Bones, Paul D.C. and Jessica Gullion (Eds). 2021. Redefining Disability: An Interdisciplinary Exploration. Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill | Sense.
Gullion, Jessica Smartt and Abigail Tilton. 2019. Researching With: A Decolonizing Approach to Community-Based Action Research. Brill Publishers (Personal/Public Scholarship Series).
Gullion, Jessica Smartt. 2021. Qualitative Methods in Health and Illness. Oxford University Press (forthcoming)
Gullion, Jessica Smartt. 2021. Writing Ethnography, 2nd edition. Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill | Sense (forthcoming)
Yang, Philip. 2020. Transnationalism and Genealogy. Basel: Switzerland: MDPI Publishers. https://doi.org/10.3390/books978-3-03921-909-4 (registering DOI)
Gullion, Jessica Smartt and Ash Watson (Guest Editors). Art/Research International. Special Issue: Fiction as Method.
Yang, Philip. 2020. Guest Editor. Transnationalism and Genealogy. A special issue of Genealogy, published by MDPI Publishers. https://www.mdpi.com/journal/genealogy/special_issues/transnationalism
Ash-Houchen, William, and Celia C. Lo. In Press. “Racial/Ethnic Differences in Illicit Substance Use: A Temporal-Ordered Test of General Strain Theory.” Journal of Drug Issues. Available online February 8, 2020.
Ash-Houchen, William, Celia C. Lo, and Tyrone C. Cheng. Forthcoming. “Gender Differences in Marijuana Use as They Relate to Asian Americans’ Health and Delinquency.” Asia Pacific Journal of Police & Criminal Justice.
Bohm-Jordan, Maggie and Philip Yang. 2020. “Determinants of Intermarriages among Foreign-Born Asians in the United States.” Marriage and Family Review. https://doi.org/10.1080/01494929.2020.1753137
Bones, Paul D. C. 2019. “S2: Try Harder.” So Fi Zine: A Sociological Fiction Publication, 5: 37.
Bones, Paul D.C. (Accepted 9/24/20). “"Sexual Citizenship and Lifetime Sexual Assault: Exploring the Risks for Sexual Minority Women with a Physical Limitation." Sociological Spectrum. 10.1080/02732173.2020.1833266
Bones, Paul D.C. and S.M. Mathew. 2020. “The Power (Threat) of White Women: A Content Analysis of Gender, Race, and Context in Police Calls on Racial Minorities in America.” Journal of Liberal Arts and Humanities, 1(7): 1-11.
Buhl, Michael. November 2020. " The Refeudalization of Housing in Texas: A Visual Approach" Urbanities 10(2).
Ellison, Vanessa. 2019. "You Know Your Speech: An Autoethnography of How Black Church Prepared Me for Public Speaking" Stir II: Onyx Magazine, England, United Kingdom.
Gale, Ken, Jonathan Wyatt, Jessica Smartt Gullion, Ninian Hou, Christopher Jeansonne, Sheridan Linnell, Melanie A. Reaves, Rosemary Reilly, Paul Rhodes. 2019. “Deleuze and Collaborative Writing in the Dance of Activism.” International Review of Qualitative Research. 12(3).
Gerling, Heather M., Williams Ash-Houchen, and Celia C. Lo. 2019. “Fractured Modernization: Cultural and Structural Predictors of Attitudes on Gender Equality.” International Review of Sociology 29(2): 260-278. Available online May 10, 2019.
Golovátina-Mora, Susan Harper, Jessica Smartt Gullion, Athina Karazogianni, and Tracy Simmons. 2020. “Global Citizenship Education and its Discontents, From the Global North to the Global South. Pp 105-126 in The Global Citizenship Nexus: Critical Studies, edited by D.D. Chapman, T. Ruiz-Chapman, and P. Elgin. New York: Routledge.
Gullion, Jessica Smartt and Jessica Williams. 2019. Creative Writing in Qualitative Inquiry. The Oxford Handbook of Qualitative Methods, edited by Patricia Leavy. Oxford Press.
Gullion, Jessica Smartt. “Writing for a Broad Audience: White Papers, Blogs, and OpEds.” 2020. In Analyzing and Interpreting Qualitative Data: After the Interview, edited by Charles Vanover and Johnny Saldaña. Los Angeles: Sage. In Press.
Gullion, Jessica Smartt. 2019. “Pathology: A Diffractive Encounter of Machine/Body.” Art/Research International. 4(1):312-321.
Gullion, Jessica Smartt. 2019. Late-Term. Science-Based Vulnerability: Scientists and Poets #RESIST, edited by Sandra Faulkner and Andrea England. Brill/Sense Press.
Gullion, Jessica Smartt. 2020. "Transforming Field Notes into Text." Pp1012-1022 in The Oxford Handbook of Qualitative Research, 2nd edition. Edited by Patricia Leavy. New York: Oxford University Press.
Harper, Susan and Jessica Smartt Gullion. 2021. “Science Put Babies in My Belly: Monstrous Motherhood in Orphan Black.” Monstrous Mothers: Troubling Tropes, edited by Abby Palko. Demeter Press, in production.
Hodson, G.J. 2020. "Modeling Types of Informal Caregivers by Gender, Primary Condition, and Relative Age." Gender and Generations: Advances in Gender Research, Vol. 31, edited by Vasilikie Demos & Marcia Texler Segal. Emerald Publishing, forthcoming.
Laurent-Simpson, Andrea, and Celia C. Lo. 2019. “The Social Construction of an Emerging Infectious Disease: Perceptions of Zika Virus on the United States CDC Facebook Page.” Sociology of Health & Illness 41(7): 1270-1288. Available online April 25, 2019.
Lo, Celia C., Heather M. Gerling, William Ash-Houchen, and Tyrone C. Cheng. In Press. “Violent Victimization, Stressful Events, and Depression: A Longitudinal Study of Young Adults in the U.S.” Community Mental Health Journal. Available online July 2, 2020.
Lo, Celia C., Jessica L. Adame, and Tyrone C. Cheng. 2020. “Explaining Chronic Illness and Self-Rated Health among Immigrants of Five Hispanic Ethnicities.” Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities 7:177–191. Available online October 25, 2019.
Lo, Celia C., Paul D. C. Bones, Tyrone C. Cheng. In Press. “What SES May Explain about Work-Related Health Limitation: A Temporal-Ordered Model.” The Social Science Journal. Available online February 27, 2020.
Lo, Celia C., Philip Q. Yang, Tyrone C. Cheng, and William Ash-Houchen. 2020. “Explaining Health Outcomes of Asian Immigrants: Does Ethnicity Matter?” Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities 7:446–457. Available online November 25, 2019.
Lo, Celia C., William Ash-Houchen, and Heather Gerling, Tyrone C. Cheng. 2020. “Data Spanning Three Decades Illustrate Racial Disparities in Likelihood of Obesity.” Ethnicity & Health 25:5: 686-701. Available online March 4, 2018.
Lo, Celia C., William Ash-Houchen, Heather M. Gerling, and Tyrone C. Cheng. 2020. “From Childhood Victim to Adult Criminal: Racial/Ethnic Differences in Patterns of Victimization–Offending Among Americans in Early Adulthood.” Victims & Offenders 15(4): 430-456.
Lo, Celia, Paul D.C. Bones, and Tyrone Cheng. 2020. “What SES May Explain about Work-Related Health Limitations: A Temporal-Ordered Model.” The Social Science Journal.
Patrick, Jesse and Philip Yang. 2019. “Health Insurance Coverage Before and After the Affordable Care Act.” Sci 1(30): 1-19. DOI: 10.3390/sci1010030
Plummer, Madyson. Accepted for Publication. “Imaginary Borders.” The Gaillardia.
Sabriseilabi, Soheil and James L. Williams. 2020. “Dimensions of Religion and Attitudes Toward Euthanasia.” Death Studies, DOI: 10.1080/07481187.2020.1800863
Sadri, Mahmoud, James L. Williams, and Danielle Barber. 2019. “Collective Adaptation to Structural Strain: Commiserating and Problem Solving in Groups.” Sociological Spectrum 39(6):392-404. DOI: 10.1080/02732173.2019.1705215
Sadri, Mahmoud. 2019. “Righteous Machismo, Weaponized” in: Zamaneh Media, a Persian language media organization based in Amsterdam, Dec. 29
Sadri, Mahmoud. 2019. “The Illusion of Regional Superiority: Iran and United Arab Emirates” in: BBC International Site, Persian Section. http://www.bbc.com/persian/blog-viewpoints-47013945
Sadri, Mahmoud. 2019. The Double-edged Sword of Prejudice: in: BBC International Site, “Observers Speak” page, Persian Section. Dec. 8.
Sadri, Mahmoud. 2020. “Kian (the Reform Intellectuals’ literary Journal) 1991-2000” in: Oxford Encyclopedia of Islam, Brill.
Sadri, Mahmoud. 2020. “Reframing Reform: Islamic Dilemma Writ Small in Iran’s Apostasy Trials” in: Freedom of Expression in Islam: Challenging Apostasy and Blasphemy Laws, Muhammad Khalid Masud, Kari Vogt, Lena Larsen, and Christian Moe (eds): London: I.B. Tauris, December 2020.
Sadri, Mahmoud. 2020. “Season’s Featured Play: A Glance at the Israeli-Emirati Accord.” in: BBC International Site, “Observers Speak” page, Persian Section. August 17.
Sadri, Mahmoud. 2020. “The Disquieting Strategic Isolation of Iran.” in: BBC International Site, “Observers Speak” page, Persian Section. August 1. https://www.bbc.com/persian/blog-viewpoints-53640656
Sadri, Mahmoud. The Cultural Trauma of Decolonization: Colonial Returnees in the National Imagination”, Ron Eyerman and Giuseppe Sciortino, (eds), Contemporary Sociology, 2020, forthcoming.
Teague, Hollie A. "Bullets and Ballots: A Comparative Case Study of Destruction, Resistance, and Reaction in 1920s Texas and Oklahoma." Great Plains Quarterly.
Virnoche, Mary E. and Grant-Panting, Alexis (2019) "Mentoring in the Middle Years: Major-Based Peer Mentors and an Experienced-Based Sociology Curriculum," IdeaFest: Interdisciplinary Journal of Creative Works and Research from Humboldt State University: Vol. 3, Article 15.
Williams, James L., Suat Cubukcu, Mahmoud Sadri, Daniel G. Rodeheaver, and Morsheda Akhter. 2020. “Social Capital and Delinquency in Bagcilar, Turkey.” International Criminal Justice Review. DOI: 10.1177/2F1057567720950425
Yang, Philip and Erica Leone. 2020. “Are Older People Really Happier Than Younger People?” Journal of Public and Professional Sociology (in press).
Yang, Philip, and Marco Mena. 2019. “Recent Trends in American Attitudes toward the Level of Immigration.” Ethnic Studies Review 42(1): 25-36. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1525/esr.2019.421003
Yang, Philip. 2019. “Immigration and Nationality Act of 1965.” Pp. 297-313 in 25 Events That Shaped Asian American History, edited by Lan Dong. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC-CLIO Publishing (7,000 words).
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