Publications

  • Hagerman, Margaret Ann. 2017. “Race Scholarship ‘With, By, and For’ Children: How Critical Youth Studies Can Inform Research on
    Hagerman, Margaret Ann. 2017. “Race Scholarship ‘With, By, and For’ Children: How Critical Youth Studies Can Inform Research on Race.” Sociology Compass 11(8):e12501.
  • Hagerman, Margaret Ann. 2017. “‘The Celebrity Thing’: Using Photographs of Celebrities in Child-Centered, Ethnographic Interview
    Hagerman, Margaret Ann. 2017. “‘The Celebrity Thing’: Using Photographs of Celebrities in Child-Centered, Ethnographic Interviews with White Kids about Race.” Pp. 302-324 in Sociological Studies of Children and Youth. Vol.
  • Cover for Stacy Haynes, Violence and Victim, Haynes, Cares and Ruback, "Reducing the Harm of Criminal Victimization: The Role of Restitution."
    Stacy Haynes, Violence and Victim, Haynes, Cares and Ruback, "Reducing the Harm of Criminal Victimization: The Role of Restitution."
  • Cover for Stacy Haynes, Sociological Focus, Haynes and Cares. "Victims' and Offenders' Views about Crime and Justice.”
    Stacy Haynes, Sociological Focus, Haynes and Cares. "Victims' and Offenders' Views about Crime and Justice.”
  • Cover for Stacy Haynes, Criminal Justice Review, Haynes and Rader. “Concerns about Crime for Self and Others: An Analysis of Individual and Contextual Effects.”
    Stacy Haynes, Criminal Justice Review, Haynes and Rader. “Concerns about Crime for Self and Others: An Analysis of Individual and Contextual Effects.”
  • Dr. Leslie Hossfeld, Agenda for Social Justice, "Solutions to the Social Problem of Food Insecurity in the United States"
    Dr. Leslie Hossfeld, Agenda for Social Justice, "Solutions to the Social Problem of Food Insecurity in the United States."
  • "Perspectives on Ethno-National Conflict among Kurdish Families with Members in the PKK."
    Mr. Ismail Yigit (and Dr. Tahir Abbas) "Perspectives on Ethno-National Conflict among Kurdish Families with Members in the PKK."  
  • Cover for Dr. Kecia Johnson, Journal of Black Studies, Johnson and Losocco "Black Marriage through the Prism of Gender, Race and Class." 
    Dr. Kecia Johnson, Journal of Black Studies, Johnson and Losocco "Black Marriage through the Prism of Gender, Race and Class." 
  • Johnson, et al
    Dr. Kecia Johnson, Dr. Kenya McKinley, Dr. Leslie Hossfeld, Dr. Brittney Oliver, Claudette Jones, Laura Jean Kerr and Maria Trinh. "God Always Provides:" Challenges and Barriers in Food Assistance Delivery in Missisisppi, Journal of Community Development, September 2017.

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