SSSP 2019 Annual Meeting

Date: Friday, August 9

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 001: PAPERS IN THE ROUND: Youth, Aging, and the Life Course Research
Room: Grand Ballroom

Sponsor: Youth, Aging, and the Life Course

Organizers: Robyn L. Young, Dartmouth College
Perri S. Leviss, University of Massachusetts Boston

Description:  This session includes two roundtables from the YALC Division. One that focuses on research broadly across the life course from the political identity of iGens to the aging of women, women + work, and the representation of adult immigrants in research. The other round table presents research about adolescents to emerging adulthood including issues of identity development, substance use, religiosity, and the informal work economy.

Roundtable #1 Title: Research Across the Life Course

Presider: Perri S. Leviss, University of Massachusetts Boston

Discussant: Lea T. Marzo, Georgia State University

Papers:

“A Theoretical Examination of Diverging Sibling Trajectories,” Melissa R. Maxey, University of Oklahoma

“Girls Work, Too: Structures of Work for Women and Girls in Financially Unstable White Families,” Annaliese Grant, University of Wisconsin-Madison

“Talking about Our Generation: Politics, Identity, and Conflicting Perceptions of MILLENiGENS of Color in Southern California,” Mary Yu Danico, Faye Wachs, Anthony Ocampo, Amairani Ramos and Yvonne Rivera, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona

“To Choose to Not Be Included is to Belong: A Dialogue about Representation and Agency in Research with Adult Immigrants,” Katherine E. Entigar, The Graduate Center, CUNY

Roundtable #2 Title: Youth, Adolescence, and Emerging Adult Research

Presider & Discussant: Robyn L. Young, Dartmouth College

Papers:

“Adolescent Religiosity and Substance Use,” Zhen Yang and Alan Reifman, Texas Tech University

“From Distant Problems to Close Solutions: Determinants of Global Issue Concern among Youngsters in 22 Countries,” Hester Ina Mennes, University of Amsterdam

“Incarcerated Young Fathers and the Informal Economy,” Janet Muñiz, University of California, Irvine

“Mode of Marijuana Consumption and Other Drug Use among Adolescents,” Corey Pomykacz and Jason Ford, University of Central Florida


Date: Friday, August 9

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 002: Law and In/Justice: Alt-right and Other Threats to Democracy
Room: Hudson Suite

Sponsor: Law and Society

Organizer, Presider &

Discussant: Annulla Linders, University of Cincinnati

Papers:

“Alt-right Targeting of Academics: Examining Strategies and Consequences,” Luis Fernandez, Northern Arizona University

“Denial of Justice for Hate Crime Victims in the US and Europe: Stimulating Alt-right Violence,” Pamela Irving Jackson, Rhode Island College

“Board Votes and Ballot Initiatives: Racial Political Strategy in Challenges to Affirmative Action and Open Admissions,” Amaka Okechukwu, George Mason University

“Ethnicity and Punishment: Legal Decision-making in Iraqi Kurdistan,” Jesse Wozniak, West Virginia University, Gabrielle Ferrales, University of Minnesota and Wenjie Liao, North Carolina State University


Date: Friday, August 9

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 003: CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Water, Environment, and Social Justice
Room: Promenade Suite

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizer: E. Brooke Kelly, University of North Carolina at Pembroke

Presider: Joshua C. Cafferty, University of California, Irvine

Papers:

“One Water, One Future? Visions of Sustainability among Water Professionals and Practitioners,” Elisabeth Wilder, Northeastern University

“The Treadmill of Production through Global Water Exploitation,” Joshua C. Cafferty, University of California, Irvine

“Who Takes the Lead?: Determining Responsibility for Environmental Injustices in Lead Service Line Replacement,” Elena Hight, University of Wisconsin-Madison

“Structural Dynamics and the Flow of Plastic Waste: A Longitudinal Analysis of Plastic Waste Trade,” Yikang Bai, Washington State University


Date: Friday, August 9

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

THEMATIC

Session 004: Integration of Immigrants and Refugees into Local Communities in the New Immigration Era
Room: State Suite

Sponsor: Community Research and Development

Organizer, Presider &

Discussant: Theo J. Majka, University of Dayton

Papers:

“Civic Participation of Undocumented Immigrants in California,” Kevin Beck and Karina Shklyan, University of California, San Diego

“‘No Borders, No Nations’ Stopping Deportation? Municipal Strategies and Activism in an Age of Deportation,” Amy C. Foerster, Pace University

“Impact of Sanctuary Policies on Victimization and Discrimination among Latino Immigrants,” Jacqueline E. Groccia, The George Washington University

“Multiple Expulsions: An International Humanitarian Migration Crisis in Europe,” Karin A. C. Johnson, University of California, Riverside


Date: Friday, August 9

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

THEMATIC

Session 005: CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Social Work Responses to problems in social health and wellbeing
Room: Broadway Suite

Sponsor: Sociology and Social Welfare

Organizer &

Presider: Ethan J. Evans, California State University, Sacramento

Description:  The Sociology and Social Welfare Division is shining a light on contributions from scholars and professionals seeking to grapple with theoretical puzzles and complex practice problems that relate to health and wellbeing with a focus on "missing" elements from conventional intervention strategies and research.

Papers:

“Access to Routine Medical Care for Women with Mobility Disability,” Allison Houston, Proscenium Data Solutions

“Are Co-ethnic Communities Truly Protective? Harms Experienced from Others’ Drinking Vary by Nativity,” Christina Tam, University of California, Berkeley, Katherine J. Karriker-Jaffe and Thomas K. Greenfield, Public Health Institute

“‘I’m Not Ready to Go’: Understanding the Need for Transitional Services to Address the Specific Traumatic Stress Experienced by Homeless Women,” Katherine Maurer, McGill University and Hannah Brais, Old Brewery Mission

“Beyond a Bed: Arrangements between Youth at Risk of Homelessness and Informal Adult Hosts,” Susanna Curry and Stacey J. Ault, California State University, Sacramento, Brenda A. Tully, University of California, Los Angeles, Mallory VanMeeter, University of Wisconsin-Madison and Jacqueline White, CloseKnit

“Organizational and Policy Determinants of Care for Community-based Medicare Clients,” William D. Cabin, Temple University

“Social Work, Ecoanxiety, and Peer Pressure,” Kelly Smith, University of Southern California


Date: Friday, August 9

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 006: Disability and the Arts
Room: East End Suite

Sponsor: Disability

Organizer &

Presider: Sara E. Green, University of South Florida

Papers:

“Exploring Non-normative Queer Embodiment through Sociology and Photography,” Justine Egner, University of Wisconsin-LaCrosse and Jesse J. Egner, Parsons School of Design at The New School

“More Than Therapy: Conformity and Resistance in an Organizational Narrative of Disability and the Performing Arts,” Melinda Leigh Maconi, University of South Florida, Honorable Mention of the Disability Division’s Student Paper Competition

“The Borderline Struggle: Humanizing Women with BPD,” Jennie Lambert, Georgia State University

“Whose Story, Whose Voice?: Helen Keller as Told through Children’s Literature,” Cheryl Najarian Souza, University of Massachusetts Lowell

“Deaf Identity Salience: Tracing Daphne’s Deaf Identity Salience through Switched at Birth,” Penny Harvey, Georgia State University


Date: Friday, August 9

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 007: Technology and Mental Health
Room: Fashion Suite

Sponsor: Society and Mental Health

Organizer, Presider &

Discussant: Alex F. Trillo, Saint Peters University

Papers:

“‘Trans Enough’ for Tumblr? Accounting for Body and Self in Digital Worlds,” Spencer A. Garrison, University of Michigan

“From the ‘Wicked Witch of the West’ to ‘Sabrina the Teenage Witch’: Witches Perception’s of Representations in Popular Culture,” Anna S. Rogers, University of South Carolina

“It’s Hard to be ‘Woke’ All the Time: Feminism, Television, Identity, and Self-Care,” Abigail M. Letak, University of Wisconsin-Madison

“Misinformation and Facebook: A Rising Social Problem,” Courtney James Thomas Brown, Coastal Carolina University


Date: Friday, August 9

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 008: Race, Crimmigration, and Policing
Room: Fifth Avenue Suite

Sponsors: Law and Society
Racial and Ethnic Minorities

Organizers: Felicia Arriaga, Appalachian State University
Alice MillerMacPhee, University of Nebraska-Lincoln

Presider: Felicia Arriaga, Appalachian State University

Papers:

“‘Ask Him If You’re Being Detained’: Bystander Resistance in Street Police Encounters,” Katherine D. Hilson, Carthage College

“‘This Could Be You!’ Political Organizing and Resource Dependence in the Wake of Police Violence,” Theresa Rocha Beardall, Cornell University

“E-race the Database: Big Data Policing in Chicago,” Andy Clarno and Michael De Anda Muñiz, University of Illinois at Chicago

“Police-Native American Community Relations: Living in the Shadows of Rural America,” Janice A. Iwama, American University and Jack F. McDevitt, Northeastern University

“Defending the ‘Bad Immigrant:’ Aggravated Felonies, Deportation, and Legal Resistance at the Crimmigration Nexus,” Sarah Rose Tosh, The Graduate Center, CUNY


Date: Friday, August 9

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 009: Sport and Social Change
Room: Lexington Suite

Sponsors: Conflict, Social Action, and Change
Sport, Leisure, and the Body

Organizer, Presider &

Discussant: Giovanna Follo, Wright State University

Papers:

“‘Now My Voice Can Be Heard:’ #MeToo and Artistic Gymnastics,” Devon R. Goss, Oxford College of Emory University

“No Fair Livelihoods: A Study of Minority National Football League Head Coaches,” Matthew S. Loflin, University of Oklahoma

“Sport in German Prisons: An Ethnographic Exploration of the Various Meanings for Inmates,” Johannes Müller, Justus Liebig Universität Giessen

“The ‘Come to Jesus Moment’: Middle-class Black Women Narrate Health Turning Points and the Onset of a Recreational Running Career,” Alicia Smith-Tran, Texas Christian University


Date: Friday, August 9

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 010: Inequities in Health, Care and Contexts
Room: Riverside Suite

Sponsors: Health, Health Policy, and Health Services
Poverty, Class, and Inequality

Organizers: Hannah Andrews, University of Arizona
Elizabeth A. Sternke, Press Ganey Associates

Presider: Hannah Andrews, University of Arizona

Papers:

“Doctors’ Orders: Prescriptions and Proscriptions for Life-Sustaining Treatments,” Katrina Hauschildt, University of Michigan

“Learning to Labor: Doulas on the Frontline of the Black Maternal Health Crisis,” Carolyn Fraker, University of Minnesota

“Moralizing the Opioid Shortage: Race, Pain, and Interpretations of Resource Scarcity in an Urban Hospital,” Alexandra E. Brewer, University of Chicago, Winner of the Health, Health Policy, and Health Services Division’s Student Paper Competition

“New Care Movements and the Gender Pain Gap in the U.S.,” Anna Simonson, Sanford Research, Population Health Group, Kenyon Lab and Erin M. Evans, San Diego Mesa College

“Physicians’ Rejection of Law in Their Roles as Gatekeepers to Undocumented Immigrants’ Right to Health Care Access: A Qualitative Phenomenological Study of Legal Consciousness in Medicine,” Josephine T. V. Greenbrook, University of Gothenburg/University of Edinburgh


Date: Friday, August 9

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 011: CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Policing in America
Room: Sutton Suite

Sponsor: Crime and Juvenile Delinquency

Organizer &

Presider: Terrence Tyrone Allen, Prairie View A&M University

Papers:

“Cop from the Block: The Interplay between Community Attachment and Officer Engagement in Community Policing,” Jasmine Nicole Olivier, Harvard University

“Cops on Trial: Assessing Court Outcomes of Police Charged with Crimes,” Ashley K. Farmer, Illinois State University

“In Loco Parentis: The Boundary Work of Campus Police,” Hanna J. Katz, Harvard University

“Stop Trying to Fix Policing: Lessons Learned from the Front Lines,” Tony Gaskew, University of Pittsburgh

“Use of Force Policies and Constraining Fatal Police Violence,” Matthew J. Thompson, University of California, Davis


Date: Friday, August 9

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 012: The Social Organisation of Knowledge
Room: Vanderbilt Suite

Sponsors: Institutional Ethnography
Social Problems Theory

Organizer &

Presider: Christina D. Weber, North Dakota State University

Papers:

“Contested Forms of Knowledge in the Criminal-legal System: Tracing the Evolution of ‘Evidence-based Practice’ and Front-line Worker Resistance,” Nicole Kaufman, Ohio University and Megan Welsh, San Diego State University

“Resistance and Knowledge Production: Social Movements as Producers of Theory and Praxis,” Caitlin H. Schroering, University of Pittsburgh

“The Missing Memphis School,” Ivy Ken, The George Washington University

“What Can Whiteness Research Offer the Study of Masculinity?” Freeden Blume Oeur, Tufts University, Tristan Bridges, University of California, Santa Barbara and Woody Doane, University of Hartford

“Institutional Ethnography and Critical Race Feminism: Unlocking Institutional Policy,” Sarah Lewington, McGill University, Winner of the Institutional Ethnography Division’s Student Paper Competition


Date: Friday, August 9

Time: 8:30 AM - 10:10 AM

Session 013: Education and Inequality
Room: York Suite

Sponsor: Program Committee

Organizer &

Discussant: E. Brooke Kelly, University of North Carolina at Pembroke

Presider: Katie Founds, University of Kentucky

Papers:

“Social Promises of Education: Parents, Schools, and the Geographies of Success,” Richard Lofton, Jr., Johns Hopkins University and Gwendolyn Y. Purifoye, North Park University

“The Recruitment of Teachers of Color: A Critical Assessment of the Promise and the Possibilities,” Erin Baugher, University of Delaware

“‘Setting the Tone with Toilet Paper’: Educational Games and Activities as Tools for Navigating Tough Topics in the Classroom,” Katie Founds, University of Kentucky

“Crowdfunding Campaigns for School Shootings: Who are the Worthiest Victims?” Kristen R. Witzel, Andrews University