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Faculty Professional Presentations

2014-15

Faust, Kelly and Christine Mattley. 2014 “Crime Television Shows Bechdeled: How Autonomous are Female Leads in Crime Shows?” North Central Sociological Association Meetings. Cincinnati, Ohio. April, 2014

Kaufman, Nicole. “Inclusionary or Exclusionary Institutions? Approaches to Gender, Faith, and Citizenship at NGOs working with formerly incarcerated people," at the annual meeting of the Southern Sociological Society in New Orleans, LA, March 2015; at the Social Theory Forum at UMass-Boston in Boston, MA, April 2015; and at the annual meeting of the the Law and Society Association in Seattle, WA, June 2015.

Lee, Elizabeth M., "Transitioning into the middle class after college: “hidden injuries” and partial mobility," at the Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, Chicago, IL, August 2015.

Mattley, Christine and Karin Sandell. 2015. “Medium Theory and the Social Construction of Body Identity.” Paper presented at the North Central Association Annual Meetings. April 10, 2015, Cleveland, Ohio.

Mattley, Christine. 2014. Sociology of the Body. Session Organizer and discussant. North Central Sociological Association Meetings April 2014.

Stephen J. Scanlan, “Global Food Security and the Complex Intersections of Poverty, the Environment, and Scarcity," at the annual meetings of the Southern Sociological Society in New Orleans, LA, March 2015.

Stephen J. Scanlan, “Gender, Development, and the Environment: Female Empowerment and Contributions to Creating Sustainable Societies," at the annual meetings of the American Sociological Association in San Francisco, CA, August 2014.

Stephen J. Scanlan, "Women, the Environment and Development: The Impacts of Female Empowerment on Environmental Health and Sustainability," at the Canadian Sociological Association Annual Conference in St. Catharine’s, Ontario, Canada, June 2014.

Thorne, Deborah, “Hardships among Chapter 13 Debtors: The High Price of Honoring Financial Contracts.” (Co-author Professor Katherine Porter). Law and Society annual meeting. Seattle, WA. (May 2015).

2012-13

Abrams, Elliot. “The Ecology of Indigenous Domestic Architecture in the Hocking River Valley, Ohio.” Presented at the annual meeting of the Eastern States Archaeological Federation, Perrysburg, OH, October 2012.

Anderson, Cindy. Served on panel, “Spatial Inequality: The Geography of Social Disparities,” at the annual meetings of the American Sociological Association, Denver, CO, August 2012

Burmeister, Larry. “Outsourcing Food Security.” Presented at the annual meetings of the American Sociological Association; also presided over the Rural Sociology session, Denver, CO, August 2012.

Castellano, Ursula and Leon Anderson. “Researching Problem Solving Courts.” Co-presented at the 2nd Intermountain Mental Health Court Conference. Utah State University, Logan, UT, July 2012.

Castellano, Ursula. “Picture Me Well: A PEI Study of Veterans Court Participants.” Presented at the Annual Law & Society Association Meetings, Boston, MA, May 2013.

Ciekawy, Diane. Participated in the U.S. National Defense Security education program DISAM; gave four lectures on African Society, African Religion and Health in Africa at the Wright–Patterson Air Force Base in Dayton, Summer 2013.

Duschinski, Haley. “Enduring Injustice: The Politics of Genocide Reparations Claims in Contemporary Namibia,” with Ellie Hamrick (HTC undergraduate Anthropology student). Presented at the Memories of Conflict, Conflicts of Memory Conference, University of London, London, UK, February 2013.

Duschinski, Haley. “Shaming the State: The CBI Shopian Report and Alternative Pathways for Redress and Justice in Kashmir.” Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association, Washington, DC, November 2012.

Duschinski, Haley and Bruce Hoffman. “Community Advocacy, Moral Agency, and Jurisdictions of Justice in Kashmir.” Presented at the South Asia Legal Studies Pre-Conference at the Annual Conference on South Asia. Madison, WI, October 2012.

Duschinski, Haley and Bruce Hoffman. “The CBI Shopian Report and Civil Society Pathways for Redress and Justice in Kashmir.”Presented at the Annual Conference on South Asia. Madison, WI, October 2012.

Duschinski, Haley. “Jurisdictions of Justice: Legal Authority and Popular Protest in Kashmir.” Presented at the Global Fusion Conference, Athens, OH, October 2012.

Duschinski, Haley. Panel chair: “Conflict, Protest, and Social Change,” at the Annual Conference on South Asia, Madison, WI, October 2012.

Faust, Kelly. "In the Wake of Disaster: Hurricane Katrina Victims’ Attempts at Righting the Wrongs of the State." Presented at the annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Chicago, IL, November 2012.

Faust, Kelly. Served on panel, “State Crime Victimization 1: Victimization Patterns and Trends,” at the annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Chicago, IL, November 2012.

Faust, Kelly, Christine Mattley, Tom Vander Ven. "Rural Prostitution: Officials Understandings of the Frequencies and Transactions of Rural Prostitution in Four Rural Counties." Presented at the annual meetings of the North Central Sociological Association, Indianapolis, IN, April 2013.

Hatch , Laurie. “Engaging Students as Collaborative Partners in Research on Teaching and Learning.” Presented at the Annual Conference of the National Society for Experiential Education, Milwaukee, Wisconsin, October 2012.

Hoffman, Bruce. “Resisting Regulation: Science, Law, and Natural Birth Activism.” Presented at the Law and Society Association Annual Meeting in Boston, MA, May 2013.

Jorrey, Eric. “Two Sides of the Same Coin: The Meaning of Masculinity and Similarities Across Various Socio-Demographic Categories of Men.” Presented at the annual meetings of the North Central Sociological Association Meetings, Indianapolis, IN, April 2013.

Lee, Elizabeth M., “Framing Class: Challenges Facing Low-SES Student Advocacy Clubs on Campus," at the Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association. New York, NY, August 2013.

Lee, Elizabeth M., “Like Sisters: Gender and Class at an Elite Women’s College," at the Gender and Education Conference, University of Pennsylvania. Philadelphia, PA, March 2013.

Li, Jieli. “Environment, Social Justice, and Sustainable Development in Asia.” Presented in research paper session on Globalization and Social Change in Asian Societies at the annual meeting of Southeast Conference of Association for Asian Studies (SEC-AAS), University of North Carolina –Wilmington, January 2013.

Li, Jieli. “China’s ‘Quiet’ Revolution: Civil Resistance and Emerging Public Sphere.” Presented in research paper session on China’s Civil Development: Retrospect and Prospect at 19th ACPSS International Conference with the theme on the Impacts of Leadership Transition in China: Domestic and International Concerns in collaboration with the Asian Studies Program of the University of Louisville, and United Societies of China Studies (USCS), the University of Louisville, Kentucky, November 2013.

Mattley, Christine and Karin Sandell. “The Construction of Kids’ Bodies on Reality TV.” Presented at the North Central Association annual meetings, Indianapolis, IN, April 2013 (Chris Mattley organized and also facilitated the session).

Scanlan, Stephen. “Fighting and Dying in Iraq: Patriotism, Poverty, and Opportunity Structure in Appalachia.” Presented at the annual meetings of the American Sociological Association, Denver, CO, August 2013.

Scanlan, Stephen. “Framing Fracking: Resource Extraction, Economic Development, and Greenwashing.” Presented at the Annual Meetings of the North Central Sociological Association, Indianapolis, IN, April 2013.

Stephen J. Scanlan, “Poverty, Underdevelopment and War: A Comparative Analysis of the Conflict Trap and Human Insecurity," at the annual meetings of the American Sociological Association in New York, NY, August 2013.

Tatarek, Nancy. “Caring for Ohio’s Civil War Veterans: The Development of the Soldier’s and Sailor’s Home.” Presented at the annual meeting of the Social Science History Association, Vancouver, Canada, November 2012.

Thorne, Deborah. “Bankruptcy.” The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Consumption and Consumer Studies. 2015.

Thorne, Deborah. “Poverty Hardships among Bankrupt Seniors: Data from the 2007 Consumer Bankruptcy Project.” Presented at the National Association of Women Judges; also served on panel: “Hidden Impact: The Unseen Consequences of the Economic Crisis,” Miami, FL, November 2012.

Vander Ven, Thomas. “Victim Ambiguity and Bystander Intervention in the College Drinking Scene.” Presented at the annual meetings of the American Society of Criminology, Chicago, IL, November 2012.

Recent Faculty Research Presentations (2011-14)

Ammarell, Eugene. “Shared Space, Conflicting Perceptions, and the Destruction of an Indonesian Fishery.” Invited talk: Cornell Southeast Asian Studies Program, Ithaca, NY, October 20, 2011

Anderson, Cynthia D. February 2014. “Understanding Community Colleges as Gendered Pathways for Women in STEM.” Paper presented at annual meetings of Sociologists for Women in Society, Nashville, TN.

Anderson, Cynthia D. and Staci Vaughan. April 2014. “Rural Women & the New Rural Order: Labor Markets & Gendered Process of Inequality.” Paper presented at the annual meetings of the Southern Sociological Society, Charlotte, NC.

Anderson, Cynthia D., Christine L. Mattley, Valerie M. Conley, and David Koonce. August 2012. “Community Colleges as Gendered Organizations: Understanding Workplace Power and Women in STEM through a Gendered Organizational Justice Lens.” Paper presented at the annual meetings of the American Sociological Association, Las Vegas, NV.

Koonce, D., C.D. Anderson, V.M. Conley, C.L. Mattley. 2011 “Satisfaction of Female Faculty at Public Two-Year Institutions.” Paper presented at the annual meetings of American Society for Engineering Education, Vancouver, BC.

Koonce, D., V.M. Conley, D. Hening and C.D. Anderson. 2011. “An Analysis of Female STEM Faculty at Public Two-Year Institutions.” Paper presented at the annual meetings of American Society for Engineering Education, Vancouver, BC

Koonce, D., J. Zhou, V.M. Conley, D. Hening, and C.D. Anderson. 2011. “What is STEM?” Paper presented at the annual meetings of American Society for Engineering Education, Vancouver, BC.

Anderson, Cynthia D., Christine Mattley, Valerie Martin Conley, David Koonce. “Women in STEM at Community Colleges: Career Paths and Satisfaction.” February 2011. Paper presented at the annual meetings of Sociologists for Women in Society, San Antonio, TX.

Anderson, Cynthia D., Christine Mattley, Valerie Martin Conley, David Koonce. March 2011. “Women Scientists in Community Colleges: Understanding Power through a Gendered Organizational Justice Lens.” Paper presented at the annual meetings of Southern Sociological Society, Jacksonville, FL.

Koonce, D. J. Zhou, V.M. Conley, C.D. Anderson. 2011. “STEM Education vs. Occupation: a Supply and Demand Analysis” Paper presented at the annual meetings of Industrial Engineering Education, Industrial Engineering Education, Reno, NV.

Burmeister, Larry L. “Democratization, Local Autonomy and Local Development Initiatives in Rural South Korea: A Comparative Case Study,” Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, August 19-23, 2011, Las Vegas, NV.

Burmeister, Larry L. “Californication of the Korean Rice Market?” Korean Studies Program at the University of Illinois Champaign-Urbana, April 15, 2011.

Burmeister, Larry L. “Outsourcing Food Security: Global Governance Issues Through the South Korean ‘Land Grab’ Lens,” Annual Meeting of the Rural Sociological Society, July 28-31, 2011, Boise, ID.

Castellano, Ursula (Presider and Discussant). 2013. Regular Sociology of Law Section. Panel organized for the Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, New York, NY, August.

Castellano, Ursula. 2013. "Picture Me Well. A PEI Study of Veterans Court Participants." Paper Presented at the Annual Law & Society Association Meetings, Boston, MA, May.

Castellano, Ursula and Leon Anderson (Presenter). 2012. "Researching Problem Solving Courts." Paper presented at the 2nd Intermountain Mental Health Court Conference. Utah State University, Logan, UT, July.

Castellano, Ursula. "Evaluating Eligibility for Mental Health Court Referrals." Intermountain Mental Health Court Conference. Utah State University, Logan, UT, June 2011.

Duschinski, Haley. 2013. “Law, Power, and Courtroom Struggles for Justice in Kashmir.” Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association. Chicago, IL (November)

Duschinski, Haley. 2013. “Democracy Is the Only Place Where You Can Get Justice”: Lawfare as Protest in Kashmir. Annual Conference on South Asia. Madison, WI (October)

Duschinski, Haley. 2013. “Popular Protest and Courtroom Stuggles for Justice in Kashmir.” Kashmir Studies Preconference at the Annual Conference on South Asia. Madison, WI (October)

Duschinski, Haley. 2013. “Enduring Injustice: The Politics of Genocide Reparations Claims in Contemporary Namibia,” with Ellie Hamrick. Memories of Conflict, Conflicts of Memory Conference, University of London. London, U.K.

Duschinski, Haley. 2013 “Everyday Violence, Institutional Denial, and Struggles for Justice in Kashmir.” Keynote Lecture at Kashmir Event, South Asia Center at Syracuse University, Syracuse, New York (February)

Duschinski, Haley. 2013 "Jurisdictions of Justice: Violence, Militarization, and Popular Protest in Kashmir Valley." Lecture at Dhar India Studies Program at Indiana University, Bloomington, Indiana (January)

Duschinski, Haley. 2012 “Shopian: Law, Violence, and Jurisdictions of Justice in Kashmir Valley.” Lecture at Urban Morgan Institute for Human Rights, University of Cincinnati School of Law, Cincinnati, Ohio (January)

Duschinski, Haley, and Bruce Hoffman. “Community Advocacy, Moral Agency, and Jurisdictions of Justice in Kashmir.” Presented at the Sixth Annual South Asia Legal Studies Pre-Conference. (Madison, WI: October 2012).

Duschinski, Haley, and Bruce Hoffman. “The CBI Shopian Report and Civil Society Pathways for Redress and Justice in Kashmir.” Presented at the Annual Conference of South Asia (Madison, WI: October 2012).

Duschinski, Haley. 2012 “Shaming the State: The CBI Shopian Report and Alternative Pathways for Redress and Justice in Kashmir.” Annual Meeting of the American Anthropological Association. Washington, DC (November)

Duschinski, Haley. 2011 “Political Identity and Popular Protest in Kashmir.” Lecture at National Security Seminar, The George Washington University, Washington DC (November)

Duschinski, Haley. Panel co-organizer and co-chair (with Shubh Mathur). “Imagining Kashmir: Power and Resistance in the Borderlands Part II.” Annual Conference on South Asia. Madison, WI (October 2011).

Duschinski, Haley, and Bruce Hoffman. “Shopian: Law, Violence, and Jurisdictions of Justice.” Presented at the Annual Conference of South Asia. Madison, WI (October 2011).

Duschinski, Haley. “Popular Protest and Jurisdictions of Justice in Kashmir Valley.” Department of Sociology, University of Hyderabad, Hyderabad, India (July 2011).

Duschinski, Haley. “Jammu and Kashmir: Boundaries and Movements.” Invited Kashmir Symposium, Institute of Social and Cultural Anthropology, Munich University, Germany (June 2011).

Faust, Kelly. “In the Wake of Disaster: Hurricane Katrina Victims’ Attempts at Righting the Wrongs of the State.” Presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology 2012. Chicago, Illinois.

Faust, Kelly. "Historical Contingency in State Crime: Sorting out Expectations of the State.” Presented at the Annual Meetings of the American Society of Criminology 2011. Washington, D.C.

Hatch, Laurie Russell (with Lauren E.H. McMills, Joni Wadley, and A. Michael Williford). "Evaluating General Education Outcomes: Students and Faculty Speak Their Minds” Presented at the Annual Conference of the Professional and Organizational Development (POD) Network in Higher Education, Atlanta, Georgia, October 2011.

Hoffman, Bruce. “Criminology, the Holocaust, and Mass Atrocity.” Presented at the International Holocaust Studies Conference (Murfeesboro, TN: October, 2013).

Hoffman, Bruce. “Resisting Regulation: Science, Law, and Natural Birth Activism.” Presented at the Law and Society Association Annual Meeting (Boston, MA: May 2013).

Hoffman, Bruce. Chair and Organizer. “Self-Reflective Criminology: Historical and Contemporary Issues.” Panel at the American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting (Washington, DC: November 2011).

Hoffman, Bruce. “Criminology and Its Histories.” Presented at the American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting (Washington, DC: November 2011).

Hoffman, Bruce. “Human Rights and Home Birth: Natural Birth Activism, Midwifery Expertise and Transnational Human Rights Discourse.” Presented at the Society for Social Studies of Science Annual Meeting (Cleveland, OH: November 2011).

Jieli Li. 2013. “China’s ‘Quiet’ Revolution: Civil Resistance and Emerging Public Sphere,” paper presented in research paper session on China’s Civil Development: Retrospect and Prospect at 19th ACPSS International Conference with the theme on the Impacts of Leadership Transition in China: Domestic and International Concerns in collaboration with the Asian Studies Program of the University of Louisville, and United Societies of China Studies (USCS), the University of Louisville, Kentucky, November 1-3, 2013.

Jieli Lii. 2013. “Major Challenges Confronting China for Sustainable Development in the Twenty-first Century – a Sociological Perspective”, a keynote presentation at First Sino-U.S. American Scholars Forum on China with the theme on China and Globalization in the 21st Century: Domestic and International Challenges, Xi’An International Studies University, Xi’An, China, June 7-9, 2013.

Jieli Li. 2013. “A Paradigm Shift in Sustainable Development Studies-A Sociological Perspective”, a research presentation as 39th Kohei Miura Visiting Professor at Chubu University, Japan, March 29, 2013.

Jieli Li. 2013. “Environment, Social Justice, and Sustainable Development in Asia” paper presented in research paper session on Globalization and Social Change in Asian Societies at the annual meeting of Southeast Conference Association for Asian Studies (SEC-AAS), University of North Carolina –Wilmington, January 18-20, 2013.

Jieli Li. 2012. “Comparing Models of Sustainable Development,” paper presented at 18th ACPSS international conference at the University of Pittsburgh, Oct 5-7, 2012.

Jieli Li, 2012. “Environment and Sustainable Development: A Cross-National Analysis in Asia,” research papers presented at International Symposiums on Low Carbon Societies and Sustainable Development and Green GDP: Toward Economic and Social Sustainability, Shanghai and Beijing, China, June 3-5, 2012.

Jieli Li. 2012. “China’s Quest for Energy Security—A Geo-economic Perspective” a research paper presented at International Conference on Energy Security and U.S.-China Relations at University of Central Oklahoma , West Pacific Institute, Edmond, Oklahoma (February 28), 2012.

Jieli Li. 2011. “China Facing the Challenges of Globalization: Problems and Prospects” at Contemporary China Studies, University of Saint Joseph, Macau, December 11, 2011.

Jieli Li. 2011. “Issues and Prospects of China’s Socio-Legal Reforms – A Historical Review,” presented at International Symposium on A Hundred Years of Quest: The Rise of China, 1911-2011. Bejing, China, August 26, 2011.

Jieli Li. 2011. “China’s Geopolitical Drive for Geoeconomic Search in World Energy Resources”, presented at an international conference on China’s Role in Global and Regional Governance sponsored by S. Rajaratnam School of International Studies, Nayang Technological University, Singapore, March 10-11.

Morgan, Charlie V., Michele Enciso Bendall, and John P. Hoffmann “Do Undocumented Immigrants Commit More Crime? An Examination of the Utah Criminal Justice System.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association, Denver, CO, August 2012.

Stewart, Julie, Michele Enciso Bendall, and Charlie V. Morgan. “Jobs, Flags and Laws: An Exploration of the Role of Interests, Culture and Values in Explaining Recruitment into the Utah Minutemen Project.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Society for the Study of Social Problems, Denver, CO, August 2012.

Harris, Brian, Charlie V. Morgan, and Ben G. Gibbs “Evidence of Political Moderation over Time: Utah’s Immigration Debate On-Line.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association, Denver, CO, August 2012.

Robertson, Keaton K., Charlie V. Morgan, and Michele Bendall “Symbolic Meaning of the Border: The Utah Minutemen Project.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Pacific Sociologial Association, San Diego, CA, March 2012.

Gibbs, Benjamin G., and Charlie V. Morgan. “When does the Second Generation Advantage Emerge? Reconciling Parent- and Child-Centered Approaches.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association, Las Vegas, NV, August 2011.

Charlie V. Morgan, Michele E. Bendall and Keaton Robertson. “The Border & Identity: The Utah Minuteman Perspective.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association, Seattle, WA, March 2011.

Sereen Heath, Charlie V. Morgan, Andrea Hardeman and Kelsae Stentzel “Post-Adoption Depression Syndrome.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association, Seattle, WA, March 2011.

Scanlan, Stephen J. 2013. “Poverty, Underdevelopment and War: A Comparative Analysis of the Conflict Trap and Human Insecurity.” Annual Meetings of the American Sociological Association. New York.

Scanlan, Stephen J. 2013. “Framing Fracking: Resource Extraction, Economic Development, and Greenwashing.” Annual Meetings of the North Central Sociological Association. Indianapolis, Indiana.

Scanlan, Stephen J. 2012. “Fighting and Dying in Iraq: Patriotism, Poverty, and Opportunity Structure in Appalachia.” Annual Meetings of the American Sociological Association. Denver, Colorado.

Scanlan, Stephen J. 2012. “The Conflict Trap: The Impact of War on Poverty, Underdevelopment, and Social Change.” Annual Meetings of the North Central Sociological Association. Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania.

Qiongyou Pu and Scanlan, Stephen J. 2011.” Framing and Online Protest against Chinese Government Land Expropriation: An Analysis of Comparative Grievances.” Annual Meetings of the American Sociological Association. Las Vegas, Nevada.

Mercer, Carly T. and Stephen J. Scanlan. 2011. “Outsourcing Pollution: Environmental Degradation, Sustainable Development, and Environmental Injustice in a Globalized China.” Annual Meetings of the North Central Sociological Association. Cleveland, Ohio.

Thorne, Deborah. 2011. Session Organizer and Discussant, “The Middle Class at the Bottom: How the Recession Harmed Average Americans.” The American Sociological Association annual meeting. Las Vegas, Nevada.

Thorne, Deborah. 2011. Guest Lecture, “Bankrupt Debtors and Financial Education.” Symposium on Insolvency and Financial Literacy Research, Office of the Superintendent of Bankruptcy Canada. Ottawa, Ontario, Canada.

Thorne, Deborah. 2011. Guest Lecture, “When Mom and Dad File for Bankruptcy: The Real Monster Under the Bed—The Effects of Bankruptcy on Children and the Parent-Child Relationship.” University of Illinois Law School. Champaign, Illinois.

Pugh, Brandie, Ningard, Holly, and Thomas Vander Ven. 2012. “Victim Worthiness: Victimization, People Types, and Bystander Support.” Presented at the American Society of Criminology Annual Meeting, Chicago.

Ningard, Holly, Pugh, Brandie, and Thomas Vander Ven. 2011. “Sexual Victimization in the College Drinking Scene and Bystander Support.” Presented at the Society for the Study of Social Problems Annual Meeting, Las Vegas.

Steven Foy, Howard T. Welser, Bruce Martin and Andrew Szolisi. 2013. “The artful ride: Balancing risk, arousal, and personality in white water rafting.” American Sociological Association, NY, NY.

Michael Dickard, Howard T. Welser, and Laurie Hatch. 2013. “How do college students differ in their internet use or digital skills?” American Sociological Association, NY, NY.

Howard T. Welser. 2013. “Breaking the iron law of oligarchy: Computational institutions, reputation systems, and distributed social control.” Position paper at the KredibleNet Workshop, West Lafayette Indiana, Purdue University.

Howard T. Welser and Michael Dickard. 2012. “Cultivating an online community of Interlink faculty and staff: Sharing strategies that enhance teaching and learning for instructors of millennial students.” Interlink Alliance Faculty Development Conference. Durham, NC.

Welser, Howard T., Dan Cosley, Gueorgi Kossinets, Austin Lin, Fedor Dokshin, Geri Gay, and Marc Smith. 2011. “Finding social roles in Wikipedia.” (pp. 122-129). In ACM proceedings of iConference 2011, Seattle, WA.

Underwood, Patrick and Howard T. Welser. 2011. “‘The Internet is here’: Emergent coordination and innovation of protest forms in digital culture.” (pp. 304-311). In ACM proceedings of iConference 2011, Seattle WA.

Howard T. Welser, Brandon Brooks, Quentin Kilpatrick and Michael Dickard. 2011. “Emergent social capital in the digital generation: Influence of family socio economic status and local opportunity structure.” American Sociological Association, Las Vegas.

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