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Session 22 OCC 208 Wednesday • 12:00-1:30 PM


Getting Your Sociology or Interdisciplinary Program Accredited By CAPACS (the Commission on the Accreditation of Programs in Applied and Clinical Sociology) [Panel with Presenters]

Moderator: Michael S. Fleischer, PhD, CSP, President, Organizational Dynamics Consulting and Chair, CAPACS

Presider: Michael S. Fleischer, PhD, CSP, President, Organizational Dynamics Consulting and Chair, CAPACS

Panelist: Michael S. Fleischer, PhD, CSP, President, Organizational Dynamics Consulting and Chair, CAPACS






Session 23 California Wednesday • 1:45-3:15 PM


Committee on Committees Meeting []

Panelists: Dennis Downey, California State University at Channel Islands; Mary Virnoche, Humboldt State University; Brianne Davila, California State Polytechnic University Pomona; Todd Migliaccio, California State University Sacramento; Reginald Daniel, University of California Santa Barbara; Michelle Inderbitzin, Oregon State University; Ynez Wilson Hirst, Saint Mary's College of California; Marisol Clark-Ibáñez, California State University, San Marcos; Kim Korinek, University of Utah; Erich Steinman, Pitzer College






Session 24 OCC 201 Wednesday • 1:45-3:15 PM


Elephant in the Room: Bullying and Mobbing in the Academy []

Moderators: Sharon Araji, University of Colorado, Denver; Don Barrett, California State University San Marcos; Gary Cretser, California State Polytechnic Pomona



  • Elephant in the Room: Bullying and Mobbing in the Academy .....Sharon Araji, University of Colorado, Denver

  • "I never get to teach my area": Department needs or Bullying from a union perspective .....Don Barrett, California State University San Marcos







Session 25 OCC 205 Wednesday • 1:45-3:15 PM


Gender in the Academy []

Moderator: Judy Hennessy, Central Washington University



  • Voiceless Voices: Women Administrators in Positions of Leadership .....Tenisha Tevis, University of the Pacific; Marcia Hernandez, University of the Pacific

  • 'Ideal Bodies' at Work: Faculty Mothers and Pregnancy in Academia .....Marjukka Ollilainen, Weber State University







Session 26 OCC 203 Wednesday • 1:45-3:15 PM


Race, Class & Gender: Social Resources, Social Justice [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Kyla Tompkins, Portland State University



  • Narratives of Marginalized Cyclists: Understanding Obstacles to Utilitarian Cycling Among Women and Minorities in Portland, Oregon .....Kyla Tompkins, Portland State University

  • Disparities in Access to Healthcare After a Fatal Dog Bite .....Genevieve Minter, Univerity of Nevada Las Vegas

  • Experiences and Perceptions of Outdoor Recreational Activities From a Race, Class and Gender Perspective .....Mackenzie Bower, Northern Arizona University

  • What About US? Discovering The Racial Belongingness in the College Classroom. .....Briauna Dotson, California State University Los Angeles

  • Defining Individuals' Social Justice Orientation and its Measurement: How class, race, gender and other Demographics relate. .....Jarod Gonzalez, New Mexico State University







Session 27 OCC 204 Wednesday • 1:45-3:15 PM


Juvenile Delinquency Research in Progress [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Pat Jackson, Sonoma State University



  • Managing Elementary School Problem Behaviors Differently: Bringing Restorative Justice into the School .....Pat Jackson, Sonoma State University

  • Running the Gauntlet:Re-conceptualizing Pathways Perspective in Female Offending .....Lisa Pasko,; Meda Chesney-Lind, University of Hawaii at Manoa

  • The Consequences of Adolescent Delinquency for Adult Employment Outcomes .....Angela Carter, University of California Davis







Session 28 OCC 206 Wednesday • 1:45-3:15 PM


Immigration and Gender [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Liliana Rodriguez, University of California Santa Barbara



  • Assessing the Gender Gap among Asian Immigrant Homeowners in California .....Max Roberts, Utah State University

  • Breaking Borders: The Impact of the Feminization of Migration on Intragroup Relations among Latinos/as and Blacks. .....Liliana Rodriguez, University of California Santa Barbara; Jamella Gow, University of California Santa Barbara; Fatima Suarez,

  • Gender and Repeat Migration .....Anjana Narayan, California State Polytechnic University Pomona; Anthony Ocampo, California State Polytechnic University Pomona







Session 29 OCC 207 Wednesday • 1:45-3:15 PM


Danger & Difference Across Media and History [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Stacy McGoldrick, California State Polytechnic University Pomona



  • 1866 Race Riots and the Victim Narrative of the SouthSubmission .....Sofia Pedroza, California State Polytechnic University Pomona; Stacy McGoldrick, California State Polytechnic University Pomona

  • Fabricating The Enemy: A Marxist Analysis of The Christopher Nolan Batman Film Franchise's Images of Capitalism. .....Juan Flores, San Diego State University

  • ISIS Poster Girls: Dumb or Dangerous? .....amy jones, California State University Sacramento

  • Understanding the Impact of Crime Dramas: A Preliminary Analysis .....Kaitlin Fitzgerald, Northern Arizona University; Stephani Williams, Northern Arizona University







Session 30 OCC 210 Wednesday • 1:45-3:15 PM


The Ethnographers Circle II [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Damian Williams, Concordia University

Panelists: Susan Mannon, University of the Pacific; Kjerstin Gruys, Stanford University


  • The Biographical Inertia of Place: Entrepreneurial Governance & Homeless Men's Life-Trajectories through a Southern Skid Row .....Damian Williams, Concordia University







Session 31 OCC 211 Wednesday • 1:45-3:15 PM


Sport and Violence [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Michelle Robertson, St. Edward's University



  • Incidents of domestic violence around 2014 World Cup Soccer broadcasts in Canada .....Olivia Donnelly, Wilfrid Laurier Univ; Phillip G. White, McMaster University; Bill McTeer, Wilfrid Laurier University

  • Precarious Masculinity and Athlete-Perpetrated Sexual Violence in North American Sport .....Curtis Fogel, Lakehead University Orillia







Session 32 OCC 202 Wednesday • 1:45-3:15 PM


SafeZONE Online [Panel with Presenters]

Moderator: Debra Welkley, California State University Sacramento

Presider: Debra Welkley, California State University Sacramento

Panelists: Debra Welkley, California State University Sacramento; Santos Torres, Jr., California State University, Sacramento; Chris Kent, California State University, Sacramento







Session 33 OCC 208 Wednesday • 1:45-3:15 PM


Can Sociology Save the American Dream? [Panel with Presenters]

  • Using Journalistic Accounts to Study Popular Conceptions of the American Dream .....Robert Hauhart, Saint Martin's University

  • Reformed American Dreams: Welfare Mothers in Higher Education During the Great Recession .....Sheila Katz, University of Houston

  • Re-Defining the American Dream from the Grassroots Up .....Jeff Torlina, Utah Valley University

  • Discussant .....Clayton Peoples, University of Nevada, Reno







Session 34 OCC 212 Wednesday • 1:45-3:15 PM


What We Don't Know Can Hurt Us: Applied Research and Evidence-Based Decision Making [Panel with Presenters]

Moderator: Gary Hytrek, California State University Long Beach



  • Retail environment and adolescent e-cigarette use .....Georgiana Bostean, Chapman University

  • Building a People's Budget: Participatory Budgeting in Long Beach CA .....Andres Temblador, California State University, Long Beach; Gary Hytrek, California State University Long Beach

  • Middle Class Latino Homeownership and Foreclosure: Evidence from Downey, California .....Varisa Patraporn, California State University Long Beach; Linda D. Tran, University of California Los Angeles; Paul Ong, University of California Los Angeles







Session 35 OCC 205 Wednesday • 3:30-5:00 PM


Sharing the Sociological Perspective: A Conversation about Teaching Introductory Sociology []

Presider: Rosemary Powers, Eastern Oregon University



  • Sharing the Sociological Perspective: A conversation about teaching introductory sociology .....Rosemary Powers, Eastern Oregon University







Session 36 OCC 208 Wednesday • 3:30-5:00 PM


Designing and Teaching Undergraduate Capstone Courses (Jossey-Bass/Wiley 2015) [Author Meets Critics]

  • Designing and Teaching Undergraduate Capstone Courses .....Robert Hauhart, Saint Martin's University

  • Critic .....Jeff Torlina, Utah Valley University

  • Critic .....Dennis Downey, California State University at Channel Islands

  • Critic .....Elizabeth Sowers, California State University at Channel Islands







Session 37 OCC 202 Wednesday • 3:30-5:00 PM


Educational Attainment and Inequality [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Marcia Hernandez, University of the Pacific



  • The Educational Attainment of Transgender Adults across Age Cohort .....Lindsey Wilkinson, Portland State University; Jennifer Pearson, Wichita State University; Hui Lui, Michigan State University

  • American Indian Students' Residential Background and their College Adjustment and Success .....Machienvee Lammey, New Mexico State University; Sandra Way, New Mexico State University

  • Student Parents' Pathways to Success: Portraits from California's Central Valley .....Susan Mannon, University of the Pacific

  • Does Racial Difference Matter in the College Classroom? .....Briauna Dotson, California State University Los Angeles

  • Is Summer Enough Time? An Overview of Summer Bridge Program and Student Success .....Marcia Hernandez, University of the Pacific; Aroosa Ahmed, University of the Pacific







Session 38 OCC 203 Wednesday • 3:30-5:00 PM


Race and Politics [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Garry Rolison, California State University San Marcos



  • Why can't they say it?: The 2015 Democratic Presidential candidates and their response to #BlackLivesMatter .....Kristina Davis, Abilene Christian University; Taylor Crumpton, Abilene Christian University

  • "Redskins and Red Men: Pseudo-Indian Mascots and the Construction of a Settler-Habitus" .....Kathryn Norton-Smith, University of Oregon; Jeanine Cunningham, University of Oregon

  • Symbolic Racism and the Presidential Vote for Barak Obama .....Garry Rolison, California State University San Marcos; Sharon Elise, California State University San Marcos

  • Racial Prejudice and Opposition to Government Spending .....Eric Hanley, University of Kansas; Daniel Alvord, University of Kansas







Session 39 OCC 204 Wednesday • 3:30-5:00 PM


The Sociology of Jonathan H. Turner [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Charles Powers, Santa Clara University



  • How to Save Sociology in 3 Easy Steps: A Modest Proposal .....Richard E. Niemeyer,

  • The Relevance of Turnerian Sociological Theory .....Kevin McCaffree, Purdue University

  • The Future of Grand Theory and the Legacy of Jonathan H. Turner .....michael carter, California State University Northridge

  • "Time for a Paradigm Shift: Defining a New Interface Among Old Paradigms" .....Charles Powers, Santa Clara University







Session 40 OCC 206 Wednesday • 3:30-5:00 PM


Reproductive and Women's Health Care [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Andrea Bertotti, Gonzaga University



  • Constructing "Risk" in Gynecology Textbooks .....Andrea Bertotti, Gonzaga University; Zoe Dugdale, Gonzaga University

  • Doctors and Witches, Conscience and Violence: Abortion Provision on American Television .....Gretchen Sisson, University of California San Francisco; Katrina Kimport, University of California, San Francisco

  • Midwifery: Not Just For Hippies Anymore .....Kerie Ann Francis, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

  • Racial Discrimination and Pregnancy Miscarriage among Black American Women: Results from the African American Women's Heart and Health Study .....Kathryn Daniels, University of California Merced; Amani Nuru-Jeter, University of California Berkeley; Zulema Valdez, University of California Merced







Session 41 OCC 207 Wednesday • 3:30-5:00 PM


Building Community through Teaching Sociology [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Barb Brents, University of Nevada, Las Vegas



  • Building Community in Community Colleges .....Elizabeth Bennett, Central New Mexico Community College; Jackie Logg, Cabrillo college

  • Improving Student Engagement in and the Internationalization of Sociology Curriculum. .....John Stover, University of San Francisco

  • Online Community of Practice: Creating a Master Introductory Sociology Course .....Anna Smedley, University of Nevada, Las Vegas; Jennifer Reed, University of Nevada, Las Vegas; Barb Brents, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

  • Developing Community and Increasing Content Knowledge through the Use of Social Media .....Kelly Davis, University of Northern Colorado; Pepper Mueller, University of Northern Colorado; Lucas Hanna, University of Northern Colorado







Session 42 OCC 201 Wednesday • 3:30-5:00 PM


Lessons from the Educational Pipeline for Undocumented Students [Panel with Presenters]

Presider: Marisol Clark-Ibáñez, California State University, San Marcos



  • Overview of the Pipeline for Undocumented Students .....Marisol Clark-Ibáñez, California State University, San Marcos

  • Being a Dreamer Keeper .....Alma Ruiz Pohlert, San Marcos Unified School District

  • K-8 Joy, Challenges, and Diverse Experiences .....Yeraldin Montiel, CSU San Marcos

  • Community College .....Bettina Serna, CSU San Marcos

  • Activism .....Carolina Valdivia, Harvard University







Session 43 OCC 212 Wednesday • 3:30-5:00 PM


Issues Related to Student Success: Roundtable Discussion, Sponsored by Committee on Community Colleges [Panel with Presenters]

Moderator: Marie Butler, Oxnard College

Discussants: Marie Butler, Oxnard College; Taylor Cannon, Mendocino College; Juan Pitones, CSUCI;


  • Issues Related to Student Success: Roundtable Discussion .....Marie Butler, Oxnard College







Session 44 OCC 208 Wednesday • 5:15-6:45 PM


Star Speakers Series, Sponsored by Membership Committee: Cecilia Ridgeway []

  • Is Deference the Price of Seeming "Reasonable"? Being Lower Status in High Status Professions and Workplaces .....Cecilia Ridgeway, Stanford University







Skyline Wednesday • 7:00-8:30 PM


Welcome Reception []



Thursday, 31 March 2016


Session 45 California Thursday • 8:30-10:00 AM


2015-16 PSA Council Meeting []

Panelists: Patricia A. Gwartney, University of Oregon; Dennis Downey, California State University at Channel Islands; Robert Nash Parker, University of California, Riverside; Mary Virnoche, Humboldt State University; Karen Pyke, UC Riverside; Michelle Camacho Walter, University of San Diego; Amy Orr, Linfield College; Sylvanna Falcon, University of California Santa Cruz; Leontina Hormel, University of Idaho; Kathleen Kaiser, California State University, Chico; Augustine Kposowa, University of California Riverside; Sarah Diefendorf, University of Washington; Lora Bristow, Humboldt State University; Dean Dorn, California State University Sacramento; Amy Denissen, California State University Northridge



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