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SSS 2017 - 80th Annual Meeting
Hyatt Regency Greenville
Greenville, SC
Wednesday, March 29, 2017 7:00 AM –
Saturday, April 1, 2017 6:00 PM
Preliminary Program
Tuesday, 28 March
8:00 AM—11:00 PM
|Session 1. SSS Office Suite (Tuesday) -
AZALEA A
Wednesday, 29 March
8:00 AM—4:30 PM
|Session 2. AKD/Cengage Pre-Conference - Meeting
REGENCY BALLROOM
F, G, H
8:00 AM—11:00 PM
|Session 3. SSS Office Suite (Wednesday) -
AZALEA A
2:00 PM—6:00 PM
|Session 4. Executive Committee (Wednesday) - Meeting
BOARDROOM
4:00 PM—6:00 PM
|Session 5. Pre-Registration (Wednesday) -
ATRIUM LOBBY
4:00 PM—6:00 PM
|Session 6. On-Site Registration (Wednesday)
5:00 PM—8:00 PM
|Session 7. Welcome Reception (Co-sponsored by Cengage) -
REGENCY BALLROOM
A, B
7:00 PM—8:00 PM
|Session 8. Meet SSS Candidates - Meeting
REGENCY BALLROOM
A, B*
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ATRIUM LOBBY
Thursday, 30 March
7:00 AM—8:00 AM
|Session 9. Site Selection Committee - Meeting
BOARDROOM
7:30 AM—4:00 PM
|Session 10. Pre-Registration (Thursday) -
ATRIUM LOBBY
7:30 AM—4:00 PM
|Session 11. On-Site Registration (Thursday) -
ATRIUM LOBBY
8:00 AM—9:00 AM
|Session 12. Finance Committee - Meeting
BOARDROOM
8:00 AM—9:15 AM
|Session 13. Examining Gender Inequality Online - Paper
Session
CREPE MYRTLE
Organizers: D'Lane R Compton, University of New Orleans;
Sinikka Elliott, North Carolina State University; Gretchen
Webber, Middle Tennessee State University; Nicholas Guittar,
Valdosta State University; Maria Lowe, Southwestern University
Presider: Kaitlyne A. Motl, University of Kentucky
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8:00 AM—9:15 AM
"Discrete is so Annoying": Grindr, Discretion and 'Proper
Gay Identity' in Mississippi-- Ian M. Whalen, University
of Mississippi
How Abortion Stigma is Reinforced and Resisted on
Twitter-- Sarah E. Wagner, George Mason University
Our Queer Family Story Got Pinned-- Daniel Farr,
Kennesaw State University
"Push YourSELFIE": The Not-So-Secret Post-Feminist
Discourses of Victoria's Secret-- Kaitlyne A. Motl,
University of Kentucky; Kathleen Ratajczak, University of
Kentucky
|Session 14. Race, Gender, and Political Atitudes - Paper
Session
Organizer: Anna W. Jacobs, Vanderbilt University
Presider: Sandi K. Nenga, Southwestern University
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Racialized Politics and the Confederate Flag: Why
Society Can Never Be Color-Blind-- Deidra McCall,
Southwestern University
DOGWOOD
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8:00 AM—9:15 AM
Strangers among you: Post election and community
climate acceptance of refugees in mid-size southern
city-- Arlie Tagayuna, Lee University
Gender, Parenting, and Intergenerational Political
Belief-- Jillian Tillett, University of North Carolina-Chapel
Hill
|Session 15. Disability and Society - Paper Session
GARDENIA
Organizer: Terrence D Hill, University of Arizona
Presider: Melanie Theriault, Southwestern University
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8:00 AM—9:15 AM
"Going the Extra Mile": Experiences of Disclosure,
Accommodation, and Stigma Management among
Working Women with Disabilities-- Mairead Eastin
Moloney, University of Kentucky; Robin Lewis Brown,
University of Kentucky; Gabriele Ciciurkaite, Utah State
University
Should we say something about her sister?: Family roles
and the siblings of people with disabilities-- Melanie
Theriault, Southwestern University
Suffering in the Shadows: Interviews with Wives of
Combat Veterans Suffering from Post-Traumatic Stress
Disorder and/or Traumatic Brain Injury-- Stephanie E
Voris, New Mexico State University; Julie Steinkopf Rice,
New Mexico State University
Going Beyond Technicalities: Inclusive Education for
Students with Disabilities-- Sabrina Marks, University of
Central Florida; Marisa Lucca, University of Central
Florida
|Session 16. Race, Gender, and Work - Paper Session
Organizer: Anna W. Jacobs, Vanderbilt University
Presider: Kyla Walters, University of Massachusetts-Amherst
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Retail Management, Strategizing for Success: Gender
and Race in Retail Education -- Ilana Demantas
Cousineau, University of Kansas
Higher Education Administration: Representation of
Women and Racial Minorities at Three North Carolina
Public Universities-- Mamadi K. Corra, East Carolina
University; Ryan Talbert, Vanderbilt University;
Benjamin Wigand, East Carolina University
Racial & Gender Inequalities of the "Walking
Mannequins" in Clothing Retail Work-- Kyla Walters,
University of Massachusetts-Amherst; Joya Misra,
University of Massachusetts-Amherst
MAGNOLIA
•
8:00 AM—9:15 AM
Inequalities in Job Satisfaction over Time-- Annika
Wilcox, North Carolina State University
|Session 17. Church Structure - Paper Session
REDBUD B
Organizers: Amy M Burdette, Florida State University; Andrea
Henderson-Platt, University of South Carolina
Presider: Richard Pitt, Vanderbilt University
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8:00 AM—9:15 AM
Customers, Clients, and Constituents: Mobilizing
Resources in Religion Entrepreneurship-- Richard Pitt,
Vanderbilt University
Growing the Flock: Institutional Environments and
Congregations' Competitive Strategies -- Matthew May,
Oakland University
Butts, Budgets, and Buildings: How Religion
Entrepreneurs Frame Success-- Richard Pitt, Vanderbilt
University
Christian Stewardship: Evangelical Protestantism and
Neoliberalism in the United States-- Joshua Daniel
Tuttle, George Mason University
|Session 18. The Meanings of Racial Identities and Racist
Practices across Time - Paper Session
Organizers: Sinikka Elliott, North Carolina State University;
Maria Lowe, Southwestern University; Hephzibah Strimc-Pawl,
Manhattanville College
Presider: Kelly Glenn Godwin, North Carolina State University
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Transformation of Racism: Anti-Black Racism and
Racism against Southeast Asians in Late Colonial Korea-Jae Kyun Kim, University of Illinois, Urbana-Champaign
Pan-Identity Deferred: How the Supreme Court Shaped
American Indian Panethnic Identity in the Civil Rights
Era-- Kelly Glenn Godwin, North Carolina State
University
Passing Color, Passing Wealth? Marriage Selection and
Color Advantage in the 19th Century-- Robert L. Reece,
Duke University
Measuring Racial-Ethnic Identity Shifts across Time in a
Multiracial Community-- Thomas Brown, Virginia
Wesleyan College
REDBUD C
8:00 AM—9:15 AM
|Session 19. Racial Inequality: Structural and Ideological
Perspectives - Paper Session
REGENCY BALLROOM
A, B
Organizer: George Wilson, University of Miami
Presider: George Wilson, University of Miami
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Culture as an Attribute for Racial Inequality-- Jason
Shelton, University of Texas-Arlington
White Supremacy as Structure and Ideology-- Hephzibah
Strimc-Pawl, Manhattanville College
Trump's Silent Majority, Social Comparisons and Social
Class Identification in America-- Rashawn Ray, University
of Maryland
Race and Inequality-- Ervin (Maliq) Matthew, University
of Cincinnati
Discussant:
• George Wilson, University of Miami
8:00 AM—9:15 AM
|Session 20. Race, Ethnicity, and Health (Health Disparities
Mini-Conference) - Paper Session
REGENCY BALLROOM
F
Organizer: Verna M Keith, Texas A&M University
Presider: Verna M Keith, Texas A&M University
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8:00 AM—9:15 AM
Does Race/Ethnicity Moderate the Effects of Stressors on
Anger?-- K. Jill Kiecolt, Virginia Tech; Michael Hughes,
Virginia Tech
The Cumulative Effects of Structural and Interpersonal
Racism on Health in Middle and Late Life: A
Biopsychosocial Model-- Tyson H. Brown, Duke
University; Taylor W. Hargrove, University of North
Carolina at Chapel Hill
Everyday Discrimination, Race/Ethnicity, and Blood
Pressure in Older Adults: Evidence from the Health and
Retirement Study-- Ryon J. Cobb, University of Southern
California
Access to Assets: Race and the Health Effects of
Neighborhood Inequities in Mortgage Market
Origination-- Abigail A. Sewell, Emory University
|Session 21. Sexual Minority Health Disparities (Health
Disparities Mini-Conference) - Paper Session
Organizer: Hui Liu, Michigan State University
Presider: Debra Umberson, University of Texas at Austin
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Sexual Minority Health Disparities-- Allen J. LeBlanc, San
Francisco State University; David M. Frost, University of
REGENCY BALLROOM
G
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8:00 AM—9:15 AM
Surrey, Guildford
Marriage, Partnerships, and Health Status: Differences
by Sexual Orientation in the BRFSS-SOP -- Bridget K.
Gorman, Rice University; Justin Denney, Rice University;
Alexa Solazzo, Rice University
Health Behaviors Among Same- and Different-Sex
Coupled Adults With and Without Children-- Justin
Denney, Rice University; Jarron M. Saint Onge,
University of Kansas; Bridget K. Gorman, Rice University;
Patrick M. Krueger, University of Colorado, Denver
Economic Strain and Healthcare Access: How the
Intersection of Sexual Identity, Gender, and Race
Matters-- Ning Hsieh, Michigan State University;
Matthew Ruther, University of Louisville
|Session 22. Crime, Law, and Deviance - Paper Session
REGENCY BALLROOM
H
Organizer: Terrence D Hill, University of Arizona
Presider: Leanna Ireland, Virginia Tech
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8:00 AM—9:15 AM
Militarized Policing, Information Sharing, and
Interagency Cooperation: Can they Work Together and
Should We Care?-- Donna Sedgwick, Virginia Tech;
James Hawdon, Virginia Tech; John Ryan, Virginia Tech
Their Cries are Clearly Audible from the Troopers' Dash
Cameras: Militarized Police Forces and Body Cavity
Searches in America-- Leanna Ireland, Virginia Tech
Deterring Arrest in Adolescence and Young Adulthood:
How Families, Schools, and Peers Influence the
Likelihood of Arrest-- Monica Bixby, North Carolina State
University
The Deviance-Generating Effects of Poor General Health:
A Longitudinal Examination of General Strain Theory. -Christopher Purser, University of North Alabama;
Wesley James, University of Memphis
|Session 23. Race, Ethnicity, and Immigration Experiences Paper Session
Organizers: Sinikka Elliott, North Carolina State University;
Maria Lowe, Southwestern University; Hephzibah Strimc-Pawl,
Manhattanville College
Presider: Erin Freeman, Boston University
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Constructing Ethnic Identity: How Race Affects Ethnic
Identity among Later Generation Immigrants in the
United States-- Erin Freeman, Boston University
"A Bitter Diversion": Afro-Cuban Immigrants, Race, and
STUDIO 220 @
NOMA B, C
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8:00 AM—9:15 AM
Everyday-Life Resistance-- Monika Gosin, William &
Mary
The Effect of State-Level Contexts of Reception on
American Identification among Latinos -- Amanda
Wyant, North Carolina State University; Emily P. Estrada,
High Point University
|Session 24. Southern Justice in Laws, Deportation, and
Immigration (Mini-Conference on Southern Immigration
Destinations) - Paper Session
THINK TANK @
NOMA
Organizer: Cameron Lippard, Appalachian State University
Presider: Felicia Ann Arriaga, Duke University
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8:00 AM—9:15 AM
Migration in Context: The Effects of Immigration
Receiving Contexts on Mexican Americans-- Kim Ebert,
North Carolina State University; Brandi Leach, North
Carolina State University; Emily P. Estrada, High Point
University
"This is the Government Pulling our Family Apart":
Protecting Marriage after Deportation -- April Schueths,
Georgia Southern University
Making Race and the State: Racialization and the
Production of Anti-Immigrant Policy in Alabama -Jennifer Jones, University of Notre Dame; Hana E.
Brown, Wake Forest University
|Session 25. Social Mourning and Collective Trauma:
REDBUD A
Psycho-Social Processes for Social Mourning, Collective
Healing, and Restorative Justice (Sponsored by Sociologists for
Women in Society-South) - Panel
Organizer: Sancha Medwinter, University of
Massachusetts-Amherst
Presider: Sancha Medwinter, University of
Massachusetts-Amherst
Panelists: Swati BIRLA, University of Massachusetts-Amherst; C.
Holly Denning, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater; Sancha
Medwinter, University of Massachusetts-Amherst; Roy
Tamashiro, Webster University
8:00 AM—5:00 PM
|Session 26. Book Exhibits (Thursday) -
PREFUNCTION AREA
8:00 AM—10:00 PM
|Session 27. Trans and Gender-Nonconforming Hospitality
Suite (Thursday) -
AZALEA B
8:00 AM—10:00 PM
|Session 28. Lactation Hospitality Suite (Thursday) -
DIRECTOR ROOM
8:00 AM—10:00 PM
|Session 29. Sociology Graduate Program Fair (Thursday) -
MEZZANINE
8:00 AM—11:00 PM
|Session 30. SSS Office Suite (Thursday) -
AZALEA A
9:30 AM—10:45 AM
|Session 31. Gender Inequality at Work - Paper Session
CREPE MYRTLE
Organizers: D'Lane R Compton, University of New Orleans;
Sinikka Elliott, North Carolina State University; Gretchen
Webber, Middle Tennessee State University; Maria Lowe,
Southwestern University; Nicholas Guittar, Valdosta State
University
Presider: William Scarborough, University of Illinois at Chicago
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The Gender Pay Gap: Material and Cultural Processes at
the Macro-Level Since 1960-- William Scarborough,
University of Illinois at Chicago
Sexual Orientation, Occupations, and Earnings among
Black and White Men-- Joseph Wade Smith, University
of North Carolina-Charlotte
Success of Women Faculty: Supporting Diversity and
Addressing Inequalities through Innovative Mentoring-Amanda Koontz Anthony, University of Central Florida;
Sarah Edkin, University of Central Florida; Lisa Nalbone,
University of Central Florida; Linda Walters, University of
Central Florida
The [Human Resource Management] Revolution Will
Not Be Televised: The Rise and Feminization of Human
Resource Management and Labor Force Equity-- William
Scarborough, University of Illinois at Chicago
9:30 AM—10:45 AM
|Session 32. Political Sociology: Political Conservatism - Paper DOGWOOD
Session
Organizer: Anna W. Jacobs, Vanderbilt University
Presider: Kirk Anthony Johnson, University of Mississippi
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9:30 AM—10:45 AM
"We're Not All the Same": Levels of Conservatism and
Assimilation as Predictors for Latino Partisan Choice-Samantha Pentecost, Southwestern University
Explaining the "Rural Right": Is Rurality a Reliable
Indicator of Republican Voting?-- Paige Kelly, The Ohio
State University
African American Tea Party Supporters: Explaining a
Political Paradox-- Kirk Anthony Johnson, University of
Mississippi
|Session 33. Race/Ethnicity and Youth Development - Paper
Session
GARDENIA
Organizer: Xiaohe Xu, University of Texas at San Antonio
Presider: Sandi K. Nenga, Southwestern University
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9:30 AM—10:45 AM
The Impact of Adolescent Popularity on Adulthood
Familial and Antisocial Outcomes among
African-American Men -- Tara Elizabeth Sutton,
University of Georgia; Leslie Gordon Simons, University
of Georgia; Ronald L. Simons, University of Georgia
Do Black Children Get to be Children? The Demonization
of Black Youth in the McKinney Texas Pool Party
Incident-- Barbara Harris Combs, Clark Atlanta University
How Teenage Latinas Respond to and Resist Gender
Surveillance in a College Readiness Program-- Sandi K.
Nenga, Southwestern University
"God Loves Everyone": The Normalization of Whiteness
in Evangelical Religious Education Curricula-- Henry
Zonio, University of Kentucky
|Session 34. Work and Family - Paper Session
Organizer: Anna W. Jacobs, Vanderbilt University
Presider: Laura Beth Fitzwater Gonzales, North Carolina State
University
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For the Good of the Family: How First-Time Parents
Negotiate Labor Force Commitments and Childcare-Laura Beth Fitzwater Gonzales, North Carolina State
University
Doing the Dual-Earner Family: Mothers and Fathers
MAGNOLIA
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9:30 AM—10:45 AM
Balancing Work and Care in Sweden, the UK and the
US-- Gayle Kaufman, Davidson College; Anne Grönlund,
Umea University
Balancing the Ivory Tower: Examining the Challenges of
Work-Family Balance within the Academy-- Della
Winters, University of Tennessee-Knoxville
According to Whom? Variation in Parents' Perceptual
Penalties and Premiums in the Workplace by
Respondent Characteristics -- Kathleen Elizabeth Denny,
Trinity University; Endaisia Love, Trinity University
|Session 35. Being Agents of Change at Our Institutions,
co-sponsored by the Committee on Gender & Sexuality and
the Committee on Racial & Ethnic Minorities - Paper Session
REDBUD A
Organizer: Kylie Parrotta, Delaware State University
Presider: Kylie Parrotta, Delaware State University
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The Clothesline Project: Creating Gender Violence
Awareness through Student Participation-- Tanice Foltz,
IU Northwest
"That Kind of Stuff Doesn't Happen Here": Addressing
Gender-Based Violence on a (Predominately) Women's
College Campus-- Juliette Grimmett, Chrysalis Network;
Kris Macomber, Meredith College
Being an Ally: White Professor Tactics during Black Lives
Matter Student Campaigns-- Cameron Lippard,
Appalachian State University
Addressing Pillar One of the President's Task Force on
21st Century Policing: Building Trust & Legitimacy
between Police and Students at an HBCU-- Kylie
Parrotta, Delaware State University
Discussant:
• Kylie Parrotta, Delaware State University
9:30 AM—10:45 AM
|Session 36. Gender and Religion (Sponsored by Sociologists
for Women in Society-South) - Paper Session
Organizer: J. E. Sumerau, University of Tampa
Presider: J. E. Sumerau, University of Tampa
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Unveiling the Veil: American Muslim Women and
Identity-- JoAnna Boudreaux, University of Memphis
Mormon Feminist Activism and Ordain Women: Social
Responses to Religious Norm Defection in the Church of
Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints-- Jennifer Crow, Middle
Tennessee State University
"The Pope Compared Transgender People to Nuclear
REDBUD B
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9:30 AM—10:45 AM
Weapons": Exploring Transgender Religious Experience
in Contemporary American Society. -- J. E. Sumerau,
University of Tampa; Lain A.B. Mathers, University of
Illinois Chicago; Ryan T. Cragun, University of Tampa
Intersections of Feminism and Religion: A Comparison of
Evangelical and Wiccan Gender Norms-- Anna S. Rogers,
University of South Carolina
|Session 37. Whiteness, Racial Discourse, and Racism in the
Trump Era - Paper Session
REDBUD C
Organizers: Sinikka Elliott, North Carolina State University;
Maria Lowe, Southwestern University; Hephzibah Strimc-Pawl,
Manhattanville College
Presider: Dana Michele Greene, University of North
Carolina-Chapel Hill
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9:30 AM—10:45 AM
"Black Guns Matter": White Hijacking of Racial
Discourse in Social Media Space-- Lindsay Anne
Bouchard, William & Mary
Socially Constructing Racialization: Understanding the
Impact of Trumpism on Race and Ethnicity in the
American Diaspora-- Dana Michele Greene, University
of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
Rethinking White Supremacy-- Melvin Thomas, North
Carolina State University; Hayward Horton, SUNY
Albany; Cedric Herring, University of Maryland
Baltimore County
The Evolving Racism of Donald Trump: An Examination
of the Presidential Nominee's Shifting Style of Race
Talk-- Victor Romano, Barry University; Luigi Esposito,
Barry University
"Good Guys with Guns?": A Qualitative Analysis of
Racial Framing within Students for Concealed Carry on
Campus-- Todd Christopher Couch, Coker College
|Session 38. Intersections: Gender, Family and Health (Health REGENCY BALLROOM
Disparities Mini-Conference) - Paper Session
F
Organizer: Robin W Simon, Wake Forest University
Presider: Robin W Simon, Wake Forest University
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Informal Care Networks in the Context of
Multi-Morbidity: Size, Composition, and Informal Care
Networks in the Context of Multi-Morbidity: Size,
Composition, and Associations with Recipient
Psychological Well-Being-- Matthew A. Andersson,
Baylor University; Joan K. Monin, Yale University
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9:30 AM—10:45 AM
The Distracted Family Dinner: When Multitasking
Undermines the Psychological Benefits of Eating
Together-- Marisa Young, McMaster University; Melissa
Milkie, University of Toronto; Scott Schieman, University
of Toronto
Courtesy Stigma among Appalachian Grandparent
Caregivers-- Robin Lewis Brown, University of Kentucky
BLACK WOMAN NARRATIVE INTERRUPTED: Debunking
Mainstream Narratives about Physical Activity and
Weight-- Rashawn Ray, University of Maryland
|Session 39. Environmental Sociology and Health Disparities
(Health Disparities Mini-Conference) - Paper Session
REGENCY BALLROOM
G
Organizer: Andrew Jorgenson, Boston College
Presider: Andrew Jorgenson, Boston College
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9:30 AM—10:45 AM
Racial, Ethnic, and Class Variation in Exposure to
Environmental Toxins: A Pathway to Poor Health?-Jennifer Brailsford, University of Arizona
Is Air Pollution Obesogenic?: Associations between Air
Pollution Exposure, Obesity Prevalence, Race and
Socioeconomic Status in The United States-- Jessica
Eckhardt, Birmingham-Southern College
Occupational Environmental Exposures: The Resurgence
of Black Lung and the Fight to End Black Lung in Central
Appalachia-- Aysha A. Bodenhamer, North Carolina
State University
Bus Depots in New York City: Examining Environmental
Inequality and Health Disparities-- Rachel McKane,
Vanderbilt University
|Session 40. College Students' Attitudes toward Crime and
Deviance - Paper Session
Organizer: Barbara Harris Combs, Clark Atlanta University
Presider: Kaitlin M. Boyle, Virginia Tech
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Uncovering Hidden Bias: Factors that Contribute to
Student Attitudes toward Juvenile Delinquency-- Alize'
Dasia Mitchell, Mercer University
Traditional vs. Male Rape Myths: Investigating the
Effects of Hookup Culture Endorsement-- Timothy
Thomas Reling, Louisiana State University; Sarah Becker,
Louisiana State University
Disordered Drinking in College Populations: An Issue of
Identity?-- Emily Edwards, University of Georgia; Kaitlin
M. Boyle, Virginia Tech
REGENCY BALLROOM
H
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9:30 AM—10:45 AM
The Use and Misuse of Information Technology among
Undergraduate College Students-- Fred Wayne Gillespie,
Georgia Gwinnett College
|Session 41. Not So Color-Blind: Race in Popular Culture Paper Session
STUDIO 220 @
NOMA B, C
Organizers: Sinikka Elliott, North Carolina State University;
Maria Lowe, Southwestern University; Hephzibah Strimc-Pawl,
Manhattanville College
Presider: Kylie Parrotta, Delaware State University
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9:30 AM—10:45 AM
The Intersection of Race, Gender, and Nationality in
Sport: A Western-Centric Depiction of the Ogwumike
Sisters in the WNBA-- Manuel Zenquis, Western Carolina
University; Munene Franjo Mwaniki, Western Carolina
University
"Never been to a Blues Show" -- Black Folks, Racial
Epistemologies, and a New Development Agenda in a
Rural Southern Town-- B. Brian Foster, University of
Mississippi
Being Black in America: The Intersection of
Consciousness, Experience, and Reality-- Arelia Johnson,
Howard University
Racial Differences in Enthusiasm, Spending on Tickets
and Concession at an NBA game-- Jessica Yarnae Moore,
Winston-Salem State University
|Session 42. Race, Ethnicity, and Immigration in Dixie
(Mini-Conference on Southern Immigration Destinations) Paper Session
Organizer: Cameron Lippard, Appalachian State University
Presider: J. Scott Carter, University of Central Florida
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Discrimination in Black, White and Brown?: Exploring
Middle-Class Mexican and Dominican Immigrants'
Experiences of Discrimination in Atlanta -- Belisa
Gonzalez, Ithaca College
Asian Americans in the South -- Rosalind S. Chou,
Georgia State University
Shocks to the System: How the Demographic Shifts
Influence Immigration Attitudes in Greenville, SC -- Laura
Lopez-Sanders, University of North Carolina at Chapel
Hill; Monica McDermott, University of Illinois,
Urbana-Champaign
From Syria to the Old North State: Syrian Refugee
Resettlement in North Carolina-- Cameron Lippard,
THINK TANK @
NOMA
Appalachian State University
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9:30 AM—10:45 AM
|Session 43. Negotiating the Process of Publishing in Peer
Reviewed Academic Journals - Panel
REGENCY BALLROOM
A, B
Organizer: George Wilson, University of Miami
Presider: Christopher G. Ellison, The University of Texas-San
Antonio
Panelists: David Brunsma, Virginia Tech; Toni Calasanti, Virginia
Tech; Rory Mcveigh, University of Notre Dame; Linda Renzulli,
Purdue University
11:00 AM—12:00 PM
|Session 44. Race, Racism, and Health - Presidential Plenary
REGENCY BALLROOM
A, B
Organizer: Christopher G. Ellison, The University of Texas-San
Antonio
Presider: Ellen Idler, Emory University
Panelist: David R Williams, Harvard University
12:00 PM—1:00 PM
|Session 45. Committee Chair Orientation (President-Elect
Eduardo Bonilla-Silva) - Meeting
12:00 PM—1:00 PM
|Session 46. Graduate Student Mentoring Lunch (Lunch is not THINK TANK @
provided) - Meeting
NOMA
1:00 PM—2:15 PM
|Session 47. Teaching and Learning Outside the Classroom Paper Session
Organizer: Ken Kolb, Furman University
Presider: Linda Ann Carson, Lander University
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Teaching Applied Sociology: Lessons Learned from a
Course in Community-Based Action Research in
Baltimore-- Marina Adler, University of Maryland,
Baltimore County; Mary (Tess) Hines, University of
Maryland, Baltimore County
Teaching Two Core Courses in One Class Section-- Linda
Ann Carson, Lander University
Promote the Vote: Constructing an Understanding of the
Social Problems Process through Voter Registration
Drives-- Naomi Simmons, Newberry College
Take a Walk: Teaching Sociology through the "City as
Text ©" Method-- Matthew Cazessus, Greenville
BOARDROOM
CREPE MYRTLE
Technical College; April Dove, Greenville Technical
College
1:00 PM—2:15 PM
|Session 48. Consuming Norms: The Influence of Social Media DOGWOOD
and Media Coverage on Cultural Norms and Audience
Perspectives - Paper Session
Organizer: Amanda Koontz Anthony, University of Central
Florida
Presider: Stacy Lynn Salerno, Florida State University
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1:00 PM—2:15 PM
Immigration on Facebook: Public Opinion and the Power
of Imagery in the 2016 Presidential Election -- Stacy
Lynn Salerno, Florida State University
Social Media Consumption and Fear of Crime-- Lesley
Reid, University of Alabama; Matthew Dolliver,
University of Alabama; Jennifer Kenney, University of
Alabama; Ariane Prohaska, University of Alabama
Horror Films and their Influencing Attraction-- Destiny
Moore, University of Tennessee-Chattanooga
Transformers: Robots Disguised as American Cultural
Norms-- Selena Leonida Chaivaranon, George Mason
University
Scientific Controversies and Expertise in the News: An
International Comparison -- Cynthia Michelle Williams,
Florida State University
|Session 49. Youth and Well-Being - Paper Session
GARDENIA
Organizer: Xiaohe Xu, University of Texas at San Antonio
Presider: Eric R. Wright, Georgia State University
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Social Networks and the Mental Health of Homeless
Youth-- Eric R. Wright, Georgia State University
An Analysis of Non-traditional Intervention Programs for
At-Risk Youth-- Majdouline Ahmad Aziz, University of
South Carolina-Union; Chris Moore,
Exclusion: Relational and Cyber Aggression Based on
Gender and Sexuality-- Brett Lehman, Auburn University
at Montgomery
Children of Immigrants Educational Achievements-Eman Al-Taher, University of North Carolina-Charlotte
|Session 50. Work and Culture #1 - Paper Session
MAGNOLIA
Organizer: Anna W. Jacobs, Vanderbilt University
Presider: Emily Starr, Tulane University
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"Working in the Biz": Identity Negotiation, Stigma, and
Tipped Emotional Labor in Tending Bar-- Jacqueline
Frazer, Florida Atlantic University
"At Least I'm not Trapped": Bartenders, Occupational
Marginality, & Rebel Workplace Identities-- Emily Starr,
Tulane University
Bullwhips & Bureaucratization: The Feminization of
Zookeeping-- Alex Bailey, North Carolina State University
Making a Living as a Composer: How does Gender
Matter?-- Ju Hyun Park, Emory University
|Session 51. Religion, Gender, and Sexuality - Paper Session
REDBUD B
Organizers: Amy M Burdette, Florida State University; Andrea
Henderson-Platt, University of South Carolina
Presider: Jonathan Scott Coley, Monmouth College
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"Gender Has Its Place in the Order of God": Religion,
Black Women, and Feminist Self-Identification -- Brianne
Alexandra Painia, Louisiana State University
Theologies of Exclusion: Christian Universities,
Theological Orientations, and Discrimination against
Sexual Minorities-- Jonathan Scott Coley, Monmouth
College
Freedom of Religion as a Form of Structural and Cultural
Violence against the LGBTQ Community.-- Michelle
Dietert, Texas A&M University Central Texas
Stigma Management for Female Atheists in the South of
the United States. -- Jamie Pond, University of North
Carolina-Wilmington
|Session 52. Innovations in Teaching and Assessment - Paper
Session
Organizer: Idee Winfield, College of Charleston
Presider: JoEllen Pederson, Longwood University
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Bridging the Applied, Theoretical, and Professional: The
role of Sociology in the Mary Baldwin Model of Criminal
Justice-- Beth A Easterling, Mary Baldwin University
College Teacher Quality and Undergraduate Student
Achievement: A Systematic Review-- Jennifer Lauren
Hayward, Emory University
"You Just Have to be Aware and Use Your Imagination":
REDBUD C
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1:00 PM—2:15 PM
Student Reflections on the Sociological Imagination-Scott T. Grether, North Carolina State University; Emily
Medina, North Carolina State University; Maxine
Atkinson, North Carolina State University
Teaching Undergraduate Statistics Courses using SPSS
and R Software-- JoEllen Pederson, Longwood University
The Construction of Perceived Research Competency
among Social Science Undergraduates-- Shannon N.
Davis, George Mason University; Sarah E. Wagner,
George Mason University
|Session 53. Work, Stress, and Health (Health Disparities
Mini-Conference) - Paper Session
REGENCY BALLROOM
F
Organizer: Scott Schieman, University of Toronto
Presider: Scott Schieman, University of Toronto
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Buffering-Resource or Status-Disconfirmation? How
Socioeconomic Status Shapes theRelationship between
Perceived Under-Reward and Distress-- Atsushi Narisada,
University of Toronto
Precarious Work and Health Outcomes in Europe:
Evidence of the Protective Effects of Health Care
Spending-- Quan D. Mai, Vanderbilt University; Anna W.
Jacobs, Vanderbilt University
Why aren't the Well-Educated More Satisfied? Beyond
False Satisfaction and Unreasonable Expectations-Scott Schieman, University of Toronto
Gender Variation in the Relationships between Work
Arrangements, Sense of Control, and Depression-- Anna
W. Jacobs, Vanderbilt University; C. André
Christie-Mizell, Vanderbilt University
1:00 PM—2:15 PM
|Session 54. Religion, Spirituality, and Health (Health
Disparities Mini-Conference) - Paper Session
Organizer: Ellen Idler, Emory University
Presider: Ellen Idler, Emory University
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Religion: A Predictor of Adult Mortality Comparable to
Other Social Determinants of Health-- Ellen Idler, Emory
University
Early-Life Religious Involvement and Trajectories of
Alcohol Abuse across Adolescence and Young
Adulthood-- Matt Bradshaw, Baylor University; W.
Matthew Henderson, Baylor University; Blake Kent,
Baylor University
Religious Involvement, Illicit Drug Use, and Prescription
REGENCY BALLROOM
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Drug Misuse among Urban Mothers-- Amy M. Burdette,
Florida State University; Terrence D. Hill, University of
Arizona; Noah S. Webb, Florida State University; Jason
Ford, University of Central Florida
Go forth and Multiply...Still: The Relationship between
Religious Attendance and Fertility Expectations in Young
Adulthood -- Ashleigh Rene Hope, Vanderbilt University
Discussant:
• Linda K George, Duke University
1:00 PM—2:15 PM
|Session 55. Culture and Politics - Paper Session
REGENCY BALLROOM
H
Organizer: Anna W. Jacobs, Vanderbilt University
Presider: Arlie Tagayuna, Lee University
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Politics and Celebrity: The Evolution of the
Anti-Politician-- Mickey Elisabeth Fitzpatrick, Oglethorpe
University
The Cultural Politics of Marijuana Legalization in the
United States-- Darren Sherkat, Southern Illinois
University - Carbondale
Online Voting Platforms and the Future of Voter
Turnout-- Christine Cozette Comer, Virginia Tech
The Great Political Divide: A Qualitative Analysis of the
Impact on Cultural Values-- Glenn Coffey, WDC
Consultants
|Session 56. Race/Ethnic/Minority Relations - Paper Session
STUDIO 220 @
NOMA B, C
Organizer: Terrence D Hill, University of Arizona
Presider: Jerry Lynn Johnson Jr., East Carolina University
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Enduring Consequences of Dehumanizing Institutions:
Legacies of Chattel Slavery and Contemporary Hate
Crime Enforcement in the U.S. North and South-Matthew Hart Ward, University of Southern Mississippi
Black Lives Matter? Public Accounts of Officer's Use of
Lethal Force-- Akiv Dawson, Howard University
Coded Racetalk, the Iconic Ghetto, and White
Masculinities:A Content Analysis of a Viral Phenomenon
on Imgur.com-- Chris Julien, University of North
Carolina-Greensboro
Education Spillover Effects: Re-assessing Whites' Racial
Beliefs and Policy Attitudes -- Jerry Lynn Johnson Jr., East
Carolina University
|Session 57. Southern Expectations and Immigration
THINK TANK @
(Mini-Conference on Southern Immigration Destinations) Paper Session
NOMA
Organizer: Cameron Lippard, Appalachian State University
Presider: San Juanita Garcia, University of North
Carolina-Chapel Hill
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De-centering the Racial Middle: How Middle Class
Dominican Immigrants Use Class as a Resource to
Negotiate Identity in Georgia-- Irene Browne, Emory
University; Katharine Tatum, Emory University
Fraying Social Fabric?: Community Engagement in New
Rural Latino Destinations -- Pete Knepper, North
Carolina State University; Martha Crowley, North
Carolina State University
Transportation Access in New Destinations: A Case for
Spatial Stickiness-- Stephanie A. Bohon, University of
Tennessee, Knoxville
|Session 58. Violence against Queer People: Race, Class,
Gender, and the Persistence of Anti-LGBT Discrimination by
Douglas O. Meyer (Rutgers University Press, 2015) Author-Meets-Critics
REDBUD A
Organizer: Douglas O Meyer, University of Virginia
Presider: Douglas O Meyer, University of Virginia
Panelists: Douglas O Meyer, University of Virginia; Emily S.
Mann, University of South Carolina; Sinikka Elliott, North
Carolina State University; Tanice Foltz, IU Northwest; Patrick R
Grzanka, University of Tennessee
1:00 PM—2:15 PM
|Session 59. Gender, Family, and the 2016 Election Cycle Presidential Panel
REGENCY BALLROOM
A, B
Organizer: Christopher G. Ellison, The University of Texas-San
Antonio
Presider: David Maume, University of Cincinnati
Panelists: Catherine Harnois, Wake Forest University; Pamela
Paxton, University of Texas at Austin; W. Bradford Wilcox,
University of Virginia
1:00 PM—2:25 PM
|Session 60. Archives of the Southern Sociological Society: A PREFUNCTION AREA*
Repository of Decisions, Events, and People Affecting Sociology
in the Southern United States (Thursday) - Poster Session
Organizer: James Hougland, University of Kentucky
Presider: Ruth Bryan, University of Kentucky
2:30 PM—3:45 PM
|Session 61. Institutional Gender and Sexual Inequalities Paper Session
CREPE MYRTLE
Organizers: D'Lane R Compton, University of New Orleans;
Sinikka Elliott, North Carolina State University; Nicholas Guittar,
Valdosta State University; Gretchen Webber, Middle Tennessee
State University; Maria Lowe, Southwestern University
Presider: Carla A. Pfeffer, University of South Carolina-Columbia
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2:30 PM—3:45 PM
The Gender Gap in Physical and Life Sciences:
Masculinity, Femininity, Occupational Values, and Chilly
Climate-- Richard M. Simon, University of
Alabama-Huntsville; Kathleen Nene, University of
Alabama-Huntsville
Sexual Orientation and College Major Choice-- Richard
M. Simon, University of Alabama-Huntsville; Mia Milne,
Univesity of Alabama in Huntsville
"Just One of the Guys": Reflections on Positionality of
the Female Researcher in a Male Dominated Leisure
Community-- Virginia Katherine D'Antonio, George
Mason University
Inconsistency and Inequality in LGBTQ Housing: A Fair
Housing Study-- Melissa Ann Roberts, University of
North Carolina-Greensboro; Stephen Sills, University of
North Carolina-Greensboro
|Session 62. Political Sociology: Election 2016 - Paper Session
Organizer: Anna W. Jacobs, Vanderbilt University
Presider: Daniel Lanford, Florida State University
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So Many Millennials, So Little Votes: Insight from
Millennials on Post-Election America.-- Jacquelyn Rose
Fernandez, University of Central Florida; Amy Melissa
Donley, University of Central Florida
"What's in a Name? An Analysis of the Term 'Radical
Islamic Terrorism' and Other Muslim Rhetoric used in the
2016 American Presidential Election"-- Kara Shaner
Fitzgibbon, University of Virginia
Where Politically Correct Went Wrong-- Daniel Lanford,
Florida State University
Talking about Campaign Advertisements: How College
Students Discuss the Appearance of Political
DOGWOOD
Candidates-- Cadie Pullig, Southwestern University
2:30 PM—3:45 PM
|Session 63. Youth Development Programs - Paper Session
GARDENIA
Organizer: Xiaohe Xu, University of Texas at San Antonio
Presider: Ana LaBoy, Georgia State University
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2:30 PM—3:45 PM
Do Schools Prevent Students from Continuing a
Traditional Education after Suspension and Alternative
Placement?-- Eli Dezmond Webster, Virginia Tech
Evaluating a Police-Sponsored Youth Summer Program-Laine Briddell, Christopher Newport University
"I Want to Make the World a Better Place, and Help
People Like Me": An Examination of Resilience Measures
in the Atlanta Youth Count and Needs Assessment
2015-- Ana LaBoy, Georgia State University
"This MY recreation center!" Exploring Urban Youths'
Perceptions of a Municipally-funded Recreation Center
in Atlanta, Georgia-- Cameron Khalfani Herman,
Michigan State University
|Session 64. Sociology in Interdisciplinary Programs:
MAGNOLIA
Curriculum, Mentoring, and Working Across Schools
(Sponsored by the Committee on Sociology in Community and
Small Colleges) - Paper Session
Organizer: Marni Brown, Georgia Gwinnett College
Presider: Marni Brown, Georgia Gwinnett College
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2:30 PM—3:45 PM
Deconstructing and Recreating Sociology-Like
Programs-- Laurel Holland, Georgia Gwinnett College
Interdisplinary Programs and Sociology: A Look at the
Relationship -- Katie James, University of Southern
Mississippi
Engaging Sociology and the Arts in an Honors
Curriculum-- Susan C. Pearce, East Carolina University
Technology, Sociology, and Interdisciplinary Studies-Sheila Cotton, Michigan State University
Sociology Moving Across Campus: Where is our home?-Beth A Easterling, Mary Baldwin University
|Session 65. Gender, Marital Perceptions, and Well-Being Paper Session
REDBUD A
Organizers: C. André Christie-Mizell, Vanderbilt University;
D'Lane R Compton, University of New Orleans
Presider: Calvina Zaneta Ellerbe, University of North
Carolina-Pembroke
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2:30 PM—3:45 PM
The Influence of Perceived Marital Benefits and
Expectations on Marital Outcomes by Race-- Calvina
Zaneta Ellerbe, University of North Carolina-Pembroke
Division of household labor, perceptions of fairness, and
breadwinning: Their links and effects in determination
of married couples' marital quality and sexual
satisfaction.-- Kirsten Elizabeth Kemmerer, University of
New Hampshire
Marital Happiness and Gender Roles-- Shannon Marie
Howard, Winston-Salem State University
Separation Struggles: Deviance and Gender in the
Process of Divorce at the end of the Twentieth Century-Thomas Christopher Wolff, Washington and Lee
University
|Session 66. Religious Context and Culture - Paper Session
REDBUD B
Organizers: Amy M Burdette, Florida State University; Andrea
Henderson-Platt, University of South Carolina
Presider: Andrew Whitehead, Clemson University
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2:30 PM—3:45 PM
Situated Spirituality: Religious Engagement and
Well-Being across Cultural Boundaries-- Margaret S.
Kelley, University of Kansas; Nicholas G. Cragoe,
University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign; Elise A.G.
Duwe, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Religion and Generosity in Slavic Immigrant Churches-Nadezhda Aleksandrvna Draga, University of North
Carolina-Charlotte; Scott Fitzgerald, University of North
Carolina-Charlotte
A State-level Analysis of Religious Factors and Online
Searches for Porn-- Andrew Whitehead, Clemson
University; Samuel Perry, University of Oklahoma
|Session 67. Sociology of Education: Navigating
Marginalization in College - Paper Session
REDBUD C
Organizer: Brandon A Jackson, University of Arkansas
Presider: Stacy Lynn Salerno, Florida State University
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2:30 PM—3:45 PM
Dreams do come True, but at what Cost? Emotions
Management Strategies used by Former Undocumented
Students in College -- Stacy Lynn Salerno, Florida State
University
"They Said I Didn't Deserve it, but I Got it and Here I
am": The Experiences of African American Women in
Engineering Education -- Emily Blosser, Louisiana State
University
Catching Up: Overcoming a Deficit in Cultural Capital as
a First-Generation College Student-- Kelly McKeon,
Southwestern University
"I'm Not One of Those Kids": Military Veterans and their
Troubled Transitions to Higher Education-- Bethany
Disque, Texas Tech University
|Session 68. Socioeconomic Status and Health (Health
Disparities Mini-Conference) - Paper Session
REGENCY BALLROOM
F
Organizer: Anna Zajacova, University of Wyoming
Presider: Dustin Brown, Mississippi State University
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Does Mastery Buffer the Effects of Financial Strain on
Distress, Anger, and Sleep Problems?: A Longitudinal
Investigation -- Jonathan Koltai, University of Toronto;
Alex Bierman, University of Calgary; Scott Schieman,
University of Toronto
Adolescent Educational Profiles and Health across the
Transition to Adulthood-- Elizabeth M. Lawrence,
University of North Carolina -- Chapel Hill; Robert A.
Hummer, University of North Carolina -- Chapel Hill
Sick of our Loans: The Health Implications of Student
Debt for Student and Parent Borrowers-- Katrina M.
Walsemann, University of South Carolina
Age, Cohort, and Changing Opportunity Structures:
Educational Attainment and the Health Limitations of
White Women from 1967 to 2012-- Joseph D. Wolfe,
University of Alabama at Birmingham
Discussant:
• Dustin Brown, Mississippi State University
2:30 PM—3:45 PM
|Session 69. Neighborhoods and Crime - Paper Session
Organizer: Barbara Harris Combs, Clark Atlanta University
REGENCY BALLROOM
H
Presider: Jessica M. Doucet, Francis Marion University
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2:30 PM—3:45 PM
State Sentencing Structures, Drug Enforcement Activities
and Violent Crime in US Neighborhoods. -- Ruben
Antonio Ortiz, University of Tennessee-Knoxville
Civic Community and Homicide in Post-Katrina New
Orleans: A Necessary Reaction or a Lasting Effect?-Jessica M. Doucet, Francis Marion University
Understanding Arson through Community Resilience-Rhena Anna Victoria South, University of Central Florida
An Integrated Theoretical Perspective on Intimate
Partner Homicide Rates in Texas-- James L. Williams,
Texas Woman's University; Daniel Rodeheaver,
University of North Texas
|Session 70. Reproducing and Challenging Racial Inequalities in STUDIO 220 @
the Academy - Paper Session
NOMA B, C
Organizers: Sinikka Elliott, North Carolina State University;
Maria Lowe, Southwestern University; Hephzibah Strimc-Pawl,
Manhattanville College
Presider: Olivia Ann Johnson, University of South Florida
•
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2:30 PM—3:45 PM
Bridging the Gap: Monitoring the Emotions of Black
Girls in College Bridge Programs-- Olivia Ann Johnson,
University of South Florida
Jim Crow Sociology: W. E. B. Du Bois's Atlanta
Sociological Laboratory and it's Applied Sociology
Legacy-- Earl Wright II, University of Cincinnati
Why and How to be a Roma?: Identification Processes
and the Relationships of Power at an Affirmative Action
Institution- the Case of Roma Access Program -- Hazal
Hurman, Texas A&M University
"Waiting for Nothing to Change": Black Student
Experiences at a Predominately White Institution-- Alicia
L. Brunson, Kansas State University
|Session 71. Movin' On Up in the Academy: Feminist
Sociologists as Administrators (Sponsored by Sociologists for
Women in Society-South) - Panel
Organizer: Dianne Everett, Stetson University
Presider: Dianne Everett, Stetson University
Panelists: Norma J. Bond Burgess, Lipscomb University; Kirsten
Dellinger, University of Mississippi; Angela Lewellyn Jones, Elon
University; Dianne Everett, Stetson University; Beth Rushing,
Guilford College
REGENCY BALLROOM
A, B
2:30 PM—3:45 PM
|Session 72. On the Line: Slaughterhouse Lives and the Making THINK TANK @
of the New South by Vanesa Ribas (University of California
NOMA
Press, 2015) - Author-Meets-Critics
Organizer: Cameron Lippard, Appalachian State University
Presider: Cameron Lippard, Appalachian State University
Panelists: Vanesa Ribas, University of California-San Diego;
David G Embrick, University of Connecticut; J. Scott Carter,
University of Central Florida
2:30 PM—5:00 PM
|Session 73. Teaching Social and Behavioral Science for Health REGENCY BALLROOM
Professionals: New Opportunities for Medical Sociologists G
Workshop
Organizers: Jason Adam Wasserman, Oakland University
William Beaumont School of Medicine; Brian Hinote, Middle
Tennessee State University
Presiders: Jason Adam Wasserman, Oakland University William
Beaumont School of Medicine; Brian Hinote, Middle Tennessee
State University
Panelists: Jason Adam Wasserman, Oakland University William
Beaumont School of Medicine; Brian Hinote, Middle Tennessee
State University
3:00 PM—4:00 PM
|Session 74. Publications Committee - Meeting
BOARDROOM
4:00 PM—5:15 PM
|Session 75. Global Gender Inequalities - Paper Session
CREPE MYRTLE
Organizers: D'Lane R Compton, University of New Orleans;
Sinikka Elliott, North Carolina State University; Nicholas Guittar,
Valdosta State University; Gretchen Webber, Middle Tennessee
State University; Maria Lowe, Southwestern University
Presider: Farshad Araghi, Florida Atlantic University
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A Genealogy of Gender in the Context of Global Political
Economy-- Farshad Araghi, Florida Atlantic University;
Cherie Clark, Florida Atlantic University
Run to the Gully: Structural Escape of Jamaican Queer
Communities under the Neoliberal Turn -- Michael Lee
Stephens, Binghamton University (SUNY)
Egalitarian Gender Role Attitudes and the Probability of
Working Full Time among Married Women in East Asian
Societies-- Makiko Hori, University of
Tennessee-Chattanooga
Women as political leaders through Islamic procreative
and gender ideology between Muslims in US and Saudi
Arabia.-- Fatimah Alzahrani, University of Texas-San
Antonio
4:00 PM—5:15 PM
|Session 76. Upholding and Defying Gendered Stereotypes
across Social Spaces - Paper Session
GARDENIA
Organizer: Amanda Koontz Anthony, University of Central
Florida
Presider: Katherine Ayers, Virginia Tech
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4:00 PM—5:15 PM
Talking Topics on Twitter: Do Politicians and their
Followers Uphold or Defy Prescriptive Gender
Stereotypes on Social Media? -- Morgan Johnstonbaugh,
University of Arizona
Gucci Geishas and Tiger Moms: New Popular Culture
Imagery of Old East Asian Stereotypes-- Vy Thuc Dao,
Dickinson College
I Solemnly Swear that I am up to no Good: A Gendered
Approach to "Geek" Fandom Participation-- Steven
Nathaniel Edwards, University of North
Carolina-Charlotte
Femvertising: Commodification and Critical
Consumption of Feminism in Advertising-- Sarah
Surgeoner, Southwestern University
|Session 77. Religion, Family and Social ties - Paper Session
Organizers: Amy M Burdette, Florida State University; Andrea
Henderson-Platt, University of South Carolina
Presider: Kyle Clayton Longest, Furman University
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Grandparents, Class, and Generational Difficulties in
Family Ministry-- Kimberly P. Brackett, Auburn
University at Montgomery; David S. Feltmate, Auburn
University at Montgomery
Sunday Family Practices: Transgenerational
Transmission of Religious Behavior-- Maria Aysa-Lastra,
Winthrop University; William B. White, Winthrop
University; Endya Moten, Winthrop University
"That the Word of God not be Blasphemed': Biblical
Literalism and Workers' Income in Contemporary
America-- Jordan McMillan Rees, University of
Connecticut; Michael Wallace, University of Connecticut
Moral Communities and Sex: The Religious Influence on
Young Adult Sexual Behavior and Regret-- Kyle Clayton
Longest, Furman University; Jeremy Uecker, Baylor
University
REDBUD A
4:00 PM—5:15 PM
|Session 78. Religious Pluralism - Paper Session
REDBUD B
Organizers: Amy M Burdette, Florida State University; Andrea
Henderson-Platt, University of South Carolina
Presider: Xiuhua Wang, Baylor University
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4:00 PM—5:15 PM
Predictors of Moral and Religious Pluralism Among
American Adolescents-- Phil Davignon, Union University
Religious Context, Religiosity and Interreligious
Tolerance in Contemporary China-- Xiuhua Wang, Baylor
University
Do We Practice What We Preach?: The Correlation
between Religious Beliefs and Practices-- Laurie E.
Smith, East Texas Baptist University; Mark Miller,
Increasing Support for the Civil Liberties of Atheists in
the United States: Product of Changing Demographics?-Jeni Loftus, University of Memphis; Degan Loren,
University of Memphis
|Session 79. Studies in Sexuality - Paper Session
REDBUD C
Organizer: Terrence D Hill, University of Arizona
Presider: Kiersten Kummerow, Georgia State University
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4:00 PM—5:15 PM
Good Girls, "Bad" Sex: Representations of Kink in
Cosmo-- Kiersten Kummerow, Georgia State University
Shifts in Sexual Ideology across Time and Union
Statuses-- Megan M Jones, Florida State University
Sexual Assault, Zero Tolerance Policies, and the Gender
Climate at a Liberal Arts University-- Reginald Byron,
Southwestern University; Maria Lowe, Southwestern
University; Holly O'Hara, Southwestern University;
Dakota Cortez, Southwestern University
Competing Logics for University Sexual Assault Policy:
Gendered Logics and Victim-Friendly Policy-- Minyoung
Moon, Vanderbilt University; Allison McGrath,
Vanderbilt University; Holly McCammon, Vanderbilt
University
|Session 80. Place and Health - Paper Session
Organizers: Jennifer Augustine, University of South Carolina;
REGENCY BALLROOM
F
Shawn Bauldry, Purdue University; Andrea Henderson-Platt,
University of South Carolina
Presider: Kathryn Freeman Anderson, University of Houston
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4:00 PM—5:15 PM
There's No Place Like Home: The Effects of Public
Housing Relocation on Health Status -- Vanessa Faye
Rinker, University of Central Florida; Amy Melissa
Donley, University of Central Florida
Health Disparities as Spatial Inequality in the Regions of
Turkey-- Murat Yilmaz, Baylor University
Racial Residential Segregation and the Distribution of
Health Care Specialist Practitioners across Urban Space-Kathryn Freeman Anderson, University of Houston
A Comparative Study of Self-Rated Health and
Neighborhood Environment in Mainland China, Japan
and South Korea-- Jing Liu, Clemson University; Ye Luo,
Clemson University; William Haller, Clemson University;
Brenda Vander Mey, Clemson University; Ellen
Granderg, Clemson University
|Session 81. Cyber Crime and Society - Paper Session
Organizer: David Maimon, University of Maryland, College Park
Presider: David Maimon, University of Maryland, College Park
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Honor Code Signatures and the Volume of Copyright
Complaints against University Students: Initial Findings
from A Campus Wide Trial -- Sarah Appleby, University
of Maryland, College Park; David Maimon, University of
Maryland, College Park; Amy Ginther, University of
Maryland, College Park
Situational Factors as Determinants of Public WI-FI
Users Online Behaviors-- Michael H. Becker, University of
Maryland, College Park; David Maimon, University of
Maryland, College Park; Sushant Patil, University of
Maryland, College Park
Predictably Deterrable? The Case of System
Trespassers-- David Maimon, University of Maryland,
College Park; Alexander Testa, University of Maryland,
College Park; Bertrand Sobesto, University of Maryland,
College Park; Michel Cukier, University of Maryland,
College Park; Wuling Ren, Zhejiang Gongshang
University
"Is This Item Still Available for Sale?" Online Deception
and Situations Conducive to the Progression of Online
Advanced Fee Fraud Attempts-- Mateus Santos,
University of Maryland, College Park; David Maimon,
University of Maryland, College Park; Youngsam Park,
Yahoo
REGENCY BALLROOM
H
4:00 PM—5:15 PM
|Session 82. The Effect of Place and Location on Race and
Racism - Paper Session
STUDIO 220 @
NOMA B, C
Organizers: Sinikka Elliott, North Carolina State University;
Maria Lowe, Southwestern University; Hephzibah Strimc-Pawl,
Manhattanville College
Presider: Susan C. Pearce, East Carolina University
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4:00 PM—5:15 PM
Associations between Perceived Discrimination and
Subjective Quality of Life among Americans-- Shayla
Warren, Winthrop University; Maria Aysa-Lastra,
Winthrop University
Hurricane Matthew, Inequality, and a Tale of Two Cities:
Princeville and Tarboro -- Susan C. Pearce, East Carolina
University; Mamadi K. Corra, East Carolina University;
Thea Cox, East Carolina University; Katherine Basile, East
Carolina University; Thomas Hennessey, Eastern
Carolina University
Ethno-Racial Diversity and Racial Hierarchy in
Neighborhood Opportunity-- Tessa Permut, North
Carolina State University
(In)Consistent Discrimination: Racial Ambiguity and
Racial Discrimination across Social Contexts-- Allan P
Farrell, Rice University
|Session 83. Politics, Rights, and Immigrants - Paper Session
Organizer: Kim Ebert, North Carolina State University
Presider: Majdouline Ahmad Aziz, University of South
Carolina-Union
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In-between Citizen and Foreigner: Korean Minorities
from Japan in the South Korea's Diaspora Engagement-Shincha Park, Binghamton University
The Rise of External Voting in the Bahamas-- Jamiko
Vandez Deleveaux, University of Texas-San Antonio
The Status of Refugees in Lebanon: Challenges and
Opportunities for the Lebanese Government and Civil
Society Organizations.-- Majdouline Ahmad Aziz,
University of South Carolina-Union; Christine Moore,
University of North Carolina-Charlotte
Education as a Human Right for Unaccompanied
Children Refugees -- A Comparative Study between
Great Britain and France's Policy Change and the
Influence of the Media-- Sabina Foisor, Texas Tech
University
THINK TANK @
NOMA
4:00 PM—5:15 PM
|Session 84. Environmental Justice Symposium: Expert Panel
Session and Tour - Panel
MAGNOLIA
Organizer: Kenneth L Robinson, Clemson University
Presider: Kenneth L Robinson, Clemson University
Panelists: Brad Wyche, Upstate Forever; Harold Mitchell, SC
House of Representatives; Leslie Fields, Sierra Club; Angela Park,
Self-employed consultant
4:00 PM—5:15 PM
|Session 85. SWS-South Early Career Gender Scholar Award
REGENCY BALLROOM
Winner Session: Panel on Transgender Scholarship and
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Experience in Sociology (Co-sponsored by SWS-South and the
SSS Committee on Sociological Practice and the Committee on
Gender and Sexuality) - Panel
Organizers: J. E. Sumerau, University of Tampa; Tiffany Taylor,
Kent State University
Presider: Tiffany Taylor, Kent State University
Panelists: J. E. Sumerau, University of Tampa; stef shuster,
Appalachian State University; Victoria Ruth Eaton, University of
North Carolina-Wilmington; Austin H. Johnson, Kent State
University
4:00 PM—5:15 PM
|Session 86. Social Currents Editorial Board - Meeting
DOGWOOD
5:30 PM—6:45 PM
|Session 87. Racial Patterns in U.S. Incarceration, 1978-2014 Presidential Plenary
REGENCY BALLROOM
A, B
Organizer: Christopher G. Ellison, The University of Texas-San
Antonio
Presider: David Maimon, University of Maryland, College Park
Panelist: Pamela E Oliver, University of Wisconsin
5:30 PM—7:30 PM
|Session 88. Sociologists for Women in Society-South & SSS
OFF-SITE EVENT
Committee on Gender & Sexuality "Gender Benders" Happy
Hour Fundraising Event @ SIP Tasting Room & Rooftop Lounge
on Thursday, March 30th from 5:30pm to 7:30pm - Meeting
Organizer: Mandi Barringer, University of Central Florida
8:00 PM—10:00 PM
|Session 89. Student Mixer and Candidate Meet and Greet @
Barley's on Thursday March 30 from 8:00pm to 10:00pm -
OFF-SITE EVENT*
Friday, 31 March
7:30 AM—4:00 PM
|Session 90. Pre-Registration (Friday) -
ATRIUM LOBBY
7:30 AM—4:00 PM
|Session 91. On-Site Registration (Friday) -
ATRIUM LOBBY
8:00 AM—9:15 AM
|Session 92. Political Sociology and Policy Matters - Paper
Session
CREPE MYRTLE
Organizer: Anna W. Jacobs, Vanderbilt University
Presider: Natalie Delia Deckard, Davidson College
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8:00 AM—9:15 AM
The Carceral State, System Avoidance and Bare Life: The
Effect of Immigration Policy and Policing on the
Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children-- Natalie
Delia Deckard, Davidson College
Institutionalism and the State: Interest Group Politics in
the Field of Healthcare Policy in the United States-Saiful Islam, Southern Illinois University - Carbondale
The Relationship between Considering International
Terrorism as a Threat to the Vital Interests of the United
States and Attitudes towards the United States' Role in
Foreign Issues-- Soheil Sabriseilabi, Texas Woman's
University
|Session 93. Inequality, Poverty, and Mobility - Paper Session
DOGWOOD
Organizer: Terrence D Hill, University of Arizona
Presider: Cihan Aydiner, Louisiana State University
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8:00 AM—9:15 AM
Keeping it Classy: Social Strategies for Assimilating to an
Assumed Upper Class -- Callie Ann Cleckner, Wake Forest
University
Poverty, Material Hardship, and Access to Routine
Assistance from Family and Friends-- Colin Campbell,
East Carolina University
Wealth, Race, and Place: How Neighborhood
Disadvantage from Adolescence to Middle Adulthood
Affects Wealth Inequality and the Racial Wealth Gap at
Age 50-- Brian Louis Levy, University of North
Carolina-Chapel Hill
The Structure of Poverty and Inequality of Syrian
Refugees in Turkey-- Cihan Aydiner, Louisiana State
University
|Session 94. Studies in Political Sociology - Paper Session
GARDENIA
Organizer: Terrence D Hill, University of Arizona
Presider: Timothy M Gill, Tulane University
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8:00 AM—9:15 AM
#POTUS: How A College Student's Socioeconomic Status
Influences their Perspectives on Barack Obama's
Legacy-- Nicole Hyman and Laurin Bixby, Furman
University
"Othering" versus "Outsidering" in the 2016 Presidential
Campaigns-- Daniel Lanford, Florida State University
Political Sociology and the WikiLeaks Database-Timothy M Gill, Tulane University
|Session 95. Studies in Military Sociology - Paper Session
MAGNOLIA
Organizer: Terrence D Hill, University of Arizona
Presider: Andrew Davis, University of Arizona
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8:00 AM—9:15 AM
Lonely at War: Social Isolation and Treachery in Civil
Conflict-- Andrew Davis, University of Arizona
Hammer and Anvil: Institutional and Entrepreneurial
Factors in the Emergence of Private Military and
Security Companies-- Joseph Reynolds Bongiovi,
University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
Patterns of Insurgent Violence Directed against Civilians
in Co-ethnic, Mixed Ethnic and Enclave Communities
during the Iraq Conflict-- Stephen Poulson, James
Madison University
|Session 96. Studies in Education - Paper Session
Organizer: Terrence D Hill, University of Arizona
Presider: Kaleea Regina Lewis, University of South Carolina
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A Seat at the Table: African American College Students'
Perspectives on Diversity and Inclusion Initiatives-Kaleea Regina Lewis, University of South Carolina; Emily
S. Mann, University of South Carolina
Racial and Ethnic Disparities in the Efficacy of
Undergraduate STEM Intervention Programs -- Emily
Daina Saras, Florida State University
The Student "Investor" and the Risks Associated with
Higher Education Debt-- Hannah McQueen, North
Carolina State University
Navigating the Educational Marketplace: Anxiety,
Ambivalence, and the Neoliberal Script-- Max Cuddy,
University of Illinois-Chicago
REDBUD A
8:00 AM—9:15 AM
|Session 97. Adversity across the Life Course - Paper Session
REDBUD C
Organizer: Terrence D Hill, University of Arizona
Presider: Ye Luo, Clemson University
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8:00 AM—9:15 AM
Worried Sick? The Transition to Adulthood and its Toll on
African American Mothers' Health-- Ashley Barr,
University at Buffalo
Sticks, Carrots, and Sermons: How states can improve
elder care by pairing powers and partners and learning
from the early childhood sector.-- Thomas R Konrad,
University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
The Impact of Spousal Health on Loneliness among
Older Adults: A Longitudinal Study-- Ye Luo, Clemson
University
Using Photo-Enhanced Food Diaries and Photo
Elicitation for Research-- Marie C. Gualtieri, North
Carolina State University
|Session 98. Cultural Expectations Around Reproductive
Decisions (Reproduction and Inequalities Mini-Conference) Paper Session
Organizers: Shannon K Carter, University of Central Florida;
Theresa Morris, Texas A&M University; Miranda Waggoner,
Florida State University; Carrie L Smith, Millersville University
Presider: Sierra A Schnable, University of Florida
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Intensive Mothering during Pregnancy: The Case of
Surrogacy-- Heather Jacobson, The University of Texas at
Arlington
Stability and Change in Personal Ideal Number of
Children among U.S. Women-- Colleen M. Ray,
University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Sela R. Harcey,
University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Stacy Tiemeyer,
University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Julia McQuillan,
University of Nebraska-Lincoln; Arthur L. Greil, Alfred
University
"Everybody is different (but I'm scared)": An Exploratory
Study of The Role of Birth Stories in Shaping
Expectations for Childbirth among Primiparous
African-American Women-- Michelle
Reissig, Elon
University; Cynthia Fair, Elon University
Teaching Reproduction/Reproducing Inequality:
School-Based Sexuality Education and Racial Hierarchy
in Mississippi Schools-- Sarah E. Pellegrine, Mississippi
State University
REGENCY BALLROOM
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8:00 AM—9:15 AM
|Session 99. Coalition-Building in Social Movements - Paper
Session
REGENCY BALLROOM
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Organizers: Kenneth T Andrews, University of North
Carolina-Chapel Hill; Kirk A Johnson, University of Mississippi
Presider: Amanda Pullum, Duke University
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8:00 AM—9:15 AM
Are We All in This Together? Teachers' Unions in
Cross-Movement Coalitions-- Amanda Pullum, Duke
University
Culture, Citizenship, and Protest: Why Latinos
Participated in the 2006 Spring Immigrant Rights
Marches-- David Sikkink, University of Notre Dame;
Kraig Beyerlein, University of Notre Dame
Factors that Influence Cross-Movement Participation of
SMO Leaders-- Jacqueline Zanne Atchison, Mercer
University
New Dimensions to Intersectional Theory: The Case of
the North Dakota Access Pipeline-- Anne Catherine
Saville, University of Florida
|Session 100. Social Theory: Classical and Contemporary
Perspectives (Theory Mini-Conference) - Paper Session
THINK TANK @
NOMA
Organizer: Harry F. Dahms, University of Tennessee-Knoxville
Presider: Michael J. Thompson, William Paterson University
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Dualistic Notions in Social Theory from Descartes to
Giddens: A Critique-- Jeffrey Halley, University of
Texas-San Antonio; Timothy Haverda, University of
Texas-San Antonio
Bullshit as a Problem of Social Epistemology-- Joshua C.
Wakeham, University of Alabama-Tuscaloosa
Punishment as Profit: Alienation, Anomie and the
Criminal Justice Apparatus -- Bethany Nelson, University
of Tennessee-Knoxville
What Makes a Society Risky and an Accident Normal: A
Political Economic Critique of Ulrich Beck, Anthony
Giddens, and Charles Perrow -- Nikhilendu Deb,
University of Tennessee-Knoxville
|Session 101. Tools and Tips for Facilitating Difficult Dialogues REDBUD B
in the Undergraduate Sociology Classroom - Panel
Organizer: Stephanie McClure, Georgia College & State
University
Presider: Stephanie McClure, Georgia College & State University
Panelists: Stephanie McClure, Georgia College & State
University; Sara Doude, Georgia College & State University;
Bradley Koch, Georgia College & State University; Hersheda
Patel, Georgia State University
8:00 AM—9:15 AM
|Session 102. Multiracialism and Its Discontents: A
Comparative Analysis of Asian-White and Black-White
Multiracials by Hephzibah V. Strmic-Pawl (Lexington Books,
2016) - Author-Meets-Critics
REGENCY BALLROOM
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Organizer: Anthony Peguero, Virginia Tech
Presider: Anthony Peguero, Virginia Tech
Panelists: Hephzibah Strimc-Pawl, Manhattanville College;
Kendra Jason, University of North Carolina-Charlotte; Brandon A
Jackson, University of Arkansas; Cameron Lippard, Appalachian
State University
8:00 AM—9:15 AM
|Session 103. SWS-South Business Meeting - Meeting
STUDIO 220 @
NOMA B, C
8:00 AM—10:45 AM
|Session 104. Executive Committee (Friday) - Meeting
BOARDROOM
8:00 AM—5:00 PM
|Session 105. Book Exhibits (Friday) -
PREFUNCTION AREA
8:00 AM—10:00 PM
|Session 106. Trans and Gender-Nonconforming Hospitality
Suite (Friday) -
AZALEA B
8:00 AM—10:00 PM
|Session 107. Lactation Hospitality Suite (Friday) -
DIRECTOR ROOM
8:00 AM—10:00 PM
|Session 108. Sociology Graduate Program Fair (Friday) -
MEZZANINE
8:00 AM—11:00 PM
|Session 109. SSS Office Suite (Friday) -
AZALEA A
9:30 AM—10:45 AM
|Session 110. Bernie, Hillary and The Donald: Making Sense of CREPE MYRTLE
the 2016 Election Cycle - Paper Session
Organizer: Idee Winfield, College of Charleston
Presider: Idee Winfield, College of Charleston
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9:30 AM—10:45 AM
"He's Speaking to Me": Trumpsters' Construction of
Political Support-- Pierce Dignam, Florida State
University; Benjamin Dowd-Arrow, Florida State
University; Kristen Erichsen, Florida State University;
Doug Schrock, Florida State University
Bernie, Hillary and The Donald: How Millennial College
Students Perceived 2016 Candidate Leadership
Qualities-- Idee Winfield, College of Charleston; Tracy
Burkett, College of Charleston
Angry White Men and Media-- Andrew Burns, Louisiana
State University
Presidential Election 2016: What the Hell Went Wrong?
-- Brigitte U. Neary, University of South Carolina Upstate
Political White Saviors: White Candidates and Black
Citizens in Democratic Campaign Advertisements-Maryann Erigha, University of Memphis; Anthony
Jerome Stone Jr., University of Memphis
|Session 111. Studies in Mass Media - Paper Session
DOGWOOD
Organizer: Terrence D Hill, University of Arizona
Presider: Peter P. Nieckarz, Jr., Western Carolina University
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Narratives of a Dying Woman: Contentious Meaning at
the End of Life-- Simone Rambotti, University of Arizona
Media Analysis of the Heroin Epidemic-- Cheri
Chambers, Saint Leo University; Denise L. Bissler,
Randolph-Macon College
Down Home Radio: Programming Differences between
Rural and Urban NPR Stations -- Peter P. Nieckarz, Jr.,
Western Carolina University; Anthony A. Hickey,
Western Carolina University
Diagram of a Darknet: Exploring the Characteristics of
an Anonymous Space Online-- Roderick Graham, Old
Dominion University; Brian Pitman, Old Dominion
University
|Session 112. Studies in Qualitative Methodology - Paper
Session
Organizer: Terrence D Hill, University of Arizona
GARDENIA
Presider: Anthony Kwame Harrison, Virginia Tech
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9:30 AM—10:45 AM
"Make Sociology Great Again": Reflecting on the
Failures of 2016 Presidential Election Polling-- Anthony
Kwame Harrison, Virginia Tech
Doing Qualitative Research Online: Lessons from the
Field-- Adrienne Trier-Bieniek, Valencia College
Sociology and Social Work Undergraduates' Reflections
on Participating in a Research Project on Campus Sexual
Assault and Misconduct-- Sarah Donley, Jacksonville
State University
Impacting Communities through Community Based
Participatory Research-- Nicola Davis Bivens, Johnson C.
Smith University; Anita Bledsoe-Gardner, Johnson
C.Smith University; Deborah Brown Quick, Johnson C.
Smith University
|Session 113. Sociology of Education: Understanding the
Experiences of Less Advantaged Students - Paper Session
REDBUD A
Organizer: Jennifer Augustine, University of South Carolina
Presider: Melanie Sberna Hinojosa, University of Central Florida
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9:30 AM—10:45 AM
First Generation Students' Logics and Strategies of
Action around Social Networking-- Julia Marie Miller,
University of Kentucky
Migration, Remittance, and Education in Chitwan Valley,
Nepal-- Mark J Schafer, Louisiana State University;
Krishna Paudel, Louisiana State University
Relationship between Adverse Childhood Experiences
and Barriers to Academic Success in College-- Kyle
Sellers, University of Central Florida; Melanie Sberna
Hinojosa, University of Central Florida; Ramon Hinojosa,
University of Central Florida; Jenny Nguyen, Decision
Information Resources Inc.; Heba Elassar, University of
Central Florida
|Session 114. Sexual and Family Relations Across the Life
Course - Paper Session
Organizer: Terrence D Hill, University of Arizona
Presider: Roma Hanks, University of South Alabama
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Sexy Seniors Aren't Geezers: Redrawing the Boundaries
of Old Age-- Sadie Giles, Virginia Tech
Chronic Inflammation and Perceived Sexual Obligation:
Contrasting Pathology with Diagnosis -- Alexandra C.H.
Nowakowski, Florida State University; Katelyn Y. Graves,
REDBUD C
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9:30 AM—10:45 AM
Florida State University; Alexandra R. Raphael, Florida
State University; J. E. Sumerau, University of Tampa
The Influence of Gendered Patterns in Housework on
Mid- to Later Life Marital Quality-- Rebecca A.
Redmond, Lenoir-Rhyne University
"Not Your Daddy's Disaster: Intergenerational
Differences and Multi-Generational Perspectives on
Three Disasters in the Deep South"-- Roma Hanks,
University of South Alabama; Candace Bright, University
of Southern Mississippi; Edward Sayre, University of
Southern Mississippi
|Session 115. Minority Neighborhood Conceptions: Residential REGENCY BALLROOM
Mobility and Neighborhood Change - Paper Session
A, B
Organizer: Sancha Medwinter, University of
Massachusetts-Amherst
Presider: Melissa J. Garcia, University of Missouri-St. Louis
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9:30 AM—10:45 AM
Identifying the Spatial Patterns of Neighborhood
Change in St. Louis, Missouri from 1980-2010-- Melissa
J. Garcia, University of Missouri-St. Louis
Mirage in the New Black Mecca? Politics and the
Achievement Gap in Black Suburbia in the South -Jerome Ellis Morris, University of Missouri St. Louis
Investigation of Decision Making of Individuals
Purchasing a House-- Richard Moye, Winston-Salem
State University
Neighborhood Study in Memphis, TN-- Melissa J. Garcia,
University of Memphis
|Session 116. Stratified Reproduction over the Life Course
(Reproduction and Inequalities Mini-Conference) - Paper
Session
Organizers: Shannon K Carter, University of Central Florida;
Theresa Morris, Texas A&M University; Miranda Waggoner,
Florida State University; Carrie L Smith, Millersville University
Presider: Michelle
Reissig, Elon University
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Stratified Reproduction and Infertility: A Review-- Arthur
L. Greil, Alfred University; Julia McQuillan, University of
Nebraska-Lincoln; Karina M. Shreffler, Oklahoma State
University
LARC or Bust? A Critical Discourse Analysis of Public
Education Campaigns Promoting the Use of Long-Acting
Reversible Contraceptives (LARC)-- Emily S. Mann,
University of South Carolina; Patrick R. Grzanka,
REGENCY BALLROOM
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9:30 AM—10:45 AM
University of Tennessee; Travis Wagner, University of
South Carolina
Paradox Lost on the U.S.-Mexican Border: U.S. Latinas
and Cesarean Section Rates-- Theresa Morris, Texas
A&M University; Amanda Gomez, Texas A&M
University; Christine Morton, Stanford University;
Miriam Naiman-Sessions, Carroll College
Reproductive Regimes: State-Level Regulations and
Vaginal Birth After Cesarean in the United States-Louise M. Roth, University of Arizona
|Session 117. Forces of Disruption: Communication and
Conflict in Social Movements - Paper Session
REGENCY BALLROOM
G
Organizers: Kenneth T Andrews, University of North
Carolina-Chapel Hill; Kirk A Johnson, University of Mississippi
Presider: Alison E. Adams, University of Florida
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Retweeting in an Echo Chamber: A Network Analysis of
the #NeverTrump and #NeverHillary Movements Across
Twitter-- Shawn Edward Gaulden, Florida State
University
Ecology Movements, State and Neoliberal
Governmentality: The Tactics of Taming Protest -- Silpa
Satheesh, University of South Florida
Discursive Obstruction and the Vilification of Grassroots
Environmental Activists-- Alison E. Adams, University of
Florida; Thomas E. Shriver, North Carolina State
University; Laura A. Bray, North Carolina State University
Trolling Social Movements: An Investigation of
Movement/Countermovement Dynamics throughOnline
Social Movement Campaigns-- Jessi Grace, Florida State
University
|Session 118. Courts and Justice - Paper Session
Organizer: Michael O Maume, University of North Carolina,
Wilmington
Presider: Sven Smith, Stetson University
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Effects of Public Defense Funding on Case Outcomes at
the County Level-- Rachel Emerson McKay, Davidson
College
Criminal Clemency: The Effect of Criminal Defense Work
on the Tolerance of Attorneys-- Brittany Sharon
Kovalskaya, Stetson University; Sven Smith, Stetson
University
Decisions and Rationales: A Comparison between Lay
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and Judicial Decision Making in Negligence Cases-- Sven
Smith, Stetson University; Steven Smallpage, Stetson
University
I Am "100% Sure" I Am Being Manipulated-- Alan
Michael Hinderleider, Stetson University; Sven Smith,
Stetson University
|Session 119. Contemporary Racial Attitudes in America Paper Session
STUDIO 220 @
NOMA B, C
Organizer: J. Scott Carter, University of Central Florida
Presider: J. Scott Carter, University of Central Florida
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Political Correctness: A Genuine Concern for Discussion
or Slippery Language Rooted in Racial Resentment?-- J.
Scott Carter, University of Central Florida; J Micah Roos,
Oklahoma State University
White Privilege: Conservative Zeal or Racial
Resentment?-- Josie Condon, University of Central
Florida; J. Scott Carter, University of Central Florida; J
Micah Roos, Oklahoma State University
Group Identification: The Base behind Racial
Resentment?-- Ailey Ellsworth, University of Central
Florida; J Micah Roos, Oklahoma State University; J.
Scott Carter, University of Central Florida
Revisiting White American's Policy Preferences in the
"Post-Racial" Age-- Tyrone Forman, University of
Illinois-Chicago; Danny Lambouths, University of
Illinois-Chicago
Discussant:
• Cameron Lippard, Appalachian State University
9:30 AM—10:45 AM
|Session 120. Job Search Strategies for Small and Community
Colleges - Panel
REDBUD B
Organizer: Jason Milne, Longwood University
Presider: Jason Milne, Longwood University
Panelists: Amy Dellinger Page, Appalachian State University;
Aaron Culley, Wingate University; Steven Seiler, Tennessee Tech
University; Virginia Rothwell Beard, Longwood University
9:30 AM—10:45 AM
|Session 121. The Concept of the Social in Uniting the
Humanities and Social Sciences by Michael E. Brown
(Philadelphia: Temple University Press, 2014) Author-Meets-Critics
THINK TANK @
NOMA
Organizer: Jeffrey Halley, University of Texas-San Antonio
Presider: Rhiannon Leebrick, Wofford College
Panelists: Michael E. Brown, Northeastern University; Michael J.
Thompson, William Paterson University; Jeffrey Halley,
University of Texas-San Antonio; Harry F. Dahms, University of
Tennessee-Knoxville
9:30 AM—10:45 AM
|Session 122. Graduate Student Professionalization
Workshops: Mentoring, Publishing, and Preparing for the
Academic Job Market - Workshop
MAGNOLIA
Organizer: Irene Browne, Emory University
Presider: Anthony Peguero, Virginia Tech
Panelists: Antonio Peguero, Virginia Tech; Jenna A. Lamphere,
The University of Tennessee; Kyla Walters, University of
Massachusetts-Amherst; J. E. Sumerau, University of Tampa;
Rebecca A. Redmond, Lenoir-Rhyne University; Andrew
Mannheimer, Vanderbilt University
10:00 AM—10:45 AM
|Session 123. Meet SSS Authors - Meeting
PREFUNCTION AREA*
11:00 AM—12:00 PM
|Session 124. The Racialization of Immigrants and a Glimpse
into the Trump Era - Presidential Plenary
REGENCY BALLROOM
A, B
Organizer: Christopher G. Ellison, The University of Texas-San
Antonio
Presider: Terrence D Hill, University of Arizona
Panelist: Rogelio Saenz, University of Texas at San Antonio
1:00 PM—2:15 PM
|Session 125. Sociology of Sports - Paper Session
Organizer: Terrence D Hill, University of Arizona
Presider: Derek M.D. Silva, University of South Carolina
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Who Needs Drug Tests Anymore? An Examination of
Social Media as Contemporary Anti-Doping
Surveillance-- Tyler Thompson, Western Carolina
University; Ophir Sefiha, Western Carolina University
Student-Athlete Satisfaction with Athletic Department
Services at a Division I Intercollegiate Institution of
Higher Education-- Jamie Bigby, Western Carolina
University; Kathleen Brennan, Western Carolina
University
In Search of a Five Star: The Centrality of Body
CREPE MYRTLE
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1:00 PM—2:15 PM
Discourses in the Scouting of High School Football
Athletes-- Derek M.D. Silva, University of South Carolina;
William Cipolli, Colgate University; Roy Bower,
University of South Carolina
When is a Behavior Considered Cheating?: Conditions
Impacting Perceptions of Cheating by Self and Others-Gretchen Peterson, University of Memphis
Implications of the Summer Olympics: A Look at
Economic Factors-- Allison Taylor, University of
Tennessee-Chattanooga
|Session 126. Constructing Communities through Locality and DOGWOOD
Global Citizenship - Paper Session
Organizer: Amanda Koontz Anthony, University of Central
Florida
Presider: Amy Jonason, Furman University
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Constructing Locality: Cultural Embeddedness in a Craft
Beer Market-- Nathan A. Roberts, North Carolina State
University
The Hospitable South: Religion, Politics, and Belonging
in a Southern Community-- Betsie Garner, University of
Pennsylvania
Futures in Conflict: Defining and Negotiating Sustainable
Community in Two Civic Projects-- Amy Jonason, Furman
University
Study Abroad as Postcolonial Dark Tourism?: Mitigating
Pedagogical Challenges-- Hiroko Hirakawa, Guilford
College; Naadiya Hasan, Guilford College
|Session 127. The Green Economy and Local Food Systems:
Path to Economically Sustainable Communities or Cultural
Reproduction of Elite Habitus? - Paper Session
Organizer: Sancha Medwinter, University of
Massachusetts-Amherst
Presider: James N. Maples, Eastern Kentucky University
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Keeping the Rocks Clean: Leave No Trace Adherence
among Rock Climbers in the Red River Gorge-- James N.
Maples, Eastern Kentucky University; Ryan Sharp,
Kansas State University; Katherine Gerlaugh, University
of Tennessee-Knoxville; Braylon Gillespie, University of
Kentucky
How Cultural Capital Shapes Local Food Access:
Proximity, Race, and Class in Local Food System
Inequalities-- Shawn Alan Trivette, University of
GARDENIA
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1:00 PM—2:15 PM
Tennessee-Chattanooga; Shannon McCarragher,
University of Tennessee-Chattanooga
How do Local Food Systems Operate as Sites of Inclusion
and Exclusion? Examining Proximity, Race, and Class -Lindsey Marie Garland, University of
Tennessee-Chattanooga; Jimmy Urciuoli, University of
Tennessee-Chattanooga
Resisting the Label: Challenging "Social Vulnerability" in
an Urban Community Garden-- Diamond Holloman,
University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
|Session 128. Economic Inequality - Paper Session
MAGNOLIA
Organizer: Jessi Streib, Duke University
Presider: Julia Smith, University of Arizona
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Bootstraps, Buddies, and Bribes: Perceived Meritocracy
in the United States and China-- Jeremy Edward
Reynolds, Purdue University; He Xian, Michigan State
University
Hunger Pains of Social Mobility: The Unseen Barriers
and Hardships of First Generation Non-Traditional
Students-- Marissa Renee Cisneros, Texas A&M
University; Vicky Elias, Texas A&M University- San
Antonio
On Solid Footing: State-Level Welfare Mix and Economic
Insecurity-- Eric Bjorklund, University of Arizona; Julia
Smith, University of Arizona
Digital Distinctions: How Employers Construct Job
Candidates in Online Labor Markets-- Amanda K.
Damarin, Georgia State University; Steve McDonald,
North Carolina State University
|Session 129. Racialized Authentication: Fusing Constructions REDBUD A
of Culture, Identity, and Community - Paper Session
Organizer: Amanda Koontz Anthony, University of Central
Florida
Presider: Amanda Koontz Anthony, University of Central Florida
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Refuting Otherness: Negotiating Roma Authenticity-Sabrina Marks, University of Central Florida
Native Americans in the Carolina Borderlands: A Critical
Ethnography of the Social Construction of "Authenticity"
among Native Americans in South Carolina-- Robert
Spivey, University of North Carolina-Pembroke
Tourist Constructions of Racial Authenticity in Harlem-Trevor Jamerson, Virginia Tech
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The F!#@ Y'all Lookin'At? The Invisibility of White
Privilege as Presented in Aaron McGruder's "The
Boondocks"-- Anthony Jerome Stone Jr., University of
Memphis
Discussant:
• Amanda Koontz Anthony, University of Central Florida
1:00 PM—2:15 PM
|Session 130. Sociology of Education: The Role of Teachers Paper Session
REDBUD B
Organizer: Brandon A Jackson, University of Arkansas
Presider: April Ortegon, Texas Tech University
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High-School Teachers' Views of Hip Hop Music: Does it
Empower or Disempower Students?-- Andrew
Mannheimer, Clemson University; Irene Padavic, Florida
State University; John Reynolds, Florida State University
Teacher-Student Matching, School Discipline, and the
Role of Teacher Diversity -- Steven Jefferson, Duke
University
The Effects of Race and Ethnicity of Teachers on Recent
Immigrant Secondary Students-- April Ortegon, Texas
Tech University
|Session 131. Work and Retirement across the Life Course Paper Session
REDBUD C
Organizer: Terrence D Hill, University of Arizona
Presider: Michael Lee Hirsch, Huston-Tillotson University
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1:00 PM—2:15 PM
Age Discrimination in Hiring Practices of Small to
Medium Employers: Age Stereotypes and the
Employability of Older Workers-- Helen Hamilton,
University of Tennessee-Chattanooga
Gender Relations and Adjustment to Retirement -Victoria Coan, Virginia Tech; Toni Calasanti, Virginia
Tech; Dawn Carr, Florida State University
Does Volunteering in Later Life Differentially affect Men
and Women in Development of Functional Limitations?-Dawn C Carr, Florida State University; Benjamin Lennox
Kail, Georgia State University
Shooting for the Stars: The Career Paths of Russian
Cosmonauts-- Michael Lee Hirsch, Huston-Tillotson
University
|Session 132. Sociology of Education: School Choice, Teacher
Quality, and Neoliberalism - Paper Session
REGENCY BALLROOM
A, B
Organizer: Brandon A Jackson, University of Arkansas
Presider: Tomeka Davis, Georgia State University
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Social Reproduction in the No Child Left Behind Era:
Race, Class and School Selection-- Tomeka Davis,
Georgia State University
Neoliberal Policy and Teacher Morale-- Kristen Erichsen,
Florida State University
Who Favors Magnets and Who Favors Charters?
Political Ideology, Emotional Capital and School Choice
in the Upper South-- Toby L. Parcel, North Carolina State
University; Virginia Riel, North Carolina State University;
Roslyn Mickelson, University of North
Carolina-Charlotte; Stephen Smith, Winthrop University
|Session 133. Mothers, Babies, and Emotional Labor
(Reproduction and Inequalities Mini-Conference) - Paper
Session
REGENCY BALLROOM
F
Organizers: Shannon K Carter, University of Central Florida;
Theresa Morris, Texas A&M University; Miranda Waggoner,
Florida State University; Carrie L Smith, Millersville University
Presider: Amanda Gochanour, Mississippi State University
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1:00 PM—2:15 PM
Reproductive Inequalities and Embodied Emotion Work
among Lesbian Couples during the Transition to
Parenthood-- Sierra A. Schnable, University of Florida
Assessing Bodily Purity: Trust and Emotive Value in
Constructions of the Safety of Peer-Shared Breast Milk-Shannon K. Carter, University of Central Florida; Beatriz
M. Reyes-Foster, University of Central Florida
Healthy Baby and/or Healthy Mom: Media and the
Framing of Women's Health in the Affordable Care Act's
Contraceptive Clause-- Carrie L. Smith, Millersville
University
African American Mothers' Perceptions of Breastfeeding
Information and Support from Healthcare Providers -Tessa Treadwell, University of Central Florida; Shannon
K. Carter, University of Central Florida
|Session 134. Gender in Social Movements - Paper Session
Organizers: Kirk A Johnson, University of Mississippi; Kenneth T
Andrews, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
REGENCY BALLROOM
G
Presider: William F Danaher, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
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1:00 PM—2:15 PM
The Infidel in the Mirror: Mormon Women's
Oppositional Embodiment-- Kelly Phipps Grove, Florida
State University; Doug Schrock, Florida State University
Songs in the Canadian Women's Movement: A
Comparison across Three Sub-groups -- William F
Danaher, Southern Illinois University - Carbondale; Kelsy
Kretschmer, Oregon State University; Jason Eastman,
Coastal Carolina University
Conceptualizations of Food Movements in Turkey:
Intersection of Gender, Class, and Education-- Rachael
Eve Kennedy, Virginia Tech; Havva Al-Haik,
Resource Mobilization and the Hierarchy of Rights:
Attitudes, Identities, and Outcomes among LGBTQ+
Populations-- Charlotte A. Archer, Middle Tennessee
State University
|Session 135. Criminal and Juvenile Justice: Racial and Cultural REGENCY BALLROOM
Diversities - Paper Session
H
Organizer: Michael O Maume, University of North Carolina,
Wilmington
Presider: Michael G. Bisciglia, Southeastern Louisiana University
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1:00 PM—2:15 PM
Police Socialization: Current Trends in the Police
Subculture-- Stacey Clifton, Virginia Tech
The Declining Importance of Equal Opportunity
Employment? An Examination of the Employment of
African American Law Enforcement Officers in Florida
Sheriffs' Offices From 2000 to 2010-- Michael G.
Bisciglia, Southeastern Louisiana University
The Consequences of Maternal Incarceration on School
Performance-- Zimife Umeh, Duke University
Assessing Racial and Ethnic Disparities in the Juvenile
Justice System in Two Kentucky Counties-- Holli R.
Drummond, Western Kentucky University; Donielle M.
Lovell, Western Kentucky University
|Session 136. Identity Work and Boundary Maintenance Paper Session
Organizers: Sinikka Elliott, North Carolina State University;
STUDIO 220 @
NOMA B, C
Maria Lowe, Southwestern University; Hephzibah Strimc-Pawl,
Manhattanville College
Presider: Kennedy Alexandra Turner, University of Michigan
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1:00 PM—2:15 PM
Defensive Whiteness: A Racial Identity Project-- Joanna
Hunter, Radford University
"We're Just More Civilized Than They Are:" Modern
Masculinity as the New Hegemonic Norm-- Holly
Querin, Davidson College
Killing Spirits: How Black Churches and Families Harm
through Homophobia, Transphobia, and Heterosexism-Joie Lou Shakur, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
"We Don't Do That": Symbolic Boundaries and Black
Racial Identity-- Kennedy Alexandra Turner, University of
Michigan
Biracial Students at HBCUs: How Contact with Blacks
Can Reduce Anti-Black Prejudice and Stereotypes-Kristen Annette Clayton, University of Georgia
|Session 137. Critical Theory: Environment, Politics, and
Science (Theory Mini-Conference) - Paper Session
THINK TANK @
NOMA
Organizer: Harry F. Dahms, University of Tennessee-Knoxville
Presider: Harry F. Dahms, University of Tennessee-Knoxville
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Environmental Sociology or Sociology of the
Environment?-- Alexander Stoner, Salisbury University,
Maryland
No STS (Science, Technology and Society Studies)
without Critical Theory-- Joel Crombez, University of
Tennessee-Knoxville
Political Sociology vs. Sociology of Politics-- Steven
Panageotou, University of Tennessee-Knoxville
Discussant:
• Michael J. Thompson, William Paterson University
2:30 PM—3:45 PM
|Session 138. Community, Health, and Food Access: Results
DOGWOOD
from Persistent Poverty in the South Research Projects - Paper
Session
Organizer: Julia Ferrara Waity, University of North
Carolina-Wilmington
Presider: Kecia Johnson, Mississippi State University
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Who's Hungry?: A Spatial, Racial, and Cultural
Exploration of Who is Missing From the Food Assistance
Infrastructure in North Carolina-- Julia Ferrara Waity,
University of North Carolina-Wilmington; Amber Ellis, ;
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2:30 PM—3:45 PM
Korey Tillman,
Obesity, Mental Health and County Level Food Access:
The Influence of Persistent Poverty in a Rural State-Margaret Ralston, Mississippi State University; Kecia
Johnson, Mississippi State University; Leslie Hossfeld,
Mississippi State University
Farmworkers as Forgotten Voices of Persistent Poverty-Brooke Kelly, University of North Carolina-Pembroke;
Michele Fazio, University of North Carolina-Pembroke
Where do SNAP Recipients Purchase their Food? An
Examination of Food Access in Mississippi-- Kecia
Johnson, Mississippi State University; Margaret Ralston,
Mississippi State University; Leslie Hossfeld, Mississippi
State University
The University of Tennessee's Green Economy Initiative:
Addressing Persistent Poverty with Inclusive and
Equitable Growth-- Jenna A. Lamphere, The University
of Tennessee; Emily Medley, University of Tennessee
|Session 139. Economic Inequality: Race, Gender, and Power - MAGNOLIA
Paper Session
Organizer: Jessi Streib, Duke University
Presider: Jill Yavorsky, Ohio State University
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2:30 PM—3:45 PM
The State of Racial Income Inequality: A Multi-level
Institutional Analysis of State-Level Effects on Pay-David Maume, University of Cincinnati; Ervin (Maliq)
Matthew, University of Cincinnati; George Wilson,
University of Miami
Women in the One Percent: Gender Dynamics in Top
Income and Wealth Positions-- Jill Yavorsky, Ohio State
University; Lisa Keister, Duke University; Mike Nau, The
Ohio State University
Feminism and Gender Differences in the Modern
University-- Marnequea Sharna Jennings, LaGrange
College
Social power, Claimsmaking, and Place-- Peter John
Shrock, Southeastern Louisiana University
|Session 140. Race and Memory 1: (De)commemorating the
Confederacy - Paper Session
Organizer: Raj Ghoshal, Elon University
REDBUD A
Presider: Raj Ghoshal, Elon University
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Responses to a Contentious Past: Activating and
Resisting Memory Projects in Three American Cities-Christina Simko, Williams College; Nicole Fox, University
of New Hampshire; David Cunningham, Washington
University- St. Louis
On the Violence that Place Naming and Renaming Does:
The Unfinished Memory-Work of Anti-Racism in the
Southern Commemorative Campus Landscape-- Derek
Alderman, University of Tennessee-Knoxville
Contested Symbols in the Wake of Tragedy: Is There a
Place for the Confederate Flag in Today's South?-Ashley Thompson, Lynchburg College; Sharon Foreman,
Lynchburg College; Edgar Wharton, Tufts University
Discussant:
• Claire Whitlinger, Furman University
2:30 PM—3:45 PM
|Session 141. Attitudes, Inequality, and Access to Reproductive REGENCY BALLROOM
Health Care (Reproduction and Inequalities Mini-Conference) - F
Paper Session
Organizers: Shannon K Carter, University of Central Florida;
Theresa Morris, Texas A&M University; Miranda Waggoner,
Florida State University; Carrie L Smith, Millersville University
Presider: Sela R Harcey, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
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2:30 PM—3:45 PM
Millennial Mothers, Patient-Consumers, and Alternative
Medicine: The Case of Doula Support-- Megan M.
Henley, Colorado Mesa University
Unequal Treatments: Implications of Class, Race, Gender
and Sexual Orientation on Infertility and Assisted
Reproductive Technologies-- Evelina W. Sterling,
Kennesaw State University
Religion, Ethics, & Fertility: American Muslim Women
and Alternative Reproductive Treatment Ethics-- Dona
Bou Eid, University of New Mexico; Kate Cartwright,
University of New Mexico
It's Not Us, It's You: White Evangelical Responses to
Structural Inequality in the Crisis Pregnancy Center
Movement-- Kimberly Kelly
, Mississippi State
University; Amanda Gochanour, Mississippi State
University
|Session 142. Identity and Social Movements - Paper Session
Organizers: Kirk A Johnson, University of Mississippi; Kenneth T
Andrews, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
REGENCY BALLROOM
G
Presider: Dale W. Wimberley, Virginia Tech
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2:30 PM—3:45 PM
Share if you Agree: Investigating Social Media Users'
Motivations for Posting Political Content Online-- Rachel
Durso, Washington College; J. Craig Jenkins, The Ohio
State University; Andrew Martin, The Ohio State
University; Matt Stearmer, The Ohio State University
Scholar Activism -- Building Unity between the Academy
and the Street in this Movement Moment-- Britany
Gatewood, Howard University; Walda Katz-Fishman,
Howard University; Jerome Scott, League of
Revolutionaries for a New America; Anthony Jerald
Jackson, Howard University
Building a Lasting Movement: Emotions and Solidarity in
the Struggle for Farmworker Rights-- Melissa C. Gouge,
George Mason University
Campus Labor Rights Activism and Its Impact: The Roles
of Campus-level Collective Identity and Ease of Student
Interaction-- Dale W. Wimberley, Virginia Tech; Pallavi
Raonka, Virginia Tech; Talitha Rose, Virginia Tech; Sofia
Rukhin Sabirova, Virginia Tech
|Session 143. Criminal Justice and Juvenile Justice: Race and
Gender - Paper Session
REGENCY BALLROOM
H
Organizer: Anna W. Jacobs, Vanderbilt University
Presider: Lacee Anne Satcher, Vanderbilt University
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2:30 PM—3:45 PM
Race and Police Impunity: A Critical Labeling Perspective
-- Bryan R. Ellis, University of Maryland, Baltimore
County; Nicole Branch-Ellis, Bowie State University
The Role of Law Enforcement in a Predominantly
Hispanic Populated High School-- Jessica Y. Cuthbert,
University of Minnesota
Red, Black and Blue: A Content Analysis of
Intersectionality in the Media Coverage of the Terence
Crutcher Case-- TaShanda Dennison, University of
Central Florida
To Protect and Serve: Public Perceptions about Gender
and Policing -- Lori Brown, Meredith College; Kris
Macomber, Meredith College
|Session 144. Place and Racial Identity Work - Paper Session
Organizers: Sinikka Elliott, North Carolina State University;
Maria Lowe, Southwestern University; Hephzibah Strimc-Pawl,
STUDIO 220 @
NOMA B, C
Manhattanville College
Presider: Tessa Permut, North Carolina State University
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2:30 PM—3:45 PM
Location, Community, and the Experiences of Mixed
Race College Students-- Ashleigh Rhiannon Greye
Arrington, William & Mary
Identity Construction: The Case of Muslims in a
Conservative American City -- Servet Tas, Texas Tech
University
Conceptualizing the Separability and Inseparability of
Identity & Space: Partition of India and Pakistan-- Komal
Kaur Dhillon-Jamerson, Virginia Tech
Racialization in Public and Private Spaces, and the
Development of a Racialized Identity of
Muslim-American Women-- Inaash Islam, Virginia Tech
Discussing Race in the White Space-- Micah Johnson,
University of Florida; Stephen Pridgen, University of
Florida
|Session 145. Making Sense of Marshall Ledbetter: The Dark CREPE MYRTLE
Side of Political Protest by Daniel Harrison (University Press of
Florida, 2014) - Author-Meets-Critics
Organizer: Daniel Harrison, Lander University
Presider: Paul Kooistra, Furman University
Panelists: Daniel Harrison, Lander University; Deborah J Cohan,
University of South Carolina, Beaufort; Paul Kooistra, Furman
University; Russell Ward, Francis Marion University; Lizabeth A
Zack, University of South Carolina, Upstate
2:30 PM—3:45 PM
|Session 146. Styling Masculinity: Gender, Class, and
Inequality in the Men's Grooming Industry by Kristen Barber
(Rutgers University Press, 2016) - Author-Meets-Critics
REDBUD B
Organizer: Sara L Crawley, University of South Florida
Presider: Sara L Crawley, University of South Florida
Panelists: Kristen Barber, Southern Illinois University,
Carbondale; Barbara Risman, University of Illinois Chicago;
Ramon Hinojosa, University of Central Florida; Marni Brown,
Georgia Gwinnett College; Erik Tyler Withers, University of
South Florida
2:30 PM—3:45 PM
|Session 147. Research and Teaching About Death, Dying, and REDBUD C
Grief: A "Write Where It Hurts" Panel Sponsored by
Sociologists for Women in Society-South - Panel
Organizer: Stephanie Gonzalez Guittar, Aurora University
Presider: J. E. Sumerau, University of Tampa
Panelists: Lacey Jae Ritter, Florida State University; Anisah
Bagasra, Claflin University; James Gadberry, Athens State
University; Philip Mason, University of South Carolina-Aiken;
Angela L. Wadsworth, University of North Carolina-Wilmington
2:30 PM—3:45 PM
|Session 148. The Domestication of Critical Theory by Michael THINK TANK @
J. Thompson (Rowman & Littlefield International, 2016) NOMA
Author-Meets-Critics
Organizer: Harry F. Dahms, University of Tennessee-Knoxville
Presider: Jeffrey Halley, University of Texas-San Antonio
Panelists: Michael J. Thompson, William Paterson University;
Alexander Stoner, Salisbury University, Maryland; Steven
Panageotou, University of Tennessee-Knoxville; Joel Crombez,
University of Tennessee-Knoxville
2:30 PM—3:45 PM
|Session 149. Is the Manuscript Review Process Broken? Invited Panel
GARDENIA
Organizers: Christopher G. Ellison, The University of Texas-San
Antonio; George Wilson, University of Miami
Presider: Darren Sherkat, Southern Illinois University Carbondale
Panelists: Pamela E Oliver, University of Wisconsin; Darren
Sherkat, Southern Illinois University - Carbondale; Jessica L.
Collett, University of Notre Dame
2:30 PM—3:45 PM
|Session 150. Graduate Student Professionalization Workshop: REGENCY BALLROOM
Navigating Graduate School as a Student of Color - Workshop A, B
Organizer: Irene Browne, Emory University
Presider: Barbara Harris Combs, Clark Atlanta University
Panelists: Barbara Combs, Clark Atlanta University; Marisela
Martinez-Cola, Emory University; Ju Hyun Park, Emory
University; Jonathan Grant, Georgia State University; Clinton
Boyd, Jr., Georgia State University; Dawn Godbolt, Florida State
University
2:30 PM—5:15 PM
|Session 151. Archives of the Southern Sociological Society: A PREFUNCTION AREA*
Repository of Decisions, Events, and People Affecting Sociology
in the Southern United States (Friday) - Poster Session
Organizer: James Hougland, University of Kentucky
Presider: Ruth Bryan, University of Kentucky
4:00 PM—5:15 PM
|Session 152. Studies in Poverty and Food Insecurity - Paper
Session
DOGWOOD
Organizer: Terrence D Hill, University of Arizona
Presider: Deirdre Sommerlad-Rogers, Greensboro College
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Food Insecurity in the United States and Sub-Saharan
Africa-- Anna Logan, University of South Carolina-Aiken;
Christine Wernet, Univeristy of South Carolina Aiken
Food Insecurity among College students -- Deirdre
Sommerlad-Rogers, Greensboro College; Andrew Mails,
Greensboro College
The Challenges of Running a Campus Food Pantry:
Coming Together to Brainstorm Solutions -- Asma
Al-Khshali, University of Michigan - Dearborn; Samyka
Aloyo, University of Michigan - Dearborn; Carmel E.
Price, University of Michigan - Dearborn; Natalie
Sampson, University of Michigan - Dearborn; Harmony
Reppond, University of Michigan - Dearborn; Karen
Thomas-Brown, University of Michigan - Dearborn; Teia
McGahey, University of Michigan - Dearborn; Monica De
Roche, University of Michigan - Dearborn
•
4:00 PM—5:15 PM
|Session 153. Policies and Perspectives: Consequences for
Inequality - Paper Session
Organizers: Hephzibah Strimc-Pawl, Manhattanville College;
Shawn Bauldry, Purdue University
Presider: Jerome Ellis Morris, University of Missouri St. Louis
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Diversity "Versus" Quality: How Public Liberal Arts
Universities Manage Pressures to Increase Ranking,
Selectivity, Access, and Diversity-- Hersheda Patel,
Georgia State University
Finance, Free Markets, and Fat Cats: Neoliberalism,
Financialization, and the Top 1% Share in 18 Affluent
Democracies-- Allen Hyde, Georgia Institute of
Technology
White Currency, Black Stigmatization, and the
Persistence of Housing and Educational Inequality-Jerome Ellis Morris, University of Missouri St. Louis
States of Inequality: Politics, Unions, and Rising Income
Inequality in the U.S. States, 1951-2012-- Michael
Wallace, University of Connecticut; Allen Hyde, Georgia
Institute of Technology; Todd Vachon, University of
MAGNOLIA
Connecticut
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4:00 PM—5:15 PM
|Session 154. Race and Memory 2: Trauma and Justice - Paper REDBUD A
Session
Organizer: Raj Ghoshal, Elon University
Presider: Sandra Gill, Gettysburg College
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The Interplay of Autobiographical and Collective
Memories in Birmingham-- Sandra Gill, Gettysburg
College
The Newberry Lynching-- Patricia Hilliard-Nunn,
University of Florida
Collective Traumatic Memories: The Lynching of
Unarmed Black Men in the Jim Crow South-- Ruth
Thompson-Miller, University of Dayton
Keeping the Red Record: Counting and Archiving Racial
Violence-- Geoff Ward, University of California-Irvine
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Discussant:
• Claire Whitlinger, Furman University
4:00 PM—5:15 PM
|Session 155. Innovations in Teaching (Co-Sponsored by the
REDBUD B
Committee on Sociology in Community and Small Colleges and
the Committee on Sociological Practice) - Paper Session
Organizer: DeAnna L. Gore, University of South Carolina-Aiken
Presider: DeAnna L. Gore, University of South Carolina-Aiken
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4:00 PM—5:15 PM
"Saint Leo University's Trial of the Century": Sociology at
the Mock Trial Table -- Janis Prince, Saint Leo University
Helping Students Take Family Violence from Behind
Closed Doors to Community Awareness -- Philip Mason,
University of South Carolina-Aiken
Service Learning and its' Experiences-- Rachel Hafer,
Florida Gulf Coast University
The Case for Case Studies: Exploring Pros and Cons of
Using Case Studies in Teaching -- Roderick Graham, Old
Dominion University
Teacher's Pet: How Tiny, the Invisible Pink Elephant,
Helps Make Social Structures Visible -- Richard Ellefritz,
Oklahoma State University
|Session 156. Studies in Quantitative Methodology - Paper
Session
Organizer: Terrence D Hill, University of Arizona
Presider: J Micah Roos, Oklahoma State University
REDBUD C
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4:00 PM—5:15 PM
A Comparison of Two Model-Implied Instrumental
Variable Estimators and a Maximum Likelihood
Estimator for Structural Equation Models-- Shawn
Bauldry, Purdue University
An Estimation of Proper Fit Statistics for SEMs: A
Simulation Study-- J Micah Roos, Oklahoma State
University
Detecting Clusters and Influential Cases by Turning
Regression Inside Out: An Application to Health and
Inequality -- Simone Rambotti, University of Arizona;
Ronald Breiger, University of Arizona
Integrating Identity Theories/Integrating Methods:
Using a Mixed-methods Approach to Develop a Scale of
Identification with Nature and the Environment-- Tobin
N. Walton, North Carolina A&T State University; Robert
E. Jones, University of Tennessee
|Session 157. Teaching Sociology of Reproduction
(Reproduction and Inequalities Mini-Conference) - Paper
Session
REGENCY BALLROOM
F
Organizers: Shannon K Carter, University of Central Florida;
Theresa Morris, Texas A&M University; Miranda Waggoner,
Florida State University; Carrie L Smith, Millersville University
Presider: Dona Bou Eid, University of New Mexico
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4:00 PM—5:15 PM
Teaching the Politics of Reproduction in a Time of
Political Uncertainty-- Miranda Waggoner, Florida State
University
Reproducing Resistance: How a Sociology of
Reproduction Course Breeds Activists-- Stephanie
Gonzalez Guittar, Aurora University
But We Need You to Teach Statistics!: Incorporating the
Sociology of Reproduction in Sociology Courses-- Carrie
L. Smith, Millersville University
The Role of Service Learning in Teaching the Sociology of
Reproduction-- Theresa Morris, Texas A&M University
|Session 158. Lessons from History: Resistance, Social
Movements and Rebellion - Paper Session
Organizers: Kenneth T Andrews, University of North
Carolina-Chapel Hill; Kirk A Johnson, University of Mississippi
REGENCY BALLROOM
G
Presider: Shaonta Allen, University of Cincinnati
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4:00 PM—5:15 PM
Race, Class, and Revolution then and now: Lessons from
the League of Revolutionary Black Workers -- Walda
Katz-Fishman, Howard University; Jerome Scott, League
of Revolutionaries for a New America
Activism Three Ways: A Comparative Analysis of Scholar,
Athlete, and Christian Activist in the Fight Towards Black
Liberation-- Shaonta Allen, University of Cincinnati
Mobilizing Grievances in an Authoritarian Setting:
Threat and Emotional Liberation in the 1953 Plzeň
Uprising -- Laura A. Bray, North Carolina State
University; Thomas E. Shriver, North Carolina State
University; Alison E. Adams, University of Florida
A Comparative Analysis of Social Movement Theories:
Indigenous Resistance in Jharkhand, India-- Pallavi
Raonka, Virginia Tech
|Session 159. Criminal and Juvenile Justice: Technology and
Sentencing - Paper Session
REGENCY BALLROOM
H
Organizer: Terrence D Hill, University of Arizona
Presider: David Wagers, Eastern Kentucky University
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4:00 PM—5:15 PM
Youths and Online Extremism -- Matthew Costello,
Arkansas State University; James Hawdon, Virginia Tech;
Thomas Ratliff, Arkansas State University
Sousveillance and Resistance: Law Enforcement
Attitudes, Police Occupational Culture, and Citizen
Videotaping -- David Wagers, Eastern Kentucky
University; Matthew Irvin, Eastern Kentucky University
Sentencing under Control: Judges' Views on Guidelines,
Pleas, and Court Reforms-- Justin Smith, Central
Michigan University
The Life Course Implications of Violent Female
Offending-- Alesa Ray Liles, Georgia College & State
University
|Session 160. Higher Education, Multiculturalism, and
Diversity in a Neoliberal Age - Paper Session
Organizers: Sinikka Elliott, North Carolina State University;
Maria Lowe, Southwestern University; Hephzibah Strimc-Pawl,
Manhattanville College
Presider: Courtney Myrtle Carter, Mississippi State University
•
The Economization of Diversity-- James Thomas,
University of Mississippi
STUDIO 220 @
NOMA B, C
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"More Than Just a Bunch of Little Colored Children":
HBCUs, Diversity and African Americans' Perspectives on
Organizational Legitimacy-- Courtney Myrtle Carter,
Mississippi State University
Perceptions of Diversity, Inclusion, and Feelings of
Belonging at an HBCU: A Comparison of Faculty, Staff
and Student populations.-- Anisah Bagasra, Claflin
University; Alison McLetchie, Claflin University; Deborah
Laufersweiler-Dwyer, Claflin University; Mitchell
Mackinem, Claflin University; Matthew Hiatt, Claflin
University
"Make America White Again": Perception, Expression
and Realization of White Privilege of Students in a
Christian Liberal Arts University-- Mykah Smith, Lee
University
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4:00 PM—5:15 PM
|Session 161. Theoretical Perspectives on Ethnography,
THINK TANK @
Entrepreneurship, and Work (Theory Mini-Conference) - Paper NOMA
Session
Organizer: Harry F. Dahms, University of Tennessee-Knoxville
Presider: Daniel Harrison, Lander University
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Ethnography AND Critical Theory as Method-- Rhiannon
Leebrick, Wofford College
Urban Sociology or Sociology of the City?-- Charles
Walton, University of Tennessee-Knoxville
Entrepreneurial Sociology or Sociology of
Entrepreneurship?-- Emily Medley, University of
Tennessee
Automation, Work, and Ideology: The Next Industrial
Revolution and the Transformation of "Labor"-- Anthony
Jack Knowles, University of Tennessee-Knoxville
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4:00 PM—5:15 PM
|Session 162. Soul Mates: Religion, Sex, Love, and Marriage
among African Americans and Latinos by W. Bradford Wilcox
and Nicholas H. Wolfinger (Oxford University Press, 2016) Author-Meets-Critics
GARDENIA
Organizer: Nicholas H. Wolfinger, University of Utah
Presider: Andrea Henderson-Platt, University of South Carolina
Panelists: W. Bradford Wilcox, University of Virginia; Nicholas H.
Wolfinger, University of Utah; John P. Bartkowski, University of
Texas at San Antonio; Andrea Henderson-Platt, University of
South Carolina; Aida I Ramos, George Fox University
4:00 PM—5:15 PM
|Session 163. "Coffee for a Cause" Reception and Fundraiser
CREPE MYRTLE
(Sponsored by Sociologists for Women in Society-South and
SSS Committee on Gender & Sexuality) - Meeting
4:00 PM—5:15 PM
|Session 164. Stratification and Political Cleavages in the 2016 REGENCY BALLROOM
Election Cycle - Presidential Panel
A, B
Organizer: Christopher G. Ellison, The University of Texas-San
Antonio
Presider: Barbara Risman, University of Illinois Chicago
Panelists: Eduardo Bonilla-Silva, Duke University; Larry W. Isaac,
Vanderbilt University; Jeff Manza, New York University; Barbara
Risman, University of Illinois Chicago
5:30 PM—6:45 PM
|Session 165. Presidential Honors and Convocation Ceremony REGENCY BALLROOM
Annual Awards: Amy Donley, University of Central Florida.
A, B
Presidential Plenary: Christopher G. Ellison, University of
Texas-San Antonio. Religion and Diversities: Conservative
Protestantism Reconsidered - Presidential Plenary
Presider: Angela Lewellyn Jones, Elon University
7:00 PM—9:00 PM
|Session 166. Presidential Reception - Special Session
REGENCY BALLROOM
C
Saturday, 01 April
7:00 AM—8:00 AM
|Session 167. SSS Business Meeting - Meeting
BOARDROOM
7:30 AM—12:00 PM
|Session 168. Pre-Registration (Saturday) -
ATRIUM LOBBY
7:30 AM—12:00 PM
|Session 169. On-Site Registration (Saturday) -
ATRIUM LOBBY
8:00 AM—9:15 AM
|Session 170. Masculinity Expectations - Paper Session
CREPE MYRTLE
Organizers: D'Lane R Compton, University of New Orleans;
Sinikka Elliott, North Carolina State University; Nicholas Guittar,
Valdosta State University; Gretchen Webber, Middle Tennessee
State University; Maria Lowe, Southwestern University
Presider: Scott T. Grether, North Carolina State University
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8:00 AM—9:15 AM
"You can't go wrong with smash": Slang and sexuality
among college men.-- Lanier Basenberg, Georgia State
University
Exploring Masculinity in Interfraternity Council
Fraternity Life-- David Jonathan Butter, Florida State
University
The Gay Best Friend and the Wolf in Sheep's Clothing:
Ambiguously Straight Men's Interactions with Women-Travis Dean Beaver, Flagler College
Depictions of Masculinities: A Cross-Cultural Analysis of
GQ -- Joong Won Kim, Virginia Tech
|Session 171. Sociology between Profession and Vocation Paper Session
DOGWOOD
Organizer: Harry F. Dahms, University of Tennessee-Knoxville
Presider: Harry F. Dahms, University of Tennessee-Knoxville
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Is There a Sociologist in the House? On the Demise of
Social Inquiry-- Michael J. Thompson, William Paterson
University
Sociology between the Past and the Future: Confronting
the Dark Side of Modern Societies-- Harry F. Dahms,
University of Tennessee-Knoxville
Neo-liberal vs. Critical Education: A Sociological
Approach to Education in Modern Society-- Sara
Nasrollahian Mojarad, University of Tennessee-Knoxville
Sociology at the End of History: Profession, Vocation and
Critical Practice-- Daniel Harrison, Lander University
|Session 172. Law, Society, and Social Justice - Paper Session
GARDENIA
Organizer: Anna W. Jacobs, Vanderbilt University
Presider: Anna W. Jacobs, Vanderbilt University
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8:00 AM—9:15 AM
The Role of Anti-Abortion Bill Type in Impacting
Legislative Outcomes-- Lauren Miller Brenzel, Vanderbilt
University
Confronting Campus Sexual Misconduct: Factors
Influencing University Responses in the Wake of Federal
Investigation-- Asheeka Desai, University of
California-Los Angeles
Tackling the ICE in PolICE Accountability, Transparency
and Reform-- Felicia Ann Arriaga, Duke University
Self-Defense, Race, and Firearms-- John-Michael
Simpson, University at Albany
|Session 173. Institutional Dynamics: School and Housing Paper Session
MAGNOLIA
Organizers: Kirk Anthony Johnson, University of Mississippi; Kim
Ebert, North Carolina State University
Presider: Jose Torres, Louisiana State University
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Microaggressions on Campus: Making the Invisible
Visible-- Gail Markle, Kennesaw State University
Gender Differences in Why People are Banned from
Public Housing-- Jose Torres, Louisiana State University
Fall Fests and Spring Flings: The Soft Privatization of a
Gentrifying Public School-- Michelle Mott, University of
Texas-Austin
|Session 174. Religious Identity - Paper Session
Organizers: Amy M Burdette, Florida State University; Andrea
Henderson-Platt, University of South Carolina
Presider: William Wyatt Holland, Georgia State University
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Religious Identity and Boundary Maintenance -Jonathan Walker, University of North Carolina-Charlotte
Patterns of Social and Cognitive Boundary-Maintenance
in Religion -- Michallene McDaniel, University of North
Georgia
Establishing a New Religious Identity: Pathways to
Quakerism-- William Wyatt Holland, Georgia State
University
Racialization of Muslims -- Nuray Karaman, University of
Tennessee-Knoxville
REDBUD A
8:00 AM—9:15 AM
|Session 175. Inclusive Pedagogy - Paper Session
REDBUD B
Organizer: Ken Kolb, Furman University
Presider: Siti Kusujiarti, Warren Wilson College
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An Implementation of Inclusive Pedagogy in First Year
Seminar Service-Learning-- Robert Trice, Warren Wilson
College; Siti Kusujiarti, Warren Wilson College
On the Effectiveness of Team Teaching: Sociology of
Racial and Ethnic Relations-- Jeannie Haubert, Winthrop
University; Kalfani Ture, Winthrop University
A Seat at the Table: Examining the Emotion Work Black
Students Engage in while Dealing with
Microaggressions. -- Diamond Briggs, University of
South Florida
|Session 176. Economic Sociology - Paper Session
REDBUD C
Organizer: Terrence D Hill, University of Arizona
Presider: Kendall Cox Park, Princeton University
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Class and the Normalization of Debt-- Jessica Ann
Pfaffendorf, University of Arizona; Julia Smith, University
of Arizona
Morals in the Marketplace: Social Enterprise and B Corp
Certification-- Kendall Cox Park, Princeton University
Political Distrust, Legal Uncertainty, and Innovative
Activities of Chinese Private Entrepreneurs-- Junmin
Wang, University of Memphis
Advertising and Marketing in a Dying Industry-- William
Burger, Longwood University; Virginia Rothwell Beard,
Longwood University
|Session 177. Group Processes Mini-conference 1 Expectations and Status - Paper Session
Organizer: Lisa Slattery Walker, University of North
Carolina-Charlotte
Presider: Robert K. Shelly, Ohio University
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Impact of Variations in Task for Group Path-To-Task
Research-- Robert K. Shelly, Ohio University; Ann
Converse Shelly, Ashland University
The Effects of Status and Race on Role-Taking Accuracy-Tony P. Love, University of Kentucky
Competence Ratings and Expectation States-- John
Skvoretz, University of South Florida
Measuring the Effect of Emotion on Expectation States
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Scope Conditions-- Daniel Burrill, University of North
Carolina-Charlotte
8:00 AM—9:15 AM
|Session 178. Body Politics - Paper Session
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Organizer: Anna W. Jacobs, Vanderbilt University
Presider: Ashley F Kim, Vanderbilt University
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"I'm Overweight, and They're over it!": An Intersectional
Analysis of Body Politics and Marginalization in
Academia-- Tammy Rhodes, University of North
Alabama; Andrea Hunt, University of North Alabama
"I Went in for a Sore throat and Left with Weight Loss
Pills": An Intersectional Feminist Exploration of Fat
Patients' Experiences in Health Care Situations-- Lyla
Byers, George Mason University
Wearing Fatness at Work: Women's Embodied
Experiences in the Workplace-- Erica Leigh Toothman,
University of South Florida
Dare to Breastfeed in Public-- Mariah Danielle D'eramo,
University of Central Florida
|Session 179. Studies in Social Determinants of Health - Paper REGENCY BALLROOM
Session
G
Organizer: Terrence D Hill, University of Arizona
Presider: Emma Michelle Achola, Duke University
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Concentration of Slavery and Life Expectancy among
Blacks and Whites: A US County-Level Analysis-- Brittany
Rawlinson, Florida State University; Quentin Kilpatrick,
Florida State University
Does the Center Hold?: Assessing Social Determinants of
Health Inequality in the Spatial Patterning of
Disabilities-- Nicholas Garcia, Ohio State University
Rural-Urban Differences in Physical Activity and Sleep in
a Sample of North Carolina Youth-- Emma Michelle
Achola, Duke University
|Session 180. Studies in Gender - Paper Session
Organizer: Terrence D Hill, University of Arizona
Presider: Bertan Buyukozturk, Florida State University
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Dominated Guitar Industry-- Chelsea Susanne Marty,
Valdosta State University; Ashlie Prain, Valdosta State
University
Exploring Resistance and Accomodation in Fitness
Instructor Perspectives-- Charles Rowe, New College of
Florida
Engendering Gamers-- Bertan Buyukozturk, Florida State
University
Young Adults Support for Legal Abortion across
Generations-- Mandi Barringer, University of Central
Florida; David Gay, University of Central Florida; John
Lynxwiler, University of Central Florida
|Session 181. Mississippi Caucus: Sociology in the Deep South REGENCY BALLROOM
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Organizer: Leslie Hossfeld, Mississippi State University
Presider: Leslie Hossfeld, Mississippi State University
Panelists: Kirsten Dellinger, University of Mississippi; John
Green, University of Mississippi; Albert Nylander, University of
Mississippi; Stacy Haynes, Mississippi State University; Jeffrey
Jackson, Mississippi State University
8:00 AM—9:15 AM
|Session 182. Awards Committee - Meeting
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8:00 AM—9:15 AM
|Session 183. Membership Committee - Meeting
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8:00 AM—9:15 AM
|Session 184. Committee on the Status of Students - Meeting
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8:00 AM—9:15 AM
|Session 185. Honors Committee - Meeting
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8:00 AM—9:15 AM
|Session 186. Committee on Racial and Ethnic Minorities Meeting
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8:00 AM—9:15 AM
|Session 187. Committee on Gender and Sexuality - Meeting
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8:00 AM—9:15 AM
|Session 188. Committee on Professions - Meeting
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8:00 AM—9:15 AM
|Session 189. Committee on Sociology in Community and
Small Colleges - Meeting
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8:00 AM—9:15 AM
|Session 190. Committee on Sociological Practice - Meeting
REGENCY BALLROOM
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8:00 AM—12:00 PM
|Session 191. Book Exhibits (Saturday) -
PREFUNCTION AREA
8:00 AM—5:30 PM
|Session 192. SSS Office Suite (Saturday) -
AZALEA A
8:00 AM—5:30 PM
|Session 193. Trans and Gender-Nonconforming Hospitality
Suite (Saturday) -
AZALEA B
8:00 AM—5:30 PM
|Session 194. Lactation Hospitality Suite (Saturday) -
DIRECTOR ROOM
8:30 AM—10:30 AM
|Session 195. Executive Committee (Saturday) - Meeting
BOARDROOM
9:30 AM—10:45 AM
|Session 196. Intersections of Sexuality and Identity - Paper
Session
CREPE MYRTLE
Organizers: D'Lane R Compton, University of New Orleans;
Sinikka Elliott, North Carolina State University; Nicholas Guittar,
Valdosta State University; Gretchen Webber, Middle Tennessee
State University; Maria Lowe, Southwestern University
Presider: Harry Barbee, Florida State University
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Charting Collective Memories of Critical Gay
Interracialist Sexuality, Consciousness, and Action -Kendal Broad, University of Florida
Scripting Sociosexual Identities: The Role of Culture,
Interactions, and Embodiment on Practice-- Philip Justis
Pettis, Vanderbilt University; Hannah Ingersoll,
Vanderbilt University
How do Sexual Minority Women's Gender Expressions
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Relate to their Sense of Connection to a LGBTQ+
Community and their Self-Esteem?-- Shelby Statham,
New College of Florida
"If Some Femme comes up to you, you don't Know if
they're just being Friendly or Flirting with you": Sexual
Ambiguity in Lesbian Hook-Up Spaces-- Emily B. Rowe,
University of Delaware
|Session 197. Race, Class, Gender - Paper Session
DOGWOOD
Organizer: Terrence D Hill, University of Arizona
Presider: Natalie Delia Deckard, Davidson College
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Addressing the Achievement Gap: An Exploration of a
Community Youth Program for Black Children-- Brionca
Taylor, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
Looking at the Impact of Race on Child Support
Enforcement Outcomes-- Maretta McDonald, Louisiana
State University
The Neoliberal Appropriation of Sexual Violence:
Valorized Bodies and The Criminalization of Assault-Shelby Hardee Holmes, Davidson College
|Session 198. Giving Meaning to the Right to Enjoy the
Benefits of Scientific Progress and its Applications: A
Multi-Method Interdisciplinary Project - Paper Session
Organizer: Margaret Weigers Vitullo, American Sociological
Association
Presider: Margaret Weigers Vitullo, American Sociological
Association
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American Scientists' Perspectives on Article 15 as Seen
through a Focus Group Lens-- Margaret Weigers Vitullo,
American Sociological Association; Jessica Wyndham,
American Association for the Advancement of Science
International Scientists' Perspectives on Article 15 -Insights from a Global Questionnaire-- Jessica
Wyndham, American Association for the Advancement
of Science; Margaret Weigers Vitullo, American
Sociological Association
States' Perspectives on Article 15 -- A Geographic
Analysis-- Natallia Sianko, Clemson University; Patricia
Carbajales-Dale, Clemson University
States' Perspectives on Article 15--A Sociological
Qualitative Analysis-- Mark Frezzo, University of
Mississippi; David Brunsma, Virginia Tech
GARDENIA
9:30 AM—10:45 AM
|Session 199. Religion and Well-Being - Paper Session
REDBUD A
Organizers: Amy M Burdette, Florida State University; Andrea
Henderson-Platt, University of South Carolina
Presider: Metin Guven, University of Texas-San Antonio
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The Association between Religion, Depression, and
Anxiety: Exploring Variations across a Personal Affair
Emotional Reliance-- Metin Guven, University of
Texas-San Antonio; Reed DeAngelis, University of
Texas-San Antonio
Mental Health and Testimonial Sharing in Religious
Services among Older Adults-- Leah Drakeford, Louisiana
State University
Confronting "Crazy": Clergy Addressing Mental Illness
and Stigma in Congregations-- Anthony David Campbell,
University of Alabama-Birmingham
Church, religiosity and well-being-- Christian
Hohendanner, Institute for Employment Research
|Session 200. Creating an Inclusive Classroom (Co-Sponsored REDBUD B
by the Committee on Sociology in Community and Small
Colleges and Sociologists for Women in Society-South) - Paper
Session
Organizer: Kris De Welde, Florida Gulf Coast University
Presider: Rebecca Bach, Duke University
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Identifying and Managing Social Class Privilege in the
Classroom-- Rebecca Bach, Duke University
Creating a Safe Space in the Classroom in a Climate of
Fear-- Bethany Brown, Loyola University-Chicago
Developing Inclusive Pedagogies: Students' Narratives of
Mentored Undergraduate Research and Identity
Development-- Andrea Hunt, University of North
Alabama; Michael Neal, Florida State University; Ruther
Palmer, The College of New Jersey; Brad Wuetherick,
Dalhousie University
Thinking about Space: Physical and Ideological
Deconstructions of Belonging-- Sharmaine Jackson,
Stetson University
Online Inclusivity in a Small College, "Worldwide"
Classroom-- Kamala Platt, Arizona State University
|Session 201. Sociology of Education: Educational
Disadvantage and Resiliency - Paper Session
REDBUD C
Organizer: Jennifer Augustine, University of South Carolina
Presider: Emily Rachel Persons, Duke University
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"My Teacher Hates Me": Student Perception of Teacher
Bias and Later Academic Outcomes-- Emily Rachel
Persons, Duke University; Kamilah Legette, Duke
University; Angel Harris, Duke University
Women who Persist in STEM Majors: Evidence from
North Carolina-- Martha Bottia, University of North
Carolina-Charlotte; Elizabeth Stearns, University of
North Carolina-Charlotte; Stephanie Moller, University
of North Carolina-Charlotte; Roslyn Mickelson,
University of North Carolina-Charlotte; Yolanda
Kennedy, University of North Carolina-Charlotte
Natural Mentors, Social Class, and College Success-John Reynolds, Florida State University; Michael Parrish,
Florida State University
|Session 202. Group Processes Mini-conference 2 - Identity
and Affect - Paper Session
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Organizer: Lisa Slattery Walker, University of North
Carolina-Charlotte
Presider: Michael Patrick Vaughn, Emory University
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Fantasy and Power: Condom Negotiation in South
African Clients of Sex Workers-- Michael Patrick Vaughn,
Emory University
Clickbait and Cognitive Processes: Using Affect Control
Theory to Understand Media Interest-- Jessica L. Collett,
University of Notre Dame; Kayla D. R. Pierce, University
of Notre Dame
Democracy at Work in Baltimore: Examining the
Practices of Internal Democracy-- Heather Hax, Towson
University
Exploring Generous Identity through Affect Control
Theory-- Leanne T. Barry, University of North
Carolina-Charlotte
Generous Team Identity-- Shahar Gur,; Lisa Slattery
Walker, University of North Carolina-Charlotte
|Session 203. Social Movements and Culture - Paper Session
Organizer: Anna W. Jacobs, Vanderbilt University
Presider: Anna W. Jacobs, Vanderbilt University
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Social Movement Schools: Sites for Consciousness
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Transformation, Training, and Future Social
Development-- Larry W. Isaac, Vanderbilt University;
Anna W. Jacobs, Vanderbilt University; Jaime Kucinskas,
Hamilton College; Allison McGrath, Vanderbilt
University
Building Mnemonic Capacity: Public and Private
Memories of the Greensboro Massacre-- Nicole Fox,
University of New Hampshire; David Cunningham,
Washington University- St. Louis; Christina Simko,
Williams College
Making the Disruptive Routine: Changing Protest
Repertoires across Corporate and State Targets-- Marc
Dixon, Dartmouth; Andrew Martin, The Ohio State
University
Targeting Culture: Feminist Legal Activists and
Critical-Community Tactics-- Holly McCammon,
Vanderbilt University; Allison McGrath, Vanderbilt
University; Megan Robinson, Vanderbilt University;
Ashley Dixon, Vanderbilt University
|Session 204. Deviant Behavior and Mental Health - Paper
Session
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Organizer: Terrence D Hill, University of Arizona
Presider: Muhammed Yildiz, Louisiana State University
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College Female Social Networks, Substance Use, and
Sexual Assault-- Margaret Campe, University of
Kentucky
The Effects of Parental Incarceration Timing and
Frequency on Internalizing and Externalizing Behaviors-Christopher P. McDaniel, North Carolina State University
Exposure to Suicidal Behavior: Gender and Suicide
Attempts among Turkish Adolescents-- Muhammed
Yildiz, Louisiana State University
Second Chances: Pathways through Higher Education for
Students in Recovery from Substance Use Disorders-Rachel Ryding, University of Delaware
|Session 205. Inequality and Health Disparities - Paper Session REGENCY BALLROOM
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Organizers: Jennifer Augustine, University of South Carolina;
Shawn Bauldry, Purdue University; Andrea Henderson-Platt,
University of South Carolina
Presider: Kristin B. Allen, Florida State University
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|Session 206. Gender and Sexuality in Families - Paper Session THINK TANK @
NOMA
Organizers: D'Lane R Compton, University of New Orleans;
Sinikka Elliott, North Carolina State University; Nicholas Guittar,
Valdosta State University; Gretchen Webber, Middle Tennessee
State University; Maria Lowe, Southwestern University
Presider: Laura Beth Fitzwater Gonzales, North Carolina State
University
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Evaluating the Effects of Financial Strain Trajectories on
Cardiovascular Disease Onset: A Person-Centric
Approach using Growth Mixture Modeling-- Eric T.
Klopack, University of Georgia
The Influences of Education and Income on the Onset
and Progression of Diabetes-- Kristin B. Allen, Florida
State University; Michael McFarland, Florida State
University
Social Determinants of Health: Five Emerging Areas of
Research -- Karen Mundy-Judkins, Lee University;
Bennett Judkins, Lee University
Understanding Disparities in Poisoning Deaths: Trends in
Fatal Heroin and Fentanyl Overdoses in the United
States, 2005-2015-- Mbabazi Kariisa, CDC Foundation;
Stacy G Harmon, CDC Foundation; Sonia Menon, CDC
Foundation
Stepping into the Courts: Shared Parenting among
Lesbian Stepparent Families -- Katie Acosta, Georgia
State University
"Manning Up" to be a Good Father: Masculinity and
Responsible Fatherhood Policy-- Jennifer Randles,
California State University-Fresno
Stay-at-Home-Fathers: Managing Masculinity and
Adjusting to Non-Traditional Family Roles-- Jordan
Bendickson, University of North Carolina-Charlotte
Coming Out and Losing Out: Gay Men in Emerging
Adulthood and Family Support-- Joshua Charles Cafferty,
University of Arkansas
|Session 207. The Coming of Southern Prohibition: The
Dispensary System and the Battle over Liquor in South
Carolina, 1907-1915 by Michael Lewis (Louisiana State
University Press, 2016) - Author-Meets-Critics
Organizer: Kenneth T Andrews, University of North
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Carolina-Chapel Hill
Presider: Kenneth T Andrews, University of North
Carolina-Chapel Hill
Panelists: Michael Lewis, Christopher Newport University;
Kenneth T Andrews, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill;
Vincent Roscigno, The Ohio State University; Cameron Lippard,
Appalachian State University
9:30 AM—10:45 AM
|Session 208. The Rise of the Itinerant Academic Labor Force:
Contingent Employment among Sociologists - Panel
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Organizer: Kendra Jason, University of North Carolina-Charlotte
Presider: Marisa Allison, George Mason University
Panelists: Marisa Allison, George Mason University; Gillian
Niebrugge-Brantley, George Washington University; Taylor Ford,
Ithaca College; Victor Perez, University of Delaware
9:30 AM—10:45 AM
|Session 209. Roundtable #26: International Migration after
the Great Recession: Return and Labor Integration Roundtable
REGENCY BALLROOM
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Organizer: Maria Aysa-Lastra, Winthrop University
Presider: Maria Aysa-Lastra, Winthrop University
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The Payoff to Mexican Return Migration Before and
After the Recession-- Nicole Denier, Colby College;
Claudia Masferrer, El Colegio de Mexico
Migration Responses to the Economic Crisis among Latin
American Immigrants in Spain-- Victoria Prieto,
Universidad de la República; Joaquin Recano,
Universidad Autonoma de Barcelona
Expansion, Recession and Recovery: Labor Patterns of
Native and Latino Immigrants in US and Spain Labor
Market Niches-- Maria Aysa-Lastra, Winthrop University
|Session 210. Roundtable #7: Sociology of Education: Attitudes REGENCY BALLROOM
and Perceptions about School and Education - Roundtable
D, D2, E, E2
Organizer: Jennifer Augustine, University of South Carolina
Presider: Dionne Paula Parris, Georgia State University
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The Impact of Socioeconomic Class Towards Views on
Online College Education-- Jonathon Holland,
Georgetown University; Eva Coll, Georgetown University
Cool Down or Warm Up? Understanding Motivations
Behind Student-Athlete Major Choices-- Dionne Paula
Parris, Georgia State University
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Valuing College: How Current Students Define the Value
of Higher Education-- Casey Welch, UMO
|Session 211. Roundtable #8: Sociology of Education:
Educational Inequality - Roundtable
REGENCY BALLROOM
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Organizer: Jennifer Augustine, University of South Carolina
Presider: Alanna Beth Gillis, University of North Carolina-Chapel
Hill
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The Enthusiasts, Backup Planners, and Professionals:
How College Students Approach Participation in Service
Programs after Graduation-- Alanna Beth Gillis,
University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
When Tight Coupling for Some Means Loose Coupling
for Others: The Effects of Accountability and Gender on
Coupling in Schools-- Maria Paino, Oakland University
School's Out for Summer: Pervasiveness and Magnitude
of Summer Learning Loss-- Joseph J. Merry, Furman
University; Joseph Workman, University of Oxford
|Session 212. Roundtable #9: Sociology of Education:
Environmental and Social Aspects of Schools - Roundtable
REGENCY BALLROOM
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Organizer: Jennifer Augustine, University of South Carolina
Presider: Natalie Danielle Bullock, Mississippi State University
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Searching for a Genuine Sorority Woman: Greek
Recruitment Practices at Public and Private Universities-Holly O'Hara, Southwestern University
Sociological Ambivalence and Contemporary
Approaches to Medical Education: Evaluating the
Consequences of Incivility on African American Medical
Students-- Catherine Harris, Wake Forest University;
Michael Wise, Appalachian State University
Cultural Capital in the French Language Classroom-- Cat
Flynn, North Carolina State University
|Session 213. Roundtable #4: Gender & Sexuality - Roundtable REGENCY BALLROOM
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Organizer: Terrence D Hill, University of Arizona
Presider: D'Lane R Compton, University of New Orleans
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Trans* Student Experience of College Campus Space-Madeline Johnson, James Madison University
Campus Climates for Inclusion of Sexual and Gender
Minorities in the Southeastern US"-- Pam Hunt Kirk,
University of West Georgia
The Broken Triangle: A Look at Why Colleges and
Universities Lack Focus on Suitable Targets when it
Comes to Intervening and Preventing Sexual Assault
through the Lens of Routine Activities Theory-- Rebecca
R.M. DeCesare, University of Central Florida
Islam and Gender: The Connection between Muslim
Religiosity and Gender Equality in Turkey-- Ramazan
Aydogdu, Louisiana State University
Music and Sexual Behavior-- Megan Ashleigh Olive,
University of Central Florida
|Session 214. Roundtable #1: Collective Behavior & Social
Change - Roundtable
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Organizer: Terrence D Hill, University of Arizona
Presider: Fletcher Winston, Mercer University
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Policy Outcomes of the Student Fossil Fuel Divestment
Movement-- Fletcher Winston, Mercer University
When Prostitution was Legal: Sociology and Long Term
Social Change-- Mitchell Mackinem, Claflin University;
Deborah Laufersweiler-Dwyer, Claflin University
Valerie's House: A Case Study in Nonprofit Work and
Organizational Development-- Deeb Kitchen, Florida
Gulf Coast University
|Session 215. Roundtable #2: Demography & Development Roundtable
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Organizer: Terrence D Hill, University of Arizona
Presider: Ravi Ghadge, Kennesaw State University
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An Analysis of Natives' Attitudes toward Immigrants-Ugur Orak, Louisiana State University
The Intergenerational Impact of Parental Migration:
Social Mobility among Return Migrants and their
Families in Mexico-- Janelle Ashley Viera, University of
North Carolina-Chapel Hill
Contesting Development: Poor Peoples' Movements in
Mumbai-- Ravi Ghadge, Kennesaw State University
|Session 216. Roundtable #5: Health & Social Psychology -
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Roundtable
D, D2, E, E2
Organizer: Terrence D Hill, University of Arizona
Presider: Erik Tyler Withers, University of South Florida
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Family Structure & Parenting Behaviors: Predicting Risky
Sexual Behavior in African American Adolescents-Megan Elizabeth Steele, University of Georgia
Using a Stress Process Approach to Examine Latino
Interethnic and Intra-ethnic Relationships-- Jessica L
Burke, Francis Marion University
Manufacturers of Illness: The Case of E-Cigarettes-Linda Treiber, Kennesaw State University
Consuming Selves -- Erik Tyler Withers, University of
South Florida
Toward a Social Psychology of Migration and
Assimilation -- Emily Cabaniss, Sam Houston State
University
|Session 217. Roundtable #3: Environmental & Political
Sociology - Roundtable
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Organizer: Terrence D Hill, University of Arizona
Presider: Ashley Meadow, University of Georgia
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Climate Fluctuations, Environmental Degradation, and
System Transformation in the Distant Past -- Daniel
Sarabia, Roanoke College; Gina Nasiadka, Roanoke
College; Annie Patterson, Roanoke College
Socio-Ecological Solidarity and Sanction-Oriented Action
in Developing a Just, Ecologically Sustainable Food
System -- Andrew Smolski, North Carolina State
University
The Bolivian Climate: Social Hierarchy in Policy
Formation -- Ashley Meadow, University of Georgia
|Session 218. Roundtable #6: Work and Organizations Roundtable
Organizer: Terrence D Hill, University of Arizona
Presider: Jalisa Marie Hankerson, University of Central Florida
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What is the Future of Cultural Feminist Separatist
Spaces?-- Katherine Ayers, Virginia Tech
Tis the Season: An In-Depth Look at Volunteering
around the Holidays-- Jalisa Marie Hankerson, University
of Central Florida
Learning Across Spaces: Building Community,
Embedding Pedagogy, and Curricular Cohesion-- Tangela
G. Towns, Winston-Salem State University
Linguistic Job Matching: Southern Dialect and
Employment across Industries-- Jon Forrest, North
Carolina State University; Steve McDonald, North
Carolina State University; Robin Dodsworth, North
Carolina State University
"I'm Sorry Dave, but I'm Afraid There's No More Work":
The Rise of Artificial Intelligence and Fears of
Technological Unemployment -- Paul McClure, Baylor
University
|Session 219. Poster Session #2: Gender, Race, and Class Poster Session
Organizer: Terrence D Hill, University of Arizona
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Gender and the Situational Leadership Model: An
Exploratory Study of the Implications that Gender Plays
in the Leader-Worker Relationship-- Frederick L Hunter
Jr., Tougaloo College
Exploring Gender-Specific Characterizations in Letters of
Recommendation for Sociology Faculty Candidates-Douglas Kuck, University of South Carolina-Aiken
Gender Variance and Perceptions of Gendered
Privilege-- Kristina Lynn Davis, University of Central
Florida; Amy Melissa Donley, University of Central
Florida
Transphobia: Transgender Acceptance in Christian
Liberal Arts University-- Brandi Joann Kilpatrick, Lee
University
Gender and Emotion Work Within a Domestic Violence
Intervention Program-- Michael Brinkman, North
Carolina State University
My (Marital) Status should not Matter: Investigating
Attitudes toward Abortion-- Christopher Michael Guido,
University of Central Florida; Ketty Andrea Fernandez,
University of Central Florida
Who's Minding the Kids? Gender Ideology, Division of
Childcare, and the Mediating Role of Intensive
Parenting-- Claudia Laine Tillman, Georgia State
University
Inclusion and Equity of Engineering Diversities: Social
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Capital, Cultural Models, and Success of Women and
Minority Engineering Undergraduates-- Gladis Kersaint,
University of Connecticut; Julie P. Martin, Clemson
University; Chrystal Smith, University of Connecticut;
George MacDonald, University of South Florida;
Reginald Lee, University of South Florida; John Skvoretz,
University of South Florida; Kingsley Reeves, University
of South Florida; Julie Martin, Clemson University;
Rebecca Ann Campbell, University of Connecticut;
Jonathan Ware, University of South Florida
Racial Differences between Nationalism and Attitudes
on Immigration-- Amairini Sanchez, University of Central
Florida
The Marginalization of Pregnant Women through Drug
Tests Mandated by the State-- Ciera Cockrell, Davidson
College
The Perceived Impact of Colorism-- Kendra Castleberry,
University of Central Florida
Table Top Role Playing Groups: Differential Inclusivity
between In-Person and Online Groups and Perceptions
within and without the Subculture-- Jakeob Sharp,
University of Tennessee-Martin; Aaron Rowland,
University of Tennessee-Martin
|Session 220. Poster Session #1: Health and Substance Use Poster Session
Organizer: Terrence D Hill, University of Arizona
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Seeking Zika? Epidemic Intelligence of Christian Liberal
Arts College Students-- Rebecca Ann Hooper, Lee
University
Food Insecurity and Federally Funded Benefits Spent on
Sugar-Sweetened Beverages: A comparison of SNAP
Participants with non-SNAP Participants-- Andres Pedro
Romualdo, University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Social and Demographic Trends of Spain and Nigeria: An
Exploratory Analysis-- Casie Johnson, Fayetteville State
University; Hideki Morooka, Fayetteville State University
Continued Disparities in Hospice Utilization: Critical
Factors Influence End-of-Life Choices-- Tabitha R Ingle,
Georgia College & State University
#Suicide: A Content Analysis of Suicide-Themed Posts on
Instagram-- Lauren Anne Daniel, University of Central
Florida
Suicide: A Further Analysis of The Rational Tendency
toward The Right to Die -- Michelle Fabiola Parra,
University of Central Florida
Relationship Abuse among Student Veterans-- Hosik
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Min, University of South Alabama
Dollars and Daiquiris, Bucks and Booze: A Study of
Parental SES and its Effects on their Undergraduate
Children's Alcohol Use-- Coralia Teodora Balasca,
Furman University; Mary Kate Buchanan, Furman
University
Social and Demographic Correlates of Alcohol and Illicit
Substance Use among Accommodations and Food
Service Workers-- MacKenzie Edmisten, Lenoir-Rhyne
University; Rebecca A. Redmond, Lenoir-Rhyne
University
Know Thy Drugs: Christian Millennials and Knowledge of
Illegal Substances -- Megan Balut, Lee University
Transgender Homelessness: A Descriptive Study Based
on the Atlanta Youth Count and Needs Assessment
2015-- Ana LaBoy, Georgia State University
|Session 221. Recognition Gaps: The Mission of Sociology in
the Age of Trump - Presidential Plenary
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Organizer: Christopher G. Ellison, The University of Texas-San
Antonio
Presider: Christopher G. Ellison, The University of Texas-San
Antonio
Panelist: Michèle Lamont, Harvard University
1:00 PM—2:15 PM
|Session 222. Policing Sexuality and Gender - Paper Session
Organizers: Kirk Anthony Johnson, University of Mississippi; Kim
Ebert, North Carolina State University
Presider: Helen M. Brethauer-Gay, Florida A & M University
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Women's Decision-Making Authority in Africa: The Case
of Cameroon-- Yanyi K Djamba, Population Services
International; Christine Ebot Tanyi, Lycée Technique de
Bazou, Cameroon
Differential Reporting of Sexual Harassment across Race
and Gender-- Helen M. Brethauer-Gay, Florida A & M
University; Felecia Dix-Richardson, Florida A & M
University
Exploring Misogynoir and Black Male Patriarchy through
Sexual Double Standards-- Mariah E Webber, University
of North Carolina-Charlotte
Cultural Model Of Masculinity: How Social Class Has
Defined How To Be Man-- Walker Lee, Valdosta State
University
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Felecia Dix-Richardson, Florida A & M University
|Session 223. Sociology of Education: The Price of College Paper Session
GARDENIA
Organizer: Brandon A Jackson, University of Arkansas
Presider: Emily Daina Saras, Florida State University
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Highly Credentialed: Exploring Differential Returns to
the College Degree by Race -- Deborwah Faulk, Ohio
State University
The (Un)Credentialed Worker: Finding a Job in an
Insecure Labor Market-- Kalasia Shqueen Daniels,
University of Cincinnati
Variation in School Sector Advantages: Degrees,
Earnings, and College Majors-- David Sikkink, University
of Notre Dame; Sara Skiles, University of Notre Dame
|Session 224. New Directions for Exploring Race and Gender
Inequality - Paper Session
MAGNOLIA
Organizer: Gerardo Marti, Davidson College
Presider: Gerardo Marti, Davidson College
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System Avoidance and Inequality after Authoritarianism
Ends-- Natalie Delia Deckard, Davidson College
Getting Something to Eat in Jackson: Foodways and
Racial Sincerity-- Joseph C. Ewoodzie, Davidson College
Does Gender Inequality Make it more Difficult to
Balance Work and Family? Findings from A
Cross-National Survey -- Gayle Kaufman, Davidson
College
New Forms of Racialized Religion among Diverse
Churches in White-Dominant America: How Intentional
Use of Racial Stereotypes Legitimates an Ex-Muslim
Pastor in a Southern Evangelical Church-- Gerardo Marti,
Davidson College
|Session 225. Appalachia and Environment - Paper Session
Organizer: Feng Hao, University of South Florida Sarasota
Manatee
Presider: Feng Hao, University of South Florida Sarasota
Manatee
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Pursuing Inclusion and Equity in a Post-Coal Economy:
Towards A New Appalachian Land Study-- Karen Rignall,
University of Kentucky; M. Aaron Guest, University of
Kentucky; Lindsay Shade, University of Kentucky;
Shaunna Scott, University of Kentucky; Shane Barton,
University of Kentucky; Betsy Taylor, LiKEN
Social Vulnerability of the Appalachian Region-- Bethany
Brown, Loyola University-Chicago
Moving Mountains -- An GIS Analysis of Mortality Rates
and MTR Coal Mining in Appalachia-- James Pugh,
University of Louisville
Socio-Environmental Costs of Coal Mining for
Appalachia in Comparison with the U.S. -- Feng Hao,
University of South Florida Sarasota Manatee
Crime and Disaster: The Buffalo Creel Flood then, and a
Buffalo Creek Flood Now-- Bethany Brown, Loyola
University-Chicago
|Session 226. Views on Punishment and Rehabilitation - Paper REDBUD B
Session
Organizer: Barbara Harris Combs, Clark Atlanta University
Presider: Bethany Nelson, University of Tennessee-Knoxville
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An Examination of Gender Disparities in Correctional
Programming and Reentry Services -- Kayla Lucile Hulon,
Georgia Southern University; Laurie Gould, Georgia
Southern University; John Brent, Georgia Southern
University
The Corrections Corporation of America: Framing Public
Good and Private Harm-- Bethany Nelson, University of
Tennessee-Knoxville
Crimes of Domination in the Corporate University -Terrell Hayes, High Point University
Non-Traditional Emergency Response: Inmate Labor in a
Disaster-- J. Carlee Purdum, Louisiana State University
|Session 227. Studies in Cultural Sociology - Paper Session
Organizer: Terrence D Hill, University of Arizona
Presider: Cathryn Beeson-Lynch, Vanderbilt University
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|Session 228. Social Context and Mental Health - Paper Session REGENCY BALLROOM
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Organizers: Amy M Burdette, Florida State University; C. André
Christie-Mizell, Vanderbilt University
Presider: Robert J. Johnson, University of Miami
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Processes of Stigmatization and Destigmatization in
Online News Coverage of Sugar Dating-- Cathryn
Beeson-Lynch, Vanderbilt University
My Little Pony and Pierre Bourdieu: Applying Field and
Habitus to a Fandom-- Joshua Anthony Reyna,
University of Texas-San Antonio
Swallowing the Red Pill: Misogyny and Collective
Masculinities in an Online Space-- Pierce Dignam,
Florida State University
"I'm Sorry we Let you Down": A Qualitative Analysis of
Managements Response to Customer Reviews -- Lisa
McManus, North Carolina State University
The Cost of Arrest: Financial Strains of a Criminal Arrest
Record-- Robert J. Johnson, University of Miami
Neighborhood Social Interactions and Mental Health:
Exploring Ethnic and Nativity Distinctions among Black
Americans-- Christy L. Erving, University of North
Carolina-Charlotte; Ornella Hills, University of
Wisconsin-Madison
Co-occurring Disorders in a Rural Appalachian County
Jail-- Dana Rasch, University of the South
Comparing Attitudes toward Mental Health in Two Rural
Communities in South Carolina-- Anna J. Campbell,
Lander University
|Session 229. Disparities in Drug Use - Paper Session
Organizer: Terrence D Hill, University of Arizona
Presider: Sarah Sacra, University of Central Florida
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Drug Use and Contributing Factors: A Study of National
Drug Use over a Decade-- Dalton Oliver Rogers, East
Tennessee State University
Neighborhood Characteristics and Prescription Drug
Misuse: The Importance of Social Disorganization and
Social Capital-- Sarah Sacra, University of Central
Florida; Alexis Yohros, University of Central Florida;
Jason Ford, University of Central Florida
The Effects of Combat Experience on Illicit Drug Use: A
Test of General Strain Theory-- Timothy McClure,
University of South Carolina-Aiken; Christopher Purser,
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University of North Alabama
The Effects of Stress on Drug Use and how Drug
Perception Moderates the Effect among College
Students-- Jorge Flores, Stetson University; Sven Smith,
Stetson University
|Session 230. Race, Health, and Health Care - Paper Session
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Organizers: Sinikka Elliott, North Carolina State University;
Maria Lowe, Southwestern University; Hephzibah Strimc-Pawl,
Manhattanville College
Presider: Carlos Tavares, Duke University
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Does Racial Identity Protect? Examining the Relationship
between Perceived Racism and Health among Black
Middle-Class Americans-- Carlos Tavares, Duke
University
Cardiovascular Risks of Stroke: An Examination of
Black-White Disparities in Mississippi-- Jessica Maria
Omoregie, University of Texas-San Antonio
Racial/Ethnic Differences in Cigarette Use: The Roles of
Mental Illness and Health-Care Access/Utilization-- Celia
C Lo, Texas Woman's University; Fan Yang, University of
Alabama Tuscaloosa; William Ash-Houchen, ; Tyrone
Cheng, University of Alabama Tuscaloosa
Drug Use in Health Lifestyles Theory: Does Type of Use
differ across Race?-- Katie Nicole McIntyre, University of
Alabama-Birmingham
|Session 231. Navigating Hostile Campuses: Sexuality and
Gender Inequality in Schools - Paper Session
Organizers: D'Lane R Compton, University of New Orleans;
Sinikka Elliott, North Carolina State University; Gretchen
Webber, Middle Tennessee State University; Maria Lowe,
Southwestern University; Nicholas Guittar, Valdosta State
University
Presider: Caitlin Maura Hennessy, RTI International
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What Street Harassment Means-- Madison Kate Davis,
James Madison University
Ally, Bully or Bystander? The Role of Schools in
Supporting Sexual Minority Youth-- Amie Patricia Hess,
Meredith College; Katherine A. Sills, Meredith College;
Melissa Jenkins, Meredith College
Understanding Barriers to Implementing LGBT-specific
Programs in North Carolina High Schools: Implications
for Rural Communities -- Caitlin Maura Hennessy, RTI
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International; Michael Halpern, RTI International
Perceptions of Safety Among LGBTQ+ Populations on
College Campuses-- Robert Keeton, Pellissippi State
Community College; Jennifer Rhiannon Scroggins,
Montana State University Billings
|Session 232. Gender Benders: Research and Activism Beyond CREPE MYRTLE
the Binary (Sponsored by Sociologists for Women in
Society-South) - Panel
Organizer: Penny Harvey, Georgia State University
Presider: Penny Harvey, Georgia State University
Panelists: Victoria Ruth Eaton, University of North
Carolina-Wilmington; stef shuster, Appalachian State University;
Alithia Skye, Georgia State University
1:00 PM—2:15 PM
|Session 233. Islamophobia in Action - Presidential Plenary
REGENCY BALLROOM
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Organizer: Gabriel Acevedo, University of Texas, San Antonio
Presider: Gabriel Acevedo, University of Texas, San Antonio
Panelist: Louise Cainkar, Marquette University
1:00 PM—2:15 PM
|Session 234. Roundtable #11: Understanding the Creation of
Fields and Subcultures - Roundtable
REGENCY BALLROOM
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Organizer: Amanda Koontz Anthony, University of Central
Florida
Presider: Jeff Scott Shelton, University of Georgia
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Crossing the Line: An Exploration of Law Creation and
Subculture Involvement in California-- Daniel Ryan
Kavish, Lander University
Integration of the Systems of Professions and Strategic
Action Field Theory in the Emergence of a New
Occupational Group in the Mental Health Field -- Jeff
Scott Shelton, University of Georgia
The Case for Distinguishing Between (Agentic) Action &
(Agentic) Thinking-- Joseph P Cleary, Lehman
College-City University of New York
|Session 235. Roundtable #16: Communication and Health Roundtable
Organizers: Jennifer Augustine, University of South Carolina;
Shawn Bauldry, Purdue University; Andrea Henderson-Platt,
University of South Carolina
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Presider: Andrea Laurent-Simpson, Texas Woman's University
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|Session 236. Roundtable #14: Children & Youth - Roundtable REGENCY BALLROOM
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Organizer: Terrence D Hill, University of Arizona
Presider: Nancy L. Malcom, Georgia Southern University
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Zika Virus as a (Non) Public Health Threat: Social Media,
Expert Contestation, and Conspiracy-- Andrea
Laurent-Simpson, Texas Woman's University; Celia C Lo,
Texas Woman's University
Communication about Genetics among Latino
Farmworkers and Non-farmworkers in North Carolina-Joanne C. Sandberg, Wake Forest School of Medicine;
DaKysha Moore, Johnson C. Smith University; Timothy
D. Howard, Wake Forest School of Medicine; Fang-Chi
Hsu, Wake Forest School of Medicine; Thomas A. Arcury,
Wake Forest School of Medicine
Communication and Health: Hispanic Advantage or
Disadvantage?-- Daisy Angeles, University of Memphis
"Just Eric and Dylan Things": A Qualitative, Audio,
Textual, and Visual Content Analysis of 'Columbiner'
Instagram Subculture and Youth Perspectives on School
Shootings-- Brianna Wright, Mississippi State University
From William's Doll to Jacob's New Dress: The Depiction
of Gender Non-Conforming Boys in Children's Picture
Books from 1972 to 2014-- Nancy L. Malcom, Georgia
Southern University; Nicole Sheahan, Georgia Southern
University
Bullying Response in North Louisiana Schools-- Natalie
Danielle Bullock, Mississippi State University
|Session 237. Roundtable #17: Disease Experience and
Prevention - Roundtable
Organizers: Jennifer Augustine, University of South Carolina;
Shawn Bauldry, Purdue University; Andrea Henderson-Platt,
University of South Carolina
Presider: Moira Pauline Johnson, University of North
Carolina-Chapel Hill
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Comparative Analysis on the Program Effectiveness of
two Approaches to HIV Intervention.-- Earl S. Mowatt,
Bethune-Cookman University
Factors for Weight Maintenance in Young Adulthood
among Overweight versus Normal Weight Adolescents-Moira Pauline Johnson, University of North
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Carolina-Chapel Hill
The Illness Experience: Lyme Disease-- Timothy
Kleinknecht, College of Charleston; Sarah Jean
Hatteberg, College of Charleston; George Dickinson,
College of Charleston
|Session 238. Roundtable #10: Studies in Demography Roundtable
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Organizer: Terrence D Hill, University of Arizona
Presider: Michael R. Cope, Brigham Young University
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Social Vulnerability and Intended Migration in the Wake
of the 2010 Deepwater Horizon Oil Spill: Southeast
Louisiana-- Michael R. Cope, Brigham Young University;
Tim Slack, Louisiana State University; Troy C. Blanchard,
Louisiana State University; Matthew R. Lee, Louisiana
State University
Women's Status and the Transitions to First, Second,
and Third Births in Turkey-- DeAnna L. Gore, University
of South Carolina-Aiken
Marriage Delay in the State of Qatar-- ELRAYAH A.
Osman, Qatar University
|Session 239. Roundtable #13: Campus Sexual Assault Roundtable
REGENCY BALLROOM
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Organizer: Denise L. Bissler, Randolph-Macon College
Presider: Denise L. Bissler, Randolph-Macon College
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Trends in Type of Rape Myth Adherence and Campus
Climate: Findings from Longitudinal Data-- Denise L.
Bissler, Randolph-Macon College
Examination of Administrative Policies and its Affect on
Rape Culture on College-- Haylee Pellegrino, University
of Tennessee at Chattanooga
What Were You Wearing?: An Evaluation of East
Tennessee State University Response to Sexual Assault -Tori Neal, st Tennessee State University
Discussant:
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1:00 PM—2:15 PM
|Session 240. Roundtable #15: Classical Sociological Frontiers
and Beyond - Roundtable
Organizer: Terrence D Hill, University of Arizona
Presider: Patrick Sacleux, PhD, University of Central Florida
REGENCY BALLROOM
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Why Black Lives and Other Lives are important for the
Future Accomplishments of Others-- Douglas Allen
Parker, California State University - Long Beach
Diversity, Inclusion, Resistance: The Words and the
Languages that We Use-- Patrick Sacleux, PhD,
University of Central Florida
A Conversation with Harriet Martineau about Early
Sociology in a World of Inequality-- Susan Weaver,
Univeristy of the Cumberlands
|Session 241. Roundtable #12: Urban Re-Development:
Models of Inclusion and Exclusion - Roundtable
REGENCY BALLROOM
D, D2, E, E2
Organizer: Sancha Medwinter, University of
Massachusetts-Amherst
Presider: William Grady Holt, Birmingham-Southern College
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Presence of the Past: Resurrecting Olmstead's Vision in
Railroad Park-- William Grady Holt,
Birmingham-Southern College
Poor Housing and Poor Health: A Census of Housing
Conditions in Greensboro, NC-- Holly Elizabeth Brown,
University of North Carolina-Greensboro; Stephen Sills,
University of North Carolina-Greensboro
Cycles of Development: Historical Structures of Power
and Opportunity in Miami's Gentrifying Neighborhoods
-- Brandon P. Martinez, University of Miami
|Session 242. Roundtable #19: Embodied Identity: Music,
Dance, Sports and Movies - Roundtable
Organizers: D'Lane R Compton, University of New Orleans;
Sinikka Elliott, North Carolina State University; Gretchen
Webber, Middle Tennessee State University; Maria Lowe,
Southwestern University; Nicholas Guittar, Valdosta State
University
Presider: Patrick B McGrady, University of New Haven
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Ballroom Dance: Performing Gender and Gender
Performativity -- Bernadette St. Amand, Louisiana State
University
"It's why we Sing": Gay Identity, Space, and Social
Support in a Gay Men's Chorus-- Patrick B McGrady,
University of New Haven
Representations of Gender in Contemporary Superhero
Movies-- Addison Shipley Allen, New College of Florida
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|Session 243. Roundtable #22: Global Risk Societies: The
Politics and Consequence of Lack of Nuclear and Climate
Hazards - Roundtable
REGENCY BALLROOM
D, D2, E, E2
Organizer: Sancha Medwinter, University of
Massachusetts-Amherst
Presider: Dana Michele Greene, University of North
Carolina-Chapel Hill
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Fukushima Meltdown and Social Shaping of Nuclear
Safety in India: A Critical Discourse Analysis -Nikhilendu Deb, University of Tennessee-Knoxville;
Nikhilendu Deb, University of Tennessee-Knoxville
Disaster Risk Perceptions, Exposure and Resource
Outcomes: Impacts of Hurricane Matthew in SC-- Lisa A
Eargle, Francis Marion University
The Water and the War, They are the Same Thing ("Çá
ãÇÁ æÇáÍÑÈ åí äÝÓ ÇáÔíÁ"): The Politics of Weather in
the Syrian Refugee Crisis-- Dana Michele Greene,
University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
1:00 PM—2:15 PM
|Session 244. Roundtable #18: Ecological Knowledge and
Collective Efficacy - Roundtable
REGENCY BALLROOM
D, D2, E, E2
Organizer: Sancha Medwinter, University of
Massachusetts-Amherst
Presider: Jenna A. Lamphere, The University of Tennessee
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"We're Doing Our Part": Regional Variation in the Goals
and Outcomes of Volunteer Water Quality Monitoring
Programs.-- Jaime McCauley, Coastal Carolina University
Explaining the Collective Efficacy of Oyster Gardeners in
the Oyster Gardening Project in Northern Indian River
Lagoon, Florida: Perceived Assessment or Ecological
Knowledge? -- Hyung Sam Park, University of Central
Florida; Phyllis Klarmann, University of Central Florida;
Samantha Anderson, Brevard Zoo; Virginia Barker,
Brevard County Natural Resources Management,
Melbourne, FL; Linda Walters, University of Central
Florida
The Silent City: Green Economy Development in
Knoxville, TN-- Jenna A. Lamphere, The University of
Tennessee
|Session 245. Roundtable #28: Politics, Caregiving, Resources, REGENCY BALLROOM
and Family Outcomes - Roundtable
D, D2, E, E2
Organizers: C. André Christie-Mizell, Vanderbilt University;
D'Lane R Compton, University of New Orleans
Presider: Melanie Sberna Hinojosa, University of Central Florida
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Predictors of Depression among College Student
Caregivers-- Melanie Sberna Hinojosa, University of
Central Florida; Ramon Hinojosa, University of Central
Florida; Elzbieta Sikorska-Simmons, University of Central
Florida
How Parents Deal with the Impacts of Autism:
Education, Class and Local Resources-- Jarett Worley,
University of Tennessee-Chattanooga
Denouncing Dissolution: Political and Cultural Backlash
against Divorce in the United States in the 1990s-Thomas Christopher Wolff, Washington and Lee
University
|Session 246. Poster Session #3: Crime, Law, and Deviance Poster Session
Organizer: Terrence D Hill, University of Arizona
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Why Hire Ex-Offenders? Cross-Industry Analysis of
Post-Incarceration Employment-- Laurel E Robinson,
George Mason University
Insurgency and Incarceration in the United States- A
Geo-Spatial Analysis -- Matthew David Porcelli,
Davidson College
Student Perceptions Concerning Political Speech's
Association with Violence-- Lisa A Eargle, Francis Marion
University; Jessica L Burke, Francis Marion University
Gender Performance and Offender Sentencing in
Domestic Violence Incidents -- Sarah Wilson, Coker
College
Faculty and Staff Responses to Title IX Reporting
Requirements-- Shannon Santana, University of North
Carolina-Wilmington
Once? Twice?: Factors that Distinguish First-Time from
Repeat Domestic Violence Offenders-- Janice E. Clifford,
Auburn University
Handling our own Business: Are Black Women Still More
Likely to Kill Their Partners? -- Maretta McDonald,
Louisiana State University
Should Restorative Justice be Implemented to Resolve
Campus Sexual Assault?: A Comparison of Restorative vs
Punitive Justice -- Tracy Le, Armstrong State University;
Alison Hatch, Armstrong State University
Perceptions of Deviant Student Athletes: The Influence
of Prestige-- Nathan Jagoda, University of Central
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2:30 PM—3:45 PM
|Session 247. Interpersonal Violence and Victimization - Paper DOGWOOD
Session
Organizer: Michael O Maume, University of North Carolina,
Wilmington
Presider: Hugh Floyd, Samford University
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Comparing the Views of Women on Mandatory
Reporting of Adult Domestic Violence when Children are
or are not Present in the Home-- Adam J. Pritchard,
University of Central Florida
Retrospective Narratives of Emotional Sibling Abuse-Courtney McDonald, University of South
Carolina-Upstate; Katherine Martinez, Metropolitan
State University of Denver
Barriers to Disclosure for Intimate Partner Violence
Survivors Outside of the Gender Binary-- Victoria
Kurdyla, University of North Carolina-Greensboro
Bullying among Adjudicated and Non-Adjudicated Youth
as Influenced by Race, Sex, Social Class, Peer
Orientation, Family Structure and Perceived Family
Support-- Hugh Floyd, Samford University
|Session 248. New Conceptualizations of the Causes and
Consequences of Health - Paper Session
Organizers: Jennifer Augustine, University of South Carolina;
Shawn Bauldry, Purdue University; Andrea Henderson-Platt,
University of South Carolina
Presider: Oshea Donnell Johnson, University of Miami
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Constructing Obesity: A Theoretical Comparison and
Future Implications in the Study of the Social Experience
of Weight Loss Surgery-- Barbara Hansen, University of
Alabama-Birmingham
YOLO: A Critical Exploration of 'Delayed Gratification'
and the Impact it has on Health Outcomes and
Rationalization of Health Behaviors by Socioeconomic
Status-- Oshea Donnell Johnson, University of Miami
Beliefs about Black-White Inequality and Social
Well-Being-- Anastasia S. Vogt Yuan, Virginia Tech
Cultural Representations of a Holistic Health Lifestyle:
Locating Wellness within Neoliberal Discourses of Choice
and Consumption-- Chelsea A. Platt, Southwestern
University
Self-Rated Health and Intolerance in the US-- Ismail Yigit,
GARDENIA
Mississippi State University; Dustin Brown, Mississippi
State University
2:30 PM—3:45 PM
|Session 249. Stereotypes, Identity, and White Privilege Paper Session
MAGNOLIA
Organizers: Kirk Anthony Johnson, University of Mississippi; Kim
Ebert, North Carolina State University
Presider: Anthony Jerome Stone Jr., University of Memphis
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Black on Both Sides: An Examination of Race, Class and
Identity in the Ghetto Mecca-- Jonathan Grant, Georgia
State University
Nationalism, Patriotism, and Xenophobia in Germany:
Relationships between Attitudes toward the National
In-Group and Out-Groups-- Horst-Alfred Heinrich,
University of Passau
"We Don't Like to Speak with our Kids about Race":
Interrogating White Racial Silence-- Megan R. Underhill,
University of North Carolina-Asheville
Racial Identity and Generalized Trust in People among
Blacks and Whites-- Jeffrey G. Toussaint, Virginia
Wesleyan College; K. Jill Kiecolt, Virginia Tech
|Session 250. Studies in Rural Sociology - Paper Session
REDBUD A
Organizer: Terrence D Hill, University of Arizona
Presider: Sarjo S Patrick, Bennett College
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Food Assistance Deserts and Rurality: The Geographic
Risk of Food Insecurity-- Julia Ferrara Waity, University
of North Carolina-Wilmington; Michael Gillespie,
Eastern Illinois University
A Downward Spiral: The Relationship between Economic
Downturn, Unemployment, and Addiction in Rural
Appalachia-- Rachel Ryding, University of Delaware;
Stephen Sills, University of North Carolina-Greensboro
Rural Asset Based Community Development: A Quality
of Life Study in Rural Appalachia-- Stephen Sills,
University of North Carolina-Greensboro; Rachel Ryding,
University of Delaware
The Aftermath of War on Poverty in Eastern Kentucky: A
Median Range Perspective-- Sarjo S Patrick, Bennett
College
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|Session 251. Boundaries, Discrimination, and Immigrants Paper Session
REDBUD B
Organizer: Kim Ebert, North Carolina State University
Presider: Raul S. Casarez, Rice University
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Drawing Borders with Words: The Formation of Racial
Boundaries in Americans when Measuring Attitudes
about Immigrants-- Raul S. Casarez, Rice University
Europeans' (In)Tolerance toward Immigrants: Who is the
Most Acceptable? -- Sevsem Cicek-Okay, University of
Cincinnati; Dr. David Maume Jr, University of Cincinnati
Master of None: Understanding the 1.5 Generation of
Asian Indian Immigrant Youth-- Nairuti Shastry, William
& Mary
Migration Policy and Criminalization of Migrants in
South Korea-- Yeon-Hwa Lee, Binghamton University
|Session 252. Crime and Criminal Justice: Cross-National
Perspectives - Paper Session
REDBUD C
Organizer: Michael O Maume, University of North Carolina,
Wilmington
Presider: Laurie Gould, Georgia Southern University
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A Cross-National, Theoretically-Driven Examination of
the Relationship between Income Inequality and
Homicide -- James Tuttle, North Carolina State
University
Social Network in Eastern Asia-Trust in Police-- Jiayi Li,
University of Tennessee-Knoxville
Social Cohesion, Polity and Economic Balance in Fragile
States: Determinants of Criminal Justice Sanctions-Matthew Pate, University at Albany; Laurie Gould,
Georgia Southern University
Work-Family Structures and Cross-National Rates of
Women's Offending-- Samantha E Applin, SUNY
Cortland
Explaining Feelings of Safety in Honduras: Demographic
Vulnerabilities, Perceptions of Local Order, and
Organizational Participation-- Leslie Elva MacColman,
University of Notre Dame
|Session 253. Creative Assignments and Activities - Paper
Session
Organizer: Idee Winfield, College of Charleston
Presider: Cenate Pruitt, University of North Georgia
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The View From Gorilla Position: Teaching Goffman with
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Professional Wrestling-- Cenate Pruitt, University of
North Georgia
Applying Theoretical Perspectives to a Profession -Andrew Mannheimer, Clemson University; Lisa
Weinberg, Florida State University
Millennials and College Writing: Linking Students
Attitudes and Pedagogy -- Michelle Petrie, University of
South Carolina-Aiken
|Session 254. Stigma, Stress, and Barriers to Mental Health
Services - Paper Session
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Organizers: Amy M Burdette, Florida State University; C. André
Christie-Mizell, Vanderbilt University
Presider: Dana Fennell, University of Southern Mississippi
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Normalization to Stigmatization: Perceptions of the
Different Forms of OCD-- Dana Fennell, University of
Southern Mississippi
Fear of Disclosure as a Barrier to Mental Health Care-Sydney Golditch, University of Florida
College Students' Perceptions of Mental Illness and
Barriers to Accessing Mental Health Services on College
Campuses -- Victoria Maria Ong, Middle Tennessee
State University
Masculinity and Sexual Minority Stress among Men in
Same-Sex Relationships -- Alexander Lu, Francis Marion
University
|Session 255. Food Access and Diet - Paper Session
Organizers: Jennifer Augustine, University of South Carolina;
Shawn Bauldry, Purdue University; Andrea Henderson-Platt,
University of South Carolina
Presider: Ken Kolb, Furman University
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Mapping and Measuring Food Desert Retail
Interventions-- Ken Kolb, Furman University; Maddie
Allums, Furman University
The Role of Policy Related Civic Engagement in Fruit and
Vegetable Consumption among Low-Income African
Americans in 3 Southeast Cities-- LaToya O'Neal
Coleman, University of Florida; Lori Bateman, University
of Alabama-Birmingham; Theolishia Smith, University of
Alabama-Birmingham; Yu-Feng Li, University of Alabama
at Birmingham; Chen Dai, University of Alabama at
Birmingham; Theresa W. Wallace, University of Alabama
at Birmingham; Mona N. Fouad, University of Alabama
REGENCY BALLROOM
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Rural Location and Childhood Obesity: The Impacts of
Food Access and Environments on Obesity Status among
North Carolina Students-- Joy Rayanne Piontak, Duke
University; Michael Schulman, North Carolina State
University
Hungering for an Education: The Unhappy Balance of
Work and Higher Education, and The Sacrifice of Food-Marissa Renee Cisneros, Texas A&M University
|Session 256. The Health of Populations: A Focus on African
Americans - Paper Session
REGENCY BALLROOM
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Organizers: Jennifer Augustine, University of South Carolina;
Shawn Bauldry, Purdue University; Andrea Henderson-Platt,
University of South Carolina
Presider: Andrew Tyler Latinsky, Florida State University
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Adolescent Economic Hardship, Young Adult Depressive
Symptoms, and the Moderating Role of Maternal
Support among Black Americans.-- Mia Brantley,
University of South Carolina
Weathering the Storm: An Examination of the
Interaction of Race and Teenage Pregnancy on
Involuntary Fetal Loss-- Andrew Tyler Latinsky, Florida
State University
African American Health Lifestyles and Mortality in the
Deep South: An Analysis of the Jackson Heart Study-William Cockerham, University of Alabama-Birmingham;
Bryant Hamby, University of Alabama-Birmingham;
Shawn Bauldry, Purdue University
"Dirty Work, Stigma, and Resilience": Volunteers and
Paid Workers who Work within the Areas of HIV/AIDS
and Teen Pregnancy with or within the African American
Community-- Anita Winfrey Thompson, Ph.D., Georgia
College & State University
|Session 257. Sexual Health and Communication - Paper
Session
Organizers: D'Lane R Compton, University of New Orleans;
Sinikka Elliott, North Carolina State University; Gretchen
Webber, Middle Tennessee State University; Maria Lowe,
Southwestern University; Nicholas Guittar, Valdosta State
THINK TANK @
NOMA
University
Presider: Orlaith Dee Heymann, University of Cincinnati
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The Eternally Nasty Woman: A Visual Analysis of Posters
about Sexually Transmitted Infections in the 1940s &
Today-- Orlaith Dee Heymann, University of Cincinnati
Mixed Messages: How Formal Sexual Education and
Parental Communication about Sex Vary By Race and
Gender-- Eryn Grucza Viscarra, Georgia College & State
University
Sex and the Mindy (Project): A Content Analysis of
Sexual Health Messages in Hulu's the Mindy Project-Rameika Raechelle Newman, University of Central
Florida; Dana Rosenfeld, University of Central Florida
How Parents and LGB Youth Talk about Dating and
Relationships with Each Other-- Tyler Ross Flockhart,
North Carolina State University
|Session 258. Research Incubator #3: Race - Workshop
REGENCY BALLROOM
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Organizer: Terrence D Hill, University of Arizona
Presider: Kirk Anthony Johnson, University of Mississippi
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Race, Disadvantage, and Status Pathways for High
Achieving Black Youth-- Tomeka Davis, Georgia State
University
Diversity at Predominantly White Universities: The
Experiences of Muslim Students-- Aneesa A. Baboolal,
University of Delaware
Divesting in Resident Students of Color: How South
Carolina's Reluctance to Fund Higher Education
Shortchanges Students-- Graham Knight, University of
South Carolina-Columbia; Spencer Platt, University of
South Carolina-Columbia
|Session 259. Research Incubator #2: Gender - Workshop
Organizer: Terrence D Hill, University of Arizona
Presider: D'Lane R Compton, University of New Orleans
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Examining Gender Differences in Self-Leadership and
Self-Talk-- Leann E. Caudill, UNC Charlotte; Shahar Gur, ;
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Allison Toth, UNC Charlotte
Gender of Sociology: Exploring Gender Equity in the
Employment of Top-Ranked Sociology Program Faculty-Jared Adams, University of Central Florida
In the Heat of the "Moment": Masculinity and Sexual
Consent in Male College Students-- Tanetta Andersson,
Trinity College
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|Session 260. Research Incubator #4: Work & Occupations Workshop
REGENCY BALLROOM
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Organizer: Terrence D Hill, University of Arizona
Presider: Gretchen Webber, Middle Tennessee State University
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Neoliberalism and Xenophobia: The Effects of Precarious
Work on Civic Engagement and Social Cohesion-- Pete
Knepper, North Carolina State University
Tensions and Paradoxes: The Complexities of Coping
with Work-Family Conflict Events-- Sabrina Speights,
UNC Charlotte; Jaime Bochantin, UNC Charlotte; Renee
Cowan, University of Texas-San Antonio
From Rockefeller to Gates: Toward a Sociological
Understanding of U.S. Philanthropy-- Emily McDonald,
George Mason University
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|Session 261. Research Incubator #1: Collective Behavior &
Social Movements - Workshop
REGENCY BALLROOM
C
Organizer: Terrence D Hill, University of Arizona
Presider: Marc Dixon, Dartmouth
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Towards a Black Feminist Understanding of Low-Income
Black Single Mothers' Experiences on Welfare-- Jennifer
Laverne Turner, Virginia Tech
Sexual Assault Prevention as a Social Movement-- Arialle
Kaye Crabtree, University of Georgia
Seeding Activism Online: Exploring Solidarity Hashtags
and Connections to Broader Protest Movements at U.S.
Colleges and Universities-- C. Rose Nelson, Stanford
University
|Session 262. Roundtable #25: Impairment and Death Roundtable
Organizer: Terrence D Hill, University of Arizona
Presider: Jason Milne, Longwood University
REGENCY BALLROOM
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Identity Negotiation Among Individuals with a Hearing
Loss-- Jason Milne, Longwood University; Lissa
Power-deFur, Longwood University
Dying in the USA: An Overview-- George Dickinson,
College of Charleston
To Sing at Grave-Making: An Ethnographic Study of
Funeral Home Directors and their Coping Mechanisms -Anastasia Sophia Campomizzi, University of
Tennessee-Chattanooga
|Session 263. Roundtable #21: Gender and Violence Roundtable
REGENCY BALLROOM
D, D2, E, E2
Organizer: Terrence D Hill, University of Arizona
Presider: David Andrew Kirschner, Georgia Gwinnett College
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2:30 PM—3:45 PM
Relationships between Victims, Perpetrators and the Use
of Force in Sexual Assaults: An Analysis of Intake Data at
a Sexual Assault Crisis Organization-- Von Bakanic,
College of Charleston; Katie Forrest, College of
Charleston
Online Information about Sexual Assault Resources on
College Campuses-- Jennifer Rhiannon Scroggins,
Montana State University Billings
Beyond Gamergate: Gender Inequality, Inclusion, and
Social Change in Video Game Culture-- David Andrew
Kirschner, Georgia Gwinnett College
|Session 264. Roundtable #23: Health Care Access Roundtable
REGENCY BALLROOM
D, D2, E, E2
Organizers: Jennifer Augustine, University of South Carolina;
Shawn Bauldry, Purdue University; Andrea Henderson-Platt,
University of South Carolina
Presider: Allison Wisecup, Radford University
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Realized Access among University Students: Utilization
of Student Health Services-- Allison Wisecup, Radford
University
Education and Access to Birth Control and Public Heath-Purity R. Thompson, Lander University
LGBT Healthcare Access -- Caleb Cameron Cooley,
University of Memphis
|Session 265. Roundtable #27: Oyster Gardens and Volunteer
Water Quality Monitoring Programs: Cultivating Ecological
Knowledge and Collective Efficacy - Roundtable
REGENCY BALLROOM
D, D2, E, E2
Organizer: Sancha Medwinter, University of
Massachusetts-Amherst
Presider: Grady Lowery, University of Tennessee-Knoxville
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Green Identities: The Climate Movement and the
Development of an Environmentalist Identity-- Amanda
M. Dewey, University of Maryland - College Park
The Relationship of Religiosity and Pro-Environmental
Behavior among Protestants and Catholics in the United
States-- Jordan W Wicht, George Mason University
Assessing Environmental Attitudes in Turkey-- Ahmet
Fidan, University of Tennessee-Knoxville; Grady Lowery,
University of Tennessee-Knoxville
|Session 266. Roundtable #20: Fathering and Family Outcomes REGENCY BALLROOM
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D, D2, E, E2
Organizers: C. André Christie-Mizell, Vanderbilt University;
D'Lane R Compton, University of New Orleans
Presider: Ellen Whitehead, Rice University
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Are In-Laws Substituting or Supplementing?: Receipt of
Kin Support from Paternal Relatives and the Brokering
Role of Fathers-- Ellen Whitehead, Rice University
Addressing and Breaking Barriers for Dads: Addressing
Maternal and Child Health through the Growing
Responsible Fathers through Support and Education
Project.-- Jeffry Will, University of North Florida
Impact of Father Absence and the Relationship between
Self Esteem and Violence in Youth-- McKenzie Bussman,
Samford University
|Session 267. Roundtable #24: Identity, Education and Family
Status - Roundtable
Organizers: C. André Christie-Mizell, Vanderbilt University;
D'Lane R Compton, University of New Orleans
Presider: Lijun Song, Vanderbilt University
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Shifting Identity Meanings for the Parent Status in the
United States: Pet Parents, Childlessness, and the
Companion Animal-- Andrea Laurent-Simpson, Texas
Woman's University
Educational Homogamy, Network Members' Status, and
Gender: A Comparison across Three Societies-- Lijun
Song, Vanderbilt University; Cleothia Frazier, Vanderbilt
University
REGENCY BALLROOM
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Effects of Educational and Metropolitan Context on
Black Intermarriage-- Danny Elworth Malone, Coker
College
|Session 268. Poster Session #4: Education and Stratification - MEZZANINE
Poster Session
Organizer: Terrence D Hill, University of Arizona
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Implicit Bias and the College Educational Experience-William David McLaurin, Coker College
More Money less Problems?: The Relationship between
Subjective Socioeconomic Status and Test Anxiety -Nicholas Torres, Furman University; Jasmine
Blassingame, Furman University
Diversity and Educational Inclusion and Equity in
Migration: Reification, Resistance, and Transformation
of Linguistic, Racial, and Ethnic Identity--An Applied
Approach-- Rebecca Ann Campbell, University of
Connecticut
College Internships and the Pathway to (In)equality: A
Case Study of First-Generation Student's Well-being
during Internship Placements-- Christian Rafael Suero,
George Mason University
Attitudes toward Pet Ownership among College
Students-- Hannah Marie Bellina, Valdosta State
University
The Dividing Line: Examining The Developing
"Beltlinization" of Atlanta, GA-- Dresden Lackey, M.S.,
Georgia State University
Do Employee Resource Groups Help Companies Combat
Inequality and Promote Inclusion in Corporate America-Eric Lopez, Hispanic Association on Corporate
Responsibility; Lisette Garcia, Hispanic Association on
Corporate Responsibility
Implicit Racial Bias towards Children-- Jennifer Triplett,
Anderson University; Stephanie Ulam, Anderson
University; Natarius Dawson, Anderson University
Princeville, NC: Mapping of Historically Relevant Sites of
the Oldest Incorporated African American Town-- Thea
Cox, East Carolina University
|Session 269. Marginalized Mothers (Co-Sponsored by
Sociologists for Womein in Society-South and Committee on
Sociological Practice) - Paper Session
Organizer: Tiffany Taylor, Kent State University
Presider: Tiffany Taylor, Kent State University
DOGWOOD
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Divergent Recoveries: Race, Class, Motherhood and the
Long Term Financial and Emotional Effects of
Experiencing a Natural Disaster-- Ariane Prohaska,
University of Alabama
Microaggressions & Microresistance: Exploring Black
Women's Homeschooling Experiences at the
Intersections of Race, Gender, and Class-- Taura Taylor,
Georgia State University
Welfare Queen Imagery and Mothering Expectations: A
Discourse Analysis of the Prejudiced Ideologies of
Welfare-to-Work Program Managers-- Brianna Turgeon,
Kent State University
'Too Young to be Done': The Influence of Medical
Professionals on Women's Decisions about Family
Completion-- Alexis T. Franzese, Elon University
|Session 270. Legitimate Environments and Constituents of
Environmental Injustice: Successfully Articulating Claims of
Environmental Racism - Paper Session
GARDENIA
Organizer: Sancha Medwinter, University of
Massachusetts-Amherst
Presider: Sancha Medwinter, University of
Massachusetts-Amherst
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Environmental Justice and Racial Discrimination in the
South-- Heather K Sanchez, North Carolina State
University; Alison E. Adams, University of Florida;
Thomas E. Shriver, North Carolina State University
Prisons and Environmental Justice-- Robert Todd Perdue,
Appalachian State University
Articulating How Racial Injustice Manifests in Urban
Disasters-- Sancha Medwinter, University of
Massachusetts-Amherst
|Session 271. Queer Rural/South Identities and Issues
(Sponsored by Sociologists for Women in Society-South) Paper Session
Organizer: Penny Harvey, Georgia State University
Presider: Penny Harvey, Georgia State University
REDBUD A
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Lesbian, Bisexual, and Queer Filipino American Women
doing Gender and Navigating Family in the South-Veronica Salcedo, Georgia State University
Coming Out Queer in the Bible Belt: How LGBTQ College
Students Navigate Sexual Identities on Campus -- Ellen
Lamont, Appalachian State University; Teresa Roach,
Appalachian State University
The Negotiation of Identities: Online Discussions of
Being a Woman who Loves Women and Growing up in
the Rural Areas of the Bible Belt-- Penny Harvey, Georgia
State University
"But You Don't Sound Like You're From the South": An
Appalachian Trans Travel Narrative-- Jordan Forrest
Miller, Georgia State University
|Session 272. Households, Housing, and Adaptation among
Immigrants - Paper Session
REDBUD B
Organizer: Kim Ebert, North Carolina State University
Presider: Yi-Hsuan Chelsea Kuo, Mercy College
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Household Extension and Earnings: The Case of Foreign
Born Asian and White Households-- Veena S. Kulkarni,
Arkansas State University
Chinese Immigrants' Social Adaptation: A Class
Analysis-- Yi-Hsuan Chelsea Kuo, Mercy College; Li Yong,
Mercy College
Housing Type and a Sense of Community: A Comparison
of Mobile Home Parks and Urban Apartment Complexes
in Greensboro, North Carolina-- Phillip Gregory Sheldon,
University of North Carolina-Greensboro; Stephen Sills,
University of North Carolina-Greensboro
Who and How "Secondary" are Secondary Earners?:
Exploring Differences in Relative Spousal Contribution in
Asian and White Households-- Veena S. Kulkarni,
Arkansas State University
|Session 273. Sexuality, Health and Violence - Paper Session
Organizers: D'Lane R Compton, University of New Orleans;
Sinikka Elliott, North Carolina State University; Nicholas Guittar,
Valdosta State University; Gretchen Webber, Middle Tennessee
State University; Maria Lowe, Southwestern University
Presider: Rena Zito, Elon University
REDBUD C
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Sexual Orientation Differences in Treatment Seeking
Behaviors among Older Adults-- Lacey Jae Ritter, Florida
State University
Rejecting, Reframing, and Strategically Reintroducing:
Trans People's Engagement with the Medicalization of
Gender Dysphoria-- Austin H. Johnson, Kent State
University
Coercive Control and Intimate Violence among Couples
with Infants: Relative Employment, Gender Ideology,
and Gender Distrust among Married Couples,
Cohabitors, and Non-Residential Couples -- Rena Zito,
Elon University
|Session 274. Studies in Sociological Theory - Paper Session
REGENCY BALLROOM
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Organizer: Terrence D Hill, University of Arizona
Presider: Lipon Mondal, Virginia Tech
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The Status of Sociological Theory in Non-Western
Societies: A Critical Investigation-- Lipon Mondal,
Virginia Tech
Economic Norms Theory: Does This Theory Take A
Newfound Step Among Sociological World-System
Theories?-- Matthew Hiesterman, University of Central
Florida
An Analysis of Modern Society: A Depiction of Modern
Agriculture Utilizing the Processes of Differentiation and
Rationalization as Cohesive Frameworks -- Caitlin Anna
Christine Mize, University of Tennessee-Knoxville
The Crisis of Black Labor and State Violence: Protest
Resistance and Revolutionary Movement Building-Anthony Jerald Jackson, Howard University
|Session 275. Mental Health in Adolescence and Young
Adulthood - Paper Session
Organizers: Amy M Burdette, Florida State University; C. André
Christie-Mizell, Vanderbilt University
Presider: Zinobia C Bennefield, University of North
Carolina-Charlotte
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Socioeconomic Status, Family Support, and Positive
affect: Explaining Patterns of Difference in Adolescent
Mental Health-- Zinobia C Bennefield, University of
North Carolina-Charlotte
The Relationship between Parental Socioeconomic
Status and Adolescent Suicidal Ideation-- Kadejah
REGENCY BALLROOM
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Shaniece Murray, University of North Carolina-Chapel
Hill
Symptoms of Posttraumatic Stress Disorder: The Impact
of Gender, Coping, Social Support and Self-Concept-Lydia Bickham, Alice Lloyd College
In their own Words: Faculty/Staff and Student Accounts
of Stress at Virginia Tech on April 16, 2007-- Michelle F.
McLeese, Alice Lloyd College
|Session 276. Institutional and Organizational Aspects of
Health - Paper Session
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Organizers: Jennifer Augustine, University of South Carolina;
Shawn Bauldry, Purdue University; Andrea Henderson-Platt,
University of South Carolina
Presider: Sarah Jean Hatteberg, College of Charleston
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(Im)Patient Patients: The Management of Patient
Behavior in Medical Waiting Rooms-- Margaret Waltz,
University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
The Effect of Patient Advocacy on the Successful
Diagnosis and Treatment of Lyme Disease-- Sarah Jean
Hatteberg, College of Charleston; Timothy Kleinknecht,
College of Charleston
How do new health occupations come to
be?Explorations in the socio-political ecology of the
health care workforce-- Thomas R Konrad, University of
North Carolina-Chapel Hill
Losing Weight for Market's Sake: A Neoinstitutional
Perspective on Hospital Competition through Bariatric
Surgery-- Allison Elizabeth Roberts, Emory University
"Church Hurt is the Worst Hurt": Understanding the Role
of the Black Church in the Response to the HIV Epidemic
in Detroit-- Emily S. Pingel, Emory University; José A.
Bauermeister, University of Pennsylvania
4:00 PM—5:15 PM
|Session 277. Studies in Social Psychology - Paper Session
Organizer: Terrence D Hill, University of Arizona
Presider: Joshua Jayasundara, Emory University
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The Selective Distrust of Authority -- Attribution Theory
and Governmental Trust in the Aftermath of Disasters--
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Joshua Jayasundara, Emory University
Hoodie or Suit?: How do Black Men Avoid being
Stereotyped as Criminal by Others? -- Malissa Alinor,
University of Georgia
Emotions Role in Public Opinion-- Jordan Louis Kitchens,
University of North Carolina-Charlotte
Research and Identity: How the Process of Doing is
related to the Process of Becoming-- Allison Williams,
University of Central Florida; Ramon Hinojosa,
University of Central Florida; Melanie Sberna Hinojosa,
University of Central Florida; Sarah Edkin, University of
Central Florida; Kyle Sellers, University of Central
Florida; Heba Elassar, University of Central Florida;
Jenny Nguyen, Decision Information Resources Inc.
|Session 278. Making the Most Out of a Non-Tenure Track
Faculty Position - Panel
MAGNOLIA
Organizer: Teresa Roach, Appalachian State University
Presider: Teresa Roach, Appalachian State University
Panelists: Melissa Bamford, University of Memphis; Andrew
Mannheimer, Clemson University; Kamala Platt, Arizona State
University; Teresa Roach, Appalachian State University
4:00 PM—5:15 PM
|Session 279. Queering Families: The Postmodern Partnerships THINK TANK @
of Cisgender Women and Transgender Men by Carla A. Pfeffer NOMA
(Oxford University Press, 2016) - Author-Meets-Critics
Organizer: Sara L Crawley, University of South Florida
Presider: MC Whitlock, University of South Florida
Panelists: Carla A. Pfeffer, University of South
Carolina-Columbia; Jennifer Randles, California State
University-Fresno; Sinikka Elliott, North Carolina State
University; Katie Acosta, Georgia State University; Clare Walsh,
Georgia Southern University
4:00 PM—5:15 PM
|Session 280. Poster Session #5: Institutions and Organizations MEZZANINE
- Poster Session
Organizer: Terrence D Hill, University of Arizona
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Clarksville-Montgomery County, Tennessee Area-- K.
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Rachele Bartlett, Austin Peay State University; Julia M.
Matthews, Austin Peay State University; Joseph
Flewwellin, Austin Peay State University; W Trevor
Brooks, Austin Peay State University
Community Resilience and Well-being: Results from an
Asset-Based Community Research Project in Curtis Bay,
MD-- Mary (Tess) Hines, University of Maryland,
Baltimore County; Steven Andres-Aquino, University of
Maryland, Baltimore County; Colette Perrine, University
of Maryland, Baltimore County; Victoria Skinner,
University of Maryland, Baltimore County
Athletes' Social Capital Influences on Feelings of Team
Cohesion-- Katherine Emily Hirsch, Furman University;
Jessica Ashley Greene, Furman University
The Family Social Support Networks of African-American
and Black Caribbean Adolescents-- Christina Cross,
University of Michigan; Robert Joseph Taylor, University
of Michigan
Porque no estamos incluidos? Social Inclusion of
Hispanic Ministers in a Pentecostal Denomination -Carlos Lopez, Lee University
"Heeere's Johnny!": The Relationship between Horror
Film Exposure and Death Anxiety-- Matthew Elliott
Batson, Furman University; Kendall Krebs, Furman
University
The Perception of Military Careers in College Students-Derek A'llon Burke, II, Winston-Salem State University
Correlates of Religious Conflict Manifestation-- Jaime
Dean Harris, Christopher Newport University
The Real Winners and Losers in Rio: Urban Residuals of
the 2016 Olympic Games -- Kara Tsukerman, Georgia
State University
Index to Participants
A. Sills, Katherine: 231
Acevedo, Gabriel : 233
Achola, Emma Michelle : 179
Acosta, Katie: 206 , 279
Adams, Alison E.: 117 , 158, 270
Adams, Jared : 259
Adler, Marina : 47
Alderman, Derek: 140
Al-Haik, Havva: 134
Alinor, Malissa : 277
Al-Khshali, Asma: 152
Allen, Addison Shipley : 242
Allen, Kristin B. : 205
Allen, Shaonta : 158
Allison, Marisa: 208
Allums, Maddie: 255
Aloyo, Samyka : 152
Al-Taher, Eman : 49
Alzahrani, Fatimah : 75
Anderson, Kathryn Freeman : 80
Anderson, Samantha: 244
Andersson, Matthew A: 38
Andersson, Tanetta : 259
Andres-Aquino, Steven: 280
Andrews, Kenneth T: 99 , 117, 134, 142, 158, 207
Angeles, Daisy : 235
Anthony, Amanda Koontz : 31 , 48, 76, 126, 129, 234
Appleby, Sarah: 81
Applin, Samantha E : 252
Araghi, Farshad : 75
Archer, Charlotte A. : 134
Arcury, Thomas A. : 235
Arriaga, Felicia Ann : 24 , 172
Arrington, Ashleigh Rhiannon Greye : 144
Ash-Houchen, William: 230
Atchison, Jacqueline Zanne : 99
Atkinson, Maxine: 52
Augustine, Jennifer : 80 , 113, 201, 205, 210, 211, 212, 235, 237, 248, 255, 256, 264, 276
Aydiner, Cihan : 93
Aydogdu, Ramazan : 213
Ayers, Katherine : 76 , 218
Aysa-Lastra, Maria : 77 , 82, 209
Aziz, Majdouline Ahmad : 49 , 83
Baboolal, Aneesa A. : 258
Bach , Rebecca: 200
Bagasra, Anisah : 147 , 160
Bailey, Alex : 50
Bakanic, Von : 263
Balasca, Coralia Teodora : 220
Balut, Megan : 220
Bamford, Melissa: 278
Barbee, Harry: 196
Barber, Kristen : 146
Barker, Virginia: 244
Barr, Ashley : 97
Barringer, Mandi: 88 , 180
Barry, Leanne T. : 202
Bartkowski, John P.: 162
Bartlett, K. Rachele : 280
Barton, Shane : 225
Basenberg, Lanier : 170
Basile, Katherine: 82
Bateman, Lori: 255
Batson, Matthew Elliott : 280
Bauermeister, José A.: 276
Bauldry, Shawn : 80 , 153, 156, 205, 235, 237, 248, 255, 256, 264, 276
Beard, Virginia Rothwell : 120 , 176
Beaver, Travis Dean : 170
Becker, Michael H: 81
Becker, Sarah: 40
Beeson-Lynch, Cathryn : 227
Bellina, Hannah Marie : 268
Bendickson, Jordan : 206
Bennefield, Zinobia C : 275
Beyerlein, Kraig: 99
Bickham, Lydia : 275
Bierman, Alex : 68
Bigby, Jamie : 125
BIRLA, Swati : 25
Bisciglia, Michael G. : 135
Bissler, Denise L. : 111 , 239
Bixby, Monica : 22
Bjorklund, Eric: 128
Blanchard, Troy C. : 238
Blassingame, Jasmine: 268
Bledsoe-Gardner, Anita: 112
Blosser, Emily : 67
Bochantin, Jaime: 260
Bodenhamer, Aysha A: 39
Bohon, Stephanie A: 57
Bond Burgess, Norma J.: 71
Bongiovi, Joseph Reynolds : 95
Bonilla-Silva, Eduardo : 164
Bottia, Martha: 201
Bou Eid, Dona : 141 , 157
Bouchard, Lindsay Anne : 37
Boudreaux , JoAnna: 36
Bower, Roy: 125
Boyd, Jr., Clinton: 150
Boyle, Kaitlin M. : 40
Brackett, Kimberly P. : 77
Bradshaw, Matt : 54
Brailsford, Jennifer : 39
Branch-Ellis, Nicole: 143
Brantley, Mia : 256
Bray, Laura A. : 117 , 158
Breiger, Ronald: 156
Brennan, Kathleen: 125
Brent , John: 226
Brenzel, Lauren Miller : 172
Brethauer-Gay, Helen M. : 222
Briddell, Laine : 63
Briggs , Diamond : 175
Bright, Candace: 114
Brinkman, Michael : 219
Broad, Kendal : 196
Brooks, W Trevor: 280
Brown , Bethany : 200 , 225
Brown , Marni : 64 , 146
Brown Quick , Deborah: 112
Brown, Dustin: 68 , 248
Brown, Hana E: 24
Brown, Holly Elizabeth: 241
Brown, Lori : 143
Brown, Michael E.: 121
Brown, Robin Lewis: 15 , 38
Brown, Thomas : 18
Brown, Tyson H: 20
Browne, Irene: 57 , 122, 150
Brunsma, David : 43 , 198
Brunson, Alicia L. : 70
Bryan, Ruth: 60 , 151
Buchanan, Mary Kate: 220
Bullock, Natalie Danielle : 212 , 236
Burdette, Amy M: 17 , 51, 54, 66, 77, 78, 174, 199, 228, 254, 275
Burger, William: 176
Burke, II, Derek A`llon : 280
Burke, Jessica L : 216 , 246
Burkett, Tracy: 110
Burns, Andrew: 110
Burrill, Daniel: 177
Bussman, McKenzie : 266
Butter, David Jonathan : 170
Buyukozturk, Bertan : 180
Byers, Lyla: 178
Byron, Reginald : 79
Cabaniss, Emily : 216
Cafferty, Joshua Charles : 206
Cainkar, Louise: 233
Calasanti, Toni: 43 , 131
Campbell, Anna J. : 228
Campbell, Anthony David : 199
Campbell, Colin : 93
Campbell, Rebecca Ann : 219 , 268
Campe , Margaret : 204
Campomizzi, Anastasia Sophia : 262
Carbajales-Dale, Patricia: 198
Carr, Dawn: 131
Carr, Dawn C : 131
Carson, Linda Ann : 47
Carter, Courtney Myrtle : 160
Carter, J. Scott : 42 , 72, 119
Carter, Shannon K: 98 , 116, 133, 141, 157
Cartwright, Kate : 141
Casarez, Raul S. : 251
Castleberry, Kendra : 219
Caudill, Leann E. : 259
Cazessus, Matthew : 47
Chaivaranon, Selena Leonida : 48
Chambers, Cheri : 111
Cheng, Tyrone: 230
Chou, Rosalind S: 42
Christie-Mizell, C. André : 53 , 65, 228, 245, 254, 266, 267, 275
Cicek-Okay, Sevsem : 251
Ciciurkaite, Gabriele: 15
Cipolli, William: 125
Cisneros, Marissa Renee : 128 , 255
Clark, Cherie: 75
Clayton, Kristen Annette : 136
Cleary, Joseph P : 234
Cleckner, Callie Ann : 93
Clifford, Janice E. : 246
Clifton, Stacey : 135
Coan, Victoria : 131
Cobb, Ryon J: 20
Cockerham, William: 256
Cockrell, Ciera : 219
Coffey, Glenn : 55
Cohan, Deborah J: 145
Coleman, LaToya O`Neal : 255
Coley, Jonathan Scott : 51
Coll, Eva: 210
Collett, Jessica L.: 149 , 202
Combs, Barbara: 150
Combs, Barbara Harris : 33 , 40, 69, 150, 226
Comer, Christine Cozette : 55
Compton, D`Lane R: 13 , 31, 61, 65, 75, 170, 196, 206, 213, 231, 242, 245, 257, 259, 266, 267, 273
Condon, Josie: 119
Cooley, Caleb Cameron : 264
Cope, Michael R. : 238
Corra, Mamadi K. : 16 , 82
Cortez, Dakota: 79
Costello, Matthew : 159
Cotton, Sheila: 64
Couch, Todd Christopher: 37
Cowan, Renee: 260
Cox , Thea : 82 , 268
Crabtree, Arialle Kaye : 261
Cragoe, Nicholas G.: 66
Cragun, Ryan T.: 36
Crawley, Sara L : 146 , 279
Crombez, Joel: 137 , 148
Cross, Christina : 280
Crow, Jennifer : 36
Crowley, Martha: 57
Cuddy, Max : 96
Cukier, Michel : 81
Culley, Aaron: 120
Cunningham, David: 140 , 203
Cuthbert, Jessica Y. : 143
D`Antonio, Virginia Katherine : 61
D`eramo, Mariah Danielle : 178
Dahms, Harry F. : 100 , 121, 137, 148, 161, 171
Dai, Chen : 255
Damarin, Amanda K. : 128
Danaher, William F : 134
Daniel, Lauren Anne : 220
Daniels, Kalasia Shqueen : 223
Dao, Vy Thuc : 76
Davignon, Phil : 78
Davis Bivens, Nicola : 112
Davis, Andrew : 95
Davis, Kristina Lynn : 219
Davis, Madison Kate : 231
Davis, Shannon N. : 52
Davis, Tomeka : 132 , 258
Dawson, Akiv : 56
Dawson, Natarius: 268
De Roche , Monica: 152
De Welde, Kris : 200
DeAngelis, Reed: 199
Deb, Nikhilendu : 100 , 243
DeCesare, Rebecca R.M. : 213
Deleveaux, Jamiko Vandez : 83
Delia Deckard, Natalie : 92 , 197, 224
Dellinger Page, Amy: 120
Dellinger, Kirsten: 71 , 181
Demantas Cousineau, Ilana : 16
Denier, Nicole: 209
Denney, Justin : 21
Denning, C. Holly: 25
Dennison, TaShanda : 143
Denny, Kathleen Elizabeth : 34
Desai, Asheeka : 172
Dewey, Amanda M. : 265
Dhillon-Jamerson, Komal Kaur : 144
Dickinson, George : 237 , 262
Dietert, Michelle : 51
Dignam, Pierce: 110 , 227
Disque, Bethany : 67
Dixon, Ashley: 203
Dixon, Marc: 203 , 261
Dix-Richardson, Felecia: 222
Djamba, Yanyi K : 222
Dodsworth, Robin: 218
Dolliver, Matthew: 48
Donley, Amy Melissa : 62 , 80, 219
Donley, Sarah : 112
Doucet, Jessica M. : 69
Doude, Sara: 101
Dove, April: 47
Dowd-Arrow, Benjamin: 110
Draga, Nadezhda Aleksandrvna : 66
Drakeford, Leah : 199
Drummond, Holli R.: 135
Durso, Rachel : 142
Duwe, Elise A.G.: 66
Eargle, Lisa A : 243 , 246
Easterling, Beth A : 52 , 64
Eastman, Jason: 134
Eaton, Victoria Ruth: 85 , 232
Ebert, Kim: 24 , 83, 173, 222, 249, 251, 272
Eckhardt, Jessica : 39
Edkin, Sarah: 31 , 277
Edmisten, MacKenzie: 220
Edwards, Emily: 40
Edwards, Steven Nathaniel : 76
Elassar, Heba: 113 , 277
Elias, Vicky: 128
Ellefritz, Richard: 155
Ellerbe, Calvina Zaneta : 65
Elliott, Sinikka: 13 , 18, 23, 31, 37, 41, 58, 61, 70, 75, 82, 136, 144, 160, 170, 196, 206, 230, 231, 242,
257, 273, 279
Ellis, Amber: 138
Ellis, Bryan R. : 143
Ellison, Christopher G.: 43 , 44, 59, 87, 124, 149, 164, 221
Ellsworth, Ailey: 119
Embrick, David G: 72
Erichsen, Kristen : 110 , 132
Erigha, Maryann: 110
Erving, Christy L. : 228
Esposito, Luigi: 37
Estrada, Emily P. : 23 , 24
Everett, Dianne : 71
Ewoodzie, Joseph C: 224
Fair, Cynthia : 98
Farr, Daniel : 13
Farrell, Allan P : 82
Faulk , Deborwah : 223
Fazio, Michele: 138
Feltmate, David S.: 77
Fennell, Dana : 254
Fernandez , Jacquelyn Rose : 62
Fernandez, Ketty Andrea : 219
Fidan, Ahmet : 265
Fields, Leslie: 84
Fitzgerald , Scott: 66
Fitzgibbon, Kara Shaner : 62
Fitzpatrick, Mickey Elisabeth : 55
Fitzwater Gonzales, Laura Beth : 34 , 206
Flewwellin, Joseph: 280
Flockhart, Tyler Ross : 257
Flores, Jorge : 229
Floyd, Hugh : 247
Flynn, Cat : 212
Foisor, Sabina : 83
Foltz, Tanice: 35 , 58
Ford, Jason : 54 , 229
Ford, Taylor: 208
Foreman, Sharon: 140
Forman, Tyrone : 119
Forrest, Jon: 218
Forrest, Katie: 263
Foster, B. Brian : 41
Fouad, Mona N: 255
Fox, Nicole: 140 , 203
Franzese , Alexis T.: 269
Frazer, Jacqueline : 50
Frazier, Cleothia : 267
Freeman, Erin : 23
Frezzo, Mark: 198
Frost, David M: 21
Gadberry, James: 147
Garcia, Lisette: 268
Garcia, Melissa J. : 115
Garcia, Melissa J.: 115
Garcia, Nicholas : 179
Garcia, San Juanita: 57
Garland, Lindsey Marie : 127
Garner, Betsie : 126
Gatewood, Britany: 142
Gaulden, Shawn Edward : 117
Gay, David: 180
George, Linda K: 54
Gerlaugh, Katherine: 127
Ghadge, Ravi : 215
Ghoshal, Raj : 140 , 154
Giles, Sadie : 114
Gill, Sandra: 154
Gill, Timothy M : 94
Gillespie , Fred Wayne : 40
Gillespie, Braylon: 127
Gillespie, Michael: 250
Gillis, Alanna Beth : 211
Ginther, Amy: 81
Gochanour, Amanda : 133 , 141
Godbolt, Dawn: 150
Godwin, Kelly Glenn : 18
Golditch, Sydney : 254
Gomez, Amanda: 116
Gonzalez Guittar, Stephanie : 147 , 157
Gonzalez, Belisa : 42
Gordon Simons, Leslie: 33
Gore, DeAnna L. : 155 , 238
Gorman, Bridget K: 21
Gosin, Monika : 23
Gouge, Melissa C. : 142
Gould, Laurie : 226 , 252
Grace, Jessi : 117
Graham, Roderick : 111 , 155
Granderg, Ellen: 80
Grant, Jonathan: 150
Grant, Jonathan : 249
Graves, Katelyn Y.: 114
Green, John: 181
Greene, Dana Michele : 37 , 243
Greene, Jessica Ashley: 280
Greil, Arthur L: 98 , 116
Grether, Scott T. : 52 , 170
Grimmett, Juliette: 35
Grönlund, Anne: 34
Grove, Kelly Phipps : 134
Grzanka, Patrick R: 58 , 116
Gualtieri, Marie C. : 97
Guest, M. Aaron : 225
Guido, Christopher Michael : 219
Guittar, Nicholas : 13 , 31, 61, 75, 170, 196, 206, 231, 242, 257, 273
Gur, Shahar: 202 , 259
Guven, Metin : 199
Hafer, Rachel : 155
Haller, William: 80
Halley, Jeffrey: 100 , 121, 148
Halpern, Michael: 231
Hamby, Bryant: 256
Hamilton, Helen : 131
Hankerson, Jalisa Marie : 218
Hanks, Roma : 114
Hansen, Barbara : 248
Hao, Feng : 225
Harcey, Sela R: 98 , 141
Hargrove, Taylor W: 20
Harmon, Stacy G : 205
Harnois, Catherine : 59
Harris, Angel: 201
Harris, Catherine: 212
Harris, Jaime Dean : 280
Harrison, Anthony Kwame : 112
Harrison, Daniel: 145 , 161, 171
Harvey, Penny: 232 , 271
Hasan, Naadiya : 126
Hatch, Alison: 246
Hatteberg, Sarah Jean : 237 , 276
Haubert, Jeannie : 175
Haverda , Timothy: 100
Hawdon, James : 22 , 159
Hax, Heather: 202
Hayes, Terrell : 226
Haynes, Stacy: 181
Hayward, Jennifer Lauren : 52
Heinrich, Horst-Alfred : 249
Henderson, W. Matthew : 54
Henderson-Platt , Andrea: 17 , 51, 66, 77, 78, 80, 162, 174, 199, 205, 235, 237, 248, 255, 256, 264, 276
Henley, Megan M: 141
Hennessey, Thomas: 82
Hennessy, Caitlin Maura : 231
Herman, Cameron Khalfani : 63
Herring, Cedric: 37
Hess, Amie Patricia : 231
Heymann, Orlaith Dee : 257
Hiatt, Matthew: 160
Hickey, Anthony A. : 111
Hiesterman, Matthew : 274
Hill, Terrence D: 15 , 22, 54, 56, 79, 93, 94, 95, 96, 97, 111, 112, 114, 124, 125, 131, 152, 156, 159, 176,
179, 180, 197, 204, 213, 214, 215, 216, 217, 218, 219, 220, 227, 229, 236, 238, 240, 246, 250, 258, 259,
260, 261, 262, 263, 268, 274, 277, 280
Hilliard-Nunn, Patricia: 154
Hills, Ornella: 228
Hinderleider, Alan Michael : 118
Hines, Mary (Tess) : 47 , 280
Hinojosa, Melanie Sberna : 113 , 245, 277
Hinojosa, Ramon: 113 , 146, 245, 277
Hinote, Brian: 73
Hirakawa, Hiroko : 126
Hirsch, Katherine Emily : 280
Hirsch, Michael Lee : 131
Hohendanner, Christian : 199
Holland, Jonathon : 210
Holland, Laurel : 64
Holland, William Wyatt : 174
Holloman, Diamond : 127
Holmes, Shelby Hardee : 197
Holt, William Grady : 241
Hooper, Rebecca Ann : 220
Hope, Ashleigh Rene : 54
Hori, Makiko : 75
Horton, Hayward: 37
Hossfeld, Leslie : 138 , 181
Hougland, James : 60 , 151
Howard, Shannon Marie : 65
Howard, Timothy D. : 235
Hsieh, Ning : 21
Hsu, Fang-Chi: 235
Hughes, Michael: 20
Hulon, Kayla Lucile : 226
Hummer, Robert A: 68
Hunt , Andrea : 200
Hunt Kirk, Pam : 213
Hunt, Andrea : 178
Hunter Jr., Frederick L : 219
Hunter, Joanna : 136
Hurman, Hazal : 70
Hyde, Allen : 153
Idler, Ellen: 44 , 54
Ingersoll, Hannah: 196
Ingle, Tabitha R : 220
Ireland, Leanna : 22
Irvin, Matthew : 159
Isaac, Larry W.: 164 , 203
Islam, Inaash : 144
Islam, Saiful : 92
Jackson, Anthony Jerald : 142 , 274
Jackson, Brandon A: 67 , 102, 130, 132, 223
Jackson, Jeffrey: 181
Jackson, Sharmaine: 200
Jacobs, Anna W. : 14 , 16, 32, 34, 50, 53, 55, 62, 92, 143, 172, 178, 203
Jacobson, Heather: 98
Jagoda, Nathan : 246
Jamerson, Trevor: 129
James, Katie: 64
James, Wesley: 22
Jason, Kendra : 102 , 208
Jayasundara, Joshua : 277
Jefferson, Steven : 130
Jenkins , Melissa: 231
Jenkins, J. Craig: 142
Jennings, Marnequea Sharna: 139
Johnson Jr., Jerry Lynn : 56
Johnson, Arelia : 41
Johnson, Austin H. : 85 , 273
Johnson, Casie: 220
Johnson, Kecia: 138
Johnson, Kirk A: 99 , 117, 134, 142, 158
Johnson, Kirk Anthony : 32 , 173, 222, 249, 258
Johnson, Madeline : 213
Johnson, Micah: 144
Johnson, Moira Pauline : 237
Johnson, Olivia Ann : 70
Johnson, Oshea Donnell : 248
Johnson, Robert J. : 228
Johnstonbaugh, Morgan : 76
Jonason, Amy : 126
Jones, Jennifer: 24
Jones, Megan M : 79
Jones, Robert E.: 156
Jorgenson, Andrew : 39
Judkins, Bennett: 205
Julien, Chris : 56
Kail, Benjamin Lennox: 131
Karaman, Nuray : 174
Kariisa, Mbabazi : 205
Katz-Fishman, Walda : 142 , 158
Kaufman, Gayle : 34 , 224
Kavish, Daniel Ryan : 234
Keeton, Robert: 231
Keister, Lisa: 139
Keith, Verna M: 20
Kelley, Margaret S. : 66
Kelly , Kimberly : 141
Kelly, Brooke: 138
Kelly, Paige : 32
Kemmerer, Kirsten Elizabeth : 65
Kennedy, Rachael Eve : 134
Kennedy, Yolanda: 201
Kenney, Jennifer: 48
Kent, Blake: 54
Kersaint, Gladis: 219
Kiecolt, K. Jill : 20 , 249
Kilpatrick, Brandi Joann : 219
Kilpatrick, Quentin: 179
Kim, Ashley F: 178
Kim, Jae Kyun : 18
Kim, Joong Won : 170
Kirschner, David Andrew : 263
Kitchen, Deeb : 214
Kitchens, Jordan Louis : 277
Klarmann, Phyllis: 244
Kleinknecht, Timothy : 237 , 276
Klopack, Eric T. : 205
Knepper, Pete : 57 , 260
Knight, Graham : 258
Knowles, Anthony Jack : 161
Koch, Bradley: 101
Kolb, Ken : 47 , 175, 255
Koltai, Jonathan : 68
Konrad, Thomas R : 97 , 276
Kooistra, Paul: 145
Kovalskaya, Brittany Sharon : 118
Krebs, Kendall: 280
Kretschmer, Kelsy: 134
Krueger, Patrick M: 21
Kucinskas, Jaime: 203
Kuck, Douglas : 219
Kulkarni, Veena S. : 272
Kummerow, Kiersten : 79
Kuo, Yi-Hsuan Chelsea : 272
Kurdyla, Victoria : 247
Kusujiarti, Siti : 175
LaBoy, Ana : 63 , 220
Lackey, M.S., Dresden : 268
Lambouths, Danny: 119
Lamont, Ellen: 271
Lamont, Michèle : 221
Lamphere, Jenna A. : 122 , 138, 244
Lanford, Daniel : 62 , 94
Latinsky, Andrew Tyler : 256
Laufersweiler-Dwyer, Deborah: 160 , 214
Laurent-Simpson, Andrea : 235 , 267
Laurin Bixby, Nicole Hyman and : 94
Lawrence, Elizabeth M: 68
Le, Tracy : 246
Leach, Brandi : 24
LeBlanc, Allen J: 21
Lee, Matthew R.: 238
Lee, Reginald: 219
Lee, Walker : 222
Lee, Yeon-Hwa : 251
Leebrick, Rhiannon: 121 , 161
Legette, Kamilah: 201
Lehman, Brett : 49
Levy, Brian Louis : 93
Lewellyn Jones, Angela: 71 , 165
Lewis, Kaleea Regina : 96
Lewis, Michael : 207
Li, Jiayi : 252
Li, Yu-Feng : 255
Liles, Alesa Ray : 159
Lippard, Cameron: 24 , 35, 42, 57, 72, 102, 119, 207
Liu, Hui : 21
Liu, Jing : 80
Lo, Celia C : 230 , 235
Loftus, Jeni : 78
Logan, Anna: 152
Longest, Kyle Clayton : 77
Lopez, Carlos : 280
Lopez, Eric : 268
Lopez-Sanders, Laura : 42
Loren, Degan: 78
Love, Endaisia: 34
Love, Tony P.: 177
Lovell, Donielle M. : 135
Lowe, Maria: 13 , 18, 23, 31, 37, 41, 61, 70, 75, 79, 82, 136, 144, 160, 170, 196, 206, 230, 231, 242, 257,
273
Lowery, Grady : 265
Lu, Alexander : 254
Lucca, Marisa: 15
Luo, Ye : 80 , 97
Lynxwiler, John : 180
MacColman, Leslie Elva : 252
MacDonald, George: 219
Mackinem, Mitchell: 160 , 214
Macomber, Kris: 35 , 143
Mai, Quan D: 53
Mails, Andrew: 152
Maimon, David: 81 , 87
Malcom, Nancy L. : 236
Malone, Danny Elworth : 267
Mann, Emily S. : 58 , 96, 116
Mannheimer , Andrew : 130 , 253, 278
Mannheimer, Andrew: 122
Manza, Jeff : 164
Maples, James N. : 127
Markle, Gail : 173
Marks, Sabrina: 15 , 129
Marti, Gerardo: 224
Martin, Andrew: 142 , 203
Martin, Julie: 219
Martin, Julie P: 219
Martinez, Brandon P. : 241
Martinez, Katherine: 247
Martinez-Cola, Marisela: 150
Marty, Chelsea Susanne : 180
Masferrer, Claudia: 209
Mason, Philip: 147 , 155
Mathers, Lain A.B.: 36
Matthew, Ervin (Maliq): 19 , 139
Matthews, Julia M.: 280
Maume Jr, Dr. David: 251
Maume, David : 59 , 139
Maume, Michael O: 118 , 135, 247, 252
May, Matthew : 17
McCall, Deidra: 14
McCammon, Holly: 79 , 203
McCarragher, Shannon: 127
McCauley, Jaime : 244
McClure, Paul : 218
McClure, Stephanie : 101
McClure, Timothy : 229
McDaniel, Christopher P. : 204
McDaniel, Michallene : 174
McDermott, Monica: 42
McDonald, Courtney : 247
McDonald, Emily : 260
McDonald, Maretta : 197 , 246
McDonald, Steve: 128 , 218
McFarland, Michael: 205
McGahey, Teia: 152
McGrady, Patrick B : 242
McGrath, Allison: 79 , 203
McIntyre, Katie Nicole : 230
McKane, Rachel : 39
McKay, Rachel Emerson : 118
McKeon, Kelly: 67
McLaurin, William David : 268
McLeese, Michelle F. : 275
McLetchie, Alison: 160
McManus, Lisa : 227
McQueen, Hannah : 96
McQuillan, Julia: 98 , 116
Mcveigh, Rory: 43
Meadow, Ashley : 217
Medina, Emily: 52
Medley, Emily: 138 , 161
Medwinter, Sancha: 25 , 115, 127, 241, 243, 244, 265, 270
Menon, Sonia: 205
Merry, Joseph J. : 211
Meyer, Douglas O: 58
Mickelson, Roslyn: 132 , 201
Milkie, Melissa : 38
Miller, Jordan Forrest : 271
Miller, Julia Marie: 113
Miller, Mark: 78
Milne, Jason : 120 , 262
Milne, Mia: 61
Min, Hosik : 220
Misra, Joya: 16
Mitchell, Alize` Dasia : 40
Mitchell, Harold: 84
Mize , Caitlin Anna Christine : 274
Moller, Stephanie: 201
Moloney, Mairead Eastin : 15
Mondal, Lipon : 274
Monin, Joan K: 38
Moon, Minyoung : 79
Moore, Chris: 49
Moore, Christine: 83
Moore, DaKysha : 235
Moore, Destiny : 48
Moore, Jessica Yarnae : 41
Morooka, Hideki : 220
Morris, Jerome Ellis : 115 , 153
Morris, Theresa: 98 , 116, 133, 141, 157
Morton, Christine : 116
Moten, Endya: 77
Motl, Kaitlyne A. : 13
Mott, Michelle : 173
Mowatt, Earl S. : 237
Moye, Richard : 115
Mundy-Judkins, Karen : 205
Murray, Kadejah Shaniece : 275
Mwaniki, Munene Franjo : 41
Naiman-Sessions, Miriam : 116
Nalbone, Lisa: 31
Narisada, Atsushi: 53
Nasiadka, Gina: 217
Nasrollahian Mojarad, Sara : 171
Nau, Mike: 139
Neal, Michael: 200
Neal, Tori: 239
Neary, Brigitte U: 110
Nelson, Bethany : 100 , 226
Nelson, C. Rose : 261
Nene, Kathleen: 61
Nenga, Sandi K. : 14 , 33
Newman, Rameika Raechelle : 257
Nguyen, Jenny: 113 , 277
Niebrugge-Brantley, Gillian: 208
Nieckarz, Jr. , Peter P. : 111
Nowakowski, Alexandra C.H. : 114
Nylander, Albert: 181
O`Hara, Holly: 79 , 212
Olive, Megan Ashleigh : 213
Oliver, Pamela E: 87 , 149
Omoregie , Jessica Maria : 230
Ong, Victoria Maria : 254
Orak, Ugur : 215
Ortegon, April : 130
Ortiz, Ruben Antonio : 69
Osman, ELRAYAH A. : 238
Padavic, Irene : 130
Painia, Brianne Alexandra : 51
Paino, Maria : 211
Palmer, Ruther: 200
Panageotou, Steven: 137 , 148
Parcel, Toby L. : 132
Park, Angela: 84
Park, Hyung Sam : 244
Park, Ju Hyun : 50
Park, Ju Hyun: 150
Park, Kendall Cox : 176
Park, Shincha : 83
Park, Youngsam: 81
Parker, Douglas Allen : 240
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Parris, Dionne Paula : 210
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