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Check out the recent publications of our graduate students:

2017

Love, Tony, Mairead Moloney, and Amanda Bunting. "Analyzing Virtual Manhood: Qualitative Analysis of Fappening-related Twitter Data." SAGE Research Methods Cases. (Forthcoming).

Compion, Sara. 2017. “The Joiners: Active Voluntary Association Membership in Twenty African countries.” VOLUNTAS: International Journal of Voluntary and Nonprofit Organizations, Jan 2017. DOI 10.1007/s11266-017-9830-8.

Ray, Victor, Antonia Randolph, Megan Underhill and David Luke. (2017). “Critical Race Theory, Afro-Pessimism, and Racial Progress Narratives.” Sociology of Race and Ethnicity, 3(2):147-158.

Carman, Angela, and Margaret L. McGladrey. In press. Facilitating Community Health Improvement Capacity through Non-Governmental Public Health Partners. Journal of Public Health Management & Practice.

Gustafson, Alison, Margaret L. McGladrey, Emily Liu, Kelly Webber, Nicole Peritore, Brooke Butterworth, and Ann Vail. “Examining Key Stakeholder and Community Residents’ Understanding of Environmental Influences to Inform Place-Based Interventions to Reduce Obesity in Rural Communities, Kentucky 2015” The Journal of Rural Health (Forthcoming).

McGladrey, Margaret L., and Angela Carman. 2016. Evidence for the Role of Resource-sharing Networks in Coalition Development. Frontiers in Public Health Services and System Research 5(1):28-33.

Kurzynske, Janet S., Margaret L. McGladrey, Janet T. Mullins, Nicole Peritore, and Ann Vail. 2016. Using a Socio-Ecological Framework for Community-Based Obesity Disparity Reduction Strategies, Athens: ATINER’S Conference Paper Series, No: SOC2016-1927.

Motl, Kaitlyne. 2017. Fear in the Festival Field: Threat, Apathy, and Apprehension. DanceCult: Journal of Electronic Dance Music.

Liberato Ana and Kathleen Ratajczak. 2017. The Feminist Debate on Prostitution and Trafficking: Reflections for a Unified and Theory-Driven Approach. International Journal of Modern Sociology. Special Issue on Global Gender Inequalities, 43(1):119-135.

Zonio, Henry. 2017. Is that a Mom and Dad Church?” Children’s Constructions of Meaning through Focus Group Interviews. In Researching Children and Youth: Methodological Issues, Strategies, and Innovations, Sociological Studies of Children and Youth, Volume 22, 251- 276.

2016

Brislen, Lilian, Keiko Tanaka, and Krista Jacobsen. 2016. Preferred Knowledge-Sources for Beginning Farmers: The Case of Kentucky, Journal of Extensions, 54(4).

Oser, C., Bunting, A., Pullen, E., & Stevens-Watkins, D.  (2016).  African American female offender’s use of alternative and traditional health services after re-entry: Examining the behavioral model for vulnerable populations. Journal of Healthcare for the Poor and Underserved, 27, 120-148. PMC4855295.

Brown, Robyn, and Gabriele Ciciurkaite. 2016. I get by with a Little Help from My friends: Social Support and Mental Health, Handbook for the Study of Mental Health.

Geter, Angelica, JaNelle M. Ricks, Margaret L. McGladrey, Richard Crosby, Leandro A.Mena, and John M. Ottmar. 2016. “Experiences of Anti-Homosexual Attitudes and Young Black Men Who Have Sex With Men in the South: A Need for Community-Based Interventions.” LGBT Health 3(3):214-8.

Moody, Myles. 2016. From Under-Diagnosis to over-Representation: ADHD, Black Children, and the School-to-Prison Pipeline, Journal of African American Studies, 20(2): 152-163.

Moody, Myles. 2016. "Us Against Them”: Schools, Families, and the Diagnosis of ADHD among Black Children. Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities. https://link.springer.com/article/10.1007/s40615-016-0298-9

2015

Bell, Shannon, Alicia M. Fisher, and Lilian Brislen. 2015. Manipulating Masculinities: Agribusiness and the Rise of the Businessman-Farmer, Rural Sociology, 80(3): 285-313.

Brislen, Lilian, Timothy Woods, Lee Meyer, and Nathan Routt. 2015. Grasshoppers Distribution: Lasting legacy and Lessons Learned. University of Kentucky Experiment Station Publication.

Compion, Sara. Brandon Ofem, Walter Ferrier, Stephen Borgatti, Patty Cook-Craig Jane Jensen, and Seungahn Nah. 2015. The Collaboration Networks of Economic Development Organizations in Eastern Kentucky, Journal of Appalachian Studies.

Janoski, Thomas and Sara Compion. 2015. Citizenship and Sociological Aspects, International Encyclopedia of the Social and Behavioral Sciences.

Juska, Arunas and Gabriele Ciciurkaite. 2015. Older-Age Care, Politics, Policy and Institutional Reforms in Lithuania, Ageing and Society.

Hullinger, Alicia and Keiko Tanaka. 2015. Agriculture of the Middle Participation in State Branding Campaigns: The Case of Kentucky, Journal of Agriculture, Food Ssytems, and Community Development.

Luke, David and Carrie Oser. 2015. Ebony and Ivory: Interracial Dating Intentions and Behaviors of Disadvantaged African American Women in Kentucky, Social Science Research.

Luke, David. 2015. Race vs. Class. Is the Market Colorblind?, disClosure: A Journal of Social Theory.

McGladrey, Margaret L. 2015. Lolita is in the Eye of the Beholder: Amplifying Preadolescent Girls’ Voices in Conversations about Sexualization, Objectification, and Performativity. Feminist Formations 27(2):165-190.

McGladrey, Margaret L., and Crosby, Richard. 2015. Reducing Cervical Cancer Incidence Using Evidence-Based Programs in Community Settings. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 49(2):297-300.

Carman, Angela, McGladrey, Margaret L., Hoover, Anna G., and Crosby, Richard. 2015. Organizational Variation in an Evidence-Based HPV Intervention Implementation. American Journal of Preventive Medicine 49(2):301-308.

Wackerbarth, Sarah, McGladrey, Margaret L., and Fanucchi, Laura. 2015. Taking the Pulse of a Target Population: Assessing Change Readiness. Quality Management in Health Care 24(3):129-134.

Cohen, Elisia L., Head, Katherine J., McGladrey, Margaret L., Hoover, Anna G., Vanderpool, Robin C., Bridger, Colleen, Carman, Angela, Crosby, Richard A., Darling, Elaine, Tucker-McLaughlin, Mary, and Winterbauer, Nancy. 2015. Designing for Dissemination: Lessons in Message Design from ‘1-2-3 Pap.’ Health Communication 30(2):196-207.

 

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