SSSP 2015 Annual Meeting

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New Member Breakfast
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Graduate Student Happy Hour
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Date: Thursday, August 20

Time: 9:00 AM - 11:30 AM

Budget, Finance, and Audit Committee, 2014-15
Room: Bering


Date: Thursday, August 20

Time: 11:45 AM - 4:45 PM

Board of Directors Meeting, 2014-15
Room: Caribbean/Caspian


Date: Thursday, August 20

Time: 5:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Board of Directors Reception, 2014-15
Room: Black Sea


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

C. Wright Mills Award Committee, 2014-15
Room: Atlantic C


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Erwin O. Smigel Award Committee, 2014-15
Room: Atlantic C


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Graduate Student Meeting with Student Board Representatives
Room: Caribbean/Caspian


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Joseph B. Gittler Award Committee, 2014-15
Room: Atlantic C


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Permanent Organization and Strategic Planning Committee, 2014-15
Room: Mediterranean


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 1: PAPERS IN THE ROUND: Families
Room: Atlantic C

Sponsor: Family

Organizer: Kristy A. Watkins, University of Michigan-Flint

Presider: Mary Ann Kanieski, Saint Mary''s College

Roundtable Title: Families

Papers:

“Coping With Intrusion on Parenting: A Qualitative Study of Atheist and Pagan Parents in the Bible Belt South,” Amy I McClure, Rollins College

“Exploring Constructions of Parental Responsibility: Preliminary Findings,” Mary Ann Kanieski, Saint Mary''s College

“Paternal Multiple Partner Fertility and Family Chaos,” Raymond E. Petren, Penn State Worthington Scranton

“Patterns of voluntary and involuntary residential mobility among low-income Latino and African American families,” Kristen Berg, Anna Maria Santiago, Leigh Taylor and Eun Lye Lee, Case Western Reserve University

“What’s Best for Baby Veronica: Differences in Mainstream Versus Native American Newspaper Portrayals,” Kathryn A. Sweeney, Rachel L. Pollack and Amanda L. Herr, Purdue University, Calumet


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 2: PAPERS IN THE ROUND: Globalization, Development, and Social Change
Room: Atlantic C

Sponsor: Global

Organizer &

Presider: Yvonne A. Braun, University of Oregon

Roundtable Title: Development

Papers:

“Alienation and Anomie at Apple, Inc. A Case Study of Foxconn Factory Workers in China,” Kevin L. Durand, University of Tennessee

“Narrowing the Global Digital Divide: A field study of One Laptop per Child (OLPC) in rural Nicaraguan schools,” Lisa Konczal, Barry University

“Rethinking women and micro-finance in Sub-Saharan Africa: A multilevel look at the relationships of gender, poverty, and participation in micro-finance,” Marissa E. P. Kaloga and Xiafei Wang, The Ohio State University College of Social Work

“Revisit the ‘Developmental State’ with Development Assemblage,” Kyunghwan Lee, University of Southern California

“Up Against the Wall: Ecotourism, Development, and Social Justice in Costa Rica,” Yvonne A. Braun and Michael C. Dreiling, University of Oregon, Matthew P. Eddy, Minot State University and David Dominguez, University of Oregon

Roundtable Title: Governance and Institutions

Papers:

“Girls’ Rights: Public and Private Interests of the “Human Rights Enterprise“,” hara bastas, LaGuardia Community College, City University of New York (CUNY)

“Institutional trust and access to rights in São Paulo, Brazil: building longitudinal analysis,” Herbert Rodrigues, University of São Paulo (USP); Center for the Study of Violence (NEV); São Paulo Research Foundation (FAPESP)

“Servant of the People or Slave to Global Finance? Unpacking the Politics of Central Banking in South Africa and Turkey in the Aftermath of the Global Financial Crisis,” Ayca Zayim, Department of Sociology, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Roundtable Title: Social Movements and Public Participation

Papers:

“Egyptian Arab Spring: A Successful Social Movement that Failed at Social Change,” Robyn D. Black, Indiana University South Bend

“Social Capital, Civic Talk and Deliberative Democracy: Explaining Public Support for Citizen Deliberation in Taiwan,” Kuo-ming Lin, Department of Sociology, National Taiwan University

“The Emergence of Neoliberalism: Crisis Management Through Counter-Revolutionary Violence,” Alessandro Morosin, UC Riverside

“The question of participation: The Internet and social movement action,” Afife Idil Akin, SUNY at Stony Brook


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 3: PAPERS IN THE ROUND: Inequalities in Institutions-Global
Room: Atlantic C

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizers: David G. Embrick, Loyola University-Chicago
Bandana Purkayastha, University of Connecticut

Presider: Michael Dziesinski, University of Hawaii

Roundtable Title: Inequalities in Institutions-Global I

Papers:

“Navigating Work: An Examination of how Asian Americans Play the Institutional Game,” Hyein Lee, The Graduate Center - CUNY

“The need to Unveil,” Aderibigbe K. Adesiyan, Education

“Why We Give: Reasons for Contributing to Disaster Relief,” Samantha Penta, Mary Nelan and Tricia Wachtendorf, University of Delaware

Roundtable Title: Inequalities in Institutions-Global II

Papers:

“Cool Vocations: Training Outcomes for Skilled Entry-level Animators in Cool Japan’s Creative Industry,” Michael Dziesinski, University of Hawaii

“For the Love of the Job’: Negotiating a Management Identity in the Retail Sector,” Ilana Demantas, University of Kansas

“Too Legit to Quit? The Iron Cage and ECE Workforce Development,” Kimberly D. Lucas, Brandeis University

“Trend of Occupational Segregation and Inequality by Race in the U.S., 2000 to 2012,” Xinyuan X.Z. Zou, Texas A&M University


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 4: CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Reflections from the Field of Community-Based Research
Room: Atlantic D

Sponsors: Community Research and Development
Institutional Ethnography

Organizers: Amie Thurber, Vanderbilt University
Alison Fisher, York University

Presiders: Alison Fisher, York University
Amie Thurber, Vanderbilt University

Description:  There is an increasing call for researchers to meaningfully partner with those directly affected by social problems in shaping inquiry, designing research, collecting data, analyzing and interpreting results, and informing dissemination. Researchers committed to community based and participatory action research models often work in partnership to support and contribute to local community organizing efforts, base building and social change. Through these models, research and community teams must navigate the powerful, inspiring and often treacherous terrain of fieldwork together. This critical dialogue session invites participants to share best practices and consider the challenges in confronting relationships of power and inequality within community based and participatory action research projects. Topics could include - but are not limited to – researcher experiences with hierarchal power relations between researchers and community members, or within research teams; the interpretative process involved in knowledge production; the role of emotions in research; reflexivity and reflective practices.​

Papers:

“(Re)negotiating power and challenging white supremacy?: Reflections form a racial-justice youth participatory action research project.,” Leah Marion Roberts, Vanderbilt University

“Confronting Constrained Participation in Participatory Research,” Amie Thurber, Vanderbilt University

“Doing interviewing: The local production of interview content and form in peer-interviews,” Abby I. Templer Rodrigues, University of Massachusetts, Amherst

“Exploring the Challenges of Publishing Community-Based Research,” Charlotte Ryan, UMASS - Lowell, Movement and Media Research Action Project

“Right here in River City: Two Decades of Applied Sociology at a University-Based Research Center.,” Jeffry A. Will, University of North Florida Center for Community Initiatives

“Stories for Empowerment: Giving Voice to Environmental Justice Through Community Based Research.,” Erin E. Robinson, Canisius College, Erin Heaney, Clean Air Coalition of WNY and William Siegner, Canisius College

“The Sociologist as Curator: Reflections on an Organic Public Sociology Project,” Robert Nonomura, University of Western Ontario

“Waste Yute, Mandom and everything in between: what we can learn from the participation of Justice- Involved Youth as researchers,” Alison Fisher, York University


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

THEMATIC

Session 5: Knowledge, Power, & the Politics of Reality: Critical Studies of Global Encounters
Room: Atlantic E

Sponsor: Social Problems Theory

Organizer &

Presider: Jared DelRosso, University of Denver

Papers:

“C. Wright Mills and the Situation in Cuba: Research Then and Now,” A. Javier Trevino, Wheaton College (MA)

“Jewish Tourism to the Palestinian Territories and its Effects on Diaspora Identities and Politics,” Emily Schneider, University of California, Santa Barbara, Winner of the Global Division/Critical Sociology Student Paper Competition

“Violence & the Visual Encounter: Tourist Behavior at Tuol Sleng Genocide Museum,” Jared DelRosso, University of Denver

“Chinese Maternity Tourists in the ”Anchor Baby” Debate: Disdain and Racialized Conditional Acceptance of Non-citizen Reproduction,” Cassaundra Rodriguez, University of Massachusetts

“Returning from Iraq: The Roads Away from Memory and Melancholia,” Derek W. Morris, University of Oklahoma


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

THEMATIC

Session 6: Diaspora, Othering, and/or Racialization
Room: Adriatic

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizers: David G. Embrick, Loyola University-Chicago
Bandana Purkayastha, University of Connecticut

Presider: Bhoomi K. Thakore, Northwestern University

Papers:

“DIASPORIC FICTION: PROJECT OF EMPIRE
AND CONSOLIDATION OF THE NATION-STATE,” Roksana Badruddoja, Manhattan College

“Interpersonal Relationships among Nigerians, African Americans and Jamaicans in Houston, Texas,” Caralee Georgianna Jones, Indiana University, Bloomington

“Postcolonial debate and refusal to think of the Others. The Congolese (RDC) diaspora in the former colonial metropole.,” Sarah Demart, CEDEM, University of Liege

“Racism in Brazil: Echoes of Colonialism in The Discursive Memory Functioning,” Helio De Oliveira, FAPESP, University of Campinas, Brazil

“Transmediality and Radical Otherness,” Alexander I Stingl, Drexel U and Sabrina M. Weiss, Rochester Institute of Technology


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 7: Nonprofits and the Welfare State
Room: Aegean

Sponsor: Sociology and Social Welfare

Organizer, Presider &

Discussant: Heather MacIndoe, University of Massachusetts

Papers:

“For Profits Cost More, Profit More, But Provide Lower Quality Than Non-prot Home Health Agencies,” William Cabin, Temple University School of Social Work

“In the Shell of the Old (Discourses): Challenging the Neoliberal Response to Welfare in Late Modernity,” Jordan E. Mazurek, Eastern Kentucky University

“Tracing Virtual Advocacy for Welfare Programs and Policies,” Anne Statham and Samantha Church, University of Southern Indiana and Teresa M. Reinders, University of Wisconsin Parkside

“What Does It Take? Founding and Surviving as Nonprofit Human Service Organizations in a Poor Neighborhood,” Sara E. Pilgreen, University of California, Los Angeles


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 8: Education, Practices, Access, Outcomes
Room: Baltic

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizers: David G. Embrick, Loyola University-Chicago
Bandana Purkayastha, University of Connecticut

Presider: Melinda McCormick, Western Michigan University

Papers:

“Contextualizing Student Diversity: Structural Factors Influencing Classroom Composition,” Katherine Lyon and Neil Guppy, University of British Columbia

“Leadership Development Workshop: Getting Your Sociology or Interdisciplinary Program Accredited by CAPACS (the Commission on the Accreditation of Programs in Applied and Clinical Sociology),” Michael Fleischer, Commission on the Accreditation of Programs in Applied and Clinical Sociology and Sheila M. Katz, University of Houston

“Lower Returns or Poor Composition? The Interaction between Parental Socioeconomic Status and Migration Background in Germany,” Taylan Acar, University of Wisconsin-Madison

“The Social Base of Philanthropic Fundraising in Higher Education: How Frames and Identity Mater?” Noah D. Drezner, Teachers College, Columbia University

“Women’s persistence into Graduate Astronomy Programs: The roles of support, interest, and capital,” Melinda McCormick, Western Michigan University, Ramon S. Barthelemy, University of Jyväskylä, Finland and Charles Henderson, Western Michigan University


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

SPECIAL

Session 9: Connor Sparrowhawk: Reflections on the Rights of Disabled Individuals in Institutions
Room: Bering

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizers: Bandana Purkayastha, University of Connecticut
Nancy J. Mezey, Monmouth University
Mark Sherry, University of Toledo

Presider &

Discussant: Nancy J. Mezey, Monmouth University

Description:  A follow-up discussion to the SSSP's 2014 Resolution about the death of Connor Sparrowhawk in institutional care. Panelists include Connor Sparrowhawk's mother, Sara Ryan, as well as experts in institutional care and disabilities studies.

Panelists:

Mark Sherry, University of Toledo

Sara Ryan, University of Oxford

Laura Mauldin, University of Connecticut

Valerie Leiter, Simmons College


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 10: Law, Conflict, and Social Change
Room: Pacific 1

Sponsors: Conflict, Social Action, and Change
Law and Society

Organizer &

Presider: Jay Borchert, University of Michigan

Papers:

“Bounded Partisanship: An Institutional and Discursive Examination of U.S. State Implementation of the Affordable Care Act,” Eric L. Wright and Michael Vasseur, Indiana University

“Jurors’ Subjective Experiences of Deliberations: The Tangled Nature of Status Characteristics,” Alix Winter and Matthew Clair, Harvard University

“Meaning through Movement: Frames, Understandings, and Transformations in a Revolutionary Egypt,” Zachary M. Wilmot, Brown University

“Performing Reform: The dual function of “good citizen“ narratives in faith based community organizing for felon rights,” Quintin A. Williams, Loyola University Chicago

“When Do Courts Protect Workers?: Handling Dismissal Grievances Under Socialism and Neoliberalism in Chile,” Cesar F. Rosado Marzan, IIT-Chicago, Kent College of Law


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

THEMATIC

Session 11: Unmasking Inequalities in Aging
Room: Pacific 2

Sponsor: Youth, Aging, and the Life Course

Organizer &

Presider: Andrew S. London, Syracuse University

Papers:

“Aging in Place within Fairfax: The Lived Experience of Neighborhood Transition,” Kaitlyn Barnes, Case Western Reserve University

“Own Gender, Sibling’s Gender, Parent’s Gender: The Division of Elderly Parent Care among Adult Children,” Angelina Grigoryeva, Princeton University, Co-Winner of the Youth, Aging, and the Life Course Division’s Student Paper Competition

“Military service and mortality risk across the life course: Are there differences by race?” Scott Landes, University of North Florida

“The Multigenerational Effects of Socioeconomic Status on Mortality,” Joseph D. Wolfe and Shawn Bauldry, University of Alabama at Birmingham, Eliza K. Pavalko, Indiana University and Melissa A. Hardy, Pennsylvania State University

“The Benefits of Educational Attainment for U.S. Adult Mortality: Are they Contingent on the Broader Environment?” Jennifer Karas Montez, Syracuse University and Kaitlyn Barnes, Case Western Reserve University


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

THEMATIC

Session 12: Removing the Mask: Decoloniality in the 21st Century
Room: Pacific 3

Sponsor: Racial and Ethnic Minorities

Organizers: Melissa F. Weiner, College of the Holy Cross
Antonio Carmona Baez, University of Puerto Rico at Bayamón

Presiders: Antonio Carmona Baez, University of Puerto Rico at Bayamón
Melissa F. Weiner, College of the Holy Cross

Papers:

“Colonizing the Family: International and Transracial Adoption as a Neocolonial Enterprise,” Devon R. Goss and Matthew W. Hughey, University of Connecticut

“Frantz Fanon on the Question of Political Solidarity,” Anuja Bose, UCLA

“Re-imagining French-Algerian Relations: Art Practices, Institutions and the International,” Laurie Benson, King's College London, Department of War Studies

“The Logic of Coloniality in Action: Global Financialization and Latin America’s Long Downturn,” Roberto José Ortiz, Binghamton University - SUNY

“The misrepresentation of Islam and Muslims in school history books,” Abdellatif Al Sager, PhD Candidate


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

THEMATIC

Session 13: Intersectionality and Health
Room: Black Sea

Sponsor: Health, Health Policy, and Health Services

Organizer, Presider &

Discussant: Teresa L. Scheid, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

Papers:

“A Critical Inquiry of Breastfeeding Attitudes, Barriers and Experiences among African American Women,” Rebecca Reno, Sheila Barnhart and Patricia Temple Gabbe, The Ohio State University

“Do Personal Characteristics Matter When Receiving a Chronic Pain Diagnosis?” Holly T. Renzhofer Pappada, Case Western Reserve University

“The Effect of Inequality on Health and Health Care Seeking Following Intimate Partner Violence Victimization,” Bethany M. Coston, Albion College

“Mixed Methods Health Research at the Intersections: A Case Study of Gay Men’s Sexual Health Research,” Daniel Grace, University of Toronto, Dalla Lana School of Public Health and Mark Gilbert, Ontario HIV Treatment Network


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Accessibility Committee, 2014-15
Room: Atlantic C


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Committee on Committees, 2014-15 & 2015-16
Room: Atlantic C


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Council of Division Chairpersons, 2014-15 & 2015-16
Room: Caribbean/Caspian


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Justice 21 Committee, 2014-15 (Open Meeting)
Room: Atlantic C


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Thomas C. Hood Social Action Award Committee, 2014-15
Room: Atlantic C


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 14: CRITICAL DIALOGUE: New Directions in Community Research: Heterogeneity in Race, Gender, Class, and Migration
Room: Atlantic D

Sponsors: Community Research and Development
Educational Problems

Organizer &

Presider: Rahim Kurwa, UCLA Department of Sociology

Description:  This critical dialogue explores new work relevant to community research. It focuses on work that problematizes simplistic notions of social categories and peels back layers of experience within groups. This focus on heterogeneity is applied to issues of race, class, gender, and migration.

Papers:

“Acculturation strategies of the -0.5 generation: The multifaceted identity of Pakistani graduate students navigating US culture,” Maheen Haider, Boston College

“Gendered Space in the Informal Economy,” Jenny Lendrum, Wayne State University

“Racial and Ethnic Differences in Housing Quality of Public Housing Units in New York City,” Duygu Basaran Sahin, The Graduate Center, City University of New York

“Shades of Grey: The Layered Experience of Blackness in New York City 2000-2010,” Samantha Saghera, The Graduate Center at CUNY and Vilna Bashi Treitler, The Graduate Center and Baruch College at CUNY

“The Waxing and Waning of Hispanic Identity in New York City: An Argument for Place-Based Analyses of Panethnicity,” Samantha Saghera, The Graduate Center at CUNY

“Underemployment and Social Class among Recent College Graduates,” Kody Steffy, Indiana University


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 15: CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Constructionist Futures: New Directions in Social Problems Theory
Room: Atlantic E

Sponsor: Social Problems Theory

Organizers: Donileen R. Loseke, University of South Florida
Joel Best, University of Delaware

Presider: Donileen R. Loseke, University of South Florida

Papers:

“Bringing Historical Dimensions into the Study of Social Problems: The Social Construction of Authority,” Frank Furedi, University of Kent

“Constructing Crime in a Database: Big Data and the Mangle of Social Problems Work,” Carrie B. Sanders, Wilfrid Laurier University, Canada and Antony Christensen, Wilfred Laurier U., Canada

“On-Line Claims-Making: The NRA and Gun Advocacy in Cyberspace,” R.J. Maratea, New Mexico State University

“Social Workers and the Sociological Sense of Social Problems: Balancing Objectivism, Subjectivism and Social Construction,” Maria Appel Nissen, Aalborg University

“Towards a Theory of Interest Claims in Constructing Social Problems,” Patrick Archer, St. Ambrose University


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 16: Race, Class, and Gender in Sport
Room: Adriatic

Sponsor: Sport, Leisure, and the Body

Organizer &

Presider: Kylie Parrotta, Delaware State University

Papers:

“Examining Race, Class and Gender Through the Sociological History of Baseball,” Ronald C. Kramer, Western Michigan University

“Gendered Organizational Change in Women’s Professional Soccer,” Rachel Allison, Mississippi State University

“Online and On Trail Community-Building: The Case of Young Mountain Bikers,” Karen M. McCormack, Wheaton College

“Racial Discrimination and black coaches in the NBA,” Jermaine H. Cathcart, University of California, Riverside


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 17: Changing Issues in Families: Sexualities, Health, Gender, Race
Room: Aegean

Sponsors: Family
Sexual Behavior, Politics, and Communities

Organizer &

Presider: Cheryl Boudreaux, Grand Valley State University

Papers:

“Emerging Sexuality Research in Family Studies in the Era of “Same Love“.,” Cheryl Boudreaux, Grand Valley State University

“Masculinity post the 2008 recession: Using ”the Higher Power” to understand new roles at home,” Ilana Demantas, University of Kansas and Kristen Myers, Northern Illinois University

“Societal Stability and Fertility Outcomes in Post-9/11 New York State,” Heather Champeau, University of Colorado, Boulder

“The Health of Individuals in Interracial Relationships: Using Multiple Measures of Health,” Amy Irby-Shasanmi, Indiana University

“”I didn’t give her a choice. Sorry! She’s 13. It’s my decision”: The HPV vaccine and Relational Constructions of Motherhood, Teen Sexuality, and Fatherhood,” Katelin Albert, University of Toronto


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 18: Race, Class, Gender, and Mental Health
Room: Baltic

Sponsor: Society and Mental Health

Organizer &

Presider: Jason N. Houle, Dartmouth College

Papers:

“Combatting Minority Stress among Black College Students from an African-centered Psychological Perspective,” Ebony N. Russ, M.A., M.S., Donnesha Gibson, Charnel Hollier and Kamilah Woodson, Howard University

“Dealing with the Ambiguity: The Significance of Ambiguous Discrimination Stress for the Mental Health of Black Americans,” Courtney S. Thomas, University of Kentucky

“HARMFUL USES OF RACIAL AND GENDER FRAMES AND THE COGNITIVE CONSEQUENCES AMONG EMPLOYED MEN AND WOMEN IN DETROIT,” Douglas A. Parker, California State University, Long Beach, Autumn D. McClellan, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill and Rodney D. Coates, Miami University of Ohio

“Physical-Psychiatric Comorbidity: Patterns and Explanations for Racial and Ethnic Group Differences,” Christy L. Erving, University of Wisconsin, Madison

“The Other Subject of Mental Health. A Theoretical Exploration of the Underrepresentation of Migrant Muslims with Mental Health Issues in Belgium.,” Elise Rondelez, Ghent University Department of Sociology, Sarah Bracke, Ghent University Department of Sociology, Harvard Divinity School, Griet Roets, Ghent University Department of Social Welfare Studies and Piet Bracke, Ghent University Department of Sociology


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

SPECIAL

Session 19: Human Rights, Human Dignity: Conversations on Claiming Human Rights
Room: Bering

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizer &

Presider: Bandana Purkayastha, University of Connecticut

Description:  International conversation on human rights and human dignity.

Papers:

“In Search of Success: Education, Work Prospects, and Urban Youth in the US,” Ranita Ray, University of Nevada-Las Vegas

“Human Rights Enterprise,” William T. Armaline, San Jose State University and Davita Silfen Glasberg, University of Connecticut

“Rights of Sexual Minorities, Reflections on the Rights of Indians and Indian Americans,” Shweta Majumdar Adur, California State Fullerton

“Gendered Rights and Dignity: A Reflection on Widowed Farmers in India,” Anurekha Chari Wagh, Savitribai Phule Pune University (India)

“Disciplining Greece: The Coming of Age of the Neoliberal Crisis Management Regime,” Steven Panageotou, University of Tennessee-Knoxville


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 20: Deconstructing Privilege to Encourage Social Action
Room: Pacific 1

Sponsor: Conflict, Social Action, and Change

Organizer &

Presider: Matthew E. Wilkinson, Coastal Carolina University

Papers:

““Shifting the Power“: Youth Activists Reframing the Contemporary Immigrant Rights Debates,” Emily R. Cabaniss, Sam Houston State University

“#Gamergate: Hegemonic Masculinity within Online Social Movements,” Julie Schweitzer and Destinee B. McCollum, Oklahoma State University

“Antiracist Allies or White Noise: Are White Working-Class Women Racial Progressives?” Kasey Henricks, American Bar Foundation and Loyola University, Chicago, Leighton Kenji Vila, Virginia Tech and Louise Seamster, Duke University

“Facing Realities in Society: Students’ Responses to Witnessing Inequalities among the Homeless, Immigrants, and MIgrant Farm Workers,” Heather R. Rodriguez, Central Connecticut State University and Tierra Ruffin, Indiana Wesleyan University

“What do student teaching evaluations tell us about teaching effectiveness, race, and gender?” Chavella T. Pittman, Dominican University


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 21: Life Course and Crime
Room: Pacific 2

Sponsors: Crime and Juvenile Delinquency
Youth, Aging, and the Life Course

Organizer &

Presider: Kelley J. Sittner Hartshorn, Oklahoma State University

Papers:

“Examining the Mechanisms Linking Female Caretaker Stress Exposure to Delinquency among North American Indigenous Adolescents,” Dane Steven Hautala, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

“The Intergenerational Transmission of Disadvantage: How Paternal Incarceration Affects Young Adults in the U.S.,” Jerrett Jones, University of Wisconsin-Madison

“Effect of Marriage and Employment on Desistance: The Influence of Race,” Nicole Shoenberger, Penn State University Erie, The Behrend College

“Closing The Revolving Door: Factors Influencing Recidivism in a Midwest County Jail,” Brooke M. Wagner, Wittenberg University

“The Reintegration of Ex-Offenders in Switzerland – The Role of Relationship Quality in the Desistance Process,” Franz Zahradnik, University of Zurich (UZH), Switzerland


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 22: Law on the Margins
Room: Pacific 3

Sponsor: Law and Society

Organizer &

Presider: Sindiso Mnisi Weeks, University of Massachusetts Boston

Papers:

“Differences in the Responses of Montana and Minnesota to Requests from American Indian Tribes for Remedies to Vote Denial,” Moana J. Vercoe, Success in Challenges and Sovathana Sokhom, Cal State Dominguez Hills

“Effecting Real Change in Prisoner Reintegration: A Challenge to Prevailing Assumptions in Research and the Public Sphere,” Marina Bell, University of California, Irvine; Department of Criminology, Law & Society

“Many Men Are Good Judges in Their Own Case: Restorative Justice, Adversarial Criminal Procedures, and the Nemo Iudex Principle,” Jennifer M. Page, Harvard University

“The Quandary of Local Immigration Enforcement,” Molly George, California Lutheran University

“”’I’m Only Allotted So Many Things’: The Place of Legality in Narratives about Criminal Record-Related Challenges,” Simone Ispa-Landa, Northwestern University and Charles Loeffler, University of Pennsylvania


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 23: Place, Space, and Environmental Justice
Room: Black Sea

Sponsor: Environment and Technology

Organizers: Andrew J. Prelog, Sam Houston State University
Clare Cannon, Tulane University

Presider: Clare Cannon, Tulane University

Papers:

“Archipelagic Response to Environmental Issues: Politics and Place in the Hawai’i Islands,” Marina Karides, Lindy Hern and Remi McKay, University of Hawaii at Hilo and Sarah Haas, University of Hawai'i at Hilo

“Contexts of Reception, Post-Disaster Migration, and Socioeconomic Mobility,” Asad L. Asad, Harvard University

“Food Tourism, Heritage Wars and the Politics of Place on Long Island’s Gentrifying Seacoast,” Steve Lang, LaGuardia Community College at CUNY

“Revealing and mediating estranged allies: Urban Political Ecology and Environmental Justice,” Bradford M. Powers, Tulane University


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 10:30 AM - 2:10 PM

Editorial and Publications Committee 2014-15 & 2015-16
Room: Mediterranean


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Lee Founders Award Committee, 2014-15
Room: Atlantic C


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Lee Student Support Fund Committee, 2014-15
Room: Atlantic C


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Nominations Committee, 2014-15 (Closed Meeting)
Room: Filini-Hotel Restaurant


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Program Chair(s), 2014-15 & 2015-16 (Closed Meeting)
Room: Filini-Hotel Restaurant


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Transnational Initiatives Committee, 2014-15
Room: Caribbean/Caspian


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Conflict, Social Action, and Change
Room: Atlantic C


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Disability
Room: Atlantic C


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Global
Room: Atlantic C


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Society and Mental Health
Room: Atlantic C


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Youth, Aging, and the Life Course
Room: Atlantic C


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 24: CRITICAL DIALOGUE: The Social Organization of Race, Class, Gender, and other Relations of Ruling
Room: Atlantic D

Sponsor: Institutional Ethnography

Organizer &

Presider: Elizabeth Brule, York University

Papers:

“Disciplining the disciplinarian: An examination of correctional officer training,” Amy Lynn Klassen, University of Toronto

“Mutually established exclusion: Opting out of institutional health care,” Rebecca Hughes, University of Toronto

“Rethinking antiracist feminist praxis through institutional ethnography and an interlocking analysis of racialized, gendered, and classed oppression,” Sobia Shaheen Shaikh, School of Social Work, Memorial University

“Time well spent: Youth experiences of schooling in jail,” Jessica Braimoh, McMaster University and Naomi Nichols, York University

“Torn between the Evil Spirit and the State,” Frank T.Y. Wang, National Chengchi University, Taipie, Taiwan

“Turning the Screw of Interpretation on the Archive,” Karida L. Brown, Brown University

“What Do White Women’s Experiences of the Dust Bowl Tell Us about Inequality and Privilege?” Christina D. Weber, North Dakota State University

“my job is defined by my visa…”: Paid and Unpaid Labor in Families of Skilled Migrants,” Pallavi Banerjee, Vanderbilt University


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 25: CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Constructionist Futures: New Directions in Social Problems Theory II
Room: Atlantic E

Sponsor: Social Problems Theory

Organizers: Joel Best, University of Delaware
Donileen R. Loseke, University of South Florida

Presider: Joel Best, University of Delaware

Papers:

“Claims-Makers vs. Non-Issue Makers: Media and the Social Construction of the Motorcycle Ban Problems in China,” Jianhua Xu, University Macau, China

“Claims-making and Human Rights in Domestic and International Spheres,” Jun Ayukawa, Kwansei Gakuin University

“Constructionism and the Textuality of Social Problems,” Jared DelRosso, University of Denver and Jennifer Esala, Center for Victims of Torture

“Contextualizing Understanding in Constructionism: A Holistic, Dialogical Model,” Lawrence T. Nichols, West Virginia University

“Social Constructionism Turned into Human Service Work,” Margarita Jarvinen, University of Copenhagen and Gale Miller, Marquette U.


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 26: Masculinit(ies) and Femininit(ies)
Room: Adriatic

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizers: David G. Embrick, Loyola University-Chicago
Bandana Purkayastha, University of Connecticut

Presider: Jessica Greenebaum, Central Connecticut State University

Papers:

“Animals, Masculinity, and Environmental Concern,” Carmel E. Price, University of Michigan, Dearborn

“Courage as a Gendered Narrative,” Amir B. Marvasti, Penn State, Altoona

“Mexican American Gender Dynamics and Candle Magic,” Ramon Guerra, University of Texas--Pan American

“Mothering In An Era Of Choice: The Logic Of Mothering Through Schooling,” Mahala Dyer Stewart, University of Massachusetts Amherst

“Vegan Men: Resisting or Reclaiming Masculinity?” Jessica Greenebaum and Brandon Dexter, Central Connecticut State University


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 27: Work, School, and Inequality for People of Color
Room: Aegean

Sponsors: Family
Labor Studies

Organizer &

Presider: Mark Sherry, University of Toledo

Papers:

“Dealing with Teaching Evaluations: Writing YOUR narrative,” Chavella T. Pittman, Dominican University and Katy M. Pinto, California State University, Dominguez Hills

“Fighting for the whole person: worker center members’ organizing for full rights,” Jessica Dianne Cook, University of Illinois at Chicago

“Latino/A Choices about Higher Education,” Mara Martinez, University of Toledo

“Racialization of Middle School Latino Students,” Carolina Calvillo, University of Illinois at Chicago

“Underpaid and Over My Head in Debt: Latina/o and Black Millennials’ Labor Market Experiences,” Charlene Cruz-Cerdas, University of Pennsylvania; Dartmouth College


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 28: Reefer Nation? Trends in Marijuana Laws and Use
Room: Baltic

Sponsors: Drinking and Drugs
Law and Society

Organizer &

Presider: Stephen E. Lankenau, Drexel University

Papers:

“Green Light, Shifting Shadows: Snapshots of Marijuana and Race in Michigan,” Juliette Roddy, University of Michigan-Dearborn and Paul J. Draus, University of Michigan, Dearborn

“Managing Marijuana Use: Baby Boomers, Normification, Normalization and Stigma,” Sheigla Murphy, Nicholas Lau and Paloma Sales, Institute for Scientific Analysis

“Marijuana Use among Young Adults: Qualitative Differences between Medical and Non-Medical Users,” Stephen E. Lankenau, Avat Kioumarsi, Megan Reed, Janna Ataiants, Erin Leaver-Schmidt and Omoyemi Idowu, Drexel University, Carolyn Wong and Ellen Iverson, Children's Hospital Los Angeles

“Negotiating the Terms of Surrender: Legalizing Marijuana,” Wendy L. Chapkis, University of Southern Maine

“War and Pot: Marijuana Legalization and the Liminality of Deregulation,” Alex I. Thompson, University of Colorado, Boulder


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 29: The Impact of Social Welfare Policy on Race, Class, and Gender Disparities
Room: Bering

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

Organizer &

Presider: Joyce Bialik, Touro College Graduate School of Social Work

Papers:

“Getting Ahead: Socio-economic Mobility, Perceptions of Socio-economic Mobility, and Support for Public Assistance in the United States,” Alissa Klein, University of South Florida

““Manning Up“ to be a Good Father: Utilizing Masculinity to Shape Paternal Behavior through Responsible Fatherhood Policy,” Jennifer M. Randles, California State University, Fresno

“Life Course Perspective on coping strategies of welfare recipients responding to welfare reform policies in the State of Wisconsin between 1997 and 2000,” Teresa M. Reinders, University of Wisconsin Parkside

“Digital Cultural Health Care Capital: The emergence of a deep biodigital divide,” Alexander I Stingl, Drexel U

“An Unintended Consequence of a Social Welfare Policy: The Affordable Care Act’s Impact on the Value of Adjunct Faculty Teaching,” Patricia Lengermann and Gillian Niebrugge-Brantley, The George Washington University


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 30: Immigrant Communities
Room: Pacific 1

Sponsors: Community Research and Development
Racial and Ethnic Minorities

Organizers: Kasey Henricks, American Bar Foundation and Loyola University, Chicago
Bill Byrnes, Loyola University Chicago

Presider: Kasey Henricks, American Bar Foundation and Loyola University, Chicago

Discussant: Bill Byrnes, Loyola University Chicago

Papers:

“Illegality in the Borderlands: Citizenship, Identity, and Settlement of Return Migrants in Mexico,” Heidy Sarabia, University of Pennsylvania

“Terminal Identities: The Racial Classification of Immigrants in Early 20th-Century Death Records,” Monica McDermott, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign

“The Making of the Racial Middle: South Asians, Skin Color, and the Racial/ Ethnic Divide,” Radha Modi, University of Pennsylvania

“”Home,” Technology, and Globalized Labor: Maintaining Philippine Economic Security through ”Security”,” Emily Noelle Sanchez Ignacio, University of Washington Tacoma


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 31: Crime, Media, and Public Opinion
Room: Pacific 2

Sponsor: Crime and Juvenile Delinquency

Organizer: Kristen Budd, Miami University

Presider: Brent Teasdale, Georgia State University

Papers:

“Attributing Blame: A Content Analysis of the Media’s Portrayal of School Shootings,” Amanda M. Bunting, University of Kentucky

“Fear and False Impressions: Public Perceptions of Serial Murder,” Julie B. Wiest, West Chester University of Pennsylvania

“Slow and Unsteady: The Supreme Court, State Legislators, and Juvenile Life Without Parole,” Lindsay Morgia, University of Massachusetts Boston

“The Digital Difference: Comparing Online and Print Crime Coverage in Local News,” Brian Monahan and Chelsea C. Sheehan, Marywood University


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 32: Education as the Great Equalizer?
Room: Pacific 3

Sponsor: Educational Problems

Organizer &

Presider: Shelley M. Kimelberg, University at Buffalo, SUNY

Papers:

“Does Community College Job Placement Reduce or Reproduce Social Disadvantage?” James Rosenbaum, Chenny Ng and Caitlin Ahearn, Northwestern University

“Hidden Inequalities of Choice: What Late Registrants Tell Us About Persisting Inequalities in School Selection,” Sarah Faude, Northeastern University and Kelley Fong, Harvard University

“How Meritocracy Produces Racial Inequalities in Schooling Processes,” Chiwen Bao, Harvard University

“School Segregation and the Implementation of International Baccalaureate Diploma Program,” Kristi Lynn Donaldson, University of Notre Dame

“‘No, the Parents are Not Gonna Run This School:’ Urban Elementary School Principals and Parental Involvement,” Simone Ispa-Landa and Jordan Conwell, Northwestern University


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 33: Climate Change and Natural Resources
Room: Black Sea

Sponsor: Environment and Technology

Organizer, Presider &

Discussant: Erin E. Robinson, Canisius College

Papers:

“Aiming for zero: What makes nations adopt carbon neutral pledges?” Julia Flagg, Rutgers University

“Climate Change and Natural Resources: Can South Asia Find a Sustainable Path out of Looming Water Droughtgs?” Tarique Niazi, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire

“Managing Oil Resources & Climate Change through Fossil Fuel Divestment,” Krista Bywater, Muhlenberg College

“The Path to Disaster Resilience in the Face of Climate Change: Florida Perspectives.,” Fernando I. Rivera and Naim Kapucu, University of Central Florida


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Council of Division Chairpersons, 2014-15
Room: Caribbean/Caspian


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Open Discussion of Resolutions Proposed to the Board of Directors
Room: Caribbean/Caspian


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Revenue Generating Committee, 2014-15
Room: Mediterranean


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 34: Black Lives Matter: youth led activism that addresses racism, police violence and (in) justice in Chicago
Room: Atlantic C

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizers: Nancy J. Michaels, Roosevelt University
Julie F. Hilvers, Roosevelt University

Presiders &

Discussants: Julie F. Hilvers, Roosevelt University
Nancy J. Michaels, Roosevelt University

Description:  Black lives matter: youth led activism in Chicago and the ways in which young people are messaging about social justice issues: race, police violence, and justice in Chicago

This session will include presentations by young activists in the movements to achieve racial justice in Chicago. This session will illustrate the diverse methods used to demand justice. These include research, social media, organizing and mobilization skills, political and policy savvy, spoken word and other artistic expressions, deep understanding of the social structures that produce social inequalities. These efforts have spurred an intergenerational movement that has crossed national boundaries as in the case of "We Charge Genocide (WCG)." WCG delegates traveled to Geneva in November, 2014 to the United Nations to report on police brutality that has led to human right abuses in Chicago neighborhoods. Other organizations participating in this session, Young Chicago Authors and Kumba Lynx, will perform in this session, illustrating the power of performance art in social activism.


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 35: CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Genders, Sexualities, and Bodies
Room: Atlantic D

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

Organizer &

Presider: Kiera D. Duckworth, University at Buffalo

Papers:

““No Gender, No Sexuality: The Absence of Identity in Working with Disembodied Parts of People“,” Elroi Windsor, Salem College

“How Ethnomethodology Mediates a Path Between Gender as a Social Structure, Racialization Theory, and Queer/Poststructuralist Theories,” Sara L. Crawley, University of South Florida

“Meaning and Exchange in Sugar Arrangements,” Carmen Rowe, Boston University

“Redefining Gender: A contextual analysis of fat femininity, visibility and shame,” Amanda Levitt, Wayne State University

“Out of Sight Still in Mind: Visually Impaired Women’s Embodied Accounts of Ideal Femininity,” Tara Fannon, NUI, Galway, Winner of the Disabilities Division’s Student Paper Competition

“Where Have All the Feminists Gone?: Results from a Mixed-Methods Study of College Students’ Attitudes Toward Gender Equality,” Erin T. Maurer, CUNY Graduate Center

“Re-writing the (Gender-role) Script: The Girl Project’s Artist-Academic-Activist Collaboration,” Margaret L. McGladrey, University of Kentucky


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 36: New Research in Institutional Ethnography
Room: Atlantic E

Sponsor: Institutional Ethnography

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

Presider: Suzanne Vaughan, Arizona State University

Papers:

“IE Studies in Social Welfare: New Research on Old Research,” Paul C. Luken, University of West Georgia and Suzanne Vaughan, Arizona State University

“Doing Discourses of Recovery: An Institutional Ethnography of Addictions Counselling Recovery Work,” Emily M. Doyle, University of Calgary; Athabasca University

“An Institutional Discourse Beyond ”Wife Batters”: An Institutional Ethnographic Analysis of Men in the Batter Prevention Program,” Wen-hui Anna Tang, Sun Yat-sen University

“Criminalizing HIV transmission using model law: Troubling ”best practice” standardizations in the global HIV/AIDS response,” Daniel Grace, University of Toronto, Dalla Lana School of Public Health

“Get Me Bodied: Bringing the Body (Back) into Institutional Ethnography,” Matthew Strang, York University


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 37: Feminist Issues in the 21st Century: Change and Innovation
Room: Adriatic

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizer: Marlese Durr, Wright State University

Presider: Candice Flowers-Taylor, Wright State University

Description:  As our society speeds toward the second decade of the 21st century, what issues have, remained challenges for women, reveal need for transformation, modification, or innovations globally. These gender scholars address concerns that reflect the status of women’s societal integration vis-à-vis gender violence, the maternal wall, care work, and precarity.

Papers:

“In and Across Contexts: Persistence and Change in Addressing Gendered and Intersectional Violence,” Margaret Abraham, Holstra University

“Gender, Migration, and Transnational Identities in a Globalized World,” Mary Osirim, Bryn Mawr College

“From the Gender Revolution to the Maternal Wall?” Barbara Risman, University of Illinois, Chicago

“Intersectionality and Carework, Defining the Issues and Solutions,” Mary Romero, Arizona State University


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 38: Reproductive and Family Health
Room: Aegean

Sponsors: Family
Health, Health Policy, and Health Services

Organizer &

Presider: Jenny Lendrum, Wayne State University

Papers:

“Family Influence on Adolescent Contraceptive Use and Choice at First Sex,” Eryn Grucza Viscarra, Georgia State University

“Race-Ethnic Differences in Reproductive Knowledge in Adolescence and Contraceptive Use in Adulthood,” Karen Benjamin Guzzo and Vanessa Lang, Bowling Green State University and Sarah R. Hayford, Ohio State University

“The Pregnant Role,” Elizabeth Nalepa, Case Western Reserve University

“Not That Simple: Heterogeneity of Young Women’s Schemas Concerning Sex, Pregnancy, Parenthood, and Education,” Bo Hyeong Lee, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill

“Identifying Social Capital Indicators Among Women at High Risk for a Child Born with Fetal Alcohol Spectrum Disorders,” Sandra Lee King, Wayne State University, Sociology Department


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 39: Race, Class, Gender, and Drug Use
Room: Baltic

Sponsor: Drinking and Drugs

Organizer, Presider &

Discussant: Margaret S. Kelley, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Papers:

“Perceived Discrimination and Problem Drinking among Indigenous Adolescents,” Kelley J. Sittner Hartshorn, Oklahoma State University and Brian E. Armenta, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

“Predictors of Egocentric Network Activation in Low-Income African American Women’s Health Matters Networks,” Erin Pullen, University of Kentucky, Brea Perry, Indiana University and Carrie Oser, University of Kentucky

“The Dangers of Drug Dealing in Context: A Longitudinal Examination of Local and Regional Factors,” Patrick M. Seffrin, Marywood University

“The Relevance of Privilege to Studies of Drug Users,” Oren M. Gur, Pennsylvania State University-Abington and Peter R. Ibarra, University of Illinois at Chicago


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 40: Civil Rights, Human Rights, and Social Justice
Room: Bering

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizers: David G. Embrick, Loyola University-Chicago
Bandana Purkayastha, University of Connecticut

Presider: Matthew W. Hughey, University of Connecticut

Papers:

“From ”Right to Marry” to ”Right to Love;” Activists’ Emotional Responses Shift Collective Action Frames about Same-Sex Marriage,” Anna M. Sorensen, SUNY Potsdam

“Improving Intergroup Understanding and Social Justice Aims though Personal Narrative and Storytelling: A Review of Preliminary Data from the StoryCorps Oral History Project,” Jessica Sperling, City University of New York

“The Mosque in the U.S.: A Springboard Towards Voting Participation for Religious Muslim Americans,” Tamara van der Does, Indiana University

“The Voting Rights Act of 1965 and 1982: A Polity Centered Approach,” Brian E. Kennedy II, Brandeis University


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

SPECIAL

Session 41: Open Discussion of Resolutions Being Proposed to the Board of Directors - SPECIAL
Room: Caribbean/Caspian

Sponsor: Council of Division Chairpersons

Organizer &

Presider: Nancy J. Mezey, Monmouth 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 Nancy J. Mezey 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 21

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 42: Conflict and Social Welfare in the 21st Century: Neighborhoods, Cities, and Nations
Room: Pacific 1

Sponsors: Community Research and Development
Conflict, Social Action, and Change
Sociology and Social Welfare

Organizer &

Presider: Alissa Klein, University of South Florida

Papers:

“Debt and Success Since the 1500s,” Barbara D. Wyche, Fort Valley State University

“Government Responsiveness in Arab League Member States: A Post-Arab Spring Analysis, 1996-2013,” Christopher W. Gibson, University of California, Irvine

“Saving Children and Punishing Families: Welfare, Criminal Justice and Child Protection,” Frank Edwards, University of Washington

“When Systems Turn Deadly: Institutional Structure and Individual Agency,” Beth Roy, UC Berkeley

“The Rhetoric of Readiness: Street Worker Decision-Making Inside a Gang Violence Intervention Program,” Tony Cheng, Yale University


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 43: Law and Violence
Room: Pacific 2

Sponsors: Crime and Juvenile Delinquency
Law and Society

Organizer: Stephen J. Morewitz, CSUEB

Presider: Lloyd Klein, Hostos Community College

Papers:

“Down These Mean Streets: Assessing Police Brutality and the Impact of Race and Crime,” Lloyd Klein, Hostos Community College

“Entrails of State Making: Public Order, Policing, and Instrumental Violence in Medellín,” Jonathan S. Gordon, New York University

“Policing Poverty: An Exploratory Study of Police Misconduct Rates in 30 U.S. Cities,” Stephanie M. Baran, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

“Rape in the Military, the Article 32 and Victim Blaming,” Christina M. Miller-Bellor, Wayne State University, Delta College

“Neighborhood residential trajectories shaping childhood exposure to violence,” Anna Maria Santiago, Karen J. Ishler, Eun Lye Lee and Brenda Mathias, Case Western Reserve University


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 44: Labor and Migration in the Global Economy
Room: Pacific 3

Sponsors: Global
Labor Studies

Organizer &

Presider: Stephanie Limoncelli, Loyola Marymount University

Papers:

“Caring for the Elderly Poor: West African Immigrants and the Long-Term Care Industry in the United States,” Fumilayo Showers, Central Connecticut State University

“An Alternative Framework for Understanding Health Care Worker Migration and the Creation of an Occupational Diaspora,” Noreen M. Sugrue, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, Carole Kenner, The College of New Jersey and Dana Beth Weinberg, CUNY-Queens College

“Bodies Across Borders: Changing Patterns of Sex Trade Migration in Eurasia,” Nadia Shapkina, Kansas State University

“Gender and Work in Eastern European Countries.,” Cezara Crisan, Purdue University Calumet

“Labour Market and Workplaces Inequalities for the Case of Immigrants,” Secil Erdogan Ertorer, York University


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 45: Environmental Sociology: Politics and Policies
Room: Black Sea

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizers: David G. Embrick, Loyola University-Chicago
Bandana Purkayastha, University of Connecticut

Presider: Mary Hovsepian, Duke University

Papers:

“Environmental Problems and Unions,” Julius McGee and Richard York, University of Oregon

“Monsanto’s Biotechnology Politics: Discourses of Legitimation,” Jenna A. Lamphere, University of Tennessee, Knoxville and Elizabeth A. East, University of Tennessee

“Situating the Local in the Global: A Critical Evaluation of Non-Profit Community Development in a Rural Community,” Rhiannon Leebrick, University of Tennessee

“What the Frack?: Assessing the Social and Structural Drivers Motivating Anti- Fractivists,” Cameron T. Whitley, Michigan State University


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 4:15 PM - 6:15 PM

Board of Directors Meeting, 2014-15
Room: Caribbean/Caspian


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 4:15 PM - 6:30 PM

Session 46: African Independence Film Screening with Tukufu Zuberi
Room: Atlantic E

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizer: Marlese Durr, Wright State University

Presider: Arvind Elangovan, Wright State University

Description:  AFRICAN INDEPENDENCE is an award winning film by Dr. Tukufu Zuberi which highlights the birth and problems confronted by Africans to win independence. This story is related through the voices of freedom fighters and leaders who achieved independence, across four pivotal events—World War Two, the end of colonialism, the Cold War, and the era of African Republics. This film offers a unique perspective designed to enlighten audience’s insights about Africans into the continent’s past, present, and future. The film will be hosted by Dr. Zuberi, Lasry Family Professor of Race Relations and Professor of Sociology at the University of Pennsylvania.


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

Community Research and Development
Room: Atlantic C


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

Educational Problems
Room: Atlantic C


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

Family
Room: Atlantic C


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

Health, Health Policy, and Health Services
Room: Atlantic C


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

Poverty, Class, and Inequality
Room: Atlantic C


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

Racial and Ethnic Minorities
Room: Atlantic C


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

Sexual Behavior, Politics, and Communities
Room: Atlantic C


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

Sociology and Social Welfare
Room: Atlantic C


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

Sport, Leisure, and the Body
Room: Atlantic C


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

Teaching Social Problems
Room: Atlantic C


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

Session 47: CRITICAL DIALOGUE: 25 Years after the Americans with Disabilities Act
Room: Atlantic D

Sponsor: Disability

Organizer &

Presider: Ashley Volion, University of Illinois, Chicago

Papers:

“Constructing Infertility as a Disability: Legal Definitions and Legal Scholar’s Narratives,” Elizabeth A. Sternke, University of Puerto Rico, Medical Sciences Campus and Kathleen Abrahamson, Purdue University

“Dis/ability After the ADA,” Ryan C. Parrey, SDS Affiliated Scholar, University of Buffalo Center for Disability Studies

“Disability, Disclosure, and Work: examining the influence of anti-discrimination legislation in employment decisions.,” Sarah Parker Harris and Robert Gould, University of Illinois-Chicago

“Intersectional Identities and the Legal Construction of Fat and Disability,” Katie Warden, University of Oregon


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

Session 48: Race, Class, and Reproductive Justice
Room: Adriatic

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizer: France Winddance Twine, University of California - Santa Barbara

Presiders: France Winddance Twine, University of California - Santa Barbara
Zakiya Luna, University of California - Santa Barbara

Papers:

“(Re)Centering Reproductive Justice in the Chicago Abortion Fund,” Nancy A. Matthews, Northeastern Illinois University, Sekile Nzinga-Johnson, University of Illinois Chicago and Brittany Mostiller-Keith, Chicago Abortion Fund

“Racializing the Uterus: Fibroids, Hysterectomy and Reproductive Justice,” Elizabeth B. Erbaugh, Stockton University and Dionne Bensonsmith, Claremont Colleges

“Birthing on the Color Line: How Race and Class Shape the Birthing Rights Movements,” Katharine McCabe, University of Illinois at Chicago

“Beyond Organic Kale Chips and Water Birth: Foodies, Birthies and Social Justice Movements“,” Barbara Katz Rothman, City University of New York

“”All the Same Thing:” Towards a Re-articulation of Sexuality’s Reproductive Politics and Reproduction’s Sexual Politics,” Karen M. Booth, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

Session 49: Violence and Peace
Room: Aegean

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizers: David G. Embrick, Loyola University-Chicago
Bandana Purkayastha, University of Connecticut

Presider: Diana Therese Veloso, De La Salle University

Papers:

“Accounting for Trauma: Ghanaian and South African Women’s Accounts of Rape,” C. Shawn McGuffey, Boston College

“Gender-Based Violence in Times of Conflict: Perspectives of the Zamboanga Siege Evacuees,” Diana Therese Veloso, De La Salle University

“Men as Perpetrators and Victims: Using prison rape culture to understand male-on-male sexual assault in the U.S. military,” Nijinsky Dix, University of Illinois-Chicago

“Rape Culture During Peace and Conflict: Examining Sexual Violence on College Campuses and During War,” Laura A. Martin, The New School For Social Research

“Safe Distances and Unbearable Closeness: Identification, Perception and Cliché in Representations of Violence Against Women in Canada,” Caitlin A. Janzen, York University


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

Session 50: Emerging Trends in Substance Use
Room: Baltic

Sponsor: Drinking and Drugs

Organizer &

Presider: Ellen Benoit, National Development and Research Institutes

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

Papers:

“Dating Violence and Substance Use: The Moderating Influence of Social Support,” Jason Ford, University of Central Florida and Lindsey Blumenstein, University of Alaska, Anchorage

“Emerging Adults: Impact of Medical Marijuana Legalization on Norms, Attitudes, and Behaviors,” Aukje Lamonica, Southern Connecticut State University and Miriam Boeri, Bentley University

“Blurred Boundaries and Perplexing Policy: The Medical Marijuana Dilemma,” Miriam Boeri, Bentley University, Aukje Lamonica, Southern Connecticut State University and Timothy Anderson, Bentley University

“Bath Salts Markets and Use Patterns in Four U.S. Cities,” Ellen Benoit, National Development and Research Institutes


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

SPECIAL

Session 51: The Academic Job Market
Room: Bering

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizer &

Presider: David G. Embrick, Loyola University-Chicago

Description:  This special session is geared for early assistant professors and graduate students who want advice about the dos and do nots of the current sociology job market. Panelists are well-respected sociology department chairs with significant experience in hiring in academia.

Panelists:

Leslie Hossfeld, Mississippi State University

Davita Silfen Glasberg, University of Connecticut

Alford Young, Jr., University of Michigan


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

Session 52: Environmental Justice: Conflict, Communities, and Collective (In)Action
Room: Pacific 1

Sponsors: Conflict, Social Action, and Change
Environment and Technology

Organizer &

Presider: Marko Salvaggio, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Papers:

“Prioritizing Environmental Justice Communities for Sea Level Rise Remediation,” Victor W. Perez, University of Delaware

“Conflicted Calculations: Climate Change and the Mapping and Pricing of Flood Risk in New York City,” Rebecca Elliott, University of California, Berkeley

“Opportunities for Common Ground: Pipeline Fights and Discourse Shifts,” Angie Carter and Ahna Kruzic, Iowa State University

“”Not in Our Town”; The Fight for Access to Clean Water and Soil in Kalamazoo, MI.,” Karolina Staros, Western Michigan University

“‘We are not retarded’: Explaining Collective Inaction in a Company Town,” Pamela Neumann, University of Texas at Austin, Winner of the Conflict, Social Action, and Change Division’s Student Paper Competition


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

Session 53: Law and Violence II
Room: Pacific 2

Sponsors: Crime and Juvenile Delinquency
Law and Society

Organizer: Stephen J. Morewitz, CSUEB

Presider: Lloyd Klein, Hostos Community College

Papers:

“Accounting for Actions: Techniques of Neutralization and Identity Work Among Genocide Perpetrators,” Emily Philipp, Boston University, Emily Schulz, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee, Hollie Nyseth Brehm, The Ohio State University and Christopher Uggen, University of Minnesota

“Contexualizing Terrorism in China: An Analysis of Media Discourses on the 3.01 Kunming Terrorist Attack,” Ziqiang Han, Institute for Disaster Management and Reconstruction, Sichuan University-Hong Kong Polytechnic University and Kai Lin, Department of Sociology and Criminal Justice, University of Delaware

“Domestic Violence Court Judges Granting Petitioners’ Requests for Restraining Orders to Protect the Petitioners’ Dependents,” Stephen J. Morewitz, CSUEB

“Masculinity and Escalation: Cultural Contributions to School and Police Violence,” Daniel M. Kimmel, Yeshiva University

“The Relationship Between Inward and Outward Experiences of Faith and Perpetration of Intimate Partner Violence,” Abigail M. Malick, University of Central Florida


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

Session 54: Labor Activism and Unions in Global Perspective
Room: Pacific 3

Sponsors: Global
Labor Studies

Organizer &

Presider: Stephanie Limoncelli, Loyola Marymount University

Discussant: Daisy Rooks, University of Montana

Papers:

“Documenting Labor: NGOs, the Informal Economy and Neoliberalism in India,” Natascia Boeri, Graduate Center, CUNY

“Labor’s Legitimacy: Visibility, Consonance, and Dissonance of the Employee Free Choice Act in major Newspapers,” Ted Brimeyer, Georgia Southern University, R. Jolene Bryne, Armstrong State University and Eric O. Silva, Georgia Southern University

“Farm to Factory: The Making of Precarious Unionized Labor,” Ruben Espinoza, University of California, Santa Cruz, Honorable Mention of the Labor Studies Division’s Student Paper Competition

“When Neoliberalism Was Almost Defeated,” Mark Sherry, University of Toledo


Date: Friday, August 21

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 55: Immigration: Representations, Institutions, and Identities
Room: Black Sea

Sponsors: Institutional Ethnography
Social Problems Theory

Organizer: Fatima Sattar, Boston College

Discussant: Kamini Maraj Grahame, Penn State University

Description:  Contemporary conflicts, changes in the global political economy and global relations have contributed to diverse patterns of migrant movement. This session will examine representations and identities of immigrants and refugees and/or the institutions that contribute to classed, gendered, racialized or other-ed identities of immigrants. What macro or micro factors influence representations? How do representations enter into the societal discourse of host or sending nations or global institutions, and how does this affect native and immigrant relations? We are open to papers that explore a diverse range of immigrant groups.

Papers:

“”I’m not the only one struggling”: Immigrant women’s recognition and responses to translocal processes that coordinate economic and social integration,” Heather Holroyd, University of British Columbia

“(Un)Deserving Iraqi Refugees? Racialized moral boundary constructions among US resettlement bureaucrats,” Fatima Sattar, Boston College

“A Danger to US Citizens: Concepts of Threat, Belonging, and Morality in Deportation Proceedings of Detained Immigrants at the Chicago Immigration Court,” Michelle M.F. VanNatta, Dominican University

“”Just Be American”: Exploring the Links between Immigration Policy Opinions and National Identity Opinions,” Laura Landers, University of Illinois Chicago


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Local Arrangements Committee, 2014-15 & 2015-16
Room: Mediterranean


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

THEMATIC

Session 56:  Racialized Population Control Under Global Capitalism
Room: Atlantic D

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizer &

Presider: Mary Hovsepian, Duke University

Description:  Population exploitation, containment, exclusion, dispossession, and even genocide in the context global capitalism with reference to Palestine, Colombia, South Africa, and Turkey. How settler colonial and nation building projects are racialized and interlinked with minoritization processes.

Panelists:

Andy Clarno, University of Illinois at Chicago

William I. Robinson, University of California- Santa Barbara

Fatma Muge Gocek, University of Michigan- Ann Arbor


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 57: CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Critical Conversations
Room: Atlantic E

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizers: David G. Embrick, Loyola University-Chicago
Bandana Purkayastha, University of Connecticut

Papers:

“Decolonial Options for the Social Sciences: Social Science, Justice, and Epistemic Delinking.,” Alexander I Stingl, Drexel U and Sabrina M. Weiss, Rochester Institute of Technology

“Teachers and Paraprofessionals: Conflict and Compromise in Corridors and Classrooms,” Johanna S. Quinn, Unversity of Wisconsin, Madison

“Social Movement Unionism in Practice: Organizational Dimensions of Union Mobilization in the Los Angeles Immigrant Rights Marches,” Cassandra Engeman, University of California, Santa Barbara, Honorable Mention of the Labor Studies Division’s Student Paper Competition


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 58: Substance Use Across the Life Course
Room: Adriatic

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

Organizer &

Presider: Aukje Lamonica, Southern Connecticut State University

Papers:

“Aging in drug use over the life course: A mixed methods approach to identify turning point in drug user trajectories,” Miriam Boeri, Bentley University

“Beliefs about Alcohol and the College Experience as Determinants of Heavy Drinking among College Freshmen: The Moderating Effects of Community Service and Other Activities,” Lizabeth A. Crawford, Bradley University and Katherine B. Novak, Butler University

“Binge Drinking among Older European Men: Placing the Benefits of Social Integration in Normative Contexts,” Lucie Kalousova, University of Michigan

“The “Convenient Alternative“: Crack Use among Aging Heroin Users,” Avelardo Valdez and Alice Cepeda, University of Southern California

“”My Addiction Wants Me Dead”: Images of Recovery in Reality Television,” Kimberly M. Baker, University of Northern Iowa


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 59: Matters of Concern: Environmental Problems and Debates
Room: Aegean

Sponsors: Environment and Technology
Social Problems Theory

Organizer &

Presider: Monique Y. Ouimette, Boston College

Papers:

“Green Economic Development: Contentious Discourses and State Activity,” Jenna A. Lamphere, University of Tennessee, Knoxville and Jon Shefner, University of Tennessee

“Individual health status as environmental privilege: The case of fragrances in the workplace,” Monique Y. Ouimette, Boston College

“Inevitable Harms: The Discursive Construction of Accidents Caused by Unconventional Natural Gas Drilling,” Kayla M. Stover, University of Tennessee

“Nuclear Denial in Japan: A Network Analysis of the Nuclear Power Industry, the State and the Media in Post-Fukushima Japan,” Michael C. Dreiling, University of Oregon, Tomoyasu Nakamura, Senshu University, Nicholas Lougee and Yvonne A. Braun, University of Oregon

“Social Construction of Climate Change in Print News Media, 1988-2014,” Shawn A. Trivette, Louisiana Tech University and Bryant Devillier, Louisiana State University


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

THEMATIC

Session 60: Unmasking Inequalities in Family Carework
Room: Baltic

Sponsor: Family

Organizer &

Discussant: Kristy A. Watkins, University of Michigan-Flint

Presider: Aundrea J. Snitker, Arizona State University

Papers:

“Daddies and Day Care: The Role of Employment and Childcare Characteristics in Work-Family Conflict and Parenting Stress,” Linda Houser and Beth Latshaw, Widener University

“The Invisibility of Horizontality: Adult Kin Care,” Rebekah M. Zincavage, Brandeis University

“Using Multiple Qualitative Methods: Stay-at-home Fathers and Masculinities,” Aundrea J. Snitker, Arizona State University

“”I would love to have a wife”: How Mom (and Dad) Politicians Navigate Gender and Social Class in their Work and Family Lives while Advocating for Social Justice,” Cheryl Najarian Souza, University of Massachusetts, Lowell


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 61: Contemporary Welfare Developments in a Neoliberal Era: Building Danish-US Research Ties
Room: Bering

Sponsors: Sociology and Social Welfare
Transnational Initiatives Committee

Organizers: R.A. Dello Buono, Manhattan College
Mia Arp Fallov, Aalborg University

Presiders: Mia Arp Fallov, Aalborg University
R.A. Dello Buono, Manhattan College

Description:  The Nordic Welfare State is one of the most highly developed in the world. This notwithstanding, it faces a wide range of challenges in the context of a prolonged global shift towards neoliberalism. The purpose of the panel is to discuss and encourage transnational collaboration between researchers from Denmark and other SSSP members regarding contemporary social welfare developments in the neoliberal era. We seek to discuss comparative, interdisciplinary approaches to social problems being exacerbated by consolidated neoliberalism as well as transnational exploration of the potential social policy alternatives needed to confront them. Concretely, one or more research anthologies and possibilities of bi-national institutional cooperation with US universities will be discussed alongside of concrete research proposals. All interested SSSP members are cordially invited to attend.

Panelists:

Mia Arp Fallov, Aalborg University

Cory Blad, Manhattan College

Maria Appel Nissen, Aalborg University

R.A. Dello Buono, Manhattan College

Heather MacIndoe, University of Massachusetts


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 62: Innovative Methods for Teaching about Wealth and Inequality
Room: Caribbean

Sponsors: Poverty, Class, and Inequality
Teaching Social Problems

Organizers: Lynn H. Green, Cheyney University of Pennsylvania
William Cabin, Temple University School of Social Work

Presider &

Discussant: William Cabin, Temple University School of Social Work

Papers:

“Criminal Justice Students Confronting Career Aspirations: A Blended Learning Experience,” Rachel L. Rayburn, Indiana University Purdue University - Fort Wayne

“How Have We Never Learned About this Before: Undergraduate Student Reactions to Learning about Disability and Inequality,” Brian R. Grossman, University of Illinois, Chicago

“Sending Sociology Majors into the World: A Service-Learning Approach,” Julie A. Mikles-Schluterman, Arkansas Tech University

“Teaching Wealth and Inequality to Social Work Students,” Joyce Bialik, Touro College Graduate School of Social Work


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 63: Meet, Mingle, Share: Academics and Activism in an Age of Social Problems
Room: Caspian

Sponsors: Conflict, Social Action, and Change
Labor Studies

Organizers: Crystal Jackson, John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Jackie Krasas, Lehigh University

Discussant: Crystal Jackson, John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Description:  This is a unique "workshop" in that we are providing space for actual sharing, meeting, and networking, as our division members requested. This will be a loosely structured space for people to ask questions and share knowledge about teaching practices, research concerns, and what it means to be an activist/academic.


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

THEMATIC

Session 64: Intersections of Race, Gender, and Crime
Room: Pacific 1

Sponsors: Crime and Juvenile Delinquency
Racial and Ethnic Minorities
Sexual Behavior, Politics, and Communities

Organizer &

Presider: Patrick M. Polasek, Benedictine University

Papers:

“Explaining Gendered Criminal and Civil Justice: the Influence of Race in Child Sexual Abuse Case Outcomes,” Paul D. Steele, Morehead State University

“Exploring the Construction of Race and Gender in News Media Stories of Wrongful Conviction,” Kate Rozad, Wilfrid Laurier University

“How Judges Think about Racial Disparities: Social Processes of Decision-Making in the Courts,” Matthew Clair and Alix Winter, Harvard University

“Uninvited contact: Masculinizing, criminalizing and racializing mobile spaces,” Gwendolyn Purifoye, Kent State University

“”Doing Gender”, ”Doing Fights”: A Qualitative Exploration of Gender Performance and Fights at Party Schools,” Hannah Liebreich, The University of Hawaii at Manoa


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 65: Globalization and Health
Room: Pacific 2

Sponsors: Global
Health, Health Policy, and Health Services

Organizer &

Presider: Erin Ruel, Georgia State University

Papers:

“Access to Water and Child Health Outcomes in Peru and Bolivia,” Courtney A. Cuthbertson and Jennifer S. Carrera, Michigan State University

“Influence of culture and shifting demographic trends on health outcomes in India,” La Fleur F. Small, Wright State University

“La Isla del Encanto, La Isla de los Muertos: Drug-related violence, Public Health and The Role of ‘Pentecostalism’ in the social reproduction of global inequality,” Douglas J. Avella-Castro, Highline Community College/ Tacoma Community College

“The Impaired Quality of Life for Obese Citizens is ”likely to be enormous”: how the World Health Organization Publications Recommend Treating and Preventing Obesity,” Kristen G.E. Chaisson, University of Calgary, Department of Sociology, PhD Student


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 66: The Body and Embodiment in Institutional Ethnography
Room: Pacific 3

Sponsors: Institutional Ethnography
Sport, Leisure, and the Body

Organizer &

Presider: Matthew Strang, York University

Description:  This session poses the question: how do we/can we research embodied aspects of ruling relations of racialization, sexualization, gender, ability, class, age, etc. in people’s everyday lives? The work that people do in their everyday lives is always embodied and thus, as researchers, how can we incorporate people’s bodies, how they are read and the relationship between bodies into our projects? A distinctive contribution of institutional ethnography is in making empirical links between everyday life and its social organization, which is not only text-mediated but ”body-mediated” (Strang, SSSP 2014). In addition to including papers that make these links, this session will include papers that reflect on how IE’s theoretical and methodological frameworks, as well as other frameworks, are used to understand/map embodied ruling relations. Papers can describe and reflect critically on specific empirical research projects, or focus on the challenges of explicating embodied ruling relations.

Papers:

“Bodily Locations: Institutional Ethnography and Ethnographic Entry,” M.C. Whitlock, University of South Florida

“Interviewing and the Body: Embodiment, Racial Sexualisation and the Interview,” Azar Masoumi, York University

“Sex Worker or Student? Legitimation and Master Status in Academia,” Jennifer M. Heineman, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

“The work of embodiment: social relations of race, class and gender for street involved youth,” Alison Fisher, York University

“”My Body Is and Is Not Mine”: How Cases of Murdered Transgender Women of Color Reveal the Circulation of Violence, Bodies and Matter,” Rachel R. Bogan, The Graduate Center, CUNY


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 67: Mental Health, Law, and Institutions
Room: Black Sea

Sponsors: Law and Society
Society and Mental Health

Organizer: Jay Borchert, University of Michigan

Discussant: Cheyney Cooper Dobson, University of Michigan

Papers:

“Children and Psychotropic Medication Treatment: Arguing Competence and the Right to Choice,” Andrea Larson, University of Wisconsin-Madison

“Lessons from the Italian Democratic Psychiatry Movement (1961-1980) for the Redefinition of Community in American Deinstitutionalization,” Kimberly P. Barton, Westfield State University

“Medical Decision Making for Youth in the Child Welfare System,” Zachary Strassburger, Winona State University

“Mental Health Court Study Paper,” Cheyney Cooper Dobson, University of Michigan


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Membership and Outreach Committee, 2014-15 & 2015-16
Room: Mediterranean


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Crime and Juvenile Delinquency
Room: Atlantic C


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Drinking and Drugs
Room: Atlantic C


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Environment and Technology
Room: Atlantic C


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Institutional Ethnography
Room: Atlantic C


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Labor Studies
Room: Atlantic C


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Law and Society
Room: Atlantic C


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Social Problems Theory
Room: Atlantic C


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

SPECIAL

Session 68: Transnational Connections: International Graduate Student Research in the Global South
Room: Atlantic D

Sponsors: Global
Transnational Initiatives Committee

Organizer &

Presider: John Dale, George Mason University

Discussants: John Dale, George Mason University
Vali Mansouri, George Mason University

Description:  This special panel will feature invited international students who are conducting research in the global South (Egypt, Myanmar/Burma, Honduras, and Bolivia) that focuses on transnational processes. The panel and discussion has been designed especially to encourage graduate student members of the SSSP with an interest in globalization and transnational research to exchange ideas and perspectives across North/South boundaries of knowledge production. Of course, all attendees of the SSSP Annual Meeting are welcome to attend!

Papers:

“Arab Spring: From Democracy Aspirations to Germinating Seeds of Islamist Extremism, What Went Wrong?” Abdallah Hendaway, George Mason University

“Democratic Transition? Ethno-Religious Conflict, Identity Crisis, and Communal Violence in Western Myanmar (Burma),” Ye Khaung Oo, Augustana College

““Los Deportados“: A Transnational Ethnography of U.S. Mass Deportation Practices and Honduran Migrant Experience,” Hansel Aguilar, George Mason University

“”The Colonial State has Died”: Negotiating the Decolonial State Bureaucracy in Bolivia,” Marcelo A. Bohrt, Brown University


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 69: CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Race, class, gender, and sexuality: contemporary issues
Room: Atlantic E

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizers: David G. Embrick, Loyola University-Chicago
Bandana Purkayastha, University of Connecticut

Presider: Alan J. Spector, Purdue University, Calumet

Papers:

“A Strong Middle Class: What Matters, What Doesn’t,” Peggy Wireman, Wireman & Associates

“Belief, Behavior, and Belonging: How Religious Involvement Influences Attitudes toward Homosexuality in 40 Countries,” Ying-Chao Kao, Department of Sociology, Rutgers University

“Implementation of Social Welfare Reform Policy Initiatives in the Frist States in the United States: What the Data Reveals about Welfare Assistance Recipients and Poverty 19 Years After,” Mukaria J. Itangata, Southern New Hampshire University

“The Transformation of the “Proletariat“,” Alan J. Spector, Purdue University, Calumet

“Understanding Metabolic-Rift: The Necessity of Class Analysis in Climate Studies,” Subhasis Bandyopadhyay, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, IIEST-S, Howrah 711103, WB, India

“Wealth and wellbeing: New Evidence from China,” Nicholas G. Otis, McGill University


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 70: College, Career & Calling: Challenges to Equal Educational Opportunity from Adolescence to Adulthood
Room: Adriatic

Sponsors: Educational Problems
Youth, Aging, and the Life Course

Organizer &

Presider: Autumn R. Green, Endicott College

Papers:

“Who Graduates and Who Drops Out: A Comparative Analysis of Teen Mothers,” Mary Patrice Erdmans and Elizabeth Nalepa, Case Western Reserve University

“Going Back to Get Ahead: What Student Parents Want and Why,” A. Fiona Pearson, Central Connecticut State University

“The Transition to Adulthood during the Great Recession: Employment, Financial and Identity Challenges,” Pamela Aronson, Thomas Callahan and Timothy Davis, University of Michigan-Dearborn

“Mama Earned her BA: Welfare Mothers Completing Higher Education During the Great Recession,” Sheila M. Katz, University of Houston

“Calling Over the Long Haul: Charting Vocation through the Life Course,” Catherine Fobes, Alma College


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 71: Lifting the Veil: Experiential Learning
Room: Aegean

Sponsor: Teaching Social Problems

Organizers: Hephzibah Strmic-Pawl, Manhattanville College
Corey Dolgon, Stonehill College

Presider: Hephzibah Strmic-Pawl, Manhattanville College

Papers:

“Everyday Blackness: Using Journals to Reveal Our Roles in Racialization,” Alfred DeFreece, Roosevelt University

“Get Ready for It: Student Affairs and Experiential Learning,” Jamie Piperato, Jamie Piperato, LLC

“Inequalities in Place: The College Campus as an Experiential Learning Site,” Elroi Windsor, Salem College

“Learning by Doing,” Corey Dolgon, Stonehill College

“Transformational Learning through Engaged Learning,” Jon Schmidt, Loyola University Chicago


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 72: Disability and Care
Room: Baltic

Sponsors: Disability
Family

Organizer, Presider &

Discussant: Deborah L. Little, Adelphi University

Description:  Disability researchers and researchers of care work both study the context of care/support for disabled persons. Yet they come from different stances and theoretical concerns and do not frequently interact empirically or theoretically. This panel offers the opportunity for dialog and questions from these different perspectives.

Papers:

“”They’ve Got Family Too:” Attendant Training and Quality of Care from the Perspectives of Home-Based Care Consumers,” Linda Houser and Mary Beth Semerod, Widener University

“Caregiving and HIV: Accounts of Resisting Individualism, Privatization, and Cuts in Social Spending,” Suzan M. Walters, Stony Brook University

“Disability and the right to care of the self,” Traci Levy and Deborah L. Little, Adelphi University

“Family Support - Tell Us What We Need To Know: Disability and Care Across Multiple Stakeholder Communities,” Brian R. Grossman, Sandy Magana, Karen Lukaszewski and Miguel Morales, University of Illinois, Chicago


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 73: Latina/os and a Shifting U.S. Race Paradigm
Room: Bering

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizer &

Presider: Rogelio Saenz, University of Texas at San Antonio

Description:  This panel of prominent scholars will explore how the growth of the Latina/o population is leading to a shifting of the U.S. race paradigm. The panelists will provide their assessments of the future of Latina/os in the United States and the new race paradigm that is likely to emerge.

Panelists:

Jessica Vasquez, University of Oregon

Edward Telles, Princeton Univesity

Julie A. Dowling, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

David Montejano, University of California, Berkeley


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 74: CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Was it Social Change? Successes and Failures of Anti-Poverty Programs Addressing Race, Class, and Gender
Room: Caribbean

Sponsor: Poverty, Class, and Inequality

Organizers: William Cabin, Temple University School of Social Work
Molly Malany Sayre, University of Kentucky

Presider: William Cabin, Temple University School of Social Work

Papers:

“The Relational Basis of Neighborhood Selection: How Social Ties Shape Residential Migration and Mobility Outcomes for Low-Income Families,” Asad L. Asad, Harvard University

“Household Financial Practices and Wealth Accumulation in the Era of Mass-Participatory Finance and Growing Inequality,” Angelina Grigoryeva, Princeton University

“Housing Vouchers and the Re-Concentration of Poverty in Suburbs,” Rahim Kurwa, UCLA Department of Sociology

“Instead of Giving Them Fish Teach Them How to Fish,” Joyce Bialik, Touro College Graduate School of Social Work

“Race, Incarceration, and Parenting Behaviors: The Experiences of Mothers in Fragile Families,” Jerrett Jones, University of Wisconsin-Madison

“Manufacturing the Ideal Worker: Job Readiness Training for Low-Income Adults,” Sara Chaganti, Brandeis University

“The Brazilian Solidarity Economy Initiative: Promoting Poverty Alleviation and Empowerment for Urban Female Workers in Rio de Janeiro,” Claudia M. Rosty, Colorado State University and Ana Asti, Secretaria de Desenvolvimento Econômico Solidário Rio de Janeiro-RJ

“Unintended Consequences of Nutritional Assistance Programs: Children’s School Meal Participation and Adults’ Food Security,” Teja Pristavec, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 75: Workshop: How to Get Tenure
Room: Caspian

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizer &

Presider: Héctor L. Delgado, University of La Verne

Panelists:

Claire Renzetti, University of Kentucky

R.A. Dello Buono, Manhattan College

Barbara Katz Rothman, City University of New York

Héctor L. Delgado, University of La Verne


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 76: Removing the Mask: Global Racialization
Room: Pacific 1

Sponsor: Racial and Ethnic Minorities

Organizers: Saher Selod, Simmons College
Steve Garner, Open University, UK

Presider: Steve Garner, Open University, UK

Discussant: Saher Selod, Simmons College

Papers:

“Addressing White Supremacy, Citizenship, and Middleclass Mexican Americans Experiences: Denial of Citizenship via narratives of American as a White Racial Identity,” Daniel Justino Delgado, Salem State University

“Simulation of the Muslim identity.,” Maheen Haider, Boston College

“THE PUERTO RICAN PARADOX: THE MAKING OF UNAMERICAN RACIAL CITIZENS IN THE NEW YORK TIMES (1948-1958),” Bianca Gonzalez-Sobrino and Matthew W. Hughey, University of Connecticut

“The Power of Skin and Black Immigrant Descent in France,” Loretta E. Bass, University of Oklahoma


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 77: LGBT+ Health
Room: Pacific 2

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

Organizer, Presider &

Discussant: Cary Gabriel Costello, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

Papers:

“Contextualizing Queer Adolescent Relationship Violence Discourse,” Leandra M. Smollin, Boston University, MET College

“”You’re supposed to be cared for”: LGBTQ experiences of violence at the doctor’s office,” Emily Allen Paine, University of Texas at Austin

“Diverse types Homophobic Violence, Social Support Seeking, and Mental Health Correlates,” Lies D'haese, Alexis Dewaele and Mieke Van Houtte, Ghent University

“You’re Married? Congratulations! You’re Fired...,” Angela L. Wadsworth, University of North Carolina, Wilmington


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 78: Homelessness in the U.S.
Room: Pacific 3

Sponsors: Community Research and Development
Sociology and Social Welfare

Organizer, Presider &

Discussant: Beth Frankel Merenstein, Central CT State University

Papers:

“Homelessness Prevention or Crisis Aversion: A Balancing Act for Low Income Households,” Beth Frankel Merenstein, Central CT State University

“Street Work: The Employment and Work Patterns of Canada’s Homeless,” Tracy L. Peressini, Renison University College, University of Waterloo

“The Biographical Inertia of Place: Entrepreneurial Governance & Homeless Men’s Life-Trajectories through a Nashville Skid Row,” Damian T. Williams, Concordia University Chicago

“The lives of homeless individuals shown through visual ethnography,” John Girdwood, Michigan State University


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 79: The Stress Process and Mental Health
Room: Black Sea

Sponsor: Society and Mental Health

Organizer &

Presider: Christy L. Erving, University of Wisconsin, Madison

Discussant: Pamela Braboy Jackson, Indiana University-Bloomington

Papers:

“A Stress Process Approach to Examining Interracial and Intraracial Relationships,” Jessica L. Burke, Francis Marion University

“Acculturation and Mental Health Among Latino and Asian Immigrants in the United States,” Elif Bulut, Georgia State University

“Faculty Support and Graduate Student Mental Health,” Rachel La Touche, Indiana University

“Religion and Depression: Examining the Nature of the Relationship,” Stephanie M. Hansard, Georgia State University and Mathew D. Gayman, Georgia State University, Department of Sociology


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

SPECIAL

Session 80: Social Action - Highlight the Work of the Social Action Winner
Room: Red Sea

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizer &

Presider: Sharon M. Collins, University of Illinois

Description:  Representatives from the Chicago winner of the 2015 Thomas C. Hood Social Action Award will discuss their organization’s history, mission, and the unique and crucial work it does.


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Budget, Finance, and Audit Committee, 2015-16
Room: Mediterranean


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 81: PAPERS IN THE ROUND: Social Issues in Health and Health Care
Room: Atlantic C

Sponsor: Health, Health Policy, and Health Services

Organizer &

Presider: Deborah A. Potter, University of Louisville

Roundtable Title: Health/medical knowledge: Policies, practices, and research

Papers:

“Single Payer Organizing in the Era of Affordable Care Act Implementation,” Shelley K. White, Worcester State University and Amy C. Finnegan, University of St. Thomas

“In the Institution we trust: Replacing trust with risk management and policies in healthcare,” Hans-Peter de Ruiter, Minnesota State University, Mankato

“Sharing the Load: A Theoretical Perspective on Body Mass Index and Social Inequality among Black Women,” Karyn A. Stewart, Washington University, St. Louis

“Unmasking dominant literacies: A Freirean critical standpoint,” Rebecca Hughes, University of Toronto

Roundtable Title: Social Issues in sexual identity, sexual behavior, and reproduction

Papers:

“Autoethnography (A/E) as a way of raising oppositional consciousness: sensitising the ‘I’ across the life course,” Elizabeth M. Ettorre, University of Liverpool

“Social Issues in Science Education Pedagogy: Dominant and Marginalizing Discourses,” Maralee Mayberry, University of South Forida

“Constructing abortion as a social problem: the case of ‘sex selection’ in the English abortion debate,” Ellie Jane Lee, University of Kent, England

“Countervailing Values and Countervailing Norms: Abortion Attitudes and Directive Genetic Counseling,” Matthew Lawrence Kearney, University of Wisconsin-Madison

Roundtable Title: Social issues in mental health and wellness

Papers:

“The Affordable Care Act as America’s Latest ”Psychiatric Revolution”?” David A. Rochefort, Northeastern University

“Neoliberalism and the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual of Mental Disorders: A Case Study of Professional Power,” Bruce M. Cohen, University of Auckland

“It Takes a Village: Communication and Management in Care for Adults with Autism,” Benjamin DiCicco-Bloom, Hamilton College

“The Effect of Family Structure and Race on Mental Health Outcomes,” Jenny Nguyen, Melanie Sberna Hinojosa and Sara Strickhouser, University of Central Florida

“Profiles in Health: Multiple Roles and Health Lifestyles in Young Adulthood,” Trenton D. Mize, Indiana University, Winner of the Health, Health Policy, and Health Services Student Paper Competition

Roundtable Title: Understandings of illness and health practices

Papers:

“Is Gluten-Free the New Fat-Free?: The Cultural Transformation of the Gluten-Free Diet in the American Public,” Julia Bandini, Brandeis University

“Labeling Loss: Stigma and Guilt in Legal Applications of Medical Literature following Infant Death,” Grace K. Morris, Northeastern University

“Towards a Sociology of Symmetrical Thinking: The Case of Published Memoirs of Illness Experience,” Hwa-Yen Huang, Rutgers University

“The Use of Yoga and Mindfulness with Prisoners and At-Risk Youth: A Symbolic Interactionist Perspective,” Desiré J.M. Anastasia, Metropolitan State University of Denver

“Evolving From an Illusionary and Self Destructive Quest for Power to a State of Empowerment: The Curative Potential Yoga May Hold as a Vehicle to Reclaiming Bodily Empowerment for Women with Anorexia,” Heather Catherine Pizzanello, Smith College


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 82: PAPERS IN THE ROUND: Sexuality and Sexual Identity
Room: Atlantic C

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizers: David G. Embrick, Loyola University-Chicago
Bandana Purkayastha, University of Connecticut

Presider: Shweta Majumdar Adur, California State Fullerton

Roundtable Title: Sexuality and Sexual Identity I

Papers:

“MULTI-SCALAR RECOGNITION: TRANSNORMATIVE & TRANSQUEER UN/AUTHORIZED DOCUMENT AMENDMENTS,” Tre Wentling, Syracuse University

“Questioning the Western Canon of the Sociology of Sexuality: Academic and Activist Impacts,” Pamela Devan, Boston University

“”With some people my girl comes out with other people my boy comes out.”: Negotiating Gender Ambiguity,” Mary Anna Robertson, California State University San Marcos

“”‘Men are more into it than women’: Exploring the Relationship Between Using Pornography and Real-Life Sexual Practices”,” Stacy Gorman Harmon, Georgia State University

Roundtable Title: Sexuality and Sexual Identity II

Papers:

“In the Absence of ENDA: The Potential Influence of (Sexual Minority) Identity in Today’s Labor Market,” Justine A. Bulgar-Medina, University of Massachusetts - Boston

“QUEERING THE BOUNDARIES: SOCIAL MOVEMENTS AND COLLECTIVE IDENTITY WORK,” Julie Gouweloos, McMaster University


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 83: PAPERS IN THE ROUND: Families and Communities
Room: Atlantic C

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizers: David G. Embrick, Loyola University-Chicago
Bandana Purkayastha, University of Connecticut

Presider: Matthew W. Hughey, University of Connecticut

Roundtable Title: Families and Communities I

Papers:

“Class Relations, location, and Social Networks: A Study of Public Spaces in Tehran,” Jaleh Jalili, Brandeis University

“Fence jumping: Becoming ex-Amish in the ‘English’ World,” Jessica Rose Sullivan, Western Michigan University

“Tensions in the ”American” Dream: Contemporary Perspectives,” Melanie E. L. Bush, Adelphi University

“The normalization of house price inflation: A study of real estate agents working in a ”hot” market.,” Mirella Landriscina, St. Joseph's College

Roundtable Title: Families and Communities II

Papers:

“IMPACT OF MOBILE PHONES UTILIZATION ON FAMILIES BONDING IMPLICATIONS FOR COUNSELLING IN NIGERIA,” Salman Abdulwahab Adisa, Ahmadu Bello University, Arikelola Ayodele Omengala, Ruth Kefas Jiriko and Eunice Ozavize Ohidah, Kaduna Polytechnic

“Race-Ethnicity, Marital Dynamics, and Mortality Risk,” Jennifer Roebuck Bulanda, Miami University

“Syndemic theory and Heterosexual African American men: The role of substance abuse, racism, and incarceration on HIV risk,” Keosha T. Bond, National Development and Research Institute, Inc.

“Young Women’s Attitudes towards Marriage and Childbearing by Race: The Problem of Abstract Survey Questions,” Calvina Z. Ellerbe, University of North Carolina, Pembroke


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 84: PAPERS IN THE ROUND: Drinking and Drugs
Room: Atlantic C

Sponsor: Drinking and Drugs

Organizer: Alice Cepeda, University of Southern California

Presider: Terry Furst, John Jay College of Criminal Justice

Roundtable Title: Emerging Drug Use Resarch

Papers:

“Projection Mapping with Crack Users in Mexico City,” Alice Cepeda and Avelardo Valdez, University of Southern California

“Drug Dealing and Mechanisms of Survival,” Eloise Dunlap, National Development and Research Institutes

“The Role of Violence in the Lives of Drug Users and Sellers Before During and After Hurricanes Gustav and Ike: New Orleans, Houston and Galveston,” Eloise Dunlap, National Development and Research Institutes and Ron Walker, Laguardia Community College

“Drugs and Drug Use as a Socially Constructed Problem,” Peter Venturelli, Valparaiso University

“Cashing in on ‘Trailer Trash’: The Stigmatized Discourse of Commercial Real Estate,” Katie M. Founds, University of Kentucky


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 85: Racism in Sociology and the Social Sciences: The Known Pain that Never Ends
Room: Atlantic D

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizer &

Presider: David G. Embrick, Loyola University-Chicago

Panelists:

Eduardo Bonilla-Silva, Duke University

Aldon Morris, Northwestern University


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 86: CRITICAL DIALOGUE: New Directions in Criminology
Room: Atlantic E

Sponsor: Crime and Juvenile Delinquency

Organizer &

Presider: Glenn W. Muschert, Miami University

Description:  This session features research on some of the most pressing issues in contemporary law and justice: including the Ferguson debate and racially-motivated issues of police misconduct/over-use of force; racial and ethnic biases and inequalities in the punitive state; the school-to-prison pipeline and its disproportionate effect on students of color; and, the consequences of a hyper-military police regime in the current age of mass incarceration.

Papers:

“A New Social Movement Takes on the New Jim Crow: An Ethnographic Exploration of the Stop Mass Incarceration Network in Los Angeles,” Alessandro Morosin, UC Riverside

“Ferguson and Beyond: A Theoretical and Empirical Assessment of How Race and Place Matter for Arrest,” Lora A. Phillips Lassus, The Ohio State University

“Mindless Routines: Perhaps it’s not so much about the why than the how police shoot black men.,” Alexander I Stingl, Drexel U

“The Assault on Communities of Color: The Unresolved Death of Denzel Curnell,” Christopher Smith, Howard University and Antonio Ellis, College of Charleston

“The Effects of Jurisdictional Context on Racial Disparities in Prison Admissions,” Katherine A. Durante, University of Cincinnati

“Youth Incarceration: Consequences of Control and Surveillance by the Carceral State,” Kayla M. Martensen, University of Illinois, Chicago

“”THEY’RE THE WORST STUDENTS”: CONSTRUCTIONS OF CRIMINALITY, RACIALIZED SAFETY, AND PUNISHMENT IN TEXAS PUBLIC SCHOOLS,” Kay S. Varela, Texas A&M University


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 87: Educational Problems and Debates
Room: Adriatic

Sponsors: Educational Problems
Social Problems Theory

Organizer &

Presider: Lynn Letukas, College Board

Papers:

“Class or Student Solidarity? Solidarities in Conflict in the Chilean Higher Education Student Movement,” Sebastián G. Guzmán, Universidad Andrés Bello

“Grassroots and Grass tips: Inside Coalitions, Collective Impact and The Education Reform Industry,” Frank Ridzi, Le Moyne College/ CNY Community Foundation

“Layers of Social Constructions,” Keith Johnson, Oakton Community College

“The Social Construction Of Reading Problems,” Frank Furedi, University of Kent

“Tip of the Iceberg: The Role of Summer Melt in the Postsecondary Pathway,” Brian Holzman, Stanford University


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 88: Globalization and Environment
Room: Aegean

Sponsors: Environment and Technology
Global

Organizer &

Presider: Julie R. Andrzejewski, St. Cloud State University

Papers:

“Environmental Justice for Whom?: Ecotourism and Indigenous Land Rights in the Mayan Biosphere Reserve, Guatemala,” Abigail Randall, University of Tennessee, Knoxville

“Movement Coalitions for Policy Proposals to Global Environmental Issues,” Kenjiro Fujita, University of Tokyo, Graduate School of Humanities and Sociology, Ph.D. Student

“Plastic Bags, Pollution, and Policy: Women and the Gendering of Globalization and Environmental Responsibility in Mali,” Yvonne A. Braun and Assitan Sylla Traore, University of Oregon

“The Underlying Constraints to Improving Water Quality: Neoliberal Forces and Farmer Social Networks,” Cassandra Beckworth and Nels Paulson, University of Wisconsin-Stout

“”Unpacking Sustainability: Gender, the Washington Consensus, and Overshoot”,” Clare Cannon, Tulane University


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 89: Disability Across the Life Course
Room: Baltic

Sponsors: Disability
Youth, Aging, and the Life Course

Organizer &

Presider: Valerie Leiter, Simmons College

Papers:

“Hope Deferred or Right on Time? A Life Course Exploration of Reproductive Trajectories after Spinal Cord Injury,” Heather E. Dillaway, Heather Fritz and Catherine Lysack, Wayne State University

“Identity, Age, and Autism,” Kate Jenkins, Winona State University

“Parents Under Surveillance,” Anna Grace Neller, The University of Toledo

“The Effect of Children’s Disabilities on Parents’ Work and Earnings,” Megan Lemmon, Pennsylvania State University

“Sexual Self-Advocacy for People with Intellectual/Developmental Disabilities,” Aleksa L. Owen, University of Illinois, Chicago, Carli Friedman, Katie Arnold and Linda Sandman, University of Illinois at Chicago


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 90: Latina/o Coalitional Politics in the 21st Century: New and Old Challenges Facing Communities Across the Americas
Room: Bering

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizers: Maura I. Toro-Morn, Illinois State University
Marta M. Maldonado, Oregon State University

Presider: Marta M. Maldonado, Oregon State University

Description:  The proposed panel aims to connect to the intellectual goals of the conference by bringing together scholars/activists who have studied and examined current and past social movements. We know that the 21st century has been one of mass mobilizations around the world. The consolidation of neo-liberal regimes across the Americas has created deep cleavages in poor and working class communities across the hemisphere. In the United States, this is evident in the continuing racial, class, and gender inequalities found in communities of color. Health and labor conditions are also evidence of worsening conditions for many. For immigrants, restrictive immigration laws, massive deportations, and police brutality are evidence of state violence and deteriorating conditions in many communities. Yet, it is also evident that the 21st century has been marked by a new wave of activism and resistance to neoliberal regimes. Chicago itself has been the stage of significant mobilizations under the auspices of the ”Primavera del Emigrante,” the pioneering case of Elvira Arellano, and the range of youth movements springing up in cities across the United States, and also in Mexico and Central America. These new movements seek, among other things, an end to punitive immigration laws, deportations, and family separations. Our panel seeks to contribute to contemporary discussions of resistance, coalition building, and social movement activism by sharing new work seeking to theorize how race, class, and gender identities mobilize families, youth, and communities.

Papers:

“Intergenerational Collaborations in Anti-Deportation Activism: The Case of Organized Communities Against Deportations,” Amalia Pallares, University of Illinois, Chicago

“Low Wage Workers Organizing for Change,” Hector R. Cordero-Guzmán, Baruch College, CUNY

“Gendered Coalitions among Immigrant Women: Mexican and Honduran Mothers Mobilize for Change,” Maura I. Toro-Morn, Illinois State University

“Forming a Latino Constituency: The Historical Promise and Challenge of Panethnic Politics,” Lilia Fernandez, The Ohio State University

“Comparative Gender Theorizing on the Racial Ambiguity of South Asian and Latino Americans,” Vinay Harpalani, Savannah Law School


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 91: CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Teaching Race, Ethnicity, and Immigration
Room: Caribbean

Sponsors: Racial and Ethnic Minorities
Teaching Social Problems

Organizer &

Presider: Hephzibah Strmic-Pawl, Manhattanville College

Papers:

“Flazzles, Redazzles, and Medazzles: A Teaching Exercise,” Bradley J. Zopf and William Mingus, University of Illinois at Chicago

“Hip Hop Pedagogy as a Method of Intervention,” Lane Hanson, University of Wisconsin- Madison, School of Social Work

“How to Teach Research Methods without Losing Your Soul,” Bhoomi K. Thakore, Northwestern University

“Metacognition, Critical Self-Reflection, and Developing the Sociological Imagination,” Kendra Jason, University of North Carolina at Charlotte and Sarah Nell Epplen, Minnesota State University Mankato

“Teaching Race and Combating Despair in Diverse Classrooms,” Sarah Friedman, The City University of New York - BMCC and Stephanie Laudone, Borough of Manhattan Community College

“Visualizing Diverse Community Narratives,” Jerome Krase, Brooklyn College CUNY


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 92: Chicago/Regional Spotlight: The Plight of the Urban Metropolis in the Midwest
Room: Caspian

Sponsor: Sociology and Social Welfare

Organizer: Kasey Henricks, American Bar Foundation and Loyola University, Chicago

Presider &

Discussant: Louise Seamster, Duke University

Papers:

“Du Boisian Ethics of Care and the School-to-Prison-Pipeline,” Simone C. Drake, The Ohio State University, African American & African Studies

“Navigating Economic Decline and Municipal Bankruptcy: Experiences of Working-Class and Middle-Class African Americans in Detroit,” Jessica S. Welburn, University of Iowa, Sociology and African American Studies and Kennedy Turner, Doctoral Candidate, Department of Sociology, University of Michigan

“The Next Great Migration: African-American Migration and Residential Mobility from Large Northern and Midwestern Cities,” Nora E. Taplin-Kaguru, University of Chicago

“The Political Uses of Race and Ethnicity: Ethno-Racial Appeals in the 2014 Toronto and 2015 Chicago Municipal Elections,” Jan Doering, University of Toronto


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 93: Queer as Folk of Color: Race-ing Gender, Sexuality and Desire
Room: Pacific 1

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizer &

Presider: Matthew Strang, York University

Papers:

“Kinky Assemblage: Legitimizing Taiwanese BDSM Sexuality,” Ying-Chao Kao, Department of Sociology, Rutgers University

“Passing in the Trans Community: Dubois’ Veil in the 21st Century,” Alecia D. Anderson, Jay A. Irwin and Angela M. Brown, University of Nebraska, Omaha

“Race, Lesbian and Gays and the Census: A Comparison of Census Categories,” Carol S. Walther, Northern Illinois University

“The Problem of Exoticism and Eroticism,” Jason Lee Crockett, Kutztown University of Pennsylvania


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 94: Labor and the Body
Room: Pacific 2

Sponsors: Labor Studies
Sport, Leisure, and the Body

Organizers: Mark Sherry, University of Toledo
Michelle Lee Maroto, University of Alberta

Presider: Mark Sherry, University of Toledo

Papers:

“Body/Sex/Work – Surrogacy as a New Form of Intimate and Embodied Labor,” L. M. Anabel Stoeckle, Wayne State University

“Racializing ‘Looking Good and Sounding Right’: Bodily Capital and Aesthetic Labor in Clothing Retail Work,” Kyla Walters, University of Massachusetts-Amherst

“Social work and body work,” S. C. Doran, University of Toledo

“The Disciplined Mind: The Emergence of the Wonderlic in the NFL Draft Combine,” Derek M.D. Silva, University of South Carolina

“The Gendered Expressions of Emotional Labour: The contrasting cases of call centre workers and professional wrestlers,” Daniel Glenday, Brock University


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 95: Personal, Institutional, and Professional Resistance: Gender, Race, and Poverty
Room: Pacific 3

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

Organizer: Sobia Shaheen Shaikh, School of Social Work, Memorial University

Presiders: Elizabeth Brule, York University
Sobia Shaheen Shaikh, School of Social Work, Memorial University

Description:  While institutionalized relations of oppression underlie professional, organizational, community and/or family contexts, people continue to navigate and resist inequity stemming from racism, sexism, poverty, classism, heterosexism, ableism, sanism, and other oppressive social relations. The focus of this session is on the social organization of opposition/resistance to inequitable social relations within a variety of neoliberal settings. We invite papers that consider the everyday work of service users, community activists, professionals and other social actors who take up or create opportunities to work against inequitable bureaucratic and institutional arrangements in organizations. In particular, we are interested in papers which offer an analysis of the contradictions of resisting institutionalized inequities and power differentials, and the possibilities of social transformation.

Papers:

“Emotion Work and the Rationalization of a Mental Health Institution,” Samantha Snow Plummer, Graduate Student, Department of Sociology, University of Pittsburgh

“Intersectional Resistance: An Institutional Ethnography of Subaltern Women’s Activism in Iran,” Fae Chubin, University of South Florida

“Professional resistance to the relations of ruling of professional development,” Cheryl Zurawski, Athabasca University and LaNysha T. Adams, University of New Mexico

“The Difficulty of Speaking Back in a Culture of Evidence-based Practice,” Naomi Nichols, York University

“”Walking Our Talk”: Moving Beyond the Token Inclusion of Latinas in a White Feminist Organization,” Alexandra Ornelas, University of California, Santa Barbara


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 96: Punishment and Culture
Room: Black Sea

Sponsor: Law and Society

Organizer &

Presider: Lori Sexton, University of Missouri-Kansas City

Papers:

“Cross-National Variation in Incarceration: The Role of Left Political Parties, the Welfare State, and Economic Structure,” Aaron Gottlieb, Princeton University

“Local Organizational Cultures and Decarceration,” Anjuli Verma, University of California, Irvine

“State-level Correctional Executives and the Unexpected Meanings of Punishment 40 Years into the Era of Mass Incarceration,” Jay Borchert, University of Michigan

“Understanding Cultural Influences on the Growth of Prison Populations and Spending: The Changing Significance of Race, Politics, and Economics,” James R. Masterson and Paul D. Steele, Morehead State University


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 97: Sexualities on the Edge
Room: Red Sea

Sponsor: Sexual Behavior, Politics, and Communities

Organizer &

Presider: Kathleen A. Asbury, Ph.D., Community College of Philadelphia

Papers:

““Hold the Mushy Stuff“: Women’s Boundary Setting and Meaning-making within Outside Partnerships Concurrent to their Primary Partnerships,” Alicia Walker, Missouri State University

“Being Queer and Brown - Subaltern Solidarities in the British-Asian Dance Club Scene in London,” Heidi Hoefinger, Berkeley College, New York

“Kinship Norms and Negotiation for Safer Sex among Married Women in Ghana,” Yujiro Sano, Western University, Pearl Sedziafa, Memorial University, Jonathan Amoyaw, Godfred Boateng and Eunjeong Kwon, Western University and Eric Tenkorang, Memorial University

“Put your Spurs On: Intersection of sexuality, race, gender in equestrian social riding clubs.,” Kathleen A. Asbury, Ph.D., Community College of Philadelphia

“”One Day I’m Going to be Really Successful”: The Social Class Politics of Videos Made for the ”It Gets Better” Anti-Gay Bullying Project,” Doug Meyer, The University of Virginia


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Committee on Social Action, 2014-15
Room: Mediterranean


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 98: Community Engagement Roundtables
Room: Atlantic C

Sponsor: Community Research and Development

Organizer: Katrina Conrad, IU Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health

Presiders: Patrick Donnelly, University of Dayton
Shirley A. Jackson, Southern Connecticut State University

Roundtable Title: Civic Engagement in Immigrant Youth

Papers:

“A Dream Fund: An Examination of a Grassroots, Community-Based Effort to Assist Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)-Eligible Immigrants,” Yvonne M. Luna, Northern Arizona University

“Mainstreaming Portugueseness: Ethnicity, Race and the Educational Troubles Facing Portuguese-speaking youth in Toronto,” David A. Pereira, Ontario Institute for Studies in Education, University of Toronto

“Racial Paradoxes of Democratic Inclusion and Exclusion: Political Engagement of Asian American Young Adults,” May Lin, University of Southern California

“Responding to Violence in the ‘Homeland’: Identity and Transnational Activism within the Indian Christian Diaspora,” Autumn L. Mathias, Northeastern University

“The Impact of DACA and AB 130 & 131 on Undocumented College Students in Southern California: New Paths, Empowerment, Opportunities, and Challenges,” Edwin H. Elias, University of California, Riverside

Roundtable Title: Community Engagement in the Classroom

Papers:

“Empathy, Dualistic Thinking and Criminal Justice Undergraduates,” Caron Jacobson, Governors State University

“Engaging Undergraduate Social Work Students in Community Practice: A Community-Based Research Project with Utah’s Fair Housing Division,” Jessica L. Lucero and Jenifer Evers, Utah State University and David Parker, Division of Fair Housing, Utah Labor Commission

“The Role of Collective Identity in Service Learning,” Dave Harker, Colorado College

“Visual Boundaries: How Images of College Civic Engagement Reinforce Ideas of Community Otherness,” Tait Kellogg, Tulane University

“”What do young people understand about HIV/AIDS treatment and services?: A Community Based Research Approach,” José A. Muñoz, California State University, San Bernardino, Marie Francois, Foothill AIDS Project of San Bernardino and Alejandra Santana, CSUSB


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 99: PAPERS IN THE ROUND: Community Contexts of Education
Room: Atlantic C

Sponsor: Educational Problems

Organizer: Meghan Doran, Northeastern University

Presider: Sarah Faude, Northeastern University

Roundtable Title: Educator and Classroom Perspectives

Papers:

“Are they learning or just having fun? Perceptions of the benefits and challenges of digital technology in the classroom,” Linda M. Waldron, Christopher Newport University

“Learning Communities: Rethinking leader-less communities in an era of leadership,” Mollie A. Davis, Anthony Matranga and Kristy Kelly, Drexel University

“Reification and Recognition in the Inside-Out Prison Exchange Program,” Molly Malany Sayre, University of Kentucky, Winner of the Teaching Social Problems Division’s Student Paper Competition

“School Organizational Context and Its Implications for High Teacher Attrition,” Christine Elizabeth Strayer, Western Michigan University

Roundtable Title: Gender in Educational Experiences and Achievement

Papers:

“Are Girls resilient to Pressure for Gender Conformity? The Association between Pressure for Gender Conformity and Academic Self-Efficacy.,” Wendelien Vantieghem and Mieke Van Houtte, Ghent University

“Between bullying and bathrooms: Educators negotiating regulatory systems of gender conformity when working with trans students,” Hélène Frohard-Dourlent, The University of British Columbia

“Concentrated Schoolmate Disadvantage and the Cumulative Race-Gender Gap in Educational Attainment,” Cheryl A. Roberts, Duke University

“Lean In, Lean On, or Dig Deep?: Insights from a Women’s Leadership & Mentorship Program on What Young Women Need to Lead,” Lauren Rauscher, Michele Cole, Daria Crawley, Elisa Foster and Jessica Mann, Robert Morris University

Roundtable Title: Issues of Race, Class, and Justice across Contexts

Papers:

“In College and Undocumented: An Analysis of the Educational Trajectories of Undocumented Students in North Carolina,” Alessandra M. Bazo Vienrich, University of Massachusetts, Boston

“Racial/Ethnic Identity: A Resource of Agency,” Kayla J. Crawley, Rutgers University

“Sharing Responsibility with Low-Income Families?: The Discourse of Parent Involvement in Title I School-Parent Compacts and Policies,” Hannah K. Miller, University of Wisconsin-Madison

“Social Class Origins and Perceptions of Racial Prejudice on College and University Campuses,” Felicia N. Helvey, Indiana University, Bloomington

“Transfer Student Retention on a Diverse Campus: Problematizing Educational Justice at a Hawaiian University,” Lindy Hern, Remi McKay and Susan Brown, University of Hawaii at Hilo

Roundtable Title: Systemic Inequalities and Social Reproduction

Papers:

“Beyond Hegemony: Structural inequality and class reproduction in tertiary education.,” Andre' Omari Meeks, Aurora University

“Governance Structure Change, Segregation, and K-12 Educational Equity in the United States 1987-2011,” jim saliba, University of Minnesota

“Grades for Sale: A Study of the Relationship between Academic Achievement and Socioeconomic Status,” Ebony N. Russ, M.A., M.S., Howard University

“Teaching the ”Poor” and the ”Privileged”: Class and Economic Inequality in a Dual Immersion Program,” Jazmin Muro, University of Southern California


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 100: CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Gender/Race/Class and Globalization
Room: Atlantic E

Sponsor: Global

Organizer &

Presider: Ligaya McGovern, Indiana University Kokomo

Description:  This CRITICAL DIALOGUE session is designed to allow for greater critical dialogue between presenters and audience. Each presenter is given 10 minutes to present the main thesis of their paper so that enough time can be given to discussion with the audience.

Papers:

“Consuming as Helping:How the Purchase of International ”Hardship-Produced” Goods Contributes to a White Racial Subjectivity,” Laura Landers, University of Illinois Chicago

“Gender-Race-Class Configruation under Neoliberal Globalization,” Ligaya McGovern, Indiana University Kokomo

“Learning to Speak Greek: SYRIZA and the Democratic Challenge to Neoliberalism,” John O'Connor, Central Connecticut State University

“Politics of Public and Private Spheres Among Female Service Sector Employees in India,” Bhavani Arabandi, Ithaca College

“Thinking Coming out Stories Transnationally: Queer Magazine and the Making of the National Closet in South Korea,” Minwoo Jung, University of Southern California


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 101: Environmental Sociology: Regulations, Rights, and Rules
Room: Aegean

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizers: David G. Embrick, Loyola University-Chicago
Bandana Purkayastha, University of Connecticut

Presider: Jaime McCauley, Northern Kentucky University

Papers:

“A “Massive Regulatory Failure“ in Kewaunee County, Wisconsin,” Sarah E. D'Onofrio, University of Delaware

“Compliance and Competitiveness: the Role of Labor and Environmental Regulations in the Mechanization of Brazilian Sugarcane,” Ian R. Carrillo, University of Wisconsin, Madison, Department of Community and Environmental Sociology

“Corporate Organizing and Political Process: the Case of the American Petroleum Institute in U.S. Environmental and Energy Politics, 1919-2014,” Elizabeth A. East, University of Tennessee

“Doing Our Part: Mobilizing Citizen Science and Consensus Politics to Protect Local Waterways,” Jaime McCauley, Northern Kentucky University

“State management of environment protected areas in São Paulo, Brazil,” Eliane Alves da Silva, University of São Paulo (USP); São Paulo Research Foundation (FAPESP)


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 102: Social and Contextual Determinants of Health Care Access, Utilization, and Outcomes
Room: Baltic

Sponsors: Disability
Health, Health Policy, and Health Services
Poverty, Class, and Inequality
Sociology and Social Welfare

Organizer &

Presider: Shannon Monnat, Penn State University

Papers:

“Do School Mandates Mitigate Social Inequalities in Human Papillomavirus (HPV) Vaccination? A Fundamental Cause Approach to Testing the Health Impacts of Policy,” Andrea N. Polonijo and Richard M. Carpiano, University of British Columbia

“Health Care for African Immigrants: The Impact of Ethnicity,” Isaac Omenka, MS, Dept. of Health Policy & Management, IU Richard M. Fairbanks School of Public Health

“Locked in or Busting Out: Comparing the Experiences of Medicaid HCBS Users Who Successfully Moved Out of State with Those Who Did Not,” Brian R. Grossman and Ashley Volion, University of Illinois, Chicago

“Uninsurance among Older Immigrants: An Under-Recognized Social Problem,” Andrew S. London, Syracuse University and Karyn A. Stewart, Washington University, St. Louis

“Variations in Drug and Alcohol Treatment Utilization across Men’s Prisons,” Kathryn M. Nowotny, University of Colorado, Boulder


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 103: Working for Social Justice: A Dialogue on Scholar-Activism In and Beyond the Academy
Room: Bering

Sponsor: Conflict, Social Action, and Change

Organizer: Deborah Godwin Perkins, Coastal Carolina University

Presider: Hephzibah Strmic-Pawl, Manhattanville College

Description:  This session provides the opportunity for intergenerational dialogue between long-time scholar activists and new scholar activists in the field today. After a brief introduction of their work, participants will exchange information and ideas with one another and session participants about what it means to be a scholar-activist, critical issues and challenges faced, and strategies for success.

Panelists:

Jerome Scott, League of Revolutionaries for a New America

Walda Katz-Fishman, Howard University

Christopher Smith, Howard University

Shaneda Destine, Howard University

R.A. Dello Buono, Manhattan College

Raymond Michalowski, Northern Arizona University


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 104: Race, Class, Kin and Culture
Room: Caribbean

Sponsors: Family
Racial and Ethnic Minorities

Organizer &

Presider: Michelle R. Jacobs, Wayne State University

Description: 

Papers:

“Bicultural Lives? An Examination of Concerted Cultivation and Accomplishment of Natural Growth in Ethno-Racial Socialization in Latino Families,” Maria D. Duenas, University of South Florida

“He Aint Heavy, He’s My Brother: The Influence of Class on Kin Support in African American Families,” Jasmine Hill, Graduate Student, Stanford University

“Learning to be American: Individualism and the Shifting Social Commitments of Unaccompanied Mayan Young-Adults in Los Angeles,” Stephanie L. Canizales, University of Southern California

“Race, Ethnicity, and Grandparent Co-residence: Implications for Educational Achievement,” Benjamin D. Tyndall, Vanderbilt University

“Variations in Parent-Child Power Dynamics by Class and Race: Reconceptualization and Analysis,” Yueran Zhang, Duke University


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 105: Social Problems Journal Session - Removing the Mask, Lifting the Veil: Publishing Research on Race, Class and Gender in the 21st Century
Room: Caspian

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizer &

Presider: Pamela Anne Quiroz, University of Illinois-Chicago

Description:  This session draws on the annual theme and involves the co-editors of Sociological Quarterly and Social Problems, and the former editor of the American Sociological Review, who will discuss publishing scholarship focused on race, class and gender.

Panelists:

Jerry Jacobs, University of Pennsylvania

LIsa Waldner, St. Thomas University

Pamela Anne Quiroz, University of Illinois-Chicago

Nilda Flores-González, University of Illinois, Chicago


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 106: Crime and Deviance: Methods of Control
Room: Pacific 1

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizers: David G. Embrick, Loyola University-Chicago
Bandana Purkayastha, University of Connecticut

Papers:

“Historical Analysis of Social Class Influences on U.S. Criminal Sentencing Guidelines,” Barbara A. Carson, Minnesota State University, Mankato

“Social Deviance - A Mathematical Sociology Approach to Understanding Positive and Negative Social Action,” Paul Thomas McFarlane, Sociometry Press

“Social Institutions, the Economy, and Crime: An Examination of Multiple Pathways to High Crime in the 50 U.S. States Using Qualitative Comparative Analysis,” Amanda Kahl Smith and Susan M. Carlson, Western Michigan University


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 107: Media and Body Image
Room: Pacific 2

Sponsor: Sport, Leisure, and the Body

Organizer: Elizabeth S. Cavalier, Georgia Gwinnett College

Presider &

Discussant: Amanda M. Jungels, ORISE Postdoctoral Fellow

Papers:

“Bathroom Stall Pep Talk: Empowerment Through Women’s Restroom Graffiti,” Elizabeth S. Cavalier, Georgia Gwinnett College

“Embodiment in Virtual Worlds: The Body in the Mind in the Body,” Cary Gabriel Costello, University of Wisconsin-Milwaukee

“Exploring the Relationship between Video Games, Computer Science, and Gender,” Rebecca L. Sevin, Western Michigan University

“Media’s Influence on Attitudes Towards Gays,” Anna C. Rossi, Northern Illinois University


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 108: CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Accountability, Productivity, and Digital Coordination of Human Service Work
Room: Pacific 3

Sponsors: Institutional Ethnography
Labor Studies

Organizers: Marie Campbell, University of Victoria
Hans-Peter de Ruiter, Minnesota State University, Mankato

Presiders: Hans-Peter de Ruiter, Minnesota State University, Mankato
Marie Campbell, University of Victoria

Papers:

“The Electronic Medical Record: Abstracted Knowledge Run Amok,” Janet M. Rankin, University of Calgary, Qatar and Marie Campbell, University of Victoria

“Standardization, accountability and optimization of efficiency: how the social organization of Québec homecare services pulls occupational therapists’ work away from improving population’s health and well-being,” Annie Carrier, Université de Sherbrooke, Andrew Freeman, Université Laval, Mélanie Levasseur and Johanne Desrosiers, Université de Sherbrooke

“Hunting for ‘Paper Gangsters’: An Analysis of Proactive Patrol Work Under an Intelligence-led Policing Model,” Crystal Weston, Wilfrid Laurier University

“The textual account of ‘quality’: Institutional technologies that coordinates the scheduling of community nursing for children with diabetes in Ontario schools,” Lisa Watt, McMaster University

“Institutional Ethnographic Mapping Reveals Changes in Academic Freedom for College Teachers,” Mary Ellen Dunn, University of Toronto

“Where is ”Compliance”?: Accountability in Policy and on the Front Line,” Marjorie DeVault, Syracuse University, Michael Schwartz, Syracuse University College of Law and Rebecca Garden, SUNY Upstate Medical University


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 109: Memorial Session honoring Past SSSP President Joseph R. Gusfield
Room: Black Sea

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizer &

Presider: Peter Conrad, Brandeis University

Description:  Followed by remembrances and comments from friends and admirers in the audience.

Papers:

“Reflecting on Joe Gusfield,” Peter Conrad, Brandeis University

“Joe Gusfield at UCSD,” Chandra Mukerji, University of California, San Diego

“Joe Gusfield and Social Problems Theory,” Joel Best, University of Delaware

“Joe Gusfield as a Mentor,” Hank Johnston, San Diego State University


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 110: Sexuality Across the Life Course
Room: Red Sea

Sponsors: Sexual Behavior, Politics, and Communities
Youth, Aging, and the Life Course

Organizer: Koji Ueno, Florida State University

Presider: Lacey J. Ritter, Florida State University

Papers:

“Dating and Sex across the Life Course: Understanding Age, Generational, and Gender Differences,” Lisa R. Miller, Justin R. Garcia and Amanda N. Gesselman, Indiana University and Helen E. Fisher, Rutgers University

“Does Acculturation Matter? Predicting Variability in Attitudes Toward Same-Sex Relations Among College Students,” Ray Sin, University of Illinois at Chicago

“Giving Voice to Girls: Ethical and Effective Methodologies for Feminist Research with Preadolescent Girls,” Margaret L. McGladrey, University of Kentucky

“Individual Scripts and Their Reappraisals: Differences Between and Among African American Men and Women,” Ellen Benoit, National Development and Research Institutes, Stephanie Campos, National Development and Research Institutes, Inc. and Eloise Dunlap, National Development and Research Institutes

“Reproducing and Subverting the Coming Out Storyline: A Case of the It Gets Better Project,” Colleen Rost-Banik, University of Minnesota


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 4:15 PM - 5:25 PM

SSSP Business Meeting, 2014-15 (Open Meeting)
Room: Atlantic D


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 4:15 PM - 5:25 PM

PLENARY

Session 111: SSSP Business Meeting
Room: Atlantic D

Sponsor: Program Committee

Facilitator:  Marlese Durr, Wright State University

Plan to attend the SSSP Business Meeting for an update on the status and future of SSSP. During this year’s meeting, Dr. John F. Galliher and Dr. Davita Glasberg will remember Past SSSP President Albert K. Cohen (1971-1972), and Dr. Robert Perrucci will remember Past SSSP President JoAnn L. Miller (2009-2010). The meeting will conclude with the traditional transfer of the gavel, marking the transition of duties from President Marlese Durr to incoming President David A. Smith. An open discussion period will follow the meeting. We hope to see you there.


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 5:30 PM - 6:15 PM

PLENARY

Session 112: Presidential Address
Room: Atlantic D

Sponsor: Program Committee

Introduction:  To be Announced, TBA

Presidential Address:  The Presidential Plenary will feature the formal address of President Marlese Durr. Please plan to attend this important session.
Marlese Durr, Wright State University


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 6:30 PM - 7:15 PM

SPECIAL

Session 113: Awards Ceremony
Room: Atlantic D

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizer: Marlese Durr, Wright State University

Presiders: Marlese Durr, Wright State University
Nancy J. Mezey, Monmouth University

Description:  The SSSP Awards Ceremony, conferring the 2015 major SSSP awards will follow the Presidential Address from 6:30pm-7:15pm. All registrants are invited to attend the Presidential Address, Awards Ceremony, and Division-Sponsored Reception.

AWARDS TO BE PRESENTED

SSSP Division Awards: Winners of various student paper competitions 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 Chicago area in recognition of challenging social inequalities, promoting social change, and/or working toward the empowerment of marginalized peoples.


Date: Saturday, August 22

Time: 7:15 PM - 8:15 PM

Division-Sponsored Reception
Room: Atlantic E


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 8:00 AM - 12:00 PM

Board of Directors Meeting, 2015-16
Room: Caribbean/Caspian


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 114: PAPERS IN THE ROUND: Race, Ethnicity, Racism & Discrimination
Room: Atlantic C

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizers: David G. Embrick, Loyola University-Chicago
Bandana Purkayastha, University of Connecticut

Presider: Michelle R. Jacobs, Wayne State University

Roundtable Title: Race, Ethnicity, Racism & Discrimination I

Papers:

“Is Mascot (Native American) the New N Word,” Peggy Wireman, Wireman & Associates

“Racial and Ethnic Differences in Perceived Discrimination among Muslim Americans as a Group,” Hakim Zainiddinov, Rutgers University

“An Exploration of the Association between Social Determinants and white Racial Identity,” Solly Mo, Michigan State University

“Whiteness as a Visa,” Rahsaan H. Mahadeo, University of Minnesota, Twin Cities

Roundtable Title: Race, Ethnicity, Racism & Discrimination II

Papers:

“Doing Good? Black Sororities and the Reproduction of Social Class,” Aisha A. Upton, University of Pittsburgh

“An Empirical Test for Subtle Forms of Race-Based Restaurant Service,” Zachary W. Brewster, Wayne State University

“Black Greek Letter Organizations and Social Action in the 21st Century,” Nolan L. Fountaine, Ebony N. Russ, M.A., M.S., Alexandrea N. Rich and Norh Albolushi, Howard University


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 115: PAPERS IN THE ROUND: Labor Market Precarity
Room: Atlantic C

Sponsor: Labor Studies

Organizers &

Presiders: Debra Osnowitz, Clark University
Daniel Olmos, CSU Channel Islands

Description:  This roundtable will examine the socio-political institutional forces producing, reproducing and/or mitigating labor market precarity in the contemporary context of the U.S. 'Great Recession'.

Roundtable Title: Labor Market Precarity

Papers:

“Contention Across Social Fields: Labor Organizing and Community-Based Living Wage Campaigns in the Southern California Hospitality Industry,” Pablo U. Gaston, University of California, Berkeley, Winner of the Labor Studies Division’s Student Paper Competition

“Forms of Capital and Social Contexts—Factors Affecting the Economic Integration of Refugees in Utah,” Yvette Young, University of Utah

“Living from paycheck to paycheck: Economic insecurity among low-income Latino and African American families,” Leigh Taylor, Anna Maria Santiago, Kristen Berg and Eun Lye Lee, Case Western Reserve University

“The Disappearance of Employers: Organizational Devices for Producing “Non-Employees“,” George Gonos, Florida International University, Center for Labor Research and Studies


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 116: CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Teaching with Technology
Room: Atlantic D

Sponsors: Environment and Technology
Teaching Social Problems

Organizer &

Presider: Daina Cheyenne Harvey, College of the Holy Cross

Papers:

“Finding Empathy on Craigslist: Using Technology to Teach Social Problems,” Valerie Adrian, Washington State University

“Promoting Quantitative Literacy in Sociology Courses,” Ronald E. Bulanda, Miami University

“Redesigning Introduction to Sociology: Challenges and Lessons Learned,” Junior R. Hopwood, Chanel Hutson and Rosa Jackson, University of Maryland Eastern Shore

“Teaching Controversy: from Yoga Pants Guy to Hurricane Katrina,” Sabrina M. Weiss, Rochester Institute of Technology

“Video Technology: A catalyst for learning about social problems,” Cooper Karyn and Rebecca Hughes, University of Toronto and Carlo Ricci, Nipissing University


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

THEMATIC

Session 117: The Changing Nature of the Welfare State: Race, Class, and Gender
Room: Atlantic E

Sponsor: Sociology and Social Welfare

Organizer &

Presider: Linda Houser, Widener University

Papers:

“Do Societal Inequalities impact Attitudes of Gender Equality?” Christine A. Wernet, University of South Carolina, Aiken and Debarashmi Mitra, Central New Mexico Community College

“Race, Place, and Social Spending: Inequalities in Welfare and Community Development Expenditures across U.S. Communities,” Danielle R. Deemer, The Ohio State University

“Social Services, Natural Disasters, and Vulnerable Populations,” Ashley R. Acevedo, Southern Connecticut State University

“The Neoliberal Puzzle: Financialization and the Welfare State,” John O'Connor, Central Connecticut State University

“Poverty and Public Education in the 21st Century: Challenges For Urban Communities,” Ingrid Whitaker, Old Dominion University and Mark M. Whitaker, Hampton University


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 118: Open Topics in Mental Health
Room: Adriatic

Sponsor: Society and Mental Health

Organizer &

Presider: Richard M. Carpiano, University of British Columbia

Papers:

“Constructing and defining mental illness: the DSM and professional practices,” Michael Halpin, University of Wisconsin - Madison

“The Development of Inequality in Optimism: A Case Study of Japanese Life Trajectories 2007-2010,” Rieko Arashi, The University of Chicago (when I wrote this article)

“The effect of mental health on employment hope and economic self-sufficiency,” Philip Young P. Hong and Whitney Key, Loyola University Chicago, Sangmi Choi, Soongsil University and Vanessa Vorhies Klodnick, University of Chicago

“‘It’s [The Care Received Here] Almost a Form of Mental Abuse’: Injured Veterans Experiences Receiving Care in the NAVY MEDHOLD Program.,” Carrie Foote, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis, Andrew Drea, Brianna McCaslin and Sandra Shea Davis, Indiana University Purdue University Indianapolis

“”The Schools Didn’t Want Me:” Educational Experiences of People with Serious Mental Illness,” Tammi Arford, University of Massachusetts Dartmouth, Alisa K. Lincoln and Grace K. Morris, Northeastern University


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 119: Struggles Over Narrative: Race and Ethnicity in Media(ted) Spheres
Room: Aegean

Sponsor: Racial and Ethnic Minorities

Organizers: Jason A. Smith, George Mason University
Bhoomi K. Thakore, Northwestern University

Presider: Jason A. Smith, George Mason University

Papers:

“#IfTheyGunnedMeDown: The (Un)availability of Scripts for Informal Identity Performances by Black Youth,” Nora Gross, University of Pennsylvania

“Beyond #Ferguson & the minds of the (un)oppressed: Media alterna[rra]tives on anti-racism higher education social movements,” Sahar D. Sattarzadeh, University of Maryland, College Park

“Je Suis Ahmed: A Constructionist Analysis of Counter Claims Surrounding the Charlie Hebdo Shootings,” Gina Petonito, Miami University

“Profits over People: Media Discourses of Corporate Diversity as ‘Good for Business’,” Michael L. Rosino, Devon R. Goss and Matthew W. Hughey, University of Connecticut

“Sentimentalizing the Suffering of (Some) Homeless People in Canadian Newsprint Media, 1980-2014: How Class Privilege Operates in Media Representations of Homeless People,” Kaitlin J. Schwan, University of Toronto


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 120: Inequality and Globalization
Room: Baltic

Sponsors: Global
Poverty, Class, and Inequality

Organizer &

Presider: William Cabin, Temple University School of Social Work

Papers:

“Fair Trade: From Solidarity to the Standardization of Neocolonial Relations,” Ian Hussey, York University and Joe Curnow, University of Toronto

“The Fair Trade Certified Poverty Alleviation Scheme: Challenges to Women’s Empowerment,” Claudia M. Rosty, Colorado State University

“The Production of Cultural Wealth: An Examination of World Heritage Sites,” Victoria Reyes, Bryn Mawr College

“Within-group inequality: a cross-national comparative analysis,” Tom VanHeuvelen, Indiana University


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

THEMATIC

Session 121: Removing the Mask and Lifting the Veil Across the Life Course: Race, Class, Gender, and Aging
Room: Bering

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizer &

Presider: Nancy J. Mezey, Monmouth University

Papers:

“”Growing Away from God: Youth Education, Socialization, and Maturation in the Contemporary Black Church”,” Sandra Lynn Barnes, Vanderbilt University

“Sexual assault in young adulthood: Still in need of intersectional analysis and understanding,” Sarah Jane Brubaker, Virginia Commonwealth University

“The Flexible Worker and Other Fantastical Myths of the New Economy,” Annette Nierobisz, Carleton College

“Menopause and Midlife in Detroit: Uncovering Race, Class, and Place in Women’s Experiences,” Heather E. Dillaway, Wayne State University


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

THEMATIC

Session 122: Problematized Urban Communities and the Legacy of the Chicago School
Room: Pacific 1

Sponsors: Community Research and Development
Crime and Juvenile Delinquency
Social Problems Theory

Organizer &

Presider: Courtney A. Waid-Lindberg, Northern State University

Description:  Studies of the urban community draw heavily upon the work of the early Chicago School theorists. Since the early 20th century, both qualitative and quantitative methods have been utilized to examine various social problems in urban communities such as crime/delinquency, alcoholism, teen pregnancy, illiteracy, and housing decline. While policy related to these urban social problems has been developed, the evaluation and the reworking of policy and programs is ongoing. The presentations in this session analyze both historical and contemporary attempts to understand social problems in urban communities through the lens of the Chicago School.

Papers:

“Building Bridges or Hunkering Down? Social Capital and Social Interaction in a Diverse Urban Neighborhood,” Joseph F. Cabrera, University of La Verne and Meghan Ashlin Rich, University of Scranton

“For Whom Does a Neighborhood Effect Matter? Neighborhood Trajectories of a Cohort of Released Prisoners,” Jessica T. Simes, Harvard University, Winner of the Crime and Juvenile Delinquency Division’s Student Paper Competition

“HomeWork: What To Do About The Social Effects of Concentrated Incarceration on People & Places?” Keadra Young, OppInc. One-Stop Workforce Center and Kristen DeVall, University of North Carolina Wilmington

“The neighborhood I live in is not nice: Residential incorporation of Hispanic immigrants in economically depressed new destinations,” Jacqueline Villarrubia, Colgate University

“Weeds, Rats, and Crackheads: Re-examining the Ecological Paradigm in Postindustrial Detroit,” Paul J. Draus, University of Michigan, Dearborn and Juliette Roddy, University of Michigan-Dearborn


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 123: LGBTQ Activism and Education
Room: Pacific 2

Sponsors: Conflict, Social Action, and Change
Educational Problems

Organizer &

Presider: Maralee Mayberry, University of South Forida

Papers:

“The Impact of Gender Non-Conformism on Adolescents’ Well-being: Does the School Context matter?” Wendelien Vantieghem and Mieke Van Houtte, Ghent University

“LGBTQQ Youth Organizing: Targeting systems, engaging intersectionality, and producing knowledge,” Alex Kulick, Sociology, University of California - Santa Barbara and Laura J. Wernick, Graduate School of Social Service, Fordham University

“Learning to advocate: From creating safety to challenging heteronormativity in LGBT teacher trainings,” Leah Marion Roberts and Roberts A. Marx, Vanderbilt University

“Parent and Professionals Perspective on the School Experiences of Transgender and Gender Nonconforming Youth in Wisconsin,” Sara McKinnon, University of Wisconsin-Madison, Department of Communication Arts, Maurice Gattis, Lane Hanson and Sean Hubbard, University of Wisconsin- Madison, School of Social Work


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

THEMATIC

Session 124: Race, Class, Gender, and Disability: Intersectional Perspectives
Room: Pacific 3

Sponsor: Disability

Organizer, Presider &

Discussant: Kate Caldwell, University of Illinois at Chicago

Papers:

“Henrietta Lacks and Hauntings: At the Intersection of Race, Class, Gender, and Disability,” Nirmala Erevelles, University of Alabama and Mike Gill, Grinnell College

“Intersectionality in Disability Studies through the lens of Race, Gender and Families of Color,” Sandy Magana, University of Illinois, Chicago and Liat Ben-Moshe, University of Toledo

“Shadow Play: DISCRIT, Dis/Respectability and Carceral Logics,” Deanna Adams, Syracuse University and Nirmala Erevelles, University of Alabama

“The Housing Experiences of African American Women with Physical Disabilities,” Angel Miles, University of Maryland


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 125: Current Research on Opioid Use, Misuse and Overdose: Populations, Contexts and Public Health Implications
Room: Black Sea

Sponsors: Drinking and Drugs
Health, Health Policy, and Health Services

Organizer &

Presider: Alex Staub Bennett, NDRI

Papers:

“Comparing the Characteristics of U.S. Adult Heroin Users and Prescription Opioid Misusers,” Khary Rigg, University of South Florida and Shannon Monnat, Penn State University

“Overdose Experiences and Risks among Nonmedical Prescription Opioid Users: Polydrug Use, Repeated Overdoses, Death and Hospitalization,” Pedro Mateu-Gelabert, Honoria Guarino, Lauren Jessell and Cassandra Syckes, National Development Research Institutes, Inc., Kelly Ruggles, Department of Population Health, NYU School of Medicine, David Frank and Samuel R. Friedman, National Development Research Institutes, Inc.

“Opioid Safety, Overdose Knowledge and Naloxone/Narcan Experiences among Veterans: Implications for Public Health Outreach Policy,” Alex Staub Bennett and Luther Elliott, NDRI, Andrew Golub, National Development and Research Institutes (NDRI), Enrique Pouget, NDRI, Peter Britton, URMC and Ramona Almenana, New York University / NDRI

“Patterns of Opioid-involved Overdose among Young Adults from the Former Soviet Union in New York City,” Honoria Guarino, National Development Research Institutes, Inc. and Anastasia Teper, National Development and Research Institutes

“Deindustrialization, Drugs, and (Sub)urban Decay: Contextualizing Opioid Overdose Outside of Pittsburgh, PA,” Katherine J. McLean, Penn State, Greater Allegheny


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 126: Law, Sexuality, and Gender
Room: Red Sea

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

Organizer &

Presider: Lloyd Klein, Hostos Community College

Papers:

“A Descriptive Study on Risk Factors for Victimization among College Students: Focus on Gender, Race, and SES,” Monica Solinas-Saunders and Tanice Foltz, Indiana University Northwest

“Abortion Restrictions in a Changing Landscape: The implications for Constitutionality of laws restricting abortion after 20 weeks except as an unintended incident to saving the life of the mother,” Steph Karpinski, University of Wisconsin-Madison

“Attitudes toward Nonmarital Sex in China,” Lu Luke Chao, University of Oklahoma and Newman Chun Wai Wong, Midwestern State University

“Damaged Daughters: Girls, Justice, and the Regulation of Sexuality,” Lisa Pasko, University of Denver

“National Contextual Effects of Gender Inequality on Child Sexual Abuse of Girls and Boys Using Multi-level Generalized Linear Modeling,” Will LeSuer, University of Akron


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 127: PAPERS IN THE ROUND: Programs, Institutions, and Inequalities
Room: Atlantic C

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizers: David G. Embrick, Loyola University-Chicago
Bandana Purkayastha, University of Connecticut

Presider: Chris Wellin, Illinois State University

Roundtable Title: Programs, Institutions, and Inequalities I

Papers:

“Group Differences in Support for Hierarchy Enhancing Ideologies and Social Policies,” Nicholas G. Otis, McGill University

“It All Revolved Around Numbers: The Commodification of Work, Working Time, and Management Recognition with In-House Outsourcing,” Jacqueline M. Zalewski, West Chester University of Pennsylvania

“The Privilege of Punishing: Explaining the Rise of America’s Hidden Penal Regime, 1930-2015,” Joshua Kaiser, Northwestern University and American Bar Foundation

“Using Actor-Network Theory to Account for Disability,” Aleksa L. Owen, University of Illinois, Chicago

Roundtable Title: Programs, Institutions, and Inequalities II

Papers:

“Criminalization of Sexual Minority Youth and Civic (Dis)engagement: Effects of Sanctioning on Civic Engagement in Young Adulthood,” Samuel H. Taylor, Washington University, St. Louis; Center for Social Development

“Evidence Based Health Programs in the Community for Elders: A Formative Evaluation of Participation,” Kathleen Raynor and Chris Wellin, Illinois State University

“Unseen Need: The Poverty Experience of Indigenous Senior Women,” Yu-Fan Lin, Taiwan

“Voluntary Child Welfare Workers’ Perception of the profession: Workers’ Experiences with Psychological Climate and Implications for Job Satisfaction,” Allison Houston and Anne-Marie Gomes, SUNY-Albany


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 128: PAPERS IN THE ROUND: Pacts, structures, and disjunctures
Room: Atlantic C

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizers: David G. Embrick, Loyola University-Chicago
Bandana Purkayastha, University of Connecticut

Presider: Matthew W. Hughey, University of Connecticut

Roundtable Title: Pacts, structures, and disjunctures I

Papers:

“Somnolent Capitalism: American Political Economy and the Medicalization of Sleep,” Harry Barbee, Florida State University and Mairead Eastin Moloney, University of Kentucky

“Step Migrant Advantage and Assimilation in the United States,” Eric Ketcham, CUNY, The Graduate Center and Jeremy Porter, CUNY

“The Hazards of History: A Critical Historiography of Brownsville, Brooklyn,” Francisco Vieyra, NYU


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 129: PAPERS IN THE ROUND: Inclusions and Exclusions
Room: Atlantic C

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizers: David G. Embrick, Loyola University-Chicago
Bandana Purkayastha, University of Connecticut

Presider: Pamela Jackson, Rhode Island College

Roundtable Title: Inclusions and Exclusions I

Papers:

“Accomodating the Needs of Minorities in Europe through Public Policy: Majority and Minority Reactions and the Political Response,” Pamela Jackson, Rhode Island College and Peter Doerschler, Bloomsburg University

“Occupational Apartheid & Neoliberalism Governance in Jersey City,” Donal Malone, Saint Peter's University

“Pathways to Inclusion: Highlights from an Evaluation of Guelph, Ontario’s Parent Outreach Worker Pilot Program,” Robert A. Case, Renison University College (University of Waterloo) and Erin Harvey, Family and Children's Services of Guelph & Wellington County

“Welcome In My Back Yard - An Experiment with Local Social Integration in Hjortshøj, Denmark,” Mia Arp Fallov, Aalborg University

Roundtable Title: Inclusions and Exclusions II

Papers:

“Fractured global convergence: Examining the diffusion of road safety policy, 1957-2013,” José Ignacio Nazif-Munoz, McGill University

“Religion and Social Conflict: A General Conceptualization of Religious Conflict,” John Manuel Aldecoa, University of California-Riverside

“The Health and Well-Being of Canadian Sole-Support Families on Welfare,” Tracy L. Peressini, Renison University College, University of Waterloo

“Universal Child Victims and Normal Guys: The Anti-CSEC Movement’s All-Inclusive Frames,” Taylor M. Houston, Graceland University


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 130: PAPERS IN THE ROUND: Institutions, Inequalities, Outcomes
Room: Atlantic C

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizers: David G. Embrick, Loyola University-Chicago
Bandana Purkayastha, University of Connecticut

Presider: Elizabeth Anne Gervais Schwarz, UC, Riverside

Roundtable Title: Institutions, Inequalities, Outcomes I

Papers:

“A Charade or a Solution?: A Social and Economic Evaluation of the Mount Laurel Decision,” Thomas J. PlaHovinsak, Northeastern University

“Crowdfunding: Looking Beyond the Funds,” Elizabeth Anne Gervais Schwarz, UC, Riverside

“The Case For “Dark Money“ in Politics,” Roger I. Roots, Lysander Spooner University

“Understanding the Campaigning and Funding Processes of the Energy Action Coalition Through Resource Mobilization Theory,” Anjali Tara Helferty, OISE-University of Toronto

Roundtable Title: Institutions, Inequalities, Outcomes II

Papers:

“Art Crime: The art of investigation and retrieval,” Susana P. Agama and Dina Perrone, California State University, Long Beach

“Collaborative Policing: A Case Study of the Red Deer Domestic Violence Collaborative Court Program,” Lucy Meng Yi Wang, University of Calgary, Faculty of Social Sciences, Department of Sociology

“The Geography of Middle Class Economic Security: Does Location Matter,” Alexis Mann, Brandeis

“Poverty and Public Education in the 21st Century: Challenges For Urban Communities,” Ingrid Whitaker, Old Dominion University and Mark M. Whitaker, Hampton University


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 131: CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Using Quantitative and other Mixed Methods in Institutional Ethnography
Room: Atlantic D

Sponsor: Institutional Ethnography

Organizer &

Presider: Frank Ridzi, Le Moyne College/ CNY Community Foundation

Papers:

“Institutional Ethnography: Issues of Method,” Dorothy E. Smith, University of Victoria

“Pragmatically building knowledge for change: Mixed method opportunities,” Janet M. Rankin, University of Calgary, Qatar

“Social Ontology Matters,” Paul C. Luken, University of West Georgia

“The Schools & Staffing Survey in an Institutional Ethnographic Account of Mandatory Teacher Professional Development,” LaNysha T. Adams, University of New Mexico

“Using Quantitative and Qualitative Methods in Institutional Ethnography of Coalition Building,” Frank Ridzi, Le Moyne College/ CNY Community Foundation

“”The Art of Education is Dead”: How Neoliberal Institutional Change Clashes with Traditional Teaching Labor in North Carolina Public Schools,” Lindsay Hamm, North Carolina State University


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 132: Education Labor Strikes: Implications for Underrepresented Faculty, Staff, and Students
Room: Atlantic E

Sponsors: Educational Problems
Labor Studies
Teaching Social Problems

Organizer, Presider &

Discussant: Corey Dolgon, Stonehill College

Description:  This is an invited theme session. the panelists are as follows. Session Organizer, Presider, and Commentator: Corey Dolgon, Stonehill College Janet L Smith, Associate Professor, Urban Planning and Policy; Co-Director, Nathalie P. Voorhees Center; United Faculty President Cassie Watters, Lead Organizer, United Campus Workers, Tennessee Higher Education Union; John Curtis, Director of Policy and Research, AFT-Michigan; Stephen Philion, Professor of Sociology St. Cloud State and Chair, Greater Minnesota Worker Center.

Panelists:

Corey Dolgon, Stonehill College

Cassie Watters, United Campus Workers, Tennessee

Janet Smith, University of Illinois-Chicago

John Curtis, Michigan AFT

Stephen Philion, St. Cloud State University


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 133: Interpreting Diversity and Inequality
Room: Adriatic

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizer &

Presider: Tim Berard, Kent State University

Papers:

“Colorism and Classism Confounded: Perceptions of Discrimination in Latin America,” Angela Dixon, Princeton University

“Racial Disparities in Criminal Sentencing as a Social Problem: Critical Issues in Qualitative and Quantitative Framing,” Tim Berard, Kent State University

“Talk is Cheap: Analyzing Documented Diversity Programs in Publicly Traded Corporations,” David Luke, University of Kentucky

“The Micropolitics of Immigrant Reception in Contemporary Tuscany,” Robert Garot, CUNY Graduate Center

“The Myth of Multiculturalism? Second-generation Jamaicans’ Perception of Multiculturalism,” Esra Ari, Western University, Canada


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 134: Race/Ethnicity in Media/Popular Culture
Room: Aegean

Sponsor: Racial and Ethnic Minorities

Organizers: Jason A. Smith, George Mason University
Bhoomi K. Thakore, Northwestern University

Presider: Bhoomi K. Thakore, Northwestern University

Papers:

“A Quest for Profit: Stereotypical Asian American Representation in the Television Show Dexter,” Kimberly F. Leifker, Kishwaukee College

“A ‘New’ Orientalism?: Hollywood Representations of Asian Americans since the 1980s,” John D. Foster, University of Arkansas, Pine Bluff

“Marianismo, Hot Tamale, and Jane the Virgin: Exploring Latina Sexualities in Mass Media and Sociological Textbooks,” Heather R. Rodriguez, Central Connecticut State University

“Muslims Never Bomb on Stage: Audience Perceptions of Muslim Stand-Up Comedy,” Bilal Hussain, Loyola University Chicago

“Reproducing Race and Racism Online,” Stephanie Laudone, Borough of Manhattan Community College


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 135: Exposing the Faces of Poverty: Race, Class, and Gender in Modern America
Room: Baltic

Sponsor: Poverty, Class, and Inequality

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

Presider: Jennifer K. Wesely, University of North Florida

Papers:

“Housing affordability for low-income Americans: an examination of racial, ethnic, and gender disparities,” Giselle A. Routhier and Timothy B. Creedon, The Heller School for Social Policy and Management, Brandeis University

“No Excuses: How Discourses of Glorified Motherhood Legitimate and Reproduce Rugged Individualism and the Blaming of Mothers for Continued Poverty,” Lynn Verduzco-Baker, Albion College

“On Being a Gay Black Homeless Young Adult: Manifestations of Oppressive Stressors,” Casey Lynn Albitz, Case Western Reserve University

“Perpetuation of Poverty: What Factors Contribute to Urban Poverty for Black Teenage Mothers?” Sana Naeem, Brandeis

“Wealth Inequality among Young Adults during the Great Recession of 2008,” Radha Modi and Abigail A. Sewell, University of Pennsylvania


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 136: Mental Health, Aging, and the Life Course
Room: Bering

Sponsors: Society and Mental Health
Youth, Aging, and the Life Course

Organizer &

Presider: John Taylor, Florida State University

Papers:

“Denying Alzheimers: Failure to Care in Medicare Home Health,” William Cabin, Temple University School of Social Work and Susan Havens-Lang, WD Cabin & Associates

“Health Care Workers Need to Address the Sexual Health of the Ageing Population Demographic.,” Amy M. Romanus, Texas Woman's University

“The EmBODYment of Women at War : Conceptualizing the Relationship between Military Sexual Trauma, Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder, and Maladaptive Eating Among Female Soldiers,” Danielle Bernat-Sabo, Case Western Reserve Univeristy

“The Emergence of ADHD Coaching: Adjunct or Alternative to Medicine?” Meredith R. Bergey, Brandeis University

“What About the Parents?: Investigating the Effects of Parental Status on the Relationship Between Marital Status and Mental Health,” Stephanie M. Hansard and Ben Lennox Kail, Georgia State University


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 137: Grassroots Activism Challenging Neoliberalism
Room: Pacific 1

Sponsors: Community Research and Development
Global

Organizer &

Presider: Ligaya McGovern, Indiana University Kokomo

Description:  This session focuses grassroots movements that challenge neoliberal regimes. It is important to focus on this segment of activists as they are they are the ones who suffer most from global capitalism propelled by neoliberalism.

Papers:

“Developments Twenty First Century Resistance Movements in India,” Alan J. Spector, Purdue University, Calumet

“Logical Transformation: Kerala’s Kudumbashree Movement as a Case Study in the Organizational Development of Institutional Entrepreneurship and Social Skill,” Matthew Block, Graduate Center - City University of New York

“Pedagogy and Movement Praxis for Global Social Transformation: The Capitalist Crisis and Movement Strategy,” Walda Katz-Fishman and Shaneda Destine, Howard University and Jerome Scott, League of Revolutionaries for a New America

“Post-Occupy Challenges to the Logics of Neoliberalism,” Marie Skoczylas, University of Pittsburgh

“Reimagining Women’s Political Leadership: the power of grassroots politics in Urban Peru and Bengaluru, India.,” Kyle Woolley and Soulit Chacko, Loyola University, Chicago


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 138: 21st Century Community-Based Social Justice Activism
Room: Pacific 2

Sponsor: Conflict, Social Action, and Change

Organizer &

Presider: Julie B. Wiest, West Chester University of Pennsylvania

Papers:

““Tell me what solidarity looks like“: White allies contesting and reproducing power in #BlackLives Matter,” Amie Thurber and Leah Marion Roberts, Vanderbilt University

“Anti-Gentrification Activism and Affective Advocacy for Racial Justice,” Melissa A. Archer, University of Delaware

“Organizing Community Residents for Health Improvement and Social Justice,” Deborah L. Puntenney, Northwestern University and Miguel A. Melendez, HOPE Project, Ibero American Development Corp.

“Strategic Action and Impact in the Global Women’s Movement: Revisiting the Influence of Resources,” Lyndi Hewitt, UNC Asheville

“Talking Ourselves into Change: Assessing the impact of a dialogue-based approach to ending systemic racism.,” Belisa Gonzalez and Sean Eversley Bradwell, Ithaca College


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 139: New Work in Social Problems Theory and Research
Room: Pacific 3

Sponsor: Social Problems Theory

Organizer &

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

Papers:

“The Place of Mindfulness in an Exploitative Society,” Gordon Welty, Adelphi University

“”Taking on Culture: Time, Structure and Cultural Change”,” John P. Gonzalez, Florida Atlantic University and Alexandra Casuso, University of Massachusetts Amhesrt

“Slippery Slopes, Camels’ Noses, and Feet in Doors: Rhetoric about the Implications of Social Problems Claims,” Joel Best, University of Delaware

“There’s Something Bigger: Getting to the Heart of Our Most Publicized Fears,” Ira D. Silver, Framingham State University

“The Presentation of Incompetence as a Social Problem: A Comparative Analysis of Multiple Cases,” Dorothy Pawluch, McMaster University, Arthur McLuhan, York University and William Shaffir, McMaster University


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 140: Health, Disability, and Incarceration
Room: Black Sea

Sponsors: Crime and Juvenile Delinquency
Disability
Health, Health Policy, and Health Services

Organizer, Presider &

Discussant: Art Jipson, University of Dayton

Papers:

“Gender, parental status, mental health, and substance use as predictors of physical health in an opiate drug court program,” Michael C. Gearhart, Mark I. Singer and Margaret Baughman Sladky, Case Western Reserve University

“Health, Risk and Society: How macro level factors influence HIV rates in prisons and urban communities,” Candice Flowers-Taylor and La Fleur F. Small, Wright State University

“Mental Health/Homeless Court,” Stacy Lee Burns, Loyola Marymount University

“Why prisons are not the new asylums, and other tales about deinstitutionalization and incarceration,” Liat Ben-Moshe, University of Toledo


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 141: Law, Sexuality, and Gender II
Room: Red Sea

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

Organizer &

Presider: Lloyd Klein, Hostos Community College

Papers:

“Experts and Heroes: A qualitative frame analysis of the United States anti-human trafficking policy domain.,” Billy James Ulibarri, University of New Mexico

“Pathologizing the ‘Cruiser’: The Regulation of Public Sex Between Men,” Dann Hoxsey, York University

“Sex worker responses to shifting social constructions of sex work: From deviant to dependent.,” Kate Grünke-Horton, University of California, San Francisco

“”Boys who Trade Sex for Money, Goods, or Survival Needs in Chicago: Subverting Dominant Paradigms”,” Laurie Schaffner, University of Illinois at Chicago

“A Data Mining Approach to Women’s Representation in Management,” Karen M. Brummond, University of Massachusetts, Amherst


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Editorial Board Luncheon, 2014-15
Room: Giordano's Pizzeria


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 142: PAPERS IN THE ROUND: Engaging, Mobilizing Communities
Room: Atlantic C

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizers: David G. Embrick, Loyola University-Chicago
Bandana Purkayastha, University of Connecticut

Presider: Judith Halasz, State University of New York at New Paltz

Roundtable Title: Engaging, Mobilizing Communities I

Papers:

“Attempts to Alter Criminal Behavior Through Visual and Rhetorical Strategies: A Content Analysis of Anti-Trafficking Campaigns in the US,” Emily Schulz, University of Wisconsin - Milwaukee

“Doing ”New School” Activism: Art, Identity, and Social Justice,” Valerie L. Chepp, Hamline University

“What Does It Mean to Become Worldly? Using Citizen Documentary to Document and Mobilize Social Justice Scholarship,” Rebecca Hughes and Cooper Karyn, University of Toronto

“”Tea Baggers” and ”Zombies”: Examining the Interaction Between Progressive and Conservative Social Movements,” Lindy Hern, University of Hawaii at Hilo

Roundtable Title: Engaging, Mobilizing Communities II

Papers:

“Alternative Food Initiatives in Los Angeles: Connections and Divisions,” Miran Bozicevic, Arizona State University

“Urban revival: Good for the neighbours or the neighbourhood? A comparison of the moving propensities in reviving and non-reviving neighbourhoods in Ghent, Belgium,” Ad Coenen and Bart Van de Putte, University Ghent

“”Community Based, Not Community Placed:” Using a Community Capacity Approach to Develop a Food Justice Project in North Tulsa, Oklahoma,” Andrew W. Raridon, Purdue University, Tamara L. Mix and Julie M. Croff, Oklahoma State University

“”I Wasn’t Out to Save a Union”: Union, Community, and Rank-and-File Mobilization against Neoliberal Education Reforms,” Amanda Pullum, Duke University

Roundtable Title: Engaging, Mobilizing Communities III

Papers:

“Capitalizing on Bohemia,” Judith Halasz, State University of New York at New Paltz

“Moving through space: Navigating the ”accessible” world after a bike accident,” Lisa Frohmann, University of Illinois, Chicago

“Network Formation in the Host Country: Reproduction of Class Inequalities,” Guliz Akkaymak, University of Western Ontario

“Organized Hacktivism: Anonymous as a Secret Society,” Brian W. Rossana, Western Michigan University


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 143: PAPERS IN THE ROUND: Analyzing Discourse & Representations-A
Room: Atlantic C

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizers: David G. Embrick, Loyola University-Chicago
Bandana Purkayastha, University of Connecticut

Presider: Bhoomi K. Thakore, Northwestern University

Roundtable Title: Analyzing Discourse & Representations I

Papers:

“From the Iron Cage to ‘La Jaula de Oro’ : A cultural analysis on the music of Los Tigres del Norte,” Liliana V. Rodriguez, University of California, Santa Barbara

“Manufacturing a ‘Natural’ Advantage: Mitigating risk through technology and climate,” Annabel Ipsen, University of Wisconsin-Madison

“Understanding Repression in the Occupy Movement,” Eric Turner, University of New Mexico

Roundtable Title: Analyzing Discourse & Representations II

Papers:

“Developmental Idealism in Books and Newspapers in the English Language, 1700-2000,” Jeffrey Swindle, University of Michigan

“Looking for Mr. Right or Mr. Right-now: A Content Analysis of Gay Men’s Personals,” Matt Reid, Western Michigan University

“Promoting Prejudice: A Rhetorical Framing Analysis of PETA Campaigns,” Karina L. Bull, Tulane University

“”It’s Not What Say, It’s How You Say It!”: A Feminist Critical Discourse Analysis of Peer Mistreatment,” Nicole Lise Rosen, University of Akron


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 144: PAPERS IN THE ROUND: Analyzing Discourse & Representations-B
Room: Atlantic C

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizers: David G. Embrick, Loyola University-Chicago
Bandana Purkayastha, University of Connecticut

Presider: Kathy Hogarth, University of Waterloo

Roundtable Title: Analyzing Discourse & Representations IV

Papers:

““It‘s nice that you want to ship it, but...“: Shipping and Symbolic Boundary Drawing in Fandom,” Victoria M. Gonzalez, Rutgers University

“Breast Cancer and the Commodification of the Color Pink,” Alesha N. Henderson, Academic

“Exploring Structural Denial,” Kathy Hogarth, University of Waterloo

“Framing Outside The Binary: What are we missing by framing shifting demographics within existing binary concepts?” Belisa Gonzalez, Ithaca College

Roundtable Title: Analyzing Discourse & Representations-III

Papers:

“CONSPIRACY, SECRECY, AND RACE IN COLONIAL AND POSTCOLONIAL FANTASIES,” Doruk Tatar, University at Buffalo

“Collective memories of the War on Drugs in NYC: Toward a discourse of responsibility and victimhood,” Vanessa Lynn, Stony Brook University

“Portrayals of Crime and Justice: Understanding the Criminal Justice Professional’s Perception of Fictional Crime Dramas,” Stephani Williams, Heather Foster, Blaze Valencia, Kaitlin Fitzgerald and Sarah Humphries, Northern Arizona University

“Vested Interest in Memories: An Ideographic Study of Memorializations of Slavery in the United States,” Ashley Veronica Reichelmann, Northeastern University


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 145: CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Lifting the Veil on Grandparenting in the 21st Century - THEMATIC
Room: Atlantic D

Sponsor: Youth, Aging, and the Life Course

Organizer: Andrew S. London, Syracuse University

Presider: Madonna Harrington Meyer, Syracuse University

Papers:

“Step and Biological Grandparenthood in the United States,” Jenjira Yahirun, University of Hawaii-Manoa

“Middle Aged Grandparents in the Middle: Caring for Multiple Generations,” Merril D. Silverstein and Yooumi Lee, Syracuse University

“Working Grandmothers: Balancing Unpaid and Paid Work During Middle Age,” Madonna Harrington Meyer, Syracuse University

“How Well Does the ‘Safety Net’ Work for Family Safety Nets? Economic Survival Strategies among Grandmother Caregivers in Severe Deprivation,” LaShawnDa Pittman, University of Washington

“Health and Grandparenting among Immigrant Women in U.S.,” Ynesse Abdul-Malak, Syracuse University

“The Importance of Grandparent-Provided Out-of-School Child Care for Families Raising School-Children with Disabilities,” Peter Brandon, The University at Albany, The State University of New York


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 146: Workplace Inequalities: Race, Class, and Gender
Room: Atlantic E

Sponsor: Labor Studies

Organizers: Noreen M. Sugrue, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Ilana Demantas, University of Kansas

Presiders: Ilana Demantas, University of Kansas
Noreen M. Sugrue, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign

Papers:

“Creating a Dynamic, Incremental, Career Ladder through Education: Career Trajectories of Hospital-based CNAs.,” Grace E. Scrimgeour, Loyola University Chicago

“Introducing a Model of Departmental Engagement for Greater Equity: Two Applications of a Dual Agenda Approach,” Sharon R. Bird, Iowa State University, Melissa Latimer, West Virginia University and Anastasia Prokos, Iowa State University

“Meritocracy and the Influence of Race, Gender, and Class on the Professional Development of Women Attorneys of Color,” Stefan Griffin, Adjunct Instructor, East-West University

“Social Closure in Leading Sociology Journals: 1960-2010,” Robert Perrucci, Carolyn C. Perrucci and Mangala Subramaniam, Purdue University

“The Impact of Working Alone: The Experiences of Women in the Trucking Industry,” Jessica Zulema Borja, University of Chicago


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 147: Hidden Voices in Historical Narratives
Room: Adriatic

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizer &

Presider: Opolot J. Okia, Wright State University

Discussant: Arvind Elangovan, Wright State University

Description:  In his celebrated work, Silencing The Past, the Haitian historian, Michel-Rolph Trouillot, discusses the ways in which the production of history by professional historians often involves the ”silencing” of certain voices in the historical narrative and the promotion of others. Utilizing this theoretical framework, the papers in this panel attempt to lift the veil on specific historical narratives through exploration of hidden voices that reflect the intersections of race, class and gender.

Papers:

“African American Studies at Wright State University,” Opolot J. Okia, Wright State University

“Litigating Race, Gender, and Respectability in the South,” Natasha L. McPherson, Wright State University

“The Original Rainbow Coalition and the Daley Democratic Machine in Chicago,” Jakobi Williams, Indiana University

“The Role of Race in Legitimizing Institutionalization: A Comparative Analysis of Early Child Welfare Initiatives in the United States,” Julia C. Bates, Boston College


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 148: Environmental Racism
Room: Aegean

Sponsors: Environment and Technology
Racial and Ethnic Minorities

Organizer, Presider &

Discussant: Daina Cheyenne Harvey, College of the Holy Cross

Papers:

“California Breathing: Air Quality, Metropolitan Status, & Children’s Asthma,” Raeven Faye Chandler and Shannon Monnat, Penn State University

“Environmental Justice for Whom? Brownfield Redevelopment and Gentrification in Chicago from 1990-2010,” Marisol Becerra, The Ohio State University

“Trends and Racial Inequality of Children’s Health in the U.S. between 2003 and 2007,” Yuying Shen, Norfolk State University, Ami Moore, Univeristy of North Texas, Philip Yang, Texas Woman's Univeresity and Dale Yeatts, University of North Texas

“When the Messengers ARE the Message; Collective Agency in the News,” Charlotte Ryan, UMASS - Lowell, Movement and Media Research Action Project and Joseph Christiani, George Street Research


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 149: The Body and Embodiment in Relations of Ruling and the Social Organization of Life and Health
Room: Baltic

Sponsors: Institutional Ethnography
Sport, Leisure, and the Body

Organizer &

Presider: Matthew Strang, York University

Description:  This session poses the question: how do we/can we research embodied aspects of ruling relations of racialization, sexualization, gender, ability, class, age, etc. in people’s everyday lives? The work that people do in their everyday lives is always embodied and thus, as researchers, how can we incorporate people’s bodies, how they are read and the relationship between bodies into our projects? A distinctive contribution of institutional ethnography is in making empirical links between everyday life and its social organization, which is not only text-mediated but ”body-mediated” (Strang, SSSP 2014). In addition to including papers that make these links, this session will include papers that reflect on how IE’s theoretical and methodological frameworks, as well as other frameworks, are used to understand/map embodied ruling relations. Papers can describe and reflect critically on specific empirical research projects, or focus on the challenges of explicating embodied ruling relations. This session focuses on the above within health contexts and/or ruling relations involving health.

Papers:

“Autism and Applied Behavioural Therapies: Embodiment, Evidence, and Governance,” Julia F. Gruson-Wood, York University

“Eligibilizing bodies: An Ethnography of eligibility and embodiment in a California HIV clinic,” Katherine Weatherford Darling, University of California, San Francisco

“Negotiation and Conflict within the Relations of Ruling,” Patricia Lengermann and Gillian Niebrugge-Brantley, The George Washington University

“The Negotiation of Citizenships: The Black Body Living with Sickle Cell Disease in Brazil,” Melissa S. Creary, Emory University

“The social organization of feeding babies: Finding late preterm infants in ”safe”, highly technological setting,” Cathy Ringham, University of Calgary


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 150: Ethnographies of Education
Room: Bering

Sponsor: Educational Problems

Organizer &

Presider: Mollie A. Davis, Drexel University

Papers:

“(No) Harm in Asking: Culture, Class, and Undergraduates’ Help-Seeking and Engagement Strategies,” Anthony Abraham Jack, Harvard University

“Moral Socialization and Arsenals of Teaching Practice in Educational Institutions,” Judson G. Everitt, Loyola University, Chicago, Nathalia H. Vidal and Quintin A. Williams, Loyola University Chicago

“Sexualized Discourses in Culinary Arts School: A qualitative analysis of interactional challenges in kitchen classrooms,” Jennifer Puentes, Indiana University Bloomington

“The Hidden Contributions of School Workers,” Johanna S. Quinn, Unversity of Wisconsin, Madison

“”I don’t feel disabled”: Legitimizing eligibility for accommodation for university students with mental health problems,” Roula Markoulakis, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health and Bonnie Kirsh, University of Toronto


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 151: Grassroots Activism Challenging Neoliberalism II
Room: Pacific 1

Sponsors: Community Research and Development
Global

Organizer &

Presider: Ligaya McGovern, Indiana University Kokomo

Description:  This session is the second part of Grassroots Activism Challenging Neoliberalism.

Papers:

“Community Rhythms, Convivial Economics, and the Triumph of Greek Resistance to Neo-liberalism,” Marina Karides, University of Hawaii at Hilo

“Do Successful Campaigns Generate Grassroots Engagement? Insights from Community-Based Water Activism in Two Canadian Communities,” Robert A. Case, Renison University College (University of Waterloo) and Laura Zeglen, Ryerson University

“The Lessons of Peasant Resistance in West Bengal – Singur and Nandigram Today,” Subhasis Bandyopadhyay, Department of Humanities and Social Sciences, IIEST-S, Howrah 711103, WB, India

“The Making of Multiculturalistic Immigrant Activists : the Case of Marriage Migrants’ Empowerment in Taiwan,” Hsiao-Chuan Hsia, Graduate Institute for Social Transformation Studies, Shih Hsin University

“Violent Protest or ”Fire Fete”? Patronage and Political Participation in Trinidad, West Indies,” Bretton T. Alvaré, Widener University, Department of Anthropology


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 152: Family and Social Movements
Room: Pacific 2

Sponsors: Conflict, Social Action, and Change
Family

Organizer: Kristin J. Wilson, Cabrillo College

Presider: Wendy Simonds, Georgia State University

Papers:

“BIRTH PLANS AND ADVANCED DIRECTIVES: RESISTANCE AND ACCOMODATION TO MEDICALIZATION,” Wendy Simonds, Desmond Goss and Eryn Grucza Viscarra, Georgia State University

“How Does the Personal Become Political? Assessing the Impact of Mothers’ Employment on Daughters’ Political Organizing,” Mónica L. Caudillo, New York University, Winner of the Family Division’s Student Paper Competition

“Is Marriage Deinstitutionalizing? Exploring Alternative Explanations for the Shifting Boundaries of the Field of Marriage,” Daniel J. Bartholomay, University of Wisconsin, Milwaukee

“The Immigrant Bargain Extended: Family as a motivation for undocumented youth activism,” Edelina M. Burciaga, Graduate Student, University of California, Irvine

“What About my Parents? Three Dilemmas of a Community-Based Campus organization.,” Marcos Emilio Perez, University of Texas at Austin


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 153: Crime and Juvenile Delinquency Division Lifetime Achievement Award Honoring Howard Becker
Room: Pacific 3

Sponsor: Crime and Juvenile Delinquency

Organizers: Chris Wellin, Illinois State University
Tim Berard, Kent State University

Presider: Chris Wellin, Illinois State University

Description:  A noteworthy group of invited speakers will address Howard Becker's wide-ranging contributions over his career, including but going well beyond his distinctive contributions to scholarship on crime and deviance.

Panelists:

Elijah Anderson, Yale University

Marjorie DeVault, Syracuse University

Erich Goode, Professor Emeritus at Stony Brook University

Robert L. Nelson, American Bar Foundation and Northwestern University

Chris Wellin, Illinois State University


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 154: Community and Participatory Research in Health
Room: Black Sea

Sponsor: Health, Health Policy, and Health Services

Organizer, Presider &

Discussant: Heather Champeau, University of Colorado, Boulder

Papers:

“Health Impacts of Impaired Water Access among the Poor in the United States,” Jennifer S. Carrera, Michigan State University

“Mapping Social Welfare Interventions: Applied Sociology The Role of GIS in Evaluating Non-Profit Programs,” Timothy Cheney, Assistant Director, Center for Community Initiatives and Jeffry A. Will, University of North Florida Center for Community Initiatives

“Pacification of Rio’s Favelas and the ‘Pacification of the Pacifying Police:’ The Importance of Mediation in Community Policing,” Stefanie Israel, University of Notre Dame

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


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 12:30 PM - 2:10 PM

Session 155: Ferguson and Beyond: Policing and Social Control in a Global Context
Room: Red Sea

Sponsors: Law and Society
Social Problems Theory

Organizer &

Presider: Brian Monahan, Marywood University

Papers:

“”Sound of the Police, Sound of the Beast” : Gender Differences in Attitudes toward and Interactions with Police among Street-Life Oriented Black Men and Women,” Brooklynn K. Hitchens, Rutgers University, New Brunswick

“The U.S. State and the Social Order: How Police and Military Institutions Serve Ideological Reproduction,” Vince Montes, San Jose State University

“Urban Cleansing: Evictions, Exclusion, and State Violence in Contemporary Urban India,” Autumn L. Mathias and Liza Weinstein, Northeastern University

“Policing in Israel: Sentiments of Police Relations with the Local Populace,” Janet Garcia and Kashea Pegram, Rutgers University

“Abuse of Power and the Power to Abuse: Do Complaint Processes Reduce Incidents of Police Abuse of Force?” Peter A. Hanink, University of California, Irvine


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Council of Division Chairpersons and Program Committee, 2015-16
Room: Caribbean/Caspian


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 156: PAPERS IN THE ROUND: Gambling and Society
Room: Atlantic C

Sponsors: Conflict, Social Action, and Change
Health, Health Policy, and Health Services
Sport, Leisure, and the Body

Organizer &

Presider: Sarah A. St. John, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Description:  Gambling has historically been characterized as sinful vice, and gamblers have often been stigmatized as a threat to the moral, social, and economic order. Concurrent with the expansion of gambling legalization, the frameworks used to study gambling and gamblers have expanded as well. Medical models are now used to explore gambling addiction, and in policy settings gambling is often considered as a legitimate revenue stream in lieu of taxation. This session provides a venue for the sociological examination of multiple dimensions of gambling, including: social forces shaping gambling behavior and motivation; impacts of problem gambling; at-risk populations; new gambling technologies, social media, free-to-play games and internet gambling; media portrayals and public opinion of gambling; and the social and economic impacts of the introduction of gambling in new jurisdictions.

Roundtable Title: Gambling and Society

Papers:

“A Room of My Peers: The Experiences of Problem Gamblers in Treatment,” Andrea Dassopoulos, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

“From Manufacturing to Mega-Casino: “We’ll take what we can get“,” Alissa Mazar, McGill University

“GlobalScan: An International Analysis of Problem and Responsible Gambling Policies and Issues,” Brett Abarbanel, University of California, Los Angeles and Bo Bernhard, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

“Moderators of Perceived Gambling Norms of University Students in Las Vegas,” Sarah A. St. John, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

“The Convergence of Design in Video Gambling and Video Gaming.,” Daniel Sahl, UNLV


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 157: PAPERS IN THE ROUND: Youth, Aging, and the Life Course
Room: Atlantic C

Sponsor: Youth, Aging, and the Life Course

Organizer &

Presider: Chris Wellin, Illinois State University

Roundtable Title: Youth, Aging and the Life Course

Papers:

“Biological Father Involvement as a factor in Repeat Teen Births,” Marquitta S. Dorsey, University of California, Los Angeles; School of Public Affairs, Department of Social Welfare; Doctoral Student

“Don’t African American Young Men Join the Military Any More? : Simultaneous shift of military downsizing and mass incarceration and its consequence,” JooHee Han, University of Massachusetts Amherst

“Explicating Gender and Ambivalence in Intergenerational Relationships: Insights from Case Studies of Transgender Adult-Children,” Rebecca Wang, Carrie Elliott, Natalee Simpson, Tre Wentling and Andrew S. London, Syracuse University

“Providing Seniors With Transportation Assistance: Implications for Driving Cessation and Social Participation,” Teja Pristavec, Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey

“Social Media Use, Gender Identity and the Normalization of Oversharing among College Students,” Linda M. Waldron, Jill Russett and Samuel O'Neil, Christopher Newport University


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 158: Gender: Hierarchies and Resistance(s)
Room: Atlantic D

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizers: David G. Embrick, Loyola University-Chicago
Bandana Purkayastha, University of Connecticut

Presider: Ligaya McGovern, Indiana University Kokomo

Papers:

“Factors that determining of female employment in Japan,” Junko Inui, Osaka University of Economics and Law

“Grassroots Women’s Resistance to Neoliberal Regimes: The Philippine Experience,” Ligaya McGovern, Indiana University Kokomo

“Path Dependence: History Matters in the Labor of Immigrant and Refugee Women Social Entrepreneurs in the United States,” Carrie M. Bauer, Arizona State University

“The Gender Pray Gap: Considering the Religiosity of High-Earning American Women and Men,” Landon Schnabel, Indiana University-Bloomington

“Women’s Leadership in Health R&I: A gender inequality problem,” Mónica Segovia-Pérez, Universidad Rey Juan Carlos, Spain and Carla Segovia-Sáiz, Instituto de Salud Carlos III, Spain


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 159: Contemporary Labor Relations: Race, Class, and Gender
Room: Atlantic E

Sponsor: Labor Studies

Organizers: Dina Banerjee, Indian Institute of Management Udaipur
Ted Brimeyer, Georgia Southern University

Presider: Ted Brimeyer, Georgia Southern University

Papers:

“Collective Responses to Economic Failure: The Participation and Spread of the 1894 Bituminous Coal Strike in Illinois,” Benjamin E. Lind, Department of Sociology, National Research University-Higher School of Economics and Judith Stepan-Norris, Department of Sociology, University of California, Irvine

“Regulating the Unregulated: Precarious Workers and Inequality in Stand-Up Comedy,” Rebecca Collins-Nelsen, McMaster University

“The Socially-Constructed Oppression and Exploitation of Female Mexican Migrant Workers: An Argument for Comprehensive Research with Racial and Gender Emphasis,” Christine Elizabeth Strayer and Karen Vocke, Western Michigan University

“Worker Representation in the Policy Process: Unions and Workplace Leave Law in California and Pennsylvania,” Cassandra Engeman, University of California, Santa Barbara


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 160: Removing the Mask, Lifting the Veil, and Looking in the Mirror: How Race, Gender, Class, Sexuality, and Ability Underwrite the Process of Knowledge Production in Sociology
Room: Adriatic

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizer: David L. Brunsma, Virginia Tech

Presider: Charles Mills, Northwestern University

Papers:

“”Sociology as a Gendered Institution”,” Joey Sprague, University of Kansas

““Making Racialized Power-Relations Visible: U.S. Sociology and Racialized Knowledge (Re)Production“,” Jennifer Padilla Wyse, Armstrong State University

““Another Missing Revolution: The Costs of Sociologists Dissing (Dis)Ability“,” Thomas Gerschick, Illinois State University

““Claiming Space, Finding Voice and Challenging Institutional Boundaries in Race, Sexuality and Family Research“,” Katie L Acosta, Georgia State University

“”Class, Knowledge Production, and the Academy”,” Leslie Hossfeld, Mississippi State University


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 161: Critical Scholarship on Contemporary Racism - THEMATIC
Room: Aegean

Sponsors: Racial and Ethnic Minorities
Social Problems Theory

Organizer &

Presider: Tim Berard, Kent State University

Papers:

“Bursting Whose Bubble?: The Racial Nexus between Social Disaster, Housing Wealth, and Public Policy,” Kasey Henricks, American Bar Foundation and Loyola University, Chicago

“Don’t Call it Racism: A Case Study of Racialized Framing Contests Between an Interracial Coalition and Its Opponent,” Angie Beeman, Baruch College-CUNY

“The ‘New Racism’? Colorblindness, Colonialism, and White Knowledge,” Marzia Milazzo, Vanderbilt University

“The Bigger Dilemma: The Modern Social Psychological Consequences of America’s Racial Caste System,” Richard Thomas, Texas Christian University and Jordan E. Mazurek, Eastern Kentucky University

“Frameworks of Inequality: Exploring the Relationship between Ideology and Structure,” Watoii Rabii, University at Buffalo, SUNY


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 162: Migration and Human Rights
Room: Baltic

Sponsors: Global
Institutional Ethnography
Law and Society

Organizer: Lauren Eastwood, SUNY College at Plattsburgh

Presider: Laura Bisaillon, University of Toronto Scarborough

Papers:

“A Tragic Irony: Corporate Personhood and Human Rights,” Tanesha A. Thomas, The Graduate Center, CUNY

“Clandestine Youth: Securitization, Humanitarianism, and Unaccompanied Minors in the US Borderlands,” Emily Magee Ruehs, University of Illinois at Chicago

“Constructing Human Rights of Roma Migrants: Dimensions of Inclusion and Globalization,” Chloë Delcour and Lesley Hustinx, Ghent University, Sociology Department, Belgium

“Immigration Medical Policy and HIV: Policy Controversies and their Purposes,” Laura Bisaillon, University of Toronto Scarborough

“Permanent Aliens? A Study of High Skilled Migration in the Pacific Northwest,” Samit Dipon Bordoloi and Sondra Cuban, Western Washington University


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 163: Disability and Education
Room: Bering

Sponsors: Disability
Educational Problems

Organizer &

Presider: Justine Egner, University of South Florida

Papers:

“Health status and graduation outcomes among community college and four-year college students,” Janet E. Rosenbaum, SUNY Downstate Medical Center

“Intersecting Disadvantages: Disabled Students in Higher Education in Nigeria,” Felix Kayode Olakulehin, University of Leeds, UK/ National Open University of Nigeria,

“Supporting transitions to higher education for individuals with mental illness,” Roula Markoulakis and Sean Kidd, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health, Jaswant Kaur, George Brown College and Kwame McKenzie, Centre for Addiction and Mental Health

“The Context of Sexual Harassment for Students With Disabilities,” James E. Gruber, University of Michigan, Dearborn and Susan Fineran, University of Southern Maine

“Why is society segregating children with the most need? Special education settings in America.,” Carmen R. Britton, University of Connecticut


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 164: Power, Institutions, and Neighborhood Inequality
Room: Pacific 1

Sponsor: Community Research and Development

Organizers: Meghan Ashlin Rich, University of Scranton
Kelly L. Patterson, University at Buffalo, SUNY

Presider: Meghan Ashlin Rich, University of Scranton

Papers:

“Collision, Separation or Collaboration: Understanding Divergent Strategies to Mitigate Inequality at a Local, Title One Elementary School,” Julie Stewart, Westminster College

“Foreclosed Homes, Foreclosed Neighborhoods? Segregation as a Function of Metropolitan Foreclosure Rates,” Lora A. Phillips Lassus, The Ohio State University

“How does residential mobility impact the social ties of low-income African-American families?” Jennifer Darrah-Okike, University of Hawaii

“Spatial Mismatch Beyond Black and White,” Janeria A. Easley, Princeton University

“The Open Organization: Insights for Empowering Urban Youth through Neighborhood-based Out-of-School Time Programs,” Felicia M. Sullivan, Tufts University


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 165: Food and Inequality
Room: Pacific 2

Sponsors: Family
Poverty, Class, and Inequality

Organizer, Presider &

Discussant: E. Brooke Kelly, University of North Carolina - Pembroke

Papers:

“A Comparative Geography of Risk: Mapping Food Insecurity and Access to Assistance Within and Between Geographic Regions,” Julia F. Waity, University of North Carolina Wilmington and Michael D. Gillespie, Eastern Illinois University

“Of Margins and Measurement: Women and Food Insecurity,” Tariana V. Little, University of Massachusetts Medical School

“The Dynamics between the Food Environment and Residential Segregation: A Study of the Dallas-Fort Worth Metropolis,” Ferzana D. Havewala, Univeristy of Texas at Dallas

“”Taking Care of Yourself from the Ground Up”: Food Self Provisioning as an Act of Secession,” Ashley Lynn Colby, Washington State University


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 166: The Social Context of Drug Control Policy
Room: Pacific 3

Sponsors: Crime and Juvenile Delinquency
Drinking and Drugs

Organizers: Dina Perrone, California State University, Long Beach
Avelardo Valdez, University of Southern California

Presider: Avelardo Valdez, University of Southern California

Discussant: Henry H. Brownstein, Virginia Commonwealth University

Papers:

“Drug Policy and the Law: is the cart leading the horse?” Robert Aponte, Indiana University - Indianapolis

“Correlates of Local Passage of Social Host Ordinances,” Mark Wolfson, Eunyoung Song, Kathleen L. Egan, Dylan C.M.J. Ellerbee and Kimberly G. Wagoner, Wake Forest School of Medicine

“The Social Structure of Support for Marijuana Legalization,” Burrel James Vann, University of California, Irvine

“Mexicans and Marijuana Prohibition in the U.S: The Early 20th Century,” Avelardo Valdez, University of Southern California


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 167: Gendered Embodiment and Health
Room: Black Sea

Sponsor: Sexual Behavior, Politics, and Communities

Organizers: Sonny Nordmarken, University of Massachusetts
Demetrios Psihopaidas, University of Southern California

Presider: Sonny Nordmarken, University of Massachusetts

Discussant: Demetrios Psihopaidas, University of Southern California

Papers:

“Comiendo Bien: the Production of Latinidad through the Performance of Healthy Eating among Latino Immigrant Families in San Francisco,” Airin Denise Martinez, Arizona State University, School of Transborder Studies

“Intersections of Gendered Embodiment and Health Behaviors from Adolescence to Young Adulthood,” Kiera D. Duckworth, University at Buffalo

“Risk, Regulation and Women’s Bodies: Scrutinizing the FDA and the Vaginal Mesh,” Shelley K. White, Worcester State University and Valerie Leiter, Simmons College


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 2:30 PM - 4:10 PM

Session 168: Health, Identity, and Knowledge
Room: Red Sea

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizers: David G. Embrick, Loyola University-Chicago
Bandana Purkayastha, University of Connecticut

Presider: Donna M. Cole, Yale University

Papers:

““If They Had A Cure I Would Not Take It“ Provider Distrust Among African American Women Living with HIV,” Donna M. Cole, Yale University

“A Comparison of African American and Nigerian College Students’ Knowledge of Hypertension and Diabetes and Associated Correlates: An Exploratory Analysis,” Ivor Livingston, Howard University, Junior R. Hopwood, University of Maryland Eastern Shore and Jonathan Butler, Howard University

“Curing Autism, Accepting Autism: The Construction of Collective Identity in the Alternative Biomedical and Neurodiversity Movements,” Catherine D. Tan, Brandeis University

“Stopping the Slow-Motion Catastrophe: Addressing MSM HIV Incidence through Collaborative Empowerment,” Bradley Shawn Powell, Case Western Reserve University

“The Entry into Adulthood for Young Adult Cancer Survivors,” Katie Young, Illinois State University


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

Session 169: Social Welfare and Well-being
Room: Atlantic D

Sponsors: Global
Sociology and Social Welfare

Organizer &

Presider: Matthew P. Eddy, Minot State University

Papers:

“Quality of Life, Self-Determination and Political Participation: A Comparative Study of First Nation’s Peoples in Australia, Canada, New Zealand and the United States.,” Ashley A. Shew, Claremont Graduate University and Moana J. Vercoe, Success in Challenges

“The (In)Security of the Elite and the Specter of the Urban Poor,” Andy Clarno, University of Illinois at Chicago

“Neoliberalism in the Scandinavian Welfare State: The Case of Child Welfare in Denmark,” Maria Appel Nissen, Aalborg University

“To Promote the General Welfare: From Welfare to the Common Good,” Celia C. Winkler, University of Montana

“Social Democratic Visions in a Neoliberal Era: Analyzing State-Sponsored Collective Memories of the Birth of Costa Rica’s Welfare State,” Matthew P. Eddy, Minot State University


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

Session 170: Changing Cuba-US Relations and New Directions for Cuban Social Development
Room: Atlantic E

Sponsors: Program Committee
Transnational Initiatives Committee

Organizers: Héctor L. Delgado, University of La Verne
R.A. Dello Buono, Manhattan College

Presider: R.A. Dello Buono, Manhattan College

Description:  This session will discuss recent changes in Cuba-US relations in the context of recent economic reforms being introduced on the island. In 1993, the SSSP organized a task force of 18 social scientists to assess the panorama of social problems in Cuba just prior to the SSSP Annual Meeting. This panel will also serve as preliminary discussion for whether a new SSSP delegation can be formed to visit Cuba and assess the social impact of reforms being introduced on the Island.

Papers:

“Social Impact of Recent Reforms in Cuban Socialism,” Elena Díaz, FLACSO–Cuba

“Assessing the Shift in US Policy towards Cuba,” Luis René Fernández, Center for Hemispheric and US-Studies, University of Havana

“Academic Exchange with Cuba,” Christina Perez, Dominican University

“Social Problems Research in Cuba,” R.A. Dello Buono, Manhattan College


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

Session 171: Leisure, Recreation and Sport Across the Life Course
Room: Adriatic

Sponsors: Sport, Leisure, and the Body
Youth, Aging, and the Life Course

Organizer &

Presider: Michela Musto, University of Southern California

Papers:

“Gender differences in leisure time cultural consumption among adolescents: the impact of gender identity, gender role stereotypes and socialization,” Susan Lagaert and Henk Roose, Ghent University (Belgium)

“Gender and Time Use in College: Converging or Diverging Pathways?” Natasha Yurk Quadlin, Indiana University, Co-Winner of the Youth, Aging, and the Life Course Division’s Student Paper Competition

“The Effect of Work and Parental Role Occupancy and Role Performance on Exercise Participation among U.S. Adults,” Kyler J. Sherman-Wilkins, The Pennsylvania State University, Winner of the Sport, Leisure, and the Body Division’s Student Paper Competition

“Macro-level gender equality and gender differences in book reading and sport spectatorship: A feminine and a masculine practice in the European context,” Susan Lagaert and Henk Roose, Ghent University (Belgium)

“”It’s Re-Learning How to Love Yourself”: Life Story Interviews with Black Women who Run,” Alicia C. Smith, Case Western Reserve University


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

Session 172: Experiencing & Managing Racial Identities
Room: Aegean

Sponsors: Racial and Ethnic Minorities
Social Problems Theory

Organizer: Tim Berard, Kent State University

Presider: Nicole Rousseau, Kent State University

Papers:

“Why Schools Are Important to the Color-Line Debate: The Racialization of West Indian Students in a Diverse High School,” Bedelia Richards, University of Richmond

“Multiracial College Students: Expressions of Color-Blind Ideology,” Mette Evelyn Bjerre, University of Notre Dame

“Entering the Census Debate: (re)Examining the Case for a MENA Category,” Bradley J. Zopf, University of Illinois at Chicago

“White Like (or Not Like) Me: An Examination of the Factors that Contribute to White Racial Identity and How these Factors Differ Based on Social Position,” Paula K. Miller, Michigan State University

“Racial Fluidity, Skin Tone, and Immigrant Status in the NLSY97,” Andrea Kauffman-Berry, University of Pennsylvania


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

Session 173: Social (dis)Organization, Health, and Place
Room: Pacific 1

Sponsor: Community Research and Development

Organizer &

Presider: Tamara G.J. Leech, IU Fairbanks School of Public Health

Description:  The papers in this session have a common focus on the health consequences of disadvantage or disorganization at the neighborhood-level. The methodologies are varied and the perspectives are steeped in multiple disciplines, so they offer a range of perspectives on mechanisms that may contribute to both illness and health in place.

Papers:

“Healthy Communities, Healthy People: Social Disorganization and Community Health,” MIchaela Kathleen Curran and Dinur Blum, University of California, Riverside

“Social Determinants of Health and the ”Lived Experience” in Urban Neighborhoods,” Lisa K. Staten and Tess D. Weathers, Indiana University Fairbanks School of Public Health at IUPUI, Karen F. Comer, The Polis Center, Indiana University, Jay T. Colbert, Polis Center, Indiana University and Marc Rosenman, Indiana University School of Medicine

“Does Neighborhood Disorder Predict Recovery from Mobility Limitation? Findings from the Health and Retirement Study,” Kenzie E. Latham, Indiana University - Purdue University Indianapolis and Monica M. Williams, Indiana University-Purdue University Indianapolis

“Neighborhood Racial Isolation and Well-being: Understanding the Relationship Between Measures of Collective Efficacy and Health in Low Resource Communities,” Katrinell M. Davis, University of Vermont

“Transforming Belonging into Action: How one community transforms itself into a healthier place to live,” Barbara J. Zappia, Greater Rochester Health Foundation


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

Session 174: State Regulation of 21st Century Families
Room: Pacific 2

Sponsor: Family

Organizer: Cassaundra Rodriguez, University of Massachusetts

Presiders: Cassaundra Rodriguez, University of Massachusetts
Eiko Strader, University of Massachusetts Amherst

Papers:

“Knocked Up and Walking the Walk: Single Mother Status, Stigma, and Behavior,” June H. Sun, University of Southern California

“Little Me versus My Princess: Prisoners’ Gendered Expectations for Fathering,” Anna Curtis, SUNY Cortland

“Moving ”Up and Out,” Together: Exploring the Benefits of the Mother-Child Bond for Low-Income Single Mother-Headed Families,” Amanda L. Freeman, Boston College

“Neoliberalism, Male Circumcision and Family in Contemporary Turkey,” Oyman Basaran, University of Massachusetts

“The Amount of Time Spent Nurturing Children by Mothers at Danchi (Japanese Public Housing Projects) in the 1960s,” Kentaro Ishijma, University of Tokyo


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

Session 175: Mental Health, Crime & Deviance
Room: Pacific 3

Sponsors: Crime and Juvenile Delinquency
Society and Mental Health

Organizer: Kristine Artello, Virginia Commonwealth University

Presider: Matthew M. Le Claire, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Papers:

“The three traditions of suicidal research: An empirical test and some steps towards a sociological integration.,” Thorolfur Thorlindsson and Jon Gunnar Bernburg, University of Iceland

“A Qualitative Content Analysis of Aging-Out of Foster Care: What Problems and Solutions Exist?” Matthew M. Le Claire, University of Nevada, Las Vegas and Jennifer Lanterman, University of Nevada, Reno

“Addressing the Needs of At-Risk Youth from Within the Mentoring Relationship: Mentors’ Perceptions of Strain and Response Strategies,” Nicholas P. Dzoba, Jennifer K. Wesely and Christine E. Rasche, University of North Florida

“Nothing Out There: Emergence and Delinquency among LGBT Youth,” Jeffery P. Dennis, Minnesota State University, Mankato

“”‘Jailing’ as a Set of Coping Mechanisms”,” Michael Lawrence Walker, University of Nebraska-Omaha


Date: Sunday, August 23

Time: 4:30 PM - 6:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 176: Lifting the Veil on Genders and Sexualities
Room: Black Sea

Sponsor: Sexual Behavior, Politics, and Communities

Organizers: Marni A. Brown, Georgia Gwinnett College
Amanda M. Jungels, ORISE Postdoctoral Fellow

Presider: Amanda M. Jungels, ORISE Postdoctoral Fellow

Papers:

“Constructions of Gender in Canadian Engineering Recruitment Materials,” Agnes d'Entremont, Kerry Greer and Katherine Lyon, University of British Columbia

“Desire and Embodiment of Older LGBTIQ Women,” Moira M. Carmody, University of Western Sydney, Australia

“Female Masculinity at Work: Managing Stigma on the Job,” Raine Dozier, Western Washington University

“Reducing Negative Response to Transgender Persons and Experiences: The Impact of Exposure to Personal Narratives,” Jessica Sperling, City University of New York, Norma Tan, Cora Group and T. Aradhana Hinds, Cora Group, Inc. & The New School for Social Research

“Sexualization, Objectification, and the Backlash against Female Sexual Autonomy: A Sociological Analysis of ”The Fappening”,” Mairead Eastin Moloney and Tony P. Love, University of Kentucky