Adaptation Funding: Divisions in the Greenhouse.” Global Environmental Politics.
Ciplet, David, J. Timmons Roberts, Mizan Khan, Linlang He and Spencer Fields. 2011. “Adaptation finance: How Durban Can Deliver on Past Promises.” International Institute for Environment and Development, United Kingdom.
Ciplet, David, J. Timmons Roberts, Martin Stadelmann, Saleem Huq and Achala Chandani. 2011. “Scoring fast start climate finance: Leaders and laggards in transparency.” International Institute for Environment and Development, United Kingdom.
Ciplet, David, Anju Sharma, Achala Chandani, and Saleem Huq. 2011. “Reducing vulnerability due to climate change, climate variability and extremes, land degradation and biodiversity loss: Environmental and Developmental Challenges and Opportunities for LDCs.” Background paper commissioned by the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, Germany.
Ciplet, David, Achala Chandani, J. Timmons Roberts, and Saleem Huq. 2010. “Fast-start adaptation funding: Keeping promises from Copenhagen.” International Institute for Environment and Development, United Kingdom.
Ciplet, David, Benito Muller, J. Timmons Roberts. 2010. “How many people does it take to administer long-term climate finance?” Climate Strategies and the European Capacity Building Initiative, United Kingdom.
Dickinson, K, Heather Randell, R. Kramer, and E. Shayo. 2010. Socioeconomic Status and Malaria-Related Outcomes in Mvomero District, Tanzania. Global Public Health. Published online January 25, 2011.
Drew, Julia A. Rivera and Short, Susan E. 2010. “Disability and Pap Smear Receipt Among U.S. Women, 2000 and 2005.” Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health,42(4):258-266.
Fennell, Mary and Crystal Adams. 2011. “U.S. Healthcare Organizations: Complexity, Turbulence and Multilevel Change.” Annual Review of Sociology. 37: 205-219
Fennell, Mary, S. Clauser, and Miriam Plavin-Masterman. Forthcoming 2012. “Profound Change in Medical Technologies: Time to Re-examine the Technology-Structure Nexus in Healthcare?”, in Advances in Healthcare Organization Theory, S., Mick (ed.), Jossey-Bass.
Gibson, Christopher. Forthcoming. “Book Review of Limiting Resources: Market-led Reform and the Transformation of Public Goods by LaDawn Haglund. Social Forces.
Gibson, Christopher. Forthcoming 2012. “Making Redistributive Direct Democracy Matter: Development and Women’s Participation in the Gram Sabhas of Kerala, India. American Sociological Review.
Goldberg, Rachel E. and Susan E. Short. 2011. “The Luggage That Isn’t Theirs is Too Heavy: Explanations for Orphan Disadvantage in Lesotho.” Population Research and Policy Review 31(1):67-83.
Goldberg, Rachel E. Forthcoming. “Family Instability and Early Initiation of Sexual Activity in Western Kenya.” Demography.
Herman, Moshi O. 2011. “Neoliberal Democratization and Public Health Inequalities in sub-Saharan Africa: A Proposed Conceptual and Empirical Design” in International Handbook of Rural Demography. László J. Kulczár and Katherine J. Curtis (Eds). International Handbook of Population, Vol. 3. Springer
Herman, Moshi O., Thierry Warin, Phanindra V. Wunnava, Kirsten Wandschneider. 2011. “Southern African Economic Integration: Evidence from an Augmented Gravity Model.” African Finance Journal 13(1):1-13
Herman, Moshi O., Dennis Hogan, Tefera Belachew, Fasil Tessema, Abebe Gebremariam, and David Lindstrom. 2010. “Better Educated Youth as a Vanguard of Social Change? Adolescent Transitions to Later Marriage and Lower Fertility in Southwest Ethiopia” in Demographic Transition and Development in Africa: the Unique Case of Ethiopia. Teller, Charles; Hailemariam, Assefa (Eds). Springer
Hernández-Medina, Esther. 2010. "Social Inclusion through Participation: The Case of the Participatory Budgeting in São Paulo" International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 34(3): 512-532.
Issar, Sukriti. 2010. ‘Multiple Program Participation and Exits from Food Stamps among Elders.” Social Service Review, 84 (3): 437-460.
Jarallah, Yara. 2009. "Domestic Labor in the Gulf Countries" Journal of Immigrant & Refugee Studies. 7(1): 3-15.
Kracker Selzer, Amy and Patrick Heller. 2010. “The Spatial Dynamics of Middle-Class Formation in Postapartheid South Africa: Enclavization and Fragmentation in Johannesburg.” Pp. 171-208 in Political Power and Social Theory, edited by Julian Go.
Kubaje Adazu, Daniel Feikin, Peter Ofware, Bernard Onyango, David Obor, Rose Kiriinya, Laurence Slutsker, John Vulule, and Kayla Laserson. 2010. “Child Migration and Mortality in Rural Nyanza Province: Evidence from Kisumu Health and Demographic Surveillance System (KHDSS) in Western Kenya.” Pp. 139-158 in The Dynamics of Migration, Health and Livelihoods –INDEPTH Network Perspectives. Mark Collinson, Kubaje Adazu, Michael White, and Sally Findley (Eds). Ashgate.
Loft, Lisbeth Trille. 2011. “Child Health and Parental Relationships: Examining Relationship Termination among Danish Parents with and Without a Child with Disabilities or Chronic Illness.” International Journal of Sociology. Vol. 41:1 (Spring).
Logan, John R. and Julia A. Rivera Drew. 2011. “Human Capital, Family, and Labor Force Incorporation: The Case of Immigrants from the Former Soviet Union.” International Journal of Comparative Sociology 52(1-2): 25-44.
Logan, John R., Jennifer Darrah, and Sookhee Oh. 2012. “The Impact of Race and Ethnicity, Immigration, and Political Context on Participation in American Electoral Politics” Social Forces, forthcoming.
Logan, John R., Seth Spielman, Hongwei Xu, and Philip N. Klein. 2011. “Identifying and Bounding Ethnic Neighborhoods.” Urban Geography 32(3):334-359.
Logan, John R., Jason Jindrich, Hyoungjin Shin, and Weiwei Zhang. 2011. “Mapping America in 1880: The Urban Transition Historical GIS Project.” Historical Methods 44:49-60.
Logan, John R., Sookhee Oh, and Jennifer Darrah. 2012. “The Political and Community Context of Immigrant Naturalization” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies, forthcoming.
Logan, John R. and Weiwei Zhang. 2012. “White Ethnic Residential Segregation in Historical Perspective: U.S. Cities in 1880.” Social Science Research, forthcoming.
Luke, Nancy, Rachel E. Goldberg, Blessing U. Mberu, and Eliya M. Zulu. Forthcoming. "Social Exchange and Sexual Behavior in Young Women's Premarital Relationships in Kenya." Journal of Marriage and Family.
Luke, Nancy and Hongwei Xu. 2011. “Exploring the Meaning of Context for Health: Community Influences on Child Health in South India.” Demographic Research 24(15):345-374.
Marwan Khawaja, Shireen Assaf, Yara Jarallah. 2009. "The Transition to Lower Fertility in the West Bank and Gaza Strip: Evidence from Recent Surveys". Journal of Population Research. 26(2): 153-174.
Quesnel-Vallée, A., Farrah, J.-S., and Tania M. Jenkins. 2011. “Population aging, health systems and equity: Shared challenges for the U.S. and Canada.” Pp. 563-581 in R. A. Settersten & J. L. Angel (Eds.), The Handbook of Sociology of Aging. New York: Springer.
Randell, Heather, K. Dickinson, E. Shayo, L. Mboera and R. Kramer. 2010. Environmental Management for Malaria Control: Knowledge and Practices in Mvomero, Tanzania. EcoHealth. Published online August 6, 2010.
Rodríguez-Muñiz, Michael. 2010. “Grappling with Latinidad: Puerto Rican Activism in Chicago's Immigrant Rights Movement.” in ¡La Marcha!: Latino Chicago and the Immigrant Rights Movement, edited by N. Flores-González and A. Pallares. Chicago: University of Illinois Press.
Sanghera, Balihar, Mehrigiul Ablezova and Aisalkyn Botoeva. 2011. “Everyday morality in families and a critique of social capital: an investigation into moral judgements, responsibilities, and sentiments in Kyrgyzstani households.” Theory and Society, vol 40:2, pp 167-190.
Short, Susan E., Hongwei Xu, and Ying Liu. Forthcoming. “Little Emperors? Growing Up in China After the One-child Policy.” In Eric Kaufmann and W. Bradford Wilcox (eds.) Whither the Child: Causes and Consequences of Low Fertility. Paradigm Publishers.
Singh, Gayatri and Benjamin Clark. Forthcoming. “Creating a frame: a spatial approach to random sampling of immigrant households in inner city Johannesburg.” Journal of Refuge Studies.
Song, Jing and John Logan. 2010. “Family and Market: Nonagricultural Employment in Rural China.” Chinese Journal of Sociology. Vol. 30, No. 5, 142-163.
Song, Jing. 2010. “Moving Purchase and Sitting Purchase: Housing Reform and Transition to Homeownership in Beijing.” Housing Studies. Vol. 25, No. 6, 903-919.
Xu, Hongwei and Susan E. Short. 2011. “Health Insurance Rates in Nine Provinces in China Doubled From 1997 to 2006 with a Dramatic Rural Upswing” Health Affairs 30(12): 2419-2426.
Xu, Hongwei, Nancy Luke, and Eliya Zulu. 2010. “Concurrent Sexual Partnerships among Youth in Urban Kenya: Prevalence and Partnership Effects.” Population Studies 64(3):247-261.
Ziadni, Maisa, Weeam Hammoudeh, Niveen Abu-Rmeileh, Dennis Hogan, Harry Shannon, Rita Giacaman. 2011. “Sources of Human Insecurity in Post-War Situations: the case of Gaza.” Journal of Human Security, 7(3):23-36