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Saturday, 02 April 2016


Session 173 California Saturday • 8:30-10:00 AM


2016-17 PSA Council Meeting []

Panelists: 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; Wendy Ng, San Jose State University; Leontina Hormel, University of Idaho; Kathleen Kaiser, California State University, Chico; Augustine Kposowa, University of California Riverside; Vikas Gumbhir, Gonzaga University; Cynthia Siemsen, California State University, Chico; Judith Liu, University of San Diego; Lora Bristow, Humboldt State University






Session 174 OCC 202 Saturday • 8:30-10:00 AM


College Campuses and Campus Culture [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Matthew Rotondi, University of California Riverside



  • Campus Rape Cultures in Cyberspace: Online Sexual Violence and Resistance at Canadian Universities .....Andrea Quinlan, Cornell University

  • Hispanic Serving Institutions and Campus Racial Climate: The Experiences of First Generation Black and Latino Males .....Uriel Serrano, California State University Los Angeles

  • State Interventions and Campus Sexual Assault: A View from across the Border .....Andrea Quinlan, Cornell University; elizabeth quinlan, University of Saskatchewan

  • The Common Culture of Student Debt .....Matthew Rotondi, University of California Riverside

  • Grade Inflation in Higher Education: Is the End in Sight? .....michael carter, California State University Northridge

  • The middleman of education-a study of "educational agency" in Taiwan .....Kenneth Han Chen, SUNY at Albany




Session 175 OCC 205 Saturday • 8:30-10:00 AM


Religion and Social Control [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Charles Sarno, Holy Names University



  • Integration or Social Control? A Neurosociological Analysis of Shamanic Rituals .....John Aldecoa, University of Califoria, Riverside

  • Organizational Survival during Great Tribulation:Harold Camping's Family Radio Five Years after a Failed Prophecy .....Charles Sarno, Holy Names University; Helen Shoemaker,

  • The Moral Model of Obesity: Christian Fundamentalism and Right-Wing Authoritarianism as Predictors of Anti-Fat Affect .....Sofia Symcox, University of Oklahoma







Session 176 OCC 206 Saturday • 8:30-10:00 AM


Lifestyle, Perceptions, and Attributions of Health [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Dan Morrison, Vanderbilt University



  • Education and Dietary Lifestyle: An analysis of U.S. adults .....Hannah Andrews, University of Arizona; Terrence D. Hill, University of Arizona

  • Vape Culture Among Young People in San Joaquin County .....Ruth Lewis, University of the Pacific; Robert Mees, University of the Pacific

  • Welfare State Context and Individual Health .....Karin Abel, Utah State University

  • When Things Go Wrong: Attributions of Responsibility for Unwanted Treatment Effects .....Dan Morrison, Vanderbilt University







Session 177 OCC 207 Saturday • 8:30-10:00 AM


Social Psychology and Institutional Life [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Unique Shaw-Smith, California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo



  • Becoming a Long-Term Volunteer .....Quinn Bloom, California State University Bakersfield

  • Confining Mastery: Parental Incarceration and Mastery in Young Adulthood .....Unique Shaw-Smith, California Polytechnic State University San Luis Obispo

  • Precarious Aspirations: Hopes and Dreams in an Age of Individualized Risk .....Andrew Swift, University of Oregon

  • Social Emotions in Crowds as it Correlates to Hotspots within a Stadium Environments .....Cornel Stemley, Grand Canyon University

  • Emotion Work in Feral Cat Rescue & Caretaking .....Carol Y Thompson, Texas Christian University; Robert L. Young, University of Texas at Arlington







Session 178 OCC 208 Saturday • 8:30-10:00 AM


Pop Culture: Gender, Identities and.... [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Michael Borer, University of Nevada, Las Vegas



  • A Band of Brewers and Beer Geeks: Elevating Taste as an Act of Resistance .....Michael Borer, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

  • Constructing gender identity through fandom: An analysis of comic book character Captain Marvel's women fans .....Amanda Hendrix, San Diego State University

  • Heroes and Bullies: Fighting for the Rights of Everyone Through Cosplay .....David G. LoConto, New Mexico State University; Erica L. Surova, New Mexico State University

  • -ll Dolce Suono -- The Sweet SoundA deep exploration into the influence of male genital mutilation to preserve the singing voice. .....Cristian Barajas, Cabrillo College

  • When Pan Met Wendy 2.0 -- Online Gendered Spirituality Debates of the Radical Faeries .....John Stover, University of San Francisco







Session 179 OCC 210 Saturday • 8:30-10:00 AM


New Directions in Environmental Sociology [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Sarah Rios, University of California Santa Barbara



  • Changing practices, changing bodies, changing environments: homesteaders, preppers and ecological habitus .....Allison Ford, University of Oregon

  • Learning to Think Like a River Rat: Understanding the Mississippi River Beyond the Nature/Society Divide .....Nicholas Baxter, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

  • The Problem of Trash .....Sara Lucarelli, Humboldt State University

  • Valley Fever: Environmental Racism, Cumulative Vulnerabilities, and Health Justice .....Sarah Rios, University of California Santa Barbara

  • Without Shelter: Homeless People As Ecological Others .....Sue Dockstader, University of Oregon







Session 180 OCC 211 Saturday • 8:30-10:00 AM


Work and Organizations [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Marcia Marx, California State University San Bernardino



  • Entrepreneurial Networks and Institutions in Tucson .....Jacqueline Joslyn, University of Arizona

  • Positions in Progress: the Impact of Power on Tradespeople's Perceptions of Change .....Sasha Bassett, Portland State University

  • The Effects of Hospital Inequality Regimes on Communication between Nurses and their Managers .....Marcia Marx, California State University San Bernardino

  • The Effects of Temporary Help Industry Employment on Socio-Economic Well-Being in U.S. Counties, 2005-2013 .....Michael Mulcahy, Central Washington University; Russell Ulrich-Strickland, Central Washington University

  • The Labor of Regulation: Ambulance Work in the Suffering City .....Josh Seim, University of California Berkeley

  • Institutional Isopmorphism in Northern Colorado Public Libraries .....Rick Medrano, University of Northern Colorado




Session 181 OCC 212 Saturday • 8:30-10:00 AM


The Role of Social and Human Capital in Changing Neighborhoods [Formal Paper Session]

Presiders:



  • Gallup Youth Conservation Corps Study .....Lora Stone, University of New Mexico Gallup

  • Little Free Libraries in the Midst of Urban Change .....Rachael Neal, St. Edward's University; Kendra Chavera, St. Edward's University

  • Nuestrohood: Public Housing Neighborhood Effects on Women of Color in Los Angeles County .....Kenia Saldana, Whittier College







Session 182 OCC 201 Saturday • 8:30-10:00 AM


Early Career Faculty Experiences: Insights on Challenges and Successes in Higher Education [Workshop with Presenters]

  • Teaching Social Inequality in the Millennial Sociology Classroom .....Zeynep Atalay, Saint Mary's College of California

  • Active Learning Classroom Strategies through the Embodied Experience of Race, Class, and Gender .....Valerie Francisco, San Jose State University

  • Navigating and Negotiating Teaching, Research, and Service as First-Year Faculty Members .....Naghme Morlock, Gonzaga University; Joe Johnston, Gonzaga University

  • The policies might be great for the institution, but they are bad for my students: Mediating between students' expectations and the university bureaucracy .....Andrew Prelog, University of Northern Colorado

  • Teaching and Serving Diverse, Underrepresented, Nontraditional, and Academically Underprepared Students .....Amanda Shigihara, SUNY at Old Westbury







Session 183 OCC 203 Saturday • 8:30-10:00 AM


Latina sociology faculty transforming community colleges through a pedagogy of engagement [Panel with Presenters]

Moderator: Hortencia Jimenez, Hartnell College

Panelists: Hortencia Jimenez, Hartnell College; Melissa Moreno, Woodland Community College; Christina Mendoza, Chabot College





Session 184 OCC 204 Saturday • 8:30-10:00 AM


China and the Global South: Perspectives on Development [Panel with Presenters]

  • Towards a mulipolar world: High Finance, China and the Global South .....Marilyn Grell-Brisk, Université de Neuchatel

  • The Specter of Imperial China: Informal Mining and Informal Capitalist in the Philippines .....Alvin Camba, Johns Hopkins University

  • Great Expectations: Drivers and Obstacles of Chinese Land Acquisitions in Laos .....Juliet Lu, University of California, Berkeley







Session 185 Jr. Ballroom 2 [will change location if possible] Saturday • 10:15-11:45 AM


Teaching and Pedagogy [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Timothy Larkin, Grand Canyon University



  • Determinants of Teacher Attrition Amongst 2008 College Graduates: Teacher Class Background and Job Satisfaction at Underserved Schools .....michelle rossi, University of California Davis

  • Exploring Counter-Hegemonic Approaches in Teacher Preparation Programs .....David Greenberg, New Mexico State University

  • Effects of Cultural Competency and Race Awareness Curriculum in Portland Public Schools .....Alexis DeVigal, Portland State University

  • A Fourth World Perspective on Ecological Destruction and Schooling .....Yvonne Sherwood, University of California Santa Cruz

  • A Phenomenological study of Faculty Impressions of a University administered Integration of Faith and Learning initiative. .....Timothy Larkin, Grand Canyon University







Session 186 OCC 203 Saturday • 10:15-11:45 AM


Latina/o Racial Formations in a Context of Power Inequalities [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Akiko Yasuike, California Lutheran University



  • Becoming an American: What helped Latino undocumented youth become college students successfully? .....Akiko Yasuike, California Lutheran University

  • Gente-Fication, chipsters and racial reordering in the Los Angeles Barrio .....alfredo huante, University of Southern California

  • Spanish and Race Discourse: Where and Why Spanish is Spoken. .....Aaron Fitzpatrick, California State University San Marcos

  • Tequila USA: Ethnic Mexicans and the Codes of Cultural Consumption .....Marie Gaytan, university of utah







Session 187 OCC 204 Saturday • 10:15-11:45 AM


Political Sociology in World Historical Context [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Christopher Chase Dunn, University of California Riverside



  • Comparing World-Systems:Empire Upsweeps and Non-core marcher states Since the Bronze Age .....Hiroko Inoue, UC-Riverside; Christopher Chase Dunn, University of California Riverside; Alexis Alvarez, UC-Riverside; Teresa Neal, UC-Riverside

  • Oil, polity, and civil society: the construction of the hegemonic apparatus in Iraq .....Zeinab Shuker, University of California Riverside

  • Ottoman Empire's Role in the Emergence of the World System .....Sakin Erin, University of California Riverside

  • Virtual Counterpublics and Transitional Justice in Peru .....Sylvanna Falcon, University of California Santa Cruz

  • Dissent in the Diaspora: The Changing Political Consciousness of American Jews .....Emily Schneider, University of California Santa Barbara







Session 188 OCC 205 Saturday • 10:15-11:45 AM


Religion and Gender [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Kristina Davis, Abilene Christian University



  • Finding their Voice: Women and the problem of the stained glass ceiling in the Churches of Christ .....Kristina Davis, Abilene Christian University

  • Old Fissures, New Allies: Conservative and Liberal Catholic Women and Their Understanding of Feminism .....Maureen Day, Santa Rosa Junior College

  • The Attitudes of (Perceived) Femininity and the Gendered Power Balance of Traditional Religious Values .....Lacey Sloan, California State University Los Angeles

  • Leaving Mormonism: Notes Toward an Understanding of Gendered Experience .....Jason Singh, Loyola University Maryland







Session 189 OCC 206 Saturday • 10:15-11:45 AM


Reproductive Challenges [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Elizabeth Ziff, The New School for Social Research



  • Constructing Families Through Artificial Reproductive Technologies (ART) .....Rosie Conley-Estrada, Boise State University

  • Infertile Grounds: Long Term Impacts of Infertility on Gender Ideology in Women Who Parent .....Holly Gregg, New Mexico State University

  • Life After Surrogacy: How Surrogacy Reifies and Ruptures Traditional Kinship Models .....Elizabeth Ziff, The New School for Social Research

  • What are Crisis Pregnancy Centers Good For? .....Katrina Kimport, University of California, San Francisco; Rebecca Kriz, UC San Francisco







Session 190 OCC 207 Saturday • 10:15-11:45 AM


The Self and Role Identities [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Emily Asencio, Sonoma State University



  • Hidden Secrets of the Self .....ALEXANDRA Maryanski, University of California Riverside

  • A study of the second generation Afghan community & social well being .....Pashtana Haroon, California State University East Bay

  • Effects of Specific Self-Esteem on Global Self-Esteem: Comparison of Role-Identity Context by Race/Ethnicity .....Emily Asencio, Sonoma State University; Richard Serpe, Kent State University; Michael Harrod, Central Washington University

  • Identities and Meaning within a Stress Process Model: Role Discrepancies for Normative and Counter-Normative Identities .....Richard Adams, Kent State University; Richard Serpe, Kent State University; Kristen Marcussen, Kent State University







Session 191 OCC 208 Saturday • 10:15-11:45 AM


Culture, Power, Fear [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Michael Griffey, Humboldt State University



  • Oi! A Socio-historical Examination of Traditional Skinhead Culture .....Michael Griffey, Humboldt State University

  • Terrorism and Televisual Torture: Dehumanization and the Construction of the Terrorist Arab/Muslim Other .....Julie Beicken, Rocky Mountain College

  • The Confederate Flag: Going Out of Business? .....James Bowie, Northern Arizona University

  • Skynet Is a Communist Party .....Diego Contreras-Medrano, University of Oregon; Dan Fielding, University of Oregon







Session 192 OCC 211 Saturday • 10:15-11:45 AM


Work and Organizations: Gender [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Josh Meisel, Humboldt State University



  • Constructing Spaces of Support: Gender Inclusive Meetups in the Field of High-Tech .....Larissa Petrucci, University of Oregon

  • Diversity Dynamics: The Reproduction and Transformation of Inequality in Two Worker Cooperatives .....Joan Meyers, University of the Pacific; Steven P. Vallas, Northeastern University

  • Gender in the High Tech World: Early Themes in an Ethnographic Study .....Chris Caldeira, university of california, Davis

  • Mary Jane on the Job: A Survey of Cannabis Workers .....Josh Meisel, Humboldt State University

  • Approaches to Addressing Workplace Harassment among Health Care Workers: Top-down and Bottom-up .....elizabeth quinlan, University of Saskatchewan







Session 193 OCC 212 Saturday • 10:15-11:45 AM


Managing Community Ecology to Address Inequality and Growth [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Michael Mulcahy, Central Washington University



  • Not Keeping Up with the Joneses: Geographic Conditions of Extreme Inequalities between Adjacent Neighborhoods .....Michael Mulcahy, Central Washington University; Stefan Turner, Central Washington University; Sarah Samblanet, Central Washington University

  • Gentrification, Segregation, and the Return of the Rio .....Matthew Muchna, Northern Arizona University; Jeff Breshears, Northern Arizona University

  • Local Approaches to Regional Problems: How four cities in the Portland metropolitan region accommodate urban growth and address its consequences .....Emma Deppa, Portland State University



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