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Thursday, 06 April


Session 1 Executive Suite Thursday • 10:15 AM–11:45 AM

Medical Sociology and Health: The Impact of Social & Physical Environment on Health[ Formal Paper Session]

Organizer: Benjamin Lewin, University of Puget Sound

Presider: Savannah Larimore, University of Washington


  • The Air We Breathe: The Effects of Exposures to Pollution and Neighborhood Disadvantage on Respiratory Health Outcomes.....Nicole Kravitz-Wirtz, University of Michigan; Kyle Crowder, University of Washington; Savannah Larimore, University of Washington

  • County Crime and Human Development: An Examination of Adolescents' Growth Rates.....Terrence Hill, University of Arizona; Quynh Nguyen, University of Utah; Hsien-Wen Meng, University of Utah

  • Marital Status Effects on Functional Outcomes in Patients with Early Stage Non-small Cell Lung Cancer.....Sara Golden, Portland State University; Christopher Slatore, VA Portland Health Care System; Hyeyoung Woo, Portland State University

  • A Study about Lifestyle Behaviors of University Students in Pakistan.....Ayesha Bugvi, University of the Punjab Lahore

  • Residential Segregation and Health Outcomes in the U.S.: Moving Beyond Black and White.....Kathryn Anderson, University of Houston

Session 2 Boardroom West Thursday • 10:15 AM–11:45 AM

: PSA Committee on the Status of Racial and Ethnic Minorities Meeting--open session[ ]

Panelists: Alicia D. Bonaparte, Pitzer College; Black Hawk Hancock, DePaul University; Ethel Nicdao, University of the Pacific; Mike Chavez, California State University, Long Beach; Rachel McGlaston, CSU San Marcos; Alexis Grant, Humboldt State University; Jose Padin, Portland State University; Nelson Pichardo Almanzar, Central Washington University; Shweta Adur, California State University Fullerton



Session 3 Cabinet Suite Thursday • 10:15 AM–11:45 AM

: PSA Nominations Committee Meeting--closed session[ ]

Panelists: Robert Nash Parker, UC Riverside; Christie Batson, University of Nevada Las Vegas; Christy Glass, Utah State University; Sine Anahita, University of Alaska Fairbanks



Session 4 Council Suite Thursday • 10:15 AM–11:45 AM

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

Organizer: Kristy Shih, Central Michigan University

Presider: Christine Tomlinson, University of California, Irvine


  • Inclusion, Exclusion, and Change: Gendered Borders and Pathways in the Gaming Community.....Christine Tomlinson, University of California, Irvine

  • Gendered Patterns of Interaction in Webcam Sex Work: A Cyberethnographic Comparative Analysis.....Benjamin Weiss, University of Southern California

  • Coping Strategies in Response to Sexual Harassment in Online Video Games and Female Gamer Identity.....Daniel Call, California State University Sacramento

Session 5 Directors Suite Thursday • 10:15 AM–11:45 AM

Sport and Leisure: Sport and Identity[ Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]

Organizer: Michelle Robertson, St. Edward's University

Presider: Michelle Robertson, St. Edward's University


  • Academic Attainment and the Student Athlete in Canada Revisited.....Philip White, McMaster University; Bill McTeer, Wilfrid Laurier University

  • Being a Dad, Being a Man: Exploring the Father Identity of NFL Retirees .....Katie Rodgers, Coe College

  • We Break Our Bodies to Save Our Souls: Identity Through Roller Derby.....Torisha Stone, Humboldt State University

Session 6 Forum Suite Thursday • 10:15 AM–11:45 AM

Inequality, Poverty, Stratification: Institutions and Inequality[ Formal Paper Session]

Organizer: Ranita Ray, University of Nevada Las Vegas

Presider: Anna Goncharova, University of Northern Colorado


  • Educational Elites in US Congress: Shifts and Parties.....Allison Hurst, Oregon State University; Aiden Koll, Oregon State University

  • Parental Disruption, Divorce, and Adolescent's Health Lifestyles.....Adenife Modile, University of Colorado, Boulder

  • The Attitude of Dysfunctional Families Towards Outside Help.....Anna Goncharova, University of Northern Colorado

  • Twenty Sociological Poverty Factors.....Mark Bird, College of Southern Nevada

Session 7 Galleria I Thursday • 10:15 AM–11:45 AM

Race, Class, and Gender: Representation and Identity through an Intersectional Lens[ Formal Paper Session]

Organizer: Leisy Abrego, University of California Los Angeles

Presider: Ann Travers, Simon Fraser University


  • Who am I? A Synthesis of Labeling and Identity Theory on the Construction of the Criminal Social Identity.....Quinton Alexander, Portland State University

  • Regulating the Reproduction of Latinx: How Ideology Manifests in the Movement for Reproductive Justice.....Rocio Garcia, UCLA

  • The Assembled Transgender Child.....Ann Travers, Simon Fraser University

  • Seeking Liberation, Facing Marginalization: Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders' Conditional Acceptance in Hip-Hop Culture.....Ninochka McTaggart, University of California Riverside

Session 8 Galleria III Thursday • 10:15 AM–11:45 AM

Applied, Clinical, and Public Sociology: Applying for Jobs in Academia[ Panel with Presenters]

Organizer: Todd Migliaccio, California State University Sacramento

Presider: Todd Migliaccio, California State University Sacramento

Panelists: Todd Migliaccio, California State University Sacramento; Scott Melzer, Albion College; Amy Orr, Linfield College; Robert Faris, University of California Davis; Tonmar Johnson, Solano Community College



Session 9 Parlor A Thursday • 10:15 AM–11:45 AM

Teaching Sociology: Engaging Students: Teaching Strategies for Student Success[ Research in Progress Session]

Organizer: April Cubbage, Saddleback College

Presider: Jason Leiker, Utah State University


  • Developing a Student Writing Identity in the Undergraduate Sociology Classroom.....Susan Mannon, University of the Pacific

  • Evidence-Based Self-Assessment: A Student-Centered Learning Tool.....Santos Torres, California State University Sacramento; Debra Welkley, California State University Sacramento

  • Keep It Interactive and Interesting.....Gloria Nikolai, Pikes Peak Community College

  • The Commons Game as a Class Activity.....Jason Leiker, Utah State University; Matt Barnett, Ohio State University; Julie Gast, Utah State University

  • A Conflict Approach to Graphic Novels and Literacy.....Kayla Brewster, University of Northern Colorado

Session 10 Parlor B Thursday • 10:15 AM–11:45 AM

Migration/Immigration: Making a Living and Transnational Ties[ Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]

Organizer: Edwin Lopez, California State University Fullerton

Presider: Daniel Olmos, University of Denver


  • Personal Income and Its Effect on Economic Transnationalism .....Quintin Myers, Kent State University

  • Understanding Migrants' Remitting Practices: A Study of Remitting among Bangladeshis in Los Angeles.....Hasan Mahmud, Northwestern University in Qatar

  • Urban Informality as Borderzones: Policing 'Unruly' Metropolitan Migrants and and the Right to the City .....Daniel Olmos, University of Denver

  • Spatial Struggles of Latino Street Vendors in Los Angeles County.....Melissa Tolosa, California State University Dominguez Hills

Session 11 Parlor C Thursday • 10:15 AM–11:45 AM

Art, Culture, and Popular Culture: "Magic Mirror on the Wall": the Industry of Culture and Identity[ Formal Paper Session]

Organizer: William Hayes, Gonzaga University

Presider: Deborah Burns, Iowa State University


  • A Systems Model of Subjective Creative Wellbeing: Implications for the Industrialization of Creativity.....Bob Shields, York University Toronto

  • The Art of Narcissism: A Generational Comparison of Mainstream Music in America.....Lauren McDonald, University of Northern Colorado

  • Where Is the Diversity? Presentation of Ethnicity in U.S. Tattoo Magazines.....Deborah Burns, Iowa State University

Session 12 Senate Suite Thursday • 10:15 AM–11:45 AM

Regional Studies, Transnationalism, Globalization, and Development: Global Perspectives on Demography, Development, and Democracy[ Formal Paper Session]

Organizer: Oluwakemi Balogun, University of Oregon

Presider: Yvonne Braun, University of Oregon


  • Policing the Road to Political Modernity: State Repression During Democratic Transitioning in Latin America.....Martin Jacinto, University of California Irvine

  • Child Malnutrition in the Philippines: Using Experimental Design to Understand Nutritional Supplement Adoption .....Marissa Miller, Brigham Young University; James Hodgson, Brigham Young University; Scott Sanders, Brigham Young University

  • Perceptions of Development and Sustainability in Rural Guatemala.....Sarah Boege, Oregon State University

  • Costa Rica Cooperatives: Challenging Neoliberalism, Building Democracy?.....Caitlin O'Quinn, University of Oregon; Yvonne Braun, University of Oregon

Session 13 Studio Suite Thursday • 10:15 AM–11:45 AM

Sexualities: Sexuality Research, Policy and Activism[ Formal Paper Session]

Organizer: CJ Pascoe, University of Oregon

Presider: Courtney Caviness, University of California Davis


  • A Feminist Critique of the IRB as a Technology of Power in Researching LGBTQ Military Identities.....Courtney Caviness, University of California Davis

  • A Tri-City Analysis on the Efficacy of Local Employment Discrimination Policies in Arizona.....Jessica Real, Northern Arizona University

  • LGBT Allies: A Social Movement Analysis.....Amanda Studebaker, California State University Bakersfield

Session 14 Executive Suite Thursday • 12:00 PM–1:30 PM

Medical Sociology and Health: Medical Sociology[ Formal Paper Session]

Organizer: Benjamin Lewin, University of Puget Sound

Presider: Ester Carolina Apesoa-Varano, University of California Davis


  • "'If You Were like Me, You Would Consider It Too:' Suicide, Older Men, and the Loss of Manhood,".....Ester Carolina Apesoa-Varano, University of California Davis

  • Adding Mental Health to the Treatment of Mental Illness: A Qualitative Content Analysis of the Construction of Recovery in Psychiatric Journals, 1990-2016.....Amy Armstrong, University of New Mexico

  • An Institutional Ethnography Mapping of the Social Organization of the HealthWork of HIV/AIDS Prevention "Workers".....Joy Mutare Fashu Kanu, Portland State University

  • From Obedient Patient to Empowered Health Care Consumer: Changing Realities for Patients, Practitioners and Institutions......Margaret Greer, National University

  • Skills Access in the Digital Field and Health Outcomes: Impact of eHealth Behaviors.....Elizabeth Withers, Portland State University

  • "Just Say Know": Developing Research Based Messaging about Cannabis Effects.....Josh Meisel, Humboldt State University; Jessica Smith, Humboldt State University

Session 15 Boardroom West Thursday • 12:00 PM–1:30 PM

: PSA Awards Committee Meeting--closed session[ ]

Panelists: Augustine Kposowa, University of California Riverside; Kelley Strawn, Willamette University; Susan Mannon, University of the Pacific; Elizabeth Sowers, CSU Channel Islands; Hyeyoung Woo, Portland State University; Faye Wachs, Cal Poly Pomona; Judy Hennessy, Central Washington University; Preston Rudy, San Jose State University; Ester Carolina Apesoa-Varano, University of California Davis



Session 16 Cabinet Suite Thursday • 12:00 PM–1:30 PM

: PSA Committee on Committees Meeting---closed session[ ]

Panelists: Michelle M. Camacho, University of San Diego; Michelle Inderbitzin, Oregon State University; Ynez Wilson Hirst, St. Mary's College; Marisol Clark-Ibáñez, California State University San Marcos; Kim Korinek, University of Utah; Ann Travers, Simon Fraser University; Ann Strahm, California State University Stanislaus; Tanya Nieri, University of California at Riverside



Session 17 Council Suite Thursday • 12:00 PM–1:30 PM

Gender: Gender Non-conforming/Gender Minorities/Queer[ Research in Progress Session]

Organizer: Kristy Shih, Central Michigan University

Presider: Suzanne Becker, University of Nevada Las Vegas


  • Beyond the Binary: Towards an Understanding of Non-Binary Gender Identities.....Erin Savoia, Portland State University

  • Contested Terrains and Queer Inclusiveness: Analyzing Tactics and Strategies Used to Produce Queer Space within Women's Roller Derby .....Suzanne Becker, University of Nevada Las Vegas

  • The Labor of Living the Unlivable: Being Complexly Gendered and the Emotional Exertion of Social Interaction.....Sonny Nordmarken, University of Massachusetts Amherst

  • What Are the Experiences of Gender Non-conforming Students at Humboldt State University?.....Lizbeth Olmedo, Humboldt State University

Session 18 Directors Suite Thursday • 12:00 PM–1:30 PM

Sport and Leisure: Sport and Leisure[ Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]

Organizer: Michelle Robertson, St. Edward's University

Presider: Shekinah Hoffman, University of Nevada, Las Vegas


  • "You Guys Are the Establishment!": The Use of Case Study Research within the Social Field of Urban Skateboarding .....Matthew Atencio, California State University East Bay; E. Missy Wright, California State University East Bay; ZaNean McClain, California State University East Bay; Becky Beal, California State University East Bay

  • The Hidden Corporate Structure of Sports: A Social Network Analysis of U.S. Professional Football and Basketball Leagues.....Ardavan Davaran, Research Development Associates; Thomas Rotolo, Washington State University; Adam Roth, Washington State University

  • The Success or Failure of Cities' Professional Sports Teams Affect Their Local Economies. .....Elizabeth Schantz, New Mexico State University

  • Is Sociology Too WEIRD? Observations from the Gambling/Gaming Discipline .....Shekinah Hoffman, University of Nevada, Las Vegas

Session 19 Forum Suite Thursday • 12:00 PM–1:30 PM

Inequality, Poverty, Stratification: Higher Education and Inequality[ Formal Paper Session]

Organizer: Ranita Ray, University of Nevada Las Vegas

Presider: Nelta Edwards, University of Alaska, Anchorage


  • Inequality in Higher Education and Questions of "Meritocracy" in Japan.....Koichi Ishikuro, New Mexico State University

  • The Effects of Cultural Capital on Prestigious University Admittance: A Revised Theoretical Framework and New Empirical Test.....Bethany Nichols, Stanford University

  • The Role of Social Class and Institutions in Where High-Achieving Students Apply to College .....Yang Lor, University of California Berkeley

  • Social Class and University Retention Rates.....Nelta Edwards, University of Alaska, Anchorage

Session 20 Galleria I Thursday • 12:00 PM–1:30 PM

Race, Class, and Gender: Intersectional Experiences Across Institutional and Cultural Contexts[ Panel with Presenters]

Organizer: Leisy Abrego, University of California Los Angeles

Presider: Ellen Reese, University of California Riverside


  • Butch or Broke? How Marginalized Identities May Affect Willingness to Date Blacks.....Eden Ragsdale, University of California Riverside

  • Claim Intersectionality under the Americans with Disabilities Act.....Katie Warden, University of Oregon

  • Investigating the Bike Culture: Understanding How Gender and Race Shape Cycling Habits in Portland, Oregon.....Kyla Tompkins, Portland State University; Amy Lubitow, Portland State University

  • Roommate Relationships & Race, Class, Gender, and Age.....Ellen Reese, University of California Riverside

Session 21 Galleria II Thursday • 12:00 PM–1:30 PM

Higher Education: And Now for Something Completely Different: Landing a Community College Job, sponsored by the Committee on Community Colleges[ Panel with Presenters]

Organizer: Harry Mersmann, San Joaquin Delta College

Presider: Harry Mersmann, San Joaquin Delta College

Panelists: April Cubbage, Saddleback College; Marie Butler, Oxnard College; Vivian Varela, Mendocino Community College; Juan Pitones, Oxnard College; Jacquelynne Logg, Cabrillo College



Session 22 Galleria III Thursday • 12:00 PM–1:30 PM

Inequity, Discrimination, and Retaliation in Academia: Surveillance and Repression of People of Color in Academe[ Panel with Presenters]

Organizer: Sharon Elise, California State University San Marcos

Presider: Sharon Elise, California State University San Marcos


  • Panelist.....Sabrina Alimahomed-Wilson, California State University Long Beach

  • Panelist.....Xuan Santos, California State University San Marcos

  • Panelist.....Diego Avalos, Arizona State University

  • Panelist.....Lori Walkington, University of California Riverside

  • Panelist.....Elvia Ramirez, California State University Sacramento

Session 23 Parlor A Thursday • 12:00 PM–1:30 PM

Teaching Sociology: Service Learning and Student Engagement[ Research in Progress Session]

Organizer: April Cubbage, Saddleback College

Presider: Anna Smedley, University of Nevada, Las Vegas


  • Beyond the Classroom: The Impact on Professional Development and Interpersonal Skills with Student Involvement in Service Learning Locally and Globally.....Marilyn Moore, California Baptist University; Carol Minton, California Baptist University; Douglas Wallace, California Baptist University

  • Connecting the Classroom and Community: Assessing the Impact of Reflections in a Service Learning Course.....Janet Armentor, California State University Bakersfield

  • Engaged Pedagogy: Service Learning and Research with Undergraduates in a Substance Abuse Prevention Program with Native American Youth.....Julie Beicken, Rocky Mountain College; Terran Brown, Rocky Mountain College

  • SLICES of Mentorship: Service Learning as Capacity Building.....Anna Smedley, University of Nevada, Las Vegas; Kimberly Tejchma-Sandford, University of Nevada, Las Vegas; Vanessa Nez, University of Nevada Las Vegas

  • Structure & Agency Issues with Coordinating an Internship Capstone Course......Brian Smith, Central Michigan University
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