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Wednesday, 30 March 2016


Session 1 OCC 202 Wednesday • 10:15-11:45 AM


Be the Change You Want to See in the World: Teaching Careers at the Community College Level []

Moderator: Celeste Atkins, Cochise College

Presider: Celeste Atkins, Cochise College

Panelists: Celeste Atkins, Cochise College; Patricia Bigwood, Cochise College; David Hyde, South Puget Sound Community College; Elizabeth Bennett, Central New Mexico Community College; Linda C Rillorta, Mt. San Antonio College; AC Campbell, Santa Ana College







Session 2 OCC 201 Wednesday • 10:15-11:45 AM


Bringing Concepts to Life: Creative Classroom Activities and Approaches [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: William Hayes, Gonzaga University



  • Defining Deviance: A Class Activity Helping Students Explore Perceptions of Deviance .....Jason Leiker, Utah State University; Julie Gast, Utah State University; Stephen VanGeem, Utah State University

  • Teaching in High Heels: The Power of Method Teaching .....Soraya Cardena, Cascadia College

  • "Enter Stranger, but Take Heed": The Case for Teaching Potter .....William Hayes, Gonzaga University

  • Using YouTube Video Clips to Teach a Variety of Online Classes .....Patricia Hoffman, New Mexico State University







Session 3 OCC 203 Wednesday • 10:15-11:45 AM


Race, Class & Gender: Organizations & Occupations [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Alexandra Ornelas, University of California, Santa Barbara



  • The Experiences of Academic Dual Career Couples: Gender, Race, and Disciplinary Differences .....Hong Zhang, Washington State University; Julie Kmec, Washington State University

  • Service, Leadership and Sisterhood: An Overview of Black Sororities in Social Science Research .....Marcia Hernandez, University of the Pacific

  • Intersectional Oppressions: The Convergence of Age, Class, and Race in a Formerly White Feminist Organization .....Alexandra Ornelas, University of California, Santa Barbara

  • Gender, Social Class, and Decision-making Strategies in Occupational Choice: Why Have Working Class Professions Remained More Sex-Segregated Than Middle Class Professions? .....Yan Ling Wong, University of California Santa Barbara

  • From Organizations to Industries: Gendered, Racialized, and Classed Logics in the New Economy .....Megan Neely, University of Texas, Austin




Session 4 OCC 204 Wednesday • 10:15-11:45 AM


Mass Violence [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Dinur Blum, University of California Riverside



  • 'The Social-Psychology of the Gun in Mass Shootings' .....John Karlin, Phillips University, Enid, OK.

  • The Gender Dynamics of Mass Shootings in the United States, 2013-2015 .....Christian G. Jaworski, University of California, Riverside; Dinur Blum, University of California Riverside

  • Why Radicalization Fails: Barriers to Mass Casualty Violence .....Pete Simi, University of Nebraska at Omaha







Session 5 OCC 205 Wednesday • 10:15-11:45 AM


Art and Performance [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Dan Fielding, University of Oregon



  • #selfie/#society: Instagram Posts and the Perpetuation of Gender Performance .....Jayecee Whitehead, Pacific University; Liann Yamashita, Pacific University

  • Gender and Performance: Navigating Surfing Spaces .....Vanessa Kauffman, University of California Irvine

  • Un peu de respect for the ladies: Female Rappers and Hip-hop Educational Philosophy in France .....Scooter Pegram, Indiana University

  • Gender, Art, and Identity: How Queer Artists Understand Their Identities Through the Symbolic Vehicles of Culture .....Dan Fielding, University of Oregon







Session 6 OCC 206 Wednesday • 10:15-11:45 AM


Diversity, Demographic Change, and Immigrant Communities [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: William Rosales, University of California Los Angeles



  • Revisiting the Role of Refugees in the Media during Conflict: The Case of Ukrainian Refugees and IDPs in Russian and Western Press in 2014-2015. .....Raphi Rechitsky, National University

  • Neighborhood Diversity, Social Ties, and Civil Society .....William Rosales, University of California Los Angeles

  • Class, Region, and Ethnic Cohesion in Peruvian-American Immigrant Communities .....Yu Jin (Emily) Choi, Blair Academy

  • Iranian Immigrants in Orange County, CA .....Daniel Tanara, California State University Fullerton







Session 7 OCC 207 Wednesday • 10:15-11:45 AM


Constructing Difference In Contemporary Media [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Faye Wachs, California State Polytechnic University Pomona



  • Coming Out to Play: Online Video Gaming Forums and the Politics of Queer Visibility .....Julian Rodriguez, University of California Santa Cruz

  • Developing the Harmless Homo: Gender, Race and Class on Homonormative American Television .....Ryan Merrifield, University of Colorado Colorado Springs

  • Officer, Cop, Victim, Thug: Police Brutality Narratives on Popular News Outlets. .....Stacy McGoldrick, California State Polytechnic University Pomona; Faye Wachs, California State Polytechnic University Pomona







Session 8 OCC 208 Wednesday 10:15-11:45 AM


Asians and Asian Americans: Diversity and Representations [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Vincent Laus, California State University, Stanislaus



  • Asian American Voters' Pivot --- from Republican to Democrats .....Huiying Hill, Weber State University

  • Examining Asian American Greek Letter Organizations Through Durkheim’s Analysis Of Suicide. .....Joshua Wells, Northern Arizona University

  • Gendering the Filipina/o Community: The Intersection of Ethnicity, Race, Gender, and Sexual Preference among the Filipina/o Second Generation in Toronto and Southern California .....Vincent Laus, California State University, Stanislaus

  • Asian Americans: Why They Participate in & How They Negotiate Rave Culture .....Min Yoo, University of California Riverside







Session 9 OCC 210 Wednesday • 10:15-11:45 AM


GIS and Spatial Sociology [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Alexis Martinez, San Francisco State University



  • Juvenile Recidivism in the Urban Southwest: The Effect of Spatial Proximity to Organizational Resources .....Kendra Thompson-Dyck, University of Arizona

  • On Both Sides of the Tracks: Light Rail and Gentrification in Portland, Oregon .....Nate Rochester, Portland State University

  • Socio-Spatial Analysis of the HIV Care Continuum in San Francisco .....Alexis Martinez, San Francisco State University

  • Spatial Assimilation: Comparing Residential Patterns of Latinos and Asians in the United States .....Luis Sanchez, California State University Channel Islands







Session 10 OCC 211 Wednesday • 10:15-11:45 AM


Applying for Jobs in Academia [Panel with Presenters]

Panelists: Amy Orr, Linfield College; Karen Pyke, UC Riverside; Sally Raskoff, Los Angeles Valley College






Session 11 OCC 212 Wednesday • 10:15-11:45 AM


"Sociology of Memory: New and Classical Conceptualizations of Memory, Personal or Commodity, Public or Private?" [Panel with Presenters]

  • "Guarding the Memory of the National Guard: Strategies of Avoidance in Official Historiography" .....Kate Pride Brown, Vanderbilt University

  • "The management of memory among older Americans living alone with cognitive impairment -- a pilot study, continued" .....Elena Potacolone, University of California in San Francisco

  • : Has the Perpetuum Mobile Age Arrived? .....Noel Packard,

  • "War Violence, Victimhood and Reconciliation: in Narratives of Survivors from the War in Bosnia and Herzegovina" .....Goran Basic, Lund University







Level II Private Dining Room Wednesday • 12:00-1:30 PM


Chairs and Editors Lunch--Invite Only []

Hyeyoung Woo, Portland State University; Lindsey Wilkinson, Portland State University; Matthew Carlson, Portland State University; Jean Stockard, University of Oregon; Robert Obrien, Emeritus; James Elliott, Rice University; Robert Nash Parker, University of California, Riverside; Mary Virnoche, Humboldt State University; Patricia A. Gwartney, University of Oregon; Xuan Santos, California State University, San Marcos; Dennis Downey, California State University at Channel Islands; Elizabeth Essary Nelson, Ph.D., Ococoa VP of Misc. Stuff; Sharon Davis, University of La Verne; Marie Butler, Oxnard College; Lori Cramer, Oregon State University; Sheila Katz, University of Houston; Brianne Davila, California State Polytechnic University Pomona; Black Hawk Hancock, DePaul University; Vivian Varela, Mendocino College; Faye Wachs, California State Polytechnic University Pomona; Rosemary Powers, Eastern Oregon University; Clayton Peoples, University of Nevada, Reno; Sharon Araji, University of Colorado, Denver; Linda Henderson, St. Mary's University, Calgary; Sandra Way, New Mexico State University; Lora Vess, University of Alaska Southeast; Tina Burdsall, Portland State University;







Session 12 OCC 201 Wednesday • 12:00-1:30 PM


High-Impact Practices? Research, Community Engagement, Applied Learning [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Todd Migliaccio, California State University Sacramento



  • Teaching through Research .....Todd Migliaccio, California State University Sacramento

  • "Making a Difference...for a While": The Value (or Lack Thereof) of Civic Engagement Courses .....Shirley A Jackson, Portland State University

  • Making it Count: Using Course Assignments as Products for Community Partners .....Jason Wollschleger, Whitworth University







Session 13 OCC 203 Wednesday • 12:00-1:30 PM


Race, Class & Gender: Discursive Constructions [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Ann Travers, Simon Fraser University



  • Understanding the Other: The development of rights and marginalization discourses in social studies textbooks from 1890 to the present. .....Jeremy Jimenez, Stanford University

  • Transgender Children and Necropolitics .....Ann Travers, Simon Fraser University

  • Population Control of Occupied Palestine: At the nexus of state sponsored violence and the struggle for reproductive justice. .....erika derkas, new mexico highlands university

  • Counter-narratives from Cape Town: Black Women's Online Marketing of Township Bed and Breakfasts .....Annie Hikido, University of California, Santa Barbara

  • Consuming the Racial Other: White Women's Heterosexual Desire on a Majority Racial Minority Campus .....Karen Pyke, UC Riverside; Kumiko Nemoto, Kyoto University of Foreign Studies







Session 14 OCC 204 Wednesday • 12:00-1:30 PM


Law Enforcement Formal Research [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Christie Batson, University of Nevada Las Vegas



  • Racial Reconciliation in Las Vegas: A Case-Study of Community Policing, Community Engagement, and Neighborhood Attachment .....Christie Batson, University of Nevada Las Vegas; Dawn Lighthiser, University of Nevada Las Vegas; Nicole Jenkins, University of Nevada Las Vegas; Patricia Haddad, University of Nevada Las Vegas

  • Responding to the Absurdity of Sex Offender Policy from a Positive Sexuality Model .....Jeremy Thomas, Idaho State University; Dj Williams, Idaho State University







Session 15 OCC 205 Wednesday • 12:00-1:30 PM


Masculinity [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Daniel Eisen, Pacific University



  • Men, Good Men, and Good People: "Progressive" Men's Hegemonic Narratives about Masculinity .....Daniel Eisen, Pacific University; Liann Yamashita, Pacific University

  • Resistance and Compliance to Gender Traditionalism among Mormon Men .....Reid Leamaster, Glendale Community College (AZ)

  • What would Jesus do? Negotiating Hegemonic Masculinity in Religious Organizations. .....Carolina Molina, University of California Merced

  • _Masters of the Realm: Understanding Success _and Achievement Among Women in Video Games_ .....Christine Tomlinson, University of California, Irvine







Session 16 OCC 206 Wednesday • 12:00-1:30 PM


Immigration: Labor, Employment, and State Policies [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Pablo Rojas Coppari, Maynooth University



  • Bringing the States Back In: Institutional Determinants and Impacts of State-Level Immigration Policies .....Paul Jacobs, Utah State University

  • How do Evaluators Rate Job Candidates? Identifying And Explaining The Impacts of Gender, Place of Education, Race and Nativity On Evaluations of Job Candidates .....Hong Zhang, Washington State University

  • Korean Border Commuters between San Diego-Tijuana: New Professional Migrants and Transnational Families .....Minjeong Kim, San Diego State University

  • No Time to Waste: Rethinking Labour Market Policies as a Strategy for the Integration of_ Migrant Families in Ireland. .....Pablo Rojas Coppari, Maynooth University







Session 17 OCC 207 Wednesday • 12:00-1:30 PM


Strategies Within & Transformation of Media [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: jeffrey Montez de Oca, UCCS



  • Black Women Filmmakers: Changing the Face(s) of the Film Industry .....Christina Baker, Sonoma State University

  • Framing Practices and the Artistically Crafted Political Realities of Documentary Filmmaking .....John Stover, University of San Francisco

  • Killing the Football Widow and Creating New Fans: NFL Marketing Beyond 'Pink It & Shrink It' .....jeffrey Montez de Oca, UCCS







Session 18 OCC 210 Wednesday • 12:00-1:30 PM


The Ethnographers Circle [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Audrey Devine Eller, Grinnell College



  • Ethnographic Dilemmas in the School: Consent and confidentiality in researching teens .....Audrey Devine Eller, Grinnell College

  • Live Action Role Playing: How does In-Game Character Choice Develop the Self? .....Matthew LeClaire, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

  • Lived indigenous ecofeminism as a decolonial project in South India .....Deepa Kozhisseri, Indian Institute of Technology, Madras







Session 19 OCC 211 Wednesday • 12:00-1:30 PM


Sport and Identity [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Michelle Robertson, St. Edward's University



  • Stripping the Bronco and Metallic Tattoos: A Critical Look at NFL Female Only Fan Clubs .....Molly Cotner, University of Colorado Colorado Springs

  • "Usually in skateboard culture you don't see yourself in it, if you're from around here": The politics of urban and youth development within Oakland's "Town Park" .....Matthew Atencio, California State University East Bay; Becky Beal, California State University East Bay; ZaNean McClain, California State University East Bay; Missy Wright, California State University East Bay

  • Childhood Adversity and the Experience of Sport: Preliminary Findings from a Study of Student-Athletes and Other College Students .....Laura Earles, Lewis-Clark State College; Heather I. Van Mullem,

  • Athenas and Clydesdales: Fat Runners Negotiating Space in the Running Community .....Tamara Sniezek, California State University, Stanislaus







Session 20 OCC 212 Wednesday • 12:00-1:30 PM


Considerations in Applied Sociology and Sociological Practice [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Sophie Nathenson, Oregon Institute of Technology



  • "Some Thoughts on Positivism, Applied/Public Sociology, and Service Learning" .....Mark Jepson, California State University Channel Islands

  • Does Awareness of a Social Issue Affect Need? .....Kimberly Trevino, University of Northern Colorado

  • Medical Sociology and Population Health Management .....Sophie Nathenson, Oregon Institute of Technology







Session 21 OCC 202 Wednesday • 12:00-1:30 PM


Faculty Organizing for Justice in the People's University (CSU) [Panel with Presenters]

  • Race and Gender Inequities among Faculty in the CSU .....Sharon Elise, California State University San Marcos

  • Union Organizing in the Neoliberal Public University .....Kevin Wehr, California State University, Sacramento

  • Solidarity Forever: Building the Lecturer/Tenure-track Alliance in CFA .....Michael Juan Chavez, Cal State Univ. Long Beach

  • Challenging Power at the CSU: Why Unions (Still) Matter .....Molly Talcott, California State University Los Angeles



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