SSSP 2019 Annual Meeting

Date: Sunday, August 11

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 127: CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Neoliberalism and Globalized Labor
Room: Promenade Suite

Sponsors: Global
Labor Studies

Organizers: Ligaya Lindio McGovern, Indiana University
Noreen Sugrue, The Latino Policy Forum

Presider: Ligaya Lindio McGovern, Indiana University

Papers:

“Globalization and Empowerment of Women and Girls,” Barbara Wejnert, University at Buffalo, SUNY

“Transborder Precariousness: The Context of Precarious Employment in Mexico and the United States,” María Vignau-Loría, University of Washington and Diego Contreras-Medrano, University of Oregon

“Temporary Migrants’ Stratified Sense of Belonging: The Case of Textile Market in Dubai, United Arab Emirates,” Hee Eun Kwon, University of California, San Diego

“Becoming ‘New Immigrants’: Vietnamese Marriage Migrants in Taiwan and Their Labor Strategies,” Nga Than, The Graduate Center, CUNY

“Neoliberalism, Militarism, and the Labor Movement in the Philippines,” Ligaya Lindio McGovern, Indiana University


Date: Sunday, August 11

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 128: Issues of Gender and Sexuality in Higher Education
Room: State Suite

Sponsor: Educational Problems

Organizer &

Facilitator: Kristopher A. Oliveira, University of South Florida

Papers:

“Community as Coincidence: Exploring Queer Femme Graduate Students’ Experiences of Community,” Ashley M. Green, University of South Florida

“Open Gates, Closed Doors: The Performativity of Inclusion Policies at Gender-inclusive Women’s Colleges,” Megan Nanney, Virginia Tech

“Surging Ahead but Feeling Stupid: Gender Differences in Academic Confidence and Perceived Innate Ability,” Matthew Fleming and Pamela Aronson, University of Michigan-Dearborn

“The Gender(ed) Gap in Graduate Education: Gendered Experiences of Marriage and Family Formation among Graduate Students,” Abby Young, University of Oklahoma

“Cultural Taxation and Cultural Subsidy: An Interpretive Analysis of the Experiences of Black and Queer Higher Education Professionals,” Kristopher A. Oliveira, University of South Florida


Date: Sunday, August 11

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 129: CRITICAL DIALOGUE: High-Quality Community-Engaged Partnerships in Pedagogy and Practice
Room: Broadway Suite

Sponsors: Community Research and Development
Teaching Social Problems

Organizer &

Presider: Sarah E. Stanlick, Lehigh University

Description:  This session will focus on pedagogy, methodology, and logistics of community-engaged partnerships to engender learning and community empowerment.

Papers:

“Community-engaged Learning and the Principle of Subsidiarity: Lessons from Peru,” Kyle Woolley, Loyola University Chicago

“Illuminating Homelessness through the Applied Arts,” Charlotte Ryan, University of Massachusetts Lowell, Christine Ure and Oscar Chilabato, Johnson & Wales and Karen Jeffreys, Rhode Island Coalition for the Homeless

“Integrating Community-based Learning Projects Online and On Campus,” Christina M. Leshko, SUNY Canton

“Negotiating Research Partnerships with Community Agencies: Lessons Learned from an Innovative Capstone Seminar,” Chris Wellin, Illinois State University

“An Applied and Community-partnered Approach to Teaching Research Methods: The Development of Duke University’s Undergraduate Social Science Research Lab,” Jessica Sperling, Duke University


Date: Sunday, August 11

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 130: Organizational Responses to Poverty at the Local Level
Room: East End Suite

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

Organizer, Presider &

Discussant: William D. Cabin, Temple University

Papers:

“An Ethnographic and Street-level Perspective on Housing First’s Policy Implementation: Examples from Canada,” Dahlia Namian, University of Ottawa

“Banking on Change: Constructing Financial Meaning in a Colombian Microsavings Program,” Laura B. Doering, University of Toronto and Kristen McNeill, Brown University

“Giving Voice: Examining the Strategic Repertoire of Nonprofit Organizational Advocacy for Marginalized Populations,” Heather MacIndoe and Maria Manuella Pache de Athayde, University of Massachusetts Boston

“Housing First: Defining and Analyzing a New Treatment Paradigm for Homelessness in the United States,” Caitlin A. Carey, University of Massachusetts Boston


Date: Sunday, August 11

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 131: Work
Room: Fashion Suite

Sponsor: Program Committee

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

Presider &

Discussant: Stephanie A. Pulles, University of California, Irvine

Papers:

“Remote Work and Local Economic Development: Disembedding Companies and Reembedding Workers,” Sarah Soroui, Brandeis University

“Gender, Race, and Employment Sector: Exploring Intersectional Wage Inequality across Public and Private Sector Occupations,” Cyrus Schleifer, Claire Riggs and Ann M. Beutel, University of Oklahoma

“Immigrant Women’s Labor Force Participation across 15 Ethnic Groups: Exploring the Impact of Cultural Factors,” Elif Bulut, Florida State University

“Heterogeneity in Entrepreneurship: Using Cluster Analysis to Uncover Types of Business Activity in the United States,” Stephanie A. Pulles, University of California, Irvine


Date: Sunday, August 11

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 132: New Directions in Institutional Ethnography
Room: Fifth Avenue Suite

Sponsor: Institutional Ethnography

Organizer &

Presider: Gina Petonito, Miami University

Papers:

“Mapping Institutional Relations for Local Policy Change: The Case of Lead Poisoning in Syracuse New York,” Frank M. Ridzi, Le Moyne College and Central New York Community Foundation

“Linking Institutional Ethnography with Participatory Visual Methods,” Mitchell McLarnon-Silk, McGill University

“Using Institutional Ethnography to Advance Implementation Science Research and the Study of Context: Case Study of an Online Sexual Health Service,” Daniel Grace, University of Toronto, Oralia Gómez-Ramírez, British Columbia Centre for Disease Control, Cathy Worthington, University of Victoria and Mark Gilbert, British Columbia Centre for Disease Control

“Methodological Innovations in Institutional Ethnography: An Institutional History Approach,” Naomi Nichols and Jayne Malenfant, McGill University

“Dear Madame Speaker: I Have Some Concerns Regarding Voting,” Paul C. Luken, University of West Georgia


Date: Sunday, August 11

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 133: Shifting Policy Environments and Drug Use
Room: Lexington Suite

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

Organizer, Presider &

Discussant: Andrew J. Tatch, Mississippi State University

Papers:

“Fatal Overdose Prevention Laws: From Social Control to Social Protection,” Alexandra Glenna Olsen, University of California, Irvine

“The Unintended Impacts of Welfare Policy Change on Drug Related Harm: Evidence from Experimental Research,” Lindsey Richardson and Allison Laing, University of British Columbia, JinCheol Choi and Ekaterina Nosova, British Columbia Centre on Substance Use and Thomas Kerr, University of British Columbia

“Cannabis Conundrum: Exploratory Research on Demographic Differences in Approval of Marijuana Legalization in the US,” Kathryn L. Burnham, Erin Hudnall and Robert L. Nicewarner, West Virginia University, Winner of the Drinking and Drugs Division’s Student Paper Competition

“Up in Smoke: The Problem with Marijuana DUI’s,” Mario J. Avalos, University of California, Santa Cruz


Date: Sunday, August 11

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 134: Intersection of Indigeneity and Environmentalism
Room: Riverside Suite

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

Organizers: Marko Salvaggio, Goucher College
Thelma I. Velez, Ohio State University

Presider: Thelma I. Velez, Ohio State University

Papers:

“Journey to Standing Rock: Environmental Justice on the Frontlines,” Anne Luna-Gordinier, California State University, Sacramento

“Indigenous Sovereignty through Indigeneity: The Power of Water Epistemologies,” Doreen E. Martinez, Colorado State University

“The Land That Sustains Us: Indigenous Environmental Resistances to Safeguard the Environment,” Carrie McLachlin Leslie, University of Oklahoma

“Indigenous Pathways beyond Anthropocene Crises Decolonizing Land Governance to Nurture Biocultural Diversity and Climate Justice,” Leonardo Esteban Figueroa Helland and Abigail Perez Aguilera, The New School and Felix Mantz, Queen Mary University of London

“From Rio to the Rights of Nature: The Role of Indigenous and Environmental Activism in the Emergence of a New Paradigm,” David Heath Cooper, University of Kansas


Date: Sunday, August 11

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

Session 135: CRITICAL DIALOGUE: Mental Health and Healthcare Disparities Inside and Outside of Prison or Jail
Room: Sutton Suite

Sponsors: Crime and Juvenile Delinquency
Racial and Ethnic Minorities
Society and Mental Health

Organizer: Robert L. Peralta, The University of Akron

Presider: Eric Victory, The University of Akron

Description:  This critical dialogue will focus on physical and mental health disparities facing current and former prison/jail inmates. Health disparities, health care access, and the implications thereof for this marginalized population will be focused upon.

Papers:

“Engagement in Meaningful Occupations in Prison,” Sandra Rogers, Rutgers University

“Mental Health Illness among the Incarcerated: Case Study of Jails in Rural Arkansas,” Veena Kulkarni and Joseph Rukus, Arkansas State University

“Not Part of My Sentence: An Examination of the Flaws in Canadian Correctional Facilities,” Helen Kosc, Queen's University

“Substance Use and Violence among Former Prison Inmates: A Qualitative Study of Barriers to Health and Health Care,” Robert L. Peralta, The University of Akron, Meghan A. Novisky, Cleveland State University, James R. Carter and Nickolaus Gotsiridze, The University of Akron

“The National Survey of Healthcare in U.S. Jails: An Overview of ‘JailCare’,” Kathryn M. Nowotny, Kapriskie Seide, Carrie Hough and Marisa Omori, University of Miami


Date: Sunday, August 11

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 136: The Construction of New Life Course Theory and Its Application to Current Social Problems
Room: Vanderbilt Suite

Sponsors: Social Problems Theory
Youth, Aging, and the Life Course

Organizer &

Presider: Alicia Smith-Tran, Texas Christian University

Papers:

“The Multiple Meanings of Age: Implications for Theory and Justice,” Sasha Shen Johfre, Stanford University

“Contingent Socialization and the Process of Engagement in School,” Jaymes Pyne, Stanford University

“The Social Support Structure among Children with Incarcerated Fathers in Emerging Adulthood and Those Without,” Angelique Nevarez Maes, Texas A&M University

“Career Plans and Job Search Strategies: International Students Navigating the Transition to Work,” Yingjian Liang, Indiana University

“Post-brexit Boomer Blaming and the Construction of Generational Conflict in Britain,” Jennie K. Bristow, Canterbury Christ Church University


Date: Sunday, August 11

Time: 10:30 AM - 12:10 PM

THEMATIC

Session 137: Trans/Queer/Crip: Illuminating Bodyminds CANCELLED