Publications and creative works by faculty in the Department of Sociology, College of Humanities and Social Sciences, are collected here.

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Submissions from 2020

Sustainability Prospects for Autonomous Vehicles : Environmental, Social, and Urban, George Martin (2020)

Second Thoughts : Sociology Challenges Conventional Wisdom, Janet M. Ruane and Karen A. Cerulo (2020)

Submissions from 2018

The Cost of Being a Girl : Working Teens and the Origins of the Gender Wage Gap, Yasemin Besen-Cassino (2018)

Social Research Methods by Example : Applications in the Modern World, Yasemin Besen-Cassino and Dan Cassino (2018)

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Local governance of immigrant incorporation: how city-based organizational fields shape the cases of undocumented youth in New York City and Paris, Stephen P. Ruszczyk (2018)

Submissions from 2017

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Should Sociologists Stand Up for Science? Absolutely!, Janet M. Ruane (2017)

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Race, the Condition of Neo-Liberalism, Vikash Singh (2017)

Uprising of the Fools : Pilgrimage as Moral Protest in Contemporary India, Vikash Singh (2017)

Submissions from 2016

Education and Youth Today, Yasemin Besen-Cassino (2016)

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Young people’s perceptions of advice about sexual risk taking, Christopher Donoghue, Consuelo Bonillas, Jennifer Moreno, and Melissa Cheung (2016)

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Moving beyond the Emphasis on Bullying: A Generalized Approach to Peer Aggression in High School, Christopher Donoghue and Alicia Raia-Hawrylak (2016)

Introducing Social Research Methods : Essentials for Getting the Edge, Janet M. Ruane (2016)

Submissions from 2015

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Virtual Instructor-Student Interaction: A New Method for Stimulating Class Participation in an Asynchronous Learning Network, Christopher Donoghue (2015)

The Sociology of Gender : A Brief Introduction, Laura Kramer (2015)

Second Thoughts : Sociology Challenges Conventional Wisdom, Janet M. Ruane and Karen A. Cerulo (2015)

50 Great Myths of Human Sexuality, Pepper Schwartz and Martha Kempner (2015)

Submissions from 2014

Consuming Work : Youth Labor in America, Yasemin Besen-Cassino (2014)

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Becoming DACAmented: Assessing the Short-Term Benefits of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), Roberto G. Gonzales, Veronica Terriquez, and Stephen Ruszczyk (2014)

Divisions & Integrations : The Expansion of Global Capitalism, Sangeeta Parashar and Yong Wang (2014)

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Apologies of the Rich and Famous: Cultural, Cognitive, and Social Explanations of Why We Care and Why We Forgive, Janet M. Ruane and Karen Cerulo (2014)

Submissions from 2013

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Challenging the Authority of the Medical Definition of Disability: An analysis of the resistance to the social constructionist paradigm, Christopher Donoghue (2013)

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Religious practice and the phenomenology of everyday violence in contemporary India, Vikash Singh (2013)

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Work, Performance, and the Social Ethic of Global Capitalism: Understanding Religious Practice in Contemporary India, Vikash Singh (2013)

Submissions from 2012

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Professional Deceit: Normal Lying in an Occupational Setting, Janet M. Ruane and Karen Cerulo (2012)

Second Thoughts : Sociology Challenges Conventional Wisdom, Janet M. Ruane and Karen A. Cerulo (2012)

Submissions from 2011

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A Multicultural Grassroots Effort to Reduce Ethnic and Racial Social Distance among Middle School Students, Christopher Donoghue and David Brandwein (2011)

Inequality in a Globalizing World : Perspectives, Processes, and Experiences, Sangeeta Parashar and Yong Wang (2011)

Submissions from 2010

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Nursing home staff turnover and retention: An analysis of national level data, Christopher Donoghue (2010)

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Traitor in our Midst: Cultural Variations in Japanese vs. Oklahoman Public Discourse on Domestic Terrorism in the Spring of 1995, Carl W. Roberts and Yong Wang (2010)

Submissions from 2009

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Death comes alive; technology and the re‐conception of death, Karen Cerulo and Janet M. Ruane (2009)

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Leadership Styles of Nursing Home Administrators and Their Association With Staff Turnover, Christopher Donoghue and Nicholas G. Castle (2009)

Submissions from 2008

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The Percentage of Beds Designated for Medicaid in American Nursing Homes and Nurse Staffing Ratios, Christopher Donoghue (2008)

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Marginalized By Race And Place: Occupational Sex Segregation In Post-Apartheid South Africa, Sangeeta Parashar (2008)

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The once and future information society, James B. Rule and Yasemin Besen-Cassino (2008)

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Agency: The Internal Split of Structure, Yong Wang (2008)

Submissions from 2007

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Coming Together: New Taxonomies for the Analysis of Social Relations, Karen Cerulo and Janet M. Ruane (2007)

Submissions from 2006

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Exploitation or Fun?: The Lived Experience of Teenage Employment in Suburban America, Yasemin Besen-Cassino (2006)

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Voluntary and Involuntary Nursing Home Staff Turnover, Christopher Donoghue and Nicholas G. Castle (2006)

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Women's Changing Attitudes Toward Divorce, 1974–2002: Evidence for an Educational Crossover, Steven P. Martin and Sangeeta Parashar (2006)

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Demographic change and response: social context and the practice of birth control in six countries, Sangeeta Parashar, Harriet B. Presser, Megan L. Klein Hattori, Sara Raley, and Zhihong Sa (2006)

Submissions from 2005

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Updating the Bogardus social distance studies: A new national survey, Christopher Donoghue and Vincent N. Parrillo (2005)

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Moving beyond the mother-child dyad: Women's education, child immunization, and the importance of context in rural India, Sangeeta Parashar (2005)

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Actantial analysis Greimas’s structural approach to the analysis of self-narratives, Yong Wang and Carl W. Roberts (2005)