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Session 130 OCC 202 Friday • 8:30-10:00 AM


Education and Identity II [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Steven Arxer, University of North Texas at Dallas



  • Exploring the Cultural Identity and Schooling Experiences of Second Generation, Afghan-American, Muslim Students, Post 9-11 .....Saugher Nojan, University of California Santa Cruz

  • Service Learning, Student Identity Work and the Sociological Imagination .....Steven Arxer, University of North Texas at Dallas; Maria Ciriza-Lope, University of North Texas at Dallas; Marco Shappeck, University of North Texas at Dallas

  • The culture of the school and differentiation of the educational achievement -- A case study of Gujarat (India) .....Jhaver Patel, gujarat university Ahmedabad India; Bhanat Stenly, Bhanat

  • Investigating Artistic Photo-Elicitation with Middle School Youth .....Nastasia Lawton-Sticklor, Clark University

  • Invisibility, Hostility, and Support in the Classroom: The Experiences of LGBTQ College Students .....Rachael Neal, St. Edward's University







Session 131 OCC 203 Friday • 8:30-10:00 AM


Race and Ethnicity in Educational Institutions [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Aaron Fitzpatrick, California State University San Marcos



  • Accents in the Classroom and Student-Professor Interactions .....Michelle F. Ramos Pellicia, California State University San Marcos; Aaron Fitzpatrick, California State University San Marcos

  • Culture of Uncertainty :A Mixed Methodological Study of Racial Inclusivity fostered by University Cultural Centers .....Nina Askew, University of Northern Colorado; Holly Borrero, University of Northern Colorado

  • Boundaries and thresholds: School racial composition and teacher resource adequacy .....jim saliba, University of Minnesota

  • Does Racial Difference Affect the Comfort Levels in the College Classroom Setting? .....Briauna Dotson, California State University Los Angeles

  • Culture of Uncertainty: A Mixed Methodological Study of Racial Inclusivity Fostered by University Cultural Centers .....Holly Borrero, University of Northern Colorado; Nina Askew, University of Northern Colorado




Session 132 OCC 204 Friday • 8:30-10:00 AM


Law Enforcement Research in Progress [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Amanda Admire, University of California Riverside



  • American Policing and the Danger Imperative .....Michael Sierra-Arevalo, Yale University

  • An Ethnographic Analysis of Community Policing in a California Suburb .....Devon Magliozzi, Stanford University

  • Policing Domestic Violence: An Inside Look at Police Officer Perceptions and Experiences with Domestic Violence Cases .....Amanda Admire, University of California Riverside

  • The Pyramid of Recidivism: Prisoner Reentry Through a Sociological Lens .....Roger Guy, University of North Carolina at Pembroke







Session 133 OCC 205 Friday • 8:30-10:00 AM


Health and Sexuality [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Sara Bastomski, Yale University



  • In Search of Alternative Selves: Older Women's Narratives of Suffering and Resistance .....Charles S. Varano, California State University, Sacramento; Ester Carolina Apesoa-Varano, University of California Davis

  • Racial Frames of Abortion: A Quantitative Analysis of Abortion Attitudes .....Amalia Ashley, University of Arizona

  • Gender, Fear, and Public Places:How Negative Interactions with Strangers Harm Women .....Dr. Philip Smith, Yale University

  • Sexting: Defining a New Cultural Literacy through the Eyes of the Millennial Generation .....Amanda Brand, Northern Arizona University







Session 134 OCC 206 Friday • 8:30-10:00 AM


Mental Health [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Georgiana Bostean, Chapman University



  • Demographic Correlates of ECT Selection .....Bernadette Robinson, University of Northern Colorado

  • Differential Rates of Prenatal Smoking Exposure as an Explanation for Regional Differences in ADHD Diagnosis Rates .....MacAllister Jeffrey, University of Southern California

  • Neighborhood Stressors and Mental Health and Well-being among US Adults .....Georgiana Bostean, Chapman University; Christopher Bader, Chapman University

  • The Government's Role in the Pharmaceuticalization of ADHD .....Manuel Vallee, University of Auckland







Session 135 OCC 207 Friday • 8:30-10:00 AM


Knowledge Production and Political Economy [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Marina Karides, University of Hawaii at Hilo



  • Human capital development in Turkmenistan: Higher education at home or abroad? .....Sofiya Yuvshanova, Utah State University; Erin Hofmann, Utah State University

  • Knowledge Politics in a "Post-Ideological" Era: Beyond Individualized, Privatized Discursive Landscapes of Cognition and Innovation? .....Cheryl Holzmeyer, Stanford University

  • The Sociological Significance of Islands .....Marina Karides, University of Hawaii at Hilo







Session 136 OCC 210 Friday • 8:30-10:00 AM


Environmental Perceptions, Community, and Agriculture [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Pamela McMullin-Messier, Central Washington University



  • Between bees and business: a political ethnography of large-scale commercial beekeeping. A look at the cultural foundations of the treadmill of production .....Laurent Cilia, Colorado University Boulder

  • Community Based Research on Air Quality in Kittitas County: Understanding Barriers, Resistance, and Benefits to Behavioral Change .....Pamela McMullin-Messier, Central Washington University; Kenneth Trimble, Central Washington University; Kelsey Gibbs, Central Washington University

  • Idaho Farmers' Perceptions of their Role in Food Production: A Narrative Analysis .....Jordan Elkins, Idaho State University

  • Perceptions of Environmental Change and Climate Concern among Idaho's Farmers .....Katrina Running, Idaho State University; Jordan Elkins, Idaho State University; Kathleen Shipley, Idaho State University







Session 137 OCC 211 Friday • 8:30-10:00 AM


Critical Media Literacy in an Age of Digital Censorship and Propaganda [Formal Paper Session]

Presiders:



  • Breaking the Corporate News Frame: Towards a New Digital Commons .....Andy Roth, Project Censored

  • Service Learning as a Path Towards Media Literacy and Social Justice .....Susan Rahman, College of Marin

  • Teaching Radical Media .....Peter Phillips, Sonoma State University

  • Critical Media Literacy in Global Perspective .....Mickey Huff, College of Marin, Project Censored







Session 138 OCC 212 Friday • 8:30-10:00 AM


Conservative Movements [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: John Kincaid, California State University, Stanislaus



  • Collective Identity and Social Movement Participation: Experiences of Tea Party Members in Las Vegas, Nevada .....Jennifer Stevens, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

  • Idols and the Threat of Unhappiness: The Use of Talk to Enforce Feeling Rules among Evangelical Christians .....Kathryn Panger, University of California Davis

  • When Parties and Movements Clash: Exploring the Boundaries of Social Movement and Political Party Separation Within the Republican Party in Texas .....John Kincaid, California State University, Stanislaus







Session 139 Broadway Friday • 10:15-11:45 AM


Committee on the Status of Women Meeting []

Panelists: Faye Wachs, California State Polytechnic University Pomona; Brenda Wilhelm, colorado mesa university; Amanda Admire, University of California Riverside; Judy Hennessy, Central Washington University; Melanie Arthur, Oregon Institute of Technology; Krystale Littlejohn, Occidental College; Richelle Swan, California State University San Marcos






Session 140 California Friday • 10:15-11:45 AM


Committee on the Status of LGBTQ Persons in Sociology Meeting []

Panelists: Vivian Varela, Mendocino College; Maura Kelly, Portland State University; Jayecee Whitehead, Pacific University; Lora Stone, University of New Mexico Gallup; Meredith Williams, Humboldt State University; Don Barrett, California State University San Marcos






Session 141 Jr. Ballroom 1 & 2 & 3 Friday • 10:15-11:45 AM


Food and Society [undergraduate roundtable]

Presider: Ashley Colby, Washington State University



  • Good Beer for You, Good Beer for Us: An Analysis of the Subculture of Craft Brewing in Spokane, WA .....Emalise Luzzo, Gonzaga University

  • Farmers Markets and Community in Oakland .....Mel Burgarino, Mills College







Session 142 Jr. Ballroom 1 & 2 & 3 Friday • 10:15-11:45 AM


Marriage, Family, and Reproduction [undergraduate roundtable]

Presider: Elizabeth Ziff, The New School for Social Research



  • College Student Perceptions of Virginity, Sex and Intimate Relationships .....Emily Curran, Gonzaga University

  • Into the Minds of Pro-Life Social Movement Participants .....Sofia Pedroza, California State Polytechnic University Pomona

  • Shifting Trends: Intermarriage and Cohabitation across Immigrant Generations in Southern California .....Diana Vitela, California State University Channel Islands

  • Child Custody of Undocumented Parents in the U.S. .....Ana Orozco, California State University Los Angeles

  • Who Takes Care of Mom?: Representations of Self-Care and Intensive Mothering in Popular Magazines. .....Lane Lewis, Gonzaga University







Session 143 Jr. Ballroom 1 & 2 & 3 Friday • 10:15-11:45 AM


Social Movements and Social Change [undergraduate roundtable]

Presider: Vikas Gumbhir, Gonzaga University



  • 'Being a Visbile Marker:' How Black Queer Activist Women Battle Microaggressions .....Anthony Williams, University of California Berkeley

  • Activism in the Autistic Community .....Denise Parry, University of Puget Sound

  • Conceptualizations of Legitimate Victimhood in Anti-Trafficking Organizations .....Allison Nasson, University of Puget Sound

  • Language of the Unheard: A Quantitative Analysis of American Race Riots, 1992-2015 .....Mark Hammonds, Occidental College

  • White Privilege: The Role of White Students as Allies For Change on College Campuses And Beyond .....Adam Bonsey, Hartnell College







Session 144 Jr. Ballroom 1 & 2 & 3 Friday • 10:15-11:45 AM


Social Psychology, Identity, and Emotions II [undergraduate roundtable]

Presider: Daniel R. Morrison, Vanderbilt University Medical Center



  • External and Internal Ableism: How Negative Perceptions Can Affect Disabled People .....Katherine Schluntz, Mills College

  • The Impact of Work on the Self Concept of the Employed Homeless .....Megan Basalla, Vanguard University

  • The Actor and the Body: Body Work, Emotion Control, and the Presentation of the Acting Self .....Alejandro Tinajero, Sonoma State University

  • World Wide Wanderers: Decoding the Global Identity of Third Culture Individuals .....Hailey Choi, University of California Berkeley







Session 145 Jr. Ballroom 1 & 2 & 3 Friday • 10:15-11:45 AM


Race/Ethnicity II [undergraduate roundtable]

Presider: Hortencia Jimenez, Hartnell College



  • Is Education the Great Equalizer? Comparing the Wages of Native and Immigrant Latinos and Asians in California: 1980-2012 .....Maria Pimentel, California State University Channel Islands

  • Race Relations on College Campuses in a Modern Context .....Emma Atuire, Hastings College; Emily T. Wesley, Hastings College

  • The Use of Spanish: Influence of Class and Race in 1.5-generation Mexican Immigrants to the United States .....Carla Ibarra, University of California Berkeley

  • Chicana Feminism .....Odalys Bravo, University of California Riverside







Session 146 Jr. Ballroom 4 Friday • 10:15-11:45 AM


Poster Session IV [undergraduate posters]

  • Education Yields Change .....Elizabeth Castellanos, California State University Los Angeles

  • Exploring Faculty Diversity and Student Academic Success at California State University, Sacramento .....Daisy Aguilar, California State University Sacramento

  • The Influence of Education .....Karen Loera, California State University Los Angeles

  • Urban Gardens, Education and Health .....Carly Orozco, Portland State University

  • Managing the Sexy Body: Self-Surveillance, Defensive Othering, and the Sexual Double Standard .....Meghan Cowan, Sonoma State University

  • Best Practice Methods for Minority Leadership Conference Data Collection .....Claudia Chiang-Lopez, University of Nevada Las Vegas

  • Repercussions of Lethality Assessment Screening .....Abigail Miracle, Western Washington University

  • Lattes and Lingerie: An Ethnographic Exploration into the Lives and Experiences of Bikini Baristas .....Becca Long, University of Puget Sound

  • Attitudes toward Police use of Force: a Replication and Extension .....Robyn Young, Western Washington University







Session 147 OCC 201 Friday • 10:15-11:45 AM


Textbooks, LMS, Open Source? Assessing Current Tools of the Teaching Trade [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Ting Jiang, Metropolitan State University of Denver



  • Teaching Textbook-Free: Instructor Attitudes, Practices, and Training .....Julie Collins-Dogrul, Whittier College; Kenia Saldana, Whittier College

  • Learning Management Systems and Student Engagement .....Danielle Duckett, California State University Sacramento; Meggan Jordan,

  • Evaluating the use of an open source electronic textbook in a Sociology of Globalization course. .....David Hyde, South Puget Sound Community College

  • Just in Time Teaching (JiTT) in a First Year Success Classroom: A Longitudinal Analysis .....Ting Jiang, Metropolitan State University of Denver




Session 148 OCC 202 Friday • 10:15-11:45 AM


Non-cognitive Characteristics and Education [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: John Mihelich, University of North Dakota



  • Does school really matter? How Students Level of Attachment and Involvement in Adolescences Influences Criminality in Adulthood. .....Madeline O'Neil, Portland State University

  • First-Generation College Students and the Conflicting Role of Family in Achieving College Success .....Jennifer Strangfeld, California State University Stanislaus; Shelby Zahn, California State University Stanislaus; Stephanie Landeros, California State University

  • Public Understanding of Science and K-12 STEM Education Outcomes: The Effects of Parent's Orientation Toward Science, Science Knowledge, and Political Orientation on Student Self-Efficacy, Interest and Attitudes Toward Science .....John Mihelich, University of North Dakota; Dilshani Sarathchandra, University of Idaho; Leontina Hormel, University of Idaho; Debbie Storrs, University of North Dakota

  • The motivational factors that foster high school completion among African-American and Latino/a students .....Stephanie Anckle, Claremont Graduate University

  • Expected Graduation based on Commitment Levels .....Penelope Mendez, California State University Los Angeles







Session 149 OCC 203 Friday • 10:15-11:45 AM


Race, Class, and Gender [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Celeste Atkins, Cochise College



  • Thick not Fat: Exploring Weight, Race, and Gender in Black Women's Lives .....Celeste Atkins, Cochise College

  • Black Hair and Identity: Resisting a Conforming Culture .....Nicole Jenkins, University of Nevada Las Vegas

  • Black Male Masculinities & Surveilling/Disciplining Institutions .....Ahmed Younis, Chapman University; Quaylan Allen, Chapman University

  • The Black Millennial Generation Navigating Racism and Social Mobility .....Elaine Bell Kaplan, University of Southern California

  • Con la mano en La Verdad: Chicano Print Activism in San Diego, 1968-1972 .....Francisco Beltran, University of California Santa Barbara







Session 150 OCC 204 Friday • 10:15-11:45 AM


Substance Use and Crime [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Matthew Grindal, University of California, Riverside



  • A Criminological Analysis of Asian and Latino College Student Substance Use : A Theoretical Competition of Social Learning Theory, Social Bond Theory, General Strain Theory, and Self-Control Theory .....Matthew Grindal, University of California, Riverside

  • Attitudes toward Marijuana Legalization: Temporal and Thematic Trends .....Daniel Krystosel, University of Nevada Las Vegas

  • Cannabis Collectives: Examining the Social, Medical and Spiritual Motivations of Members of Cannabis Collectives .....Jermaine Cathcart, University of California Riverside

  • Does drug choice predict crime of choice .....Kathy Thomas, University of Oregon

  • Methamphetamine: Precursor Laws and Small Toxic Labs .....Doris Palmer, Arizona State University



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