SSSP 2014 Annual Meeting

Date: Thursday, August 14

Time: 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Budget, Finance, and Audit Committee, 2013-14
Room: Pacific G


Date: Thursday, August 14

Time: 11:45 AM - 4:45 PM

Board of Directors Meeting, 2013-14
Room: Foothill F


Date: Thursday, August 14

Time: 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Board of Directors Reception, 2013-14
Room: Sierra A


Date: Thursday, August 14

Time: 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Welcoming Reception
Room: Club Room


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 8:00 AM - 10:10 AM

Permanent Organization and Strategic Planning Committee, 2013-14
Room: Pacific D


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Graduate Student Meeting with Student Board Representatives
Room: Foothill F


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

THEMATIC

Session 1: Consumer Credit, Debt, and Breaking Barriers to Inequality
Room: Foothill A

Sponsors: Poverty, Class, and Inequality
Sociology and Social Welfare

Organizer: Keith Bentele, University of Massachusetts, Boston

Presider: Kimberly Greenman, University of Nevada, Reno

Papers:

“Bursting Whose Bubble? The Racial Tax Consequences of Evaporated Home Value,” Kasey Henricks, American Bar Foundation and Loyola University Chicago, Winner of the Sociology and Social Welfare Division’s Student Paper Competition

“Families Facing Foreclosure: The Downsides of Wealth Creation through Homeownership,” Elyse Kovalsky, Northwestern University

“It’s Time to Save More for College and Minimize Student Loan Debt,” Hyun-a Song, University of Pittsburgh

“The Importance of Applicants’ Socio-Economic Characteristics in the Micro-Lending Process: An Application of Planned Behavior Theory,” Kimberly Greenman, University of Nevada, Reno

“The Subprime Crisis and Local Development: Contradictions and Opportunities,” Miranda J. Martinez, The Ohio State University


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 2: Teaching Intersectionality/Teaching Sociology
Room: Foothill B

Sponsors: Racial and Ethnic Minorities
Teaching Social Problems

Organizer, Presider &

Discussant: Michelle A. Harris, Northern Arizona University

Papers:

“Challenges to Investigating Difference,” Sarah Prior, Northern Arizona University

“Popular Media and the Sociological Imagination: Insights into a Teaching Sociology Exercise,” Fernando I. Rivera, University of Central Florida and Eduardo T. Pérez, Bridgewater State University

“Teaching Intersectionality in a Public Sociology and Civic Engagement Course,” Kathleen Odell Korgen, William Paterson University

“Transnationalizing Intersectionality,” Sabrina Alimahomed, California State University, Long Beach


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 3: Deviance and Crime in Sports
Room: Foothill D

Sponsors: Crime and Juvenile Delinquency
Law and Society
Sport, Leisure, and the Body

Organizer, Presider &

Discussant: Stephani Williams, Northern Arizona University

Papers:

“‘Operation Roll Red Roll’: A Case Study of the Consequences of Social Media among Steubenville Athletes,” Bridget K. Welch, Western Illinois University and Anna E. Kosloski, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs

“On Privileged Grounds: Sport, Law, and Agamben’s State of Exception,” Curtis A. Fogel, Lakehead University Orillia

“Pushing Back or Staying Back: Explaining the Coexistence of Resistance and Adherence in Disadvantaged Neighborhoods,” Carlos Felipe Bustamante, University of California, Berkeley

“Reflecting on the Perfect Storm (young, male athletes in a privileged patriarchal culture) and a Neglected Cause (epidemiological criminology),” Fernando E. Linhares, Drew University and Deborah Cordonnier, Goddard University


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 4: CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Kicked Out: The Crisis of School-Based Discipline Among Low-Income Students of Color
Room: Foothill E

Sponsor: Educational Problems

Organizer &

Presider: Jeffrey O. Sacha, University of Southern California

Papers:

“Punishing Opportunity: School Discipline and the Reproduction of Racial Inequality,” Edward W. Morris and Brea L. Perry, University of Kentucky

“The Production of the Docile Student: School Discipline in Texas,” Jessica L. Dunning-Lozano, The University of Texas, Austin, Winner of the Educational Problems Division’s Student Paper Competition

“Race and Gender Congruence: Effects of Teacher-Student Pairing on Student Test Score Gains,” Irina Chukhray and Dara Shifrer, Rice University

“Incarcerated Young Adults Study: From Education to Incarceration,” Susan McCarter, University of North Carolina at Charlotte and Joseph Graham, University of North Carolina, Charlotte

“Mapping the Pipeline: The Effects of Exclusionary Discipline Experience in High School on Post-Secondary Outcomes in California,” Robert Chlala, University of Southern California


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

THEMATIC

Session 5: The Social Organization of Families Under Scrutiny
Room: Foothill G1

Sponsors: Family
Institutional Ethnography

Organizer &

Presider: Elizabeth L. Brule, York University

Discussant: Sobia Shaheen Shaikh, Memorial University

Papers:

“Autistic Youth and the Home-Clinic: How Hybrid Spaces and the Ideology of ‘Family’ Rule the Social Organization of Autism Services in Ontario,” Julia F. Gruson-Wood, York University

“Families on Trial: Race, Immigrant Generation, and Managing the Bronx Family Court System,” Vikki Katz, Rutgers University

“Just Like A Nightmare: Coping among Mixed-Status Couples,” April M. Schueths, Georgia Southern University

“Provider Perspectives on Family Child Care Quality,” Kimberly D. Lucas and Megan P.R. Madison, Brandeis University


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 6: Crime and Interventions in International and Domestic Contexts
Room: Foothill G2

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizer: Robert Silverman, University at Buffalo, SUNY

Presider: Crystal Null, University of California, Irvine

Papers:

“Penal Policy Towards Street and Corporate Crimes in Poland,” Lucjan Mis, Jagiellonian University

“Social Supports of Offenders under Community Supervision,” Crystal Null, University of California, Irvine

“The Iraqi Police Values Survey,” Jesse Wozniak, West Virginia University

“The More Things Change the More They Stay the Same: The Construct Validity of Collective Efficacy,” Michael C. Gearhart, Case Western Reserve University


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

THEMATIC

Session 7: Environmental Privilege: Consumption, Waste, and Inequality
Room: Foothill H

Sponsor: Environment and Technology

Organizer &

Presider: Monique Y. Ouimette, Boston College

Papers:

“Waste Lands: Perceptions and Realities of Litter in Low-Income Neighborhoods,” Bridget M. Costello, King's College

“Disasters and Waste: A County-Level Analysis,” Laura McKinney and Clare Cannon, Tulane University

“Environmental Privilege and Denial in a ‘Matter of Concern’: Fragrance Restrictions in the Workplace,” Monique Y. Ouimette, Boston College

“Combating Environmental Privilege & Inequality through Participatory Action Research,” Krista Bywater, Muhlenberg College

“Indigenizing the Core Curriculum: Human and Non-Human, Stories and Histories, Epistemologies and Ethics,” Christopher Norden, Lewis-Clark State College


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

THEMATIC

Session 8: Disability, Poverty, and Work: Multiple Locations of Disadvantage
Room: Foothill J

Sponsors: Conflict, Social Action, and Change
Disabilities

Organizer &

Presider: Sara E. Green, University of South Florida

Description:  Both people with disabilities and paid care workers who provide the assistance they need are often trapped in low paid jobs. Also, lack of paid care (or the expense of such care) may adversely affect the employment of family members of individuals who require assistance - especially mothers, daughters and female spouses or partners. Thus, people occupying multiple locations with respect to disability may be subjected to economic disadvantage. The interests of those who inhabit these various locations are often seen as conflicting - reducing chances for common understanding and action. A session including papers exploring the work and economic disadvantages of various locations with respect to disability (individuals with disabilities, family members and paid care workers) could provide fruitful identification of common ground.

Papers:

“Effects of Childhood Disability on Parental Employment: The Importance of Long Term Supports,” Sara E. Green, University of South Florida

“Rights in the Workplace: Employment and the Americans with Disabilities Act,” Paul R. Durlak, University at Buffalo, SUNY

“Intrastate Confinement as a Barrier to Economic Opportunity for People with Disabilities,” Brian R. Grossman and Ashley Volion, University of Illinois, Chicago

“‘You Don’t Get Paid for What You Are Worth’: Caregivers’ Narratives of Work and Wages,” Dina V. Vdovichenko, University of South Florida,Tampa

“Theorizing Complex Inequality: Personal Support Services Provided to People with Physical Disabilities by Immigrant Workers of Color,” Cynthia J. Cranford, University of Toronto


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 9: PAPERS IN THE ROUND: Getting from Social Knowledge to Social Change: A Roundtable Exploration of Social Research
Room: Club Room

Sponsor: Sociology and Social Welfare

Organizer: Vibeke Bak Nielsen, Aalborg University

Presider: R.A. Dello Buono, Manhattan College

Roundtable Title: Getting from Social Knowledge to Social Change: A Roundtable Exploration of Social Research

Papers:

“Confronting White Epistemological Ignorance: Toward a Race Critical Praxis for Social Change,” Jennifer C. Mueller, Skidmore College

“Futile Knowledge: The Disconnect Between Evidence-based Research & Medicare Home Health Policy & Practice,” William D. Cabin, University of Michigan and Susan Havens Lang, Lang Associates, LLC

“Weathering the Storm: Botswana’s Culture of Care,” Lengwe-Katembula Mwansa and Gloria Jacques, University of Botswana


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

THEMATIC

Session 10: War on the Poor: Youth and Elderly in Poverty CANCELLED


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 11: Transnational Organizing
Room: Pacific H

Sponsors: Global
Labor Studies

Organizer, Presider &

Discussant: Stephanie A. Limoncelli, Loyola Marymount University

Papers:

“New American Relief and Development Organizations: Voluntarizing Global Aid,” Allison Schnable, Princeton University

“Networking for Women’s Rights: Transnational Feminist Organizing in Southern Africa,” Yvonne A. Braun and Michael C. Dreiling, University of Oregon

“International Health Volunteering; Understanding Organizational Goals,” Judith N. Lasker, Lehigh University


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 12: Intersections of Sexualities, Race, and Class
Room: Pacific I

Sponsor: Sexual Behavior, Politics, and Communities

Organizer: Marni A. Brown, Georgia Gwinnett College

Presider: Amanda M. Jungels, Army Institute of Public Health

Papers:

“At the Intersections of Race, Gender, and Class: Anti-immigrant Organizations on the Web,” Katrina R. Bloch, Kent State University, Stark

“Hate Crime Discourse and Challenges to Homophobia that Reinforce Race and Social Class Inequality,” Doug Meyer, The University of Virginia

“Racialized Desires and Challenges within Inter-ethnic Relationships in Cambodia’s Entertainment Sector,” Heidi Hoefinger, National Development and Research Institutes (NDRI)

“When Drama is a Luxury: Making Sense of Class in Girls’ Bullying Narratives,” Sarah A. Miller, University of Massachusetts, Amherst


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Council of Division Chairpersons, 2013-14 & 2014-15
Room: Foothill F


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Racial/Ethnic Minority Graduate Scholarship Committee, 2013-14 CANCELLED


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Transnational Initiative Committee, 2013-14
Room: Club Room


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 13: Disadvantage and Mental Health: Selection and Causation Mechanisms
Room: Foothill A

Sponsor: Society and Mental Health

Organizer &

Presider: Jason Houle, Dartmouth College

Papers:

“Coping with Stress in Graduate School,” Rachel La Touche, Jamie L. Oslawski-Lopez, Rebecca K. Grady, Kristina Simacek and Alyssa Powers, Indiana University

“Economic Status in Early Adolescence and Outcomes in Young Adulthood: Consideration of Fundamental Cause and Intersectionality,” Andrea Larson and Emily J. Warren, University of Wisconsin, Madison

“Hispanic Ethnicity and Psychological Distress: Results from a South Florida Study,” Donavan C. Bowers and John Taylor, Florida State University

“Neighborhood Mechanisms Associated with Depression, Anxiety and PTSD among Latino and African American Youth,” Kristen A. Berg, Anna Maria Santiago, Karen Ishler and Eun Lye Lee, Case Western Reserve University

“Understandings of Community and Subjective Social Status among People Using Community Mental Health Centers,” Wallis Adams, Northeastern University, Institute on Urban Health Research and Practice, Christopher Prener, Northeastern University, Suzanne Garverich, IUHRP, Northeastern University, Tammi Arford, University of Massachusetts, Dartmouth and Alisa Lincoln, IUHRP, Northeastern University


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 14: Race, Ethnicity, and Racisms: International Conceptions and Manifestations
Room: Foothill B

Sponsor: Racial and Ethnic Minorities

Organizer, Presider &

Discussant: Melissa F. Weiner, College of the Holy Cross

Papers:

“Race, Ethnicity and Nation: How Well Do Theories and Concepts Travel Back and Forth Across ‘the Pond?’,” Ashley "Woody" Doane, University of Hartford

“Boundaries of Blackness, Citizenship, and Difference among France’s North African Second-Generation,” Jean M. Beaman, Purdue University

“Teaching the Boundaries of the Nation: French Immigrant Integration Programs as Sites of Racialization,” Elizabeth Anne Onasch, Northwestern University


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 15: Poverty, Crime, and Punishment
Room: Foothill D

Sponsors: Crime and Juvenile Delinquency
Law and Society
Poverty, Class, and Inequality

Organizer &

Presider: Kelley J. Sittner Hartshorn, Oklahoma State University

Discussant: Heather McLaughlin, Oklahoma State University

Papers:

“Legal Cynicism, Police Reliance, and the Meaning of Safety to Disadvantaged Women,” Monica C. Bell, Harvard University

“Social Marginalization and Survival through the Lens of Women Formerly on Death Row in the Philippines,” Diana Therese Montejo Veloso, De La Salle University

“The Social Construction of Motherhood: Its Impact on Female Criminality and Incarceration,” Jenna Lee Slater, Pitzer College


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 16: CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Community-based Research with Youth
Room: Foothill E

Sponsor: Community Research and Development

Organizer &

Presider: Alfred DeFreece, Roosevelt University

Papers:

“A Little Knowledge Goes a Long Way: Evaluating the 4 Me! Teen Health Project,” Jeffry A. Will, University of North Florida Center for Community Initiatives and Tracy A. Milligan, UNF Center for Community Initiatives

“Empowering Young Spirits: Conducting Ethical Research with Two-Spirit Youth,” Anne M. Luna-Gordinier, Howard University

“Finding a Place to Call Home: Housing Experiences and Sources of Support among Emerging Adults Leaving Public Systems,” Susanna R. Curry, University of California, Los Angeles and Laura S. Abrams, University of California, Los Angeles, Luskin School of Public Affairs

“Herding Cats: UC-Riverside’s Labor, Community, Organizing and Health Project,” Juliann Allison, Political Science, UC-Riverside, Ruhi Khan, Media & Cultural Studies, UC-Riverside, Ellen R. Reese, University of California, Riverside, Rebecca Spence-Dobias, Undergraduate Research in the Community, UC-Riverside and Jason Struna, Sociology, UC-Riverside

“The Stakeholders Are doing it for Themselves,” Quinn M. Gentry, Tekla Evans and Elandis Miller, MPH, Messages of Empowerment Productions


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 17: Social Construction of Social Problems: Case Studies
Room: Foothill G2

Sponsor: Social Problems Theory

Organizer: Joel Best, University of Delaware

Presider: R. J. Maratea, New Mexico State University

Papers:

“No Men in Girl’s Bathrooms: Embodied Harm to Children Arguments in Anti-Transgender Campaigns,” Amy L. Stone, Trinity University

“On The Question of Vegan Privilege,” Jessica B. Greenebaum, Central Connecticut State University

“Race, Carceral Devolution, and the Transformation of Urban Poverty in America,” Reuben Miller, University of Michigan

“The Social Construction of Race and Ethnicity,” Gina Petonito, Miami University


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 18: Framing the Conversation: Income Inequality, Wage Disparities, and Exploitation
Room: Foothill H

Sponsor: Conflict, Social Action, and Change

Organizer &

Presider: Matthew E. Wilkinson, Coastal Carolina University

Papers:

“African American Women Workers in the Postindustrial Period: The Role of Education in Evaluating Racial Wage Parity among Women,” Katrinell M. Davis, University of Vermont

“Different Game, Different Frame? Depictions of Immigration in the African American and Mainstream Press in the Nuevo South,” Irene Browne, Natalie Deckard and Mary Odem, Emory University

“Latina/o Health Discourses in Newspring Media from 2006-2010: A Content Analysis of Four Syndicated Newspapers,” Frank J. Ortega, Texas A&M University

“The Disparity of Personal Earnings among Asian Immigrants in Texas: Rethinking Assimilation Theory,” Xinyuan Zou, Texas A&M University


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 19: War on Disability? Deprivation, Disparities, and Disenfranchisement
Room: Foothill J

Sponsor: Disabilities

Organizers: Thomas P. Horejes, Gallaudet University
Deborah L. Little, Adelphi University

Presider &

Discussant: Deborah L. Little, Adelphi University

Description:  This session brings together apparently disparate research papers to explore, together, the multiple venues and means by which disabled people continue to be constrained or prevented from full and equal participation. Join us for an exciting conversation about problems and possibilities.

Papers:

“Evidence for the Social Roots of Special Education Labels within a Large Urban School District,” Dara Shifrer, Rice University and Rachel Fish, University of Wisconsin, Madison

“From School Push out to Push Back: Court Involved Youth with Disabilities and Special Educational Services,” Heather Dalmage, Roosevelt University and Meghan Burke, University of Illinois, Chicago

“To Protect or Serve?: An Interactional Analysis of Police Enforcement of the Sit-Lie Ordinance,” Lillian Taylor Jungleib and Katherine D. Matthews, University of California, Santa Barbara

“Proposing a Meta-Analysis Think Tank to Challenge the Status Quo,” Steven E. Wallis, Foundation for the Advancement of Social Theory and Capella University and Bernadette M. Wright, Meaningful Evidence, LLC


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 20: Roundtables: Precarity in the Labor Market
Room: Club Room

Sponsor: Labor Studies

Organizer: George Gonos, SUNY-Potsdam

Presider: Debra Osnowitz, Clark University

Roundtable Title: Precarity in the Labor Market

Papers:

“‘Pirate crews’ and the Reality of Being a Pirate: Mexican Immigrants and the Precariousness of Labor in the Restaurant Industry,” Black Hawk Hancock, DePaul University

“Chaebol’s Turn to Service: Retail Concentration and Fate of the Self-Employed After the 1997 Asian Financial Crisis,” Lanu Kim, University of Washington and Solee I. Shin, Lund University

“The Role of Social Networks and Internal Hiring Practices in the Labor Market Incorporation of Hispanic Immigrants in Economically Depressed New Destinations,” Jacqueline Villarrubia-Mendoza, Colgate University


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 21: Substance Use in the Life Course
Room: Pacific E

Sponsors: Drinking and Drugs
Youth, Aging, and the Life Course

Organizer: Brian C. Kelly, Purdue University

Presider: Xiaozhao Yosef Yang, Purdue University

Papers:

“Social Bonding and Smoking Trajectories from Adolescence to Early Adulthood in the U.S.,” Xiaozhao Yosef Yang, Purdue University

“Inventing a More Acceptable Tobacco Product? College Students’ Normative Perceptions of Cigarettes, Chew, Dip, Snus, and Dissolvables,” Mark Wolfson, Cynthia K. Suerken and Jessica R. Pockey, Wake Forest School of Medicine

“Do As I Do: Examining the Impact of Descriptive & Injunctive Norms on Undergraduate Drug Use,” Lauren B. Norman, Emily R. Strohacker and Jason A. Ford, University of Central Florida

“Controlled Loss of Control: Young Adults Presentation of Strategic Prescription Drug Misuse in Nightlife Scenes,” Mark Pawson, CUNY - Graduate Center, Brian C. Kelly, Purdue University, Brooke E. Wells and Jeffrey T. Parsons, Hunter College

“A Gendered Analysis of Long-Term Marijuana Use among Baby Boomers,” Sheigla Averill, Paloma Sales, Nicholas Lau, Fiona Murphy, Sye-Ok Sato and Sheigla Murphy, Institute for Scientific Analysis


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 22: Comparative/International Health Among Women and LGBTs
Room: Pacific H

Sponsors: Global
Health, Health Policy, and Health Services
Sexual Behavior, Politics, and Communities

Organizers: Jenny Lendrum, Wayne State University
Christina Miller-Bellor, Wayne State University

Presider &

Discussant: Christina Miller-Bellor, Wayne State University

Papers:

“Attitudes Towards Restricting HIV-Positive Women’s Sexual and Reproductive Rights,” Abdallah Badahdah, University of North Dakota

“Cultural Context and Frame Variation in the Breastfeeding Movement: U.S. and Canadian Strategies,” Harmony D. Newman, University of Northern Colorado

“Disentangling Gender and Sexuality: Understanding the Social Context of HIV/AIDS for African Americans,” E. Maxwell Davis, California State University, East Bay

“Is Schooling a ‘Social Vaccine’ against HIV for Adolescent Girls? Evidence from Malawi and Uganda,” Julia A. Behrman, New York University, Honorable Mention of the Health, Health Policy, and Health Services Division’s Student Paper Competition


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 23: Emerging Inequalities in Public Health Systems
Room: Pacific I

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizer: Robert Silverman, University at Buffalo, SUNY

Presider: Joshua G. LePree, University of Colorado, Boulder

Papers:

“‘Beyond’- An Initiative in Visual Ethnography,” Tanni Chaudhuri, Rhode Island College

“Micro, Macro and the Myth of the AIDS Free Generation,” Samuel R. Friedman, National Development and Research Institutes (NDRI), Enirque Pouget, Milagros Sandoval, Yolanda Jones and Pedro Mateu-Gelabert, National Development and Research Institutes and Georgios Nikolopoulos, IAS/NIDA Fellow and TRIP Project, Greece

“Morality, Science, and HIV Prevention: Discursive Politics in the United States and the United Kingdom,” Tasleem Padamsee, The Ohio State University

“Transnational Healthcare: Anticipating the Effects of the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act in the Latino Community,” Alexandra Casuso, Florida Atlantic University

“When the Ethnographer Truly ‘Gets It’: Notes on the Social Construction of Immigrant Tuberculosis,” Joshua G. LePree, University of Colorado, Boulder


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:30 PM

Editorial and Publications Committee 2013-14 & 2014-15
Room: Pacific D


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Disabilities
Room: Club Room


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Family
Room: Club Room


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Global
Room: Club Room


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Health, Health Policy, and Health Services
Room: Club Room


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Society and Mental Health
Room: Club Room


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Poverty, Class, and Inequality
Room: Club Room


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Racial and Ethnic Minorities
Room: Club Room


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Sexual Behavior, Politics, and Communities
Room: Club Room


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Youth, Aging, and the Life Course
Room: Club Room


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Local Arrangements Committee, 2013-14 & 2014-15
Room: Bin 55


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Nominations Committee, 2013-14 (Closed Meeting)
Room: Foothill F


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 24: Gender, Sexuality, and Sport
Room: Foothill A

Sponsor: Sport, Leisure, and the Body

Organizer: Michela Musto, University of Southern California

Presider: Chelsea Johnson, University of Southern California

Papers:

“‘They Never See the Ass Kickin’ Coming!’ Women’s Experiences as Fantasy Sports Participants,” Rebecca Joyce Kissane, Lafayette College and Sarah Winslow, Clemson University

“Business or Cause? Gender and Contested Institutional Logics in Women’s Professional Soccer,” Rachel Allison, University of Illinois, Chicago, Winner of the Sport, Leisure, and the Body Division’s Student Paper Competition

“Coming Out, Being Out, and Acting Out: Strategies for Negotiating the Sport Environment,” Elizabeth S. Cavalier, Georgia Gwinnett College

“Rolling Forward, but Never Straight: Forging Queer Places and Spaces within Women’s Roller Derby,” Suzanne R. Becker, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

“Girls and the Racialization of Female Bodies in Sport Contexts,” Cheryl Cooky, Purdue University and Lauren Rauscher, Robert Morris University


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 25: Education as an Anti-Poverty Program and Strategy
Room: Foothill B

Sponsor: Educational Problems

Organizer &

Presider: Autumn R. Green, Endicott College

Discussant: David Harker, Boston College

Papers:

“Neoliberal Education Reforms, Inequality, and a School: Connecting Abstract Structural Change and Felt Experience,” William Vaughan Taylor, University of Tennessee

“Assessment of a Comprehensive Approach for Increasing African American Male Achievement in Higher Education,” H. Lovell Smith, Loyola University, Maryland and Duane O. Reid, Jr., Baltimore City Community College

“Investigating Student-Athletes’ Experiences of Athletics and Academia,” Dinur Blum, University of California, Riverside and Adam G. Sanford, California State University, Dominguez Hills

“The Winding Path Back to School: Hidden Obstacles to Higher Education for Low-Income Single Mothers,” Amanda Lynne Freeman, Boston College


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 26: Unintended Consequences of the War on Drugs I
Room: Foothill D

Sponsors: Crime and Juvenile Delinquency
Drinking and Drugs

Organizer &

Presider: Patrick K. O'Brien, University of Wisconsin, Whitewater

Papers:

“The ‘Paco Problem’ in Argentina: A Cost and Consequence of the War on Drugs,” Shana Harris, National Development and Research Institutes (NDRI)

“Prevalence of Biological Risk Factors and STIs among Drug Using Mexican American Men with Histories of Gang Membership,” Alice Cepeda and Avelardo Valdez, University of Southern California and Kathryn Nowotny, University of Colorado, Boulder

“The Impact of Opioid Prescriber Surveillance on Doctor-Patient Relationships and Drug Markets,” Sonia Mendoza, New York University Medical Center


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 27: CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Institutional Ethnographers Organizing for Change: Making Change from Below
Room: Foothill E

Sponsors: Conflict, Social Action, and Change
Institutional Ethnography

Organizers: Marie L. Campbell, University of Victoria
Cheryl Zurawski, Athabasca University/University of Calgary

Presider: Marie L. Campbell, University of Victoria

Papers:

“Activism Without Activists: How Ruling Relations Shape (Non)Activist Identities,” Jaime McCauley, Northern Kentucky University

“Are You New to Town? How Young People Connect Others to Social Service Organizations,” Jessica A. Braimoh, McMaster University

“Developing a Web-Based Toolkit for Formerly-Incarcerated People and Front-Line Workers,” Megan Welsh, John Jay College of Criminal Justice and CUNY - Graduate Center

“Strategic Partnerships and Alliances for Change,” Naomi Nichols and Alison I. Griffith, York University


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 28: Creating Neighborhoods of Opportunity for the Urban Poor
Room: Foothill G1

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizer: Robert Silverman, University at Buffalo, SUNY

Presider: Tamara Leech, Indiana University - Purdue University, Indianapolis

Papers:

“Inequalities and Mobile Home Parks: Owner and Manager Perspectives,” Katie M. Founds, University of Kentucky

“Roving: A Methodological Procedure to Improve External Validity and Increase Asset-Orientation in Neighborhood-Level Research,” Tamara Leech, Indiana University - Purdue University, Indianapolis

“The Social Experiences of Tenants in the New Age of Public Housing: Comparing Outcomes in the Voucher Program to Findings in Mixed-Income Developments,” Rahim Kurwa, University of California, Los Angeles

“Fortress European City: The Socio-Spatial Exclusion of Asylum Seekers in Copenhagen, Madrid, and Berlin,” René Kreichauf, University of Vienna


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 29: Social Construction of Social Problems: Theoretical Issues
Room: Foothill G2

Sponsor: Social Problems Theory

Organizer: Joel Best, University of Delaware

Presider: James Holstein, Marquette University

Papers:

“The Stuff of Social Problems: Materiality and Constructionism,” Jared Del Rosso, University of Denver and Jennifer J. Esala, Center for Victims of Torture

“The Social Construction of Illness Experience as Epistemic Leverage,” Hwa-Yen Huang, Rutgers University

“Character Problems as Collective Behavior,” Arthur McLuhan, York University, Winner of the Social Problems Theory Division’s Student Paper Competition

“Animals as Pests: Human Dimensions of Invasive Species,” Andrew J. Prelog, Sam Houston State University and Colter Ellis, Montana State University

“The Ebb and Flow of Social Problems: An Exploration of Usage Patterns in Claims-making,” Keith R. Johnson, Oakton Community College, Illinois


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 30: Communities and Contested Social Spaces
Room: Foothill H

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizer: Robert Silverman, University at Buffalo, SUNY

Presider &

Discussant: Leonardo Díaz-Borioli, Estudio Pi S.C.

Paper:

“Systematic Analysis of Marginal Zones, How the Communal Understanding of Urban Urges Trigger Strategic Projects,” Leonardo Díaz-Borioli, Estudio Pi S.C.


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 31: Urban Environmental Issues
Room: Foothill J

Sponsor: Environment and Technology

Organizer &

Presider: Daina Cheyenne Harvey, College of the Holy Cross

Papers:

“Environmental Injustice in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam,” R. Scott Frey, University of Tennessee and Hong Xoan Nguyen, Vietnam National University of Social Sciences and Humanities, Ho Chi Minh City

“Governing in Bad Faith: Globalization, Invasive Species, and Urban Pesticide Spraying Programs,” Manuel Vallee, University of Auckland

“Learning on a Dump: The Case of Booker T. Washington High School,” Clare Cannon and Laura McKinney, Tulane University


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 32: The War on Poor Children: Serving Our Kids and their Families
Room: Pacific E

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizer: Kelly L. Patterson, University at Buffalo, SUNY

Presider: Paul D. Steele, Morehead State University

Papers:

“Opportunities Lost: Declining Investments in Iowa’s Early Childhood Education,” Lily K. French, Iowa Policy Project & University of Iowa

“Race, Class, Gender and Tracking in Charlotte-Mecklenburg Middle schools,” Stephanie Southworth, Clemson University and Roslyn Arlin Mickelson, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

“The War on Poor Children: Failure of Child Protective Services and Dependency Courts to Protect Impoverished Children from Sexual Re-victimization,” Paul D. Steele, Morehead State University

“Union Organizing and Worker Participation in the Context of State-Supported Child Care Work,” Linda Houser, Widener University, Elizabeth Nisbet, John Jay College of Criminal Justice in New York and Karen White, Rutgers University

“Variation in High School Students’ Access and Use of College-Related Information and Resources,” Ainsley E. Lambert, University of Cincinnati


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 33: New Directions in Law and Society
Room: Pacific H

Sponsor: Law and Society

Organizers: Kathleen A. Asbury, Community College of Philadelphia
Lori Sexton, University of Missouri, Kansas City

Presider: Lori Sexton, University of Missouri, Kansas City

Papers:

“(De)Stabilizing the Sexual Assault Evidence Kit: Contested Terrains of Practice, Expertise, and Private Suffering,” Andrea Quinlan, Lakehead University Orillia

“The Frequency of Coercive Control Legislation: Legislating against Non-Violent Forms of Domestic Violence,” Donna J. King, University of Central Florida

“Teach that Kid A Lesson: A Critical Examination of the Social Construction, Theoretical Misinterpretations and Legal Fictions Spurring Punitive Juvenile Justice Sanctions,” Molly Buchanan, University of Florida


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 34: Institutional Logics and the Modern Welfare State: Examining Service, Accountability, and Advocacy in the Public and Nonprofit Sectors
Room: Pacific I

Sponsor: Sociology and Social Welfare

Organizer: Emily Barman, Boston University

Presider: Heather MacIndoe, University of Massachusetts, Boston

Papers:

“Navigating the Competing Logics of Welfare and Higher Education: Institutional Practices Encountered by Welfare-Reliant Single Mothers Attempting to Escape Low-Wage Work through College Education,” Liz Noll, University of Pennsylvania

“From Poverty to Psychiatry: How Social Justice Got Lost in the Movement to Address Homelessness,” Elizabeth Leigh Beck, Georgia State University

“Impacts of Social Welfare Reform Polices on Welfare Assistance Recipients and Poverty among the Poor in the Frist States in the United States,” Mukaria J. Itang'ata, Western Michigan University

“‘Using our Right Hand to Put People in our Left Hand’: Governing Public Space Through Punitive Social Policies in the City of Antwerp,” Pieter Cools and Stijn Oosterlynck, University of Antwerp


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Accessibility Committee, 2013-14 CANCELLED


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Council of Division Chairpersons, 2013-14
Room: Foothill F


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Open Discussion of Resolutions Proposed to the Board of Directors
Room: Foothill F


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 35: Sport on the Margins
Room: Foothill A

Sponsor: Sport, Leisure, and the Body

Organizer &

Presider: Kylie Parrotta, Delaware State University

Papers:

“Beyond Black: An Intersectional Analysis of a Black Women’s Running Organization,” Alicia C. Smith, Case Western Reserve University

“The Myth of One-on-One Combat: Understanding Gyms as Networks in Mixed-Martial Arts,” Michael Halpin and Dagoberto Cortez, University of Wisconsin, Madison

“Wheeling and Dealing: Negotiating Work-Family-Leisure Balance in Women’s Flat Track Derby,” Kylie Parrotta, Delaware State University

“Sport and Exercise Participation, Mental Health and Inmate Behavior in United States Penitentiaries,” Bryan E. Denham, Clemson University


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 36: Austerity Measures and the University: Workers, Students, and Social (Im)Mobility
Room: Foothill B

Sponsors: Educational Problems
Labor Studies

Organizer &

Presider: Jennifer J. Reed, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Papers:

“A Better Life: Educational Attainment and Perceptions of Standard of Living,” Jenny Nguyen and Sabrina Deaton, University of Central Florida

“Teaching Associates: Creating Professional Development Opportunities for Advanced Graduate Students,” Amanda M. Jungels, Army Institute of Public Health and Marni A. Brown, Georgia Gwinnett College

“Understanding Teacher Pay for Performance: Flawed Assumptions and Disappointing Results,” Karen Phelan Kozlowski, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and Douglas Lee Lauen, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

“When Educationally Purposive Practices are Not Enough: Student-Faculty Interaction at a Research University and the Downside of High Expectations,” Margaret Austin Smith, University of Maryland


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 37: Unintended Consequences of the War on Drugs II
Room: Foothill D

Sponsors: Crime and Juvenile Delinquency
Drinking and Drugs

Organizer &

Presider: Patrick K. O'Brien, University of Wisconsin, Whitewater

Papers:

“Criminal Law and Cultural Lag: Drug Prohibition as Anachronism,” Craig Reinarman, University of California, Santa Cruz

“Drug Use Patterns and Drug Laws: Lessons from Three Qualitative Studies,” Dina Perrone, California State University, Long Beach

“However Unintended: The Many Welcome Consequences of the War on Drugs,” Robert Aponte, Indiana University, Indianapolis

“Punishment without Purpose: The Historical Origins and Effects of the Hidden Sentence,” Joshua A. Kaiser, Northwestern University

“‘Who Do You Serve? Who Do You Protect?’: (Re)Imagining Public Safety in the Carceral State,” Meghan G. McDowell, Arizona State University


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 38: CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Methodological Innovations in Institutional Ethnography
Room: Foothill E

Sponsor: Institutional Ethnography

Organizers: Liza McCoy, University of Calgary
Suzanne Vaughan, Arizona State University

Presider: Suzanne Vaughan, Arizona State University

Papers:

“How Do We Know We Are Getting It Right? Explicating Ruling Relations in Our Own Research,” Alison Fisher, York University

“Institutional Ethnography and Engaged Research: Some Methodological and Political Challenges,” Eric Mykhalovskiy, York University

“Investigating Social Relations Over Time,” Paul C. Luken, University of West Georgia

“Mandatory Professional Development & Institutional Governance to Improve Teacher Quality in New Mexico: Integrating IE and Quantitative Analysis,” LaNysha Adams, University of New Mexico

“Torture Survivors Reclaim Their Voice,” Orlando P. Tizon, Catholic University of America

“Transforming Caring into Bytes: An Institutional Ethnography Examining the Impact of the Electronic Health Record on Care Delivery,” Hans-Peter de Ruiter, Minnesota State University, Mankato


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

SPECIAL

Session 39: Open Discussion of Resolutions Being Proposed to the Board of Directors
Room: Foothill F

Sponsor: Council of Special Problems Division Chairpersons

Organizer &

Presider: Luis A. Fernandez, Northern Arizona University

Description:  Plan to attend the open forum of discussion where resolutions will be presented for discussion among concerned members. Each proposed resolution will be presented by the sponsoring Division’s Chairperson (or designated representative) and adequate time for discussion will be properly allotted to each. All Division Chairs should plan to participate in this session or designate a proxy from their division if unable to attend. At the annual business meeting, the resolutions will be presented by Vice-President Luis A. Fernandez as a package for approval for action by the attending membership. The membership will vote on proposed resolutions that were discussed and revised on the first day of the meeting. If objections from the floor are raised to any specific resolution, that resolution can, by majority vote of those present, be singled out from the package, and voted on separately. Those present can either support the resolution for approval as proposed or decide to table the resolution for further discussion at the subsequent annual meeting.


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 40: Transnational and International Health CANCELLED


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 41: New Directions in Social Problems Theory
Room: Foothill G2

Sponsor: Social Problems Theory

Organizer &

Presider: R. J. Maratea, New Mexico State University

Papers:

“Does Health Status Influence Attitudes Regarding Government Healthcare Spending? Applying Terror Management Theory to the Healthcare Spending Debate,” Kathleen Abrahamson, Purdue University and Ryan LeCount, Hamline University

“The Geek Instinct: Technological Competence and Cultural Alignment in Disadvantaged Contexts,” Cassidy Puckett, Northwestern University

“The Internet as a Cyber-Arena: A Theoretical Framework for Online Claims-making,” R. J. Maratea, New Mexico State University


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 42: Privilege Protecting Privilege: 'Radically' Challenging the Status Quo?
Room: Foothill H

Sponsor: Conflict, Social Action, and Change

Organizers: Dana K. Champion, Penn State, Harrisburg
Boris B. Hines, Penn State Harrisburg

Presider: Dana K. Champion, Penn State, Harrisburg

Papers:

“Bridges and Walls: Benevolence Outreach as Branding,” Valerie Adrian, Washington State University

“Money, ‘Diversity’, and Protecting Privilege in Independent Schools,” Bonnie E. French, William Paterson University

“The ‘Preferred’ Black: Enrollment Preferences and Stratification Trends among ‘Black And’ and ‘Just Black’ Law Students,” Daryl S. McAdoo, Tanya Chirapuntu and Walter R. Allen, University of California, Los Angeles

“Coercive Occupations as State Facilitation,” Vince Montes, San Jose State University


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 43: Person-Environment Interaction: The Role of Innovative Technology
Room: Foothill J

Sponsors: Disabilities
Environment and Technology

Organizer, Presider &

Discussant: Erin E. Robinson, Canisius College

Papers:

“Community-Based Environmental Monitoring: Assessment of the Field and Guide for Implementation in California’s San Joaquin Valley,” Lauren E. Richter, Northeastern University

“Cyberspace and Online Grooming: Network Interaction between Sex Offender and Victim,” Miguel Angel Soria, María Inés Lovelle and Agnieszka Wojcieszek, University of Barcelona and Sergio Mora, Autonomous University of Barcelona

“More Than Just a Game: Combat Video Gaming among Recent Veterans in NYC,” Luther Elliott, Andy Golub and Alex S. Bennett, National Development and Research Institutes (NDRI)

“Opportunities and Challenges of Gaining Access to Blighted Urban Spaces for Urban Agriculture,” Yuki Kato and Cate Irvin, Tulane University


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 44: ROUNDTABLES: Innovations in Community Research Methods
Room: Club Room

Sponsor: Community Research and Development

Organizers &

Presiders: Beth F. Merenstein, Central Connecticut State University
carla devonn brailey, Texas Southern University

Roundtable Title: Innovations in Community Research Methods: Race and Immigrant Communities

Papers:

“Becoming a Man in El Norte: Intersections of Identity for Unaccompanied Immigrant Youth,” Emily M. Ruehs, University of Illinois, Chicago

“Creative Placemaking, Neighborhood Revitalization, and Social Inclusion in a Postindustrial City,” Meghan Ashlin Rich, University of Scranton and William Tsitsos, Towson University

“On Broadway: An Ethnographic Study of Downtown New Haven’s Shopping District,” Darriah N. Woodard, Southern Connecticut State University

Roundtable Title: Innovations in Community Research Methods: Understanding Gender and Sexual Violence

Papers:

“Nonmarital Childbearing and Fathering among Black and Latino Young Adults: Neighborhood Risk and Protective Factors,” Jessica Lucero, Utah State University, Anna Maria Santiago, Karen Ishler and Leigh Taylor, Case Western Reserve University

“Self-Protection and Stratification: How Embodied Practices of Defense Maintain the Gender Hierarchy,” Devon Magliozzi, Stanford University

“Utilizing Social Network Analysis to Understand Sexual Assault Survivor Outcomes: The Promises and Pitfalls,” Bridget K. Welch, Western Illinois University, Melanie D. Hetzel-Riggin, Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, Craig Tollini, Western Illinois University, Jess Bonnan-White, The Richard Stockton College of New Jersey and Whitney C. Phillips, Western Illinois University


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 45: PAPERS IN THE ROUND: The Politics of Engagement: Where's the Social Justice in Community Based Service and Research?
Room: Club Room

Sponsor: Teaching Social Problems

Organizer, Presider &

Discussant: David Harker, Boston College

Roundtable Title: The Politics of Engagement: Where's the Social Justice in Community Based Service and Research?

Papers:

“Addressing Poverty Issues with Service Learning,” Anne Statham, University of Southern Indiana and Helen Rosenberg, University of Wisconsin, Parkside

“Resident Experts: Creating Grassroots Policy in Public Housing,” Amie Thurber, Vanderbilt University and Leslie V. Collins, Fisk University

“Student-Perceived Outcomes of Community-Based Service Learning,” Jamie N. Glass and Deborah Godwin Perkins, Coastal Carolina University

“Teaching about Diversity and Inequality: Researching Student and Faculty Expectations,” Rachael S. Neal, St. Edward's University


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 46: War on Women: The Gendered Nature of Poverty I
Room: Pacific E

Sponsor: Poverty, Class, and Inequality

Organizers: Yvonne M. Luna, Northern Arizona University
Jennifer Wesely, University of North Florida

Presider: Yvonne M. Luna, Northern Arizona University

Papers:

“Feminization of Austerity: From The War on Poverty To A War on Women,” Mimi Abramovitz, Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College & The Graduate Center, CUNY

“Homeless Women: The Interaction of Poverty and Gender,” Christine C. George, Center for Urban Research and Learning, Loyola University Chicago and Susan F. Grossman, Loyola University, Chicago

“One Abuser, Many Colluders: A Contextual Frame for Reflected Appraisal among Women Victimized by Intimate Partner Violence,” Jessica Edel, SIREN/Eaton Shelter, Inc., Jennifer Wesely, University of North Florida and Angie Moe, Western Michigan University

“Trajectories of Economic Disconnection among Families in the Child Welfare System,” Jennifer L. Hook, University of Southern California, Jennifer L. Romich, University of Washington, JoAnn S. Lee, George Mason University, Maureen O. Marcenko and Ji Young Kang, University of Washington


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 47: Race, Civic Participation and Law
Room: Pacific H

Sponsors: Law and Society
Racial and Ethnic Minorities

Organizer &

Presider: Kimberly Richman, University of San Francisco

Papers:

“A Police Force of Your Peers: The Impact of Minority Representation on Police Mistrust,” Peter A. Hanink, University of California, Irvine

“Criminalizing Illegality: Consequences of the War on Drugs on the Latino Non-citizen Population in the U.S.,” Heidy Sarabia, University of California, Berkeley

“Moving Toward Employment: An Examination of How Race and Racism Are Framed and Negotiated in the Context of a County Jail Criminal Justice Intervention Program,” Laura S. Abrams and Charles H. Lea, University of California, Los Angeles, Luskin School of Public Affairs

“Today’s Youth, Tomorrow’s Leaders?: Changes in Civic and Political Engagement Aspirations across Immigrant Generations,” Radha Modi, University of Pennsylvania


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 48: Issues in International and Transnational Education
Room: Pacific I

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizer: Robert Silverman, University at Buffalo, SUNY

Presider: Maheen Haider, Boston College

Papers:

“Culture, Action, and Adaptation: Measuring the Development of Cultural ‘Toolkits’ among Chinese International Students,” Ya Su, Lehigh University and Thomas Ratliff, Arkansas State University

“Fears of Radicalization: Islamic Learning in Secular Tajikistan,” Hakim Zainiddinov, Rutgers University

“Keepers and Explorers: The Multi-Faceted Identity of Pakistani Graduate Students Navigating US Culture,” Maheen Haider, Boston College

“Political Consumerism, Youth and Education: Does Age Predict Odds of Boycotting/’Buycotting’ in Canada?” Robert J. Nonomura, University of Western Ontario


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 4:15 PM - 6:15 PM

Board of Directors Meeting, 2013-14
Room: Foothill F


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

Community Research and Development
Room: Club Room


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

Conflict, Social Action, and Change
Room: Club Room


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

Drinking and Drugs
Room: Club Room


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

Environment and Technology
Room: Club Room


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

Institutional Ethnography
Room: Foothill E


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

Labor Studies
Room: Club Room


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

Law and Society
Room: Club Room


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

Sport, Leisure, and the Body
Room: Club Room


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

Session 49: Prospects in Advancing Mental Health and Health Research
Room: Foothill A

Sponsor: Society and Mental Health

Organizer, Presider &

Discussant: Krysia Mossakowski, University of Hawaii at Manoa

Papers:

“Ecological Ethnography: Integrating Spatial Data Collection and Analyses into Qualitative Mental Health Research,” Christopher Prener, Northeastern University

“Meta-Analysis: Relationship between Connectedness and Self-Directed Violence,” Julie A. Mikles-Schluterman, Arkansas Tech University

“Problematizing the Brain?” Katsuya Kushihara, University of Tokyo

“Do Socioeconomic Health Disparities Persist in the Face of Financial Strain? Evidence from Older Adults in Rural and Urban China,” Rong Fu, Purdue University


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

Session 50: LGBT Youth in Educational Settings
Room: Foothill B

Sponsors: Educational Problems
Sexual Behavior, Politics, and Communities

Organizer: Maralee Mayberry, University of South Florida

Presider: Alissa Klein, University of South Florida

Papers:

“Queering Prom: The Experiences of LGBT High School Students,” Kelli R. Chapman, University of Cincinnati

“The School Experiences of Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Youth in Wisconsin,” Maurice Gattis, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Sara McKinnon, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Lane Hanson and Sean Hubbard, University of Wisconsin, Madison

“A Calculus of Pain: TLGBQ Latin@s & Competing Sites of Social Harm,” David Luis Glisch-Sánchez, University of Texas, Austin

“Barriers to the Roles GSAs Play on High School Campuses for LGBT Youth: An Assessment Model for Education Practitioners,” Maralee Mayberry, University of South Florida


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

Session 51: CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Crime and Juvenile Delinquency: High Profile Events. Media and Cultural Shifts Leading to Policy Responses
Room: Foothill D

Sponsor: Crime and Juvenile Delinquency

Organizer &

Presider: Kristine Artello, Virginia Commonwealth University

Papers:

“Sandy Hook and the Media: The Dissemination of Mourning Sediments through the Process of Concentric Mourning,” Joshua H. Stout, University of Denver

“The U.S. Patriot Act and Civil Liberty: The Culture of Fear and Mass Media as an Agent of Social Control,” Amani M. Awwad, SUNY Canton

“Ban the Box: Employer views on Eliminating the Criminal Record Question on Employment Applications,” Sandra Lee Browning, University of Cincinnati, Alberta Thrash, Central State University and Tony Hill, University of Cincinnati

“Back to the Future: Impact of NYC Stop and Frisk Policy on Violent Crime and Community Policing Support,” Lloyd Klein, Hostos Community College, CUNY

“An In Depth Perspective on New York City Crime,” Nathan Cahn, Hunter College, CUNY

“Crime Reporting Trends: Toward Developing Hypotheses Linking Institutions, Crime, and Implicit Bias,” Robert V. Grantham, Bridgewater State University and Charlotte Ryan, University of Massachusetts, Lowell


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

Session 52: CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Gender, Aging, and the Family
Room: Foothill G1

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizer: Kelly L. Patterson, University at Buffalo, SUNY

Presider: Sarah Prior, Northern Arizona University

Papers:

“Aging Workers and the Experience of Job Displacement,” Lora A. Phillips Lassus, Steven H. Lopez and Vincent J. Roscigno, The Ohio State University

“Exploring Social Problems: Are Norway and Sweden Gender Utopias?” Kristjane Nordmeyer, Westminster College

“Schooling Gender: Identity Construction in High School,” Sarah Prior, Northern Arizona University

“When Gender Trumps Everything: The Division of Parent Care among Siblings,” Angelina Grigoryeva, Princeton University

“Women and Chronic Stress: The Significance of Social Support,” Courtney S. Thomas, Vanderbilt University

“Evaluating Depression and Gender Role Strain on Perpetration of Intimate Partner Violence,” Abigail M. Malick and Kayla Ward, University of Central Florida

“Signifying Victimhood: Cultural Narratives and the Construction of Intimate Partner Violence by Transgender Survivors,” Xavier L. Guadalupe-Diaz, Framingham State University and Amanda Koontz Anthony, University of Central Florida


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 53: Historical Transformations of Constructions of the 'Poverty Problem'
Room: Foothill G2

Sponsors: Disabilities
Health, Health Policy, and Health Services
Social Problems Theory

Organizer: Jack W. Spencer, Purdue University

Presider: Deborah A. Potter, University of Louisville

Papers:

“Blaming the Victim: The Ideology of Social Mobility in the War on the Poor,” Jill Niebrugge Brantley and Patricia Lengermann, The George Washington University

“Constructing the Reproductive Behavior of Poor People: From Malthus to Murray,” Stephen Monroe Tomczak, Southern Connecticut State University and Mary Ellen Crawford, Southern Connecticut State University, Department of Social Work

“Evolution of Responsibility for Poverty: New Federalism and State Poverty Reduction Coalitions,” Linda S. Schmidt, Michigan State University

“From the War on Poverty to the War on the Poor: The Devolution Revolution in the United States,” Ingrid Phillips Whitaker, Old Dominion University and Mark M. Whitaker, Hampton University


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

SPECIAL

Session 54: Author meets Author: Deconstructing Racism in Schools and Communities
Room: Foothill H

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizer &

Discussant: Robert Silverman, University at Buffalo, SUNY

Description:  This "Author meets Author" session focuses on the intersection of neighborhoods, schools and race. The session is designed to provide authors of books on a related topic with a forum to discuss their work and to exchange ideas about innovations in their common areas of interest. In addition to focusing on substantial publications (i.e. book length monographs), the session facilitates the identification and synthesis of emerging themes, novel methods, and critical approaches to the session topic that can inform future works. The session format includes: 1 hour for authors’ synopses of books - 30 minutes per book, 10 minutes for discussant comments, and 30 minutes for dialogue with audience.

Papers:

“‘We Live in the Shadow’: Inner-City Kids Tell Their Stories through Photographs,” Elaine Bell Kaplan, University of Southern California

“Education and Racism: A Primer on Issues and Dilemmas,” Zeus Leonardo and W. Norton Grubb, University of California, Berkeley


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 55: Man-made and Natural Disasters, Environmental Justice, and the Poor
Room: Foothill J

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizer &

Presider: Benigno E. Aguirre, University of Delaware

Papers:

“Ecological Disasters and the Anthropocene: Explaining Typhoon Haiyan and its Human Wreckage in the Philippines,” Tarique Niazi, University of Wisconsin

“The Political Economy of Natural Disasters,” Danielle Vesia, University of California, Irvine

“Valley Fever: Just One Breath or The Cost of Doing Business?” Sarah M. Rios, University of California, Santa Barbara

“Weathering the Storm in Tents and Public Spaces: Understanding Natural Hazards Risk and Mitigation Practices among the Homeless,” Marc R. Settembrino, Southeastern Louisiana University


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 56: War on Women: The Gendered Nature of Poverty II
Room: Pacific E

Sponsor: Poverty, Class, and Inequality

Organizers: Yvonne M. Luna, Northern Arizona University
Jennifer Wesely, University of North Florida

Presider: Jennifer Wesely, University of North Florida

Papers:

“‘They Told Me I Have to be Working or in School’: Barriers and Strategies to Child Care Access among Custodial Grandmothers,” LaShawnDa Pittman, University of Washington

“Babies as Barriers: Welfare Policy Discourse in an Era of Neoliberalism,” Linda Houser, Widener University, Sanford F. Schram, Hunter College, CUNY, Joe Soss, University of Minnesota and Richard C. Fording, University of Alabama

“Recognition of Women’s Dual Responsibilities of Economic Subsistence and Caregiving – An Integrative Analytic Framework,” Carrie M. Bauer, Arizona State University

“The Feminization of Poverty: Women Writing Welfare,” Rachel A. Norman and Michelle Samura, Chapman University


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

Session 57: Racial Intimacies and Relationships in the Post-Civil Rights Era
Room: Pacific H

Sponsors: Family
Racial and Ethnic Minorities

Organizer: Kristy A. Watkins, University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point

Presider: Jessica L. Burke, Francis Marion University

Discussant: Hephzibah V. Strmic-Pawl, Coastal Carolina University

Papers:

“Multiracial Discourse on Interracial Relationships,” Hephzibah V. Strmic-Pawl, Coastal Carolina University

“Psychological Distress among Asian Interracial and Intraracial Relationships: A Mediation Model,” Jessica L. Burke, Francis Marion University

“Marital Aspirations among Low-Income Black Mothers in Cohabiting Unions,” Megan Reid and Andy Golub, National Development and Research Institutes (NDRI)


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Division-Sponsored Reception
Room: Mission Grille Restaurant


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 6:30 PM - 7:30 PM

Society and Mental Health Division Reception
Room: The View Lounge, 39th floor


Date: Friday, August 15

Time: 10:00 PM - 11:00 PM

Graduate Student Happy Hour
Room: Bin 55


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 7:15 AM - 8:15 AM

New Member Breakfast
Room: Club Room


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 58: Research on Homelessness: Increasing the Empirical Visibility of Communities in Poverty
Room: Foothill A

Sponsor: Community Research and Development

Organizer &

Presider: Jeffry A. Will, University of North Florida Center for Community Initiatives

Papers:

“Conducting Research with Homeless Populations: Methodological and Ethical Implications,” Ernesto Castaneda and Brian Gordon Diedrich, University of Texas, El Paso

“Sin, Salvation & Moral Rehabilitation: Boundary Work among Homeless Men in an Evangelical Rescue Mission,” Damian T. Williams, Concordia University Chicago

“When You Give a Feast, Invite the Poor: Comparing Client and Administrative Priorities for Providing Emergency Shelter,” Jessica Lauren Perez, University of California, Irvine


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 59: Introducing Class in Class: Teaching About Economic Inequality in Schools CANCELLED


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 60: Law and Sexuality I
Room: Foothill D

Sponsors: Law and Society
Sexual Behavior, Politics, and Communities

Organizer &

Presider: Lloyd Klein, Hostos Community College, CUNY

Papers:

“New Rules on Transgender Policy adopted at the University of Zurich, Switzerland,” Brigitte S. Tag and Pete A. Hirsch, University of Zurich, Switzerland

“‘What He Did Was Lawful.’ Divorce Litigation and Gender Inequality in Rural China,” Ke Li, Indiana University, Bloomington, Runner-up of the Law and Society Division’s Student Paper Competition

“Behaviour and Context: Sexuality and Women’s Imprisonment,” Alexandra Hunter, University of Toronto

“No Fighting and No Mess. Prison Gambling v. Prison Sex: How and Why Culture Shapes Dissimilar Punishments for Similarly Motivated Rules.,” Jay Borchert, University of Michigan

“Jailbait: Early Arrests Predicting Involvement in Sex Work,” Ava Carcirieri, University of Delaware


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 61: PAPERS IN THE ROUND: Roundtables on Crime and Juvenile Delinquency CANCELLED


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 62: PAPERS IN THE ROUND: Directions in Disability Research
Room: Foothill E

Sponsor: Disabilities

Organizers: Alexis A. Bender, Army Institute of Public Health
Kate Caldwell, University of Illinois, Chicago

Discussant: Kate Caldwell, University of Illinois, Chicago

Roundtable Title: PAPERS IN THE ROUND: Directions in Disability Research

Papers:

“Exemplars of Qualitative Health Research: Contributions of Leonard Schatzman,” Chris Wellin, Illinois State University

“Marital Status as an Intervening Modifier in the Process of Disablement,” Ben Lennox Kail, Georgia State University

“The Ambiguity of Deviance: Framing and Social Control among Caretakers of Adults with Autism,” Benjamin DiCicco-Bloom, University of Pennsylvania, Winner of the Disabilities Division’s Student Paper Competition


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 63: New Directions in Institutional Ethnography Research
Room: Foothill F

Sponsor: Institutional Ethnography

Organizers: Sophie Pomerleau, University of Ottawa
Annie Carrier, Université de Sherbrooke

Presider: Annie Carrier, Université de Sherbrooke

Papers:

“(Un)Safe at School: Parent’s Work of Securing Nursing Care and Coordinating School Health Support Services Delivery for Children with Diabetes in Ontario Schools,” Lisa Watt, McMaster University

“Language, Disability, and Accessibility Implementation,” Timothy P. Ross, University of Toronto

“Ten Years and No End in Sight: An Institutional Autoethnography of My Experiences as a Documented Individual in the United States,” Samit Dipon Bordoloi, Western Washington University

“Using Institutional Ethnography in Community Based Research: Schools, Safety, and the Urban Neighbourhood,” Naomi Nichols, York University

“Yes, No, Maybe So: Young People’s Understandings of ‘Youth-At-Risk’ in Terms of their Lives and the Services They Are Using,” Jessica A. Braimoh, McMaster University


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 64: Racial Inequalities in Health Services and Health Professions
Room: Foothill G1

Sponsors: Health, Health Policy, and Health Services
Racial and Ethnic Minorities

Organizer: Deborah A. Potter, University of Louisville

Presider: David G. Embrick, Loyola University, Chicago

Papers:

“Professional Problems: The Burden of Educating the Global Filipino Nurse,” Yasmin Y. Ortiga, Syracuse University, Winner of the Health, Health Policy, and Health Services Division’s Student Paper Competition

“Racial/Ethnic Differences in Utilization of Physician Care Services for Diabetes,” Raeven Faye Chandler and Shannon M. Monnat, Penn State University

“Sweet Salvation: The Black Church, Inclusion, and Type 2 Diabetes,” James Battle, University of California, Santa Cruz

“Is HIV/AIDS A Black Disease? Teaching Students About Racial Disparities in Health,” Donna M. Cole, Yale School of Public Health


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

THEMATIC

Session 65: Organizing Immigrants for Economic Security and Justice
Room: Foothill G2

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizer &

Presider: Filomena M. Critelli, University at Buffalo, SUNY

Papers:

“‘Justice Rights Respect Dignity’: NYTWA and the New Frontiers of Immigrant Labor Organizing,” Filomena M. Critelli, University at Buffalo, SUNY and Javaid Tariq, New York Taxi Workers Alliance

“Intra-Generational Economic Mobility among Contemporary U.S. Immigrants,” Elizabeth V. Roos, Florida Atlantic University

“The Variable Impact of Community Organizations on Immigrant Political Recruitment Networks,” Marion Coddou, Stanford University

“Domination and Desire: How Pro-Immigrant Activists and Immigration Restrictionist Activists in Arizona Make Sense of the Global Political Economy,” Emine Fidan Elcioglu, University of California, Berkeley


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 66: Workshop: How to Get Tenure in a Changing University Environment
Room: Foothill H

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizer: Luis A. Fernandez, Northern Arizona University

Presiders: Luis A. Fernandez, Northern Arizona University
Raymond Michalowski, Northern Arizona University

Description:  This annual workshop is held as an effort to support early-career academics and help them prepare for promotion and tenure in their institutions. All are welcome, and confidentiality is expected. We will also discuss recent changes to the university environment.


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

THEMATIC

Session 67: Was it Social Change? Successes and Failures of Anti-Poverty Programs
Room: Foothill J

Sponsors: Association of Black Sociologists
Conflict, Social Action, and Change
Poverty, Class, and Inequality

Organizer &

Presider: William D. Cabin, University of Michigan

Papers:

“Can Poverty Initiatives Succeed in a Capitalist Economy? A Systematic Review of the Implementation and Outcomes of the Economic Opportunities Act of 1964 and the Temporary Aid to Needy Families Act of 1996,” Robert M. Bennett, Michelle Danae Hand and Lisa Raiz, The Ohio State University

“Poverty and Health in Appalachia,” Melanie D. Otis, University of Kentucky

“Public Assistance and the Regulation of Reproduction in the War on Poverty,” Stephen Monroe Tomczak, Southern Connecticut State University

“Reexamining the US Social Safety Net for Working-Age Families: Lessons from the Great Recession and Its Aftermath,” Yu-Ling Chang, University of Washington


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

THEMATIC

Session 68: Comparative Approaches to Social Welfare and Well-being
Room: Pacific E

Sponsors: Global
Sociology and Social Welfare

Organizer &

Presider: Matthew P. Eddy, Minot State University

Papers:

“Multiculturalism and Well-Being in Europe,” Pamela Irving Jackson, Rhode Island College and Peter Doerschler, Bloomsburg University

“Searching for ‘Cultures of Peace’: A Critique of the Global Peace Index,” Matthew P. Eddy, Minot State University

“Keeping the Larzac Plateau: French Activists against Social Control,” Julie Schweitzer and Tamara L. Mix, Oklahoma State University

“‘A National Debt as a National Blessing’; A Forgotten Turn in Europe and America,” Barbara D. Wyche, Fort Valley State University


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 69: The Body, Body Image, and Mental Health CANCELLED


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 70: CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Forty Years Since Braverman: Control and Resistance in the 21st Century
Room: Pacific I

Sponsor: Labor Studies

Organizers &

Presiders: Debra Osnowitz, Clark University
Kevin Henson, College of San Mateo

Papers:

“Braverman in the IT Department: Flexibility as Resistance or Control?” Kimberly Fox, Bridgewater State University

“Class, Control, and Worker Subjectivity: Governing the Worker’s Soul,” Steven Vallas, Northeastern University

“Controlling the Definition of Skill in the Early Education and Care Workforce,” Claire Hammonds, University of Massachusetts

“Is There a ‘We’? Is There a ‘They’? Conceptual Chains Versus Struggle Processes and Visions of Liberation,” Samuel R. Friedman, National Development and Research Institutes (NDRI)

“The Degradation of Unpaid Work: Paying Your Dues as a Music Industry Intern,” Alexandre Frenette, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Crime and Juvenile Delinquency
Room: Foothill E


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Educational Problems
Room: Foothill E


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Social Problems Theory
Room: Foothill E


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Sociology and Social Welfare
Room: Foothill E


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Teaching Social Problems
Room: Foothill E


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Membership and Outreach Committee, 2013-14 & 2014-15
Room: Pacific D


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 71: Schools and Educational Challenges
Room: Foothill A

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizer: Robert Silverman, University at Buffalo, SUNY

Presider: Dara Shifrer, Rice University

Papers:

“Believing in the Importance of Bystander Intervention: Attitude Differences between Students from Rural and Urban Backgrounds,” Bridget K. Welch, Western Illinois University, Melanie D. Hetzel-Riggin, Penn State Erie, The Behrend College and Jennie A. Hemingway, Western Illinois University

“Children and Screen Time: A ‘New’ Problem for Parents,” Mel Moore, University of Northern Colorado and Tunisha Hairston-Brown, Denver Public Schools

“For God or Country?: A Comparison of Test Scores and the Black-White Test Score Gap in Catholic and Department of Defense Schools,” Leslie R. Hinkson, Georgetown University

“Parent and Peer Influences Mediating the Association between Adolescents’ Socioeconomic Status and Locus of Control,” Dara Shifrer, Rice University

“Segmented Assimilation in School Contexts: Problem Behavior among Latino Adolescents,” Courtenay A. Barrett, Benjamin G. Pierce and Jessica Lucero, Utah State University


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 72: The Family and The State: Ideologies, Norms and Policies
Room: Foothill B

Sponsor: Family

Organizer, Presider &

Discussant: Kristy A. Watkins, University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point

Papers:

“Moyihan Got It Wrong: Poverty Politics 50 Years after the War Began,” Susan D. Greenbaum, University of South Florida

“Child Maltreatment Recurrence: A Theoretical Analysis of Child Welfare’s Approach to Protecting Children & Assisting Families,” Wendy L. Wiegmann, University of California, Berkeley

“Seizing the Moment to Restore Power to Child Welfare Involved Families,” Miriam J. Landsman, University of Iowa


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 73: Law and Sexuality II
Room: Foothill D

Sponsors: Law and Society
Sexual Behavior, Politics, and Communities

Organizer &

Presider: Lloyd Klein, Hostos Community College, CUNY

Papers:

“Perpetrating Teachers, Worthy Victims, and the Regulation of Female Sexuality,” Kerry Mulligan, University of California, Riverside, Winner of the Sexual Behavior, Politics, and Communities Division’s Student Paper Competition

“The Realities of Sexual Assault at Small Colleges,” Nicole K. Bedera, Westminster College

“The Geography of Same-Sex Marriage Attitudes,” Dawn M. Baunach, Georgia State University

“Hooking-Up: Is it Empowering?” Karolina Staros, Western Michigan University


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 74: Intersections of Race, Poverty, and Activism
Room: Foothill F

Sponsors: Association of Black Sociologists
Racial and Ethnic Minorities

Organizers: Bhoomi K. Thakore, Northwestern University
Saher Selod, Simmons College

Presider: Bhoomi K. Thakore, Northwestern University

Discussant: Saher Selod, Simmons College

Papers:

“Word is Bond. The (Missing) Link between Poetry Activism and Social Justice,” Frederic Vandermoere and Pieter Cools, University of Antwerp

“Black Spaces at White Institutions: How Do African American Men and Women Perceive and Utilize the Black Campus Community at a Predominately White Urban Campus?” Ciera A. Graham, University of Cincinnati

“The Disappearing Community and the Rise of Hate: Modeling the Relationship Between Eclipse of the Community Indicators and Perpetrators of Defensive Hate Crimes,” Ashley Veronica Reichelmann, Northeastern University


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 75: Safety-Net Policies Across the Life Course
Room: Foothill G1

Sponsors: Health, Health Policy, and Health Services
Youth, Aging, and the Life Course

Organizer: Mary Byrnes, Marygrove College

Presider: Andrew S. London, Syracuse University

Papers:

“Employing a Structural Vulnerability of Poverty Framework to Examine Determinants of SNAP Participation,” Gina Rosen, University of California, Los Angeles

“Homecare Needs of Seniors with Disabilities: Challenges Facing Safety-Net Policies,” Mélanie Levasseur and Annie Carrier, Université de Sherbrooke

“Mandatory Social Impact Assessments as a Safety-Net Policy Requirement,” William D. Cabin, University of Michigan

“Measuring Health Literacy in Vulnerable Populations: A Replication Using Data from Young Sex Workers in Dallas and New York City,” Heather D. Champeau, University of Colorado, Boulder

“Organizing God: Navigating Religion and Belonging in a Medically Supervised Adult Daycare Program,” LaTonya J. Trotter, Vanderbilt University


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 76: Gentrification, Neighborhood Change and the Poor I
Room: Foothill G2

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizer: Marlese Durr, Wright State University

Presider: Bill Byrnes, Loyola University, Chicago

Discussant: Reuben Miller, University of Michigan

Papers:

“‘Just Leave Me Alone’: Poverty, Social Isolation, and Civic Disengagement amidst Small- City Sprawl,” Jennifer Sherman, Washington State University

“A Lighter Shade of Brown? Racial Formation and Middle-Class Mexican Americans in a Gentrifying Barrio,” Alfredo Huante, University of Southern California

“‘People-First Development’: The Emotional Labors of Collective Identity in a Neighborhood Anti-Gentrification Organization,” Melissa A. Archer, University of Delaware


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 78: Poverty and Mental Health
Room: Foothill J

Sponsors: Poverty, Class, and Inequality
Society and Mental Health

Organizer &

Presider: Richard M. Carpiano, University of British Columbia

Papers:

“Did Mental Health of Residents after the Great East Japan Earthquake Get Worse Than Before? An Analysis of Using Repeated Cross-sectional Survey,” Jimpei Misawa, College of Sociology, Rikkyo University

“Foregone Health Care & Psychological Wellbeing in the Wake of the Great Recession,” Molly M. King, Stanford University and Sarah A. Burgard, University of Michigan

“Health Matters: A Case Study of the Effect of State Sponsored Recreational Supports on the Mental, Social and Economic Health of Children and their Single Parents on Welfare,” Tracy L. Peressini, Renison University College, University of Waterloo

“Structural Ambivalence: Understanding Former Foster Youth and their Reluctance to Seek Care,” Arturo Baiocchi, Institute for Social Research, California State University, Sacramento


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 79: Bodies of Knowledge: Technologies of Embodiment and Social Organization
Room: Club Room

Sponsors: Institutional Ethnography
Sport, Leisure, and the Body

Organizer: Matthew Strang, York University

Presider: Alison Fisher, York University

Papers:

“Speaking to Physicians about Patients: Examples of IE Interviewing,” Fiona Webster and Emily Glazer, Department of Family and Community Medicine, University of Toronto

“Challenging the Racial and (Hetero)sexual Subtexts of ‘Ruling Relations’: Institutional Ethnography, Decolonization and Queer Theory,” Alison Fisher, York University

“Make Me a Match!: The Social Organization of Becoming a Living Organ ‘Donor’,” Matthew Strang, York University

“Ontological Diversions? Intersectional Analysis of Oppression and the Social Organization of Antiracist Feminist Activism,” Sobia Shaheen Shaikh, Memorial University

“Survivors of Prostitution and Neoliberal ‘World-Making’ in Fields of Prostitution Intervention,” Valerie Feldman, University of California, Davis


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 80: Citizenship Regimes
Room: Pacific E

Sponsor: Global

Organizer: Tony Roshan Samara, Urban Habitat

Presider: Jimiliz Valiente-Neighbours, University of California, Santa Cruz

Papers:

“Citizenship, Race, and Empire: Filipino World War II Veterans and Phantom Limb Citizenship,” Jimiliz Valiente-Neighbours, University of California, Santa Cruz

“Community Making through Popular Power in Venezuela: The Case of Barrio Adentro,” Sandra Angeleri, Central University of Venezuela, Mirna Lascano, National Coalition of Independent Scholars and Claudia Chaufan, University of California San Francisco

“I am Still Undocumented: Continued Illegality of DACA Recipients,” Edwin H. Elias, University of California, Riverside

“Metropolitan Migration Regimes: Racialized Governability, Citizenship and Neoliberal Los Angeles,” Daniel Olmos, University of California, Santa Barbara


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 81: Social Policy and Sexuality
Room: Pacific H

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizer: Robert Silverman, University at Buffalo, SUNY

Presider: Natasha Radojcic, University of California, Riverside

Papers:

“‘I’ve Seen the Paper Work:’ Patterns of HIV Testing among Heterosexual Black Adults with Multiple Partners,” Ellen Benoit, Stephanie Campos and Eloise Dunlap, National Development and Research Institutes (NDRI)

“‘You Gotta Have Some Thick Skin’: Perceived Stigmatization of LGBT Republicans and LGBT Roman Catholics,” Natasha Radojcic, University of California, Riverside

“Profits or Prevention? An Investigation of HIV Prevention and Why It’s Failing MSM (men who have sex with men),” Bradley Shawn Powell, Case Western Reserve University

“Transactional Sex and the Limits of Agency: A Contextual Analysis of the Sexual Practices of Young Women in Post-earthquake Haiti,” Carolann Daniel, Adelphi University and Carmen Logie, University of Toronto

“Becoming Certifiably Sick: Differences in Framing Transgender and Cisgender Plastic Surgery,” Elroi J. Windsor, Salem College


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 82: CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Contemporary Ways of Protest
Room: Pacific I

Sponsors: Conflict, Social Action, and Change
Labor Studies

Organizer: Eric Turner, University of New Mexico

Presider: Marie Skoczylas, University of Pittsburgh

Papers:

“‘We Will Be Idle No More’: Legacies of Protest, Political Opportunity, and Claims Making in the Social Media Narratives of a Canadian First Peoples Social Movement,” Tamara L. Mix and Kelley J. Sittner Hartshorn, Oklahoma State University

“Business Unity and Anti-Corporate Social Movement Protests in the U.S.,” Tarun Banerjee, SUNY - Stony Brook, Winner of the Conflict, Social Action, and Change Division’s Student Paper Competition

“Escalating Mutual Obligation in the Wisconsin Uprising of 2011,” Matthew Lawrence Kearney, University of Wisconsin, Madison

“Political Mass Strikes: Resisting the State’s Changing Functions of Capital,” Fernando Cortes Chirino, University of California, Irvine

“Social Movement Conflict: Lessons from Occupy Pittsburgh,” Marie Skoczylas, University of Pittsburgh


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Budget, Finance, and Audit Committee, 2014-15
Room: Pacific D


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Editorial Board Luncheon, 2013-14
Room: Annabelle's Bar & Bistro


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Information Technology Options Committee, 2013-14 CANCELLED


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 83: Community Spaces and Food Justice I
Room: Foothill A

Sponsors: Community Research and Development
Environment and Technology

Organizers: Ethan D. Schoolman, University of Michigan
Yuki Kato, Tulane University

Presider: Yuki Kato, Tulane University

Papers:

“Backyard and Container Gardens: Intimate Spaces, Contested Places,” Catherine Mobley, Clemson University

“Democracy-Making and the Comparative Politics of Local Food in Detroit and Cleveland,” Erica Morrell, University of Michigan

“Perceptions of Urban Agriculture Programs: Voices from Community Residents,” Michelle L. Kaiser and Michelle Danae Hand, The Ohio State University and Michele L. Williams, Ohio State University Ohio Agricultural Research and Development Center

“The Geography of Poverty and Food Insecurity in Places between the Urban and Rural,” Michael D. Gillespie, Eastern Illinois University

“The Limits of Food Justice: Tensions Between Philanthropic Dependency, Market Dependency, and Movements for Social Change,” Justin Sean Myers, Marist College


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 84: Gender, Class, and the Destabilization of Traditional Family Life
Room: Foothill B

Sponsor: Family

Organizer: Kristy A. Watkins, University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point

Presider &

Discussant: Jennifer Reid Keene, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Papers:

“Real vs. Ideal Masculinity: Men’s Experiences of Providership and Family, and their Attitudes about a Gendered Division of Labor,” Rachel Teressa Macfarlane and Jennifer Reid Keene, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

“Experiences with Entangled Victimization,” Dana Renee Atwood, University of Wisconsin, Sheboygan

“Middle Class on the Ropes: Exploring Challenges to the American Dream and American Democracy in the Age of Inequality,” Julie Stewart, Westminster College

“Racial and Socioeconomic Differences in the Protective Health Effect of A Bright Future Expectation,” Miao Li, Purdue University, West Lafayette


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 85: Punishment and Culture
Room: Foothill D

Sponsor: Law and Society

Organizer &

Presider: Jay Borchert, University of Michigan

Papers:

“On Predators, Virgins, Witches, & Crack Whores: Alterity Parables Stemming from the War on Drugs,” Nicole Solomon Lindahl, University of California, Berkeley

“The New Inmate: From Ward to Burden and Consumer,” Hadar Aviram, University of California, Hastings College of the Law

“Predictors of Solitary Confinement: Race Behind Bars,” Traci Schlesinger, DePaul University, Meggan J. Lee, University of Illinois at Urbana and Nick Rochin, University of Illinois, Chicago

“‘prison treated me way better than you’: Representation, Perplexity and Barriers After Shakopee,” Renée M. Byrd, Humboldt State University


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 86: Drinking and Drugs Roundtables
Room: Foothill E

Sponsor: Drinking and Drugs

Organizer: Ellen Benoit, National Development and Research Institutes (NDRI)

Presider: R. Terry Furst, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY

Roundtable Title: Nonmedical Drug Use

Papers:

“Prescription Drug Diversion: An Assessment of Acquisition, Use, and Redistribution Patterns,” Heidi Hoefinger, Camila Gelpí-Acosta and Shana Harris, National Development and Research Institutes (NDRI), Valentina Nikulina, Martin J. Downing, Jr., Cory M. Morton, Valerie Newsome and Alana Gunn, National Development and Research Institutes, New York

“Drug Use Trajectories of Young Adult Nonmedical Prescription Opioid Users: Early Initiation and Rapid Escalation to Heroin Use and Injection Drug Use,” Honoria Guarino, Pedro Mateu-Gelabert, Anastasia Teper and Lauren Jessell, National Development and Research Institutes and David Frank, CUNY - Graduate Center and National Development and Research Institutes

“Social Determinants of Prescription Drug Misuse and Abuse: A Focus on College Students,” Aukje K. Lamonica, Southern Connecticut State University and Miriam Boeri, Bentley University

“The Mixed Messages of Medicalization: Changing Images of Alcoholism and Heroin Addiction Over Four Decades,” James D. Orcutt and Annette Schwabe, Florida State University

Roundtable Title: Understanding Drugs in Diverse Contexts

Papers:

“Baby Boomers and their Babies: Talking to Children about Using Marijuana,” Sye-Ok Sato, Paloma Sales, Sheigla Averill, Nicholas Lau, Fiona Murphy and Sheigla Murphy, Institute for Scientific Analysis

“Effects of Assimilation on Drinking: Differences across Racial and Ethnic Groups,” Hoan N. Bui and Chenoa Allen, University of Tennessee

“Rural Variation in Adolescent Alcohol Use and Abuse,” Alexis Swendener, Dan Hoyt and Courtney Thrash, University of Nebraska, Lincoln


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 87: PAPERS IN THE ROUND: Health Consequences of and Potential Solutions for the Failed War on Poverty
Room: Foothill E

Sponsor: Health, Health Policy, and Health Services

Organizer &

Presider: Deborah A. Potter, University of Louisville

Roundtable Title: Health Consequences of and Potential Solutions for the Failed War on Poverty

Papers:

“Health Inequality: Trends & Assessment,” Sarah A. Burgard, University of Michigan and Molly M. King, Stanford University

“National-Level Inequality and Child Sex Abuse Prevalence,” Will LeSuer, University of Akron

“An Occupational Role Change? The Questionable Compatibility of the Solo-Practitioner in Modern Healthcare Delivery,” Emily Harris, Purdue University

“Analyzing Successful Organizing: A Rhetorical Framing Analysis of National Nurses United ‘Organizing Victories’ from 2010-2013,” Rebekah L. Fox, Texas State University, San Marcos and Kathleen Abrahamson, Purdue University

“Paradigms of Change: How 16 Healthcare Organizations Transformed Prescriber-Industry Interactions,” Susan Chimonas and David J. Rothman, Columbia University


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

SPECIAL

Session 88: Award Session & Panel Discussion in Honor of Richard Leo - Crime and Juvenile Delinquency Division
Room: Foothill F

Sponsor: Crime and Juvenile Delinquency

Organizer &

Presider: Glenn W. Muschert, Miami University

Description:  This session will feature Dr. Richard Leo (University of San Francisco School of Law), winner of the 2014 Lifetime Achievement Award for the Division of Crime & Juvenile Delinquency. Panelists will comment on the impact / contribution of Dr. Leo's distinguished career, which will be followed by comments from Dr. Leo, after which the award is formally recognized/presented.

Panelists:

Valerie Jenness, University of California, Irvine

Gary T. Marx, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Richard A. Leo, University of San Francisco School of Law

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Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 89: Privatization in the Human Services: A War on Poverty or a War on the Poor?
Room: Foothill G1

Sponsors: Association of Black Sociologists
Sociology and Social Welfare

Organizer &

Presider: Heather MacIndoe, University of Massachusetts, Boston

Discussant: Jennifer Shea, San Francisco State University

Papers:

“Extending the Punitive Arm of the Law: How Privatization and Punishment Have Seeped Into Social Welfare Services,” Kelsie Chesnut, University of California, Irvine

“Social Entrepreneurship and Poverty: Prioritizing Revenue Generation or Social Mission?” Sarah J. Woodside, Boston College

“The Privatization of Care Work in the Human Services: A War on Women,” Mimi Abramovitz, Silberman School of Social Work at Hunter College & The Graduate Center, CUNY and Jennifer Zelnick, Touro College Graduate School of Social Work


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 90: Gentrification, Neighborhood Change and the Poor II
Room: Foothill G2

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizer: Marlese Durr, Wright State University

Presider &

Discussant: Carol Walther, Northern Illinois University

Papers:

“Racial Segregation and White Enrollment in American Urban Public School Districts, 1987-2011,” Chase M. Billingham, Wichita State University

“The Age of Globalization of Poverty,” Luis Arizmendi, UNAM, Mexico City and Gordon Welty, Adelphi University

“Whose Community? Gentrification and Community Building in Downtown Las Vegas,” Marko Salvaggio and Andrea Dassopoulos, University of Nevada, Las Vegas


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

SPECIAL

Session 91: Social Action - Highlight the Work of the Social Action Winner
Room: Foothill H

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizer &

Presider: Stephen Morewitz, California State University, East Bay

Description:  The SAGE Project, (Standing Against Global Exploitation), is winner of the 2014 Thomas C. Hood Social Action Award. The SAGE Project is an outstanding example of an innovative and comprehensive organization in San Francisco, CA, which is devoted to serving the disadvantaged communities, which is a key criteria for winning the Thomas C. Hood Social Action Award. The SAGE Project is a primary resource for information about commercial sexual exploitation and human trafficking for sex and labor of both adults and children. SAGE has one of the longest standing ”john school” programs in the country which is a partnership with the SFPD and the SF District Attorney’s Office and addresses the demand side of sexual exploitation. The SAGE Project is a survivor-led and focused organization. The Project was founded by a survivor of commercial sexual exploitation and substance abuse who was a forerunner of promoting this issue prior to it ever having national attention. The SAGE Project continues to provide quality local and regional services to adults and youth who have been affected by sexual exploitation, trauma, and abuse. SAGE also works nationally and internationally to address the demand side of sexual exploitation, to train organizations and communities on how to assist survivors, and assists law enforcement and law makers to understand the dynamics of trauma and exploitation. SAGE provides comprehensive trauma-informed and healing services which include: • Peer Counseling • Case Management • Mental Health Therapy • Psycho-Social, Life Skills and Process Groups • Harm-Reduction Focused Substance Use Counseling • Acupuncture and other Holistic Healing Services • First Offender Program/Restorative Justice for Buyers Program Below is a description of several of the SAGE Project’s innovative and comprehensive programs and activities: The STAR Center of the SAGE Project The STAR Center of the SAGE Project opened in 1998 with funding from the San Francisco Department of Public Health, Community Behavioral Health Services. The goal of the program is to reduce risks of harm, substance abuse and usage, and the effects of trauma in order to help participants’ master essential competencies and progress toward self-sufficiency. STAR serves adult women and male to female transgendered women who suffer substance use and trauma disorders resulting from commercial sexual exploitation, abuse, intimate partner violence, involvement in the sex industry, and other associated traumas. The First Offender Prostitution Program (FOPP) The First Offender Prostitution Program (FOPP), also known as ‘john school’, is a court diversion program that seeks to curb the demand for commercial sexual exploitation in the San Francisco Bay Area by reducing recidivism among those who solicit prostitution. This White Paper will cover the history and design of the FOPP, as well as its philosophical underpinnings and educational objectives. As one of the original founders of this world-renowned program, SAGE seeks to shed light on the value of this model as a demand reduction strategy and address any misconceptions about the nature of such restorative justice programs. The Early Intervention Prostitution Program (EIPP) The Early Intervention Prostitution Program, (EIPP), offers a wide range of services to young women entwined in the commercial sex industry. Participants are referred by the District Attorney’s Office, Pre-Trial Diversion, and the Community Court system. Services are flexible so they can be adapted to meet the specific needs of the participants at their respective stages of readiness. Services include: comprehensive case management with a harm reduction emphasis, support services including substance abuse counseling, trauma and mental health services, acupuncture and holistic healing services, and a variety of process and psycho-educational groups. The EIPP predominately serves young women ages 18-25; however, does serve M-F transgendered individuals and other age groups who are referred.


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 92: Community-Based Social Justice Activism and Education I
Room: Foothill J

Sponsors: Conflict, Social Action, and Change
Educational Problems

Organizer &

Presider: Deborah Godwin Perkins, Coastal Carolina University

Papers:

“The Bernal Story: Mediating Class and Race in a Multicultural Community,” Beth Roy, Practitioners Research and Scholarship Institute

“Contesting Exclusion: Worker Centers as Sites for Marginalized Workers to Claim Full Citizenship Rights,” Jessica D. Cook, University of Illinois, Chicago

“Madres en Lucha (Mothers in Battle): Undocumented Latina Mothers Organizing for Educational Reform,” Verónica N. Vélez, Western Washington University

“The Promise and Reality of Plyler v. Doe: Community Resistance to the School to Deportation Pipeline,” Edelina M. Burciaga, University of California, Irvine


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 93: Power, Knowledge, and the Politics of Reality
Room: Club Room

Sponsors: Institutional Ethnography
Social Problems Theory

Organizer, Presider &

Discussant: Jared Del Rosso, University of Denver

Papers:

“Mental Health and Epistemic Cultures: The DSM in Research and Practice,” Michael Halpin, University of Wisconsin, Madison

“Demedicalizing Kink: Activism, Institutional Reflexivity, and the Vindication of Social Problems,” Kai Lin, University of Delaware

“Bonafide Illness? The Indexical Nature of Bifurcated Consciousness of Mental Disability in the Workplace,” Cindy Malachowski, Peter Sawchuk, Katheryn Boydell and Bonnie Kirsh, University of Toronto


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 94: Low-Wage and Marginalized Workers
Room: Pacific E

Sponsor: Labor Studies

Organizer &

Presider: Kendra Jason, University of North Carolina, Charlotte

Papers:

“Barriers to Health Care Access among Warehouse Workers in Inland Southern California,” Juliann Allison, Political Science, UC-Riverside, Mila Huston and Ellen R. Reese, University of California, Riverside and Hali Pinedo, University of California, Los Angeles

“Does Discrimination Pay? Perceptions of Intergroup Tipping Differences, Discriminatory Service, and Relative Tip Earnings among Restaurant Servers,” Zachary W. Brewster, Wayne State University

“Organizational Inequality, Training Deficiencies, and Worker Failure in Healthcare,” Kendra Jason, University of North Carolina, Charlotte

“Rhetoric and Reality: Employability and Career Making in a Low Wage Labor Market,” Brian W. Halpin, University of California, Davis


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 95: Teaching Sexualities, Genders, and Identities
Room: Pacific H

Sponsors: Association of Black Sociologists
Sexual Behavior, Politics, and Communities
Teaching Social Problems

Organizer, Presider &

Discussant: Amanda M. Jungels, Army Institute of Public Health

Papers:

“Regnerus’ Silver Lining: Utilizing Unethical Sexuality Research as a Teaching Tool,” William Cory Albertson, Georgia State University

“Increasing Transgender Awareness: Understanding Transphobia through Interactive Role-Playing,” Alice K. Hodges, Hannah Ellsworth and Shawn A. Trivette, Louisiana Tech University

“How Many Letters is Enough?: The Role of Language in Understanding Queer Identity,” Kellie J. Hagewen and Troy McGinnis, College of Southern Nevada

“‘There Should Be More Classes Like This!’: Teaching Spaces of Possibility for Sex, Sexuality and Gender,” Danielle Antoinette Hidalgo, Montana State University and Dana Greene, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 96: CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Gender and Globalization
Room: Pacific I

Sponsor: Global

Organizers &

Presiders: Ligaya Lindio McGovern, Indiana University
Fatime Gunes, Anadolu University, Eskisehir Turkey

Papers:

“A Hidden Dimension of Comparative Stratification: The State Structuring of Female Empowerment,” Christine A. Wernet, University of South Carolina, Aiken

“Between Global Dreams and National Duties: the Dilemma of Conscription Duty in the Transnational Lives of Young Korean Males,” Kirsten Younghee Song, Rutgers University

“Filipino Americans: A Case for an Immigration Perspective on Social Class,” Brenda Gambol, CUNY - Graduate Center

“Gendered Migrations: How Gender Shapes the Experiences of Brazilian Immigrants in the U.S.,” Elizabeth V. Roos, Florida Atlantic University

“What in the World are Anti-Trafficking NGOs Doing? Findings from a Global Study,” Stephanie A. Limoncelli, Loyola Marymount University


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Committee on Social Action, 2013-14
Room: Pacific D


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 77: How to Get Published in High Impact Journals
Room: Foothill H

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizer &

Presider: Becky Pettit, University of Texas

Description:  Past and present editors of Social Problems, the official journal of the SSSP, will discuss how to publish in high impact journals.

Panelists:

James Holstein, Marquette University

Ted Chiricos, Florida State University

Amy Wharton, Washington State University

Pamela Quiroz, University of Illinois, Chicago


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 97: Community Spaces and Food Justice II
Room: Foothill A

Sponsors: Community Research and Development
Environment and Technology

Organizers: Yuki Kato, Tulane University
Ethan D. Schoolman, University of Michigan

Presider: Ethan D. Schoolman, University of Michigan

Papers:

“Growing a Stewardship Community: Understanding Volunteer Participation at an Urban Farm,” Anya M. Galli, University of Maryland, College Park

“How a Food Co-op Became White: Civic Altruists and the Construction of Food Insecurity in an Urban Neighborhood,” Amy Jonason, University of Notre Dame

“Implications for Food Security: Understanding Food Choices and Feeding Decisions in Low-Income Families,” Holly Benton, Indiana University of Pennsylvania

“Public Spaces and Community Spaces: (Not) Talking About Race, Class and Geography at a Las Vegas Community Garden,” Tyler S. Schafer, University of Nevada, Las Vegas


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 98: Gender, Sexuality, and Troubling the Family
Room: Foothill B

Sponsor: Family

Organizer: Kristy A. Watkins, University of Wisconsin, Stevens Point

Presider: Danielle Wondra, University of California, Los Angeles

Discussant: Laura Heston, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Papers:

“From Mistress to (Co)-Wife: Changing Understandings of Marriage amongst American Male and Female Converts to Islam,” Aliya Hamid Rao, University of Pennsylvania

“Barriers to Parenthood: How Does Sexual Orientation Matter?” Danielle Wondra, University of California, Los Angeles

“Trans Parenting: Transitioning Genders and the Impact of Children,” Laura Heston, University of Massachusetts, Amherst


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 99: Margins Beyond Margins: Critically Mapping Racial Formations
Room: Foothill D

Sponsor: Racial and Ethnic Minorities

Organizer &

Presider: Dana K. Champion, Penn State, Harrisburg

Papers:

“Where do I fit? Situating Arab and Non-Arab Egyptians in the Racial Field,” Bradley Zopf, University of Illinois, Chicago

“Racial Hierarchy and Racial Liminality in Contemporary South Africa: Perceptions of Relative Deprivation in Coloureds,” Whitney N. Laster, University of California, Merced, Winner of the Racial and Ethnic Minorities Division’s Student Paper Competition

“Latino Racial Selections: Racial Identification among Latino Immigrants in the New Immigrant Survey,” Maria D. Duenas, University of South Florida

“Collective Memories of a Tejano Past: The Racialization of Mexican Americans in Texas and the Elision of Racial Histories,” Daniel Justino Delgado, Salem State University

“Black is More Than a Color: A Socio-political Analysis of Racial Categorization and Terminology,” Christina M. Cannon, California State University, Sacramento


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 100: PAPERS IN THE ROUND: Globalization, Development, and Social Change
Room: Foothill E

Sponsor: Global

Organizer: Yvonne A. Braun, University of Oregon

Roundtable Title: Activism, Social Movements, and Social Change

Papers:

“Coalition among Heterogeneous NGOs in the Japanese Biodiversity Policy Arena,” Kenjiro Fujita, The University of Tokyo

“Patagonia without Dams: Framing, Democracy, and Social Transformation in Chile,” Sophia L. Borgias and Yvonne A. Braun, University of Oregon

“Structural Change of Sociopolitical Governance?” Claudia Globisch, University of Innsbruck

Roundtable Title: Migration, Work, and Family

Papers:

“Haitian Immigrant Caregivers and the Impact of Work Environment on Transnational Eldercare,” Megan Elizabeth O'Leary, Boston University

“The Tensions of Diasporic ‘Return’ Migration: How Class and Money Create Distance in the Vietnamese Transnational Family,” Mytoan Nguyen-Akbar, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Winner of the Global Division/Critical Sociology Student Paper Competition

“Transnational Remittances and Labor Exportation: A Caribbean Case Study,” Jeb Sprague, University of California, Santa Barbara

Roundtable Title: Theorizing Democracy, Development, and Social Change

Papers:

“A Critical Assessment of Wallerstein’s Anti-Systemic Movements in the West and the Rest,” Zachary Joseph McKenney, University of Tennessee

“Developmental Hierarchy Terms in Books,” Jeffrey Swindle, University of Michigan

“The Limitations of ‘Globalization from Below’ for Development & Social Change,” Krista Bywater, Muhlenberg College and Dana Rasch, Richard Stockton College of New Jersey


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

SPECIAL

Session 101: Celebrating Bill Chambliss: A Saint and a Roughneck
Room: Foothill F

Sponsors: American Sociological Association
Department of Sociology at George Washington University
Program Committee

Organizers &

Presiders: Raymond Michalowski, Northern Arizona University
Gregory Squires, The George Washington University

Panelists:

Raymond Michalowski, Northern Arizona University

Gregory Squires, The George Washington University

Richard Appelbaum, University of California, Santa Barbara

Claire Renzetti, University of Kentucky


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 102: Lived Experiences of Illness for Families and Caretakers
Room: Foothill G1

Sponsor: Health, Health Policy, and Health Services

Organizer &

Presider: Erin Ruel, Georgia State University

Papers:

“‘No One Really Cares’: The Lived Experience of Community-based Persons with Alzheimer’s disease and their Caregivers,” William D. Cabin, University of Michigan and Susan Havens Lang, Lang Associates, LLC

“Caring for Wounded Warriors: Experiences of Military Cadre Unit Members,” Shelley Schmissrauter Kay, Alexis A. Bender, Christine Lagana-Riordan, Amanda M. Jungels, Sheba King, Amber Wilson and Amy M. Millikan-Bell, Army Institute of Public Health

“Facilitating Culture-Centered Communication between and Health Care Providers and Veterans Transitioning from Military Deployment to Civilian Life,” Christopher J. Koenig, University of California, San Francisco and San Francisco VAMC, Shira Maguen and Jose D. Monroy, Department of Psychiatry, University of California, Lindsay Mayott, Department of Medicine, University of California and Karen H. Seal, Departments of Medicine and Psychiatry, University of California

“Recommending Cessation of Treatment in an Oncology Clinic: Is it Bad News?” Dagoberto Cortez, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Douglas W. Maynard and Toby Campbell, University of Wisconsin-Madison

“Therapeutic Voyeurism: Medicalization and Memoirs,” Wendy Simonds, Georgia State University


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 103: Shifting Gears in Poverty Programs: From Work 1st to Economic Security
Room: Foothill G2

Sponsors: Poverty, Class, and Inequality
Sociology and Social Welfare

Organizer &

Presider: Linda Houser, Widener University

Papers:

“Race and Place: A Comparative Case Study of Spatial Inequality and Welfare-to-Work Service Delivery in North Carolina and Ohio,” Tiffany Taylor, Kent State University, Elizabeth Seale, State University of New York - College at Oneonta, Jacqueline Coffey, Christi Gross and Brianna Turgeon, Kent State University

“When Work No Longer Pays the Bills,” Lily K. French, Iowa Policy Project & University of Iowa, Peter S. Fisher and Noga O'Connor, Iowa Policy Project

“Benchmarking the Process-Driven Self-Sufficiency Using the Comprehensive Employment Hope Scale (EHS-22),” Philip Young P. Hong, Loyola University, Chicago, Sangmi Choi, Soongsil University and Whitney Key, Loyola University Chicago

“Precariousness Realized and the Earned Income Tax Credit,” Margo M. Campbell, Bryn Mawr College Graduate School of Social Work and Social Research

“The Unconditional Basic Income and Anarchism: Re-Envisioning Poverty Policy,” Shawn A. Cassiman, University of Dayton


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 104: Community-Based Social Justice Activism and Education II
Room: Foothill J

Sponsors: Conflict, Social Action, and Change
Educational Problems

Organizer &

Presider: Deborah Godwin Perkins, Coastal Carolina University

Papers:

“Critical Pedagogy and Social Change at the People’s High School and Beyond,” Meghan Krausch, University of Wisconsin, Superior

“Community Engagement, ‘Politics’, and Collective Identity: Constructing Meaning through Service,” David Harker, Boston College

“Public Sociology and the Pursuit of Social Justice: Community Colleges as Positive Forces for Social Change,” David L. Levinson, Norwalk Community College

“The Myth of Higher Education as the Great Equalizer: Assessing the Structural and Institutional Disparities,” Pamela Leong, Salem State University


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 105: Gender and NonStandard Employment
Room: Pacific E

Sponsor: Labor Studies

Organizer &

Presider: Kendra Jason, University of North Carolina, Charlotte

Papers:

“Entrepreneurs and Intellectuals: How Marginalized Men of Color Create Rap Music to Become Valued Masculine Subjects,” Kara A. Young, University of California, Berkeley

“Gender and Workplace Support: Work Pressure of the American Workers,” Dina Banerjee, Shippensburg University

“Haitian Immigrant Women in the U.S. Labor Force: A Comparative Analysis with other Caribbean Immigrant Women,” Nadjhia Normil-Skakavac, Virginia State University

“Marginalized Workers: Drug Using Women and their Struggles in the Workforce,” Aukje K. Lamonica, Southern Connecticut State University and Miriam Boeri, Bentley University

“New Scars for the New Economy? Gender and the Consequences of Non-Standard Employment Histories,” David Pedulla, Princeton University, Winner of the Poverty, Class, and Inequality Division’s Student Paper Competition


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 106: CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Poverty, Sexual Politics, and Institutions
Room: Pacific H

Sponsors: Association of Black Sociologists
Sexual Behavior, Politics, and Communities

Organizer &

Presider: Dana Renee Atwood, University of Wisconsin, Sheboygan

Papers:

“Sexual and Gender Minorities’ Experiences with Homonegative Violence,” Lies D'haese, Ghent University

“Defining Normal: Social Hierarchies among College Students on a Small, Residential Campus,” Rachael S. Neal, St. Edward's University

“Student-Athletes and Sexual Behaviors: Comparing Attitudes across Gender and Institutional Setting,” Kiera D. Duckworth, University at Buffalo, SUNY

“Reading the Body: Latina Desirability and Profit in Erotic Labor: A Critical Review,” Cristina Khan, American University

“‘I’m Not a Special Snowflake’: The Conduct of Public Sex,” Dann Hoxsey, York University

“When The Going Gets Weird: An Invitation to Gonzo Sociology,” Jesse Wozniak, West Virginia University


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 107: CRITICAL DIALOGUE: What's Next for the Sociology of Mental Health?
Room: Pacific I

Sponsor: Society and Mental Health

Organizer &

Presider: Richard M. Carpiano, University of British Columbia

Papers:

“Causal Explanation is Better than Causal Description: Implications for the Future of the Sociology of Mental Health,” Bruce G. Link, Columbia University

“Public Sector Mental Health: In Re-mission?” Teresa L. Scheid, University of North Carolina, Charlotte

“The Three Solitudes of the Sociology of Mental Health,” William R. Avison, University of Western Ontario

“What Should the Sociology of Mental Health Try to Explain?” Jason Schnittker, University of Pennsylvania


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 4:15 PM - 5:25 PM

SSSP Business Meeting, 2013-14 (Open Meeting)
Room: Club Room


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 4:15 PM - 5:25 PM

PLENARY

Session 108: SSSP Business Meeting
Room: Club Room

Sponsor: Program Committee

Facilitator:  Anna Maria Santiago, Case Western Reserve University


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 5:30 PM - 6:30 PM

PLENARY

Session 109: Presidential Address
Room: Club Room

Sponsor: Program Committee

Introduction:  Robert Silverman, University at Buffalo, SUNY


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 6:45 PM - 7:45 PM

Awards Reception
Room: Yerba Buena Ballroom Salons 5-6


Date: Saturday, August 16

Time: 7:45 PM - 9:45 PM

SPECIAL

Session 110: Awards Banquet and Ceremony
Room: Yerba Buena Ballroom Salons 1-4

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizer &

Presider: Anna Maria Santiago, Case Western Reserve University

Description:  AWARDS TO BE PRESENTED SSSP Division Awards: Winners of various student paper competitions and other division awards will be announced. Beth B. Hess Memorial Scholarship: This $15,000 scholarship will be awarded to a new or continuing graduate student who began her or his study in a community college or technical school. C. Wright Mills Award: For a distinguished book that exemplifies outstanding social science research and an understanding of the individual and society in the tradition of C. Wright Mills. Lee Founders Award: For recognition of significant achievements that have demonstrated continuing devotion to the ideals of the founders of the Society and especially to the humanistic tradition of the Lee’s. Racial/Ethnic Minority Graduate Scholarship: This $12,000 scholarship is given annually for support of graduate study and commitment to a career of scholar-activism. Thomas C. Hood Social Action Award: This $1,000 award is given to a not-for-profit organization in the San Francisco area in recognition of challenging social inequalities, promoting social change, and/or working toward the empowerment of marginalized peoples.


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Board of Directors Meeting, 2014-15
Room: Foothill F


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 111: Families, Communities, and Mass Incarceration
Room: Foothill A

Sponsors: Community Research and Development
Family

Organizer: Ebonie L. Cunningham Stringer, Wingate University

Presider: Grace A. Gámez, Arizona State University

Papers:

“And Some of Them Are Fierce: Navigating and Negotiating the Terrain of Motherhood as Formerly Incarcerated and Convicted Mothers,” Grace A. Gámez, Arizona State University

“Bumps in the Road: Understanding the Paths Taken to Arrest Pregnant Women,” Laura Brennankane, University of California, Irvine

“Gender and the Neoliberal State: A New Ethics of Care in the Era of Penal Expansion,” Michaela C. Simmons, University of California, Berkeley

“More than Meets the Eye: The Use of Counter-Narratives to Expand Students’ Perceptions of Black Male Crack Dealers’,” Kamesha S. Spates, Kent State University


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 112: The Promise and Challenge of Turning Around Persistently Lower Performing Schools
Room: Foothill B

Sponsor: Educational Problems

Organizer, Presider &

Discussant: LaNysha Adams, University of New Mexico

Papers:

“How Schools Close: A Comparative Mixed-Methods Study of Philadelphia’s 2013 School Closures,” Meg Caven, Brown University

“Measuring Family Engagement for School Improvement,” Beth E. Schueler, Joseph McIntyre and Hunter Gehlbach, Harvard Graduate School of Education

“Twenty-First Century Community Learning Centers: Developing Capabilities?” Molly Malany Sayre, University of Kentucky

“Talking About a Revolution: Dissecting the Popular Debate over K12 Education and the Quest to Reform Failing Schools,” Johanna S. Quinn, University of Wisconsin, Madison


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 113: Medicalization of Deviance and Juvenile Delinquency
Room: Foothill D

Sponsors: Crime and Juvenile Delinquency
Society and Mental Health

Organizer, Presider &

Discussant: Kristine Artello, Virginia Commonwealth University

Papers:

“The Youth Protest Generation: Long-Term Consequences of Mental Health Intervention,” Robert J. Johnson, University of Miami

“What Do We Do with Kids Who Kill? Pennsylvania’s Media Response to Miller v. Alabama,” Kristine Artello, Virginia Commonwealth University

“Narratives of Recovery and Restoration: Criminalized Women and ‘Rehabilitation’,” Colleen Marie Hackett, University of Colorado, Boulder


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

THEMATIC

Session 114: CRITICAL DIALOGUE: The War on Drugs and the New Jim Crow
Room: Foothill E

Sponsors: Drinking and Drugs
Racial and Ethnic Minorities

Organizer: Ellen Benoit, National Development and Research Institutes (NDRI)

Presider: Bhoomi K. Thakore, Northwestern University

Papers:

“Unpacking Infestation: Analyzing Detroit Residents’ Accounts of Drugs in Neighborhood Contexts,” Paul J. Draus and Juliette K. Roddy, University of Michigan, Dearborn and Anthony McDuffie, Wayne State University

“‘What You Know about the Ghetto: Collective Resistance in Police-Community Encounters,” Katherine D. Matthews, University of California, Santa Barbara

“Constrained Maneuvering of Black Masculine Identity,” Brittany C. Slatton, Texas Southern University

“Personal Memories and their Public Foundations: How Formerly Incarcerated African Americans Negotiate the Collective Memories of the War on Drugs and Mass Incarceration,” Vanessa Lynn, Stony Brook University

“The Impact of Medical Marijuana on Communities in Massachusetts,” Miriam Boeri and Timothy Anderson, Bentley University


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 115: CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Theoretical Dimensions of Institutional and Social Processes
Room: Foothill G1

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizer: Robert Silverman, University at Buffalo, SUNY

Presider: Ashley K. Farmer, University of Delaware

Papers:

“All Creatures Great and Small: Tackling Wildlife Poaching from a Structural Functionalist Perspective,” Ashley K. Farmer, University of Delaware

“Community Economics,” La Tina Marie Mason, Penn State, Harrisburg

“Habitus, Symbolic Violence, and Reflexivity: Relevance of Bourdieu’s Theories to Social Work,” Wendy L. Wiegmann, University of California, Berkeley

“Identity: A Social Network Perspective,” Cynthia Zhang, Northern Arizona University

“Institutional Isomorphism in Religious Entities of Post-Soviet Tajikistan,” Hakim Zainiddinov, Rutgers University

“Psychoanalysis and the Therapeutic Relationship: A Parsonian Perspective,” A. Javier Trevino, Wheaton College

“Community Services and Functional Limitations in Old Age - Unraveling the Mediating Role of Family Support,” Rong Fu and David Waters, Purdue University


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

THEMATIC

Session 116: CRITICAL DIALOGUE on Law and Poverty
Room: Foothill G2

Sponsor: Law and Society

Organizers: Sonya M. Goshe, University of California
Lori Sexton, University of Missouri, Kansas City

Presider: Sonya M. Goshe, University of California

Papers:

“‘Church Flight’ during the ‘War on the Poor’,” Fernando E. Linhares, Drew University

“Five Years In Cleveland: What Happened to Old Brooklyn?” Maria Christine Dimengo, Case Western Reserve University

“Hiding in Plain Sight: Omaha’s and Nebraska’s 100-Year Assault on the Rural and Urban Poor, Minorities and the Disadvantaged,” R K Piper and Theresa Barron-McKeagney, University of Nebraska, Omaha and Amanda Duffy Randall, University of Nebraska at Omaha

“Social Institutions and Robbery: A Multilevel Growth Model Test of Institutional Anomie Theory,” Amanda M. Smith, Western Michigan University

“Sympathy and Resistance: Legal Regimes and Youth in Poverty,” Sonya M. Goshe, University of California

“The Impacts of Social Welfare Reform Polices on Welfare Assistance Recipients and Poverty among the Poor in the Frist States in the United States,” Mukaria J. Itang'ata, Western Michigan University


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

THEMATIC

Session 117: Constructing Theories of Poverty, Inequality, and Policy: Potentials and Limitations
Room: Foothill H

Sponsors: Conflict, Social Action, and Change
Social Problems Theory
Sociology and Social Welfare

Organizer: Nicole D'Anna, University at Albany, SUNY

Presider: Steven E. Wallis, Foundation for the Advancement of Social Theory and Capella University

Papers:

“Integrative Propositional Analysis: An Emerging Methodology for Constructing More Useful Theories of Poverty,” Bernadette M. Wright, Meaningful Evidence, LLC and Steven E. Wallis, Foundation for the Advancement of Social Theory and Capella University

“Retrospectives: Bayard Rustin and the Freedom Budget,” Enrico Beltramini, Notre Dame de Namur University

“Positive Functions of Homelessness,” Jacob Avery, University of California, Irvine

“Conceptualizing an Emotional Biography and Hopeful Activism in Sustaining Long-Term Activism in a Local Welfare Rights Movement,” Kaleema Annie Sumareh, Wayne State University


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 118: Anti-Poverty Policy Formulation and Implementation
Room: Foothill J

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizer: Robert Silverman, University at Buffalo, SUNY

Presider: Ariel H. Bierbaum, University of California, Berkeley

Papers:

“‘There’s only so much that we can do’: Ohio Welfare-to-Work Program Managers’ Accounts and Identity Work,” Tiffany Taylor, Kent State University, Laura Niehaus, University of Akron, Jacqueline Coffey and Brianna Turgeon, Kent State University

“Applying an ‘Archaeology of Poverty’ to Federal Policy: A Textual Analysis of Three Recent Interagency Initiatives,” Ariel H. Bierbaum, University of California, Berkeley

“Bringing Social Innovation to Scale: Co-Creating the Entrepreneurial Spark in Urban Communities,” Jimeka Holloway, Case Western Reserve University

“From War on Poverty to War against the Poor,” Gordon Welty, Adelphi University and Luis Arizmendi, UNAM, Mexico City

“Wilkinson’s Theory of Community Development Applied to Comprehensive School Reform,” Matthew F. Prante, Utah State University


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 119: The Social Organization of Health Professional Work
Room: Club Room

Sponsor: Institutional Ethnography

Organizers &

Presiders: Nicola R. Waters, University of Calgary
Karen Melon, University of Calgary

Papers:

“Where the Nurse Gets Hurt: Understanding the Social Organization of Injury Management in Ontario Hospitals,” Laurie Clune, University of Regina

“The Clinician as Problem and Solution: Activations of Medical Education Texts,” Patricia Thille, University of Calgary

“‘Standardization’ of Community Occupational Therapists’ Work: Mapping the Referral Form through Actual Work and Decision Processes,” Annie Carrier and Mélanie Levasseur, Université de Sherbrooke, Andrew Freeman, Département de réadaptation, Université Laval and Johanne Desrosiers, École de réadaptation, Université de Sherbrooke

“The Unintended Consequences of the Social Organization of Warriors in Transition Units (WTUs),” Alexis A. Bender, Shelley Schmissrauter Kay, Christine Lagana-Riordan, Sheba King, Amanda M. Jungels, Amber Wilson and Amy M. Millikan-Bell, Army Institute of Public Health

“Who’s on the Team? Nursing Auxiliaries, Cross-training, and the Changing Division of Labor in Hospital Nursing Care,” Grace E. Scrimgeour, Loyola University, Chicago


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 120: Sexual Interests, Behaviors, Bodies, and Communities
Room: Pacific E

Sponsors: Sexual Behavior, Politics, and Communities
Sport, Leisure, and the Body

Organizer: Sandra E. Schroer, Muskingum University

Presider: Christina Parreira, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Papers:

“‘Our Rooms Are Our Stage:’ Selling Sex & Intimacy in the Nevada Brothel,” Christina Parreira, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

“Processes That Shape The Heterosexual Women’s Sexual Identity,” Gayle Gordon Bouzard and Cheryl Rollman-Tinajero, Texas State University

“Sexual Decision-Making in Women’s Relationships with Women,” Janelle M. Pham, University of California, Santa Barbara


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

THEMATIC

Session 121: Globalized Austerity, Poverty, and Social Policy I
Room: Pacific H

Sponsors: Global
Poverty, Class, and Inequality

Organizers &

Presiders: Ligaya Lindio McGovern, Indiana University
Fatime Gunes, Anadolu University, Eskisehir Turkey

Papers:

“Development Assistance for Health: The Effects of Geopolitical and Cultural Relations on Aid Allocation in the Era of the U.N.’s Millennium Development Goals,” Michaela Kathleen Curran, University of California, Riverside

“Neoliberal Policies and the Globalized Feminization of Poverty: Lessons from the Global South,” Ligaya Lindio McGovern, Indiana University

“Neoliberalism Thrives: Domestic Workers in the UAE,” Lisa Reber, Arizona State University

“The U.S. Blockade Against Cuba: An Analysis and Proposal for Action,” Chris Dale, New England College


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 122: CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Introducing Environmental Issues to the Classroom
Room: Pacific I

Sponsors: Environment and Technology
Teaching Social Problems

Organizer &

Presider: Shawn A. Trivette, Louisiana Tech University

Papers:

“Critical Dialogue: Teaching Environmental Sociology: A Case for Hope and Optimism,” Catherine Mobley, Clemson University

“Secondary Consumption, Waste Disposal, and Poverty,” Bridget M. Costello, King's College

“Urban Environmental Activism in Southern California,” Jake Wilson, California State University, Long Beach


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 123: Community Perceptions and Public Policy Responses to Crime and Deviance
Room: Foothill A

Sponsors: Community Research and Development
Crime and Juvenile Delinquency

Organizer &

Presider: Kristen Budd, Miami University

Papers:

“Hyped Help: Public Perceptions of Criminal Profiling,” Julie B. Wiest, West Chester University of Pennsylvania

“Keeping Communities Safe from Sex Crime Recidivism? Community Member’s Perceptions of the Effectiveness of Criminal Justice Strategies,” Kristen Budd, Miami University

“Reefer Reformation: How Americans are Changing their Minds about Marijuana Laws,” Jacob L. Felson, William Paterson University

“The Fear of Surveillance in the Post-Snowden Era,” Mathieu Deflem, University of South Carolina and Shannon McDonough, Allen University

“Where are the Women? Community Perceptions of Women’s Roles in Crime and Crime Responses,” Andrea M. Leverentz, University of Massachusetts, Boston


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 124: Families, Disability, and Poverty
Room: Foothill B

Sponsors: Disabilities
Family
Health, Health Policy, and Health Services

Organizers: Ebonie L. Cunningham Stringer, Wingate University
Laura Lorenz, Brandeis University

Presider: Angela Frederick, Rhodes College

Discussant: Laura Mauldin, University of Connecticut

Papers:

“A Qualitative Exploration of HIV Positive Men’s Experiences Trying to have Children,” Carrie Foote, IUPUI and Anna Muraveva, The Ohio State University

“Who Are the Well Spouses? Using Ethnography to Investigate Spousal Caregiving Experiences,” Laura Mauldin, University of Connecticut

“Motherhood as Disability Activism,” Angela Frederick, Rhodes College


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 125: New Directions in Punishment and Society
Room: Foothill D

Sponsor: Law and Society

Organizers: Kathleen A. Asbury, Community College of Philadelphia
Lori Sexton, University of Missouri, Kansas City

Presider: Lori Sexton, University of Missouri, Kansas City

Papers:

“Inside the Punishment Gap: Thoughts on the Promise of Participatory Action Research in Prison,” Lori Sexton, University of Missouri, Kansas City and Kimberly Richman, University of San Francisco

“Labor Surplus and Incarceration: The Rusche-Kirchheimer Thesis in the 21st Century,” Michael D. Black and Katherine A. Durante, University of Cincinnati

“Strategies to Manage Stigmatized Identities: How Sex Offenders Establish a Viable Social Self,” Diana Rickard, Queensborough Community College, CUNY

“The Impact of Prison on the Racial Identity of Multiracial Americans,” Gennifer Furst and Kathleen Odell Korgen, William Paterson University


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 126: CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Race Along the Life Course
Room: Foothill E

Sponsors: Racial and Ethnic Minorities
Youth, Aging, and the Life Course

Organizer &

Presider: David G. Embrick, Loyola University, Chicago

Papers:

“‘Steps to Our Culture’: Indian Dances and the Development of Asian Indian Bicultural Identity,” Pangri Mehta, University of South Florida

“Being White, Growing Grey: The ‘Racial Career’ of a Baby Boomer,” Ashley "Woody" Doane, University of Hartford

“Economic Risks, Race, and Retirement: Households of Color Face Substantial Financial Vulnerability in Later Life,” Laura A. Sullivan, American University

“Financial Strain, Self-rated Health, Service Attendance and Depression: Findings from a National Study of Older Black and White Americans,” Allison Houston, SUNY - Albany

“Racial Apathy and Racial Religious Salvation among White College Students,” Carol Walther, Northern Illinois University


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 127: New Faces of Poverty: Higher Education and Student Debt
Room: Foothill G1

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizer, Presider &

Discussant: Joel Best, University of Delaware

Papers:

“Confronting the Student Loan Mess,” Joel Best, University of Delaware and Eric Best, Jacksonville State University

“Education and Employment: Age Milestones as Obstacles to Upward Social Mobility in Japan,” Koichi Ishikuro, Hawaii Pacific University

“Lifestyles of Indebted and Debt-Free College Students,” Natasha Yurk and Daniel Rudel, Indiana University

“Unequal Certainties in the Age of Student Loan Dependency: An Examination of Idaho Families’ College and Financial Aid Literacy,” Leontina Hormel and Traci Craig, University of Idaho, John Mihelich and Debbie Storrs, University of North Dakota


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 128: People, Places, and Things: Analyzing Drug Use Contexts
Room: Foothill G2

Sponsor: Drinking and Drugs

Organizer, Presider &

Discussant: Paul J. Draus, University of Michigan, Dearborn

Papers:

“‘Junkie’ Habitus: History and Social Contexts Should Matter in Drug Treatment,” Camila Gelpí-Acosta, National Development and Research Institutes (NDRI)

“High Bräu: Beer, Bourdieu, and Aesthetic Transfer,” Jacob Alden Miller, Indiana University

“To Sobriety and Beyond: Managing Drug and Alcohol Use among Women Transitioning from Prison to Communities,” Vicki L. Hunter, Kimberly R. Greer and Jennifer J. Schweitzer, Minnesota State University, Mankato

“Poverty, Homelessness and Youth Cocaine Paste Treatment Experiences in Ecuador,” Roberto Abadie, Prometeo Project-SENESCYT


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 129: Tensions, Contradictions, and Impacts of Anti-Sex Trafficking and Sex Worker Rights Campaigns
Room: Foothill H

Sponsors: Conflict, Social Action, and Change
Sexual Behavior, Politics, and Communities

Organizer &

Presider: Crystal A. Jackson, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY

Discussant: Valerie Feldman, University of California, Davis

Papers:

“Reacting and Resisting: U.S. Sex Worker Rights Organizing Efforts,” Crystal A. Jackson, John Jay College of Criminal Justice, CUNY

“Trafficking, Technology, and Collaborative Governmentalities,” Jennifer Musto, Wellesley College

“Why Evidence-Based Policy Is Imperative: The Real World Consequences of Ideology-Based Sex Trafficking Laws,” Jennifer J. Reed and Jenny Heineman, University of Nevada, Las Vegas


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 130: Views of Race, Class and Ethnic Inequality
Room: Foothill J

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizer: Kelly L. Patterson, University at Buffalo, SUNY

Presider: Liliana V. Rodriguez, University of California, Santa Barbara

Papers:

“Geographic Racial Composition and Businesses and Employment Opportunities,” Janeria A. Easley, Princeton University

“Grand Theft Auto V: A Critical Race Review,” Patrick M. Polasek, Benedictine University

“In the Spirit and Aftermath of Trayvon Martin: A Community Once Divided on a Journey of Healing and Reconciliation,” Joshua Kirven, Cleveland State University

“The ‘Latino Invasion’ Hypothesis: Findings from State Level Data Impacting the Education of Undocumented Students,” Liliana V. Rodriguez, University of California, Santa Barbara


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 131: Are You Being Served?: Institutional Ethnographies of Social Services and Frontline Workers in an Age of Austerity
Room: Club Room

Sponsors: Institutional Ethnography
Labor Studies
Sociology and Social Welfare

Organizer: Matthew Strang, York University

Presider &

Discussant: Naomi Nichols, York University

Papers:

“Eligible for Service? Immigrant Women’s Experiences of Ruling Relations: Findings from an Institutional Ethnography of an Employment and Leadership Skills Program,” Heather Holroyd, The University of British Columbia

“Human-Animal Welfare in the Age of Austerity,” Katja M. Guenther, University of California, Riverside

“Prison Realignment and Front-Line Reentry Work,” Megan Welsh, John Jay College of Criminal Justice and CUNY - Graduate Center

“Vicarious Trauma and Sexual Assault Crisis Work: A Focus on Structural Forces,” Amanda B. Moras, Sacred Heart University


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 132: Persistence and Change in Environmental Issues: 40 Years of the Environment and Technology Division
Room: Pacific E

Sponsor: Environment and Technology

Organizer: Tamara L. Mix, Oklahoma State University

Presider: Riley E. Dunlap, Oklahoma State University

Description:  A celebration of the Environment and Technology Division's 40th anniversary. Each panelist represents the decade during which s/he served as chair, starting with the division's founder (who will also discuss the establisment of the division). Panelists will discuss sessions organized under their leadership, the changing constituency of the division, significant trends in E&T research and societal problems during their respective decade, and contemporary directions in E&T research.

Panelists:

Riley E. Dunlap, Oklahoma State University

Kurt Finsterbusch, University of Maryland

Stephen R. Couch, Penn State, Schuylkill

Tamara L. Mix, Oklahoma State University

Erin E. Robinson, Canisius College


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 133: Globalized Austerity, Poverty, and Social Policy II
Room: Pacific H

Sponsors: Global
Poverty, Class, and Inequality

Organizers &

Presiders: Fatime Gunes, Anadolu University, Eskisehir Turkey
Ligaya Lindio McGovern, Indiana University

Papers:

“Landscapes of Poverty: The Structure of Poverty on American Indian Reservations and Trust Lands in the Era of Self-Determination,” K. Whitney Mauer, Cornell University

“Social Security and the Future of Economic Security: How Political Struggles Over Old-Age and Retirement Security Will Define the Future of the Social Safety Net,” Greg McLauchlan, University of Oregon

“States and the Search for Legitimacy: A Political Economy of Nationalism,” Cory Blad, Manhattan College

“The Rise of National Income Inequality Revisited,” Anthony J. Roberts, University of California, Riverside

“What is the Relationship of the Population Changes in Texas due to Population Dynamics?” Amy M. Romanus, Texas Woman's University


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 134: CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Talking Poverty in the Classroom: Navigating the Personal and Political in Privileged Settings
Room: Pacific I

Sponsor: Teaching Social Problems

Organizer: Corey Dolgon, Stonehill College

Presider: Rebecca Lynn Maniglia, Northern Arizona University

Papers:

“Challenges in Negotiating Diverse Student Identities in the Privileged Classroom,” Amanda M. Gengler, Wake Forest University

“Deserving, Different and Disconnected? Addressing Poverty on Foundations of Privilege and Trying to Interrogate Our Blindspots,” Chiwen Bao, Harvard University

“Discussions of Poverty in Academic Settings: Learner-Centered Strategies for Diverse Student Populations,” Yvonne M. Luna, Northern Arizona University

“From Privilege to The New Jim Crow: Navigating the personal and political across educational (con)texts,” Kristin L. Murphy, Columbia University

“Turking in the Classroom: Using MTurk to Teach Graduate Statistics,” Cameron Thomas Whitley, Michigan State University


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Program Co-Chairs, 2013-14 & 2014-15 (Closed Meeting)
Room: Bin 55


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 135: Aging, Housing and Community
Room: Foothill A

Sponsors: Community Research and Development
Youth, Aging, and the Life Course

Organizer: Griff Tester, Georgia State University

Presider: Kristen Desjarlais deKlerk, University of Calgary

Papers:

“Comparison of Residential Well-being of Kurds Relocated from the Urban Core to Residential Satellites: The Case of Izmir, Turkey,” Melis Kural, University at Buffalo, SUNY

“Housing and Stress: Examining the Physical and Mental Health Differences Between Homeless and Formerly Homeless Individuals,” Kristen Desjarlais deKlerk, University of Calgary

“Negotiating Home: Buying and Selling in an Information Age,” Margaret Walsh, Keene State College


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 136: Beyond Title IX: Expanding Support for Pregnant and Parenting Students
Room: Foothill B

Sponsors: Educational Problems
Family

Organizer &

Discussant: Autumn R. Green, Endicott College

Presider: Amanda Lynne Freeman, Boston College

Papers:

“Title IX and the Experiences of Pregnant and Mothering Students in Alternative Schools,” Mary Patrice Erdmans, Case Western Reserve University

“Set Up to Fail, Determined to Succeed: Interrogating Meritocracy & Equal Educational Opportunity through the Experiences of Low-Income Student Mothers,” Autumn R. Green, Endicott College

“Childcare Is a Start: University-Based Support and Student-Mothers,” Elizabeth R. Pare, Oakland University

“When Parents Go Back To College: Negotiating Student Roles at Home,” A. Fiona Pearson, Central Connecticut State University


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 137: Reform and Progress: Law, Crime, and Delinquency
Room: Foothill D

Sponsors: Crime and Juvenile Delinquency
Law and Society

Organizer &

Presider: Colleen Marie Hackett, University of Colorado, Boulder

Papers:

“A Call for Reform: The (In)effectiveness of Juvenile Transfer Laws,” Melanie Johnson, University of New Hampshire

“Evidence, Politics, and the Dynamics of Criminal Justice Policy Change,” Tiffany Bergin, Kent State University

“Justice at ‘Risk’: A Critical Examination of the Risk Model in Juvenile Justice,” Sonya M. Goshe, University of California

“The Juvenile Court, Human Artistry, and the American Delinquent,” Paul Colomy, University of Denver


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 138: CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Conceptualizing and Operationalizing Disability
Room: Foothill E

Sponsor: Disabilities

Organizer &

Presider: Brian R. Grossman, University of Illinois, Chicago

Papers:

“Benefits and Challenges of Discourse Across Professional Boundaries: An Imperative in Serving Older and/or Disabled People in the Community,” Chris Wellin and Caroline Mallory, Illinois State University

“Brain, Self, and Society: Locating the Emotionally-Disrupted Self,” Jorie Hofstra, Rutgers University

“Challenging the Margins: Thinking Critically About Intellectual Disability,” Kate Caldwell, University of Illinois, Chicago

“Constructing Disability: Infertility as a Case Study,” Elizabeth A. Sternke, Richard L. Roudebush VA Medical Center and Kathleen Abrahamson, Purdue University

“Definitions, Concepts and Measures of Disability,” Barbara M. Altman, Disability Statistics Consultant

“How Disabled Persons Deal with their Internalized Ableism,” Kentaro Ishijima, Graduate School at University of Tokyo


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 139: Social Construction of Social Problems: International Issues
Room: Foothill G1

Sponsor: Social Problems Theory

Organizer &

Presider: Joel Best, University of Delaware

Papers:

“The Construction and Transformation of Low Birthrate Issues in Japan since 1990’s,” Manabu Akagawa, University of Tokyo

“How Do We Share Rhetoric of Claims?: The Construction of a ‘Doujinshi (Fan Fiction)’ Culture Issue through ‘Virtual Child Pornography’ Controversy in Japan,” Toshiaki Sato, Interdisciplinary Information Studies, University of Tokyo

“Owning the Past: Constructing Cultural History Through Claimsmaking Activity,” David C. Lane, University of South Dakota

“Becoming a ‘Terrorist’: Interests, Illegitimacy, Islam,” Winston Y. Chou, Princeton University


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 140: People, Places, and Things, Part 2: Risk and Harm Reduction in Context
Room: Foothill G2

Sponsor: Drinking and Drugs

Organizer, Presider &

Discussant: Paul J. Draus, University of Michigan, Dearborn

Papers:

“Burning the Candle at Both Ends: Motivations for Nonmedical Prescription Stimulant Use,” Paloma Sales, Sheigla Averill, Nicholas Lau, Fiona Murphy, Sye-Ok Sato and Sheigla Murphy, Institute for Scientific Analysis

“Harm Reduction Methods of Older Adult Cannabis Users: Minimizing the Risks of Cannabis and Other Drug Use,” Nicholas Lau, Paloma Sales, Sheigla Averill, Fiona Murphy, Sye-Ok Sato and Sheigla Murphy, Institute for Scientific Analysis

“High Risk and Little Knowledge: Overdose Experiences and Knowledge among Young Adult Non-Medical PO Users,” David Frank, CUNY - Graduate Center and National Development and Research Institutes, Pedro Mateu-Gelabert and Honoria Guarino, National Development and Research Institutes, Alex S. Bennett, National Development and Research Institutes (NDRI), Lauren Jessell and Anastasia Teper, National Development and Research Institutes

“When the Benefits Outweigh the Risks: Harm Reduction Methods among Nonmedical Prescription Stimulant Users,” Sheigla Averill, Paloma Sales, Nicholas Lau, Fiona Murphy, Sye-Ok Sato and Sheigla Murphy, Institute for Scientific Analysis


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 141: Sexualities on the Edge
Room: Foothill H

Sponsor: Sexual Behavior, Politics, and Communities

Organizer &

Presider: Kathleen A. Asbury, Community College of Philadelphia

Papers:

“Distancing and Difference: Intragroup Boundaries and Rural LGBTQs,” Holly Donovan, Boston University

“‘I Never Realized That Sex between Two Women Was Not Safe’: Lesbian and Queer Women Making Sense of Safer Sex Practices,” Mary Catherine (MC) Whitlock, University of South Florida

“Paying For and Selling Sex: Gender Differences,” Stephanie Campos, Ellen Benoit and Eloise Dunlap, National Development and Research Institutes (NDRI)

“Does Gender Matter? Students at a Historically Black College,” Julianne S. Lewis, Cheyney University of Pennsylvania

“Gender Differences among Horse Trail Riders,” Kathleen A. Asbury, Community College of Philadelphia


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 142: Backlash: Racialized Anti-Public Sentiment in the Post-Civil Rights Era
Room: Foothill J

Sponsor: Racial and Ethnic Minorities

Organizers: Louise Seamster, Duke University
Kasey Henricks, American Bar Foundation and Loyola University Chicago

Presider &

Discussant: Alfred DeFreece, Roosevelt University

Papers:

“Arizona under Fire in a ‘Post Racial’ Era: How Color-Blind Discourse, Anti-Immigrant Racism and White Injury Ideology Fueled Support for Senate Bill 1070,” Cassaundra Rodriguez, University of Massachusetts, Amherst, Honorable Mention of the Racial and Ethnic Minorities Division’s Student Paper Competition

“Nativism and Racism: Frameworks of Superiority and Clashing Ideological Arguments,” Candace E. Griffith, West Virginia University

“A Free Academic Community?: Racial Harassment Policy in Higher Education,” Joyce M. Bell, University of Pittsburgh

“Solidarity Across Civil Rights? Same-Sex Relations and Racial Attitudes,” Emily A. Paine, University of Texas, Austin


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 143: Are You Being Served?: Institutional Ethnographies of Social Services and Frontline Workers in an Age of Austerity II
Room: Club Room

Sponsors: Institutional Ethnography
Labor Studies
Sociology and Social Welfare

Organizer: Matthew Strang, York University

Presider &

Discussant: Sobia Shaheen Shaikh, Memorial University

Papers:

“‘It’s all about the people:’ Immigrant Identity among Managers in the Retail Sector,” Ilana Demantas, University of Kansas

“Emotional Work and Labor in U.S. Refugee Resettlement Programs,” Fatima Sattar, Boston College

“Engineering Medicine: The Deployment of Lean Production in Healthcare,” Will Attwood-Charles, Boston College

“Resident and Staff Experiences of Service Utilization and Delivery: An Exploratory Study of a Transitional Housing Program for Homeless Youth,” Susanna R. Curry, University of California, Los Angeles


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 144: Global Perspectives: Sustainability, Ecological Justice, and Globalization
Room: Pacific E

Sponsors: Environment and Technology
Global
Health, Health Policy, and Health Services

Organizers: Kyle Knight, University of Alabama, Huntsville
Jenny Lendrum, Wayne State University

Presider: Kyle Knight, University of Alabama, Huntsville

Papers:

“What it Means to be a Refugee: The Environmental Refugee-Migrant Debate,” Amanda R. Bertana, University of Utah

“An Investigation into Social Movement Convergence at the Rio+20 Peoples’ Summit 1992-2012,” Terran Giacomini, University of Toronto

“Hybrid Political Economies, Sustainability and Justice,” Alan P. Rudy, Central Michigan University

“Can we call the Alberta oilsands environmental injustice? Moving from environmental justice to just sustainability,” Randolph Haluza-DeLay, The King's University College and Ken Caine, University of Alberta


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 145: Previous Minority Scholarship Award Winners: The Ins and Outs of doing Scholar Activism
Room: Pacific H

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizer &

Presider: Luis A. Fernandez, Northern Arizona University

Papers:

“Reflections from ‘Behind the White Picket Fence’,” Sarah Mayorga-Gallo, University of Cincinnati

“Reflections on 10 years of Scholar Activism: Policing, Control and Immigration,” Luis A. Fernandez, Northern Arizona University

“The Double Life of Scholar Activism,” Fernando Cortes Chirino, University of California, Irvine

“The Shaping of Scholarly Activism through Comparative Urban Ethnographies: Gangs, Violence, and the State​,” Robert J. Duran, University of Tennessee


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 146: CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Assets, Inequality, and Poverty
Room: Pacific I

Sponsor: Poverty, Class, and Inequality

Organizers &

Presiders: Sara Chaganti, Brandeis University
Alexis Mann, The Heller School for Social Policy

Papers:

“Inheritance Pathways: Conceptualizing Wealth Inequality and Mobility among Families,” Jennifer C. Mueller, Skidmore College

“Examining the Homeownership Effect: An Impact Evaluation of Habitat for Humanity,” Thomas J. PlaHovinsak, Northeastern University

“Real Estate Agents and Housing Price Inflation: A Missing Piece in Stratification Research?” Max Besbris and Jacob Faber, New York University

“Protecting against Predatory Lending: State Regulation, Industry Ecology, and the Probability of Payday Borrowing,” Wade T. Roberts, Colorado College


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Council of Division Chairpersons and Program Committee, 2014-15
Room: Foothill F


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 147: Community Coalitions and Collective Impacts to Address Poverty
Room: Foothill A

Sponsors: Community Research and Development
Sociology and Social Welfare

Organizer &

Presider: Frank Ridzi, Le Moyne College/ Central New York Community Foundation

Papers:

“Becoming Coalitional: The Strange and Miraculous Alliance between Queer to the Left and the Jesus People, USA,” Deborah B. Gould, University of California, Santa Cruz

“CLEAN Away Injustice in LA: How a Community-Labor Coalition Arrive at Its Strategies,” Mindy M. Chen, University of California, Los Angeles

“Relationships of Trust?: The community pitfalls and benefits of interorganizational (mis)trust within 2 Chicago neighborhoods,” Teresa Irene Gonzales, Knox College

“Community Resilience: Multidisciplinary Convergence on Ideas for Addressing Urban Poverty and Neighborhood Stagnation and Decline,” Nancy Frank, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

“Coalitions as Community Initiatives Aimed at Addressing Poverty through Education,” Frank Ridzi, Le Moyne College/ Central New York Community Foundation


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 148: Disability and the Labor Force
Room: Foothill B

Sponsors: Disabilities
Labor Studies

Organizers: Sarah Parker Harris, University of Illinois-Chicago
Robert P. Gould, University of Illinois, Chicago

Presider &

Discussant: Barbara M. Altman, Disability Statistics Consultant

Papers:

“Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) National Knowledge Translation Center Systematic Review: A Rapid Evidence Review of the ADA’s Impact on Attitudes, Perceptions, and Knowledge in Employment,” Sarah Parker Harris, University of Illinois-Chicago and Robert P. Gould, University of Illinois, Chicago

“Bridging Research and Policy to Promote Work-Based Learning Experiences for Youth with Disabilities,” Maria Town, Office of Disability Employment Policy, US Department of Labor

“Illustrating Current Tensions in Conceptualizing and Measuring Disability with the Debate over Measuring the 1990s Employment Decline,” Julia A. Rivera Drew, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 149: Violence and the Law
Room: Foothill D

Sponsors: Crime and Juvenile Delinquency
Law and Society

Organizer &

Presider: Stephen Morewitz, California State University, East Bay

Papers:

“Diverting Aircraft by Hijackers and the Killing of Hijackers: A Social Control Approach,” Stephen Morewitz, California State University, East Bay

“Drone Warfare in Pictures: Understanding Ongoing Support for America’s Drone War in Pakistan, 2004 – 2013,” Amanda M. Smith, Western Michigan University

“From Suicide and Strain to Mass Murder: Explaining Three Mass Shootings in the United States Using Durkheim, Merton, and Agnew,” Dinur Blum and Christian Jaworski, University of California, Riverside

“Staging Indefinite Detention,” Lester H. Andrist, University of Maryland


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 150: CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Popular Media, Social Media, and Society
Room: Foothill E

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizer: Kelly L. Patterson, University at Buffalo, SUNY

Presider: Tara La Rose, York University

Papers:

“Crowdfunding: Looking Beyond the Funds,” Elizabeth A. G. Schwarz, University of California, Riverside

“Increasing Intergroup Understanding through Narrative-Sharing and Storytelling: Bridging Academic Scholarship and Applied Programming,” Jessica Sperling, StoryCorps & CUNY

“Social Work and Social Media Regulation,” Tara La Rose, York University

“The Tea Party, Property Rights and MegaPlanning in a Digital Era,” Karen Trapenberg Frick, University of California, Berkeley

“Navigating the Uninhabitable Zone: Women’s Bodily Self-Representation Online,” Jorie Hofstra and Heather D. Batson, Rutgers University


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 151: Teaching Social Problems: Globalization and Transnationalism
Room: Foothill G1

Sponsors: Global
Social Problems Theory
Teaching Social Problems

Organizer: Alexandra Pineros-Shields, Brandeis University

Presider: David A. Smith, University of California, Irvine

Papers:

“Cultivating Collective Action: Contesting Growth Logic Using Deliberative Democratic Tactics,” Dagoberto Cortez, University of Wisconsin, Madison

“‘Globalizing’ Intro to Social Problems,” David A. Smith, University of California, Irvine

“Identity Crises in International Schools: New Forms of Citizenship in Local and Global Contexts,” Mollie A. Davis, Drexel University

“New Managerialism and the Engaged University,” Elizabeth L. Brule, York University

“Thinking Globally, Acting Locally: Teaching Globalization Using a Community-Based Learning Approach,” Stephanie A. Limoncelli, Loyola Marymount University


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 152: Marijuana Medicalization and Legalization
Room: Foothill G2

Sponsor: Drinking and Drugs

Organizer &

Presider: Stephen Lankenau, Drexel University

Papers:

“Legalization Relationship to Normalization: Colorado Policy Examined,” Russell A. Castro, Southeastern Louisiana University

“Advancing Alternatives: The Role of Community-Based Dispensaries in the Medical Cannabis Movement,” Rebecca A. Penn, Dalla Lana School of Public Health, University of Toronto

“Health Benefits are not in the Cards: Detroit Residents’ Reasons for Using Marijuana,” Juliette K. Roddy and Paul J. Draus, University of Michigan, Dearborn

“Baby Boomers and their Cannabis Delivery Systems,” Fiona Murphy, Paloma Sales, Sheigla Averill, Nicholas Lau, Sye-Ok Sato and Sheigla Murphy, Institute for Scientific Analysis

“Medical Marijuana Dispensaries in Los Angeles: Geographic Correlates,” Stephen Lankenau, Drexel University


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 153: The Academic Job Market
Room: Foothill H

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizer &

Presider: Héctor L. Delgado, University of La Verne

Description:  This session is designed to provide participants with ideas on how to improve their chances of finding a position. Panelists with experience (some of it very recent) looking and hiring for positions will kick off the discussion, but ample opportunity will be given to participants to share their own experiences and ask questions. The sooner in their graduate careers that individuals begin thinking about going on the market, the better it is, since there are things that they can do in graduate school to improve their prospects. So, this session is for Society members currently looking for a position, but also for anyone who plans to be on the market in the next three-four years -- and for anyone who feels that s/he has useful information to share with others about her/his own experiences.

Panelists:

Kristen Budd, Miami University

Adriana Leela Bohm, Delaware County Community College

James Holstein, Marquette University

Héctor L. Delgado, University of La Verne


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 154: Gender, Life Course, and Political Consciousness
Room: Foothill J

Sponsors: Family
Youth, Aging, and the Life Course

Organizer: Johanna E. Foster, Monmouth University

Presider: Nancy J. Mezey, Monmouth University

Papers:

“Assimilating Childrearing: Parenting Re-Socialization of Immigrant Mexican Families in the Bay Area,” José G. Soto-Márquez, New York University, Winner of the Family Division’s Student Paper Competition

“Profiles of Student Attitudes towards Animal Use: Does Gender Play a Role?” Tracey D. Harris and Margaret K. Dechman, Cape Breton University

“The Millennial Generation: Trust, Community and the Future of Democracy,” Jennifer J. Reed, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

“Rebuilding Houses and Rethinking Gender: Construction Volunteer Work in Post-Katrina New Orleans,” Ian Breckenridge-Jackson, University of California, Riverside

“Women of a Certain Age: Second Wave Feminists Reflect on a Stalled Revolution,” Johanna E. Foster, Monmouth University


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 155: Technology and Its Impact on the Everyday: Institutional Management of Risk
Room: Pacific E

Sponsors: Environment and Technology
Institutional Ethnography

Organizer &

Presider: Hans-Peter de Ruiter, Minnesota State University, Mankato

Papers:

“Echoes in a Storm: Exploring the Media Amplification Effect of Twitter During Super-Storm Sandy,” Andrew J. Prelog, Alan Steinberg and Clayton Wukich, Sam Houston State University

“Fractured Risk: Communicating the Risks of Unconventional Energy Development,” Cameron Thomas Whitley, Michigan State University

“Place-Based Conservatisms? Political Culture, Science Beliefs, and Education in Idaho Communities,” Leontina Hormel and Laura Putsche, University of Idaho, John Mihelich and Debbie Storrs, University of North Dakota

“Technological Impacts on Environmental & Community Advocacy: Electronic Surveillance & Public Participation,” Patricia Widener, Florida Atlantic University


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 156: CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Theorizing Trans Genders
Room: Pacific I

Sponsors: Sexual Behavior, Politics, and Communities
Sport, Leisure, and the Body

Organizer: Sonny Nordmarken, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Presider: DA Psihopaidas, University of Southern California

Papers:

“Cisgender/Transgender: Am I That Name?” Wendy L. Chapkis, University of Southern Maine

“Moving Toward ‘Femmebodiment’: Resisting Hegemony through Oppositional Femininities,” Kyla Bender-Baird, CUNY - Graduate Center

“Cleavages: Breastfeeding and Body Image Across the Gender Spectrum,” Kristin J. Wilson, Cabrillo College

“Virtual Trans Participation: Visibility and Empowerment through New Media,” DA Psihopaidas, University of Southern California

“Trans Youth Studies: Ethics Review as a Normalizing Technology of Power,” Meagan Simon, Simon Fraser University


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

Session 157: Communities, Disabilities, and Inclusion
Room: Foothill A

Sponsors: Community Research and Development
Disabilities

Organizer: Michael Gibbons, Middle Georgia State College

Presider: Megan Smith, Emory University

Papers:

“Navigating Accommodations for the Inclusion of Students with Mental Health Problems in Higher Education,” Roula Markoulakis and Bonnie Kirsh, University of Toronto

“Sensing Sexual Citizenship: Sensory Ability and Sexuality for Adults on the Autism Spectrum,” Jessica Penwell Barnett, University of Windsor

“The Social Relationships of the Chronically Mentally Ill in a Faith Based Day Program,” Megan Smith, Emory University


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

Session 158: The Culture and Theory of Neoliberalism: Its Meaning and Effects
Room: Foothill B

Sponsors: Labor Studies
Sociology and Social Welfare

Organizer: Jennifer Zelnick, Touro College Graduate School of Social Work

Presider: John O'Connor, Central Connecticut State University

Papers:

“Neoliberalism’s High Tide: Tracking the Effects of a Political-Economic Wave,” Grace Cale, University of Kentucky

“Narrating Neoliberalism’s Miseries: The Operation of Symbolic Power in Right Wing Anti-Poor Politics,” Kyle R. Willmott, Simon Fraser University

“From Coercion to Containment: The Evolving Role of Neoliberal Austerity,” John O'Connor, Central Connecticut State University

“The Public, the Private and the Culture(s) of Neoliberalism: A Case Study of how Mexican Immigrant Workers Perpetuate their own Dispossession,” Black Hawk Hancock and Roberta Garner, DePaul University

“‘Vulnerable Yet Enterprising People’: Fair Trade Marketing and the Representation of Producers as the Deserving Poor,” Mary Beth Finch, Northwestern University


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

Session 159: Social Aspects of Conflict and Violence
Room: Foothill D

Sponsors: Crime and Juvenile Delinquency
Law and Society

Organizer &

Presider: Stephen Morewitz, California State University, East Bay

Papers:

“Lessons from the Field: Promoting Peace in Conflict Areas by Enhancing Cooperation among Diverse Actors at the Local Level,” Gordana Rabrenovic and Glenn Pierce, Northeastern University

“Professional Wrestling as Culturally Embedded Spectacles in Five Core Countries: the USA, Canada, Great Britain, Mexico and Japan,” Daniel Glenday, Brock University

“The Social Organization of Violent Masculinities in Nighttime Leisure Scenes,” Philip R. Kavanaugh, Penn State, Harrisburg


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

Session 160: CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Political Activism and Social Movements
Room: Foothill E

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizer: Kelly L. Patterson, University at Buffalo, SUNY

Presider: Mark Sherry, University of Toledo

Papers:

“A Common Christian Belief?: Refuting the Monolithic Treatment of Evangelical Views towards the Environment,” E. Keith Smith, Kelsea MacIlroy and Lynn Hempel, Colorado State University

“How Unions Defended Collective Bargaining in Ohio in 2011,” Mark Sherry, University of Toledo

“Knee Jerk Reactions: Unintended Consequences to Grass Root Reactions,” Kristine Artello, Virginia Commonwealth University

“Hosting the Tea Party: Political Activism in a Conservative Bubble,” Elizabeth Anne Yates, University of Pittsburgh

“Protest and Monitoring Groups in the Anti-Sweatshop Movement: Institutional Positions, Leverage and an Activist Division of Labor,” Matthew S. Williams, Loyola University, Chicago


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

Session 161: The Organization of Trans-Local/Global Governance, Law, and Policy
Room: Foothill G1

Sponsors: Global
Institutional Ethnography

Organizer, Presider &

Discussant: Lauren E. Eastwood, SUNY - Plattsburgh

Papers:

“Dual Marginalization: Governance of Work, Family Life, and Housing of Young Undocumented Mexicans in New York,” Stephen P. Ruszczyk, CUNY - Graduate Center

“Education Database Management Systems, Accountability & Privacy Legislation in Canada,” Lindsay A. Kerr, University of Toronto

“Spreading the Truth: How Truth Commissions Address Human Rights Abuses in the World Society,” Saskia Nauenberg, University of California, Los Angeles


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

Session 162: Linking Mental Health and Substance Abuse
Room: Foothill G2

Sponsors: Drinking and Drugs
Society and Mental Health

Organizer: Brian C. Kelly, Purdue University

Presider &

Discussant: Jason A. Ford, University of Central Florida

Papers:

“The Ongoing Search for a Sober Self,” Jennifer J. Schweitzer, Vicki L. Hunter and Kimberly R. Greer, Minnesota State University, Mankato

“An Ethnographic Portrait of Overdose Risk among Recent Veterans,” Alex S. Bennett, National Development and Research Institutes (NDRI), Enirque Pouget, National Development and Research Institutes, Andy Golub and Luther Elliott, National Development and Research Institutes (NDRI)

“Depression and Substance Use: The Moderating Influence of Social Class,” Jason A. Ford, University of Central Florida and Lindsey Blumenstein, University of Alaska, Anchorage

“Maternal Alcohol Use Disorder and Early-life Mental Health,” Joseph D. Wolfe, University of Alabama, Birmingham


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

Session 163: Social Consequences of Technological Change
Room: Pacific E

Sponsors: Environment and Technology
Family

Organizer &

Presider: Patricia Widener, Florida Atlantic University

Papers:

“Ritual Insults, Play Expression and Social Bullying: The Case of Trash-Talking and Trolling in Digital Gaming,” Talmadge Wright, Loyola University, Chicago

“Is Hydraulic Fracturing a Threat to Water?: The Social Construction of Environmental (Non)Problems in a Local Newspaper,” Kayla M. Stover, University of Tennessee

“Trolled in the Digital Age - The Framing of Fat Bodies on Social Media,” Amanda Levitt, Wayne State University

“Extraordinary Politics of Ordinary People: The Case of Neighborhood Committees during the Egyptian 2011 Revolution,” Hatem M. Hassan, University of Pittsburgh


Date: Sunday, August 17

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

Session 164: Intersex and Feminism: Lives, Politics, Ethics
Room: Pacific H

Sponsors: Sexual Behavior, Politics, and Communities
Sport, Leisure, and the Body

Organizer: Sonny Nordmarken, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

Presider: Georgiann Davis, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Papers:

“Their Bodies, Their Voices: Children with Intersex Traits,” Georgiann Davis, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

“Not a ‘Medical Miracle’: Intersex Reproduction and the Medical Enforcement of Binary Sex and Gender,” Cary Gabriel Costello, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

“Ethical Issues Relating to ‘Intersexuality’, Opinion of the Swiss National Advisory Commission on Biomedical Ethics NEK-CNE, Overview,” Brigitte S. Tag and Pete A. Hirsch, University of Zurich, Switzerland

“Intersectionality and the Politics of Representation in the Québécois Women’s Movement,” Marie Laperriere, Northwestern University

“This Is What A Feminist Looks Like? Miley Cyrus, Ani DiFranco, and Internet Outrage,” Carolyn L. Chernoff, Skidmore College