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Faculty Publications

Recent Books


Jones, Brian. (Forthcoming).  Buried Treasure: The Pursuit of Social Capital in American Life. Philadelphia, PA: Temple University Press.

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   Jones, Brian (2019). Social Capital in American Life. Palgrave Macmillan.

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Bergey, Meredith R., Angela M. Filipe, Peter Conrad, and Ilina Singh (Eds.) (2018). Global Perspectives on ADHD. Social Dimensions of Diagnosis and Treatment in Sixteen Countires. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.

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Eckstein, Rick. (2017). How College Athletics Are Hurting Girls' Sports: The Pay-to-Play Pipeline. Lanham, MD:
Rowman & Littlefield Publishers.

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McCorkel, Jill. (2013). Breaking Women: Gender, Race and the New Politics of Imprisonment. New York, NY: New York University Press.

Recent Journal Articles & Book Chapters

 

Bergey, Meredith R, Jennifer C. Goldsack, and Edmondo J. Robinson. (2019). Invisible work and changing roles: Health information technology implementation and reorganization of work practices for the inpatient nursing teamSocial Science & Medicine, 235: 112387.

Bergey, Meredith R., and Peter Conrad. (2018). The Rise and Transformation of ADHD in the USA. In Bergey, Meredith R., Angela M. Filipe, Peter Conrad, and Ilina Singh (Eds.). Global Perspectives on ADHD: Social Dimensions of Diagnosis and Treatment in 16 Countries. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Bergey, Meredith R., and Angela M. Filipe. (2018). ADHD in Global Context: An Introduction. In Bergey, Meredith R., Angela M. Filipe, Peter Conrad, and Ilina Singh (Eds.), Global Perspectives on ADHD: Social Dimensions of Diagnosis and Treatment in 16 Countries. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Bergey, Meredith R. (2017). The Changing Drivers of Medicalization. In Cohen, Bruce (Ed.), Routledge International Handbook of Critical Mental Health. Informa/Taylor & Francis.

Goldsack, Jennifer C., Meredith R. Bergey, S. Moran, E. Brady, and Edmondo J. Robinson. (2017). The Impact of Electronic Medication Administration Record (eMAR) and Computerized Physician Order Entry (CPOE) on Nurse Extender and Unit Clerk Staffing. Journal of Nursing Administration, 47(12), 610-615.

Sims, Carrie A., Yuxia Guan, Meredith Bergey, Rebecca Jaffe, Lilias Holmes-Maguire, Niels Martin, and Patrick Reilly. (2017). Arginine vasopressin, copeptin, and the development of relative AVP deficiency in hemorrhagic shockThe American Journal of Surgery 214(4), 589-595.

DeFina, Robert and Lance Hannon. (2019). De-unionization and Drug Death RatesSocial Currents6(1), 4-13.

DeFina, Robert and Lance Hannon. (2016). Social Status Attainment and Racial Category Selection in the Contemporary United StatesResearch in Social Stratification and Mobility44, 91-97.

Grundetjern, Heidi, Heith Copes, and Sveinung Sandberg. (2019). Dealing with fatherhood: Paternal identities among men in the illegal drug economyEuropean Journal of Criminology.

Grundetjern, Heidi and Miller, Jody. (2018). ‘It’s Not Just the Drugs that are Difficult to Quit’: Women’s Drug Dealing as a Source of Empowerment and its Implications for Crime PersistenceThe British Journal of Criminology59(2), 416-434.

Grundetjern, Heidi (2018). NegotiatiNg motherhood: Variations of maternal identities among Women in the illegal drug economyGender & Society32(3), 395-416.

Hannon, Lance and Siegel, Aaron. (2019). Racially Profiling People and Places. Contexts, 18(2), 66-67.

Hannon, Lance. (2019). Neighborhood Residence and Assessments of Racial Profiling Using Census DataSocius5, 1-9.

Hannon, Lance. (2017). An Exploratory Multilevel Analysis of Pedestrian Frisks in PhiladelphiaRace and Justice, 1-27.

Hannon, Lance, Anna DalCortivo, and Kirstin Mohammed. (2017). The Case for Taking White Racism and White Colorism More Seriously. In Zulema Valdez (Ed.), Beyond Black and White: A Reader on Contemporary Race Relations. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.  

Hannon, Lance and Robert DeFina. (2016). Can Incarceration Really Strip People of Racial PrivilegeSociological Science, 3, 190-201.

Hannon, Lance and Robert DeFina. (2016). Reliability Concerns in Measuring Respondent Skin Tone by Interviewer Observation.” Public Opinion Quarterly, 80, 534-541.

Hodges, Melissa J. (2019). Intersections on the Class Escalator: Gender, Race, and Occupational Segregation in Paid Care Work. Sociological Forumhttps://doi.org/10.1111/socf.12566

Dill, Janette and Melissa J. Hodges. (2019). Is healthcare the new manufacturing?: Industry, gender, and “good jobs” for low- and middle-skill workersSocial Science Research, 84, 102350.

England, Paula, Johnathan Bearak, Michelle J. Budig, and Melissa J. Hodges. (2016). Do Highly Paid, Highly Skilled Women Experience the Largest Motherhood Penalty? American Sociological Review, 81(6), 1161-1169.

Kramer, Rory and Brianna Remster (2018). Stop, Frisk, and Assault? Racial Disparities in Police Use of Force During Investigatory Stops. Law & Society Review52(4), 960-993.

Kramer, Rory, Brianna Remster, and Camille Charles. (2017). Black Lives and Police Tactics MatterContexts, 16, 20-25.

Kramer, Rory, Robert DeFina, and Lance Hannon. (2016). Racial Rigidity in the United States: Comment on Saperstein and PennerAmerican Journal of Sociology, 122, 233-246.

McCorkel, Jill.  (Forthcoming). Banking on Rehab: Private Prison Vendors and the Reconfiguration of Mass IncarcerationStudies in Law, Politics, and Society.

McCorkel, Jill. (2020, In Press). The Rise, the Fall, and the Reinvention of Prison Ethnography. In Bucerius, Sandra, Kevin Haggerty, and Luca Berardi (Eds.), Oxford Handbook of Ethnographies of Crime and Criminal Justice.

McCorkel, Jill. (May 31, 2020). Police officers accused of brutal violence often have a history of complaints by citizensThe Conversation

McCorkel, Jill. (2020). A Revolution in Prosecution: The Campaign to End Mass Incarceration in Philadelphia. In Henne, Kathryn and Rita Shah (Eds.), Routledge Handbook on Public Criminologies.

McCorkel, Jill. and Robert DeFina. (2019). Beyond Recidivism: Identifying the Liberatory Possibilities of Prison Higher EducationCritical Education, 10(7), 1-17.

McCorkel, Jill. (2019). Mothers in Prison Aren't Likely to See Their Families This Thanksgiving or Any Other Day. The Conversation, Nov. 22.

McCorkel, Jill. and Anna DalCortivo. (2018). Prison Tourism in the Era of Mass IncarcerationContexts, 17(3), 63-65.

McCorkel, Jill. (2017). The Second Coming: Gender, Race, and Carceral Drug TreatmentContemporary Drug Problems, 44(4), 286-300.

McCorkel, Jill. (2016). Innocence Lost: The Impact of Mass Incarceration on Prisoners' Children and FamiliesJournal of Catholic Social Thought, 13(2), 215-228.

Payne, Allison A. and Gottfredson, Denise C. (2019). Communal schools and teacher victimizationAggressive Behavior.

Wilson, Denise, Witherup, Kirsten, and Payne Allison A. (2019). Risk and Protective Factors for Cyberbullying Perpetration and Victimization. In T. Holt, and A. Bossler (Eds), The Palgrave Handbook of International Cybercrime and Cyberdeviance. Palgrave Macmillan, Cham.

Payne, Allison A. (2018). Creating and Sustaining a Positive and Communal School Climate: Contemporary Research, Present Obstacles, and Future Directions. National Institute of Justice Report. U.S. Department of Justice.  

Payne, Allison Ann and Kelly Welch (2018). The effect of school conditions on the use of restorative justice in schoolsYouth Violence and Juvenile Justice, 16(2), 224-240.

Payne, Allison Ann and Kelly Welch. (2016). The centrality of schools in the lifecourse: The case for focusing on school-related influences in developmental theory and researchDeviant Behavior37, 748-760.

Remster, Brianna. (2019). A Life Course Analysis of Homeless Shelter Use among the Formerly IncarceratedJustice Quarterly, 36(3), 437-465.

Remster, Brianna and Rory Kramer. (2018). Shifting Power: The Impact of Incarceration on Political RepresentationDu Bois Review, 15(2), 417-439.

Remster, Brianna and Rory Kramer. (2018). Race, Space, and Surveillance: Understanding the Relationship between Criminal Justice Contact and Institutional InvolvementSocius, 4, 1-16.

Remster, Brianna and Cody Warner. (2018). Residential Insecurities and Neighborhood Quality Following Incarceration. In Beth Huebner and Natasha Frost (Eds), Handbook of Corrections and Sentencing, Volume 3.  Routledge.

Jenkins, Kathleen and Ken Chih-Yan Sun. (2019). Digital Strategies for Building Spiritual Intimacy: A Case of “Wired” Camino. Qualitative Sociology, 42(4): 567-585.

Sun, Ken Chih-Yan. (2018). Negotiating the Boundaries of Social Membership: The Case of Aging Return Migrants to Taiwan. Current Sociology, 66(2): 286-302.  

Sun, Ken Chih-Yan. 2017. Negotiating Transnational Ambivalence: How Ageing Parents Grapple with Family Separation Across Time. Identities: Global Studies in Culture and Power, 24(5): 509-605.

Hansen, Karen V., Ken Chih-Yan Sun, and Debra Osnowitz. (2017). Immigrants as Settler Colonists: Boundary Work between Dakota Indians and White Immigrant Settlers. Ethnic and Racial Studies, 40(11): 1919-1938.

Sun, Ken Chih-Yan and Jill Smith. (2017). Parenting, Uncertainty and Expert Advice: How Advantaged American Families Collaborate with Private Counselors in their Children’s College Race. Symbolic Interaction, 40(1): 3-24.

Sun, Ken Chih-Yan. (2016). Professional Remittances: How Aging Taiwanese Returnees Seek to Contribute to the Homeland. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies,42(14): 2413-2429.

Smith, Jill and Ken Chih-Yan Sun. (2016). Privileged American Families and Independent Academic Consultants They Hired. Sociological Forum, 31(1): 159-180.

Welch, Kelly. (2019). Race, ethnicity, and the War on Terror. In Harry Pontell (Ed.), Oxford Research Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Welch, Kelly, Leah Fikre Butler, and Marc Gertz. (2019). Saving Children, Damning Adults? An Examination of Public Support for Juvenile Rehabilitation and Adult PunishmentCriminal Justice Review.

Welch, Kelly. (2018). The effect of minority threat on risk management and the “new disciplinology” in schoolsJournal of Criminal Justice, 59, 12-17.

Welch, Kelly and Allison Ann Payne. (2018). Latino/a Student Threat and School Disciplinary Policies and PracticesSociology of Education, 91(2), 91-110.

Welch, Kelly and Allison Ann Payne. (2018). Zero tolerance school policies. In Jo Deakin, Emmeline Taylor, and Aaron Kupchik (Eds.) The Palgrave International Handbook of School Discipline, Surveillance, and Social Control. Palgrave Macmillan, Charm.

Welch, Kelly. (2016). Middle Eastern terrorist stereotypes and anti-terror policy support: The effect of perceived minority threatRace and Justice, 6, 117-145.