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Session 151 OCC 205 Friday • 10:15-11:45 AM

Research in Progress: Gender and Media [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Lori Walkington, University of California Riverside

  • Gendered Consumerism Patterns on The Real Housewives of Orange County .....Erin Reinisch, New Mexico State University

  • I am Woman: Media's Portrayal of Black Women .....Aida Cruickshank, University of Colorado at Denver

  • Scary Gender: A Sociological look at gender roles through Horror Films .....Michelle Combs, New Mexico State University

  • Sex, Gender, and Power: Cunnilingus and Fellatio in Casual Sex Ads .....Lori Walkington, University of California Riverside

Session 152 OCC 206 Friday • 10:15-11:45 AM

Race/ethnicity, Class, and Health Care [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Kathryn Anderson, University of Arizona

  • Discrimination and Health Limitations: Role of Social Support for Latino and Asian Americans .....Aya Ida, California State University Sacramento; Eric Victory, California State University Sacramento

  • Income Inequality and Chronic Health Conditions: A Multilevel Analysis of the U.S. States .....Kathryn Anderson, University of Arizona; Eric Bjorklund, University of Arizona; Simone Rambotti, University of Arizona

  • Native American Vietnam Veterans: Access to Healthcare in Rural Montana .....Carol Ward, Brigham Young University; Lindsey Elmont, ; Michael Cope, Brigham Young University

  • The Making of Craft: Latinas' Accounts of Dementia Caregiving in the Home .....Ester Carolina Apesoa-Varano, University of California Davis

  • The Role of Racial,Ethnic and Linguistic Discrimination in Health Care Services for Injured Workers .....Caroline Smith, Portland State University

Session 153 OCC 207 Friday • 10:15-11:45 AM

Social Change in an Age of Neoliberal Development [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Kristopher Kohler, University of California Merced

  • Controversy and Socialization: Understanding the Growing Presence of Private Military Companies .....Cameron Graham, New Mexico State University

  • Destabilizing Effects of Globalization in Syria: Lessons for China .....Rebecca S. K. Li, The College of New Jersey

  • Doctors and Youth as Change Agents: Gender and Reproductive Health Programs in Mexico's Sierra Gorda .....Alessandro Morosin, University of California Riverside

  • Overcoming "Otherness": The unacknowledged barrier to effective international development .....Kristopher Kohler, University of California Merced

  • Transforming the Revolution: Socioeconomic Change and the Emerging Private Sector in Cuba. .....C. Alison Newby, New Mexico State University

Session 154 OCC 210 Friday • 10:15-11:45 AM

Environmental Politics, Ideology, and Meaning [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: James Rice, New Mexico State University

  • "Talking across Political Lines": How Rural Idahoans are Building Nonpartisan Power to Stop Natural Gas .....Corrie Ellis, UC Santa Barbara

  • Downwind of the Atomic State: U.S. Continental Atmospheric Testing, Radioactive Fallout, and Organizational Deviance, 1951-1962 .....James Rice, New Mexico State University

  • Ecological Death and Dying: Understanding Bodies, Nature, and Eco-social Change .....Robert Futrell, University of Nevada Las Vegas; Nicholas MacMurray, University of Nevada Las Vegas

  • Why Women Farm: the Relationships Between Ideology and Structure .....Ryanne Pilgearm, University of Idaho

Session 155 OCC 211 Friday • 10:15-11:45 AM

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

Presider: Chris Caldeira, university of california, Davis

  • What Can You Do With a Sociology Degree? .....Joan Ferrante, Northern Kentucky University; Chris Caldeira, university of california, Davis

  • Teaching about Careers in Applied Sociology .....Sheila Katz, University of Houston

Session 156 OCC 212 Friday • 10:15-11:45 AM

Movement Outcomes [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Amber Tierney, University of California Irvine

  • Determinants of Changes to State-Level Firearms Restrictions Before and After the Sandy Hook Shooting .....Eulalie Laschever, University of California Irvine

  • Local Mobilizations: Explaining the Outcomes of Immigrant Organizing in four California Central Valley Cities .....Maria De Jesus Mora, University of California Merced

  • The Future of Drug Policy - A New Paradigm .....Sean Boylan, Northern Arizona University

  • How Policies Impact Protest Strategies and Media Outcomes .....Amber Tierney, University of California Irvine

  • The Importance of Student Participation in Creating Sexual Assault Education Programs on Campus: Cross-comparative Studies and Emic Involvement .....Morgan Botelle, Cabrillo College; Kaylee Savage-Wright, Cabrillo College

  • Inside and Beyond Class: Radical Subjectivity of the Youth .....Onur Kapdan, University of California Santa Barbara

Session 157 OCC 208 Friday • 10:15-11:45 AM

Queering Sociological Studies of Race, Class, and Gender [Panel with Presenters]

Moderator: Ellen Scott, University of Oregon

Panelists: Miriam Abelson, Portland State University; Andreana Clay, San Francisco State University; Cheri Pascoe, University of Oregon; Veronica Terriquez, University of Southern California

Session 158 OCC 208 Friday • 12:00-1:30 PM

PSA Business Meeting []

Session 159 Jr. Ballroom 1 & 2 Friday • 1:45-3:15 PM

Presidential Plenary: Sociology as a Vocation, Michael Burawoy [Panel with Presenters]

Presider: Robert Nash Parker, University of California, Riverside

  • Sociology as a Vocation .....Michael Burawoy, University of California, Berkely

  • Comments on Sociology as a Vocation 1 .....Jonathan Turner, University of California, Riverside

  • Comments on Sociology as a Vocation 2 .....Black Hawk Hancock, DePaul University

  • Comments on Sociology as a Vocation 3 .....Catherine Bozendahl, University of California, Irvine

Session 160 Broadway Friday • 3:30-5:00 PM

Committee on Practicing, Applied, and Clinical Sociology []

Panelists: Sheila Katz, University of Houston; David Musick, University of Northern Colorado; Sophie Nathenson, Oregon Institute of Technology; Greg Gibson, Kent State University; Berna Torr, California State University Fullerton; James Lee, San Jose State University; Gary Hytrek, California State University Long Beach; Robert E. Kettlitz, Hastings Colllege

California Friday • 3:30-5:00 PM

Committee on Teaching []

Panelists: Rosemary Powers, Eastern Oregon University; Clayton Peoples, University of Nevada, Reno; Terressa Benz, Oakland University; Michael Juan Chavez, Cal State Univ. Long Beach; Juan Pitones, CSUCI; Valerie Adrian, Washington State University; Elvia Ramirez, California State University, Sacramento; Kristin Haltinner, University of Idaho

Session 161 OCC 202 Friday • 3:30-5:00 PM

Educational Policy - Form and Impacts [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Lisa Leitz, Chapman University

  • Veterans' Use of Educational Benefits: Those Who Need Them Most May Not be Able to Access Them .....Lisa Leitz, Chapman University

  • How Integration Matters: An Alternative Vision for Urban Education in an Era of the Market .....Joe Johnston, Gonzaga University

  • Drawing the Line: Landscaping Inequality through School Attendance Boundaries and Neighborhood Composition in Southern New Mexico .....Erica L. Surova, New Mexico State University; Sandra Way, New Mexico State University

  • Choosing Allied Health Majors: The Role of Information and Institutions .....Beth Hart, University of California Davis; April Yee, The James Irvine Foundation

Session 162 OCC 203 Friday • 3:30-5:00 PM

Race and Place [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Sharon Elise, California State University San Marcos

  • White Attitudes About Segregation in a Multi-Ethnic Suburb .....Celia Lacayo, University of California Los Angeles

  • A Case Study of Racial Formation in Oklahoma: How Blacks became Black in the State(s) .....Garry Rolison, California State University San Marcos

  • Anything but Black: Race and Identity in Borikén .....Sharon Elise, California State University San Marcos; Michelle F. Ramos Pellicia, California State University San Marcos

  • "You're a Different Kind of Black--Where Are You From?": The Role of Place in Constructing Black Racial and Ethnic Identities among Louisiana Creole Migrants .....Faustina DuCros, San Jose State University

Session 163 OCC 204 Friday • 3:30-5:00 PM

Media and Crime [Formal Paper Session]


  • Women on Death Row -- A Feminist Post-Structuralist Discourse Analysis of Media Narratives .....Sarah Lazzeroni, Portland State University

  • Media Influence on the Formation of the Three Strikes Law .....Arwen Jordan-Zimmerman, California State University Los Angeles

  • The Western District Way: Reconsidering "The Wire" in a Post-Freddie Gray America. .....Vikas Gumbhir, Gonzaga University; Christopher Kotson, Gonzaga University

Session 164 OCC 205 Friday • 3:30-5:00 PM

Race, Ethnicity and Gender [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Dwaine Plaza, Oregon State University

  • "Black trans bodies are under attack": 20 years of transgender homicide in the U.S. .....Janae Teal, Humboldt State University; Meredith Williams, Humboldt State University

  • Caribbana in Toronto: From Male Dominance to Female Agency .....Dwaine Plaza, Oregon State University

  • Desiring the Standard Light Skin: Black Multiracial Boys, Masculinity, and Exotification .....Alyssa Newman, University of California Santa Barbara

Session 165 OCC 206 Friday • 3:30-5:00 PM

Medical Care, Legitimacy, Stigma, and Identity: STIs, HIV, and Transgender Issues [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Stephanie Wilson, University of Northern Colorado

  • After the Plague: Just-World Belief and HIV/AIDS Stigma in the Age of Prevention and Treatment .....Sofia Symcox, University of Oklahoma

  • Giving "The Talk:" Exploring the Role of Stigma in Disclosing a Genital Herpes Diagnosis .....Stephanie Wilson, University of Northern Colorado

  • Doctoring Identity: Injecting Legitimacy into Trans* Identities .....Chris Wakefield, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

  • STI-testing Among College Students: What Is There To Be Afraid Of? .....Alls Chernenko, University of Utah; Jennifer Tabler, University of Utah

Session 166 OCC 210 Friday • 3:30-5:00 PM

Contemporary Sociological Theory [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Faye Wachs, California State Polytechnic University Pomona

  • Capital as Parasite: towards a new species of critical sociological theory .....Shawn Van Valkenburgh, University of California Santa Barbara

  • Conspiracy Theory Theories: A Sociology of Knowledge Account .....Ginna Husting, Boise State University; Martin Orr, Boise State University

  • Kinesthetic Corporeal Subjects: Facial Paralysis and the Self .....Faye Wachs, California State Polytechnic University Pomona

  • From Biopolitics to Genomatics: Discourses of Health and the Neoliberal Identity Politics of DNA .....Kathryn Korgan, University of Nevada Las Vegas; Andrew Harper, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Session 167 OCC 211 Friday • 3:30-5:00 PM

Teaching Applied Sociology [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Joan Ferrante, Northern Kentucky University

  • A Place That Matters: A Project- Based Learning ExperienceNorthern Kentucky University .....Joan Ferrante, Northern Kentucky University

  • A Social Kindness Project: Connecting Students' Values to an Inequality .....Chris Caldeira, university of california, Davis

Session 168 OCC 212 Friday • 3:30-5:00 PM

Addressing Place-based Inequalities: Urban and Suburban Neighborhoods, Organizations and Transit [Formal Paper Session]

Presider: Roger Guy, University of North Carolina at Pembroke

  • Barriers to Public Transit: Experiences of Transit-Dependent Riders in Portland, Oregon .....Amy Lubitow, Portland State University; Jennifer Rainer, George Mason University; Sasha Bassett, Portland State University

  • Content Analysis of Third Place Bulletin Boards .....Dawn Lighthiser, University of Nevada Las Vegas

  • Revitalizing Neighborhoods: Urban Regeneration and Renewal in North American Cities .....Daniyal Zuberi, University of Toronto

  • "We Wanted to Work Ourselves Out of a Job": VISTA and Urban Community Design Centers .....Roger Guy, University of North Carolina at Pembroke

Session 169 OCC 201 Friday • 3:30-5:00 PM

Roundtable: Developing More Sense of Community in Community Colleges, Sponsored by Committee on Community Colleges [Panel with Presenters]

  • Working with Students to Create a Social Justice Conference .....Jackie Logg, Cabrillo college

  • How Do Capstone Courses Fit Into the Community College Context? .....Elizabeth Bennett, Central New Mexico Community College

Session 170 OCC 207 Friday • 3:30-5:00 PM

Sociologists in the For-Profit World [Panel with Presenters]

Moderator: Lata Murti, Brandman University

Presider: Lata Murti, Brandman University

Panelists: Susan Blank, Ph.D., President, QuestResearch Group; Elizabeth Essary Nelson, Ph.D., Ococoa VP of Misc. Stuff; Michael S. Fleischer, PhD, CSP, President, Organizational Dynamics Consulting and Chair, CAPACS; Jerrald D. Krause, Ph.D., Consulting Partner, Shamana Consulting, Inc., Community Development and Program Evaluation

Session 171 OCC 208 Friday • 3:30-5:00 PM

Delivering on Diversity: Theory into Action [Panel with Presenters]

Moderator: Sara Jordan-Bloch, Stanford University

Discussant: Alison Crossley, Stanford University;

  • Inside the black box of organizational life: A framework for motivating cultural change .....Shelley Correll, Stanford University

  • Puncturing the pipeline: Do technology companies alienate women in recruiting sessions? .....Alison Wynn, Stanford University

  • Tools for change: Interrupting bias with blind auditions and a "skills first" approach to applicant screening .....Sharon Jank, Stanford University

  • Women in the engineering pipeline: Why gender (and nativity) still matter in Silicon Valley .....Koji Chavez, Stanford University

  • The language of performance: Differences in how men and women are described in evaluations .....JoAnne Wehner, Stanford University

  • Women's leadership training: From awareness into action .....Marianne Cooper, Stanford University

Session 172 Jr. Ballroom 1 & 2 Friday • 5:15-6:45 PM

Presidential Address and Awards []

Jr. Ballroom 3 & 4 Friday • 7:00-8:30 PM

Presidential Reception []

Jr. Ballroom 1 & 2 & 3 Friday • 8:00-10:00 PM

Dance []

OCC 208 Friday • 9:00-10:00 PM

Student Reception []

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