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Faculty Publications

2015-16

Anderson, Cynthia D. and Kelly Faust. 2016. Women and Work: Teaching the Pay Gap in Teaching Gender and Sex in Contemporary America, Kristin Haltinner & Ryanne Pilgeram, eds., Springer International Publishing, pp 101-107.

Han, Do Hyun and Larry L. Burmeister, eds. 2015. The Saemaul Movement: A Sourcebook. Seongnam, Republic of Korea: The Academy of Korean Studies Press.

Castellano, Ursula, "The Politics of Benchcraft: The Role of Judges in Mental Health Courts," forthcoming. Law & Social Inquiry, 2016.

Curran, S. and Haile-Selassie, Y. 2016.Paleoecological Reconstruction of Hominin-bearing Middle Pliocene Localities at Woranso-Mille, Ethiopia. The Journal of Human Evolution

Hoffman, Bruce. 2016. “Birth Activism, Law, and the Organization of Independent Midwifery in Oregon.” Oregon Historical Quarterly (Special Issue: Regulating Birth). 117 (2).

Hoffman, Bruce. “Criminology and the Photo Essay.” Forthcoming 2016 in The Routledge International Handbook of Visual Criminology.

Kaufman, Nicole. "Prisoner incorporation: The work of the state and non-governmental organizations." Theoretical Criminology November 2015 vol. 19 no. 4 534-553.

Kaufman, Nicole, Joshua Kaiser, and Cesraea Rumpf. Forthcoming. “Beyond Punishment: Dynamic Dimensions of Penal Control through Interventionist, Covert and Negligent Involvement.”Law & Social Inquiry.

Lee, Elizabeth M. 2016. Class and Campus Life: Managing and Experiencing Inequality at an Elite College. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

Xiao Chen, Jieli Li. 2016. “Social Governance Solution to Environmental Protection of Chinese Pharmaceutical Companies – from the Perspective of the U.S. experience,” Herald of Medicine, Vol 35, Issue 5, pp. 543-546.

Zhang, Xiaojing and Jieli Li. 2016. “Food Security in WTO multilateral Trade Negotiations – From the Perspective of the Bali Decision,” Wuhan University International Law Review, Vol. 18, No. 2, pp.186-203.

Guan, C, Cheng, X, Zhang, X, and Li, J. 2016. “Policy Analysis of Migrant Workers’ Health Care in Urban China,” Policy and Information, No. 6, 2016, pp. 104-112.

Jieli Li. 2015. “China Emerging as a Game Changer in Contention for Global Energy Governance?” Issues & Studies, Vol. 51, No. 4 (December), pp. 1-32.

Jieli Li and Lei Ji. 2015. “Still ‘Familiar’ but No Longer ‘Strangers’: Hui Muslims in Contemporary China,” in X. Li and P. Shan (eds.) Ethnic China: Identity, Assimilation, and Resistance. Lanham, MD: Lexington Books/Rowman & Littlefield, pp 153-170. https://rowman.com/ISBN/9781498507295/Ethnic-China-Identity-Assimilation-and-Resistance

Mattley, Christine, Thomas Vander Ven, Kelly Faust. 2015. “We Get a Lot of Crack Whores”: Official Perceptions of Rural Prostitution in Four Rural Counties.” Journal of Sociology and Social Work. Vol 3, No. 1.

Morgan, Charlie V., Monica M. Trieu, Abigail Stephens, and Reiju Nemoto. “A Grounded Typology of Foreign-born Spouses in Japan: The Motivations Behind Migration to Japan.” Ethnicities, 16 (4): 589-609 (2016).

Julie Stewart, Michele E. Bendall, and Charlie V. Morgan. “Jobs, Flags and Laws: How Interests, Culture and Values Explain Recruitment into the Utah Minuteman Project.” Sociological Perspectives, 58 (4): 627-648 (2015).

Morgan, Charlie V. “Crossing Borders, Crossing Boundaries: How Immigrant Backgrounds Shape Gender-Role Attitudes and Interethnic Partnering.” Journal of Family Issues, 36 (10): 1324-1350 (2015).

Paul E. Patton. 2015. Hocking Fort Site Preliminary Assessment. Report submitted to Paul Gardner, Midwest Office Director, The Archaeological Conservancy, in order to evaluate the site’s potential for acquisition.

Elliot Abrams and Paul Patton. 2015. The Ecology of Indigenous Domestic Architecture in the Hocking River Valley, Ohio. In Building the Past: Prehistoric Wooden Post Architecture in the Ohio Valley-Great Lakes Region, Brian Redmond and Robert Genheimer, eds., University Press of Florida.

Paul E. Patton and Sabrina Curran (2016) Archaic Period Domesticated Plants in the Mid Ohio Valley: Archaeobotanical Remains in from the County Home Site (33AT40), Southeastern Ohio. Midcontinental Journal of Archaeology 41(2).

Rosen, Matthew. 2015. “Ethnographies of Reading: Beyond Literacy and Books.” Anthropological Quarterly 88(4): 1059–1084.

Scanlan, Stephen J. 2015. “Gender, Development, and the Environment: Female Empowerment and the Creation of Sustainable Societies.” Pp. 115-133 in Development in Crisis: Threats to Human Well-being in the Global South and Global North edited by Rae Lesser Blumberg and Samuel Cohn. New York:

Sachs, Carolyn, Mary Barbercheck, Kathryn Brasier, Nancy Ellen Kiernan, and Anna R. Terman. 2016. The Rise of Women Farmers and Sustainable Agriculture. Iowa City, IA: University of Iowa Press.

Terman, Anna R. “Intersectionality and Appalachian identity.” 2016. In Appalachia Revisited: New Perspectives on Place, Tradition, and Progress, edited by W. Schumann & R. A. Fletcher. Lexington, KY: University Press of Kentucky.

Vander Ven, Thomas. Party School: Crime, Campus and Community (July, 2015). By Karen G. Weiss. Contemporary Sociology 44(4): 566-7.

Pugh, Brandie, Ningard, Holly, Vander Ven, Thomas, and Leah Butler (2016). “Victim Ambiguity: Bystander Intervention and Sexual Assault in the College Drinking Scene.” Deviant Behavior 37(4):401-418.

2013-15

Abrams, Elliot. AnnCorinne Freter and Vania Stefanova. Environmental Change Since the Woodland Period in the mid-Ohio Valley: Results from Patton Bog Sediment Core Palynological Analyses. MCJA, Vol 39 (1): 1-16.

Anderson, Cynthia D., Christine Mattley, Valerie Martin Conley, David A. Koonce. 2014. “Community Colleges and the Reproduction of Gender in the Academy: Experiences of Women STEM Faculty.” Advances in Gender Research. Advances in Gender Research: Gender Transformation in the Academy. Vasilikie Demos, Catherine White Berheide, Marcia Texler Segal editors. Bingley, United Kingdom Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

Curran, Sabrina. Examining Eucladoceros Ecomorphology using Geometric Morphometrics. Anatomical Record 298: 291-313. 2015.

Faust, Kelly L. and Vander Ven, Tom. “Policing Disaster: An Analytical Review of the Literature on Policing, Disaster, and Post Traumatic Stress Disorder.” Sociology Compass 8(6): 614-626.

Kaufman, Nicole. "Prisoner Incorporation: The Work of the State and Non-Governmental Organizations.” Theoretical Criminology. Prepublished January 14, 2015; DOI: 10.1177/0123456789123456.

Mattley, Christine, Thomas Vander Ven, Kelly Faust. 2015. “We Get a Lot of Crack Whores”: Official Perceptions of Rural Prostitution in Four Rural Counties.” Journal of Sociology and Social Work. Vol 3, No. 1.

Mattley, Christine. 2014. "Phone Sex." Pp 508-5 10 in Encyclopedia of Social Deviance. Heith Copes and Craig Forsyth editors. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Mercer, Carly T. and Stephen J. Scanlan. 2014. “Outsourcing Pollution: Sustainability Challenges and Environmental Injustice in a Globalized China” Pp. 23-46 in Globalization, Development and Security in Asia Volume 4: Environment and Sustainable Development in Asia edited by Jie-Li Li. Singapore, World Scientific Publishing.

Wilson, William Richard, Andrew M. Szolosi, Bruce Martin, and Stephen J. Scanlan. 2014. "Identifying with the Gunks: Investigating the Effect that Serious Leisure Participation and Place Attachment Have on Environmental Concern among Traditional Climbers." Journal of Outdoor Recreation, Education, and Leadership 6(2): 114-132.

Scanlan, Stephen J. 2014. “‘Mined’ for Its Citizens? Poverty, Opportunity Structure, and Appalachian Soldier Deaths in the Iraq War.” Journal for Appalachian Studies 20(1):43-67.

Allen, P., C. Sachs, C. Hatcher, A.R. Terman, & J. Hayden. (2014). Front and back of the house: Socio-spatial inequalities in food work. Agriculture, Food, and Human Values, 31, 3-17.

2012-13

Kiernan, N.E., M.E. Barbercheck, K.J. Brasier, C. Sachs, & A.R. Terman. (2012). Women farmers: Pulling up their own educational boot straps with Extension. Journal of Extension, 50(5).

Ammarell, Gene. 2013 Review of Ethnographic Fieldwork: An Anthropological Reader 2nd edition by Antonius C.G.M. Robben and Jeffery A. Sluka, eds. (Malden, MA: Blackwell Publishing, 2012). Anthropos: The International Review of Anthropology and Linguistics: 108:2:702-703.

Castellano, Ursula and Leon Anderson. 2013. Mental Health Courts in America: Promises and Challenges. American Behavioral Scientist 57(2): 163-173.

Anderson, Leon, Terry Peak and Ursula Castellano, editors. 2013. Special Journal Issue of the American Behavioral Scientist on Mental Health Courts, V. 57 (2).

Hoffman, Bruce and Haley Duschinski. 2013. “‘That Map of Longings With No Limit’: Contestations Over Law, Power, and Representation in Kashmir Valley.” Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies (ahead of print), 1-30.

Duschinski, Haley. 2013. “New Ethnographies of International Justice.” Political and Legal Anthropology Review, 199-207.

Curran Sabrina. Expanding ecomorphological methods: geometric morphometric analysis of Cervidae post-crania. Journal of Archaeological Science 39: 1172-1182. 2012.

Freter, AnnCorinne. Book Review of: The Copan Sculpture Museum Ancient Maya Artistry in Stucco and Stone. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 18: 466-467. 2012.

Li, Jieli. 2013. “In Transformation toward Socio-Legality with Chinese Characteristics: A Critical View,” in Xiaobing Li and Qiang Fang (eds.) Modern Chinese Legal Reform: New Perspectives. Lexington: The University Press of Kentucky. Pp. 111-130.

Morgan, Charlie V. “Immigrant Intermarriage.” In Gold, S. J. and S. J. Nawyn, editors, The International Handbook of Migration Studies. Routledge (2013).

Bishop, Rebecca A., Charlie V. Morgan, and Lance Erickson. “Public Awareness of Human Trafficking in Europe: How Concerned Are European Citizens?” Journal of Immigrant and Refugee Studies, 11 (2): 113-135 (2013).

 Pu, Qiongyou and Stephen J. Scanlan. 2012. "Communicating Injustice: Framing and Online Protest against Chinese Government Land Expropriation." Information, Communication, and Society 15:572-590.

Scanlan, Stephen J. 2013. Review of Hyper-Conflict: Globalization and Insecurity by James H. Mittelman. Political and Military Sociology: An Annual Review 40:249-251.

Scanlan, Stephen J. 2013. "Feeding the Planet or Feeding Us a Line? Agribusiness, ‘Grainwashing,’ and Hunger in the World Food System." International Journal of Sociology of Agriculture and Food 20:357-382.

Scanlan, Stephen J. 2012. Review of “Plunder: The Crime of Our Time.” Media Education Foundation. Teaching Sociology 40: 81-83.

Recent Faculty Articles and Book Chapters (2011-14)

Ammarell, Gene. 2011. “Just Below the Surface: Environmental Destruction and Loss of Livelihood on an Indonesian Atoll.” In Everyday Life in Southeast Asia ed. Kathleen M. Adams and Kathleen Gillogly. Indiana University Press, pp. 304-16.

Anderson, Cynthia D. and Chih-Yuan Weng. 2011. “Regional Variation Low-Wage Work across Rural Communities.” Pages 215-230 in Kristen Smith and Ann Tickamyer, eds, Economic Restructuring and Family Well-being in Rural America. State College, PA: Pennsylvania State University Press.

Anderson, Leon, Terry Peak and Ursula Castellano, editors. 2013. Special Journal Issue of the American Behavioral Scientist on Mental Health Courts, V. 57 (2).

Castellano, Ursula and Leon Anderson. 2013. "Mental Health Courts in America: Promises and Challenges." American Behavioral Scientist 57(2): 163-173.

Castellano, Ursula. 2011. "Problem-Solving Courts: Theory and Practice." Sociology Compass 5 (11): 957-967.

Castellano, Ursula. 2011. "Courting Compliance: Case Managers as Double Agents in Mental Health Courts." Law & Social Inquiry 36 (2): 513-548.

Duschinski, Haley, and Bruce Hoffman. 2011. “Everyday Violence, Institutional Denial, and Struggles for Justice in Kashmir.” Race & Class 52(4): 44-70.

Duschinski, Haley, and Bruce Hoffman. 2011. “On the Frontlines of the Law: Legal Advocacy and Political Protest by Lawyers in Contested Kashmir.” Anthropology Today 27(5): 8-12.

Faust, Kelly. and Susan M. Carlson. “Devastation in the Aftermath of Hurricane Katrina as a State Crime: Social Audience Reactions." Crime, Law, and Social Change 55(1): 33-51.

Tickamyer, Ann R. and Debra A. Henderson. 2011. "Livelihood Practices in the Shadow of Welfare Reform." Chapter in K. Smith and A. Tickamyer (eds.). Economic Restructuring and Family Well-Being in America. Penn State Press.

Hoffman, Bruce, and Haley Duschinski. 2013. "“Contestations Over Law, Power, and Representation in Kashmir Valley.” Interventions: International Journal of Postcolonial Studies 15(3).

Seiko Hanochi and Jieli Li. 2014. “Thinking Globally and Acting Locally: Education for Sustainable Development (ESD) in Japan,” in J. Li (ed.) Environment and Sustainable Development in Asia. Singapore and London: World Scientific Publishing, pp. 251-267 (forthcoming).

Jieli Li and Toby Li. 2014. “In Pursuit of Sustainability in Environment and Development: An Asian Experience,” in J. Li (ed.) Environment and Sustainable Development in Asia. Singapore and London: World Scientific Publishing, pp. 1-22 (forthcoming).

Jieli Li, 2013. “China’s Evolving Civil Society and Grassroots Empowerment” in Xiaobing Li and Xiansheng Tian (eds), Evolution of Power: China’s Struggle, Survival and Success. Lanham: Lexington Books/Rowman & Littlefield, pp. 297-311

Jieli Li, 2013. “In Transformation toward Socio-Legality with Chinese Characteristics: A Critical View,” in Xiaobing Li and Qiang Fang (eds.) Modern Chinese Legal Reform: New Perspectives. Lexington: The University Press of Kentucky. Pp. 111-130.

Zhenyu Xu, Lingyun Chen, Jieli Li. 2013. “Safety Issues on China’s Nuclear Energy Development.” Review of Economic Research (in Chinese), Vol. 51, No. C-3, 2013, pp. 45-51.

Weimin Yang, Jieli Li and Yigong Pu. 2013. “Perspectives on Sustainable Development of American Family Farms,” World Agriculture (in Chinese), Issue 12, 2013. Pp. 134-138.

Weimin Yang, Jieli Li and Chen Yao, 2013. “The Impacts of Globalization on American Family Farms and Lessons that can be learned,” Agricultural Economy (in Chinese), Issue 11, 2013. Pp.2-6

Jieli Li, 2012. “China’s Quest for Energy Security: A Geo-economic Perspective” in Mingjiang Li (ed.) China Joins Global Governance: Cooperation and Contentions, Lanham, MD: Lexington Books/Roman & Littlefield, pp. 137-172.

Lihua Yang and Jieli Li. 2012. (Reprint) “Political Economy of Clean Energy: What China can Learn from the U.S.” (in Chinese), Journal of World Economics, Issue 6, 2012, Pp. 73-77.

Lihua, Yang and Jieli Li. 2012. “Political Economy of Clean Energy: What Chin can Learn from the U.S.”, New Perspectives (in Chinese), No.1, pp.45-48.

Jieli Li and Toby Li. 2012. “China’s First Decade in the 21st Century: New Trends and Challenges” in Shujian Guo and Shiping Hua and Sujian Guo (eds.) China in the Twenty-First Century: Challenges and Opportunities, New York: Palgrave Macmillan. Pp. 237-252.

Jieli Li. 2011. “Exploring Asian Americans: The Myth of the ‘Model Minority’ and the Reality of Their lives,” in Connie Robinson and Judith Hennessy (eds.) Critical Thinking and Social Problems, San Diego: University Readers & Collegella Academic Publishing (Reprint from Robert P. McNamara (ed.) Perspectives in Social Problems.

Morgan, Charlie V. 2013. “Immigrant Intermarriage.” In Gold, S. J. and S. J. Nawyn, editors, The International Handbook of Migration Studies. Routledge.

Morgan, Charlie V. 2012. “Toward a More Nuanced Understanding of Intercoupling: Second Generation Mixed Couples in Southern California.” Journal of Family Issues, 33 (11): 1423-49.

Mercer, Carly T. and Stephen J. Scanlan. 2013. “Outsourcing Pollution: Environmental Degradation, Sustainable Development, and Environmental Injustice in a Globalized China” in Environment and Sustainable Development in Asia edited by Jie-Li Li. Singapore, World Scientific Publishing.

Pu, Qiongyou and Stephen J. Scanlan. 2012. "Communicating Injustice: Framing and Online Protest against Chinese Government Land Expropriation." Information, Communication, and Society 15:572-590.

Scanlan, Stephen J. 2012. "Hunger and the Political Economy of the World Food System." Pp. 366-374 in The Handbook of World-Systems Analysis edited by Salvatore Babones and Christopher Chase-Dunn. Abingdon, UK: Routledge.

Scanlan, Stephen J. 2011. “The Theoretical Roots and Sociology of Environmental Justice in Appalachia.” Pp. 3-31 in Mountains of Injustice: Social and Environmental Equity in Appalachia edited by Michele Morrone and Geoff Buckley. Athens, Ohio: Ohio University Press.

David U. Himmelstein, Deborah Thorne, and Steffie Woolhandler. 2011. “Medical Bankruptcy in Massachusetts: Has Health Reform Made a Difference?” American Journal of Medicine 124: 224-228.

Deborah Thorne. “Women’s Work and Women’s Worry: Debt Management in Financially Distressed Families.” Forthcoming in Katherine Porter (ed.), Broke: How Debt Undermines the Middle Class.

Elizabeth Warren and Deborah Thorne. “A Vulnerable Middle Class: Bankruptcy and Class Status.” Forthcoming in Katherine Porter (ed.), Broke: How Debt Undermines the Middle Class.

 

Deborah Thorne and Katherine Porter. 2011. “Expectations and Experiences: Financial Education of Bankruptcy Debtors.” In Doug J. Lamdin (ed.), Consumer Knowledge and Financial Decisions. New York: Springer.

Vander Ven, Thomas and Mark Colvin. 2012. “Crime and Coercion.” In The Oxford Handbook of Criminological Theory, F. Cullen and P. Wilcox (eds.). Oxford, U.K.: Oxford University Press.

Vander Ven, Thomas, and Patrick O' Brien. 2011. "The Morning After: The Definition and Management of Post-Intoxication Illness in a University Student Sample." The International Journal of Crime, Criminal Justice, and Law 4 (2).

Black, Laura W., Howard T. Welser, Dan Cosley and Jocelyn M. DeGroot. 2011. “Self-governance through group discussion in Wikipedia: Measuring deliberation in online groups.” Small Group Research. 41(5):595-634.

Brooks, Brandon, Howard T. Welser, Bernie Hogan, and Scott Tittsworth. 2011. “Socioeconomic status updates.” Information, Communication and Society. 14(4):529-549.

Welser, Howard T. 2012. “The growth of technology and the end of wilderness experience.” Edited by Bruce Martin and Mark Wagstaff, Controversial Issues in Adventure Programming, (pp. 147-155) Champaign IL: Human Kinetics Publishing.

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