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CURRICULUM VITAE
CLIFFORD L. BROMAN
PRESENT POSITION
Professor (1997 - present)

Department of Sociology

Michigan State University
PROFESSIONAL ADDRESS:
Department of Sociology

428A Berkey Hall

Michigan State University

East Lansing, Michigan 48824-1111

Office: (517) 355-1761

Messages: (517) 355-6640

Fax #: 517-432-2856

E-mail: broman@msu.edu


EDUCATION:
1979-1984 The University of Michigan

Ann Arbor, Michigan

Ph.D. (Sociology)
1977-1979 Washington University

St. Louis, Missouri

M.A. (Sociology)
1973-1977 The University of Michigan

Ann Arbor, Michigan

B.G.S. (Sociology/Psychology/History)
HONORS AND AWARDS:
1977-1982 American Sociological Assn. Minority Fellow

1983-1984 American Sociological Assn. Spivack Dissertation Award


PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATION:
American Sociological Association

Association of Black Sociologists

North Central Sociological Association

Southern Sociological Society

National Council on Family Relations

POSITIONS HELD PREVIOUSLY:
1986-1996 Assistant to Associate Professor

Department of Sociology

Michigan State University
1984-1986 Postdoctoral Scholar

Program for Research on Black Americans

The Institute for Social Research

The University of Michigan - Ann Arbor


1985-1986 Adjunct Lecturer

Afro-American Studies Program

Eastern Michigan University

Ypsilanti, MI


1985 Adjunct Instructor

Department of Sociology

The University of Michigan - Ann Arbor
1983-1984 Instructor

Department of Sociology and Anthropology

Albion College

Albion, MI


1983 Teaching Assistant

Department of Sociology

The University of Michigan - Ann Arbor
1981-1983 Research Assistant, Detroit Area Study

Department of Sociology

The University of Michigan - Ann Arbor
1979-1980 Research Assistant

Department of Sociology

The University of Michigan - Ann Arbor
1978 Teaching Assistant

Department of Sociology

Washington University - St. Louis, MO
TEACHING ACTIVITIES:
Have taught courses in survey research methods, health care, Afro-American studies, race and ethnic relations, sociology of health and mental health, sociology of the family, deviance, sociology of popular culture, sociology of alcohol and other drugs, as well as introductory sociology and introductory social psychology.
Have served or now serve on fifteen M.A. committees, and sixty-one Ph.D. committees.
Mentor to three American Sociological Association Minority Fellows.
SERVICE ACTIVITIES:
Departmental:
Urban Affairs Program Dissertation Awards Screening Committee 1986-87, 1988-89

Admissions Committee 1986-87, 1988-89, 1994-95, 2005-2011

Advisory Committee 1987-91, 1996-97, 1999-2001, 2003-2005, 2008-2009

Search Committee 1988-89, 1990-91, 1993-94, 2004-2009

Graduate Education Committee 1990-93, 1997-99, 2001-2004

Undergraduate Education Committee 2006-2011

Teaching Assistantship and Fellowship Advisory Committee 1995-96, 2002-2011

Health and Well being Theme Area Chair 1992-1995

Acting Associate Chair of Sociology Department, 1997
University:
College of Social Science Awards Screening Committee 1986-87

Ad Hoc Reviewer, All University Research Initiation Grant

Michigan State Health Promotion Project, Annual Survey Coordinator 1987-88

College of Social Science Dean's Faculty Advisory Committee 1991-1996

IPPSR-ICYF Search Committee 1992-93

College of Social Science CONNECTIONS Mentoring program, 1994-2000

Mentor, Summer Research Opportunity Program 1990, 1993, 1995, 1997 - 2001, 2004 – 2011

College of Social Science Tenure and Promotion Committee 1998-2000, 2010-2012

College of Social Science Associate Dean Search Committee 2008

Chicano-Latino Studies Search Committee 2008-9


Professional:
Occasional Reviewer, American Journal of Sociology, Journal of Marriage and the Family, Social Forces, Journal of Comparative Family Studies, Social Problems, Social Science & Medicine, Sociological Perspectives, American Journal of Public Health
Member, Committee on the Status of Racial and Ethnic Minorities in Sociology, American Sociological Association 1991 - 1994
Member, Committee on the Minority Fellowship Program, American Sociological Association, 1995 - 1997; 2009- 2011
Chair, Committee on the Minority Fellowship Program, American Sociological Association, 1997
Council Member, Section of Racial and Ethnic Minorities, American Sociological Association, 2000-2002
Member, Spivack Committee, American Sociological Association, 1998 - 2001
Member, Committee on Committees, American Sociological Association, 2002 - 2004
Editorial Board, Journal of Family Issues, 1996 - present
Editorial Board, American Sociological Review, 1997 - 1999
Editorial Board, Journal of Personal and Social Relationships, 1998 - 2002
Editorial Board, Sociological Focus, 1998 - present
Editorial Board, Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 2002 - 2005, 2009-2011
CURRENT RESEARCH INTERESTS:
Race and ethnicity in contemporary society

Racial formation, racial identity and psychological well-being

Marital and relationship satisfaction

Epidemiology of substance abuse



Mental health services utilization
PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE:
Member, Special Review Panel on the Homeless Mentally Ill, National Institute of Mental Health, Spring, 1991.
Ad Hoc Reviewer, National Science Foundation, Sociology Program, Fall, 1991
Grants Review Panel, Blue Cross/Blue Shield of Michigan Foundation, 1994-1997; 1999- present
Ad Hoc Reviewer, National Institute of Mental Health, Spring, 1998
Member, NIH Psychosocial Development and Risk Prevention Review Committee, 2001-2005
External reviewer for tenure and promotion, 2001, 2004, 2005, 2006, 2007, 2008, 2009, 2012
Ad Hoc Reviewer, National Science Foundation, Sociology Program, Fall, 2011
Member, Special Review Panel, National Institute on Drug Abuse, Summer 2012
CONSULTATIONS:
Michigan Health and Social Security Research Institute - International Union - UAW, Detroit, MI
Michigan Department of Corrections, Lansing, MI
Mott Children’s Health Center, Flint, MI
FUNDED RESEARCH:
Michigan Department of Corrections. Proposal entitled "The Prevalence of Mental Disorder in Michigan Prisons." Epidemiological Study Director. Project period: 8/1/86 - 6/30/87. $524,469.
Michigan State University. All University Research Initiation Grant. Proposal entitled “Race, Socioeconomic status and hypertension.” Project period: 9/88 - 6/89, $6,829.
National Institute of Mental Health. Proposal entitled "Need and the use of mental health services among blacks." Principal Investigator. Project period: 2/89 - 4/90. $17,565.
Michigan Child Care Clearinghouse. Proposal entitled "Child care and work satisfaction." Principal Investigator. Project Period: 1/92 - 9/92. $21,701.
Michigan Health and Social Security Research Institute, Inc. United Autoworkers Union, Detroit, MI. Proposal entitled "The Impact of General Motors Plant Closings on the Health, Mental Health and Use of Benefits of Workers." Consultant providing technical assistance on survey design and analysis. Project period: 5/87 - 12/93.
National Institute of Mental Health. Proposal entitled "Health-related behavior among black adults." Principal Investigator. Project period: 9/92 - 8/95. $96,010.
Michigan State University. All University Research Initiation Grant. Proposal entitled “African-American and White Marital Well-being.” Project period: 5/97 - 12/98. $14,970.
National Institute on Alcohol Abuse and Alcoholism. Proposal entitled “Alcohol use among African-American college students.” Principal Investigator. Project period: 8/00 - 8/03. $97,908.

Michigan Department of Community Health. Proposal entitled “Preventing pregnancy and STDs among low income teens.” Collaborator. Project period: 1/04 - 9/05
National Institute on Drug Abuse. Proposal entitled “Race, family factors and adolescent drug use.” Principal Investigator. Project period: 5/03 - 4/07. $350,000.
Michigan State University. Families and Communities Together (FACT) Coalition grant. Proposal entitled “Examining gendered bullying, its psychological and academic outcomes and anti-harassment policies among rural high school students.” Collaborator. Project period: 5/2005 - 2006.
Michigan State University. Families and Communities Together (FACT) Coalition grant. Proposal entitled “Health care needs of the rural uninsured” Collaborator. Project period: 8/2007 - 2009.

Michigan Public Policy Applied Research Grant. Proposal entitled “Families coping with economic crisis” Principal Investigator. Project period: 11/09 - 1/11. $21,000.
REFEREED PUBLICATIONS:
Kessler, R.C., R.L. Brown, and C.L. Broman. 1981. "Sex differences in psychiatric help-seeking: Evidence from four large-scale surveys." Journal of Health and Social Behavior 22:49-64.
Broman, C.L. 1987. "Race differences in professional help seeking." American Journal of Community Psychology 15:473-489.
Johnson, E.H. and C.L. Broman. 1987. "The relationship of anger expression to health problems among Black Americans in a national survey." Journal of Behavioral Medicine 10:103-116.
Broman, C.L. 1988. "Satisfaction among blacks: The significance of marriage and parenting." Journal of Marriage and the Family 50:45-51.

Broman, C.L., H.W. Neighbors and J.S. Jackson. 1988. "Racial group identification among black adults." Social Forces 67:146-158.


Broman, C.L. 1988. "Household work and family life satisfaction of blacks." Journal of Marriage and the Family 50:743-748.
Broman, C.L. and E.H. Johnson. 1988. "Anger expression and life stress among blacks: Their role in physical health." Journal of the National Medical Association 80:1329-1334.
Taylor, R.J., H.W. Neighbors and C.L. Broman. 1989. "Evaluation by black Americans of the social service encounter during a serious personal problem." Social Work 34:205-211.
Broman, C.L. 1989. "Social mobility and hypertension among blacks." Journal of Behavioral Medicine 12:123-134.
Broman, C.L. 1989. "Race and responsiveness to life stress." National Journal of Sociology 3:49-64.
Broman, C.L., H.W. Neighbors and R.J. Taylor. 1989. "Race differences in seeking help from social workers." Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare 16:109-123.
Broman, C.L., J.S. Jackson and H.W. Neighbors. 1989. "Sociocultural context and racial group identification among black adults." Revue Internationale de Psychologie Sociale 2 (no. 3):369-378.
Hamilton, V.L., C.L. Broman, W.S. Hoffman and D.S. Renner. 1990. "Hard times and vulnerable people: Initial effects of plant closings on autoworkers' mental health" Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 31:123-140.
Broman, C.L., V.L. Hamilton and W.S. Hoffman. 1990. "Unemployment and its effect on families: Evidence from a plant closing study." American Journal of Community Psychology, 18:643-659.
Hoffman, W.S., P. Carpentier-Alting, D. Thomas, V.L. Hamilton and C.L. Broman. 1991. "Initial impacts of plant closings on automobile workers and their families." Families in Society, 72:103-107.
Broman, C.L. 1991. "Gender, work-family roles and psychological well-being of blacks." Journal of Marriage and the Family, 53:509-520.
Broman, C.L. 1992. "The black experience: Attributing the causes of labor market success." National Journal of Sociology, 6:77-90.
Broman, C.L. 1993. "Social relationships and health related behavior." Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 16:335-350.
Broman, C.L. 1993. "Race differences in marital well-being." Journal of Marriage and the Family, 55:724-732.
Hamilton, V.L., W.S. Hoffman, C.L. Broman and D. Rauma. 1993. "Unemployment, distress, and coping: A panel study of Autoworkers." Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 65:234-247.
Broman, C.L. 1993. "Support in marriage and psychological well-being among African-Americans." Black Caucus: Journal of the NABSW, 2:9-14.
Broman, C.L., W.S. Hoffman and V.L. Hamilton. 1994. "Impact of use of mental health services on subsequent mental health." Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 35:80-95.
Badar, C.V., C.L. Broman, J.L. Bokemeier and M. Baca Zinn. 1995. "Labor force participation among Mexican and Mexican American women in the rural and urban Southwest." Latino Studies Journal, 6:68-91.
Broman, C.L., V.L. Hamilton, W.S. Hoffman and R. Mavaddat. 1995. "Race, gender and the response to stress: Long term unemployment among autoworkers." American Journal of Community Psychology, 23:813-842.
Broman, C.L. 1995. "Leisure-time physical activity in an African-American population." Journal of Behavioral Medicine, 18:341-353.
Neighbors, H.W., J.S. Jackson, C.L. Broman and E. Thompson. 1996. "Racism and the mental health of African Americans: The role of self and system blame." Ethnicity and Disease, 6:167-175.
Broman, C.L. 1996. “The health consequences of racial discrimination.” Ethnicity and Disease,

6:148-153.


Broman, C.L., M. Riba and M. Trahan. 1996. “Traumatic events and marital well-being.” Journal of Marriage and the Family, 58:908-916.
Broman, C.L. 1997. “Race-related factors and life satisfaction among African-Americans.” Journal of Black Psychology, 23:36-49.
Broman, C.L., V.L. Hamilton and W.S. Hoffman. 1997. “The impact of unemployment on families.” Michigan Family Review, 83-91.
Safron, Deborah J. and C.L. Broman. 1997. “Racial differences in perceptions of discrimination.” National Journal of Sociology, 11:61-80.

Broman, C.L., R. Mavaddat and S. Hsu. 2000. “The experience and consequences of racial discrimination.” Journal of Black Psychology, 26:165-180.


Dillaway, H. and C.L. Broman. 2000. “Race, class, gender and the division of labor in marriage.” Journal of Family Issues, 22:309-327.
Broman, C.L. 2001. “Work stress in the family life of African-Americans”. Journal of Black Studies, 31:835-846.
Broman, C.L. 2002. “Thinking of divorce, but staying married”. Journal of Divorce and Remarriage, 37:151-162.
Kaplowitz, S.A, B.J. Fisher and C.L. Broman. 2003. “How accurate are perceptions of social statistics about blacks and whites?”. Public Opinion Quarterly, 67:237-244.
Canady, R.B. and C.L. Broman. 2003. “Marital disruption and health”. Sociological Focus, 36:241-255.
Broman, C.L. 2003. “Traumatic experience and sexuality attitudes”. Journal of Sex Research, 40:351-357.
Broman, C.L. 2005. “Marital quality among blacks and whites”. Journal of Family Issues, 26:431-441.
Broman, C.L. 2005. “Stress, race and substance use in college”. College Student Journal, 39:340-352.
Broman, C.L., M. Reckase and C. Freedman-Doan. 2006. “The role of parenting in drug use among black, latino and white adolescents.” Journal of Ethnicity in Substance Use, 5:39-50.
Kaplowitz, S.A, C.L. Broman and B.J Fisher. 2006. “Perceptions of economic and behavioral differences between blacks and whites, racial attitudes of white Americans and status generalization”. Social Psychology Quarterly, 69:367-379.
Broman, C.L. 2007. “Perceived discrimination and alcohol use among black and white college students”. Journal of Alcohol and Drug Education, 51:8-16.
Broman, C.L. 2007. “Sexual risk behavior among black adolescents”. Journal of African-American Studies, 11:180-188.
Broman, C.L. 2007. “Race, drugs and sexual risk among college students”. College Student Journal, 41: 999-1010.
Broman, C.L., H. W. Neighbors, J. Delva, M. Torres and J. S. Jackson. 2008. “Prevalence of DSM-IV substance use disorders among African-Americans and Caribbean Blacks in the United States.” American Journal of Public Health, 98:1107-1114.
Canady, R.B., B. L. Bullen, C. Holzman, C.L. Broman and Y. Tian. 2008. “Discrimination and symptoms of depression in pregnancy among African American and White women”. Women’s Health Issues, 18:292-300.
Broman, C.L., X. Li., and M. Reckase. 2008. “Mediators of adolescent drug use.” Journal of Family Issues, 29:1625-1649.
Broman, C.L. 2009. “The longitudinal impact of adolescent drug use on socioeconomic outcomes in young adulthood”. Journal of Child and Adolescent Substance Abuse, 18:131-143.
Harrell, Z.A.T and C.L. Broman. 2009. “Racial and ethnic differences in correlates of prescription drug misuse among young adults”. Drug and Alcohol Dependence, 104:268-271.
Bauer, P.W., C.L. Broman and J.M. Pivarnik. 2010. “Exercise and pregnancy knowledge among healthcare providers”. Journal of Women’s Health, 19:335-341.
Broman, C.L., M. Torres, R.B. Canady, H.W. Neighbors and J.S. Jackson. 2010. “Racial and ethnic self identification influences on physical and mental health status among blacks”. Race and Social Problems, 2:81-91.
Broman, C.L. 2012. “Race differences in the use of mental health services among young adults”. Psychological Services, 9:38-48.
MacInnes, M. D. and C.L. Broman. 2012. “The impact of a fragile economy on the well-being of Michiganians and their families”. Contemporary Perspectives in Family Research, in press.
Redmond, M.D. Watkins, C.L. Broman, J. Abelson and H.W. Neighbors. 2013. “Race and gender differences in substance abuse treatment”. Under review.
Broman, C.L., Z.A.T Harrell, and H. Liu. 2013. “Substance use over time in emerging adulthood: Family influences.” Under review.
Fermin, B. J., C.L. Broman, P. K. Miller. 2013. “But aren’t we all poor?” Under review.


BOOKS
Broman, C.L., V.L. Hamilton and W.S. Hoffman. 2001. “Stress and Distress among the Unemployed: Hard times and Vulnerable People.” New York: Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers.
BOOK CHAPTERS
Jackson, J.S., W.R. McCullough, G. Gurin, and C.L. Broman. 1991. “Race identity.” Pp. 238-253 in J.S. Jackson (ed.), Life in Black America. Sage.
Broman, C.L. 1997. “Families, unemployment, and well-being.” Pp. 157-166 in R.J. Taylor et al (eds.), Family Life in Black America. Sage.
Broman, C.L. 2000. “Drug use among African-Americans.” Encyclopedia of Criminology and Deviant Behavior. Philadelphia: Brunner-Routledge.
Broman, C.L. and R.B. Canady. 2007. “The health of Black Michigan, 2006.” Pp. 171-178 in J.T.. Darden et al (eds.), The State of Black Michigan. East Lansing: Michigan State University Press.
TECHNICAL REPORTS/NON-PEER REVIEW PUBLICATIONS:
Neighbors, H.W., D. Williams, W. Lipscomb, T. Gunnings and C.L. Broman. "The Prevalence of Mental Disorder in Michigan Prisons." A report to the Michigan Department of Corrections, August, 1987.
Hoffman, W.S., V.L. Hamilton, C.L. Broman and D.S. Renner. "Effects of Plant Closing Research Study." A report to Michigan Health Care and Education Research Foundation. May, 1988.
Broman, C.L. 1987. "The Health of Black Michigan." The State of Black Michigan 1987. Michigan State University Urban Affairs Programs, East Lansing, MI.
Hoffman, W.S., V.L. Hamilton, C.L. Broman, P. Carpentier-Alting, C. Lambert. "Effects of plant closing research study-year 2." A report to Michigan Health Care and Education Research Foundation. Fall, 1989.
Hoffman, W.S., V.L. Hamilton, C.L. Broman, P. Carpentier-Alting, “Effects of plant closing research study” Final report, A report to Michigan Health Care and Education Research Foundation, Fall, 1991.
Broman, C. L., “Health-related behavior among black adults.” Final Report to the National Institute of Mental Health, Fall, 1996.
Broman, C.L.. “Marriage in Michigan: Factors that affect satisfaction”. SOSS Briefing Paper, Michigan State University, Institute for Public Policy and Social Research. Spring, 2000.
Broman, C. L., Review of the video, “The Angry Heart: The impact of racism on heart disease among African-Americans.” Ethnicity and Disease, 12:293. 2002.
CONFERENCE PARTICIPATION:
Discussant for session entitled, "Race, Ethnicity and Health"at annual meeting of the American Sociological Association, San Francisco, CA, August, 1989.
Session organizer for regular session on "Social Psychology" for the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association Cincinnati, OH, August, 1991.
Session organizer for regular session on "Sociological research on alcohol and other drugs" for the annual meeting of the North Central Sociological Association, Toledo, OH, April, 1993.
Session organizer for regular session on "Gender and racial issues in health" for the annual meeting of the North Central Sociological Association, Columbus, OH, April, 1994.
Session organizer for regular session on "Racial and Ethnic relations in a multicultural society" for the annual meeting of the North Central Sociological Association, Pittsburgh, PA, April, 1995.
Session organizer for regular session on “Sociology of alcohol and other drugs” for the annual meeting of the North Central Sociological Association, Pittsburgh, PA, April, 1995.
Session organizer for regular session on “Work and Family” for the annual meeting of the North Central Sociological Association, Cincinnati, OH, April, 1996.
Session organizer for regular session on “Sociology of the Family” for the annual meeting of the North Central Sociological Association, Indianapolis, IN, April, 1997.
Session organizer for regular session on “Sociology of the Family” for the annual meeting of the North Central Sociological Association, Cleveland, OH, April, 1998.
Session organizer for special session on “Mental Health throughout the life course” for the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association, San Francisco, CA, August, 1998.
Session organizer for regular session on “Health Policy” for the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association, Anaheim, CA, August, 2001.
Session organizer for regular session on “ Family Processes and Health” for the annual meeting of the Midwest Sociological Association, Chicago, IL, April, 2003.
Discussant for session entitled, "Race and Health"at annual meeting of the Southern Sociological Society, Atlanta, GA, April, 2007.
Discussant for session entitled, "Sexual Risk Behavior among adolescents"at annual meeting of the North Central Sociological Association, Chicago, IL, April, 2007.
Session organizer for regular session on "Race, Class and Gender and Popular Culture" for the annual meeting of the North Central Sociological Association, Cleveland, OH, April, 2011.

PAPERS PRESENTED:
Hoffman, W.S., C.L. Broman, V.L. Hamilton and D.S. Renner. "Impacts of plant closings: Wave one of a study on autoworkers and their families." Paper presented at annual meeting of the American Sociological Association, Atlanta, GA, August, 1988.
Broman, C.L., V.L. Hamilton and W.S. Hoffman. "Unemployment and family stress: Evidence from a plant closing study." Paper presented at annual meeting of the North Central Sociological Association, Akron, OH, April, 1989.
Hamilton, V.L., C.L. Broman, W.S. Hoffman and D.S. Renner. "Hard times and vulnerable people: Initial effects of plant closing on autoworkers mental health." Paper presented at annual meeting of Midwest Sociological Society, St. Louis, MO, April, 1989.
Broman, C.L. "The black experience: Attributing the causes of labor market success." Paper presented at annual meeting of the American Sociological Association, San Francisco, CA, August, 1989.
Broman, C.L., V.L. Hamilton, W.S. Hoffman and P. Carpentier-Alting. "The impact of plant closings on families: Two wave data." Paper presented at annual meeting of the North Central Sociological Association, Louisville, KY, March, 1990.
Broman, C.L. "Stress and health behavior." Paper presented at the annual meeting of the Society of Behavioral Medicine, Chicago, IL, April, 1990.
Broman, C.L. "Multiple identities and health behavior: The identity accumulation hypothesis." Paper presented at annual meeting of the American Sociological Association, Washington D.C., August, 1990.
Hamilton, V.L., W.S. Hoffman, C.L. Broman, P. Carpentier-Alting and C. Lambert. "Tracking the financial hardships of autoworkers affected by plant closings." Paper presented at annual meeting of the American Sociological Association, Washington D.C., August, 1990.

Broman, C.L. "Gender, multiple roles and the use of preventive health services." Paper presented at annual meeting of the North Central Sociological Association, Dearborn, MI, April, 1991.


Hoffman, W.S., V.L. Hamilton, C.L. Broman and D. Rauma. "Unemployment, self-blame and depression among autoworkers." Paper presented at annual meeting of the American Sociological Association, Cincinnati, OH, August, 1991.
Broman, C.L. and R. Mavaddat. "Gender, race, class and alcohol use." Paper presented at annual meeting of the North Central Sociological Association, Ft. Wayne, IN, April, 1992.
McKearney, S.J., W.S. Hoffman, C.L. Broman, and V.L. Hamilton. "Plant closings and mental health: An ethnographic study." Paper presented at annual meeting of the North Central Sociological Association, Ft. Wayne, IN, April, 1992.
Kaplowitz, S. and C.L. Broman. "Perceptions of social facts about blacks and whites." Paper presented at annual meeting of the American Sociological Association, Pittsburgh, PA, August, 1992.
Broman, C.L. "Psychosocial factors in alcohol use among African-Americans." Paper presented at annual meeting of American Public Health Association, Washington, D.C., November, 1992.
Broman, C.L. "Poor women, poor health." Paper presented at annual meeting of the North Central Sociological Association, Toledo, OH, April, 1993.
Broman, C.L. "Race differences in marital well-being." Paper presented at the annual meeting of North Central Sociological Association, Toledo, OH, April, 1993.
Calvin, D.A., V.L. Hamilton, C.L. Broman and W.S. Hoffman. "Traumatic events in the life course: Reactions of Vietnam veterans to closing of auto plants." Paper presented at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association, Miami, FL, August, 1993.
Broman, C.L., W.S. Hoffman, and V.L. Hamilton. "Impact of mental health services use on subsequent mental health of autoworkers." Paper presented at the annual meeting of American Sociological Association, Miami, FL, August, 1993.
Broman, C.L., and M.L. Riba. "Multiple roles and health: Gender and race." Paper presented at annual meeting of North Central Sociological Association, Columbus, OH, April, 1994.
Broman, C.L., and S. Hsu. "Racial discrimination and psychological distress." Paper presented at annual meeting of North Central Sociological Association, Pittsburgh, PA, April, 1995.
Broman, C.L., M.L. Riba and M. Trahan. "Life events and marital well-being." Paper presented at annual meeting of American Sociological Association, Washington, D.C., August, 1995.
Broman, C.L., R. Mavaddat and S. Hsu. "The experience and consequences of racial discrimination." Paper presented at annual meeting of American Sociological Association, Washington, D.C., August, 1995.
Safron, D. and C.L. Broman. “Perceptions of discrimination.” Paper presented at annual meeting of North Central Sociological Association, Cincinnati, OH, April, 1996.
Trahan, M. and C.L. Broman. “Children’s well-being.” Paper presented at the annual meeting of North Central Sociological Association, Cincinnati, OH, April, 1996.
Broman, C.L. “The job and the family: Job characteristics and well-being in families.” Paper presented at a conference, “Agenda for the 21st Century: Implications of Changing Family Structure, Diversity and Jobs.” Kunz Center for the Study of Work and Family (sponsor). Department of Sociology, University of Cincinnati, Cincinnati, OH, November, 1996.
Broman, C.L. “Thinking of divorce, but staying married.” Paper presented at annual meeting of American Sociological Association, Toronto, ON, August, 1997.
Safron, D. and C.L. Broman. “Depression’s impact on functional health and chronic illness: A quest for explanations.” Paper presented at annual meeting of American Sociological Association, San Francisco, CA, August, 1998.
Broman, C.L. “Black and White marital quality.” Paper presented at annual meeting of the National Council on Family Relations, Milwaukee, WI, November, 1998.
Broman, C.L. “Young adult mental health and traumatic experience.” Paper presented at annual meeting of North Central Sociological Association, Troy, MI, April, 1999.
Kaplowitz, S., C.L. Broman and B. Fisher. "Perceptions of social facts about blacks and whites." Paper presented at annual meeting of American Sociological Association, Chicago, IL, August, 1999.
Broman, C.L. “Marital satisfaction and health.” Paper presented at annual meeting of American Sociological Association, Washington, D.C., August, 2000.
Broman, C.L. “Work stress in the family life of African-Americans.” Paper presented at annual meeting of the National Council on Family Relations, Minneapolis, MN, November, 2000.
Broman, C.L. “Sexuality attitudes: The impact of trauma.” Paper presented at annual meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality, San Diego, CA, October, 2001.
Freedman-Doan, C. and C.L. Broman. “The relation of family factors and race in adolescent drug and alcohol use.” Paper presented at biennial meeting of the Society for Research on Adolescence, New Orleans, LA, April, 2002.
Broman, C.L. “Sex on the brain: Multiple partnering among college students.” Paper presented at meeting of the Mid-Continent meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality, Big Rapids, MI, June, 2002.
Broman, C.L. “Stress and the use of alcohol and drugs among college students: Race differences.” Paper presented at annual meeting of American Sociological Association, Chicago, IL, August, 2002.
Broman, C.L. “Sexual attitudes and sexual behavior among young adults.” Paper presented at annual meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality, Montreal, Quebec, November, 2002.
Broman, C.L. “Violent victimization and mental health.” Paper presented at annual meeting of North Central Sociological Association, Cincinnati, OH, April, 2003.
Broman, C.L. “Race related factors and alcohol use among college students.” Paper presented at annual meeting of Southern Sociological Association, Atlanta, GA, April, 2004.
Broman, C.L. “Violence, victimization and distress among adolescents.” Paper presented at annual meeting of the National Council on Family Relations, Orlando, FL, November, 2004.
Broman, C.L. “Sexual risk behavior among adolescents.” Paper presented at annual meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality, Orlando, FL, November, 2004.
Broman, C.L. “Family structure and drug use among adolescents.” Paper presented at annual meeting of Southern Sociological Association, Charlotte, NC, April, 2005.
Teitelman, A.M., D. Brown, M. Morales, C. Wallen, R.Canady, C.Currier, and C.L. Broman. “Recruiting low income youth of color in sexual health research: Challenges and strategies for gaining community trust.” Poster presented at NIMH Annual International Research Conference on the Role of families in Preventing and Adapting to HIV/AIDS. Brooklyn, NY, July, 2005.
Broman, C.L. and C. Freedman-Doan. “Family structure, parenting behavior and drug use among adolescents.” Paper presented at annual meeting of American Sociological Association, Philadelphia, PA, August, 2005.
Broman, C.L. “Mental health effects of early sexual behavior.” Paper presented at annual meeting of North Central Sociological Association, Indianapolis, IN, April, 2006
Broman, C.L. “Long term socioeconomic outcomes of drug use.” Paper presented at annual meeting of American Sociological Association, Montreal, QC, August, 2006.
Freedman-Doan, C.R., C.L. Broman, E.J. Henshaw, J. Mezza, J. Chamberlain, and L. Fortunata. The role of religiosity, religion, and parents in adolescent sexual behavior and contraceptive use. Paper presented at Regional Biennial of the Union for Reform Judaism Northeast Lakes Council/Detroit Federation. November 3, 2006.
Broman, C.L. “Long term outcomes of sexual behaviors.” Paper presented at annual meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality, Las Vegas, NV, November, 2006.
Broman, C.L. “Racial bias in textbooks: Implications.” Paper presented at annual meeting of Southern Sociological Association, Atlanta, GA, April, 2007.
Broman, C.L. “Sexual behavior and sexual outcomes among college students.” Paper presented at annual meeting of the Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality, Indianapolis, IN, November, 2007.
Broman, C.L. “Socioeconomic outcomes of early sexual behavior.” Paper presented at annual meeting of North Central Sociological Association, Cincinnati, OH, March, 2008
Broman, CL. “Seeking help for emotional problems in young adulthood”. Paper presented at the meeting of Society for the Study of Emerging Adulthood, Atlanta, GA, October, 2009.
Broman, C.L. “Measurement of race in studies of health.” Paper presented at annual meeting of North Central Sociological Association, Chicago, IL, April, 2010
Broman, C.L. “Family background factors in family formation among African-American young adults.” Paper presented at annual meeting of American Sociological Association, Las Vegas, NV, August, 2011.
Broman, C.L. “Family formation among African-American young adults.” Paper presented at annual meeting of the National Council on Family Relations, Orlando, FL, November, 2011.
INVITED PRESENTATIONS:
Presentation entitled "Increasing research participation with ethnic minority families: Research strategies." Given at College of Human Ecology, Michigan State University, January, 1992.
Presentation entitled "Mental health services research in African-American Communities: Some key issues." Given at a conference on “Conducting Mental Health Services Research in African-American Communities” sponsored by the National Institute of Mental Health. Ann Arbor, MI: July, 1992.
Presentation entitled "The African-American Community: Delivering Services." Given at a conference entitled "Creating Caring Communities," Michigan State University, November, 1992.
Presentation entitled “Unemployment and its effects on families.” Given as part of the Children, Youth and Families satellite TV series. Michigan State University, May, 1998.
Presentation entitled “Unemployment and families.” Given at University of Detroit-Mercy. Detroit, MI, November 2003.
Presentation entitled “Meaning, measurement and understanding of race and ethnicity.” Given as part of the Department of Epidemiology speaker series, Michigan State University, December 2003.
Presentation entitled “Substance abuse prevalence among ‘African-Americans’.” Given at the Institute for Social Research, The University of Michigan, September, 2005.
Presentation entitled “Trajectories of drug use among African-Americans.” Given at the National Institute on Drug Abuse conference on “Drug Use Trajectories”, Bethesda, MD. November 2006.




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