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2 Teaching Sociology: Innovations, Changes, and Challenges 89th Annual Meeting/Conference of the Pacific Sociological Association March 28-31, 2018, in Long Beach, California President: Amy Orr, Linfield College Vice President: Wendy Ng, San Jose State University 2018 Program Committee Program Chair Amy Leisenring, San Jose State University Shweta Adur, CSU Los Angeles Regional Studies, Transnationalism, Globalization, and Development Sabrina Alimahomed-Wilson, CSU Long Beach Race, Class, Gender; Sociology of Islam Stephanie Anckle, University of Texas, Rio Grande Valley---Childhood and Youth Manuel Barajas, CSU Sacramento Latinx Sociology Christopher Chase Dunn, UC Riverside Politics and the State (Political Sociology) Kara Dellacioppa, CSU Dominguez Hills Peace, War, and the Military Laura Earles, Lewis and Clark State College Environmental Sociology Sharon Elise, CSU San Marcos Graduate Fair Robert Gardner, Linfield College Art, Culture, and Popular Culture Stacy George, Whitworth University Religion Black Hawk Hancock, DePaul University Ethnography; Food and Society Gary Hytrek, CSU Long Beach Local Arrangements Joe Johnston, Gonzaga University Education, other than Higher Education Robert Kettlitz, Hastings College Undergraduate Roundtables and Poster Sessions Kelsy Kretschmer, Oregon State University Social Movements and Social Change Vincent Laus, CSU Stanislaus Asian/Asian American Sociology Amy Leisenring, San Jose State University Medical Sociology Jackie Logg, Cabrillo College Teaching Sociology: Community Colleges Marcia Marx, CSU San Bernardino Race/ethnicity Susan Murray, San Jose State University Teaching Sociology Tanya Nieri, UC Riverside Crime, Law, and Deviance Jodi O Brien, Seattle University Sexualities Laury Oaks, UC Santa Barbara Intimate Relationships, Families, and Reproductive Politics Robert Obrien, University of Oregon Methods; Population and Demography Marjukka Ollilainen, Weber State University Gender Daniel Olmos, University of Denver Migration/Immigration Matt Rafalow, Google Media and Communication Ranita Ray, University of Nevada Las Vegas Social Stratification, Inequality, and Poverty Michelle Robertson, St. Edwards University Sport and Leisure William Rocque, University of the Redlands Social Psychology, Identity, and Emotions Preston Rudy, San Jose State University Work and Organizations Kristy Shih, Central Michigan University Darby Southgate, Los Angeles Valley College---Applied, Clinical, and Public Sociology Elizabeth Sowers, CSU Channel Islands Economic Sociology Yu Tao, Stevens Institute of Technology Science and Technology Deborah Thorne, University of Idaho Life Course and Aging Carol Ward, Brigham Young University Urban and Community Studies Sandra Way, New Mexico State University---Education, Higher Education Jake Wilson, CSU Long Beach Marxist Sociology/Critical Sociology; Labor and Labor Movements Jason Wollschleger, Whitworth University Theory From Program Chair Amy Leisenring I first met Amy Orr when we served on the PSA Nominations Committee together in In subsequent years we served on several Program Committees together and also served on overlapping years as PSA Council members. I've thus gotten to know her fairly well over the years and have enjoyed seeing her at annual PSA conferences. I've always been very impressed with Amy's work style. She is committed, patient, resourceful, genuine, and unflappable. She is extremely dedicated to PSA. The theme she selected for this year's conference reflects her commitment to teaching and to students. When she asked me to serve as this year's Program Chair, I knew that working with her would only be a positive experience. It has been a true honor to work with her in putting together the 2018 conference. I would like to thank the 2018 Program Committee members. This year's conference would not have been successful without their time, effort, and expertise. I would also like to give a huge thank you to our Executive Director, Lora Bristow, for her knowledge, hard work, and patience. She has been a pleasure to work with. 2

3 Table of Contents Welcome to Long Beach, from Jeannine Pearce, 2nd District Council Person...4 Note of Appreciation from the President of PSA.5 Meeting Highlights PSA Awards Receptions, Sessions Sponsored by Committees, Author-Meets-Critics Sessions, Film Sessions PSA Committee Lists and Meetings Wednesday, March 28 Overview Wednesday Sessions Thursday, March 29 Overview Thursday Sessions Friday, March 30 Overview..32 Friday Sessions Saturday, March 31 Overview Saturday Sessions Index of Participants (by Session Number) Past Presidents and Meetings Map Session and Reception Rooms PSA Officers and Council (Board of Directors) President: Amy Orr, Linfield College Vice President: Wendy Ng, San Jose State University Treasurer: Patricia Gwartney, University of Oregon Secretary: Tina Burdsall, Portland State University Council: Vikas Gumbhir, Gonzaga University Cynthia Siemsen, CSU Chico Judith Liu, University of San Diego Linda Henderson, St. Mary s University, Calgary Marcia Hernandez, University of the Pacific Sharon Elise, CSU San Marcos Amanda Admire, UC Riverside (also Past President Karen Pyke, UC Riverside; Past Vice President Michelle Camacho, U. of San Diego; President Elect Elaine Bell Kaplan, U. of Southern California; Vice President Elect Kathy Kuipers, U. of Montana) PSA Officers and Council (Board of Directors) President: Elaine Bell Kaplan, U. of Southern California Vice President: Kathy Kuipers, U. of Montana Council: Linda Henderson, St. Mary s University, Calgary Marcia Hernandez, University of the Pacific Sharon Elise, CSU San Marcos Lora Vess, University of Alaska Southeast Susan Mannon, University of the Pacific Katja Guenther, UC Riverside Uriel Serrano, UC Santa Cruz (also Past President Amy Orr, Linfield College; Past Vice President Wendy Ng, San Jose State University; President Elect Dennis Downey, CSU Channel Islands; Vice President Elect Ellen Reese, UC Riverside) PSA Staff: Lora Bristow, Executive Director P.O. Box 4161, Arcata CA Sociological Perspectives: Editors Matthew Carlson, Hyeyoung Woo, and Lindsey Wilkinson, and Managing Editor Elizabeth Withers, Portland State University 3

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5 A NOTE OF APPRECIATION FROM THE PRESIDENT I would like to take a moment to welcome everyone to Long Beach and the 89 th Annual Meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association, and to thank all who have been instrumental in planning the program and organizing the meeting. We have another great program this year due to the initiative and diligence of many fabulous people. I would like to thank Amy Leisenring, our Program Chair, who did an amazing job of planning/coordinating the program. Amy has been very engaged with the PSA for many years, and it was an honor to have her serve in this position. Those of you who have had an opportunity to work with her will not be surprised to hear that she went above and beyond the normal tasks associated with this position. Amy also selected a fantastic program committee, who meticulously worked on special sessions and organizing papers from the open call into numerous high-quality sessions. I would like to extend a special thank you to Robert Kettlitz for his work as the undergraduate coordinator. For many years now, he has organized hundreds of undergraduate submissions into roundtables and poster sessions. He understands the importance of our students in the organization, and ensures that they have a positive experience. I would also like to thank Gary Hytrek, who not only chaired the Social Conscience Committee, but also served as our local expert in Long Beach. He was instrumental in planning the tours and entertainment. In addition, thank you to all of the PSA committee chairs and committee members, as well as the individual PSA members, who organized sessions around the theme (as well as several other sessions). They had no obligation to undertake this task. We will benefit from all of their hard work. In addition, I would like to thank several others who have played a key role in making this meeting, and the PSA, a success. For example, it has been wonderful working with such a committed Board of Directors. Thank you for all of the time that you devote to the PSA. I would also like to extend a special thank you to Lora Bristow, our Executive Director. Lora does the work that keeps our organization running, and much more. One cannot truly understand what this entails until you have had an opportunity to work with her behind the scenes (and, even then, you still cannot get the full picture). Those inside and outside of the PSA often throw things at Lora that would cause many of us to break. I am extremely grateful that she holds this position. I would also like to thank Wendy Ng, our Vice President. I have had the privilege of working with Wendy in a number of different ways, and, regardless of the task at hand, she is thoughtful, organized, and dedicated. Moreover, I would like to thank Tina Burdsall for always being willing to step forward when help is needed. Her work as the PSA secretary, and as the volunteer coordinator, has been invaluable. Additionally, I would like to thank Patricia Gwartney for the many ways that she has served. Patty brings a wealth of knowledge to our organization, and her input and remarkable eye for detail is always appreciated. There are many others to whom I am grateful as well. I would like to thank, for example, the editors and editorial board of Sociological Perspectives, as well as the Publications Committee, for all of the time and energy that they commit to the journal. We all benefit from your devotion. I would also like to thank several organizations with whom the PSA has built strong partnerships. These include, but are not limited to, Alpha Kappa Delta, the American Sociological Association, SAGE, and Sociologists for Women in Society (SWS). These relationships are incredibly important and beneficial for all involved. Next, I greatly appreciate all of the individuals who give to the PSA in a variety of ways. In addition to those already mentioned above, I would specifically like to thank all of the terrific student volunteers who have given their time to making the registration process run smoothly, and the many generous individuals who have donated to the Endowment Fund and the Endowment Auction. Finally, to all of our meeting participants, without you, there would be no need to convene. Thank you for your commitment to making the annual meeting of the PSA a vibrant, intellectual forum. I am greatly honored to have served as president of the PSA this year. Thank you for giving me this opportunity. Congratulations to our next two presidents, Elaine Bell Kaplan and Dennis Downey. You will be great. Amy J. Orr, Ph.D. President, Pacific Sociological Association 5

6 Thematic Sessions Broad Challenges Wednesday 1:45 PM 3:15 PM Teaching and Learning in a Climate of Oppression and Surveillance, Sponsored by Committee on Civil Rights & Civil Liberties Organizer: Desire Anastasia, MSU Denver Presentations submitted through the open call for papers: Panopticon and Data Brokers: Evolution of Control (Ralph Pioquinto, CSU LA) Responsible Employees Question Title IX System: When Civil Rights Programs Adopt Legal Logics and Blend with Power Interests (Jessica Cabrera, UC Irvine) Diversity and Inclusion Development at Cal State, East Bay (Duke Austin and Deepika Mathur, CSU East Bay) Perceptions of Women`s Academic Leadership, Challenges and Opportunities for Change at a Predominantly Hispanic Serving Institution (Kara Dellacioppa and Anthony Normore, CSU Dominguez Hills) Thursday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM The New Era of Campus Politics: Struggles over Ideology and Identity in Four Battleground States American university campuses are both the subject of, and home to, political contentiousness not seen since the 1960s. Both now and 50 years ago, students have been key mobilizing agents, staging protests and other events to advocate their political perspectives. Despite the commonalities, the current period is marked by additional forces. First, the Trump presidency has created opportunities for previously illegitimate political actors, such as white nationalists, to use university campuses as beachheads for their movement. Second, as recent polls have shown, student unrest is paired with a growing, overall public mistrust in the mission of higher education, as evidenced by critique on issues ranging from free speech to college debt. Third, large national organizations--thus far, particularly on the right--have underwritten student activism on campus in an unprecedented fashion. Expanding on themes each of us has developed in prior research on conservative activism, in this project, we study student activism across the political spectrum during academic year Our research design is to focus on public flagship campuses in four battleground states--arizona, Colorado, Virginia, and North Carolina--with a particular eye to how national organizations, university resources, and student groups intersect in the production of campus politics. In this session, we will present findings from two of our case study campuses. Organizer: Amy J. Orr, Linfield College Speakers: Amy Binder, UC San Diego; Jeffrey Kidder, N. Illinois University Thursday 1:45 PM 3:15 PM Fighting Fake News with Project Censored: A Workshop for Educators, Students, and Concerned Citizens Are you an educator interested in adding media literacy to your courses? Are you a student who wants to study media, propaganda, and censorship? Are you a media consumer concerned about fake news? For over 40 years, Project Censored has been monitoring the state of our free press while exposing corporate media and government censorship and propaganda. The Project produces an annual book (published by Seven Stories Press in New York) that lauds intrepid independent journalists and promotes critical media literacy education. In their latest work, they discuss the importance of press freedoms and public education in a "post-truth" world of so-called alternative facts and fake news. The Project highlights the work of reporters who write about crucial issues for independent/alternative publications year around and remind the public why we need fearless investigative journalists now more than ever. Project Censored continues to critique the increase of Junk Food News and News Abuse (propaganda) in our infotainment culture, and through their college affiliate programs, they strongly promote critical media literacy education as the real antidote to our fake news culture-- not big tech algorithms, blacklists, or censorship. Join the conversation in this informative presentation and workshop and learn more about what you can do help fight fake news and support a truly independent and free press both inside the classroom and out in the public sphere. Organizer: Amy J. Orr, Linfield College Facilitators: Mickey Huff and Andy Lee Roth, Project Censored Teaching Sociology Wednesday 8:00AM 5:00 PM AKD Workshop on Teaching and Learning Are you looking for ways to increase student learning without exhausting yourself in the process? Join colleagues interested in teaching pedagogy, practical application, and the scholarship of teaching and learning from a variety of academic settings in a workshop designed to expose the inner workings of course design, student engagement, meaningful learning, and effective assessment. Participants will craft a unique workshop experience from a selection of roundtable discussions best suited to their individual interests and needs. Time will be allocated for networking with colleagues interested in sharing ideas, gaining support, and building collaboration, so participants are encouraged to bring business cards to share. Wednesday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Research on Teaching: Engaged Educators Organizer: Susan Murray, San Jose State University Presentations submitted through the open call for papers: Applying Journalism and Sociological Theories on a Contemporary Problem To Facilitate Better Learning (Ralph Pioquinto, CSU LA) Improving Outcomes: Coordinating Teaching Methods to Course Objectives (Christina Sanchez Volatier, Western New Mexico University) Teaching U.S. Civics to Senior Adults: Social Relations, Solidarity and Collective Strength (Daisy Herrera, CSU LA) Cultivating Quantitative Literacy in the Introductory Course: Assessing the Effectiveness of Instructional Videos (Dennis Downey and J. Brooke Ernest, CSU Channel Islands) Wednesday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Rethinking Course Design and Effective Pedagogy Organizer: Susan Murray, San Jose State University Presentations submitted through the open call for papers: Beyond Traditional Cultural Competencies in Teaching Sociology (Carol Minton-Ryan, California Baptist University) Sociology of Neuroscience and The Emotional Process of Teaching (Corina Diaz, Cerritos College) Designing Effective Experiential Learning Despite Time and Resource Constraints (Akiko Yasuike, California Lutheran University) Faculty Experiences with Creating and Implementing Service Learning Courses (Leslie Abell, California State University Channel Islands) My Journey with Openstax Tutor Beta (Deidre Tyler, Salt Lake Community College) 6

7 Wednesday 3:30 PM 5:00 PM Teaching Ethnography Teaching, as Gary Alan Fine reminds us, is like ethnographic fieldwork, in that it is always dirty work. As a result, we must ask how does this dirty work get done inside and outside the classroom? In attempting to answer this question, this panel brings together a diverse group of ethnographers to discuss the multiple ways we engage in teaching ethnography. as craft/academic labor, teaching ethnography as a theory and method, and teaching ethnography as public engagement and as profession. Organizer: Black Hawk Hancock, DePaul University Invited Panelists: Andrew Deener, University of Connecticut; Susan Mannon, University of the Pacific; Daniel Morrison, Vanderbilt University; Melanie Gast, University of Louisville Thursday 8:30 AM 10:00 AM Teaching as Social Justice, Social Justice as Teaching Organizer: Susan Murray, San Jose State University Presentations submitted through the open call for papers: Teaching Social Welfare Policy through a Comparative Analysis (Nina Michalikova, U. of C. Oklahoma) Fighting Food Insecurity With Student Engagement (Amanda Studebaker, CSU Bakersfield) Embodying Ethnographic Data: An Interactive Approach for Teaching Intersectionality (Jeffrey Gardner, Sam Houston State University; Ashleigh McKinzie, Middle Tennessee State University) Understanding "Gobbledygook": Sociology Students` Information Literacy in an Era of Fake News and Fake Science (Katy Pinto, CSU Dominguez Hills) Thursday 8:30 AM 10:00 AM Teaching Sociology at Community College: Innovations, Changes, and Challenges I, Sponsored by the Committee on Community Colleges Organizer: Jackie Logg, Cabrillo College The first of two sessions that address issues related to teaching sociology at community colleges. Presentations submitted through the open call for papers: Teaching Social Problems at a Community College: Incorporating Local Social Problems (Matthew Gougherty, Yakima Valley College) Intersecting Social Problems: Rethinking Course Curriculum (Zendina Mostert, Salt Lake Comm. College) CBL in Action: Community College Students Engaging in Community Outreach with Local Middle Schools (Heidi Esbensen, Portland State University) Thursday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Teaching Introduction to Sociology: Best Practices to Construct the Sociological Imagination, Sponsored by the Committee on Teaching Organizer: Ting Jiang, Metropolitan State University of Denver. Presentations submitted through the open call for papers: Sociology Speaks: Sociology as a Multi-disciplinary Tool-kit (Timothy Larkin, Grand Canyon University) Teaching Introduction to Sociology in a First Year Success Classroom (Ting Jiang, MSU of Denver) How to Teach Race and Ethnicity Effectively in Classrooms? (Huiying Hill, Weber State University) Using Sociological Images to Develop the Sociological Imagination (Georgiana Bostean and Lisa Leitz, Chapman University) Connecting the "Selfie" to the Sociological Imagination: A Description and Analysis of a Photo Class Activity (Jason Leiker, Julie Gast, Emma Earl, and Lindsey Marchant, Utah State University) Thursday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Teaching Race and Ethnic Relations: Challenges and Opportunities, Sponsored by the Committee on Teaching Organizer: Elvia Ramirez, CSU Sacramento Presentations submitted through the open call for papers: A DisCrit Analysis of Special Education Teacher Beliefs about the Intersections of Disability and Race (Saili Kulkarni, CSU Dominguez Hills) Making Black Life Matter on an Historically White Campus (Emily Drew, Willamette University) Navigating Racialized Cultural Practices in Transracial Adoptive Families (Horizon Worden, Northern Arizona University) Thursday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Going Open: A Critical Analysis of the Radical Open Education Revolution Open Education is a social movement that has addressed the rising costs of Higher Education by offering free or low cost textbooks to faculty and students. This workshop will give an overview of the Open Education movement, honestly discuss the strengths and weaknesses that this approach has experienced and make a plan to ensure that this movement maintains academic rigor for our field. Organizer: Zendina Mostert, Salt Lake Comm. Coll. Panelists: Dan Poole and Zendina Mostert, Salt Lake Community College; Ramona Pires, San Bernardino Valley College; T.L. Brink, Crafton Hills College Thursday 1:45 PM 3:15 PM Best Practices in Building Memorable and Meaningful Learning Experiences in Introduction to Sociology, Sponsored by the Committee on Teaching Organizer: Jimiliz Valiente-Neighbours, Point Loma Nazarene University Presentations submitted through the open call for papers: "Writing as Thinking" in the Introductory Sociology Classroom (Megan Alpine, UC Santa Cruz) Challenging the "US verse Them" Thinking in an Introduction to Sociology Course (Shanell Sanchez, Southern Oregon University; Nicholas Park) Some Thoughts on Making Introduction to Sociology "Sociological" (Linda Henderson, St. Mary`s University, Calgary) Teaching in the Iron Cage: Innovative Prison Education (Zendina Mostert, Salt Lake Community College) Thursday 5:15 PM 6:45 PM Teaching During Tough Times: Using Videos in the Classroom This session is about how to use media effectively to teach about difficult topics. A variety of film/ video clips will be shown to provide faculty sources for their own classroom use. The subject matter of the media will be discussed along with the various courses and theoretical concepts for which showing them would be appropriate. All resources will be shared with participants. This session will also focus on how to facilitate discussions about content that is controversial and that may challenge students` perceptions of the world. Organizer: Marcia Marx, CSU San Bernardino Panelists: Marcia Marx, Patricia Little, Mary Texeira, and Elsa Valdez, CSU San Bernardino 7

8 Friday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Teaching Up: Teaching about Privilege as a Traditionally Marginalized Person, Sponsored by Committee on Teaching A diverse panel of sociology faculty including veteran faculty, community college faculty, online and adjunct faculty who identify as being from a variety of groups traditionally marginalized due to race, gender, sexual orientation, and religion discuss their experiences teaching about privilege in their classes. They will share personal anecdotes as well as techniques and best practices for teaching about privilege, and also allow time for an in-depth discussion and Q&A during the panel session. You are invited to come and share your experiences as we learn from each other. Organizer: Celeste Atkins, Cochise College Invited Panelists: Celeste Atkins, Cochise College; Alondo (A.C.) Campbell, Santa Ana College; Elsa Valdez, California State University, San Bernardino; Lata Murti, Brandman University; Jean-Pierre Gatillon, Mt. San Antonio College Friday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM GIFTS: Great Ideas for Teaching Sociology, Sponsored by Emeritus and Retired Sociologists Committee Presenters will have around minutes to discuss/present an idea or technique or assignment, etc. that has worked for them in the classroom. Any area or subject in sociology is welcomed. The purpose of the session is to have members of the audience leave with something they can use to improve learning and teaching; that is they will leave with a gift from the presenters. Organizer: Dean Dorn, CSU Sacramento Panelists: Todd Migliaccio, Aya Ida, Patricia Morris, Yusuke Tsukada, and Dylan Baker, CSU Sacramento; Linda Henderson, St. Mary`s University, Calgary; Dennis Downey and J. Brooke Ernest, CSU Channel Islands Friday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM How Dare You Teach That: The Gendered Classroom, Sponsored by the Committee on the Status of Women Organizer: Judy Hennessy, Central Washington University Presentations submitted through the open call for papers: Feminist Oceanic Pedagogy: Learning and Teaching Interflow (Penny-Bee Kapilialoha Bovard, U. of Hawaii at Manoa) Gendering Environmental Justice: Developing a Structural and Intersectional Analysis and Sense of Collective Agency in the Classroom (Lori Baralt, CSU Long Beach) Nobody Asked for It: Teaching about Sexual Assault and Violence in a Criminology Course, Challenges and Opportunities for the Feminist Scholar (Stacy McGoldrick and Erika DeJonghe, Cal Poly Pomona) Friday 1:45 PM 3:15 PM Engaged Pedagogies I Organizer: Susan Murray, San Jose State University Presentations submitted through the open call for papers: A Knapsack for Student Engagement: Innovative Student Activities (Santos Torres and Debra Welkley, CSU Sacramento) Active Learning Strategies to Use in Online Classes (Patricia Hoffman, New Mexico State University) The Pedagogical Power of the Post-It Note (Kathryn Hadley, Hanover College) Using Documentary Photography in the Sociology Classroom (Susan Mannon, University of the Pacific) The Sociology Style Assessment: A "Personality" Type Tool that Help Students Recognize the Core Areas of Sociological Theory They Already Resonate With (Daniel Davis, UC San Diego) Saturday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Reflections on Teaching by Emeritus and Retired Faculty, Sponsored by Emeritus and Retired Sociologists Committee This session dovetails on the theme of the PSA 89th annual meetings: "Teaching Sociology: Innovations, Changes, and Challenges." Panelists will address pedagogical evolution over time; effective strategies and techniques for teaching sociology; teachable moments; and reflections and hindsight on teaching. The session will conclude with Q&A between panelists, followed by audience Q&A. Organizer: Anthony Cortese, Southern Methodist University Invited Panelists: Gary Cretser, Cal Poly Pomona; Glenn Goodwin, University of La Verne; Jean Stockard, University of Oregon; J. Daniel McMillin, California State University, Bakersfield; Patricia Hoffman, New Mexico State University Saturday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Engaged Pedagogies II Organizer: Susan Murray, San Jose State University Presentations submitted through the open call for papers: Narrative Storytelling in Teaching Sociology (Chelsea Platt, Park University) Teaching through Self-Disclosure (Amanda Brand, Northern Arizona University) What Matters to You? Constructing Understanding and Finding Passion through Student-Created Podcasts: the Value of Digital Storytelling in the Classroom (Risa Garelick, Northern Arizona University) Teaching Student Presentations: New Techniques for Effective Learning (Terri Anderson, UCLA) Research into Action: Raising the Racial Literacy of White-Identified Faculty (Susan Murray, San Jose State University) Saturday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Teaching Sociology at Community College: Innovations, Changes, and Challenges II, Sponsored by the Committee on Community Colleges Organizer: Dan Poole, Salt Lake Community College The second of two sessions that address issues related to teaching sociology at community colleges. Presentations submitted through the open call for papers: Barnga: Teaching Culture with a Silent Card Game (Dan Poole, Salt Lake Community College) Colored Girls and Controlling Images: Using Multiracial Feminist Theory to Transform Pedagogy (Celeste Atkins, Cochise College) Introducing the "Contingent Labor Conditions Score": A Tool for Building Equity Among Contingent and Non-Contingent Faculty Across Institutions (Daniel Davis, UC San Diego) Socio-Culture Adjustment of International Students in Ahmedabad City, Gujarat (Jhaver Patel, Gujarat University Ahmedabad India; Subhash Pandar, Gujarat Vidhyapith) 8

9 Sociology Programming/Curriculum Thursday 8:30 AM 10:00 AM Preparing for a Program Review This session is a professional workshop lead by members of the American Sociological Association's Department Resources Group, a part of the Academic and Professional Affairs Program of the ASA. DRG consultants are highly-trained individuals who are familiar with the latest developments in sociology curriculum, national standards and best practices including the 2017 ASA document The Sociology Major in the Changing Landscape of Higher Education: Curriculum, Careers and Online Learning (Pike et. al.). This workshop will help departments prepare for an upcoming program review. Organizer/Facilitator: Jeff Chin, LeMoyne College and Panelist Shirley A. Jackson, Portland State University Thursday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Redesigning the Sociology Curriculum: Principles, Priorities, and Challenges The Sociology Program at CSU Channel Islands is completing an extensive multi-year process to redesign its curriculum, guided by best practices and principles (primarily from the ASA "liberal learning" documents, but drawing on a range of sources from inside and outside the discipline). We will present a number of key components of our work in an attempt to distill the lessons that we have learned along the way -- as well as to identify specific priorities (and how they were reached) and specific challenges (in terms of content, and in terms of buy-in) that have been addressed along the way. We believe that our experiences are timely, given the recent release of the newest ASA Liberal Learning document (LL3) which will encourage programs to update their curricula for the 21st century challenges that our students confront. We will leave plenty of time for Q&A from audience members who may be considering their own curricular revisions. Organizer: Dennis Downey, CSU Channel Islands Panelists: Leslie Abell, Dennis Downey, Reha Kadakal, Sunghee Nam, Luis Sanchez, Elizabeth Sowers, and Lindsey Trimble-O Connor, CSU Channel Islands Thursday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM A Conversation about the Master s Degree in Sociology This workshop will provide an extended and fully participatory conversation about the MA in sociology. Using the classic SWOT analysis frame work, workshop participants will be guided through a discussion of the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and threats for MA programs in today`s higher ed context. Particular focus will be given to identifying practical and positive short term, medium term, and long term responses to each element of the analysis. Organizer: Wendy Ng, SJSU Presenter: Margaret Weigers Vitullo, ASA Friday 1:45 PM 3:15 PM The Sociology Major in the Changing Landscape of Higher Education This workshop builds on the American Sociological Association`s work in building undergraduate curriculum and connecting this to changing practices in higher education, including online education as well as career outcomes for the sociology major. We will discuss recommended practices for sustaining high quality and comprehensive sociology programs for undergraduates, best practices in development of curriculum, and how the sociology major is situated within the broader scope of higher education. Organizer: Wendy Ng, SJSU Presenter: Margaret Weigers Vitullo, ASA Saturday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Building Pathways for Student Success: Lessons from a Regional Partnership between 2- year and 4-year Institutions The panel represents the primary partners in a Regional Sociology Council, sponsored through a grant to increase the transfer pipeline from 2- year institutions to the public regional 4-year university, and to increase student success once they have made the transfer. The panel includes faculty from both types of institutions, and will discuss lessons from our ongoing partnership to find specific initiatives that we can undertake to promote student transfer and success -- including faculty and student exchanges across institutions, and curricular redesign and alignment. The panel will focus on our particular experiences, but will be designed to inform other potential partnerships between 2-year and 4-year institutions, as a crucial linkage in contemporary higher education. Organizer: Dennis Downey, CSU Channel Islands Panelists: Dolores Ortiz and Juan Pitones, Oxnard College; Lauri Moore, Ventura College; Reha Kadakal and Dennis Downey, CSU Channel Islands Publishing Scholarship on Teaching and Learning Thursday 3:30 PM 5:00 PM Publishing Scholarship on Teaching and Learning: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology (TRAILS) and Teaching Sociology, Sponsored by Committee on Teaching Do you want to learn how to contribute to the scholarship of teaching and learning within the discipline of sociology? Are you presenting the results of an innovative pedagogical strategy at this year`s meeting? This interactive workshop, led by editorial leaders representing the Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology (TRAILS) and the journal Teaching Sociology (TS), will provide information on publication outlets for your work. Workshop participants will discuss the differences in submissions to TRAILS and TS, as well as ways that the two resources are creating bridges. Discussions will illuminate expectations for research articles, research notes, conversation submissions, and book/video reviews in TS, and provide opportunities for attendees to craft a submission outline. The structure and content of TRAILS submissions will be presented. Various assessment strategies will be considered, as well as formulation of measurable learning goals. Strategies of strengthening submissions will be examined. Additionally, under-examined areas of inquiry will be identified, along with guidance on ways to formulate projects to fit into unexplored domains. This workshop will be especially useful for meeting attendees who are presenting original work on pedagogy and curriculum design at the annual meeting. Organizer: Elvia Ramirez, CSU Sacramento Invited Panelists: Stephen Sweet, Ithaca College; Michele Lee Kozimor-King, Elizabethtown College; Margaret Weigers Vitullo, ASA; Julie Pelton, University of Nebraska, Omaha 9

10 Mentoring Wednesday 3:30 PM 5:00 PM Student Mentoring and Support: Experiences, Strategies, and Innovations, Sponsored by the Endowment Committee Organizer: Amanda M. Shigihara, SUNY College at Old Westbury Presentations submitted through the open call for papers: Starting a URM Mentoring Program for Undergraduate Sociology Majors at a PWI in the Inland Northwest: Experiences of First Generation Latinx Graduate Students (Gina Castillo and Marisa Cervantes, Washington State University) "I`m Not Supposed to Be Here.": Mentoring First Generation Undergraduate and Graduate Students in the Cal State University System (Mary Robertson, CSU San Marcos) "What is Your Research Question?" Motivating and Guiding Masters Students in an Applied Research Setting (Andrew Prelog, University of Northern Colorado) Mentoring Students To and Through Publication (Amy Wilkins, University of Colorado, Boulder) Cultivating Students` Academic Skills and Career Opportunities with the Sociology/Criminology Club (Amanda M. Shigihara, SUNY College at Old Westbury) Thursday 3:30 PM 5:00 PM How Can New Graduates Market Sociology as a Skill Set, Sponsored by Committee on Practice, Applied, and Clinical Sociology Organizer: Robert E. Kettlitz, Hastings College Getting a Job with Sociology by taking SALT - Skills, Articulation, Language and Trends (Stephen Steele, Emeritus, Anne Arundel Community College) Community-Based Population Health: Sociology Students as Research Consultants (Sophie Nathenson, Oregon Institute of Technology) Career Readiness: How New Graduates Build A Career Route with Sociology Major (Jacob Huang, Fresno Pacific University) Translating Sociological Knowledge into Sellable Jobs Skill (Robert E. Kettlitz, Hastings College) Thursday 5:15 PM 6:45 PM Alpha Kappa Delta Chapter Representative Meeting The session will focus on the great opportunities that are available to AKD chapters and members, and will also provide an occasion to share ideas with, and ask questions of, other chapter representatives in the region (for example, what works? What does not? How do you...?). Organizer: Amy J. Orr, Linfield College Panelists: Amy J. Orr, Linfield College; Michele Lee Kozimor-King, Elizabethtown College; Jeff Chin, LeMoyne College Friday 8:30 AM 10:00 AM Brag Away! Preparing CVs and Resumes for Academia and the Workforce, Sponsored by Student Affairs Committee The objective of this workshop is to provide guidance for undergraduate and graduate students seeking to further their academic studies or gain employment. Our focus will be building a vita from the ground up. We will begin by differentiating resumés and vitas, basic formatting, what to include, and how to best highlight strengths without adding padding. We will follow with tailoring CVs to different career and academic goals. Finally, students will have an opportunity to participate in an interactive CV review with faculty members on the panel. Organizer: Danielle Duckett, CSU Sacramento Invited Panelists: Danielle Duckett, CSU Sacramento; Meggan Jordan, Jennifer Whitmer, and Sneha Dutta, CSU Stanislaus Friday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Fostering Future Graduate Students in Community Colleges, Sponsored by the Committee on Community Colleges Organizer: Rebecca Romo, Santa Monica College and James McKeever of Los Angeles Pierce College Presentations submitted through the open call for papers: Creating an Academic Pipeline from the Community College to Graduate School (Rebecca Romo, Santa Monica College) If You Really Want to Diversify the "Ivory Tower" You Need Community College Students! (James McKeever, Los Angeles Pierce College) Formerly Incarcerated Students in Academia: Examining the Inclusion of Community Colleges Students as a Method of Creating a Culture of Continued Higher Education and Graduate Studies in Formerly Incarcerated Students (Kevin Gonzalez, CSU Los Angeles) Disrupting the Status Quo: Equitizing Education through Pathways for Students (Pamela Williams-Paez, College of the Canyons) Jobs in Academia Thursday 1:45 PM 3:15 PM Teaching as Latinx Faculty in Higher Education This panel will focus on the experiences of Latinx faculty in the classroom and as professional academics. The presenters will cover a range of topics that relate to faculty who teach in community colleges and at the university level, including working with a diverse student body, cultural taxation, mentorship, and the demands of contingent labor. Organizer: Michael Chavez, CSU Long Beach Invited Panelists: Michael Chavez, CSU Long Beach; Juan Pitones, Oxnard College; Rebecca Romo, Santa Monica College; Shigueru Tsuha, Pierce College; Claudia Lopez, CSU Long Beach; Yanira Fuentes, Riverside City College Friday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Preparing Graduate Students for Teaching-Focused Colleges and Universities The purpose of this session is to help prepare graduate students, many of whom attend R1 programs, for jobs and positions at teaching-oriented schools. This session was sparked by the idea that many graduate students who plan to apply to teaching-oriented schools are not exposed to them, and thus may not fully understand how these smaller schools may differ from R1 schools. Topics of this session may include how to prepare job application materials, the ways in which the work environment differs, the expectations placed on faculty in teaching-oriented schools, and other insights useful for students who are interested in pursuing teaching-oriented schools after graduate school. Organizer: Eric Allen, Washington State University Invited Panelists: Jodi O`Brien, Seattle University; Lindsey Trimble-O`Connor, CSU Channel Islands; John Stover, Santa Rosa Junior College Petaluma; Marisol Clark-Ibáñez, CSU San Marcos Friday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Be The Change You Wish To See In The World: Teaching Careers At The Community College Level, Sponsored by Committee on Community Colleges This panel will address the opportunities and rewards (as well as the challenges) presented by teaching at the community college level. Panelists 10

11 ranging from beginning to veteran instructors, who represent colleges in several different states, will share their experiences and have an in-depth Q&A regarding community college teaching as an academic career option. Organizer: Celeste Atkins, Cochise College Invited Panelists: Celeste Atkins, Cochise College; Alondo (A.C.) Campbell, Santa Ana College; Linda Rillorta, Mt. San Antonio College; David Hyde, South Puget Sound Community College; Elizabeth Bennett, Central New Mexico Community College Friday 1:45 PM 3:15 PM Applying for Jobs in Academia Panelists from different types of collegiate institutions discuss the issues and pitfalls of applying for jobs in academia, both in general and specific issues to the type of institution. Organizer: Todd Migliaccio, CSU Sacramento Invited Panelists: Aya Ida and Todd Migliaccio, CSU Sacramento; Christy Glass, Utah State; Amy J. Orr, Linfield College; Sally Raskoff, Los Angeles Valley College Friday 3:30 PM 5:00 PM And Now For Something Completely Different: How to Get a Job at a Community College, Sponsored by Committee on Community Colleges Getting a job at a community college is very different from landing employment at a four year institution. This panel will examine the process of job acquisition at the community college level in four states (California, New Mexico, Utah and Arizona) and provide attendees with a number of hints and tips to assist in the job search and interview processes. Organizer: Harry Mersmann, San Joaquin Delta College Invited Panelists: Sharon Yee, Chandler Gilbert Community College; Dan Poole, Salt Lake Community College; Ami Mezahav, Flathead Valley Community College; Elizabeth Bennett, Central New Mexico Community College; Harry Mersmann, San Joaquin Delta College Support Student Travel Grants to PSA Purchase an item at the Silent Auction, or donate cash, check, or by credit card The Silent Auction is located in the Regency Ballroom Foyer, on the 4th floor meeting room area. Come peruse the fabulous items donated by PSA attendees and committees. Bids on items will close at noon on Friday; items must be paid for and picked up by noon on Saturday. You can pay by cash, check, or credit card. The Auction is sponsored by the PSA Endowment Committee. Direct donations of money to Student Travel Grants can also be made to the cash jars. See a student volunteer if you want to donate by credit card. Each year, PSA gives 50 grants of $125 to students who are presenting at the conference. Once facet of PSA s mission is to support the next generation of sociologists our students. Thank you for your donations towards this purpose! Book Exhibit by the Library of Social Science The book exhibit, run by the Library of Social Science, is located in Recency Ballroom H (the corridor area) on the 4th floor meeting room area. If you have a question, stop by the PSA registration area in the 4th floor Regency Foyer. Student Volunteers will be happy to help you. The registration desk is open from 7:30 am to about 7 pm (1 pm Saturday). You can also pick up handouts about Long Beach (including on discounts at various tourist attractions and places to eat!) from the convention and visitors bureau. PSA AWARDS 2018 Distinguished Undergraduate Student Paper Award: Viraji Weeraseena, University of California, Riverside The Structural Sources of Violent Crimes in Post-Civil War Sri Lanka (presenting in Undergraduate Roundtable Politics and the State I on Friday, March 30, 10:15-11:45 am) Distinguished Graduate Student Paper Award: Armand Rene Gutierrez, University of California San Diego The Determinants of Remittances among the Children of Mexican- and Filipino-American Migrants (presenting in session Youth, Mobility, and Immigrant Incorporation on Thursday, March 29, 1:45-3:15 pm) Social Conscience Award: Khmer Girls in Action, of Long Beach, California Early Career Award for Innovation in Teaching Sociology: Aya Kimura Ida, California State University Sacramento Distinguished Scholarship Award: Jennifer Reich, University of Colorado Denver Book: Calling the Shots: Why Parents Reject Vaccines (New York University Press, 2016) Find Jennifer at an author s table signing books during the Presidential Reception, Friday, March 30. Distinguished Contribution to Sociological Perspectives Award: Kevin Estep Constructing a Language Problem: Statusbased Power Devaluation and the Threat of Immigrant Inclusion Volume 60:3 (June 2017) Honorable Mention: Hui Liu, Corinne Reczek, Samuel C.H. Mindes, and Shannon Shen The Health Disparities of Same-sex Cohabitors at the Intersection of Race-ethnicity and Gender Volume 60:3 (June 2017) 11

12 MORE SPECIAL SESSIONS AND EVENTS Receptions Wednesday, March 28 6:45-9 pm Beacon Ballroom A Welcome Reception Meet folks from various PSA committees, enjoy piano by local CSU LB Music Faculty Mark Uranker, snack on fancy savory and sweet treats. Cash bar available. Thanks to Cengage for helping sponsor this reception, and the PSA Membership Committee for coordination. Thursday, March 29 6:45-9 pm Beacon Ballroom A Sociological Perspectives Reception Meet the editorial team of PSA s official journal, editorial board members, authors in the upcoming special issue on ethnography, and more. Long Beach style fish tacos, select craft beers and wine available until it is gone! Friday, March 30 8:30-10 am Beacon Ballroom B PSA Business Meeting Learn and ask about PSA finances, governance, etc with PSA leaders. Light snacks. 6:45-8:30 pm Beacon Ballroom A Presidential Reception Celebrate after the Presidential Address and Awards Ceremony! Pasta bar and more. Cash bar available. 8:30-10 pm Regency Ballroom A Student Reception Students enjoy flatbread pizzas, sweets, games, prizes, giveaways, and more. Thanks to the PSA Student Affairs Committee for coordinating, and book exhibit publishers for donations! Local Tours---pre-registration required! Thursday, March 29 12:00-2:00 pm Toxic Tour of Long Beach, led by Taylor Thomas, Research and Policy Analyst for East Yard Communities for Environmental Justice An exploration of polluting facilities sited in environmental justice communities through a 'Toxic Tour'. We will discuss environmental racism, issues of land use and zoning, and community-generated solutions, among other things. By bus, max. 50 participants. $15 regular/$10 students Meet in the main lobby of the hotel, by the front door. Follows information session 10:15-11:45 am, to learn about local health equity and environmental justice work by Building Healthy Communities and East Yard Communities for Environmental Justice 6:00-7:30 pm Harbor Tour of Long Beach, led by Mario Gonzalez of the Port of Long Beach See Long Beach from the sea at sunset time! Complimentary non-alcoholic beverages. Bring light jacket, arrive at least 10 minutes prior to sailing at Dock 2, Rainbow Harbor, next to the Aquarium of the Pacific (8-10 minute,.5 mile walk from the conference hotel). Free must preregister by March 24! Max.70 participants. Author-Meets-Critics Sessions Thursday, March 29 12:00-1:30 pm Girls and Juvenile Justice: Power, Status, and the Social Construction of Delinquency/Carla P. Davis Friday, March 30 12:00-1:30 pm The Rise and Fall of An Urban Sexual Community: Malate (Dis)placed/Dana Collins Film Sessions Thursday, March 29 5:15-6:45 pm Teaching During Tough Times: Using Videos in the Classroom Friday, March 30 3:30-5:00 pm Becoming Johanna (2016) Sessions for Specific Groups Wednesday, March 28 3:30-5:00 pm Sister to Sister: A Talking Circle with and for Black Women Thursday, March 29 5:00-6:00 pm Sociologists for Women in Society Happy Hour (no host bar) at The Sky Room, 40 South Locust, a 5 minute walk from the conference hotel. Networking event hosted by the SWS West Chapter. We welcome current, lapsed and returning, and those interested in finding out more about joining SWS. This event supports the SWS commitment to Transforming the academy through feminist leadership, career development and institutional diversity. SWS is also committed to social justice and feminist scholarship: SWS publishes a leading journal Gender and Society. See socwomen.org. Appetizers provided. Raffle of free memberships for new members. Cash bar. Limited space: RSVP to 5:15-6:45 pm Alpha Kappa Delta Chapter Representative Meeting Friday, March 30 1:45-3:00 pm CSU Sociology Department Chairs Meeting Sessions of Special Interest to Students Thursday, March 29 10:15-11:45 am All My Friends Are Stressed: Mental Health, Social Support, and Self-Care in Graduate School, Sponsored by Student Affairs Committee 12:00-1:30 pm You Belong Here: Overcoming the Imposter Syndrome, Sponsored by Student Affairs Committee 1:45-3:15 pm Student Scholar Activism in the Wake of Trump, Sponsored by Student Affairs Committee 3:30-5:00 pm How Can New Graduates Market Sociology as a Skill Set, Sp. by Comm. on Practicing, Applied, and Clinical Sociology Friday, March 30 8:30 am-3:15 pm Undergraduate Roundtables 10:15 am-3:15 pm Undergraduate Posters 8:30-10:00 am Brag Away! Preparing CVs and Resumes for Academia and the Workforce, Sponsored by Student Affairs Committee 12:00-1:30 pm Be The Change You Wish To See In The World: Teaching Careers At The Community College Level 1:45-3:15 pm Applying for Jobs in Academia 3:30-5:00 pm PSA 2018 Grad Fair--come meet with representatives of graduate programs! And Now For Something Completely Different: How to Get a Job at a Community College 8:30-10:00 pm Student Reception--students--come play games, win prizes, eat, meet new friends, enjoy! 12

13 Thank you to our student volunteers for their help at the PSA registration area and with session room technology, and to Volunteer Coordinator Tina Burdsall. Sessions Sponsored by PSA Committees Wednesday, March 28 1:45-3:15 pm Teaching and Learning in a Climate of Oppression and Surveillance, Sponsored by the Committee on Civil Rights & Civil Liberties 3:30-5:00 pm Student Mentoring and Support: Experiences, Strategies, and Innovations, Sponsored by the Committee on Endowment 5:15-6:45 pm Sociological Stars Distinguished Lecture, Sponsored by the Emeritus and Retired Committee: Routes to Roots: Immigrant Home-Making in the Era of Fortified Borders Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo Thursday, March 29 8:30-10 am Teaching Sociology at Community College: Innovations, Changes, and Challenges I, Sponsored by the Committee on Community Colleges 10:15-11:45 am Teaching Introduction to Sociology: Best Practices to Construct the Sociological Imagination, Sponsored by the Committee on Teaching All My Friends Are Stressed: Mental Health, Social Support, and Self-Care in Graduate School, Sponsored by Student Affairs Committee Gendered Resistance to the Socio-political Landscape, Sponsored by the Committee on the Status of Women Place Matters: Health Equity and Environmental Justice in Long Beach, Sponsored by Committee on the Status of Racial and Ethnic Minorities (Followed by Toxic Tour see Local Tours section for more information) 12:00-1:30 pm Teaching Race and Ethnic Relations, Sponsored by Committee on Teaching You Belong Here: Overcoming the Imposter Syndrome, Sponsored by Student Affairs Committee 1:45-3:15 pm Best Practices in Building Memorable and Meaningful Learning Experiences in "Introduction to Sociology", Sponsored by the Committee on Teaching Student Scholar Activism in the Wake of Trump, Sponsored by Student Affairs Committee Publishing Scholarship on Teaching and Learning: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology (TRAILS) and Teaching Sociology, Sponsored by Committee on Teaching How Can New Graduates Market Sociology as a Skill Set, Sponsored by Committee on Practicing, Applied, and Clinical Sociology 5:15-6:45 pm Baby, You are My Religion: Women, Gay Bars, and Theology Before Stonewall (Gender, Theology and Spirituality) with Author Marie Cartier, Sponsored by the Committee on the Status of LGBTQ Persons How to Get Your Article Published, Sponsored by the Publications Committee Friday, March 30 8:30-10:15 am Brag Away! Preparing CVs and Resumes for Academia and the Workforce, Sponsored by Student Affairs Committee Immigration and Women, Sponsored by the Committee on the Status of Women 10:15-11:45 am Teaching Up: Teaching about Privilege as a Traditionally Marginalized Person, Sponsored by Committee on Teaching Fostering Future Graduate Students in Community College, Sponsored by the Committee on Community Colleges LGBTQ: Life Course, Aging, and Health, Sponsored by the Committee on the Status of LGBTQ Persons 12:00-1:30 pm Exploring the Experiences of Student Mothers in Higher Education, Sponsored by Committee on the Status of Women Be The Change You Wish To See In The World: Teaching Careers At The Community College Level, Sponsored by Committee on Community Colleges How Dare You Teach That: The Gendered Classroom, Sponsored by the Committee on the Status of Women GIFTS: Great Ideas for Teaching Sociology, Sponsored by Emeritus and Retired Sociologists Committee 1:45-3:15 pm Racial Disparities in Women`s Health, Sponsored by the Committee on Status of Women 3:30-5:00 pm And Now For Something Completely Different: How to Get a Job at a Community College, Sponsored by Committee on Community Colleges Ethnic Studies Programs: Promises and Pitfalls, Sponsored by the Committee on Status of Racial and Ethnic Minorities Saturday, March 31 10:15-11:45 am Reflections on Teaching by Emeritus and Retired Faculty, Sponsored by Emeritus and Retired Sociologists Committee 12:00-1:30 pm Teaching Sociology at Community College: Innovations, Changes, and Challenges II, Sponsored by the Committee on Community Colleges PSA Committee Meetings Wednesday, March 28 3:30-5:00 pm Membership Committee; Student Affairs Committee; Nominations Committee (closed) Thursday, March 29 8:30-10:00 am Council (Board Meeting) 10:15-11:45 am Committee on Practicing, Applied, and Clinical Sociology; Committee on Community Colleges 12:00-1:30 pm Publications Committee; Committee on the Status of Women 1:45-3:15 pm Committee on Freedom of Research and Teaching; Emeritus and Retired Sociologists Committee 3:30-5:00 pm Committee on the Status of LGBTQ Persons; Endowment Committee; Committee on Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Friday, March 30 10:15-11:45 am Committee on Committees (closed); Committee on the Status of Racial and Ethnic Minorities 12:00-1:30 pm Awards Committee Meeting (closed) 3:30-5:00 pm Committee on Teaching Saturday, March 31 8:30-10:00 am Council (Board Meeting) 12:00-1:30 pm All Committees Sharing/Debrief: For representatives from PSA committees 13

14 PSA Committees Awards Committee Friday, March 30, 12-1:30 pm (closed) Augustine Kposowa, UC 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 To begin service in 2018: Deborah Paterniti, Sonoma State University Christina Sanchez Volatier, U. of Western NM Committee on Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Thursday, March 30 3:30-5 pm Desire Anastasia-Cartwright, MSU Denver Pamela McMullin-Messier, Central Washington Kara Dellacioppa, CSU Dominguez Hills Duke Austin, CSU East Bay Sabrina Alimahomed-Wilson, CSU L.Beach Heather Marek, University of Oregon To begin service in 2018: Zendina Mostert, Salt Lake Comm. College Committee on Community Colleges Thursday, March 29, 10:15-11:45 am Daniel Poole, Salt Lake Community College Celene Fuller, College of the Canyons Harry Mersmann, San Joaquin Delta College Ami Mezahav, Flathead Valley Comm.College Sneha Dutta, CSU Stanislaus To begin service in 2018: Michael Mulcahy, C Washinton University Tonmar Johnson, Solano Comm. College Committee on Freedom of Research and Teaching Thursday, March 29, 1:45-3:15 pm Berch Berberoglu, U. of Nevada Reno Ann Strahm, CSU Stanislaus Katherine Everhart, N. Arizona University Allison Ford, University of Oregon To begin service in 2018: Daniel Morrison, Vanderbilt University Pete Simi, Chapman University Committee on Practicing, Applied, and Clinical Sociology Thursday, March 29, 10:15-11:45 am Sophie Nathenson, Oregon Inst. of Tech. Greg Gibson, Kent State University Stephanie Machado, Oregon Inst. of Tech. Jacob Huang, Fresno Pacific University To begin service in 2018: Stephen Steele, Emeritus/Retired Meggan Jordan, CSU Stanislaus Committee on the Status of Racial and Ethnic Minorities Friday, March 30, 10:15-11:45 am Alicia D. Bonaparte, Pitzer College Nelson Pichardo Almanzar, C. Washington Alexis Grant, Humboldt State University Jose Padin, Portland State University Shweta Adur, CSU Fullerton To begin service in 2018: Christina Baker, Sonoma State U. Xuan Santos, CSU San Marcos Lori Walkington, UC Riverside Committee on the Status of LGBTQ Persons in Sociology Thursday, March 29, 3:30-5 pm Don Barrett, CSU San Marcos Sean Davis, Mira Costa College JayeCee Whitehead, Pacific University Lora Stone, University of New Mexico Gallup Meredith Williams, Humboldt State University Griff Tester, Central Washington University To begin service in 2018: Ann Travers, Simon Fraser University Janae Teal, Humboldt County DHHS Committee on the Status of Women Thursday, March 29, 12-1:30 pm Alicia M. Gonzales, CSU San Marcos Krystale Littlejohn, Occidental College Richelle Swan, CSU San Marcos Michelle Robertson, St. Edward s University To begin service in 2018: Ryanne Pilgeram, U. of Idaho Sojung Lim, Utah State University Committee on Teaching Friday, March 30, 3:30-5 pm Elvia Ramirez, CSU Sacramento Kristin Haltinner, University of Idaho Jason Leiker, Utah State University Timothy Larkin, Grand Canyon University To begin service in 2018: Michelle Robertson, St. Edward s Emeritus and Retired Sociologists Committee Thursday, March 29, 1:45-3:15 pm Dean Dorn, CSU Sacramento Gary Cretser, CSU Pomona Bob Obrien, University of Oregon Tony Cortese, Southern Methodist University To begin service in 2018: Glenn Goodwin, University of La Verne Don Barrett, CSU San Marcos Membership Committee Wednesday, March 28, 3:30-5 pm Celeste Atkins, Cochise College Martin Orr, Boise State University Keith Farrington, Whitman College Lisa Jones, University of the Pacific To begin service in 2018: Matthew Grindal, U. of Idaho Anthony Roberts, CSU Los Angeles PSA Endowment Committee Thursday, March 29, 3:30-5 pm Linda Henderson, St. Mary s Coll. Calgary Stephanie Anckle, Claremont Graduate U. Tina Burdsall, Portland State University Karen Seccombe, Portland State University Amanda Shigihara, SUNY at Old Westbury To begin service in 2018: Susan Murray, San Jose State University Linda Rillorta, Mt. San Antonio College Social Conscience Committee No meeting work is complete Gary Hytrek, CSU Long Beach Stephanie D auria, Vanguard U. Katie Dingeman-Cerda, CSU Los Angeles Student Affairs Committee Wednesday, March 28, 3:30-5 pm Laura Earles, Lewis-Clark State College Danielle Duckett, CSU Sacramento Uriel Serrano, CSU LA Rocio Garcia, UCLA To begin service in 2018: Vikas Gumbhir, Gonzaga University Lori Fazzino, University of Nevada Las Vegas Nominations Committee (2018 Ballot) Wednesday, March 28, 3:30-5 pm (closed) Karen Pyke, UC Riverside Christy Glass, Utah State University Sine Anahita, University of Alaska, Fairbanks To begin service in 2018: Marcia Marx, CSU San Bernardino Publications Committee Thursday, March 29, 12-1:30 pm Black Hawk Hancock, DePaul University Matthew Carlson, Sociological Perspectives Hyeyoung Woo, Sociological Perspectives Lindsey Wilkinson, Sociological Perspectives Lora Bristow, The Pacific Sociologist Robert Futrell, UNLV Marta Elliott, University of Nevada Reno Janine Schipper, Northern Arizona University To begin service in 2018: Allison Hurst, Oregon State University Carl Stempel, CSU East Bay Committee on Committees to select committee appointments beginning 2019 (closed) Friday, March 30, 10:15-11:45 am Wendy Ng, San Jose State University Kim Korinek, University of Utah Erich Steinman, Pitzer College Ann Travers, Simon Fraser University Ann Strahm, CSU Stanislaus Tanya Nieri, UC Riverside To begin service in 2018: Shirley Jackson, Portland State University Christy Glass, Utah State University Katy Pinto, CSU Dominguez Hills PSA Committee Meetings are noted under committee titles; unless marked as closed, these meetings are open to any attendees. All Committees Saturday, March :30 pm Representatives of committees meet to share, collaborate, etc. PSA Business Meeting Friday, March 30 8:30-10 am Learn more about PSA; snacks! Other meetings of specific PSA groups: Wednesday, March :30 pm PSA Chairs & Editors Lunch 1:45-3:15 pm Orientation for New Officers and Council Members Thursday, March 29 8:30-10 am PSA Council 12-1:30 pm PSA 2019 Program Committee Brunch Saturday, March 31 8:30-10 am PSA Council 14

15 Overview of Wednesday Sessions Note: Pre-registration required for AKD Workshop. To participate in PSA sessions must pay PSA registration. Try the PSA 2018 Program App! View and sort by session topic, speaker, and more. Build your personal agenda, find updates from PSA, connect with other attendees, and checkout social media feeds about the conference. To get the FREE app for your Apple or Android phone, go to socio.events/app/get to download and install the app. Sign Up and setup your Profile. Go the Events Tab, select Search for an Event, find PSA 2018: Pacific Sociological Association 89th Annual Conference. Select Join Now and use the passphrase PSA2018. Wednesday Evening Events Latinx Sociology Sociological Stars Distinguished Lecture: Routes to Roots: Immigrant Home-Making in the Era of Fortified Borders Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo Beacon Ballroom B 5:15-6:45 pm Welcome Reception All PSA registrants welcome! Beacon Ballroom A and Rotunda 6:45-9 pm Thanks to Cengage Publishers for providing financial support. 15

16 Wednesday, 28 March Note: You must be registered with AKD to participate in their Workshop. You must be registered with PSA to participate in all other sessions. Session 1 Regency Ballroom A, B, C Wednesday 8:00 AM 9:15 AM Alpha Kappa Delta Workshop on Teaching and Learning: Welcome and Breakfast Organizer: Jeff Chin, LeMoyne Coll. and Alpha Kappa Delta Panelists.Jeff Chin, LeMoyne Coll. and Alpha Kappa Delta; Amy Orr, Linfield Coll.; Michele Lee Kozimor-King, Elizabethtown Coll. Session 2 Regency Ballroom A, B, C Wednesday 9:30 AM 10:30 AM Alpha Kappa Delta Workshop on Teaching and Learning: Roundtables Session 1 Organizer: Jeff Chin, LeMoyne Coll. and Alpha Kappa Delta "It's the Little Things": Taking a Step Towards Building a More Inclusive Learning Environment...Celeste Atkins, Cochise Coll. Internationalizing the Curriculum...Christine Oakley, Washington State U. Publishing Your SoTL Paper in Teaching Sociology and/or TRAILS...Michele Lee Kozimor-King, Elizabethtown Coll.; Julie Pelton, U. of Nebraska Omaha What's in it for Me? The ASA's New Report The Sociology Major in the Changing Higher Education Landscape: Curriculum, Careers and Online Learning...Margaret Weigers Vitullo, American Sociological Association Pedagogy of Undergraduate Research...Marie Butler, Oxnard Coll. Making Sociology Personal, Local, and Global for Students: Cengage's Sociology Team Session 3 Regency Ballroom A, B, C Wednesday 10:45 AM 11:45 AM Alpha Kappa Delta Workshop on Teaching and Learning: Roundtables Session 2 Organizer: Jeff Chin, LeMoyne Coll. and Alpha Kappa Delta Using Simulation Games...Jeff Chin, LeMoyne Coll. and Alpha Kappa Delta Taking Students Abroad: Global Learning at Home and Abroad...Christine Oakley, Washington State U. Establishing or Revitalizing a Chapter of Alpha Kappa Delta...Michele Lee Kozimor-King, Elizabethtown Coll. Teaching Sociology in Prison...Stephen Steele, Emeritus, Anne Arundel Community Coll. Teaching with Strengths: Using the Clifton Strengths Inventory in the Classroom...Barbara Prince, Bowling Green State U. Making Sociology Personal, Local, and Global for Students: Cengage's Sociology Team Session 4 Regency Ballroom A, B, C Wednesday 12:00 PM 1:00 PM Alpha Kappa Delta Workshop on Teaching and Learning: Lunch and Keynote by Earl Babbie Organizer: Jeff Chin, LeMoyne Coll. and Alpha Kappa Delta Panelist.Earl Babbie, Chapman U. PSA Sessions 12-1:30 pm Wednesday Session 5 Beacon Ballroom A Wednesday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM PSA Committee Chairs and Editors Lunch Invitees: Augustine Kposowa, UC Riverside; Desire Anastasia, Metropolitan State U. of Denver; Dan Poole, Salt Lake Community Coll.; Celene Fuller, U. of Nevada, Las Vegas; Berch Berberoglu, U. of Nevada, Reno; Sophie Nathenson, Oregon Institute of Technology; Dr Alicia Bonaparte, Pitzer Coll.; Nelson Pichardo Almanzar, Central Washington U.; Don Barrett, CSU San Marcos; Sean Davis, Mira Costa Coll.; Alicia Gonzales, CSU San Marcos; Elvia Ramirez, CSU Sacramento; Dean Dorn, CSU Sacramento; Celeste Atkins, Cochise Coll.; Linda Henderson, St. Mary's U., Calgary; Stephanie Anckle, The U. of Texas, Rio Grande Valley; Laura Earles, Lewis-Clark State Coll.; Danielle Duckett, CSU Sacramento; Matthew Carlson, Portland State U.; Hyeyoung Woo, Portland State U.; Lindsey Wilkinson, Portland State U.; Elizabeth Withers, Portland State U.; Lora Bristow, Pacific Sociological Association; Tina Burdsall, Portland State U.; Patricia Gwartney, U. of Oregon; Karen Pyke, UC, Riverside; Michelle Camacho, U. of San Diego; Amy Orr, Linfield Coll.; Wendy Ng, San Jose State U.; Elaine Bell Kaplan, U. of Southern California; Kathy Kuipers, U. of Montana; Amy Leisenring, San Jose State U.; Sharon Davis, U. of La Verne; Vikas Gumbhir, Gonzaga U.; Cynthia Siemsen, CSU Chico; Judith Liu, U. of San Diego; Marcia Hernandez, U. of the Pacific; Sharon Elise, CSU San Marcos; Amanda Admire, UC Riverside; Robert E. Kettlitz, Hastings Coll. Session 6 Pacific Wednesday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Theory: Approaches to Knowing 16 [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session] Organizer & Presider: Jason Wollschleger, Whitworth U. A Logic for Research that Changes the World: The Pragmatic Imperative to Change Oneself...Greg Wurm, Brigham Young U. Habitus and the Problem of Deliberate Cognition...Cory Caswell, UC San Diego Session 7 Regency Ballroom D Wednesday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Education Higher Education: Pathways to Persistence [Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Sandra Way, New Mexico State U. Presider: Carol Ward, Brigham Young U. "I Am a Scientist Too!" - Understanding Native Undergraduate Experiences with STEM Internships...Carol Ward, Meagan Rainock, Jake Wixom, Liberty Tatham, Hannah Horan, and Mandy Pershing, Brigham Young U. Latino Mentorship in STEM: Relating Early Experiences to Educational Trajectories and Pedagogical Practices in STEM...Mariana Gomez, Melissa Gussman, Claudia Kouyoumdjian, Jessica Morales-Chicas, and Mauricio Castillo, CSU, Los Angeles Small Moments and First Generation Students...Candan Duran-Aydintug, U. of Colorado Denver The Effects of Motivation and Interdependence on Coll. Achievement for Latino and White Students in STEM...Sandra Way and Jennifer Krautkremer, New Mexico State U.

17 Session 8 Regency Ballroom E Wednesday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Teaching Sociology: Research on Teaching: Engaged Educators [Formal Paper Session] Organizer: Susan Murray, San Jose State U. Presider: Christina Sanchez Volatier, Western New Mexico U. Applying Journalism and Sociological Theories on a Contemporary Problem To Facilitate Better Learning...Ralph Pioquinto, CSU Los Angeles Improving Outcomes: Coordinating Teaching Methods to Course Objectives...Christina Sanchez Volatier, Western New Mexico U. Teaching U.S. Civics to Senior Adults: Social Relations, Solidarity and Collective Strength...Daisy Herrera, CSU Los Angeles Cultivating Quantitative Literacy in the Introductory Course: Assessing the Effectiveness of Instructional Videos...Dennis Downey and J. Brooke Ernest, CSU Channel Islands Session 9 Regency Ballroom F Wednesday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Ethnography: Auto-ethnography [Panel with Presenters] Organizer & Presider: Mehmet Soyer, Utah State U. White Like Me...Scotty Peterson, Utah State U. Modern Woman...Haley Sorensen, Utah State U. Session 10 Seaview Ballroom A Wednesday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Teaching Sociology: Rethinking Course Design and Effective Pedagogy [Formal Paper & Research in Progress] Organizer: Susan Murray, San Jose State U. Presider: Corina Diaz, Cerritos Coll. Beyond Traditional Cultural Competencies in Teaching Sociology...Carol Minton-Ryan, California Baptist U. Sociology of Neuroscience and The Emotional Process of Teaching...Corina Diaz, Cerritos Coll. Designing Effective Experiential Learning Despite Time and Resource Constraints...Akiko Yasuike, California Lutheran U. Faculty Experiences with Creating and Implementing Service Learning Courses...Leslie Abell, CSU Channel Islands My Journey with Openstax Tutor Beta...Deidre Tyler, Salt Lake Community Coll. Session 11 Seaview Ballroom B Wednesday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Race/Ethnicity: Symbolic and Linguistic Constructions of Racial Identity [Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Marcia Marx, CSU San Bernardino Presider: Ynez Wilson Hirst, Saint Mary's Coll. of California 'Yeah, Cuz Everybody Uses It': Coll. Student Use and Interpretation of the N-Word...Rhonda Dugan and Dahna Rasmussen, CSU Bakersfield The N-Word: It Doesn't Mean THAT Anymore...or Does It?...Dahna Rasmussen, CSU Bakersfield Deconstructing Whiteness and White Privilege: White Identity Development in Coll. Students...Ynez Wilson Hirst, Saint Mary's Coll. of California Having Hard Conversations: Parents (Not) Talking about Race...Daniel Eisen, Pacific U. Race and Dress: How Race Acts as a Structuring Ideology for Daily Body Adornment and Modification Among a Diverse Cross-section of Collegiate Women...Angela Nurse, U. of San Diego Carefree, Black Joy: How Social Media Legitimizes Intersecting Identities in Black Millennials...Bianca Gantt, CSU Northridge Session 12 Seaview Ballroom C Wednesday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Intimate Relationships, Families, and Reproductive Politics: The Politics of Contraceptive and Reproductive Healthcare Practices [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Laury Oaks, UC Santa Barbara Presider: Krystale Littlejohn, Occidental Coll. Upholding Ideology, Eroding Autonomy: Gendered Compulsory Birth Control and the Problems of Sex and Gender...Krystale Littlejohn, Occidental Coll. Charting Diverse Coll.-Age Women's Perceptions on Fertility Awareness, Contraceptive Technologies, and Feminism...Laury Oaks, UC Santa Barbara The Role of the Clinician in Constructing Patients' Pregnancy Intentions...Katrina Kimport, UC, San Francisco; Sarah Cowan, New York U. Cancerous Fertility: A Comparative Look at Arrested Reproduction...Kathryn Norton-Smith, U. of Oregon; Dimitra Cupo, U. of Oregon Reproduction in the Welfare State: An Analysis of U.S. Public Spending for Family Planning and Abortion Services...Mikaela Smith, UC Irvine Session 13 Shoreline A Wednesday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Applied, Clinical, and Public Sociology: Dynamics of Mentoring and Practical Applications --Cultivating an Ethos of Mentorship [Workshop with Presenters] Organizer & Presider: Orvic Pada, Claremont Graduate U. Presenters: Michael Perez, CSU Fullerton; Orvic Pada, Claremont Graduate U. Session 14 Shoreline B Wednesday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Education Higher Education: Mechanisms of Control in the Neoliberal University [Panel] Organizer & Presider: Marisa Salinas, UC Santa Barbara Panelists.Idalia Robles De Leon, Oscar Soto, and Marisa Salinas, UC Santa Barbara Thank you to our session Presiders for keeping sessions running smoothly! 17

18 Session 15 Regency Ballroom A, B, C Wednesday 1:15 PM 2:15 PM Alpha Kappa Delta Workshop on Teaching and Learning: Roundtables Session 3 Organizer: Jeff Chin, LeMoyne Coll.ege Chat with Earl Babbie...Earl Babbie, Chapman U. Open Educational Resources...Zendina Mostert, Salt Lake Community Coll. "A Little Bird Told Me": Using Twitter to Increase Student Engagement...Michele Lee Kozimor-King, Elizabethtown Coll. Community Coll. Faculty Teaching Sociology: Findings and Recommendations from the ASA Task Force on Community Coll. Faculty...Margaret Weigers Vitullo, American Sociological Association CBR: Integrating Classroom and Community through Research...Barbara Prince, Bowling Green State U. Making Sociology Personal, Local, and Global for Students: Cengage's Sociology Team PSA Sessions 1:45-3:15 pm Wednesday Session 16 Beacon Ballroom B Wednesday 1:45 PM 3:15 PM Orientation for New Officers and Board Invitees: Lora Bristow, Pacific Sociological Association; Amy Orr, Linfield Coll.; Tina Burdsall, Portland State U.; Patricia Gwartney, U. of Oregon; Elaine Bell Kaplan, U. of Southern California; Kathy Kuipers, U. of Montana; Dennis Downey, CSU Channel Islands; Ellen Reese, UC Riverside; Lora Vess, U. of Alaska Southeast; Susan Mannon, U. of the Pacific; Katja Guenther, UC Riverside; Uriel Serrano, UC Santa Cruz; Marcia Marx, CSU San Bernardino; Shirley A Jackson, Portland State U.; Christy Glass, Utah State U.; Katy Pinto, CSU Dominguez Hills Session 17 Pacific Wednesday 1:45 PM 3:15 PM Theory: Rethinking, Recovering and Deepening Understanding of the Social [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Jason Wollschleger, Whitworth U. Presider: Michael Roberts, San Diego State U. Normativity in Contemporary Sociology: Issues and Perspectives...Baptiste Brossard, The Australian National U. Accounting for Difference: Conceiving 'the Social' in the Era of Accountability...Taylor Cruz, UC San Francisco Political Culture in the Colombian Peace Process...Devin Cornell and Marcelle Cohen, UC Santa Barbara In Search of the Wanderer and Free Spirits: The Ascetic Absence of Nietzsche in American Sociology...Michael Roberts, San Diego State Session 18 Regency Ballroom D Wednesday 1:45 PM 3:15 PM Teaching and Learning in a Climate of Oppression and Surveillance, sponsored by the Committee on Civil Rights & Civil Liberties [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Desire Anastasia, Metropolitan State U. Denver Presider: Jessica Cabrera, UC Irvine Panopticon and Data Brokers: Evolution of Control...Ralph Pioquinto, CSU Los Angeles Responsible Employees Question Title IX System: When Civil Rights Programs Adopt Legal Logics and Blend with Power Interests...Jessica Cabrera, UC Irvine Diversity and Inclusion Development at Cal State, East Bay...Duke Austin, CSU East Bay; Deepika Mathur, CSU, East Bay Perceptions of Women's Academic Leadership, Challenges and Opportunities for Change at a Predominantly Hispanic Serving Institution...Kara Dellacioppa, CSU Dominguez Hills; Anthony Normore, CSU Dominguez Hills Session 19 Regency Ballroom E Wednesday 1:45 PM 3:15 PM Education Higher Education: Intersectionality and Resistance [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Sandra Way, New Mexico State U. Presider: Joanna Perez, CSU Dominguez Hills Mujeres Poderosas: The Educational Experience of CSU Latina Students & Faculty...Joanna Perez, CSU Dominguez Hills; Diana Corral, CSU Dominguez Hills; Crystal Jimenez, CSU Dominguez Hills Revisiting Diversity: On-Campus Inclusion Projects and the Seeds of Organized Resistance...Cam Nguyen, UC Irvine; Miguel Abad, UC, Irvine The Role of Academic Experiences in the Formation of Undocumented Students' Legal Consciousness...Asbeidy Solano, UC Irvine Session 20 Regency Ballroom F Wednesday 1:45 PM 3:15 PM Ethnography: Ethnography at Large [Formal Paper Session] Organizer: Black Hawk Hancock, DePaul U. Presider: Monica Casper, U. of Arizona In(car)nation of The Self: An Ethnography of The Las Vegas Street Car Scene...Celine Ayala, U. of Nevada Las Vegas Higher Education and Cultural Preservation: Breaking Down Borders to Equal Educational Opportunities for Oaxaca's Indigenous Populations Through "Usos Y Costumbres" and Transnational Ties...Natasha Oloughlin, Humboldt State U. Hybrid Ethnography: Observing Humans and Elephants in (Un)Natural Spaces...Monica Casper, U. of Arizona Session 21 Seaview Ballroom A Wednesday 1:45 PM 3:15 PM Migration/Immigration: Mexican Labor in the Globalized US Economy: Then and Now [Panel with Presenters] Organizer & Presider: Michael Calderon-Zaks, Santa Monica Coll. Mexican Track Workers Maintaining the East-West Connection: Incorporation and Resistance...Michael Calderon-Zaks, Santa Monica Coll. The Political Recomposition of a Global Agricultural Working Class...Tomas Madrigal Session 22 Seaview Ballroom B Wednesday 1:45 PM 3:15 PM Race/Ethnicity: Race, Gender, Trauma and Resilience [Panel with Presenters] Organizer & Presider: Merissa Craft, CSU Los Angeles Building Black Wealth via Black Banks...Stephen Fossett, CSU, Los Angeles The Educational Let Down for Black Girls...Brittany Hampton, CSU, Los Angeles How Do the Historical Traumas of Systematic Anti-Black Racism and Sexism Manifest in the Public U. Experience for African American Women?...Briauna Dotson, CSU, Los Angeles Every Day is Halloween with the Imposter Syndrome: Trauma and Healing in Schooling...Betania Santos, CSU, Los Angeles #BlackGirlMagic As a Form of Resistance and Resilience...Merissa Craft, CSU Los Angeles 18

19 Session 23 Seaview Ballroom C Wednesday 1:45 PM 3:15 PM Intimate Relationships, Families, and Reproductive Politics: Diverse Contexts of Violence: Understandings and Interventions [Formal Paper Session] Organizer: Laury Oaks, UC Santa Barbara Presider: Wendy Chan, Simon Fraser U. 'Isn't That The Cycle?': An Examination of the Intergenerational Transmission of Violence Among Low-Income Women...Marisa Cervantes and Jennifer Sherman, Washington State U. At the Intersection of Immigration and Domestic Violence -- The Challenges of Supporting Abused Immigrant Women...Wendy Chan, Simon Fraser U. Black Women and Intimate Partner Violence: An Analysis of Informal Support Networks...Allison Monterrosa, UC Riverside "It's Not Just About Surviving": Women's Online Narratives of Childbirth Trauma...Erin Whitesitt, Northern Arizona U. Session 24 Shoreline A Wednesday 1:45 PM 3:15 PM Applied, Clinical, and Public Sociology: Communities: Social Problems and Solutions [Formal Paper Session] Organizer & Presider: Darby Southgate, Los Angeles Valley Coll. Civil Unrest 25 Years Later: A Profile of Los Angeles Public Opinion Using Data from StudyLA's Quinquennial Los Angeles Riots Surveys...Alex Kempler, Loyola Marymount U. Grassroots Organizing for Housing Justice in the San Joaquin Valley of California: A Critical Community-Based Participatory Action Inquiry...Janine Nkosi, San Jose State U.; Asante Nkosi, UC Santa Cruz C.U.R.L.: Creating, Maintaining and Operating an Applied Research Center on a Large Urban Campus...Darby Southgate, Los Angeles Valley Coll. Session 25 Shoreline B Wednesday 1:45 PM 3:15 PM Crime, Law, and Deviance: Individual-level Factors Associated with Criminal Attitudes and Behaviors Organizer & Presider: Tanya Nieri, UC Riverside [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session] Expanding Theory of Crime to Cyber Space: A Case Study of ATMs Hacking...Kevin Wang, U. of South Florida; Ming-Li Hsieh, U. of Wisconsin Who am I? The Influence of Reflected Appraisals and Self-Identity on Criminal Social Identity...Quinton Alexander, Portland State U. The Progress of Asker v. Governor of California: A Look into the Court Decision Changing California's Use of Solitary Confinement in Prison, the Changes It Implemented, and the Current Progress of Those Changes...Kevin Gonzalez, Monica Medina, and Galinda Villegas, CSU Los Angeles Session 26 Regency Ballroom A, B, C Wednesday 2:30 PM 3:30 PM Alpha Kappa Delta Workshop on Teaching and Learning: Roundtables Session 4 Organizer: Jeff Chin, LeMoyne Coll. and Alpha Kappa Delta Active Learning: Teaching Culture with a Silent Card Game...Dan Poole, Salt Lake Community Coll. Professional Development for Graduate Students and Junior Faculty...Jeff Chin, LeMoyne Coll. and Alpha Kappa Delta Establishing or Revitalizing a Chapter of ALPHA KAPPA DELTA...Michele Lee Kozimor-King, Elizabethtown Coll. Applying Sociology: Career Path or Pathology...Stephen Steele, Emeritus, Anne Arundel Community Coll. Fostering Impactful Classroom Engagement Using Social Media...Abby Fox, Cengage Learning Making Sociology Personal, Local, and Global for Students: the Cengage Sociology Team PSA Sessions 3:30-5 pm Wednesday Session 27 Beacon Ballroom A Wednesday 3:30 PM 5:00 PM Race, Class and Gender: Sister to Sister: A Talking Circle with and for Black Women Organizer: Sharon Elise, CSU San Marcos Session 28 Harbor A Wednesday 3:30 PM 5:00 PM PSA Membership Committee Members: Keith Farrington, Whitman Coll.; Martin Orr, Boise State U.; Lisa Jones, U. of the Pacific; Celeste Atkins, Cochise Coll.; Lora Bristow, Pacific Sociological Association; Matthew Grindal, U. of Idaho; Anthony Roberts, CSU Los Angeles Session 29 Harbor B Wednesday 3:30 PM 5:00 PM PSA Student Affairs Committee Members: Laura Earles, Lewis-Clark State Coll.; Danielle Duckett, CSU Sacramento; Uriel Serrano, UC Santa Cruz; Rocío R. García, UC Los Angeles; Lori Fazzino, U. of Nevada Las Vegas; Tina Burdsall, Portland State U.; Vikas Gumbhir, Gonzaga U. Session 30 Harbor C Wednesday 3:30 PM 5:00 PM PSA Nominations Committee---Closed Members: Karen Pyke, UC, Riverside; Amy Orr, Linfield Coll.; Christy Glass, Utah State U.; Sine Anahita, U. of Alaska Fairbanks; Marcia Marx, CSU San Bernardino Session 31 Pacific Wednesday 3:30 PM 5:00 PM Theory: Existential Sociology Organizer & Presider: Kevin McCaffree, Indiana-Purdue U. (Ft Wayne) Existential Sociology...Jack Fong, Cal Poly Pomona Meaning in a Secularizing World...Kevin McCaffree, Indiana-Purdue U. (Ft Wayne) Religion and Meaning Over the Life Course...Anondah Saide, UC Riverside 19 [Panel with Presenters]

20 Session 32 Regency Ballroom E Wednesday 3:30 PM 5:00 PM Student Mentoring and Support: Experiences, Strategies, and Innovations, Sponsored by the Endowment Committee [Panel with Presenters] Organizer & Presider: Amanda M. Shigihara, SUNY Coll. at Old Westbury Starting a URM Mentoring Program for Undergraduate Sociology Majors at a PWI in the Inland Northwest: Experiences of First Generation Latinx Graduate Students...Gina Castillo and Marisa Cervantes, Washington State U. "I'm Not Supposed to Be Here.": Mentoring First Generation Undergraduate and Graduate Students in the Cal State U. System...Mary Robertson, CSU San Marcos "What is Your Research Question?" Motivating and Guiding Masters Students in an Applied Research Setting...Andrew Prelog, U. of Northern Colorado Mentoring Students To and Through Publication...Amy Wilkins, U. of Colorado, Boulder Cultivating Students' Academic Skills and Career Opportunities with the Sociology/Criminology Club...Amanda M. Shigihara, SUNY Coll. at Old Westbury Session 33 Regency Ballroom F Wednesday 3:30 PM 5:00 PM Ethnography: Teaching Ethnography [Panel with Presenters] Organizer & Presider: Black Hawk Hancock, DePaul U. Panelists.Andrew Deener, U. of Connecticut; Susan Mannon, U. of the Pacific; Daniel Morrison, Vanderbilt U.; Melanie Gast, U. of Louisville Session 34 Seaview Ballroom A Wednesday 3:30 PM 5:00 PM Migration/Immigration: Rights and Realities: Refugee Policies and Differential Inclusion [Formal Paper Session] Organizer: Daniel Olmos, U. of Denver Presider: Gregory Goalwin, CSU Channel Islands "NGO Big Problem My Friend": The Paradox of Refugee Relief in Greece...Tony Silvaggio, Humboldt State U. Hybrid Identities and Ethnic Pathways: Exploring American Jewish Ethnic Return Migration to Israel...Karina Shklyan, UC San Diego Population Exchange and the Politics of Ethno-Religious Fear: the EU-Turkey Agreement on Syrian Refugees in Comparative Perspective...Gregory Goalwin, CSU Channel Islands Session 35 Seaview Ballroom B Wednesday 3:30 PM 5:00 PM Race/Ethnicity: Individuals, Institutions and Racism [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Marcia Marx, CSU San Bernardino Presider: Emmanuel Harris II, U. of North Carolina Wilmington Dark Soil: The Allen Family Farm Endeavor -- An African American Experience...Emmanuel Harris II, U. of North Carolina Wilmington The Invisible among the Forgotten Filipina/os: Strategies of Destigmatization among Filipina/o Methamphetamine Users in Northern California...Vincent Laus, CSU Stanislaus Higher Education as a Racialized Field and Its Implications for HBCUs...Courtney Carter, U. of Nevada Las Vegas What it Means to Be Well in a Society That's Pathologically Ill: Youth of Color Re-Defining Race & Well-Being...May Lin, U. of Southern California White Radicalization, Community, and Fear of Displacement...Yvette Servin, CSU Los Angeles Session 36 Seaview Ballroom C Wednesday 3:30 PM 5:00 PM Intimate Relationships, Families, and Reproductive Politics: Forming Families: Medicine, Technologies, and the State [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Laury Oaks, UC Santa Barbara Presider: Jessica Callahan, UC Irvine Cutting out the Surrogate: How C-sections Are Used to Mediate Kinship Relations in Mexico's Surrogacy Industry...April Hovav, U. of Southern California Reproducing Heteronormativity: How Families Are Portrayed in the Reproductive Market...Laura Halcomb, UC Santa Barbara Racialized Conceptions of Family in Foster Care...Jessica Callahan, UC Irvine Surrogacy and Medicalization: Creating Intimacy and Maintaining Distance through Embodied Labor...Elizabeth Ziff, The New School for Social Research Session 37 Shoreline A Wednesday 3:30 PM 5:00 PM Applied, Clinical, and Public Sociology: Formal Organizations, Policies and Applied Sociology [Formal Paper Session] Organizer: Darby Southgate, Los Angeles Valley Coll. Presider: Christina Martinek, Humboldt State U. "California's Double Edged Sword": Exploring Regional Centers and Limited Conservatorship Policies...Barbara Imle, Portland State U. CASA Advocate Volunteer Experience Assessment...Christina Martinek, Humboldt State U. Client-Worker Linguistic Matching at a County Children's Services Agency...Deirdre Lanesskog and Jose Munoz, CSU San Bernardino Research on Organizational Features of Philanthropic Institutions in Armenia...Marta Mamyan, U. of Nevada, Reno Session 38 Shoreline B Wednesday 3:30 PM 5:00 PM Crime, Law, and Deviance: Macro-level Factors Associated with Crime and Enforcement [Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Tanya Nieri, UC Riverside Presider: Amanda Admire, UC Riverside A Spatial Analysis of Land Use Zones and Crime Rates in Portland, Oregon...Alana R. Inlow, Washington State U. Bureaucratic Constraints and Police Officer Decision Making During Domestic Violence Calls...Amanda Admire, UC Riverside Thank you to our publishing partner, SAGE, for sponsoring conference bags. 20

21 Session 39 Regency Ballroom A, B, C Wednesday 3:45 PM 4:45 PM Alpha Kappa Delta Workshop on Teaching and Learning: Roundtables Session 5 Organizer: Jeff Chin, LeMoyne Coll. and Alpha Kappa Delta Fostering Impactful Classroom Engagement Using Social Media...Abby Fox, Cengage Learning Preparing for a Program Reivew...Jeff Chin, LeMoyne Coll. and Alpha Kappa Delta Establishing or Revitalizing a Chapter of ALPHA KAPPA DELTA...Michele Lee Kozimor-King, Elizabethtown Coll. Open for networking and continuing conversation CBR: Integrating Classroom and Community through Research...Barbara Prince, Bowling Green State U. Making Sociology Personal, Local, and Global for Students: the Cengage Sociology Team Session 40 Regency Ballroom A, B, C Wednesday 4:45 PM 5:00 PM Alpha Kappa Delta Workshop on Teaching and Learning: Next Steps, Resources, and Assessment Organizer: Jeff Chin, LeMoyne Coll. and Alpha Kappa Delta PSA Sociological Stars Lecture 5:15-6:45 pm Wednesday, followed by Welcome Reception 6:45-9 pm Session 41 Beacon Ballroom B Wednesday 5:15 PM 6:45 PM Latinx Sociology: Sociological Stars Distinguished Lecture, Sponsored by the Emeritus and Retired Committee Organizer & Presider: Dean Dorn, CSU Sacramento Routes to Roots: Immigrant Home-Making in the Era of Fortified Borders Pierrette Hondagneu-Sotelo, University of Southern California This lecture will discuss the multiple ways in which diasporic and immigrant communities make "home" for themselves, even under conditions of hostility and ambivalence. Drawing mainly from a study of the Latino immigrant transformation of South L.A., but also referencing scholarship conducted outside of the United States, this presentation will draw attention to dynamics of race and racism, materiality, place and identities in the immigrant home-making process. This immigrant home-making framework is suggested as an alternative to the paradigms of assimilation, transnationalism, and mechanisms of exclusion. Beacon Ballroom A Wednesday 6:45 PM 9:00 PM Welcome Reception--All registrants welcome! Meet folks from various PSA committees, enjoy piano by local CSU LB Music Faculty Mark Uranker, snack on fancy savory and sweet treats. Cash bar available. Thanks to Cengage for helping sponsor this reception, and the PSA Membership Committee for coordination. Thank you to Gary Hytrek, CSU Long Beach, for local arrangements. 21

22 Overview of Thursday Sessions Thursday Evening Events Sociological Perspectives Editors, Editorial Board, Special Issues, and More Reception open to all Beacon Ballroom A and Rotunda 6:45-9 pm If you signed up for the Toxic Tour, meet in the main lobby of the hotel at 11:50 am; the bus will pull up outside and depart at noon. If you signed up for the Harbor Tour, meet at Dock 2 of Rainbow Harbor (a short walk from the conference hotel) at 5:45 pm. 22

23 Thursday, 29 March 8:30-10 am Session 42 Beacon Ballroom A Thursday 8:30 AM 10:00 AM PSA Council (Board Meeting) Members and Guests: Karen Pyke, UC, Riverside; Michelle Camacho, U. of San Diego; Amy Orr, Linfield Coll.; Wendy Ng, San Jose State U.; Elaine Bell Kaplan, U. of Southern California; Kathy Kuipers, U. of Montana; Vikas Gumbhir, Gonzaga U.; Cynthia Siemsen, CSU Chico; Judith Liu, U. of San Diego; Linda Henderson, St. Mary's U., Calgary; Marcia Hernandez, U. of the Pacific; Sharon Elise, CSU San Marcos; Amanda Admire, UC Riverside; Tina Burdsall, Portland State U.; Patricia Gwartney, U. of Oregon; Lora Bristow, Pacific Sociological Association; Matthew Carlson, Portland State U.; Hyeyoung Woo, Portland State U.; Lindsey Wilkinson, Portland State U.; Black Hawk Hancock, DePaul U.; Andrelisa Livingston, SAGE Publications; Dennis Downey, CSU Channel Islands; Ellen Reese, UC Riverside; Lora Vess, U. of Alaska Southeast; Susan Mannon, U. of the Pacific; Katja Guenther, UC Riverside; Uriel Serrano, UC Santa Cruz Session 43 Pacific Thursday 8:30 AM 10:00 AM Labor and Labor Movements: Sociology of Labor [Formal Paper Session] Organizer: Jake Wilson, CSU Long Beach Presider: Joan Meyers, California Polytechnic State U. San Luis Obispo Queer Kabanayan: Racialized Labor Aesthetics and Pinay Sexuality...Karen Villa, CSU San Marcos The New Proletarians: The De-Professionalization of the Professions...Mark Jepson, CSU Channel Islands Worker Cooperatives and the Labor Movement: A History of Struggle over Ownership, Identity, and Democratic Control...Joan Meyers, California Polytechnic State U. San Luis Obispo Session 44 Regency Ballroom C Thursday 8:30 AM 10:00 AM Sociology at Community Coll.: Innovations, Changes, and Challenges I, sponsored by the Committee on Community Colleges [Panel with Presenters] Organizer & Presider: Jackie Logg, Cabrillo Coll. Teaching Social Problems at a Community Coll.: Incorporating Local Social Problems...Matthew Gougherty, Yakima Valley Coll. Intersecting Social Problems: Rethinking Course Curriculum...Zendina Mostert, Salt Lake Community Coll. CBL in Action: Community Coll. Students Engaging in Community Outreach with Local Middle Schools...Heidi Esbensen, Portland State Session 45 Regency Ballroom D Thursday 8:30 AM 10:00 AM Teaching Sociology: Preparing for a Program Review [Workshop with Presenters] Organizer: Jeff Chin, LeMoyne Coll. and Alpha Kappa Delta Presider: Shirley A Jackson, Portland State U. Presenters...Jeff Chin, LeMoyne Coll. and Alpha Kappa Delta; Shirley A Jackson, Portland State U. Session 46 Regency Ballroom E Thursday 8:30 AM 10:00 AM Teaching Sociology: Teaching as Social Justice, Social Justice as Teaching [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Susan Murray, San Jose State U. Presider: Ashleigh McKinzie, Middle Tennessee State U. Teaching Social Welfare Policy through a Comparative Analysis...Nina Michalikova, U. of Central Oklahoma Fighting Food Insecurity With Student Engagement...Amanda Studebaker, CSU Bakersfield Embodying Ethnographic Data: An Interactive Approach for Teaching Intersectionality...Jeffrey Gardner, Sam Houston State U.; Ashleigh McKinzie, Middle Tennessee State U. Understanding "Gobbledygook": Sociology Students' Information Literacy in an Era of Fake News and Fake Science...Katy Pinto, CSU Dominguez Hills Session 47 Regency Ballroom F Thursday 8:30 AM 10:00 AM Education Higher Education: Focus on Faculty [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Sandra Way, New Mexico State U. Presider: Angie Henderson, U. of Northern Colorado Faculty Members Perceptions of Their Academic Freedom in Light of Safe Space, Trigger Warning and Title IX Culture...Jessica Espinosa and Angie Henderson, U. of Northern Colorado Happy at Work?: Job Satisfaction and Contingent Faculty...Gesemia Nelson, Melissa Monson, and Karam Adibifar, Metropolitan State U. of Denver Student Ratings of Professors: Do Professors' Gender, Age, or Race Influence Students' Rating of Professors?...Karam Adibifar, Metropolitan State U. of Denver Why Value Collegiality?: Reflections on the Collegial Academy from a Sociological Perspective...Laura Suski, Vancouver Island U. Session 48 Seaview Ballroom A Thursday 8:30 AM 10:00 AM Migration/Immigration: Undocumented Student Educational Experiences [Panel with Presenters] Organizers: Katie Dingeman-Cerda and William Rosales, CSU Los Angeles Presider: Katie Dingeman-Cerda, CSU Los Angeles The Role of Family Structure and Composition on the Educational Outcomes of Undocumented Students...Vanessa Escobar, CSU Los Angeles The Undocumented Achievement Paradox: Acculturated Stress and Academic Performance of Undocumented Coll. Students...Edwin Rojas, CSU, Los Angeles The Role of Dream Centers in Undocumented Students' Educational Outcomes and Belonging...Jose Guevara, CSU, Los Angeles Session 49 Seaview Ballroom B Thursday 8:30 AM 10:00 AM Education Higher Education: 25 Degrees Starboard: Navigating the CSU through Graduation Initiative 2025 Organizer & Presider: Mary Virnoche, Humboldt State U. Panelists.Jeff Gold, CSU Office of the Chancellor; Amy Leisenring, San Jose State U.; Mary Virnoche, Humboldt State U.; Eileen Walsh, CSU Fullerton 23

24 Session 50 Seaview Ballroom C Thursday 8:30 AM 10:00 AM Gender: Gender: Heterosexual Sex, Consent, and Relationships [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Marjukka Ollilainen, Weber State U. Presider: Kjerstin Gruys, U. of Nevada - Reno "She Just Doesn't Want to Seem Easy": How Traditional Sexual Scripts Shape the Meanings and Practices of Heterosexual Consent...Katelyn Malae, UC Irvine Coll. Men's Conceptualization, Communication, and Interpretation of Sexual Consent...Logan Marg, UC Riverside I'd Like to Be in a Relationship but I'm Not Doing Any More Laundry: How Single Women Age 65+ Feel about Romantic and Sexual Relationships...Kjerstin Gruys andtheresa Skaar, U. of Nevada - Reno Sexual Assault, Infertility, and the Mechanics of Embodied Masculinity...Holly Gregg, New Mexico State U. Session 51 Shoreline A Thursday 8:30 AM 10:00 AM Environmental Sociology: The Formation of Environmental Beliefs, Attitudes, and Behaviors [Formal Paper and Research in Progress] Organizer: Laura Earles, Lewis-Clark State Coll. Presider: Kristin Haltinner, U. of Idaho Influence of Family Socialization on Pro-Environmental Habits...Madison Schoephoerster, U. of Northern Colorado Politicization of Climate Change Concern: Shifting Bases...Daniel Driscoll, UC San Diego The Nature and Nuance of Climate Change Skepticism...Kristin Haltinner and Christina Ross, U. of Idaho We Are Water: Understanding how Indigenous Women Leaders Facilitated Belonging Otherwise at Oceti Sakowin...Yvonne Sherwood, UC Santa Cruz Session 52 Shoreline B Thursday 8:30 AM 10:00 AM Crime, Law, and Deviance: Policies, Practices, and their Effects [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Tanya Nieri, UC Riverside Presider: Deirdre Caputo-Levine, Idaho State U. Teaching Sociology Inside and Out: Prisons, Prisoners and Alternatives...Liam Leonard and Kevin Gonzalez, CSU Los Angeles The Changing Nature of Cannabis Use: From Deviance to (Symptom) Relief...Nicholas Athey, U. of La Verne The Epistemological Basis of "Expert" Country Condition Analysis for LGBT Asylum Claims...Nielan Barnes, CSU Long Beach The Influence of Formal and Bounded Rationality Concerns on White-Collar Criminal Sentencing Outcomes...Lauren Galloway, U. of Nevada, Las Vegas Remaking...Deirdre Caputo-Levine, Idaho State U. 10:15-11:45 am Thursday Session 53 Beacon Ballroom B Thursday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Teaching Sociology: Redesigning the Sociology Curriculum: Principles, Priorities, and Challenges [Panel with Presenters] Organizer: Dennis Downey, CSU Channel Islands Presider: Reha Kadakal, CSU Channel Islands Panelists.Leslie Abell, Dennis Downey, Reha Kadakal, Sunghee Nam, Luis Sanchez, Elizabeth Sowers, and Lindsey Trimble-O'Connor, CSU - Channel Islands Session 54 Harbor A Thursday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM PSA Committee on Practicing, Applied, and Clinical Sociology Members: Sophie Nathenson, Oregon Inst. of Tech; Greg Gibson, Kent State; Stephanie Machado, UC Berkeley; Jacob Huang, Fresno Pacific; Stephen Steele, Emeritus, Anne Arundel Comm. Coll.; Meggan Jordan, CSU Stanislaus Session 55 Harbor B Thursday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM PSA Committee on Community Colleges Members: Dan Poole, Salt Lake Comm. Coll.; Celene Fuller, U. of NV Las Vegas; Harry Mersmann, San Joaquin Delta Coll.; Ami Mezahav, Flathead Valley Comm. Coll.; Sneha Dutta, CSU Stanislaus; Michael Mulcahy, C. WA.; Tonmar Johnson, Solano Coll. Session 56 Pacific Thursday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Labor and Labor Movements: Work, Exploitation, and Resistance [Formal Paper Session] Organizer: Jake Wilson, CSU Long Beach Presider: Michele Cadigan, U. of Washington Improving Economic Development Outcomes for Workers & Residents in Ontario, California: Problems and Policy Solutions...Juliann Allison and Ellen Reese, UC Riverside; Nathaniel Cline, U. of Redlands Becoming a Marihuana Expert: Vulnerability in Contested Markets...Michele Cadigan, U. of Washington Exploitation in the Los Angeles Restaurant Industry...Eric Arce, UC Santa Barbara "Just Ignore the Expiration Date": Organizations, Profits, and the Exploitation of Low-Wage Workers...Janette Diaz, Grossmont Coll. Session 57 Regency Ballroom B Thursday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Urban and Community Studies: Place Matters: Health Equity and Environmental Justice in Long Beach, Sponsored by Committee on the Status of Racial and Ethnic Minorities [Workshop with Presenters] Organizer: Dwaine Plaza, Oregon State U. Presider: Celine Ayala, U. of Nevada Las Vegas Place Matters: Health Equity in Long Beach...Christine Petit and James Suazo, Building Healthy Communities: Long Beach Environmental Justice and Environmental Racism in Long Beach...Taylor Thomas, East Yard Communities for Environmental Justice When it comes to predicting how long you will live, your zip code is more important than your genetic code. Thanks to a 10-year statewide initiative called Building Healthy Communities, communities like Long Beach that have been devastated by decades of racial and economic discrimination are organizing for positive social change to create health and opportunity for all residents. Utilizing community organizing, collaboration, and strategic communications, organizers are building long-term power to change the odds for marginalized people and neighborhoods who face significant health disparities. Note: Toxic Tour of Long Beach follows this session, lead by Taylor Thomas, East Yard Communities for Environmental Justice. You must be pre-registered for the tour. 24

25 Session 58 Regency Ballroom C Thursday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Childhood and Youth: Emerging Adults in Crisis [Formal Paper Session] Organizer: Stephanie Anckle, The U. of Texas, Rio Grande Valley Presider: Martin Monto, U. of Portland The Educational Experiences of Homeless Youth...Stephanie Anckle, The U. of Texas, Rio Grande Valley Youth in Crisis: Are Today's High School and Coll. Students Particularly Troubled, Anxious, and Depressed?...Martin Monto, U. of Portland Understanding Intrinsic Motivations at Summit High School...Matthew Brandel, Northern Arizona U. Youth Identity Formation in High School Marching Band...Jessica Fasano, U. of Nevada, Las Vegas Session 59 Regency Ballroom D Thursday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Teaching Introduction to Sociology: Best Practices to Construct the Sociological Imagination, sponsored by the Committee on Teaching [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Ting Jiang, Metropolitan State U. of Denver Presider: Timothy Larkin, Grand Canyon U. Sociology Speaks: Sociology as a Multi-disciplinary Tool-kit...Timothy Larkin, Grand Canyon U. Teaching Introduction to Sociology in a First Year Success Classroom...Ting Jiang, Metropolitan State U. of Denver How to Teach Race and Ethnicity Effectively in Classrooms?...Huiying Hill, Weber State U. Using Sociological Images to Develop the Sociological Imagination...Georgiana Bostean and Lisa Leitz, Chapman U. Connecting the "Selfie" to the the Sociological Imagination: A Description and Analysis of a Photo Class Activity...Jason Leiker, Julie Gast,; Emma Earl, and Lindsey Marchant, Utah State U. Session 60 Regency Ballroom E Thursday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Education Higher Education: All My Friends Are Stressed: Mental Health, Social Support, and Self-Care in Graduate School, Sponsored by Student Affairs Committee [Panel with Presenters] Organizer: Uriel Serrano, UC Santa Cruz Presider: Aditi Sapra, Glendale Community Coll. Panelists...Claudia Lopez, CSU Long Beach; Betania Santos, Rocío R. García and Amiri Manhizili, CSU, Los Angeles; Theresa Hice, UC, Santa Cruz Session 61 Regency Ballroom F Thursday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Education Higher Education: A Conversation About the Master's Degree in Sociology [Workshop with Presenters] Organizer & Presider: Wendy Ng, San Jose State U. Presenter...Margaret Weigers Vitullo, American Sociological Association Session 62 Seaview Ballroom A Thursday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Migration/Immigration: Framing Home: Policies and Lived Imaginaries of Immigration [Formal Paper Session] Organizer: Daniel Olmos, U. of Denver Presider: Nina Michalikova, U. of Central Oklahoma A Punitive Path: Apprehension of Deportation among Undocumented Immigrants in the U.S...Gabriela Mendoza and Gabriele Plickert, Cal Poly Pomona [B]Reaching: Labor and Transport in Queer Pinay Ethnography...Karen Villa, CSU San Marcos Adaptation and Migration: Personal and Professional Challenges Faced by Legal Immigrants with Undocumented Spouses...Nina Michalikova and Karel Kalaw, U. of Central Oklahoma Environmental Behavior and Air Quality in the U.S.: The Case of Chinese Immigrants...Guizhen Ma and Erin Hofmann, Utah State U. Session 63 Seaview Ballroom B Thursday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Race, Class and Gender: Reproduction of Intersectional Inequalities [Formal Paper Session] Organizer: Sabrina Alimahomed-Wilson, CSU Long Beach Presider: Katja Guenther, UC Riverside Reproducing Race, Class, and Gender through Animal Control and Welfare...Katja Guenther, UC Riverside Re-conceptualizing the Criminalization of Poverty: Laws and Enforcement in the Production of Intersectional Vulnerability...Dilara Yarbrough, San Francisco State U. Trump Affect: Empathy and Social Privilege after the 2016 Presidential Election...Jayecee Whitehead, Bree Malloy, and Jojo Miller, Pacific U. Session 64 Seaview Ballroom C Thursday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Gendered Resistance to the Socio-political Landscape, Sponsored by the Committee on the Status of Women Organizer & Presider: Michelle Robertson, St. Edward's U. [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session] "No Seat at the Party": Mobilizing White Masculinity in the Men's Rights Movement...Emily Carian, Stanford U. Entre Hermanas y Familias: The Role of Social Support Networks in Household Survival for Women Farmworkers in California...Evelyn Pruneda, UC Riverside Gender Quotas for Women in National Politics: A ComparativeAnalysis across Development Thresholds...Jennifer Rosen, Ashford U. The Politics of Family Planning Funding Restrictions in the U.S...Julisa McCoy, UC Riverside What's in a Frame? Unpacking Power and Gender in Men's Framing of Collective Action as Feminist and LGBTQ+ Allies in Turkey... Çağlar Çetin-Ayşe, Stony Brook U. Thank you to PSA 2018 Program Committee members for their work in organizing sessions, and to PSA committees for organizing special sessions related to their committee s work. 25

26 Session 65 Shoreline A Thursday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Environmental Sociology: Place, Space, Science, and Risk [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Laura Earles, Lewis-Clark State Coll. Presider: Lora Vess, U. of Alaska Southeast 'You Don't Miss It 'Til It's Gone': Place-Attachment Post-Disaster...Ashleigh McKinzie, Middle Tennessee State U.; Skyler Lauderdale, Northern Arizona U. Risk Perceptions and Food Security in Southeast Alaska...Lora Vess, U. of Alaska Southeast Street-Science: Chicano/a Environmental Justice and the Creation of New Community Knowledge...Sarah Rios, UC Santa Barbara Does It Hold Water?: The Co-construction of Drought as a Scientific and Social Problem in California, Haley McInnis, UC San Diego How I Predicted Hurricanes Katrina and Harvey Years in Advance...Mark Bird, Coll. of Southern Nevada Session 66 Shoreline B Thursday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Crime, Law, and Deviance: Gendered Effects and Experiences [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Tanya Nieri, UC Riverside Presider: Desire Anastasia, Metropolitan State U. Denver Coming Back: The Process of Re-entry for a Lifer...Mayra Ceballos, CSU Northridge Comparing Women's and Men's Trends in Drunk Driving in the United States across Official and Unofficial Data, Lindsey Beltz and Jennifer Schwartz, Washington State U. Female-Perpetrators of IPV in Diversion-Mandated Treatment: A Participant Observation...Desire Anastasia, Metropolitan State U. of Denver Gender, Familial Bonds, and Juvenile Delinquency in the Northern Mariana Islands...Debra Cabrera, U. of Guam Intersectionality of Women with Felony Convictions: Overcoming the Stigma and Shame...Nicole Flores, CSU Los Angeles Sheepdogs, Patriots, and Bad Boys: On The Moral Edgework of Gun Enthusiasts...Bill Rocque, U. of Redlands Session 67 Regency Ballroom A Thursday 10:30 AM 12:00 PM 2019 PSA Program Committee Brunch/Lunch--by invitation Members: Elaine Bell Kaplan, U. of Southern California; Sharon Davis, U. of La Verne; Lora Bristow, Pacific Sociological Association; Jacob Huang, Fresno Pacific U.; Tanya Nieri, UC at Riverside; Megan Thiele, San Jose State U.; Joe Johnston, Gonzaga U.; Laura Earles, Lewis-Clark State Coll.; Elizabeth Sowers, CSU Channel Islands; Black Hawk Hancock, DePaul U.; Deborah Thorne, U. of Idaho; Marjukka Ollilainen, Weber State U.; Laury Oaks, UC Santa Barbara; Jake Wilson, CSU Long Beach; Margaret Gough, U. of La Verne; Robert Obrien, Emeritus; Daniel Olmos, U. of Denver; Manuel Barajas, CSU Sacramento; Christopher Chase Dunn, UC Riverside; Marcia Marx, CSU San Bernardino; Kristy Shih, Central Michigan U.; Shweta Adur, CSU Los Angeles; Yu Tao, Stevens Institute of Technology; Kelsy Kretschmer, Oregon State U.; Bill Rocque, U. of Redlands; Ranita Ray, U. of Nevada Las Vegas; Michelle Robertson, St. Edward's U.; Carol Ward, Brigham Young U.; Glenn Goodwin, U. of La Verne; Jill Harrison, U. of Oregon; Susan Murray, San Jose State U.; Jackie Logg, Cabrillo Coll.; Robert E. Kettlitz, Hastings Coll.; Amy Leisenring, San Jose State U.; Dennis Downey, CSU Channel Islands; Linda Rillorta, Mt. San Antonio Coll.; Augustine Kposowa, UC Riverside 12-1:30 pm Thursday Session 68 Beacon Ballroom A Thursday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Teaching Sociology: The New Era of Campus Politics: Struggles over Ideology and Identity in Four Battleground States [Panel with Presenters] Organizer & Presider: Amy Orr, Linfield Coll. Panelists...Amy Binder, UC San Diego; Jeffrey Kidder, Northern Illinois U. Session 69 Beacon Ballroom B Thursday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Education Higher Education: You Belong Here: Overcoming the Imposter Syndrome, Sponsored by Student Affairs Committee [Panel with Presenters] Organizer & Presider: Laura Earles, Lewis-Clark State Coll. Panelists...Ann Strahm and Vincent Laus, CSU Stanislas; Rocío R. García, UC Los Angeles; Uriel Serrano, UC Santa Cruz; Lora Vess, U. of Alaska Southeast Session 70 Harbor A Thursday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM PSA Publications Committee Members: Matthew Carlson, Portland State U.; Hyeyoung Woo, Portland State U.; Lindsey Wilkinson, Portland State U.; Lora Bristow, Pacific Sociological Association; Black Hawk Hancock, DePaul U.; Robert Futrell, U. of Nevada-Las Vegas; Marta Elliott, U. of Nevada, Reno; Janine Schipper, Northern Arizona U.; Patricia Gwartney, U. of Oregon; Lora Bristow, Pacific Sociological Association; Elizabeth Withers, Portland State U.; Carl Stempel, CSU East Bay; Allison Hurst, Oregon State U. Session 71 Harbor B Thursday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM PSA Committee on the Status of Women Members: Krystale Littlejohn, Occidental Coll.; Richelle Swan, CSU San Marcos; Michelle Robertson, St. Edward's U.; Alicia Gonzales, CSU San Marcos; Sojung Lim, Utah State U.; Ryanne Pilgeram, U. of Idaho Session 72 Pacific Thursday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Labor and Labor Movements: Global Critical Sociology [Formal Paper Session] Organizer: Jake Wilson, CSU Long Beach Presider: Michihiro Sugata, Humboldt State U. Obstacles to Insurrection: Militarized Border Crossings Hindering the Rojava Liberation Struggle...Spencer Louis Potiker, UC Irvine Losing the Self: Capitalist Accumulation and Alternative Forms of Loss...Michihiro Sugata, Humboldt State U. Fragile Hegemony in the 'African Miracle' State: The Case of Botswana...Jason Mueller, UC Irvine 26

27 Session 73 Regency Ballroom C Thursday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Childhood and Youth: The Impact of Parenting on the Growth and Development of 21st Century Children [Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Stephanie Anckle, U. of Texas, Rio Grande Valley Presider: Douglas Wallace, California Baptist U. Fatherhood Perceptions of Coll. Students and Its Impact on Their Childhood, Education, and Relationship Choices...Douglas Wallace, California Baptist U. Adolescent Children Narratives of Parental Incarceration...Denise Hernandez, San Diego State U. Everything is Getting Better: Resilience in Children of Divorce...Elizabeth Maciel and Gabriele Plickert, Cal Poly Pomona Session 74 Regency Ballroom D Thursday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Teaching Race and Ethnic Relations: Challenges and Opportunities, sponsored by the Committee on Teaching Organizer: Elvia Ramirez, CSU Sacramento Presider: Emily Drew, Willamette U. [Formal Paper Session] A DisCrit Analysis of Special Education Teacher Beliefs about the Intersections of Disability and Race...Saili Kulkarni, CSU Dominguez Hills Making Black Life Matter on an Historically White Campus...Emily Drew, Willamette U. Navigating Racialized Cultural Practices in Transracial Adoptive Families...Horizon Worden, Northern Arizona U. Session 75 Regency Ballroom E Thursday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Teaching Sociology: Going Open: A Critical Analysis of the Radical Open Education Revolution [Workshop with Presenters] Organizer & Presider: Zendina Mostert, Salt Lake Community Coll. Panelists.Dan Poole and Zendina Mostert, Salt Lake Community Coll.; Ramona Pires, San Bernardino Valley Coll.; T.L. Brink, Crafton Hills Session 76 Regency Ballroom F Thursday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Education other than Higher Education: Education and Stratification [Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Joe Johnston, Gonzaga U. Presider: Esa Syeed, CSU Long Beach Family Narratives of Microinvalidations in the School Context...Jasmine Medrano, CSU Long Beach; Claudia Kouyoumdjian, CSU Los Angeles Messages on Mortarboards: The Political Evolution of an Educational Symbol...Esa Syeed, CSU Long Beach Minimum Wage for Minimum Justice? Disciplinary Subjects, Labor Control, and the Punishment Regime in Child Care Centers...Kevin Dolan and Vikas Gumbhir, Gonzaga U. Student and Administrator Perceptions Of School Based Discipline...David Halushka, CSU Dominguez Hills Session 77 Seaview Ballroom B Thursday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Race, Class and Gender: Education and Race, Class, Gender [Formal Paper Session] Organizer: Sabrina Alimahomed-Wilson, CSU Long Beach Presider: Michelle Parra, UC Santa Cruz Welcome to Campus: How Rank, Gender, and Race Affect Perceptions of Discrimination...Gesemia Nelson and Melissa Monson, Metropolitan State U. of Denver "I Don't Want a Future Like That": Working-Class Latinas Navigate the Benefits and Harms of a Coll. Education...Michelle Parra, UC Santa Cruz Ain't I a Chicana? An Examination into Chicana Feminism in Education...Odalys Bravo, CSU Fullerton STEM Cultural Deficit Ideology: How Sexism and Racism make STEM a Form of White Male Affirmative Action...Arthur Scarritt, Clifford Ross, Fructoso Basaldua, and Colin Fenello, Boise State U. Session 78 Seaview Ballroom C Thursday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Gender: Gender, Power, and Culture [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Marjukka Ollilainen, Weber State U. Presider: Huiying Hill, Weber State U. "Girl Power" -- Empowerment or De-powerment of Women?...Huiying Hill, Weber State U. Writing Outside the Gender Lines: Women Graffiti Writers and their Navigation of Public Space...Denise Nealon, CSU San Marcos Cosplay Frontstage: The Gender Performativity of Anime Cosplay in Organized Spaces...Shane Anderson, CSU San Marcos Brave New Girl: A Qualitative Content Analysis of Gender, Social Norms and Resistance in the Film Brave...Samantha Silver, Humboldt State U. Session 79 Shoreline A Thursday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Environmental Sociology: Case Studies of Natural Resource Extraction, Conservation, and Contestation [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Laura Earles, Lewis-Clark State Coll. Presider: Amanda Sikirica, U. of Oregon Shifting and Resisting Extraction: A Case Study of the Belo Monte Dam Site...Amanda Sikirica, U. of Oregon Two Campaigns for Environmental Justice: US and Ireland...Liam Leonard, CSU Los Angeles The Social Construction of Ocean-space and Sea Level Rise Policy in Aberdeen and Bainbridge Island, Washington...Jonathan Dahlem, Washington State U. Session 80 Shoreline B Thursday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Crime, Law, and Deviance: Girls and Juvenile Justice: Power, Status, and the Social Construction of Delinquency/Carla P. Davis/Palgrave MacMillan/2017 [Author Meets Critics] Organizer & Presider: Katy Pinto, CSU Dominguez Hills Author... Carla Davis, Beloit Coll. Critics...Tamanika Ferguson, Howard; Katherine Maldonado and Tanya Nieri, UC Riverside 27

28 1:45-3:15 pm Thursday Session 81 Beacon Ballroom A Thursday 1:45 PM 3:15 PM Teaching Sociology: Fighting Fake News with Project Censored: A Workshop for Educators, Students, and Concerned Citizens [Workshop with Presenters] Organizer: Amy Orr, Linfield Coll. Presider: Heidi Esbensen, Portland State U. Presenters...Mickey Huff and Andy Lee Roth, Project Censored Session 82 Beacon Ballroom B Thursday 1:45 PM 3:15 PM Ethnography: Sociological Perspectives Special Issue on Ethnography Author Panel I [Panel with Presenters] Organizer & Presider: Black Hawk Hancock, DePaul U. Panelists.Sharon Oselin, UC Riverside; Bryan Sykes, UC Irvine; Melanie Gast, U. of Louisville Session 83 Harbor B Thursday 1:45 PM 3:15 PM PSA Committee on Freedom of Research and Teaching Members: Ann Strahm, CSU Stanislas; Katherine Everhart, Northern Arizona U.; Allison Ford, U. of Oregon; Berch Berberoglu, U. of Nevada, Reno; Daniel Morrison, Vanderbilt U.; Pete Simi, Chapman U. Session 84 Harbor C Thursday 1:45 PM 3:15 PM PSA Emeritus and Retired Sociologists Committee Members: Robert Obrien, Emeritus; Dean Dorn, CSU Sacramento; Gary Cretser, Cal Poly Pomona; Anthony Cortese, Southern Methodist U.; Glenn Goodwin, U. of La Verne; Don Barrett, CSU San Marcos Session 85 Pacific Thursday 1:45 PM 3:15 PM Media and Communication: Attitudes, Bubbles, and Representation: Contemporary Debates in Media and Communication [Panel with Presenters] Organizer: Matthew Rafalow, UC Irvine Presider: Faye Wachs, California State Polytechnic U. Pomona Enduring Specificity: Continuing Motivations of the Consumption and Communication of News and their Modern Manifestations...Stephen Ostertag, Tulane U. Millennials Gen i and Gen ii: Coming of Age in a Social Media Saturated World...Faye Wachs, Anthony Ocampo, Mary Danico, Veronica Aguilar, Crysta Hu, William Atienza and Janice Vu, Cal Poly Pomona Revisiting the Relationship between Social Media Use and Depression...Michael Carter, CSU Northridge; Emily Asencio, Sonoma State U. Tokenizing Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders on the Small Screen...Christina Chin, CSU Fullerton; Meera Deo, Thomas Jefferson School of Law; Faustina M. DuCros, San Jose State U.; Jenny Jong-Hwa Lee, UC, Los Angeles; Noriko Milman, U. of San Francisco; Nancy Wang Yuen, Biola U. Practices of Visibility: Instagram, Surveillance, and the Self as Enterprise...Spencer Huesken, Queen's U. Session 86 Regency Ballroom C Thursday 1:45 PM 3:15 PM Food and Society: Food and Society: Developments, Innovations, and Salience [Formal Paper Session] Organizer: Black Hawk Hancock, DePaul U. Presider: Jennifer Puentes, Eastern Oregon U. Developing Tastes: Culinary Students' Responses to High Culture in Kitchen Classrooms...Jennifer Puentes, Eastern Oregon U. Innovations from the Source: Client Driven Solutions to Food Insecurity in Canada...Sara Cumming and Jessica Pulis, Sheridan Coll. Salience of the Healthy-Eater Identity and Food-Related Behavior, Emotions, and Attitudes...Sarah Stembridge, UC San Diego Session 87 Regency Ballroom D Thursday 1:45 PM 3:15 PM Teaching Sociology: Teaching as Latinx Faculty in Higher Education [Panel with Presenters] Organizer & Presider: Michael Chavez, CSU Long Beach Panelists.Michael Chavez and Claudia Lopez, CSU Long Beach; Juan Pitones, Oxnard Coll.; Rebecca Romo, Santa Monica Coll.; Shigueru Tsuha, Pierce Coll.; Yanira Fuentes, Riverside City Coll. Session 88 Regency Ballroom E Thursday 1:45 PM 3:15 PM Best Practices in Building Memorable and Meaningful Learning Experiences in "Introduction to Sociology", sponsored by the Committee on Teaching [Panel with Presenters] Organizer & Presider: Jimiliz Valiente-Neighbours, Point Loma Nazarene U. "Writing as Thinking" in the Introductory Sociology Classroom...Megan Alpine, UC Santa Cruz Challenging the "US verse Them" Thinking in an Introduction to Sociology Course...Shanell Sanchez, Southern Oregon U.; Nicholas Park Some Thoughts on Making Introduction to Sociology "Sociological"...Linda Henderson, St. Mary's U., Calgary Teaching in the Iron Cage: Innovative Prison Education...Zendina Mostert, Salt Lake Community Coll. Session 89 Regency Ballroom F Thursday 1:45 PM 3:15 PM Applied, Clinical, and Public Sociology: Student Scholar Activism in the Wake of Trump, Sponsored by Student Affairs Committee [Panel with Presenters] Organizer: Rocío R. García, UC Los Angeles Presider: Uriel Serrano, UC Santa Cruz Working Differently and Unapologetically: The Current Political Moment and Its Implications...Uriel Serrano, UC Santa Cruz In Transit between Organizing and Scholarship: Research on Housing and Transportation Infrastructure and Displacement as an Organizing Tool and Academic Scholarship...Lina Stepick, UC Los Angeles Gang-Affiliated Chicana Mothers Navigating Violence through Political Resistance...Katherine Maldonado, UC Riverside Dilemmas of Working With and Among Activists...Diya Bose, UC Los Angeles Resisting the Urge to Stay in Your Lane...Abraham Calderón, UC Los Angeles 28

29 Session 90 Seaview Ballroom A Thursday 1:45 PM 3:15 PM Migration/Immigration: Youth, Mobility, and Immigrant Incorporation [Formal Paper Session] Organizer: Daniel Olmos, U. of Denver Presider: Armand Gutierrez, UC San Diego Scout's Honor: How Social Networks in Youth Extracurricular Activities Redistribute Cultural Capital...Oshin Khachikian, UC Irvine Dream Resource Centers: Examining Illegality in Higher Education...Karina Santellano, U. of Southern California The Determinants of Remittances among the Children of Mexican- and Filipino-American Migrants...Armand Gutierrez, UC San Diego Patterns in Business Ownership across Nativity, Gender, and Race/ethnicity...Stephanie A. Pullés, UC Irvine Session 91 Seaview Ballroom B Thursday 1:45 PM 3:15 PM Race, Class and Gender: Labor through an Intersectional Lens [Formal Paper Session] Organizer: Sabrina Alimahomed-Wilson, CSU Long Beach Presider: Molly Talcott, CSU Los Angeles Back to the Future: Worker Cooperatives as Racial Justice Organizing in the 'Next System'...Molly Talcott, CSU Los Angeles Seventy-nine Cents and a Whole Lot Less: Racializing the Gendered Wage Gap to Achieve a More Accurate Representation of Inequality...James McKeever, Emily Andrade, Syeda Shahbano, and Aya Qayomi, Los Angeles Pierce Coll. Differences in Household Income by Skin Color Across the U.S. And Within the Family...Jessica Kizer, UC Irvine Exotic Dancers and the Stressors Which Accompany It...Diana Corral, CSU Dominguez Hills Session 92 Seaview Ballroom C Thursday 1:45 PM 3:15 PM Gender: Gendered Bodies and Identities [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Marjukka Ollilainen, Weber State U. Presider: Georgiann Davis, U. of Nevada Las Vegas "On the Basis of Sex": Legal Categories and the (Il)Legitimation of Trans Bodies...Eli Alston-Stepnitz, UC Davis (Cis)Gender Transgressions...Jesse Kolber, UC Davis The Assembled Transgender Athlete...Ann Travers, Simon Fraser U. Session 93 Shoreline A Thursday 1:45 PM 3:15 PM Environmental Sociology: Quantitative Analyses of Environmental Degradation and Environmental Crime Organizer: Laura Earles, Lewis-Clark State Coll. Presider: Danielle Vesia, UC Irvine [Research in Progress Session] Global Economy, Polity, and Integrated Theory of Global Environmentalism: A Cross-National Study on Air Pollution...Steven Mejia, UC Irvine A Crime or a Fine? Investigating the Disproportionality of Environmental Violation Sanctioning...Jordan Burke, Washington State U. Environmental Degradation and Economic Development: An Empirical Assessment of the Second Contradiction of Capitalism...Danielle Vesia, UC Irvine 3:30-5 pm Thursday Session 94 Beacon Ballroom B Thursday 3:30 PM 5:00 PM Ethnography: Sociological Perspectives Special Issue on Ethnography Author Panel II [Panel with Presenters] Organizer & Presider: Black Hawk Hancock, DePaul U. Panelists.Andrew Deener, U. of Connecticut; Susan Mannon, U. of the Pacific; Jennifer Reich, U. of Colorado Denver Session 95 Harbor A Thursday 3:30 PM 5:00 PM PSA Endowment Committee Members: Tina Burdsall, Portland State U.; Karen Seccombe, Portland State U.; Linda Henderson, St. Mary's U., Calgary; Sandra Way, New Mexico State U.; Amanda M. Shigihara, SUNY Coll. at Old Westbury; Stephanie Anckle, The U. of Texas, Rio Grande Valley; Patricia Gwartney, U. of Oregon; Linda Rillorta, Mt. San Antonio Coll.; Susan Murray, San Jose State U. Session 96 Harbor B Thursday 3:30 PM 5:00 PM PSA Committee on the Status of LGBTQ Persons Members: Don Barrett, CSU San Marcos; Jayecee Whitehead, Pacific U.; Lora Stone, U. of New Mexico Gallup; Meredith Conover-Williams, Humboldt State U.; Griff Tester, Central Washington U.; Sean Davis, Mira Costa Coll.; Ann Travers, Simon Fraser U.; Janae Teal, Humboldt County DHHS Session 97 Harbor C Thursday 3:30 PM 5:00 PM PSA Committee on Civil Rights and Civil Liberties Members: Pamela McMullin-Messier, Central Washington U.; Desire Anastasia, Metropolitan State U. of Denver; Kara Dellacioppa, CSU Dominguez Hills; Duke Austin, CSU East Bay; Sabrina Alimahomed-Wilson, CSU Long Beach; Heather Marek, U. of Oregon; Zendina Mostert, Salt Lake Community Coll. Session 98 Pacific Thursday 3:30 PM 5:00 PM Media and Communication: Media and News [Formal Paper Session] Organizer: Matthew Rafalow, UC-Irvine Presider: Rebecca S. K. Li, The Coll. of New Jersey Did Newsroom Cutbacks Change News Reporting Practices at Elite Newspapers?...Rebecca S. K. Li, The Coll. of New Jersey Routine Events, Accidents, and Scandals: An Updated Model...Marilyn Lester, Independent Sociologist Selling Empire, War, and Capitalism: Global Transnational Media and Public Relations Propaganda Firms in Service to the Transnational Capitalist Class...Peter Phillips, Sonoma State U. Session 99 Regency Ballroom C Thursday 3:30 PM 5:00 PM Food and Society: Food and Society: From Economic Production to Consumption [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Black Hawk Hancock, DePaul Presider: Rachel Soper, CSU Channel Islands "La fresa orgánica es más chiquita": Farmworker Preference for Conventional Production...Rachel Soper, CSU Channel Islands Identity, Food, and Labor: Understanding Street Vending in Los Angeles...Sara Bruene, Victoria Loy, and Moshoula Capous-Desyllas, CSU Northridge Produc(ing) Change: Micromobilization Contexts and Local Food Economies in the U.S...Jerrid Higgins, Washington State U. 29

30 Session 100 Regency Ballroom E Thursday 3:30 PM 5:00 PM Teaching Sociology: Publishing Scholarship on Teaching and Learning: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology (TRAILS) and Teaching Sociology, Sponsored by Committee on Teaching Organizer: Elvia Ramirez, CSU Sacramento Presider: Kristin Haltinner, U. of Idaho [Workshop with Presenters] Presenters.Julie Pelton, U. of Nebraska Omaha; Stephen Sweet, Ithaca Coll.; Michele Lee Kozimor-King, Elizabethtown Coll.; Margaret Weigers Vitullo, American Sociological Association Session 101 Regency Ballroom F Thursday 3:30 PM 5:00 PM Applied, Clinical, and Public Sociology: How Can New Graduates Market Sociology as a Skill Set, Sponsored by Committee on Practicing, Applied, and Clinical Sociology 30 [Panel with Presenters] Organizer & Presider: Robert E. Kettlitz, Hastings Coll. Getting a Job with Sociology by taking SALT - Skills, Articulation, Language and Trends...Stephen Steele, Emeritus, Anne Arundel Community Coll. Community-Based Population Health: Sociology Students as Research Consultants...Sophie Nathenson, Oregon Institute of Technology Career Readiness: How New Graduates Build A Career Route with Sociology Major...Jacob Huang, Fresno Pacific U. Translating Sociological Knowledge into Sellable Jobs Skill...Robert E. Kettlitz, Hastings Coll. Session 102 Seaview Ballroom A Thursday 3:30 PM 5:00 PM Migration/Immigration: Navigating Spaces of Migration: Conflict, Negotiation, and Settlement [Formal Paper Session] Organizer: Daniel Olmos, U. of Denver Presider: Claudia Lopez, CSU Long Beach Cold War Coreligionists: Conflict and Cooperation among Vietnamese Immigrants and Refugees in Berlin...Phi Su, UC Los Angeles Effects of Online Platform on Intimate Family Relations and Social Capital for Brazilian Migrants in Japan...Rumika Suzuki, U. of Hawai i at Mānoa The Life-Cycle of Forced Migration: Partial Citizenship and Internally Displaced Peasants in Medellín, Colombia...Claudia Lopez, CSU Long Beach The Louisiana Migrants in California Life History Project: Comparing Northern and Southern Destinations...Faustina M. DuCros, San Jose State U. Session 103 Seaview Ballroom B Thursday 3:30 PM 5:00 PM Asian/Asian American Sociology: Asian American Sociology 1 [Formal Paper Session] Organizer: Vincent Laus, CSU Stanislaus Presider: Kristy Shih, Central Michigan U. "Am I Taiwanese or American?": Adult Former "Parachute Kids'" Ethnic Identity Exploration...Kristy Shih, Central Michigan U. Perceptions of Immigration Narratives and the Filipino Colonial Mentality...Daniel Eisen, Pacific U. Gay Vietnamese American Men: Navigating Between the Ethnic Familial and the Gay Social...Thuan Nguyen, CSU Fullerton Session 104 Seaview Ballroom C Thursday 3:30 PM 5:00 PM Gender: Understandings of Gender and Gender Inequities [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Marjukka Ollilainen, Weber State U. Presider: Laura Fitzwater Gonzales, Pacific Lutheran U. Leaning In or Opting Out? Gender Differences in Career Aspirations Over Time...Rachael Gulbrandsen, Mary Briggs Ott, and Christy Glass, Utah State U. Gendering the Division of Labor During the Fourth Shift...Laura Fitzwater Gonzales, Pacific Lutheran U. Gender Equity and Parental's Attitudes on Gender Roles and Family Leadership in Mexico: The Case of Tijuana...Norma Ojeda, San Diego State U. The Changing Face of Gaming: Gender and Access to Identity and Community...Christine Tomlinson, UC, Irvine Session 105 Shoreline A Thursday 3:30 PM 5:00 PM Population and Demography: Demography and Methodology [Research in Progress Session] Organizer & Presider: Robert Obrien, Emeritus Hotelin': An Analysis of Housing Insecurity in Sacramento, California...Jacqueline Carrigan and Jacqueline Brooks, CSU Sacramento Innovative Methodologies in Studying American Legal Immigrants with Undocumented Spouses...Nina Michalikova and Karel Kalaw, U. of Central Oklahoma Taking Methods to the Masses: Qualitative Data Collection and Analysis Projects in Special Topics Courses...Julie Collins-Dogrul and Christina Ibarra, Whittier Coll. Using a Venn Diagram Approach to Provide Insights into Regression Analysis: Towards a Consistent and General Approach...Robert Obrien, Emeritus Session 106 Shoreline B Thursday 3:30 PM 5:00 PM Urban and Community Studies: Social Change in Urban Neighborhoods [Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Carol Ward, Brigham Young U. Presider: Luis Sanchez, CSU Channel Islands A Case Study of Gentrification: A Look at the Changing Dynamics in East Hollywood...Yvette Servin, CSU Los Angeles A Spatial Analysis of Latino Middle-Class Neighborhoods across Time and Place...Luis Sanchez, CSU Channel Islands Bonded Through Space: An Analysis of Residential Stability on Perceived Social Support in a Neighborhood Context...Aleksey Reshetnikov, Washington State U. The Power of Poetry: What Spoken-Word Performances Can Teach Us about Transformative Justice in a Disrupted Community...Lori Walkington, UC Riverside Community Definition of Safety: Perspectives in the San Francisco Tenderloin...Florencia Rojo, UC San Francisco

31 5:15-6:45 pm Thursday Session 107 Beacon Ballroom B Thursday 5:15 PM 6:45 PM How to Get Your Article Published, sponsored by the Publications Committee [Panel with Presenters] Organizer & Presider: Black Hawk Hancock, DePaul U. Panelists.Robert Futrell, U. of Nevada-Las Vegas; Black Hawk Hancock, DePaul U.; Matthew Carlson, Portland State U.; Lindsey Wilkinson, Portland State U.; Hyeyoung Woo, Portland State U.; Andrew Deener, U. of Connecticut Session 108 Regency Ballroom B Thursday 5:15 PM 6:45 PM LGBTQ Research: Baby, You Are My Religion: Women, Gay Bars, and Theology Before Stonewall (Gender, Theology and Spirituality) with Author Marie Cartier and Guests, Sponsored by the Committee on the Status of LGBTQ Persons [Panel with Presenters] Organizer & Presider: Don Barrett, CSU San Marcos Panelist.Marie Cartier, CSU Northridge Session 109 Regency Ballroom E Thursday 5:15 PM 6:45 PM Teaching Sociology: Alpha Kappa Delta Chapter Representative Meeting [Panel with Presenters] Organizer & Presider: Amy Orr, Linfield Coll. Panelists...Amy Orr, Linfield Coll.; Michele Lee Kozimor-King, Elizabethtown Coll.; Jeff Chin, LeMoyne Coll. and Alpha Kappa Delta Session 110 Regency Ballroom F Thursday 5:15 PM 6:45 PM Teaching Sociology: Teaching During Tough Times: Using Videos in the Classroom [Film Session] Organizer & Presider: Marcia Marx, CSU San Bernardino Participants...Marcia Marx, Patricia Little, Mary Texeira and Elsa Valdez, CSU, San Bernardino 6:45-9 pm Thursday Session 111 Beacon Ballroom A Thursday 6:45 PM 9:00 PM Sociological Perspectives Editors, Editorial Board, Special Issues, and More Reception Open to all Organizers: Matthew Carlson, Portland State U.; Hyeyoung Woo, Portland State U.; Lindsey Wilkinson, Portland State U.; Black Hawk Hancock, DePaul U. Thank you to the many folks who make the publication of the official PSA journal, Sociological Perspectives, possible! Editorial Team: Editors Matthew Carlson, Hyeyoung Woo, and Lindsey Wilkinson and Managing Editor Elizabeth Withers of Portland State University 2018 Editorial Board of Sociological Perspectives: Deputy Editors: Meghan A. Burke, Illinois Wesleyan; Terrence Hill, U. of Arizona; Hui Liu, Michigan State U.; Jennifer Pearson, Wichita State U.; Melissa Thompson, Portland State U.; Anna Zajacova, U. of Western Ontario Advisory Editors: Seth Abrutyn, U. of British Columbia; Kelly Austin, Lehigh U.; Joseph Baker, E. Tennessee State; Don Barrett, CSU San Marcos; Joel Best, U. of Delaware; Denise Bielby, UCSB; Timothy Brezina, Georgia State U.; Brianne Davila, Cal Poly Pomona; James Joseph Dean, Sonoma State; Laurie Drapela, WSU; Daniel Eisen, Pacific U.; Clare Evans, U. of Oregon; Andrew Fullerton, Oklahoma State; Mary Gallagher, U. of Michigan; Ginny Garcia-Alexander, Portland State; Black Hawk Hancock, DePaul; Catherine Harnois, Wake Forest; Jill Ann Harrison, U. of Oregon; Matt Huffman, UC Irvine; David Hutson, Penn State; Shirley Jackson, Portland State; Natalie Jolly, UW Tacoma; Maura Kelly, Portland State; Kathy Kuipers, U. of Montana; Liam Leonard, CSU LA; Ryan Light, U. of Oregon; Sojung Lim, Utah State; Alair MacLean, WSU; Steve McDonald, NC State; Nick McRee, U. of Portland; Laura McKinney, Tulane; Terance Miethe, UNLV; Richard Mora, Occidental; Dan Morrison, Vanderbilt; Bob Obrien, U. of Oregon; Amy Orr, Linfield Coll.; David Ortiz, NMSU; Eileen Otis, U. of Oregon; Seong Man Park, Dankook U.; Daniel Potter, Rice; Harland Prechel, Texas A&M; Patrick Rafail, Tulane; Ellen Reese, UC Riverside; Ellen Scott, U. of Oregon; Richard Serpe, Kent State; Jean Stockard, U. of Oregon; Veronica Terriquez, UCSC; Maxine Thompson, NC State; Jonathan Turner, UC Riverside; Jeremy Uecker, Baylor; Xia Wang, Arizona State; Matthew Ward, U. of S. Mississippi; Laurel Westbrook, Grand Valley State U.; Amy Wharton, WSU; Morrison Wong, Texas Christian; Alison Wynn, Stanford The PSA Publications Committee, and : Black Hawk Hancock, DePaul; Rob Futrell, UNLV; Marta Elliott, U NV Reno; Janine Schipper, N. Arizona U.; Carl Stempel, CSU East Bay; Allison Hurst, Oregon State 31

32 Presidential Address and Awards Ceremony Beacon Ballroom B 5:15-6:45 pm President Amy J. Orr, Linfield College Teaching Sociology: The Precariousness of Academic Freedom Overview of Friday Sessions Friday Evening Events Presidential Reception Open to all Beacon Ballroom A and Rotunda 6:45-8:30 pm Student Reception Students--come play games, win prizes, eat, meet new friends, enjoy! Regency Ballroom A/B/C 8:30-10 pm 32

33 Friday, 30 March 8:30-10 am Session 112 Beacon Ballroom B Friday 8:30 AM 10:00 AM PSA Business Meeting--come meet PSA leaders and learn more about PSA's finances, membership, governance Presenters. Amy Orr, Linfield Coll.; Lora Bristow, Pacific Sociological Association; Tina Burdsall, Portland State U.; Patricia Gwartney, U. of Oregon; Elaine Bell Kaplan, U. of Southern California; Wendy Ng, San Jose State U.; Kathy Kuipers, U. of Montana Session 113 Harbor A, B, C Friday 8:30 AM 10:00 AM Religion: Religion and Gender 33 [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Stacy George, Whitworth U. Presider: Isabella Kasselstrand, CSU Bakersfield Becoming Secular in the United States: Revisiting the Effects of Women's Employment...Isabella Kasselstrand, CSU Bakersfield; David Berri, Southern Utah U. Client Evaluations of Professional Women's Leadership and Implications for Organizational Health: The Case of Episcopal Clergy and Parishes...Catherine Crowder, UC San Diego Religiosity and Feminism: Navigating Gender Constructions and Ideologies...Molly Noble, Humboldt State U. The Diversity of Buddhist Practice and Identity in Contemporary Shanghai: Exploring Temple Buddhism at a Local Nunnery...Harrison Carter, UC San Diego Session 114 Pacific Friday 8:30 AM 10:00 AM Art, Culture, and Popular Culture: Symbols of Struggle: Skaters, Skin and the Supernatural [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Robert Gardner, Linfield Coll. Presider: Aida Mukharesh, UC Santa Cruz Youth Politics-That-Don't-Look-Like-Politics: On Possibilities, Solidarities, and Alternate Imaginaries of Skateboarders in Lebanon...Aida Mukharesh, UC Santa Cruz Understanding Issues of Inequality in the American Tattooing Industry...Deborah Burns, Iowa State U. The Power in Dice and Foam Swords:Discursive Resistance in Dungeons and Dragons and Live-Action Roleplay...Rachel Just, U. of Montana Sad Puppies, SJWs, and Struggles for Control of a Fictional Field...Gregory Goalwin, CSU Channel Islands Comparing Cultures: American Superheroes vs. Japanese Protagonists...Matthew M. Le Claire, U. of Nevada, Las Vegas Session 115 Regency Ballroom A, B, C Friday 8:30 AM 10:00 AM Medical Sociology and Health [Undergraduate Roundtable] Organizer: Robert E. Kettlitz, Hastings Coll. Discussant: Dr Alicia Bonaparte, Pitzer Coll. Understanding Caregiver Burnout: Female Caregiver's Negotiations and Rationalizations for the Gendered Divisions of Elder Care...Larissa Kowalski, U. of the Fraser Valley The Study of Depression Among Nursing Home Residents...Taylor Banark, Hastings Coll. Negotiating a Hard of Hearing Identity...Seanna Yoshioka, Pacific U. Session 116 Regency Ballroom A, B, C Friday 8:30 AM 10:00 AM Crime, Law, and Deviance I [Undergraduate Roundtable] Organizer: Robert E. Kettlitz, Hastings Coll. Discussant: Josh Meisel, Humboldt State U. The Effect of Campus-Based Activities on Problematic Substance Use: A Social Control Theory Analysis...Stephenie King, U. of Idaho Death Row Exoneration and Identity...Adam Szyszko, U. of Colorado Boulder Would You Room with a Felon?: A Study on Student Perceptions and the Stigma of Convicted Felons on a Coll. Campus...Kimberly Forster, Gonzaga U. Influence of Prison Gangs on Youth Population in Walla Walla...Aiyana Mehta, Whitman Coll. Institutional Features for Sexual Assault: Examining Athletics...Kolby Cameron, Whitworth U. Male Bodied Individuals' Willingness to Report Sexual Assault...Ryan Witherspoon, Whitman Coll. Session 117 Regency Ballroom A, B, C Friday 8:30 AM 10:00 AM Sociology of Education-Higher Education I [Undergraduate Roundtable] Organizer: Robert E. Kettlitz, Hastings Coll. Discussant: Benjamin Lewin, U. of Puget Sound The Business of Diversity Within California Higher Education and Public Policy: Linking the Effects of Macro Level Social Closure to Micro Level Intellectual Closure...David Ortuno, CSU San Marcos Exploring Culture's Influence on Parental Educational Expectations for their Children's Educational Career...Dhruvil Patel and Kanwar Bhullar, Wayne State U. The Ghettoization of Humanities Degrees...Ashlee Enbysk, Boise State U. Undergraduate Student Researchers' Influence on Research Outcomes...Monica Medina and Nicole Carrillo, CSU Los Angeles Student Impressions Regarding Rising Tuition Costs...Harbor Neher, Boise State U. Against the Odds: Former Foster Children's College Experiences...Austin Johnson, Gonzaga U. Session 118 Regency Ballroom A, B, C Friday 8:30 AM 10:00 AM Social Movement and Social Change [Undergraduate Roundtable] Organizer: Robert E. Kettlitz, Hastings Coll. Discussant: Vikas Gumbhir, Gonzaga U. Racial Civil Rights: Comparing Participation in the Civil Rights Movement to Contemporary Austin, Texas...Rachel Leader, St. Edward's Animal Activism with Chinese Characteristics: An Analysis of Farm Animal Welfare Advocacy in China...Echo Sun, UC Berkeley Ethnographic Study Exploring Modern Contemporary Dance as an Asset to Social Justice Activism...Natalia Lou, U. of Puget Sound Legislation in China: When Modernity Meets Tradition...Eric Li, UC Berkeley

34 Session 119 Regency Ballroom A, B, C Friday 8:30 AM 10:00 AM Gender I [Undergraduate Roundtable] Organizer: Robert E. Kettlitz, Hastings Coll. Discussant: Susan Mannon, U. of the Pacific Fatherhood Socialization of Masculinity Through Parental Involvement in Sport...Joseph Serrato, CSU East Bay Maybe Being a Doctor Just Isn't For You: Gender and the Decision to Pursue Pre-Med...Callen Aten and Annica Balentine, Gonzaga U. Killing Them with Kindness: Class, Gender, and Emotional Labor in the Workplace...Sara Wozniak, The Evergreen State Coll. Hyper-Masculinized Success in Neoliberal Higher Education...Michelle Fretwell, Boise State U. Age, Masculinity, and Firefighting...Alexis Beer, U. of the Fraser Valley Session 120 Regency Ballroom A, B, C Friday 8:30 AM 10:00 AM Sociology of Education [Undergraduate Roundtable] Organizer: Robert E. Kettlitz, Hastings Coll. Discussant: Joe Johnston, Gonzaga U. Forced Through The Cracks: Black Boys and Disciplinary Systems...Serena Witherspoon, UC Berkeley Inside the Lottery System: Charter School and Special Education Programs...Sophia Howard, U. of Puget Sound Whitworth U. Computer Science Program Evaluation...Rachel Olson, Whitworth U. Educational Institutional Inequalities in Los Angeles Public Schools: A Comparison of Selected Experiences Among African-American and Latino/a Students...Vanessa Arevalo, CSU Long Beach Rooting Gender into the American High School Education System...Tricia Pila Yuvienco, U. of the Pacific Session 121 Regency Ballroom A, B, C Friday 8:30 AM 10:00 AM Race, Class, and Gender [Undergraduate Roundtable] Organizer: Robert E. Kettlitz, Hastings Coll. Discussant: Christy Glass, Utah State U. White Wilderness: The Underrepresentation of People of Color in National Park Visitation...Dylan White, CSU East Bay Guns, Beer and God: An Exploration on American Gun Culture in Relation to Gender and Mass Shootings...Emmanuel Cisneros, Colorado Mesa U. Analyzing the Role of Intersectionality at Jonestown...Kolby Cameron, Whitworth U. I Am Not Your Diversity Hire: Experiences of Faculty and Staff of Color at Primarily White Serving Institution...Abigail Altamirano and Bailey Galbreath, Gonzaga U. Race, Class & Gender Under Black Lights in Platform Heels...Raven Deverux, UC Berkeley Row, Row, Row, Repeat: A Study of the Experiences of Division 1 Female Rowers...Brittney Murray, Gonzaga U. Session 122 Regency Ballroom D Friday 8:30 AM 10:00 AM Education Higher Education: Social Inequality and Coll. Participation [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Sandra Way, New Mexico State U. Presider: Sharon Paterson, Boise State U. Class and Public Higher Education: Why the Post-War Era of Mass (Equal) Education May Have Been an Anomaly...Allison Hurst, Oregon State U. Fair Play or Fair Share: The Hidden Injuries of Inequality in U. Graduation Rates...Yoshi Guy, North Carolina A&T State U. Grit and the Ideal Coll. Student in Neoliberal Higher Education...Sharon Paterson, Boise State U. What Factors, Outside the Classroom, Influence Student Involvement in On-campus Organizations?...Christopher Boone II, New Mexico State U. Session 123 Regency Ballroom E Friday 8:30 AM 10:00 AM Teaching Sociology: Brag Away! Preparing CVs and Resumes for Academia and the Workforce, Sponsored by Student Affairs Committee [Workshop with Presenters] Organizer: Danielle Duckett, CSU Sacramento Presider: Meggan Jordan, CSU Stanislaus Presenters...Danielle Duckett, CSU Sacramento; Meggan Jordan, Jennifer Whitmer, and Sneha Dutta, CSU Stanislaus Session 124 Regency Ballroom F Friday 8:30 AM 10:00 AM Immigration and Women, sponsored by the Committee on Status of Women [Formal Paper Session] Organizer & Presider: Richelle Swan, CSU San Marcos MyStory: The Critical Auto-Ethnography of The Scary Head...Gonca Soyer, U. of North Texas; Mehmet Soyer, Utah State U. Disposability and Gendered Control in Labor Migration: Limiting Women's Mobility Through Cultural and Institutional Norms...Barbara Grossman, CSU Long Beach Illegality and Integration: Teachers, Bureaucrats, and the Police as Agents of Socialization and Sources of Vulnerability in an Immigrant Community...Heidy Sarabia, CSU Sacramento A Culinary Quest: Peruvian Women Entrepreneurs in Southern California Negotiating Gender and Home...Ann Cathrin Corrales-Øverlid, The U. of Bergen, Norway (Visiting Graduate Researcher, Dep. of Sociology, USC) Session 125 Seaview Ballroom A Friday 8:30 AM 10:00 AM Migration/Immigration: Ethno-Racial Power, Nativism, and Migrant Belonging [Formal Paper Session] Organizer: Daniel Olmos, U. of Denver Presider: Liliana Rodriguez, UC Santa Barbara "Once They Start Speaking English They Are Ruined": The Racialization and Exploitation Discourse of White Employers of Undocumented Latino Workers...Juan Salinas, Sonoma State U. "They Want to Make you Feel Inferior for not Speaking English!": Immigrant Youth's Perceptions of Mexican Americans during the Trump Era....Liliana Rodriguez, UC Santa Barbara Prejudice against Immigrants: How Much Does the Volume of Immigration Matter?...M.D.R. Evans and Jonathan Kelley, U. of Nevada, Reno 34

35 Session 126 Seaview Ballroom B Friday 8:30 AM 10:00 AM Marxist Sociology/Critical Sociology: The Anti-Work Ethic: Post-Work Imaginaries and the Future of Labor Organizer & Presider: Michael Roberts, San Diego State U. [Panel with Presenters] After Work: Automation and Labor in Critical Theory...Ryan Moore, CSU East Bay Slackers, Sabotage, and Syndicalism: American Labor and the Refusal of Work...Kristin Lawler, Coll. of Mount Saint Vincent Occupy the Hammock...Michael Roberts, San Diego State U. Money and the Time to Enjoy It: A Critique of the Time/Money Trade-off in Labor Relations...Jonathan Cutler, Wesleyan U. Session 127 Seaview Ballroom C Friday 8:30 AM 10:00 AM Economic Sociology: Work, Worth, and Value: Research in Economic Sociology [Formal Paper Session] Organizer: Elizabeth Sowers, CSU Channel Islands Presider: Paul Morgan, CSU Stanislaus Globalization, Cosmopolitanism, and Individualization: An Analysis of Chinese Attitudes Towards Foreign Products...Weiwei Zhang, Western Washington U. Crafting Self-Worth: Interactional Logics in Pricing One's Labor...Paul Morgan, CSU Stanislaus Constructing a Precarious Workforce: The Role of Welfare Capitalism in Disconnecting the Rust Belt...Amanda McMillan Lequieu, U. of Wisconsin The Colonization of the Public Affairs School by Economists...Matthew Gougherty, Yakima Valley Coll.; Tim Hallett, Indiana U. The Nature, Extent, and Sources of Wealth and Income Inequality in the United States...Berch Berberoglu, U. of Nevada, Reno Session 128 Shoreline A Friday 8:30 AM 10:00 AM Politics and the State (Political Sociology): Political Sociology Abroad [Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Christopher Chase Dunn, UC Riverside Presider: William Hayes, Gonzaga U. "De(mock)racy from Above? Beppe Grillo and the Five Star Movement in Italy"...Raul Perez, U. of Denver Forced Migration Management and the Diffusion of Social Control of Refugees and Internally Displaced Persons in Ukraine...Raphi Rechitsky, National U. New Wine into Old Wineskins? International Religious NGOs and a Civil Society Strategy in North Korea...William Hayes, Gonzaga U.; Joseph Yi, U. of Foreign Studies Stateless Peoples' Experiment with National State Building: The Kurdish Independence Referendum of Sakin Erin, UC Riverside Semantic Construction Through Twitter in the Colombian Peace Process...Devin Cornell, UC Santa Barbara Session 129 Shoreline B Friday 8:30 AM 10:00 AM Urban and Community Studies: Belonging and Community in Urban and Rural Settings [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Carol Ward, BYU Presider: Christie Batson, U. of Nevada Las Vegas "More Music for More People": The Community Chorus in Los Angeles, CA...Breena Loraine, UCLA; Tony McQuilkin, East LA Coll. Confusing Home(s): Multiple and Nostalgic Belonging among Florida's "Transplants"...Skyler Lauderdale, Northern Arizona U. Rituals of Belonging: Building Queer South Asian Ethnoscapes...B.B. Buchanan, UC Davis The Disputed Futures of Las Vegas' Westside Neighborhood...Christie Batson, U. of Nevada Las Vegas Investment in "Home:" Second Properties, Lifestyle Television, and the Production of Family Spaces in the Marketplace...Michelle Janning, Hannah Bashevkin, and Nate Raphael, Whitman Coll. 10:15-11:45 am Friday Session 130 Beacon Ballroom A Friday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM PSA Committee on the Status of Racial and Ethnic Minorities Members: Dr Alicia Bonaparte, Pitzer Coll.; Alexis Grant, Humboldt State U.; Jose Padin, Portland State U.; Nelson Pichardo Almanzar, Central Washington U.; Shweta Adur, CSU Los Angeles; Christina Baker, Sonoma State U.; Xuan Santos, CSU San Marcos; Lori Walkington, UC Riverside Session 131 Beacon Ballroom B Friday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Education Higher Education: Preparing Graduate Students for Teaching-Focused Colleges and Universities Organizer & Presider: Eric Allen, Washington State U. [Panel with Presenters] Panelists...Jodi O'Brien, Seattle U.; Lindsey Trimble-O'Connor, CSU - Channel Islands; John Stover, Santa Rosa Junior Coll. Petaluma; Marisol Clark-Ibáñez, CSU - San Marcos Session 132 Beacon Rotunda Friday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Poster Session I Organizer: Robert E. Kettlitz, Hastings Coll. [Undergraduate Posters] High School Dropout Through the Eyes of Students, High School Staff, and Community Programs...Austin Colburn, U. of Puget Sound What's Taking Them So Long? Setbacks Single Mothers Experience While Attaining a Coll. Degree...Megan Kelley, U. of Alaska, Anchorage Blocking While Black: An Examination of Racial Disparity on Holding Penalties in the NFL...Dylan Leiker, Utah State U. Religious Marketplace Distribution...Emily Wilson, Whitworth U. Navigating Gender and Sexual Identity in a "Straight" World: How LGBTQ+ Coll. Students Talk about Romantic Relationships...Jess Albinson, Gonzaga U. "Drinking in Dorms to Boozing at Bars: A Cross-sectional Cohort Study of Drinking Careers"...Eimer Hannon, Gonzaga U. Black and Asian Bodies in Hollywood from the 80s to the 90s...Michelle Kim, CSU Long Beach Born To Binge: The Effects of Birth Order on Binge Drinking...Sierra Arguilez, Gonzaga U.; Emma Maier, Gonzaga U. The Major Crimes Act of 1855: Analyzing the Effects of Under Reported Rape Crimes among Indigenous Women...Marilyn Villalba, Humboldt State U. An Investigation into a Flipped Classroom Model on the Academic Success of Higher Education STEM Students...Laura DaSilva, Michael Ramirez, Nguyen Nguyen, and Cheyenne Romero, California State Polytechnic U., Pomona Pro-Environment Behavior on and off U. Campus...Dakota Peterson, Gonzaga U. 35

36 Session 133 Harbor A, B, C Friday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Religion: Religious Beliefs [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Stacy George, Whitworth U. Presider: Maureen Day, Franciscan School of Theology From Solidarity to Resurrection: How a 'Theology of Pragmatic Reverence' Shapes Progressive Catholic Civic Engagement...Maureen Day, Franciscan School of Theology Can Interfaith Groups Accommodate Scriptural Literalists?...Summer Brantner, CSU Los Angeles Virtues for Me or Virtues for You?: Patterns of the Perceptions of the Religious Virtues...Michael McCann, Fuller Theological Seminary; Douglas Stenstrom, CSU Los Angeles Angels without Demons: Revisiting Religious Belief and Mental Health...Jason Lane, New Mexico State U. Session 134 Pacific Friday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Art, Culture, and Popular Culture: Making Sense Through Culture [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session] Organizer & Presider: Robert Gardner, Linfield Coll. Demonstrating Common Sense via Popular Culture...Tim Delaney, SUNY Oswego This American Law: Storytelling and Legal Hegemony in NPR's This American Life...Abigail Stepnitz, UC Berkeley Why People Attend Music Festivals Beyond the Music...Kelly Gmeiner, San Diego State U. "Muddy Water's Taking Back My Home": Music and Displacement after the 2013 Boulder County, Colorado Floods...Robert Gardner, Linfield Coll. Re-framing the World through Hip-Hop...Jonathan Baltazar, San Diego State U. Session 135 Regency Ballroom A, B, C Friday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Politics and the State I [Undergraduate Roundtable] Organizer: Robert E. Kettlitz, Hastings Coll. Discussant: William Hayes, Gonzaga U. Creating the Ideal World: Social and Political Changes after the 45th Presidential Election...Sosseh Didarloo and Celina Benavides, CSU Los Angeles Internet Memes and Political Participation of U. Students...Michelle Cera, UC Berkeley Muslim Extremism in the Military Occupation of Xinjiang, China: An Excuse or a Trope?...Yasmeen Azam, CSU Long Beach The Structural Sources of Violent Crimes in Post-Civil War Sri Lanka...Viraji Weerasena, UC Riverside How the Youth Organize in Political Demonstration - Reflecting on 2017 Korean President Impeachment Movement...Eun Ha Kim, UC Berkeley How Did We Get Here? Precursors to the American Conservatism of Today...Fionna Cohen, Whitman Coll. Session 136 Regency Ballroom A, B, C Friday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Gender II [Undergraduate Roundtable] Organizer: Robert E. Kettlitz, Hastings Coll. Discussant: Patricia Drew, CSU East Bay Workplace Beliefs, Gender and Caregiving Status...Naveena Rai and Lauren Chumbley, CSU Channel Islands Disproportionate Disaster: How Natural Disasters Highlight Gender Inequality...Madison Smith, U. of Alaska, Anchorage Street Harassment: Social Tools for Male Dominance...Megan Weisselberg, Whitman Coll. Stay-at-Home Mothers: A Different Discussion...Holly Brimberry, U. of Northern Colorado The Silent 'T' - Research Gaps in Transgender Health...Chain Shields, U. of the Pacific Session 137 Regency Ballroom A, B, C Friday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Migration and Immigration [Undergraduate Roundtable] Organizer: Robert E. Kettlitz, Hastings Coll. Discussant: Heidy Sarabia, CSU Sacramento Determinants of Attitudes on Immigration in Hungary: The European Migrant Crisis...Seth Feldman, Whittier Coll. "If you change everything, it's not going to be Cuenca": Lifestyle Migrants as Gentrifiers in Cuenca, Ecuador...Katherine Smock, Lewis & Clark Coll. Religious Conversion among Bhutanese Refugees in the U.S...Purnima Karki, Whitworth U. The Crisis of Haitian Migrants...Alex Carballar-Quirasco, CSU Long Beach Session 138 Regency Ballroom A, B, C Friday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Sociology of Education-Higher Education II [Undergraduate Roundtable] Organizer: Robert E. Kettlitz, Hastings Coll. Discussant: Brandy Jenner, UC Irvine Queering the Dorms: The Construction of Inclusion and Its Effects on the Production of Knowledge...Christina Kopper, Boise State U. Neoliberalization of HE and the Disenfranchisement of Rural Students...Jacqueline Phillips, Boise State U. An Observation of Student Values...Aaron Jacob Lampé, Boise State U. Pedagogy for Sale...Jeff Cates, Boise State U. An Abridged Introduction: A Longitudinal Analysis of the Representation of LGBTQ Groups in Introductory Sociology Textbooks...Joseph Henry, CSU Long Beach Academic Counselors and their Relationship to Graduation Rates in LAUSD Public High Schools...Kimberly Gonzalez Arce, UC Riverside Session 139 Regency Ballroom A, B, C Friday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Crime, Law, and Deviance II [Undergraduate Roundtable] Organizer: Robert E. Kettlitz, Hastings Coll. Discussant: Matthew Grindal, U. of Idaho Perceptions of Crime in Newspaper Articles: How Do Descriptions of Mental Illness Affect Perceptions?...Payton Bushaw, U. of Portland Women: Overpoliced, Underprotected?...Shirin Purkayastha, UC Berkeley Rebel Map LA: Mapping State-Sanctioned Death Zones in Los Angeles County...Anthony RoBles, CSU Los Angeles Super-Utilizers in Walla Walla and Across the County...Mary Tabb, Whitman Coll. Using Crime Prevention Through Environmental Design (CPTED) to Evaluate Western Washington Universities Dormitories...Tess Schorn, Western Washington U. The Global Crisis of Sex Trafficking Facilitated by the Internet...Louise 36 Mosich, UCLA

37 Session 140 Regency Ballroom A, B, C Friday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Politics and the State II [Undergraduate Roundtable] Organizer: Robert E. Kettlitz, Hastings Coll. Discussant: Raphi Rechitsky, National U. Trump Era Politics and The Conservative Movements on Coll. Campuses...Aliya Claire Francisco, UC Berkeley The Second Secular Cycle and U.S. Hegemonic Decline: Measuring Political Instability from Keyvan Golizadeh, UC Riverside Understanding the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act...David Clark, U. of Alaska, Anchorage The Internalization Process of the Neoliberal Rationality and Its Effect on the Homo Politicus...Jasen Phillips, Oregon State U. Is There a Bubble of Silence in Trump's America?...Melisa Lasell, UC Berkeley Session 141 Regency Ballroom A, B, C Friday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Urban and Communities Studies [Undergraduate Roundtable] Organizer: Robert E. Kettlitz, Hastings Coll. Discussant: Armando Mejia, CSU Long Beach Public Spaces for Selective Gain: Analyzing Unequal Access to Urban Green Spaces...Elena Arakaki, Whitman Coll. Shifting Boundaries, A Spatial Analysis of Neighborhood Change in the Greater Los Angeles Area, Melanie Escola, CSU Channel Islands Local Resistance to Municipal Neo-Liberalism? Effects of Living Wage Campaigns on Public Sector Employment...Lisa Bren, Central Washington U. Commuting to Whitman: Incentivizing Alternative Transportation in a Rural Coll. Town...Elizabeth Greenfield, Whitman Coll. Questioning the Equity of Water Management: A Case Study of Walla Walla...Signe Lindquist, Whitman Coll. Session 142 Regency Ballroom D Friday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Education Higher Education: Global and Institutional Perspectives [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Sandra Way, New Mexico State U. Presider: Daniel Davis, UC San Diego Comparing U. Entrepreneurial Ecosystems' Impacts on Undergraduates: Centralized Versus Decentralized Models...Daniel Davis, UC San Diego Global Education in an Age of Transition: The Impact of Globalization on Education in the Social Sciences...Berch Berberoglu, U. of Nevada, Reno The Impact of Financial Literacy Education on Cohort Default Rates...Jennifer Skornik, CSU Northridge Transforming Education: Decoupling Labor Through the Juggernaut of Modernity...Richard Fernandez, Doug Degher, and Kooros Mahmoudi, Northern Arizona U. Session 143 Regency Ballroom E Friday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Teaching Sociology: Teaching Up: Teaching about Privilege as a Traditionally Marginalized Person, Sponsored by Committee on Teaching Organizer & Presider: Celeste Atkins, Cochise Coll. [Panel with Presenters] Panelists...Celeste Atkins, Cochise Coll.; Alondo (A.C.) Campbell, Santa Ana Coll.; Elsa Valdez, CSU, San Bernardino; Lata Murti, Brandman U.; Jean-Pierre Gatillon, Mt. San Antonio Coll. Session 144 Regency Ballroom F Friday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Fostering Future Graduate Students in Community Colleges, sponsored by the Committee on Community Colleges [Panel with Presenters] Organizers: Rebecca Romo, Santa Monica Coll.; James McKeever, LA Pierce Coll. Presider: James McKeever, LA Pierce Coll. Creating an Academic Pipeline from the Community Coll. to Graduate School...Rebecca Romo, Santa Monica Coll. If You Really Want to Diversify the "Ivory Tower" You Need Community Coll. Students!...James McKeever, Los Angeles Pierce Coll. Formerly Incarcerated Students in Academia: Examining the Inclusion of Community Colleges Students as a Method of Creating a Culture of Continued Higher Education and Graduate Studies in Formerly Incarcerated Students...Kevin Gonzalez, CSU Los Angeles Disrupting the Status Quo: Equitizing Education Through Pathways for Students...Pamela Williams-Paez, Coll. of the Canyons Session 145 Regency Club Boardroom, 16th Floor Friday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM PSA Committee on Committees Closed Members: Wendy Ng, San Jose State; Kim Korinek, U. of Utah; Erich Steinman, Pitzer Coll.; Ann Travers, Simon Fraser; Ann Strahm, CSU Stanislaus; Tanya Nieri, UC Riverside; Shirley A Jackson, Portland State; Christy Glass, Utah State; Katy Pinto, CSU Dominguez Hills Session 146 Seaview Ballroom A Friday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Migration/Immigration: Bans and Borders: Latina/os, Muslims, and the Racialized Neoliberalism of Empire Organizer & Presider: Daniel Olmos, U. of Denver [Panel with Presenters] The "Muslim Ban" and the Crisis of Colorblindness...Maryam Griffin, U. of Washington, Bothell Enemy Within and Without: Racialized Migration as the Geopolitics of Empire...Daniel Olmos, U. of Denver The Crisis of Liberalism, the Muslim Menace, and the Erosion of Citizenship...Yousef Baker, CSU Long Beach Necropolitical S tructures of Representation and the American Tradition of Fascism...Cesar Rodriguez, San Francisco State U. The Transnational Moral Panic: Law and Order, Maras, and Free Trade in El Salvador...Steven Osuna, CSU Long Beach A HUGE Thank You to Undergraduate Coordinator Robert Kettlitz, Hastings College! And to AKD for providing certificates to presenters in undergraduate roundtables and poster sessions. 37

38 Session 147 Seaview Ballroom B Friday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Marxist Sociology/Critical Sociology: Critical Sociology [Formal Paper Session] Organizer: Jake Wilson, CSU Long Beach Presider: Michael Roberts, San Diego State U. Whither Nietzsche in American Sociology?...Michael Roberts, San Diego State U. Framing the Financial Crisis: A Comparative Organizational Analysis of the Tea Party and Occupy Wall Street...Jonathan Rich, CSU Northridge Identity, Meaning and History: Global Capital, Authoritarian Politics, and Cultural Critique for the Present...Reha Kadakal, CSU Channel Islands Prolific Prose: Using Marxism to Comprehend the Future of Capitalism in the Digital Age...Melanie Borstad, CSU Los Angeles Session 148 Seaview Ballroom C Friday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM LGBTQ: Life Course, Aging, and Health, sponsored by the Committee on the Status of LGBTQ Persons Organizer & Presider: Griff Tester, Central Washington U. [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session] Crime, Victimization and the Queer Life Course...Meredith Conover-Williams and Joice Chang, Humboldt State U. Out of Touch, Out of Time: Older Queer Women's Engagement with Fat Acceptance Movements...Natalie Ingraham, Work Experiences and Trajectories in the Lives of LGBT Older Adults...Anna Muraco, Loyola Marymount U.; Karen Fredriksen-Goldsen, U. of Washington Trans Youth in Sin City: How Transgender Youth Come of Age in Las Vegas...Jonathan Jimenez, U. of Nevada Las Vegas PrEP, Gay Men and Generational Sexualities...Griff Tester and Jill Hoxmeier, Central Washington U. Session 149 Shoreline A Friday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Politics and the State (Political Sociology): U.S. Political Sociology [Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Christopher Chase Dunn, UC Riverside Presider: Jessica Callahan, UC Irvine How Has the Nez Percé Negotiated Their Continued Existence Within Global Capitalism?...Levin Welch, UC Riverside Electoral Support for Trump among White Americans - The Big Picture...Eric Hanley and David Norman Smith, U. of Kansas Building a People's Budget: Participatory Budgeting in Long Beach CA.Year 1 and Year 2...Andres Temblador, CSU Long Beach Storytelling in the Congressional Record...Jessica Callahan, Shela Duong, and Francesca Polletta, UC, Irvine Structural and Cultural Barriers to Asian American Political Participation...Jessica Kang, UC Irvine Session 150 Shoreline B Friday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Urban and Community Studies: Education and Community [Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Carol Ward, Brigham Young U. Presider: Bryant Crubaugh, Pepperdine U. Higher Education's Differential Effects on Poverty and its Concentration in Neighborhoods and Cities from Bryant Crubaugh, Pepperdine U. Lack of Community and Coll. Involvement: Factors Correlated with Coll. Student Brain Drain...Isaac Christiansen, Beverly Stiles, and Newman Wong, Midwestern State U. Using Community Organizing and Social Media to Create an Advanced Energy Community in Unincorporated LA County...Rhianna Williams, CSU Los Angeles; Stephanie Pincetl, and Felicia Federico, UC, Los Angeles; David Diaz, Day One The Tiger Against the Ants: Front Businesses, Back Businesses, and Drug Cartels...Piotr Chomczyski, U. of Lodz; Roger Guy, U. of North Carolina at Pembroke 12-1:30 pm Friday Session 151 Beacon Ballroom B Friday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM GIFTS: Great Ideas for Teaching Sociology, Sponsored by Emeritus and Retired Sociologists Committee Organizer & Presider: Dean Dorn, CSU Sacramento [Panel with Presenters] Comfortability with Research and Its Impact on Student Success: Can TBL Increase Student Comfort?...Todd Migliaccio, Aya Ida, Patricia Morris, Yusuke Tsukada, and Dylan Baker, CSU Sacramento The Library Adventure: A Multi-Purpose Exercise...Linda Henderson, St. Mary's U., Calgary Teaching the Gini Coefficient to Cultivate Quantitative Literacy...Dennis Downey and J. Brooke Ernest, CSU Channel Islands Session 152 Beacon Rotunda Friday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Poster Session II Organizer: Robert E. Kettlitz, Hastings Coll. [Undergraduate Posters] Undocumented Students in Higher Education: How the Leticia A. Network Led to Assembly Bill AB540...Rubyd Olvera, UC Riverside Navigating White Spaces: Examining Performance of Low-income Students of Color in Educational Settings...Brian Mercado, CSU Northridge Power-Dynamics within Romantic Relationships: Negotiation of Gender Roles by Examining Language and Emotions...Mimi Nguyen, CSU Fullerton Single Fatherhood...Shaina Prasad, UC Davis Facebook Interaction and Subjective Loneliness...Joseph Dov, CSU Long Beach Media Coverage of Violent and Nonviolent Arrests within the NFL, Katrina Chertkow, U. of Alaska, Anchorage "Baby Bump": A Content Analysis of Popular online Women's Magazine...Yovana Perez, U. of Colorado Denver Exploring the Educational Experiences of Coll. Students with Dependents...Misana Mondragon Parra, Alanna Potter, and Jessica Griffin, California State Polytechnic U. Pomona Outcomes of a Disconnected Society...Grecia Alfaro, Humboldt State U. It's a Match! A Study of the Use of Dating Apps at a Small Catholic University...Caralyn Diedrich, Gonzaga U. 38

39 Session 153 Harbor A, B, C Friday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Work and Organizations: Gender & Organizations: Discrimination and Leadership [Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Preston Rudy, San Jose State U. Presider: Eric Allen, Washington State U. Avoiding the Leaky Pipeline: An Intersectional Approach to Understanding the Power of Social and Cultural Capital in the Workplace...Wynn Hendrix, Portland State U. The Gendered Health Consequences of Workplace Discrimination...Eric Allen, Washington State U. Culture Matters: The Effects of a Conservative Culture on Career/Life Expectations and Reality...Adrian Beorchia and Christy Glass, Utah State U. Who Shall Lead? Gender, Race & Weight Bias in Leader Evaluation...Gabriele Ciciurkaite and Christy Glass, Utah State U. Gendered Consequences of Ideal Worker Norms...Katherine Wullert, Stanford U. Session 154 Pacific Friday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Art, Culture, and Popular Culture: Role Players: Institutional Expectations and Racialized Labor in Film and Television Organizer &Presider: Michael Jeffries, Wellesley Coll. [Panel with Presenters] Off Color: Trevor Noah and the Moral Authority of Black Biracial Comedy...Michael Jeffries, Wellesley Coll. All Non-White Hits are Flukes: Racial Rhetoric of Success and Failure in Hollywood Cinema...Maryann Erigha, U. of Georgia Hollywood Actors as Activists: Racism, Risk, and Reward...Nancy Wang Yuen, Biola U. Session 155 Regency Ballroom A, B, C Friday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Environmental Sociology [Undergraduate Roundtable] Organizer: Robert E. Kettlitz, Hastings Coll. Discussant: Armando Mejia, CSU Long Beach A Politicized Environment...Courteney Schwander, Colorado Mesa U. Environmental Justice and Immigrants in the United States...Miya Frank, Whitman Coll. Nuclear Disaster Vulnerability and Resilience in Japan...Elizabeth Bowman, Colorado Mesa U. Stepping off the Consumption Treadmill: Hunting for Tiny Houses with HGTV...Ciara Zervantian, U. of Alaska, Anchorage Tourists' Relationship between Sense of Place and Environmental Behaviors in the Turks and Caicos Islands of South Caicos, Providenciales, and Grand Turk...Sophie Poukish, Whitman Coll. Justifying Ecological Modernization within an Anti-Capitalist Worldview: Student Attitudes Toward 'Green' Technology and Policy...Zan McPherson, Whitman Coll. Session 156 Regency Ballroom A, B, C Friday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Race/Ethnicity I [Undergraduate Roundtable] Organizer: Robert E. Kettlitz, Hastings Coll. Discussant: Holly Gregg, New Mexico State U. "What Are You Really?": Mixed Race Students' Identity Formation and Negotiation at a Private U...Christopher Apodaca, Gonzaga U. Hispanic-American Racial Identity...Alexandra Mejia, U. of Colorado at Boulder Understanding White Identity Development and its Effects on Race Relations and Discourse...Trang Tran and Marina Rojas, Gonzaga U. White Like Me: Resolving Racial Disparity through Introspection and Integral Theory...Scotty Peterson and Mehmet Soyer, Utah State U. Comparing Latino's Early Childhood Education Enrollment in the Golden and Tar Heel States...Ericka Magana Mendez, CSU Channel Islands Session 157 Regency Ballroom A, B, C Friday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Social Psychology [Undergraduate Roundtable] Organizer: Robert E. Kettlitz, Hastings Coll. Discussant: Amanda M. Shigihara, SUNY Coll. at Old Westbury Animals and the Coll. Students Stressful Life...Abby Shipman, Hastings Coll. The Twenty-First Century Economic Actor: Young Adults and the Lottery...Sarah Dhillon, U. of The Fraser Valley Asian Americans as a Model Minority: How the Stereotype Affects Asian Americans' Mental Health...Jaewon Kim, UC Berkeley Social Groups and the Production of Prejudice...Aaron Fleischman, UC Berkeley Getting Labelled as Homeless: How Does the Label Match the Experience?...Chi Pan Wong, U. of British Columbia Performative Changes in the "Soft" Total Institution of Summer Camps...Liz Chenok, Whitman Coll. Session 158 Regency Ballroom A, B, C Friday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Sociology of Education-Higher Education III [Undergraduate Roundtable] Organizer: Robert E. Kettlitz, Hastings Coll. Discussant: Matthew Gougherty, Yakima Valley Coll. Attitudes Towards Sexual Assault Protocols and Prevention...Lynn Chao, Saint Mary's Coll. of California Conspicuous Consumption within Neoliberal Higher Education and its Effect on Coll. Students' Perspective of Meritocracy...Joshua Cox, Boise State U. Factors that Influence First-Generation Coll. Student Success Rates...Jennifer Medal, CSU East Bay Going Cold: The Relationship between Family Structure and the Social Network and Its Implications for Higher Educational Achievement...Christopher Soria, UC Berkeley Mother-scholars: The Untold Stories of Students Who Are Mothers...Jeanette Razon and Jessica Rodriguez-Lazo, CSU LA Session 159 Regency Ballroom A, B, C Friday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM LGBTQ Research, sponsored by the Committee on Status of LGBTQ Persons [Undergraduate Roundtable] Organizers: Robert E. Kettlitz, Hastings Coll.; Don Barrett, CSU San Marcos Discussant: Don Barrett, CSU San Marcos Queering Suicide: Complicated Discourses, Compiled Deviances, and Communal Directives Surrounding Intentional Selfharm...Genevieve Gregory, U. of Colorado, Boulder LGBTQ Identified Women in "Straight Passing" Relationships...Shoshana Pollack, U. of Colorado Boulder LGBTQ+ Students & Ring by Spring Culture...Sonia Klouse, Whitworth U. 39

40 Session 160 Regency Ballroom A, B, C Friday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Intimate Relationships, Families and Reproductive Politics I [Undergraduate Roundtable] Organizer: Robert E. Kettlitz, Hastings Coll. Discussant: Elizabeth Ziff, The New School for Social Research "Bumble" and the Male Feminist...Nora Leitch, Whitman Coll. Role Conflict: The Effect of Employer Programs on Parents with Special Needs Children...Rosario Medina, CSU East Bay Ring By Spring: A Content Analysis...Margot Spindola, Whitworth U. "Snitches get Stitches" Domestic Violence and the Black Woman's Paradox...Shalita Williams, UC Berkeley A blessed event: How intended parents conceptualize transnational surrogacy...elizabeth Stoeger, Linfield Coll. Religion & Marriage within the Persian Jewish Community...Shana Kheradyar, Chapman U. Session 161 Regency Ballroom A, B, C Friday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Demography, Regional, Transnational, Globalization, and Development [Undergraduate Roundtable] Organizer: Robert E. Kettlitz, Hastings Coll. Discussant: Lindsey Huang, Fresno Pacific U. Homelessness, Resources, and Perceptions of Service Organization Staff and Patrons...Georgina Duy and Jolliett Martinez, Central Washington U. Investigating Ethnic Differences in Living Arrangements Among Ventura County's Aging Population...Maegen Segura, CSU Channel Islands What's Foreign to You May Not Be Foreign to Them: Investigating the Emic and Etic Experiences of International Students at Gonzaga U...Analee Scott, Gonzaga U. Session 162 Regency Ballroom D Friday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Education Higher Education: Exploring the Experiences of Student Mothers in Higher Education, Sponsored by Committee on the Status of Women [Panel with Presenters] Organizer & Presider: Brianne Davila, California State Polytechnic U. Pomona Exploring the Experiences of Student Mothers in Higher Education...Brianne Davila and Giselle Navarro-Cruz, Cal Poly Pomona Navigating the Student-Mother Balance in Higher Education...Claudia Kouyoumdjian and Celina Benavides, CSU Los Angeles Understanding the Early Childhood Care and Education Choices of Latina Mothers...Giselle Navarro-Cruz, Cal Poly Pomona Pushing Academic Boundaries and Strollers: Chicana Latina Mother-Scholar-Activist in the Academy...Christine Vega, UC, Los Angeles Session 163 Regency Ballroom E Friday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Teaching Sociology: Community Colleges: Be The Change You Wish To See In The World: Teaching Careers At The Community Coll. Level, Sponsored by Committee on Community Colleges [Panel with Presenters] Organizer & Presider: Celeste Atkins, Cochise Coll. Panelists...Celeste Atkins, Cochise Coll.; Alondo (A.C.) Campbell, Santa Ana Coll.; Linda Rillorta, Mt. San Antonio Coll.; David Hyde, South Puget Sound Community Coll.; Elizabeth Bennett, Central New Mexico Community Coll. Session 164 Regency Ballroom F Friday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM How Dare You Teach That: The Gendered Classroom, sponsored by the Committee on Status of Women Organizer: Judy Hennessy, Central Washington Univ. Presider: Stacy McGoldrick, Cal Poly Pomona [Formal Paper Session] Feminist Oceanic Pedagogy: Learning and Teaching Interflow...Penny-Bee Kapilialoha Bovard, U. of Hawaii at Manoa Gendering Environmental Justice: Developing a Structural and Intersectional Analysis and Sense of Collective Agency in the Classroom...Lori Baralt, CSU Long Beach Nobody Asked for It: Teaching about Sexual Assault and Violence in a Criminology Course, Challenges and Opportunities for the Feminist Scholar...Stacy McGoldrick and Erika DeJonghe, Cal Poly Pomona Session 165 Regency Club Boardroom, 16th Floor Friday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM PSA Awards Committee Meeting---Closed Members: Augustine Kposowa, UC Riverside; Kelley Strawn, Willamette U.; Susan Mannon, U. of the Pacific; Elizabeth Sowers, CSU Channel Islands; Hyeyoung Woo, Portland State U.; Faye Wachs, California State Polytechnic U. Pomona; Amy Leisenring, San Jose State U.; Debora Paterniti, Sonoma State U.; Christina Sanchez Volatier, Western New Mexico U.; Gary Hytrek, CSU Long Beach; Black Hawk Hancock, DePaul U. Session 166 Seaview Ballroom A Friday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Migration/Immigration: Border Politics and Migrant Vulnerabilities [Formal Paper Session] Organizer: Daniel Olmos, U. of Denver Presider: Erin Hoekstra, U. of Minnesota Cross-border Anxiety: Korean Immigrants on the U.S.-Mexico Border Region...Minjeong Kim, San Diego State U. La Linea: Perceptions of Daily Border Commuting among Transmigrants in the San Diego-Tijuana Border Region...Miguel Avalos, U. of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign The Clinic as Border Checkpoint: The Immigrant Health Crisis and the "Borderization" of Health Care...Erin Hoekstra, U. of Minnesota #BuildTheWall: Physical and Symbolic Boundaries of Exclusion in the Era of Social Media...Nikolitsa Grigoropoulou, U. of North Texas Session 167 Seaview Ballroom B Friday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Sociology of Islam: Sociology of Islam [Formal Paper Session] Organizer: Sabrina Alimahomed-Wilson, CSU Long Beach Presider: Deniz Ilhan, Stony Brook U. Layer upon Layer: Non-Heterosexual Identities Intersecting with Being Muslim-Arab...Candan Duran-Aydintug and Mais Al Nima, U. of Colorado Denver Thinking Muslim Intellectual Space in the Muslim-majority World as a Domain of the New Sociology of Intellectuals and Knowledge: A Literature Review...Deniz Ilhan, Stony Brook U. 40

41 Session 168 Seaview Ballroom C Friday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Sexualities: The Rise and Fall of An Urban Sexual Community: Malate (Dis)placed, Dana Collins, Palgrave/ MacMillan, 2016 [Author Meets Critics] Organizer & Presider: Molly Talcott, CSU Los Angeles Author...Dana Collins, CSU, Fullerton Critics...Anthony Ocampo, Cal Poly Pomona; Karl Bryant, SUNY, New Paltz; Jane Ward, UC Riverside; Shweta Adur, CSU Los Angeles Session 169 Shoreline A Friday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Politics and the State (Political Sociology): Another California, Another Country, Another World [Panel with Presenters]Organizers: Thomas Reifer and Mychal Matsemela-Ali Odom, U. of San Diego Presider: Thomas Reifer, U. of San Diego The Dialectic of Utopia: Immigrant Dreams, Images of the Apocalypse, and the Battle for the Future...Carlton Floyd, Thomas Reifer, Dominique Shank, and Cassandra R Macias, U. of San Diego Killing Californian/American Dreams: Gun Violence, Homicide, and the Californian/American Killing Fields...Hailey Brooks, Cid Martinez, and Tiasha Rogers, U. of San Diego Agency, Incarceration, & Multicultural Education: Pathways of Law, the Life-Course, the (Neighbor)hood & Beyond, and Struggles for Socially Just Futures...Thomas Reifer, Tiasha Rogers, Hailey Trawick, and Alexis Wiley, U. of San Diego Dignity for Black Laborers: Bernard Magubane, Anthony Ngubo and South African Sociology's Challenge to Segregation and Liberal Racial Ideology in Southern California...Mychal Matsemela-Ali Odom, U. of San Diego Session 170 Shoreline B Friday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Medical Sociology and Health: Medical Sociology [Formal Paper Session] Organizer: Amy Leisenring, San Jose State U. Presider: Ester Carolina Apesoa-Varano, UC Davis Doctors and Drugs: Elderly Women and their Experience of Depression...Charles Varano, CSU Sacramento; Ester Carolina Apesoa- Varano, UC Davis Spousal Loss in Late Life and Mental Health among Older Adults in the U.S.: Do Networks Matter?...Bonnie Bui, UC Irvine Professionalized Morality: Science and Discourse of Personal Choice in Medical Professionals...Sofia Pedroza, UC Irvine Cannabis Overdose Experiences as Turning Points in Drug Use Trajectories across the Life Course...Josh Meisel, Humboldt State U. 1:45-3:15 pm Friday Session 171 Beacon Ballroom A Friday 1:45 PM 3:15 PM CSU Sociology Department Chairs Meeting Organizer & Presider: Mary Virnoche, Humboldt State U. Session 172 Beacon Ballroom B Friday 1:45 PM 3:15 PM Applied, Clinical, and Public Sociology: Applying for Jobs in Academia [Panel with Presenters] Organizer & Presider: Todd Migliaccio, CSU Sacramento Panelists. Aya Ida, CSU Sacramento; Christy Glass, Utah State U.; Amy Orr, Linfield Coll.; Sally Raskoff, Los Angeles Valley Coll.; Todd Migliaccio, CSU Sacramento Session 173 Beacon Rotunda Friday 1:45 PM 3:15 PM Poster Session III Organizer: Robert E. Kettlitz, Hastings Coll. [Undergraduate Posters] Canadian Dental Care: An Analysis of Origins, Evidence, Current Practices and Policy...Tracy Anthonsen, U. of the Fraser Valley "Ring by Spring" Culture: Who Wins the Marital Prize?...Sarah Dixit, Whitworth U. Reasons for Entering Consensual Non-monogamous (CNM) Relationships...Sana Alfatal, Sean TenBrook, Anthony Petro, Carolyn Quintana, and Caitlin Shaw, CSU Fullerton A Case Study on Community Engagement through Academic Museums...Zoya Miller, Linfield Coll. Emergency Homeless Services: Toward Effective Interventions...Joshua Haas, Jessica Lucero, and Shannon Browne, Utah State U. Chronic Illness and the Self: The Role of Diagnosis in Shaping the Narratives of Women's Lives...Casey O'Brien, U. of Puget Sound Este Es Mi Hogar: A Sociocultural Examination of the Ethnic and Minoritized Experience in Rural America...Katie Shammel, U. of Puget Sound Parental Involvement: Why it is Essential for First-Generation Latino Coll. Students and their Academic Success...Jocelyn Camarillo, CSU Stanislaus Realistic Goals: Unique Barriers of Undocumented Students in Alaska...Valerie Clark, U. of Alaska, Anchorage Session 174 Harbor A, B, C Friday 1:45 PM 3:15 PM Work and Organizations: Integration, Adoption, and Rejection in Organizations [Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Preston Rudy, San Jose State U. Presider: Ashley Weyers, U. of Arizona Built-in Burnout: Examining the Structure of the U. Work Environment...Jacqueline Carrigan and Ellen Berg, CSU Sacramento Potentials and Pitfalls of 'Worker Involved' Businesses: Investigating the Regulation of Sex Work...Emily Coombes, U. of Nevada Las Vegas "Who Can We Tell Survivors to Call?": The Institutionalization of Criminal-Legal Interventions in a Domestic Violence Organization...Benjamin Weiss, U. of Southern California Working the System to Get into the System: The Strategic Actions of Direct-Entry Midwives in Seattle and Vancouver BC to Promote Integration...Ashley Weyers, U. of Arizona 41

42 Session 175 Pacific Friday 1:45 PM 3:15 PM Religion: New Perspectives in the Sociology of Religion [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Stacy George, Whitworth U. Presider: Jason Wollschleger, Whitworth U. Roller Derby as Lived Religion...Jason Wollschleger, Whitworth U. Understanding Faith-Based Colleges and Universities' Response to the Rescinding of DACA...Lindsey Huang, Fresno Pacific U. Relative and Comparative Effects of Religious Ethnic Minorities on Life Satisfaction in Europe...Setareh Mahmoudi, UC Irvine A Multilevel Analysis of Universalism Values and Subjective Well-Being: The Importance of Religious Context...Jong Hyun Jung, U. of Oklahoma Data Mining De-conversion Narratives: Preliminary Results...Chelsea Starr, Eastern New Mexico U. Session 176 Regency Ballroom A, B, C Friday 1:45 PM 3:15 PM Art, Culture, and Popular Culture [Undergraduate Roundtable] Organizer: Robert E. Kettlitz, Hastings Coll. Discussant: Kayt Sunwood, U. of Alaska Fairbanks "This is the Place to Talk": Selective Sociability at a Coffeehouse's Live Music Shows...Audrey Rink, Sonoma State U. Bad Romance: Relationships in Popular Music Videos...Paige Connell, CSU Chico Reciprocity in the Underground Portland Music Scene...Emery Caster, U. of Portland Why Representation of POC and Queer People Matter in Comics...Eric Ayala, Humboldt State U. Effects of Pornography on the Intimate Lives of Emerging Adults...Kaitlyn Smith, CSU Long Beach I Don't Want to 'Sit Still, Look Pretty' Anymore: Gender Roles in Popular Music...Kelsee Jordan, U. of Alaska, Anchorage Session 177 Regency Ballroom A, B, C Friday 1:45 PM 3:15 PM Sociology of Education-Higher Education IV [Undergraduate Roundtable] Organizer: Robert E. Kettlitz, Hastings Coll. Discussant: Sharon Paterson, Boise State U. Reality Check: Visions, Expectations and Experiences of First-Generation Coll. Students...Jordan Cotton and Jaden Zwick, Gonzaga U. Title IX Policy and CSU's System Handles Sexual Assault Case?...Marisol Hernandez Castaneda and John Kincaid, CSU Stanislaus Neoliberal Higher Education...Lindee Neumeier, Boise State U. Neoliberalism and Quality Higher Education...Erin Applegate, Boise State U. Challenging the Notion of Non-Traditional Students...Gabriela Velasco and Miriam Sepulveda, CSU Los Angeles Session 178 Regency Ballroom A, B, C Friday 1:45 PM 3:15 PM Race/Ethnicity II [Undergraduate Roundtable] Organizer: Robert E. Kettlitz, Hastings Coll. Discussant: Shirley A Jackson, Portland State U. A Model or a Minority? Asian International and Asian American Student Experiences of Racial Stereotypes at Predominantly White U...Yeeun Hong, Gonzaga U. An Investigation of Changing Racial Categories in the 2020 U.S. Census on Racial Discourse in America...Phoebe Nguyen, Whitman Coll. Racial/ethnic Self-segregation Issue at UC Berkeley...Hyeok-Joo Hwang, UC Berkeley Y tú Quién Eres?: Racial Self-Identification Among Latinos in Ventura County...Maria Lara Cordova, CSU Channel Islands Black/Brown Faces, White Spaces: The Geography of Diversity at a Predominantly White U...Nodia Rogers, Gonzaga U. Japanese American Farming in Placer County, California...Katy Woodall, Whitman Coll. Session 179 Regency Ballroom A, B, C Friday 1:45 PM 3:15 PM Intimate Relationships, Families and Reproductive Politics II [Undergraduate Roundtable] Organizer: Robert E. Kettlitz, Hastings Coll. Discussant: Brenda Wilhelm, Colorado Mesa U. Factors Apart from Agency: Why Black and Brown Women Stay in Domestically Violent Relationships...Angelina Amezcua, UC Berkeley How Coll. Students Communicate with Partners About Safe Sex...Solina Beringer, Saint Mary's Coll. of CA Game Material: The Culture of Families and the Family of Cults...Hannah Bashevkin, Whitman Coll. Traditional Continuity in Chinese Marriages : A Cultural and Historical Perspective of Singlehood, Late Marriages, and Hypergamy...Siqi Xiao, U. of British Columbia When Adulting Gets Real: Examining Parenthood and Marital Status Among Young Adults in Ventura County, 1990 to Jazzmyn Martinez, CSU Channel Islands Session 180 Regency Ballroom A, B, C Friday 1:45 PM 3:15 PM Sexualities [Undergraduate Roundtable] Organizer: Robert E. Kettlitz, Hastings Coll. Discussant: Meredith Conover-Williams, Humboldt State U. Intergenerational Examination of Portland's Lesbian Communities...Carly Hollabaugh, Portland State U. Mixed-Orientation Marriage in Queer Modernity: Tongqi in China...Celine Liao, UC Berkeley Impacts of Cultural Narratives on Polyamous People...Alicia Sante, UC Berkeley Queerness Over Time...Maverick Abernathy, CSU Long Beach Session 181 Regency Ballroom A, B, C Friday 1:45 PM 3:15 PM Labor and Labor Movements [Undergraduate Roundtable] Organizer: Robert E. Kettlitz, Hastings Coll. Discussant: Vikas Gumbhir, Gonzaga U. A Family of Unequals: The Lived Experiences and Consciousness of Farmworkers...Mirella Deniz-Zaragoza, UC Riverside Does Higher Income Create More Happiness?...Amanda Olmedo, Colorado Mesa U. 42

43 Session 182 Regency Ballroom A, B, C Friday 1:45 PM 3:15 PM Social Stratification, Inequality, and Poverty [Undergraduate Roundtable] Organizer: Robert E. Kettlitz, Hastings Coll. Discussant: Marcia Marx, CSU San Bernardino Will I Ever See Escrow? Exploring the Living Situations of Ventura County's Young Adults...Justin Bailey, CSU Channel Islands School Aesthetics and Socioeconomic Inequality: How Grass and Glass Reflect...Alexandra Gust, U. of Alaska, Anchorage More Than Just "Ethnic Goods": Quinceañera Shops and a Narrative of Revival vs Survival...Jessica Guerrero, CSU Fullerton The American Dream: A Narrative We Just Can't Quit...Sara Forbes Hall, U. of Alaska Anchorage A Broken System: The Outcomes of Foster Youth...Serenity Rodin, U. of Portland Session 183 Regency Ballroom D Friday 1:45 PM 3:15 PM Education Higher Education: The Sociology Major in the Changing Landscape of Higher Education Organizer & Presider: Wendy Ng, San Jose State U. [Workshop with Presenters] Presenter...Margaret Weigers Vitullo, American Sociological Association Session 184 Regency Ballroom E Friday 1:45 PM 3:15 PM Teaching Sociology: Engaged Pedagogies I [ Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Susan Murray, San Jose State U. Presider: Santos Torres, CSU Sacramento A Knapsack for Student Engagement: Innovative Student Activities...Santos Torres and Debra Welkley, CSU Sacramento Active Learning Strategies to Use in Online Classes...Patricia Hoffman, New Mexico State U. The Pedagogical Power of the Post-It Note...Kathryn Hadley, Hanover Coll. Using Documentary Photography in the Sociology Classroom...Susan Mannon, U. of the Pacific The Sociology Style Assessment: A "Personality" Type Tool that Help Students Recognize the Core Areas of Sociological Theory They Already Resonate With...Daniel Davis, UC San Diego Session 185 Regency Ballroom F Friday 1:45 PM 3:15 PM Social Movements and Social Change: The Feminist Classroom: Pedagogy, Student Research, and Film Organizer & Presider: Julie Shayne, U. of Washington, Bothell [Panel with Presenters] Feminist Pedagogy and Collaboration: The Feminist Community Archive of Washington (FCA-WA)...Julie Shayne, UW Bothell Student Research: Empowerment Through Discovery and Praxis...Taylor Hiner, U. of Washington, Bothell Using Media for Social Change...Jonathan Skurnik, Youth & Gender Media Project Session 186 Seaview Ballroom A Friday 1:45 PM 3:15 PM Social Movements and Social Change: Identity and Expertise in Social Movements [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Kelsy Kretschmer, Oregon State Presider: Erin Hoekstra, U. of Minnesota Survivor Participation in the Anti-Sex Trafficking Movement...Lillian Jungleib, UC Santa Barbara The Immigrant Health Justice Movement: Framing Health in Spaces of Contentious Politics...Erin Hoekstra, U. of Minnesota The VISTA Verve: Architects and Advocacy Planning in Uptown Chicago, Roger Guy, U. of North Carolina at Pembroke Session 187 Seaview Ballroom B Friday 1:45 PM 3:15 PM Latinx Sociology: Latinx in a Context of Oppression: Analysis of Education, Health, Identities [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Manuel Barajas, CSU Sacramento Presider: Elvia Ramirez, CSU Sacramento Acculturation, Acculturative Stress, and Eating Disorders among Latina Coll. Students...Edith Ramirez and Marta Elliott, U. of Nevada, Reno Chicanx/Latinx Students in Higher Education: Exploring Barriers and Structural Inequities in Doctoral Education Programs...Elvia Ramirez, CSU Sacramento Sugar Skulls and Hipsters: The Cultural Appropriation and the Commodification of Dia de Los Muertos...Vanessa Martinez, CSU San Marcos The (Un)Fit Mom: From An Unruly Body to the (Re)Production of Latina "Excess"...Roxanna Villalobos, UC Santa Cruz Session 188 Seaview Ballroom C Friday 1:45 PM 3:15 PM Sexualities: Sexualities: Identities and Practices III [Formal Paper Session] Organizer: Jodi O'Brien, Seattle U. Presider: Kenneth Hanson, U. of Oregon Porter's Five Forces Model of Business within the Sex Industry...Beverly Stiles, Niyati Kataria, Emily Shackelford, and Breana Williams, Midwestern State U. Reality Virtual: Exploring Sexuality as a Contest for Truth about Masculinity on the Reddit...Kenneth Hanson, U. of Oregon Self Actualization and Sex Using Abraham...Dick Skeen, Northern Arizona U. Sex Addiction as Excuse: Religion, Shame, and Popular Explanations of Problematic Sexual Behavior...Jeremy Thomas and Dj Williams, Idaho State U. Session 189 Shoreline A Friday 1:45 PM 3:15 PM Politics and the State (Political Sociology): Global and World Historical Political Sociology [Research in Progress Session] Organizer & Presider: Christopher Chase Dunn, UC Riverside The Importance of the Information Network in Defining and Bounding the Pre-Modern World-System...Teresa Neal, UC Riverside Comparing World-Systems: Power, Size and warfare...christopher Chase Dunn, Hiroko Inoue, and Levin Welch, UC Riverside Policy Planning Core of the Transnational Capitalist Class...Peter Phillips, Sonoma State U. Predicting Genocide: New Findings...Gene Anderson, UC, Riverside 43

44 Session 190 Shoreline B Friday 1:45 PM 3:15 PM Racial Disparities in Women's Health, sponsored by the Committee on Status of Women [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session] Organizer & Presider: Dr Alicia Bonaparte, Pitzer Coll. Alternative Food for Thought: An Intersectional Perspective of the Food System...Briana Compton, U. of Northern Colorado Maternal Mortality in the Sub-Saharan Africa: Examining Socioeconomic and Demographic Influences...Neema Langa, U. of Nevada, Las Vegas Midwifery in Historical Perspective: The Collusion of Race, Class, and Gender...Dr Alicia Bonaparte, Pitzer Coll. 3:30-5 pm Friday Session 191 Harbor A, B, C Friday 3:30 PM 5:00 PM Work and Organizations: Careers, Organizations and Entrepreneurs [Formal Paper Session] Organizer: Preston Rudy, San Jose State U. Presider: Daniel Davis, UC San Diego The Gendered Ideology of the Flat Organization...Megan Tobias Neely, Stanford U. Failing Forward? How U. Startup Programs' Valorization of Risk-Taking Primes Undergraduates for Precarious Employment...Daniel Davis, UC San Diego Social Relations and Conceptions of Risk on Entrepreneurial Intentions among Older Adults...Julie Kim, UC Irvine Session 192 Regency Ballroom A, B, C Friday 3:30 PM 5:00 PM PSA 2018 Grad Fair--meet with representatives of graduate programs Meredith Conover-Williams, Humboldt State Tanya Nieri, UC Riverside Berch Berberoglu, U. of NV, Reno Robert Futrell, U. of NV-Las Vegas Kathy Kuipers, U. of Montana Richelle Swan and Sharon Elise, CSU San Marcos Jennifer Sherman, WA State Tim Wadsworth, U. of CO Boulder Christy Glass and Mehmet Soyer, UT State U. Harmony Newman, U. of N. CO Dj Williams and Jeremy Thomas, ID State U. Jennifer Reich, U. of CO Denver Session 193 Regency Ballroom D Friday 3:30 PM 5:00 PM Education Higher Education: Understanding Unique Types of Students [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Sandra Way, New Mexico State U. Presider: Patricia Drew, CSU East Bay Books or the Ballgame? Understanding Student-Athletes' Experiences with Academics...Dinur Blum, UC Riverside Food Insecurity and Academic Achievement among Coll. Students in the United States...Karen Camelo and Marta Elliott, U. of Nevada, Reno Resilience among Coll. Students with Disabilities: Protective Factors and Social Support...Patricia Drew, Christina Chin-Newman, and Alina Engelman, CSU, East Bay; Sara Smith, U. of South Florida Vulnerable Vets? How Gatekeeping and Stereotypes Shape Access to Student-Veterans in the Qualitative Interview Process...Erica Morales, Anjana Narayan, and William Atienza, California State Polytechnic U. Pomona Session 194 Regency Ballroom E Friday 3:30 PM 5:00 PM Teaching Sociology: Community Colleges: And Now For Something Completely Different: How to Get a Job at a Community College, Sponsored by Committee on Community Colleges [Panel with Presenters] Organizer & Presider: Harry Mersmann, San Joaquin Delta Coll. Panelists...Sharon Yee, Chandler Gilbert Community Coll.; Dan Poole, Salt Lake Community Coll.; Ami Mezahav, Flathead Valley Community Coll.; Elizabeth Bennett, Central New Mexico Community Coll.; Harry Mersmann, San Joaquin Delta Coll. Session 195 Regency Ballroom F Friday 3:30 PM 5:00 PM Sexualities: Becoming Johanna (2016) [Film Session] Organizer & Presider: Julie Shayne, U. of Washington, Bothell Protagonist of the documentary...johanna Clearwater, Filmmaker and Educator; Founder of Youth & Gender Media Project...Jonathan Skurnik, Youth & Gender Media Project Alum (BA, 2017) of Media and Communication Studies...Taylor Hiner, U. of Washington, Bothell Senior Lecturer & Faculty Coordinator, Gender, Women & Sexuality Studies...Julie Shayne, U. of Washington, Bothell Session 196 Regency Club Boardroom, 16th Floor Friday 3:30 PM 5:00 PM PSA Committee on Teaching Members: Elvia Ramirez, CSU Sacramento; Kristin Haltinner, U. of Idaho; Jason Leiker, Utah State U.; Timothy Larkin, Grand Canyon U.; Michelle Robertson, St. Edward's U. Session 197 Seaview Ballroom A Friday 3:30 PM 5:00 PM Social Movements and Social Change: International and Global Social Movements [Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Kelsy Kretschmer, Oregon State U. Presider: Jennifer Skornik, CSU Northridge The Global Right in the World Revolutions of 1917 and 20xx...Jennifer Skornik, CSU Northridge; Christopher Chase Dunn, UC Riverside The Struggle to Stop the Dakota Access Pipeline: Resisting the Lived Experience of Globalization...Edwin Lopez, CSU Fullerton We Mobilize as We Grow: the Influence of Protestantism on Protest Participation in Latin America...Rodolfo Lopez, UC Irvine The Impact of Globalization on the Development of UAMSHO (AWAKENING) Group as a Militant Neo-fundamentalist Social Movement in Zanzibar...Deo Mshigeni, U. of Nevada Las Vegas 44

45 Session 198 Seaview Ballroom B Friday 3:30 PM 5:00 PM Ethnic Studies Programs: Promises and Pitfalls, sponsored by the Committee on Status of Racial and Ethnic Minorities [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Nelson Pichardo Almanzar, Central Washington U. Presider: Cynthia Zhang, Central Washington U. Attitudes toward Muslim Immigrants Integration...Soheil Sabriseilabi, Texas Woman's U. Extending Illegality on DACA and High Skilled Workers...Edwin Elias, U. of Puget Sound Identity and Social Networks: Ethnicity, Gender, and Motherhood in Toni Morrison's Beloved...Cynthia Zhang, Central Washington U. What Should Be the Goals of Ethnic Studies Programs? Ethnic Studies Ain't Just for People of Color...Nelson Pichardo Almanzar, Central Washington U. Assessing the Impact of Ethnic Studies Classes in Higher Education...Nelson Pichardo Almanzar and Margot Mejia, Central Washington U. Assessing the Effects of Ethnic Studies on the Racial Consciousness of White and non-white Students...Margot Mejia and Nelson Pichardo Almanzar, Central Washington U. Session 199 Seaview Ballroom C Friday 3:30 PM 5:00 PM Sexualities: Sexualities: Identities and Practices I [Formal Paper Session] Organizer: Jodi O'Brien, Seattle U. Presider: Annamarie DeGennaro, Seattle U. "A Large Penis is Always Welcome": Women's Vetting Processes and Negotiation of Outside Partnerships Concurrent to Primary Partners...Alicia Walker, Missouri State U. Missionary, Dorsal, or Cowgirl: The influence of Sex Positions on Sexual Satisfaction...Aaron Ledesma, CSU Los Angeles The New Kink: Human Pup Play in the Contemporary Moment...Erik Boyd, San Francisco State U. Understanding the Forces that Shape Individual Decisions about Purchasing Sex in the United States...Martin Monto, U. of Portland Hispanic Women and Anal Sex: A Quantitative Study TestingSexual Script Theory...Aaron Ledesma, CSU Los Angeles Session 200 Shoreline A Friday 3:30 PM 5:00 PM Peace, War, and the Military: War and Peace, Political and Military Leadership in the Global Era [Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Kara Dellacioppa, CSU Dominguez Hills Presider: Enrique Galaz, CSU Los Angeles On Your Six: A Quantitative Study on the Effect of Leadership on Unit Cohesion in Military Units in the U.S. Armed Forces...Enrique Galaz, CSU Los Angeles Hiding Military Distress: Coping Strategies of Women Military Members During Mental and Emotional Distress,...Kristen Schmidt, CSU San Marcos Women Veteran Experiences with Moral Injury and Continuous War...April Koeberle, CSU San Marcos Session 201 Shoreline B Friday 3:30 PM 5:00 PM Medical Sociology and Health: HIV, Race, and Gender [Formal Paper Session] Organizer: Amy Leisenring, San Jose State U. Presider: Sharon Davis, U. of La Verne Age Matters: Differences in Predictors of Self-reported Adherence between Older and Young Black Men Who Have Sex with Men...Ian A. Klinger, CSU Dominguez Hills; Laura M. Bogart, David J. Klein, and Glenn J. Wagner, RAND Corporation; Keshav Tyagi, AIDS Project Los Angeles; Matt G. Mutchler, CSU, Dominguez Hills Survivor: The Stigma Management and Self Worth of Black Women Living with HIV...Sharon Davis, U. of La Verne; Valerie Cummings, U. of La Verne Endangered Women: The Role of Trauma and Gender in the HIV Care Continuum...Kathleen Grove, Palomar Coll. 5:15-6:45 pm Friday Session 202 Beacon Ballroom B Friday 5:15 PM 6:45 PM Presidential Address and Awards Ceremony Teaching Sociology: The Precariousness of Academic Freedom President Amy Orr, Linfield College Threats to academic freedom are not new. Scholars who wrote about academic freedom decades ago were hinting at some of the same issues that we face today. However, as time passes, the threats seem to grow stronger (largely as a consequence of the increasing corporatization of higher education). While some threats are overt, and tend to flare up at particular points in time, others are of a more covert nature that slowly erode the foundations of academic freedom. This talk focuses on a number of these threats (neoliberalism, contingency, political intolerance, ) and their relationship to sociology. Introduction by: Amy Leisenring, San Jose State University (Program Chair) Awards Ceremony: Augustine Kposowa, UC Riverside (Chair, Awards Committee) and More Beacon Ballroom A Presidential Reception--open to all registrants! Friday Receptions 45 Friday 6:45 PM 8:30 PM Regency Ballroom A, B, C Friday 8:30 PM 10:00 PM Student Reception--students--come play games, win prizes, eat, meet new friends, enjoy!

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47 Saturday, 31 March 8:30-10 am Session 203 Beacon Ballroom A Saturday 8:30 AM 10:00 AM PSA Council (Board Meeting) Members and Guests: Amy Orr, Linfield Coll.; Wendy Ng, San Jose State; Elaine Bell Kaplan, U. of Southern California; Kathy Kuipers, U. of Montana; Linda Henderson, St. Mary's, Calgary; Marcia Hernandez, U. of the Pacific; Sharon Elise, CSU San Marcos; Tina Burdsall, Portland State; Patricia Gwartney, U. of Oregon; Lora Bristow, Pacific Sociological Association; Dennis Downey, CSU Channel Islands; Ellen Reese, UC Riverside; Lora Vess, U. of Alaska Southeast; Susan Mannon, U. of the Pacific; Katja Guenther, UC Riverside; Uriel Serrano, UC Santa Cruz Session 204 Harbor A, B, C Saturday 8:30 AM 10:00 AM Social Stratification, Inequality, and Poverty: Income, Wealth, and Inequality [Formal Paper Session] Organizer: Ranita Ray, U. of Nevada Las Vegas Presider: Eric Lin, U. of Nevada, Reno Does Income Inequality Reduce the Quality of Life in the Post-Great-Recession Era? Do Levels of Economic Management Trust Play a Role? A Multi-level Analysis of 87 Countries with over 150,000 Individuals...Eric Lin, U. of Nevada, Reno Early Marriage and Subsequent Socioeconomic Well-being...Sojung Lim, Utah State U. Financialization and Wage Inequality in China, Anthony Roberts and Luoman Bao, CSU - Los Angeles The Effect of Payday Loan Debt on the Homeless Population...Cassidy Owen, John-Louis Dell, and David Boyns, CSU, Northridge Session 205 Regency Ballroom B Saturday 8:30 AM 10:00 AM Social Psychology, Identity, and Emotions: Theorizing and Navigating Identities [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Bill Rocque, U. of Redlands Presider: Matthew Grindal, U. of Idaho Child Identity and Stigma: Variations in the Perceptions of the Adopted/Fostered Child Identity...Tim Rose, Kent State U. Consumer Social Identity Formation...Rudolph Bielitz, UC Riverside Ethnic-Racial Socialization and Psychological Health: An Examination of Identity Verification as a Causal Mechanism...Matthew Grindal, U. of Idaho; Melanie Kushida, UC, Riverside Negotiating Risk: Identity Work among Voluntarily Childfree Women...Amanda M. Shigihara, SUNY Coll. at Old Westbury Status and Psychological Health: An Identity Theory Analysis...Matthew Grindal, U. of Idaho; Melanie Kushida, Tanya Nieri, and Jennifer Rodriguez-Trujillo, UC, Riverside Session 206 Regency Ballroom C Saturday 8:30 AM 10:00 AM Sport and Leisure: Sociology of Sport I [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session] Organizer & Presider: Michelle Robertson, St. Edward's U. 'Burlesque Meets Badass': The Negotiation of Femininity within Women's Flat Track Roller Derby...Torisha Stone, Humboldt State U. Size Discrimination at the Runner's Expo...Tamara Sniezek, CSU Stanislaus Academic Attainment and the Female Student-Athlete: Explaining Superior Performance...Philip White, McMaster U.; Bill McTeer, Wilfrid Laurier U.; Mai Wageh and Jillian Scandiffio, McMaster U. Session 207 Regency Ballroom D Saturday 8:30 AM 10:00 AM Race, Class and Gender: Culture and Race, Class, Gender [Formal Paper Session] Organizer: Sabrina Alimahomed-Wilson, CSU Long Beach Presider: Christina Baker, Sonoma State U. "Why Am I Just Pretty for a Black Girl?": The Convergence of Racial and Gender Ideologies in Black Women's Experience of Colorism...Elizabeth Hughes, UC Riverside Black Women Filmmakers...Hidden Figures?...Christina Baker, Sonoma State U. Not so Black and White: The Case for Race as Culture...Richard Anderson-Connolly, U. of Puget Sound Session 208 Regency Ballroom E Saturday 8:30 AM 10:00 AM Education Higher Education: Adjuncts and New Professors: All You Need to Know about Outcomes and Mapping! Organizer & Presider: Jean-Pierre Gatillon, Mt. San Antonio Coll. [Workshop with Presenters] Education and Acclimation of Outcomes Terminology...Christina Quach Ramirez, Mt. San Antonio Coll. Developing PLOs & SLOs...Karla Hernandez, Mt. San Antonio Coll. Outcomes Mapping & Course Measurable Objectives (CMOs)...Jessica Coronel and Jean-Pierre Gatillon, Mt. San Antonio Coll. Outcomes Assessment...Christina Quach Ramirez, Karla Hernandez, Jessica Coronel, and Jean-Pierre Gatillon, Mt. San Antonio Coll. Session 209 Regency Ballroom F Saturday 8:30 AM 10:00 AM Teaching Sociology: 25/25: Top 25 Tips from 25 years of Teaching Intro Sociology [Workshop] Organizer & Presider: Harry Mersmann, San Joaquin Delta Coll. Presenter...Harry Mersmann, San Joaquin Delta Coll. Session 210 Seaview Ballroom A Saturday 8:30 AM 10:00 AM Social Movements and Social Change: Culture and Social Movements [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Kelsy Kretschmer, Oregon State U. Presider: Baptiste Brossard, The Australian National U. Advocating for Social Change in Punk Music: A Latent Function of Entertainment...Sean Jones, San Diego State U. How to Make an Ideal Society? A Historical Sociology of Utopia Production...Baptiste Brossard, The Australian National U. Performance as Politics: The Strategies and Roles of Social and Cultural Resistance within Roller Derby...Suzanne Becker, U. of Nevada Las Vegas Grassroots Greens in Cyberspace: A Comparison of Issue Frames, Discourses, and Mobilization Practices in California Environmental Justice Organizations' Websites...Armando Xavier Mejia, U. of Wisconsin Whose Concerns Count? Deconstructing Legitimacy Gaps Between Non-Majoritarian and White Identity Movements...Brent Clark, CSU Sacramento 47

48 Session 211 Seaview Ballroom B Saturday 8:30 AM 10:00 AM Latinx Sociology: Alienation from the Nation: Latinx Emergent Identities of Belonging [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Manuel Barajas, CSU Sacramento Presider: Blanca Ramirez, USC A Question of Ethnic Authenticity and a Divergent Latinidad in the Era of Trump: An Analysis of Race, Ethnicity, and Identity Among Bi/ Multiethnic Latinas/os...Ruth Calcanas, CSU Fullerton Resistiendo: How Undocumented Immigrants Frame Their Legal Status in the Trump Era...Laura Zaragoza, CSU Sacramento Not Criminal(s): Family Members' Understanding on Immigration Detention and Deportation...Blanca Ramirez, U. of Southern California U.S. Removal of Mexican Immigrants in the Twenty-First Century: An Interactive Colonization Analysis...Manuel Barajas, CSU Sacramento Session 212 Seaview Ballroom C Saturday 8:30 AM 10:00 AM Sexualities: Sexualities: Identities and Practices II [Formal Paper Session] Organizer: Jodi O'Brien, Seattle U. Presider: Annamarie DeGennaro, Seattle U. "I Will Die an Addict": Constructing Identity through Sex and Love Addicts Anonymous...Celene Fuller, U. of Nevada, Las Vegas Being Bisexual in Monosexual Communities...Candan Duran-Aydintug and Charles Myers, U. of Colorado Denver Queer Pinay Misrecognitions as Empowerment Ethnography...Karen Villa, CSU San Marcos The Split Attraction Model: When Sexual and Romantic Desire Diverge...Lindsay Mixer, Humboldt State U. Exploring Youth Sexualities through True Storytelling...Mary Robertson, CSU San Marcos Session 213 Shoreline A Saturday 8:30 AM 10:00 AM Regional Studies, Transnationalism, Globalization, and Development: Interrogating the Many Faces of Globalization, Transnationalism and Development [Formal Paper Session] Organizer: Shweta Adur, CSU Los Angeles Presider: Berch Berberoglu, U. of Nevada, Reno Transnational Capital, Privatization, and the State in an Era of Neoliberal Globalization: A Comparative Analysis of Two Divergent Paths...Berch Berberoglu, U. of Nevada, Reno Conflict Transformation and Windows of Opportunity: An Evaluation of Women's Rights in Post-Conflict Africa...Tracy Fehr Sardone, U. of Colorado Boulder To Give or to Do: A Closer Look at Participation in Community Development in Indonesia...Raphael Mondesir, U. of Washington National Pride in the Developed World: Do New Methods and Data Change Our Understanding?...Ian Nesbitt, U. of Nevada, Reno Session 214 Shoreline B Saturday 8:30 AM 10:00 AM Medical Sociology and Health: Quantitative Research in Medical Sociology and Health [Formal Paper Session] Organizer: Amy Leisenring, San Jose State U. Presider: Eundria Hill-Joseph, Biola U. Ethnic Density Effect on Health: Variations in Self Report Health among Vietnamese and Mexican Adults in Orange County...Eileen Walsh and Berna Torr, CSU Fullerton; Orvic Pada, Claremont Graduate U. Suicide & Male Thanatology: Insights of Google Trends & Correlate...Margaret Yau and T.L. Brink, Crafton Hills Coll. Ill-Timed: Examining the Effects of Timing of Chronic Illness Onset on Depressive Symptoms among Multiage Adults...Eundria Hill- Joseph, Biola U. New Look at an Old Puzzle?: Exploring the Utility of Ecological-level Measures in Understanding County-level Suicide Rates...Nathan Parsons, Portland State U. 10:15-11:45 am Saturday Session 215 Beacon Ballroom B Saturday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Teaching Sociology: Reflections on Teaching by Emeritus and Retired Faculty, Sponsored by Emeritus and Retired Sociologists Committee [Panel with Presenters] Organizer: Anthony Cortese, Southern Methodist U. Presider: Dean Dorn, CSU Sacramento Panelists. Patricia Hoffman, New Mexico State U.; Gary Cretser, Cal Poly Pomona; Glenn Goodwin, U. of La Verne; Jean Stockard, U. of Oregon; J. Daniel McMillin, CSU, Bakersfield Session 216 Harbor A, B, C Saturday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Social Stratification, Inequality, and Poverty: Poverty and Inequality: Theorizing Change [Formal Paper Session] Organizer: Ranita Ray, U. of Nevada Las Vegas Presider: Molly King, Stanford U. Economic, Human and Social Capital in the Distribution of Political Power and Participation: A Study of Communities of Color in Snohomish County...Michael Mulcahy and Cena Conteh, Central Washington U. Information Inequality: the Class, Gender, and Race of Knowledge Domains...Molly King, Stanford U. Queer Pinay Kinship: How Arte and Hiya Represent Empowerment and Inequality...Karen Villa, CSU San Marcos Homelessness: Useful Medical Metaphors...T.L. Brink, Crafton Hills Coll. Session 217 Pacific Saturday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Media and Communication: Digital Sociologies [Panel with Presenters] Organizer: Matthew Rafalow, UC-Irvine Presider: Kayt Sunwood, U. of Alaska Fairbanks A Call to the Sociology of Video Games...Ian Larson, San Diego State U. Islands in the Stream: Consumer Attitudes toward Digital Music Piracy...Daniel Okamura, CSU Los Angeles Press Start to Continue: Feminist Gamer Experiences...Michael Winters, Texas Woman's U. The Social Construction of Regulation of Speech...Joshua Wortham, U. of Northern Colorado 48

49 Session 218 Regency Ballroom B Saturday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Methods: Methodologies Organizer: Robert Obrien, Emeritus [Formal Paper Session] Presider: John Angle, The Inequality Process Institute "What I See Every Day": Visual Production and Methodological Considerations in a Photovoice Research Project...Quaylan Allen, Chapman U. "Nothing About Us Without Us": Anti-poverty Activism and Knowledge Production...Dilara Yarbrough, San Francisco State U. Applying the Inequality Process To Detecting Politically Motivated Tampering With Labor Income Data...John Angle, The Inequality Process Institute Session 219 Regency Ballroom C Saturday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Sport and Leisure: Sociology of Sport II [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session] Organizer & Presider: Michelle Robertson, St. Edward's U. Competing Racial Narratives: Racialized Nationalism in Professional Surfing News Media Discourse...Ashley Woody and Cassie Comley, U. of Oregon Framing Dissent: Colin Kaepernick, NFL Activism, and the Discursive Battle Over the National Anthem...Jules Boykoff, Pacific U. Mainstream vs. Alternative Narratives in Basketball Fiction for Young Adult Women...Nicole Willms, Gonzaga U. Session 220 Regency Ballroom D Saturday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Teaching Sociology: Community Colleges: Building Pathways for Student Success: Lessons from a Regional Partnership between 2-year and 4-year Institutions [Panel with Presenters] Organizer: Dennis Downey, CSU Channel Islands Presider: Reha Kadakal, CSU Channel Islands Panelists...Dolores Ortiz and Juan Pitones, Oxnard Coll.; Lauri Moore, Ventura Coll.; Reha Kadakal and Dennis Downey, CSU Channel Islands Session 221 Regency Ballroom E Saturday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Teaching Sociology: Engaged Pedagogies II [Research in Progress Session] Organizer & Presider: Susan Murray, San Jose State U. Narrative Storytelling in Teaching Sociology...Chelsea Platt, Park U. Teaching through Self-Disclosure...Amanda Brand, Northern Arizona U. What Matters to You? Constructing Understanding and Finding Passion through Student-Created Podcasts: the Value of Digital Storytelling in the Classroom...Risa Garelick, Northern Arizona U. Teaching Student Presentations: New Techniques for Effective Learning...Terri Anderson, UC Los Angeles Research into Action: Raising the Racial Literacy of White-Identified Faculty...Susan Murray, San Jose State U. Session 222 Regency Ballroom F Saturday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Teaching Sociology: Community Colleges: Online Sociology: How To Interact With Students in Virtual Spaces Organizer & Presider: Jessica Moss, Mt San Antonio Coll. [Workshop with Presenters] Panelists Marlene Gallarde, Karla Hernandez, Ivan Sanches, and Jessica Moss, Mt San Antonio Coll. Session 223 Seaview Ballroom A Saturday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Social Movements and Social Change: Organizations and Movement Building [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Kelsy Kretschmer, Oregon State U. Presider: Nayla Huq, CSU Northridge Interrogating the "Non-profit Industrial Complex" Thesis: A Useful Tool for Studying Social Movements?...Megan Alpine, UC Santa Cruz Movement Building Analysis as Method: The Case of the Wisconsin Uprising...Ben Manski, UC Santa Barbara "Astroturfing" for School Choice -- A Case Study on Parent Revolution...Nayla Huq, CSU Northridge What We Gain by Centering Agency in Social Movement Epistemology...Ben Manski, UC Santa Barbara Social Movements, Revolution, and Social Transformation...Berch Berberoglu, U. of Nevada, Reno Session 224 Seaview Ballroom B Saturday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Intimate Relationships, Families, and Reproductive Politics: Caregiving and Social Roles within Families Organizer: Laury Oaks, UC Santa Barbara Presider: Charity Perry, CSU LA [Formal Paper and Research in Progress] Grandparents as Parent: A Study of Relative Caregivers...Jennifer Skornik, David Boyns, and Moshoula Capous-Desyllas, CSU Northridge; Nayeli Perez, CSU Long Beach; Teresa Cisneros, CSU Northridge Does Money Matter? The Effects of Wealth and Class on Child Caretaking by Fathers...Natasha Hagaman-Cummins, UC Merced Flipping the (Surname) Script: Men's Non-Traditional Surname Choice at Marriage...Emily Fitzgibbons Shafer and MacKenzie Christensen, Portland State U. A Qualitative Analysis of the Stepparent Role on Transition Days in Blended Families...Charity Perry and Richard Fraser, CSU Los Angeles Expanding Our Notions of Family and Gender: Queer-Identified Foster Parents...Jen Marony, CSU Northridge Session 225 Seaview Ballroom C Saturday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Sexualities: Sexualities and Context: History, Policy, and Place [Formal Paper Session] Organizer: Jodi O'Brien, Seattle U. Presider: Danielle Hidalgo, CSU Chico "If It's Unwanted, It's Harassment": A Study of Sexual Capital and Collective Sexual Life In and Beyond London's Nightclub Dance Floors...Danielle Hidalgo, CSU Chico A Space for Place in the Study of the Hookup: Accounting for Institutional Histories, Geographies and Culture in the Study of Coll. Student Sex...Janelle Pham, UC Santa Barbara Framing of Civil Rights Ordinances in Fayetteville, AR...Joshua Cafferty, UC Irvine Methodological Challenges in Estimating the Population and Circumstances of LGBT Prison and Jail Inmates...Andrew Spivak and Chris Wakefield, U. of Nevada, Las Vegas 49

50 Session 226 Shoreline A Saturday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Regional Studies, Transnationalism, Globalization, and Development: Contextualizing Development I Organizer: Shweta Adur, CSU Los Angeles Presider: Martin Jacinto, UC Irvine [Research in Progress Session] Persistent or Dissolved Global Hierarchy? Discrete Robust Clustering Analysis of the World-System Structure...Martin Jacinto, UC Irvine Domestic Inter-City Environmental Knowledge Networks in China: Exploring the Effects of Policy Performance, Geographic Distance and Socioeconomic Growth...Ben Leffel, UC Irvine Qatari Foreign Aid in the Post-development Era: A Paradigm Shift?...Hasan Mahmud, Northwestern U. in Qatar Financialization Of Municipal Water Agencies: Local Agencies In Global Markets...Christopher Gibson, UC Irvine Session 227 Shoreline B Saturday 10:15 AM 11:45 AM Medical Sociology and Health: Healthcare in the U.S. [Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Amy Leisenring, San Jose State U. Presider: Jennifer Reich, U. of Colorado Denver Knowledge of and Attitudes about Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis (PrEP) Among Primary Care Providers Outside of Large Urban Areas of Washington State...Griff Tester and Jill Hoxmeier, Central Washington U. Electronic Health Records and the Restructuring of Health Care Delivery...Rosalie Winslow, UC San Francisco Direct Primary Care: A Qualitative Study on Patient Satisfaction...Ainsley Oates, U. of Northern Colorado Recurrent Medical Appointment No-Shows and the Health Belief Model...Kyle Chapman, Oregon Institute of Technology; Stephanie Machado, UC Berkeley Seeking Care without Fear of Debt: A Qualitative Analysis of the Effects of Medicaid Expansion for Low Income Patients...Jennifer Reich and Anne Libby, U. of Colorado Denver 12-1:30 pm Saturday Session 228 Beacon Ballroom A Saturday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM All Committees Sharing/Debrief: For representatives from PSA committees Session 229 Harbor A, B, C Saturday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Social Stratification, Inequality, and Poverty: Poverty and Inequality: Exploring Institutions [Formal Paper Session] Organizer: Ranita Ray, U. of Nevada Las Vegas Presider: Josh Seim, UC Berkeley A Hand Up, Not a Hand Out: How Low-Income Oregonians Negotiate Class and Social Policy...Morgan Montañez, Washington State U. A Qualitative Exploration of Declining Labor Force Participation Among White, Working-Class Men in Rural America...Robert Francis, Johns Hopkins U. Capitals on Campus: Classed Variations in Amount and Usage of Social, Cultural, and Economic Capital among Coll. Students...Allison Hurst, Oregon State U. The Ambulance: On the Frontlines of Poverty Governance...Josh Seim, UC Berkeley Negotiating the Grind: Black Women and Survival in the Inner City...Alexis McCurn, CSU Dominguez Hills Session 230 Pacific Saturday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Media and Communication: Media Narratives Impact on Perceptions of Crime and Justice [Formal Paper and Research in Progress] Organizer: Stephani Williams, Northern Arizona U. Presider: Meredith Brown, Northern Arizona U. New York's Finest" A Content Analysis of Two Fictional Crime Dramas...Stephani Williams, Seth Sheer,and MIkayla Jepson, Northern Arizona U. Fictional Crime Television and Criminal Justice Students Aspirations...Kelley Nestuk, Arizona State U. Unarmed and Dangerous: A Comparative Content Analysis of Online Media Narratives Regarding the Police Shootings of Unarmed Citizens...Stephani Williams, Meredith Brown, and Vernon Jamison, Northern Arizona U. Session 231 Regency Ballroom B Saturday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Social Psychology, Identity, and Emotions: Affects and Effects: Emotions, Identity and Self [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Bill Rocque, U. of Redlands Presider: Kristin Haltinner, U. of Idaho Emotional Contagion: Crowd Emotions and its Effect on Public Safety Personnel Resolving Incidents...Cornel Stemley, Grand Canyon U. Finding "Home": Seeking Identity through Emotion, Place and Interaction...Terri Anderson, UC Los Angeles Potential Predictive External Events for Secondary Emotions: The Impact of Prominence-Salience Discrepancy on Pride and Shame...Kelly Markowski and Richard Serpe, Kent State U. Shooting Together: Gun Ranges, Community, and the Self...Paul Morgan, CSU Stanislaus Understanding Trauma in Child Delivery...Kristin Haltinner, U. of Idaho; Leanna Keleher Session 232 Regency Ballroom C Saturday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Art, Culture, and Popular Culture: Health, Wellness, and The Body in Popular Culture [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Robert Gardner, Linfield Coll. Presider: Natalie Jolly, U. of WA Tacoma Joe Swanson: What Family Guy teaches about disability...michael Briscoe, Utah State U. Knocked Up Knock Outs: Sexuality, Media and the Pregnant Body...Natalie Jolly, U. of Washington Tacoma Sweet Nothingness: A Sociological Study of Sound Healing Experiences...Briauna Johnson and David Boyns, CSU, Northridge See you at PSA 2019 the 90th Annual Meeting in Oakland, CA, Thurs. March 28-Sun. March 31 50

51 Session 233 Regency Ballroom D Saturday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Education other than Higher Education: Educational Issues and Inequality [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Joe Johnston, Gonzaga U. Presider: Stephanie Arnett, New Mexico State U. "Maybe I'm Disruptive, but I'm Not Disrespectful!": Teachers, Students and the Co-construction of Disrespect in the Classroom...Heidi Schneider, UC San Diego Education that Counts: Considering Social Factors in the Classroom...Suzanne Wood, U. of Victoria Improving Equality of Educational Opportunities in Mexico: How Policy Can Help...Stephanie Arnett, New Mexico State U. Turning on Entitlement? Exploring the Role of Technology in Shaping the Activation of Cultural Capital for Parents within the Field of Home/school Relations...Sonja Taylor, Portland State U. Session 234 Regency Ballroom E Saturday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Teaching Sociology: Best Practices: Tools for Introduction to Sociology [Workshop with Presenters] Organizer & Presider: Marlene Gallarde, Mount San Antonio Coll. Panelists.Jessica Coronel, Christina Quach Ramirez, Karla Hernandez, Laquita Jones, Marissa Banuelos, and Marlene Gallarde, Mt San Antonio Coll. Session 235 Regency Ballroom F Saturday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Teaching Sociology at Community Coll.: Innovations, Changes, and Challenges II [Panel with Presenters] Organizer & Presider: Dan Poole, Salt Lake Community Coll. Barnga: Teaching Culture with a Silent Card Game...Dan Poole, Salt Lake Community Coll. Colored Girls and Controlling Images: Using Multiracial Feminist Theory to Transform Pedagogy...Celeste Atkins, Cochise Coll. Introducing the "Contingent Labor Conditions Score": A Tool for Building Equity Among Contingent and Non-Contingent Faculty Across Institutions...Daniel Davis, UC San Diego Socio-Culture Adjustment of International Students in Ahmedabad City, Gujarat...Jhaver Patel, Gujarat U. Ahmedabad India; Subhash Pandar, Gujarat Vidhyapith Session 236 Seaview Ballroom A Saturday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Social Movements and Social Change: Nationalism and Right-Wing Movements [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Kelsy Kretschmer, Oregon State U. Presider: Shirley A Jackson, Portland State "Ultranationalism" and the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election: Is There a Connection between Post-election Violence and Hate Groups?...Shirley A Jackson, Portland State U. Active Abeyance and Political Opportunity: Explaining Ebbs and Flows in U.S. White Supremacy...Robert Futrell, U. of Nevada-Las Vegas; Pete Simi, Chapman U. The Nationalist Stage: NACHO, the GLF, and the Struggle Over Gay Liberation...B.B. Buchanan, UC Davis The Social Context of the Charlottesville Attack of 8/12/ Thais Forneret, CSU Sacramento Session 237 Seaview Ballroom B Saturday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Asian/Asian American Sociology: Asian American Sociology 2 [Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Vincent Laus, CSU Stanislaus Presider: Jan Michael Ballesteros, U. of Nevada, Las Vegas Ethnic Resurgence or Assimilation?: Asian American Attitudes and Experiences within a Los Angeles Panethnic Suburb...Varisa Patraporn and Barbara Kim, CSU Long Beach Neither American Nor Asian: The Bifurcation of Racialized Assimilation among Asian Americans...Hyunsu Oh and Michelle Yeung, UC, Merced The Model Minority Myth and Academic Achievement Stressors Among Asian Americans...Jan Michael Ballesteros, U NV Las Vegas Universalizing the Particular: Strategic Framing in Korean-American Cross-Border Activism...Angela McClean, UC San Diego Session 238 Seaview Ballroom C Saturday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Life Course and Aging: Life Course and Aging [Research in Progress Session] Organizer: Deborah Thorne, U. of Idaho Presider: T.L. Brink, Crafton Hills Coll. Impact of Social Characteristics on Health Behaviors Between Elderly Hispanic and Asian Americans...Jacob Huang, Fresno Pacific U. "Maybe Tell Me I Did Good:" Caregivers' Perceptions of Stress and Support for Their Work with Persons with Alzheimer's Disease...Danielle Duckett, CSU Sacramento; Meggan Jordan, CSU Stanislaus Increased Independent Living through Strength Training and Better Balance...Christina Martinek, Humboldt State U. Finding and Understanding New Parent Resource Deserts Using GIS...Alexandria Clark, U. of Colorado Denver Session 239 Shoreline A Saturday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Regional Studies, Transnationalism, Globalization, and Development: Contextualizing Development II Organizer: Shweta Adur, CSU Los Angeles Presider: John McCollum, UC Irvine [Formal Paper Session] The Challenges of Women Leadership in Nigeria's Development...Yise Samuel, Plateau State Polytechnic Barkin-Ladi Jos Nigeria The Other Side of Development: India and the West...Disha Pegu, Ambedkar U. Delhi; Niharika Dowerah, Ambedkar U. Delhi Sustainability and Equitable Development in Indonesia's Palm Oil Sector: A Commodity Chain Approach...John McCollum, UC Irvine Effect of Cash Transfer on the Livelihood of Beneficiaries in Ghana: A Case of Selected Districts in the Brong Ahafo Region...Gideon Gyimah Addai Poku, Northern Arizona U. Session 240 Shoreline B Saturday 12:00 PM 1:30 PM Medical Sociology and Health: Substance Use, Abuse, and Addiction [Formal Paper Session] Organizer: Amy Leisenring, San Jose State U. Presider: Niki Kiepek, Dalhousie U. The Influence of Social Contexts on Substance Use by Professionals and Students in Professional Programs...Niki Kiepek, Brenda Beagan, and Jonathan Harris, Dalhousie Privileged Addicts Get Medical Treatment While Everyone Else Waits on God: The Influence of Marginalization on Addiction Treatment...Aiemie Pace, U. of Nevada Las Vegas Addiction Medicine in Indigenous Culture...Ashleigh Pulling, U. of Northern Colorado 51

52 Index to Participants (By Session Number) Abad, Miguel : 19 Abell, Leslie: 10, 53 Abernathy, Maverick: 180 Addai Poku, Gideon Gyimah : 239 Adibifar, Karam: 47 Admire, Amanda : 5, 38, 42 Adur, Shweta : 67, 130, 168, 213, 226, 239 Aguilar, Veronica: 85 Al Nima, Mais : 167 Albinson, Jess : 132 Alexander, Quinton : 25 Alfaro, Grecia : 152 Alfatal, Sana : 173 Alimahomed-Wilson, Sabrina : 63, 77, 91, 97, 167, 207 Allen, Eric : 131, 153 Allen, Quaylan: 218 Allison, Juliann: 56 Alpine, Megan : 88, 223 Alston-Stepnitz, Eli : 92 Altamirano, Abigail : 121 Amezcua, Angelina : 179 Anahita, Sine : 30 Anastasia, Desire : 5, 18, 66, 97 Anckle, Stephanie : 5, 58, 73, 95 Anderson, Gene: 189 Anderson, Shane : 78 Anderson, Terri: 221, 231 Anderson-Connolly, Richard : 207 Andrade, Emily: 91 Angle, John : 218 Anthonsen, Tracy: 173 Apesoa-Varano, Ester Carolina : 170 Apodaca, Christopher : 156 Applegate, Erin : 177 Arakaki, Elena : 141 Arce, Eric : 56 Arevalo, Vanessa : 120 Arguilez, Sierra : 132 Arnett, Stephanie : 233 Asencio, Emily: 85 Aten, Callen : 119 Athey, Nicholas : 52 Atienza, William: 85,193 Atkins, Celeste : 2, 5, 28, 143, 163, 235 Austin, Duke: 18, 97 Avalos, Miguel : 166 Ayala, Celine : 20, 57 Ayala, Eric : 176 Azam, Yasmeen: 135 Babbie, Earl: 4, 15 Bailey, Justin: 182 Baker, Christina : 130, 207 Baker, Dylan: 151 Baker, Yousef: 146 Balentine, Annica: 119 Ballesteros, Jan Michael : 237 Baltazar, Jonathan: 134 Banark, Taylor: 115 Banuelos, Marissa: 234 Bao, Luoman: 204 Barajas, Manuel : 67, 187, 211 Baralt, Lori : 164 Barnes, Nielan : 52 Barrett, Don: 5, 84, 96, 108, 159 Basaldua, Fructoso : 77 Bashevkin, Hannah : 129, 179 Batson, Christie : 129 Beagan, Brenda: 240 Becker, Suzanne: 210 Beer, Alexis: 119 Bell Kaplan, Elaine: 5, 16, 42, 67, 112, 203 Beltz, Lindsey: 66 Benavides, Celina: 135, 162 Bennett, Elizabeth: 163, 194 Beorchia, Adrian : 153 Berberoglu, Berch : 5, 83, 127, 142, 192, 213, 223 Berg, Ellen : 174 Beringer, Solina : 179 Berri, David: 113 Bhullar, Kanwar: 117 Bielitz, Rudolph: 205 Binder, Amy: 68 Bird, Mark: 65 Blum, Dinur : 193 Bogart, Laura M.: 201 Bonaparte, Dr Alicia : 5, 115, 130, 190 Boone II, Christopher : 122 Borstad, Melanie: 147 Bose, Diya: 89 Bostean, Georgiana : 59 Bovard, Penny-Bee Kapilialoha : 164 Bowman, Elizabeth : 155 Boyd, Erik : 199 Boykoff, Jules: 219 Boyns, David: 204, 224, 232 Brand, Amanda : 221 Brandel, Matthew : 58 Brantner, Summer : 133 Bravo, Odalys : 77 Bren, Lisa : 141 Briggs Ott, Mary: 104 Brimberry, Holly: 136 Brink, T.L. : 75, 214, 216, 238 Briscoe, Michael : 232 Bristow, Lora : 5, 16, 28, 42, 67, 70, 112, 203 Brooks, Hailey: 169 Brooks, Jacqueline: 105 Brossard, Baptiste : 17, 210 Brown, Meredith : 230 Browne, Shannon: 173 Bruene, Sara : 99 Bryant, Karl: 168 Buchanan, B.B. : 129, 236 Bui, Bonnie : 170 Burdsall, Tina: 5, 16, 29, 42, 95, 112, 203 Burke, Jordan: 93 Burns, Deborah : 114 Bushaw, Payton : 139 Butler, Marie: 2 Cabrera, Debra: 66 Cabrera, Jessica : 18 Cadigan, Michele : 56 Cafferty, Joshua: 225 Calcanas, Ruth : 211 Calderón, Abraham : 89 Calderon-Zaks, Michael : 21 Callahan, Jessica : 36, 149 Camacho, Michelle: 5, 42 Camarillo, Jocelyn : 173 Camelo, Karen: 193 Cameron, Kolby : 116, 121 Campbell, Alondo (A.C.): 143, 163 Capous-Desyllas, Moshoula: 99, 224 Caputo-Levine, Deirdre : 52 Carballar-Quirasco, Alex: 137 Carian, Emily : 64 Carlson, Matthew: 5, 42, 70, 107, 111 Carrigan, Jacqueline : 105, Carrillo, Nicole: 117 Carter, Courtney : 35 Carter, Harrison : 113 Carter, Michael : 85 Cartier, Marie: 108 Casper, Monica : 20 Caster, Emery: 176 Castillo, Gina : 32 Castillo, Mauricio: 7 Caswell, Cory : 6 Cates, Jeff: 138 Ceballos, Mayra : 66 Cera, Michelle : 135 Cervantes, Marisa : 23, 32 Çetin-Ayşe, Çağlar: 64 Chan, Wendy : 23 Chang, Joice: 148 Chao, Lynn : 158 Chapman, Kyle: 227 Chase Dunn, Christopher : 67, 128, 149, 189, 197 Chavez, Michael : 87 Chenok, Liz: 157 Chertkow, Katrina : 152 Chin, Christina: 85 Chin, Jeff : 1, 2, 3, 4, 15, 26, 39, 40, 45, 109 Chin-Newman, Christina: 193 Chomczyski, Piotr: 150 Christensen, MacKenzie: 224 Christiansen, Isaac : 150 Chumbley, Lauren : 136 Ciciurkaite, Gabriele: 153 Cisneros, Emmanuel : 121 Cisneros, Teresa: 224 Clark, Alexandria : 238 Clark, Brent : 210 Clark, David : 140 Clark, Valerie: 173 Clark-Ibáñez, Marisol: 131 Clearwater, Johanna: 195 Cline, Nathaniel: 56 Cohen, Fionna: 135 Cohen, Marcelle: 17 Colburn, Austin: 132 Collins, Dana: 168 Collins-Dogrul, Julie : 105 Comley, Cassie: 219 Compton, Briana : 190 Connell, Paige : 176 Conover-Williams, Meredith : 96, 148, 180, 192 Conteh, Cena: 216 Coombes, Emily : 174 Cornell, Devin : 17, 128 Coronel, Jessica: 208, 234 Corral, Diana : 19, 91 Corrales-Øverlid, Ann Cathrin : 124 Cortese, Anthony : 84, 215 Cotton, Jordan : 177 Cowan, Sarah: 12 Cox, Joshua: 158 Craft, Merissa : 22 Cretser, Gary: 84, 215 Crowder, Catherine : 113 Crubaugh, Bryant : 150 Cruz, Taylor : 17 Cumming, Sara : 86 Cummings, Valerie: 201 Cupo, Dimitra : 12 Cutler, Jonathan: 126

53 Dahlem, Jonathan: 79 Danico, Mary: 85 DaSilva, Laura: 132 Davila, Brianne : 162 Davis, Carla: 80 Davis, Daniel : 142, 184, 191, 235 Davis, Sean: 5, 96 Davis, Sharon : 5, 67, 201 Day, Maureen : 133 Deener, Andrew: 33, 94, 107 DeGennaro, Annamarie : 199, 212 Degher, Doug : 142 DeJonghe, Erika: 164 Delaney, Tim : 134 Dell, John-Louis: 204 Dellacioppa, Kara : 18, 97, 200 Deniz-Zaragoza, Mirella : 181 Deo, Meera: 85 Deverux, Raven: 121 Dhillon, Sarah : 157 Diaz, Corina : 10 Diaz, David: 150 Diaz, Janette : 56 Didarloo, Sosseh : 135 Diedrich, Caralyn: 152 Dingeman-Cerda, Katie : 48 Dixit, Sarah : 173 Dolan, Kevin : 76 Dorn, Dean : 5, 41, 84, 151, 215 Dotson, Briauna: 22 Dov, Joseph: 152 Dowerah, Niharika: 239 Downey, Dennis : 8, 16, 42, 53, 67, 151, 203, 220 Drew, Emily : 74 Drew, Patricia : 136, 193 Driscoll, Daniel : 51 Duckett, Danielle : 5, 29, 123, 238 DuCros, Faustina M. : 85, 102 Dugan, Rhonda : 11 Duong, Shela: 149 Duran-Aydintug, Candan : 7, 167, 212 Dutta, Sneha: 55, 123 Duy, Georgina : 161 Earl, Emma: 59 Earles, Laura : 5, 29, 51, 65, 67, 69, 79, 93 Eisen, Daniel : 11, 103 Elias, Edwin: 198 Elise, Sharon: 5, 27, 42, 192, 203 Elliott, Marta : 70, 187, 193 Enbysk, Ashlee : 117 Engelman, Alina: 193 Erigha, Maryann: 154 Erin, Sakin: 128 Ernest, J. Brooke: 8, 151 Esbensen, Heidi : 44, 81 Escobar, Vanessa: 48 Escola, Melanie : 141 Espinosa, Jessica : 47 Evans, M.D.R. : 125 Everhart, Katherine: 83 Farrington, Keith: 28 Fasano, Jessica : 58 Fazzino, Lori: 29 Federico, Felicia: 150 Fehr Sardone, Tracy: 213 Feldman, Seth : 137 Fenello, Colin : 77 Ferguson, Tamanika : 80 Fernandez, Richard: 142 Fitzwater Gonzales, Laura : 104 Fleischman, Aaron : 157 Flores, Nicole : 66 Floyd, Carlton: 169 Fong, Jack: 31 Forbes Hall, Sara : 182 Ford, Allison: 83 Forneret, Thais : 236 Forster, Kimberly : 116 Fossett, Stephen: 22 Fox, Abby: 26, 39 Francis, Robert : 229 Francisco, Aliya Claire : 140 Frank, Miya: 155 Fraser, Richard: 224 Fredriksen-Goldsen, Karen: 148 Fretwell, Michelle : 119 Fuentes, Yanira: 87 Fuller, Celene : 5, 55, 212 Futrell, Robert: 70, 107, 192, 236 Galaz, Enrique : 200 Galbreath, Bailey: 121 Gallarde, Marlene : 222, 234 Galloway, Lauren : 52 Gantt, Bianca : 11 García, Rocío R. : 29, 60, 69, 89 Gardner, Jeffrey : 46 Gardner, Robert : 114, 134, 232 Garelick, Risa : 221 Gast, Julie: 59 Gast, Melanie : 33, 82 Gatillon, Jean-Pierre : 143, 208 George, Stacy : 113, 133, 175 Gibson, Christopher: 226 Gibson, Greg: 54 Glass, Christy : 16, 30, 104, 121, 145, 153, 172, 192 Gmeiner, Kelly: 134 Goalwin, Gregory : 34, 114 Gold, Jeff : 49 Golizadeh, Keyvan: 140 Gomez, Mariana : 7 Gonzales, Alicia : 5, 71 Gonzalez Arce, Kimberly : 138 Gonzalez, Kevin : 25, 52, 144 Goodwin, Glenn : 67, 84, 215 Gough, Margaret: 67 Gougherty, Matthew : 44, 127, 158 Grant, Alexis: 130 Greenfield, Elizabeth : 141 Gregg, Holly : 50, 156 Gregory, Genevieve : 159 Griffin, Jessica : 152 Griffin, Maryam: 146 Grigoropoulou, Nikolitsa : 166 Grindal, Matthew : 28, 139, 205 Grossman, Barbara : 124 Grove, Kathleen: 201 Gruys, Kjerstin : 50 Guenther, Katja : 16, 42, 63, 203 Guerrero, Jessica : 182 Guevara, Jose: 48 Gulbrandsen, Rachael : 104 Gumbhir, Vikas : 5, 29, 42, 76, 118, 181 Gussman, Melissa: 7 Gust, Alexandra : 182 Gutierrez, Armand : 90 Guy, Roger: 150, 186 Guy, Yoshi : 122 Gwartney, Patricia: 5, 16, 42, 70, 95, 112, 203 Haas, Joshua : 173 Hadley, Kathryn: 184 Hagaman-Cummins, Natasha: 224 Halcomb, Laura: 36 Hallett, Tim: 127 Haltinner, Kristin : 51, 100, 196, 231 Halushka, David : 76 Hampton, Brittany: 22 Hancock, Black Hawk : 20, 33, 42, 67, 70, 82, 86, 94, 99, 107, 111, Hanley, Eric: 149 Hannon, Eimer : 132 Hanson, Kenneth : 188 Harris II, Emmanuel : 35 Harris, Jonathan: 240 Harrison, Jill: 67 Hayes, William : 128, 135 Henderson, Angie : 47 Henderson, Linda : 5, 42, 88, 95, 151, 203 Hendrix, Wynn : 153 Hennessy, Judy: 164 Henry, Joseph : 138 Hernandez Castaneda, Marisol: 177 Hernandez, Denise : 73 Hernandez, Karla: 208, 222, 234 Hernandez, Marcia: 5, 42, 203 Herrera, Daisy : 8 Hice, Theresa: 60 Hidalgo, Danielle : 225 Higgins, Jerrid : 99 Hill, Huiying : 59, 78 Hill-Joseph, Eundria : 214 Hiner, Taylor: 185, 195 Hoekstra, Erin : 166, 186 Hoffman, Patricia : 184, 215 Hofmann, Erin: 62 Hollabaugh, Carly : 180 Hondagneu-Sotelo, Pierrette: 41 Hong, Yeeun : 178 Horan, Hannah: 7 Hovav, April : 36 Howard, Sophia : 120 Hoxmeier, Jill: 148, 227 Hsieh, Ming-Li: 25 Hu, Crysta: 85 Huang, Jacob : 54, 67, 101, 238 Huang, Lindsey : 161, 175 Huesken, Spencer : 85 Huff, Mickey: 81 Hughes, Elizabeth : 207 Huq, Nayla : 223 Hurst, Allison : 70, 122, 229 Hwang, Hyeok-Joo: 178 Hyde, David: 163 Hytrek, Gary : 165 Ibarra, Christina: 105 Ida, Aya: 151, 172 Ilhan, Deniz : 167 Imle, Barbara: 37 Ingraham, Natalie: 148 Inlow, Alana R. : 38 Inoue, Hiroko: 189 Jacinto, Martin : 226 Jackson, Shirley A : 16, 45, 145, 178, 236 Jamison, Vernon: 230 Janning, Michelle : 129 Jeffries, Michael : 154 Jenner, Brandy: 138 Jepson, MIkayla: 230 Jepson, Mark : 43 Jiang, Ting : 59 Jimenez, Crystal: 19 Jimenez, Jonathan : 148 Johnson, Austin : 117 Johnson, Briauna: 232 Johnson, Tonmar: 55 Johnston, Joe : 67, 76, 120, 233 Jolly, Natalie : 232 Jones, Laquita : 234 Jones, Lisa: 28 Jones, Sean: 210 Jordan, Kelsee : 176 Jordan, Meggan: 54, 123, 238 Jung, Jong Hyun : 175 Jungleib, Lillian : 186

54 Just, Rachel : 114 Kadakal, Reha : 53, 147, 220 Kalaw, Karel: 62, 105 Kang, Jessica : 149 Karki, Purnima : 137 Kasselstrand, Isabella : 113 Kataria, Niyati: 188 Keleher, Leanna: 231 Kelley, Jonathan: 125 Kelley, Megan : 132 Kempler, Alex: 24 Kettlitz, Robert E. : 5, 67, 101, 115, 116, 117, 118, 119, 120, 121, 132, 135, 136, 137, 138, 139, 140, 141, 152, 155, 156, 157, 158, 159, 160, 161, 173, 176, 177, 178, 179, 180, 181, 182 Khachikian, Oshin : 90 Kheradyar, Shana: 160 Kidder, Jeffrey: 68 Kiepek, Niki : 240 Kim, Barbara: 237 Kim, Eun Ha : 135 Kim, Jaewon : 157 Kim, Julie : 191 Kim, Michelle : 132 Kim, Minjeong : 166 Kimport, Katrina : 12 Kincaid, John : 177 King, Molly : 216 King, Stephenie : 116 Kizer, Jessica : 91 Klein, David J.: 201 Klinger, Ian A. : 201 Klouse, Sonia : 159 Koeberle, April : 200 Kolber, Jesse : 92 Kopper, Christina : 138 Korinek, Kim: 145 Kouyoumdjian, Claudia : 7, 76, 162 Kowalski, Larissa : 115 Kozimor-King, Michele Lee: 1, 2, 3, 15, 26, 39, 100, 109 Kposowa, Augustine: 5, 67, 165, 202 Krautkremer, Jennifer : 7 Kretschmer, Kelsy : 67, 186, 197, 210, 223, 236 Kuipers, Kathy: 5, 16, 42, 112, 192, 203 Kulkarni, Saili : 74 Kushida, Melanie: 205 Lampé, Aaron Jacob : 138 Lane, Jason : 133 Lanesskog, Deirdre : 37 Langa, Neema : 190 Lara Cordova, Maria : 178 Larkin, Timothy : 59, 196 Larson, Ian : 217 Lasell, Melisa : 140 Lauderdale, Skyler : 65, 129 Laus, Vincent : 35, 69, 103, 237 Lawler, Kristin: 126 Le Claire, Matthew M. : 114 Leader, Rachel : 118 Ledesma, Aaron : 199 Lee, Jenny Jong-Hwa: 85 Leffel, Ben : 226 Leiker, Dylan: 132 Leiker, Jason : 59, 196 Leisenring, Amy : 5, 49, 67, 165, 170, 201, 214, 227 Leitch, Nora : 160 Leitz, Lisa: 59 Leonard, Liam : 52, 79 Lester, Marilyn : 98 Lewin, Benjamin: 117 Li, Eric : 118 Li, Rebecca S. K. : 98 Liao, Celine : 180 Libby, Anne: 227 Lim, Sojung : 71, 204 Lin, Eric : 204 Lin, May : 35 Lindquist, Signe : 141 Little, Patricia: 110 Littlejohn, Krystale : 12, 71 Liu, Judith: 5, 42 Livingston, Andrelisa: 42 Logg, Jackie : 44, 67 Lopez, Claudia : 60, 87, 102 Lopez, Edwin: 197 Lopez, Rodolfo : 197 Loraine, Breena : 129 Lou, Natalia: 118 Loy, Victoria: 99 Lucero, Jessica: 173 Ma, Guizhen : 62 Machado, Stephanie: 54, 227 Macias, Cassandra R : 169 Maciel, Elizabeth: 73 Madrigal, Tomas: 21 Magana Mendez, Ericka: 156 Mahmoudi, Kooros: 142 Mahmoudi, Setareh : 175 Mahmud, Hasan: 226 Maier, Emma : 132 Malae, Katelyn : 50 Maldonado, Katherine: 80, 89 Malloy, Bree: 63 Mamyan, Marta: 37 Manhizili, Amiri: 60 Mannon, Susan : 16, 33, 42, 94, 119, 165, 184, 203 Manski, Ben : 223 Marchant, Lindsey: 59 Marek, Heather: 97 Marg, Logan : 50 Markowski, Kelly: 231 Marony, Jen: 224 Martinek, Christina : 37, 238 Martinez, Cid: 169 Martinez, Jazzmyn: 179 Martinez, Jolliett: 161 Martinez, Vanessa : 187 Marx, Marcia : 11, 16, 30, 35, 67, 110, 182 Mathur, Deepika: 18 McCaffree, Kevin : 31 McCann, Michael : 133 McClean, Angela : 237 McCollum, John : 239 McCoy, Julisa : 64 McCurn, Alexis : 229 McGoldrick, Stacy : 164 McInnis, Haley : 65 McKeever, James : 91, 144 McKinzie, Ashleigh : 46, 65 McMillan Lequieu, Amanda : 127 McMillin, J. Daniel : 215 McMullin-Messier, Pamela: 97 McPherson, Zan: 155 McQuilkin, Tony: 129 McTeer, Bill : 206 Medal, Jennifer : 158 Medina, Monica: 25, 117 Medina, Rosario : 160 Medrano, Jasmine : 76 Mehta, Aiyana: 116 Meisel, Josh : 116, 170 Mejia, Alexandra : 156 Mejia, Armando: 141, 155 Mejia, Armando Xavier : 210 Mejia, Margot: 198 Mejia, Steven : Mendoza, Gabriela: 62 Mercado, Brian : 152 Mersmann, Harry : 55, 194, 209 Meyers, Joan : 43 Mezahav, Ami: 55, 194 Michalikova, Nina : 46, 62, 105 Migliaccio, Todd: 151, 172 Miller, Jojo: 63 Miller, Zoya : 173 Milman, Noriko: 85 Minton-Ryan, Carol : 10 Mixer, Lindsay : 212 MONDESIR, RAPHAEL : 213 Mondragon Parra, Misana: 152 Monson, Melissa: 47, 77 Montañez, Morgan : 229 Monterrosa, Allison: 23 Monto, Martin : 58, 199 Moore, Lauri: 220 Moore, Ryan: 126 Morales, Erica : 193 Morales-Chicas, Jessica: 7 Morgan, Paul : 127, 231 Morris, Patricia: 151 Morrison, Daniel: 33, 83 Mosich, Louise: 139 Moss, Jessica : 222 Mostert, Zendina : 15, 44, 75, 88, 97 Mshigeni, Deo : 197 Mueller, Jason : 72 Mukharesh, Aida : 114 Mulcahy, Michael : 55, 216 Munoz, Jose: 37 Muraco, Anna : 148 Murray, Brittney : 121 Murray, Susan : 8, 10, 46, 67, 95, 184, 221 Murti, Lata: 143 Mutchler, Matt G.: 201 Myers, Charles: 212 Nam, Sunghee: 53 Narayan, Anjana: 193 Nathenson, Sophie: 5, 54, 101 Navarro-Cruz, Giselle: 162 Neal, Teresa : 189 Nealon, Denise : 78 Neher, Harbor: 117 Nelson, Gesemia : 47, 77 Nesbitt, Ian: 213 Nestuk, Kelley : 230 Neumeier, Lindee : 177 Newman, Harmony: 192 Ng, Wendy : 5, 42, 61, 112, 145, 183, 203 Nguyen, Cam: 19 Nguyen, Mimi : 152 Nguyen, Nguyen: 132 Nguyen, Phoebe : 178 Nguyen, Thuan : 103 Nieri, Tanya : 25, 38, 52, 66, 67, 80, 145, 192, 205 Nkosi, Asante: 24 Nkosi, Janine : 24 Noble, Molly: 113 Normore, Anthony : 18 Norton-Smith, Kathryn : 12 Nurse, Angela : 11 O`Brien, Casey: 173 O`Brien, Jodi : 131, 188, 199, 212, 225 Oakley, Christine: 2, 3 Oaks, Laury : 12, 23, 36, 67, 224 Oates, Ainsley : 227 Obrien, Robert : 67, 84, 105, 218 Ocampo, Anthony: 85, 168 Odom, Mychal Matsemela-Ali : 169 Oh, Hyunsu : 237 Ojeda, Norma : 104

55 Okamura, Daniel: 217 Ollilainen, Marjukka : 50, 67, 78, 92, 104 Olmedo, Amanda : 181 Olmos, Daniel : 34, 62, 67, 90, 102, 125, 146, 166 Oloughlin, Natasha : 20 Olson, Rachel: 120 Olvera, Rubyd : 152 Orr, Amy : 1, 5, 16, 30, 42, 68, 81, 109, 112, 172, 202, 203 Orr, Martin: 28 Ortiz, Dolores: 220 Ortuno, David : 117 Oselin, Sharon: 82 Ostertag, Stephen : 85 Osuna, Steven: 146 Owen, Cassidy: 204 Pace, Aiemie : 240 Pada, Orvic : 13, 214 Padin, Jose: 130 Pandar, Subhash: 235 Park, Nicholas: 88 Parra, Michelle : 77 Parsons, Nathan : 214 Patel, Dhruvil : 117 Patel, Jhaver : 235 Paterniti, Debora: 165 Paterson, Sharon : 122, 177 Patraporn, Varisa: 237 Pedroza, Sofia : 170 Pegu, Disha : 239 Pelton, Julie: 2, 100 Perez, Joanna : 19 Perez, Michael: 13 Perez, Nayeli: 224 Perez, Raul : 128 Perez, Yovana : 152 Perry, Charity : 224 Pershing, Mandy: 7 Peterson, Dakota: 132 Peterson, Scotty : 9, 156 Petit, Christine : 57 Petro, Anthony : 173 Pham, Janelle : 225 Phillips, Jasen : 140 Phillips, Jacqueline : 138 Phillips, Peter : 98, 189 Pichardo Almanzar, Nelson: 5, 130, 198 Pila Yuvienco, Tricia : 120 Pilgeram, Ryanne: 71 Pincetl, Stephanie: 150 Pinto, Katy : 16, 46, 80, 145 Pioquinto, Ralph : 8, 18 Pires, Ramona: 75 Pitones, Juan: 87, 220 Platt, Chelsea : 221 Plaza, Dwaine : 57 Plickert, Gabriele : 62, 73 Pollack, Shoshana : 159 Polletta, Francesca: 149 Poole, Dan : 5, 26, 55, 75, 194, 235 Potiker, Spencer Louis : 72 Potter, Alanna: 152 Poukish, Sophie: 155 Prasad, Shaina : 152 Prelog, Andrew : 32 Prince, Barbara: 3, 15, 39 Pruneda, Evelyn : 64 Puentes, Jennifer : 86 Pulis, Jessica : 86 Pullés, Stephanie A. : 90 Pulling, Ashleigh: 240 Purkayastha, Shirin: 139 Pyke, Karen: 5, 30, 42 Qayomi, Aya: 91 Quach Ramirez, Christina: 208, 234 Quintana, Carolyn: 173 Rafalow, Matthew : 85, 98, 217 Rai, Naveena: 136 Rainock, Meagan: 7 Ramirez, Blanca : 211 Ramirez, Edith: 187 Ramirez, Elvia : 5, 74, 100, 187, 196 Ramirez, Michael : 132 Raphael, Nate: 129 Raskoff, Sally: 172 Rasmussen, Dahna: 11 Ray, Ranita : 67, 204, 216, 229 Razon, Jeanette: 158 Rechitsky, Raphi : 128, 140 Reese, Ellen : 16, 42, 56, 203 Reich, Jennifer : 94, 192, 227 Reifer, Thomas : 169 Reshetnikov, Aleksey : 106 Rich, Jonathan : 147 Rillorta, Linda: 67, 95, 163 Rink, Audrey : 176 Rios, Sarah : 65 Roberts, Anthony : 28, 204 Roberts, Michael : 17, 126, 147 Robertson, Mary : 32, 212 Robertson, Michelle : 64, 67, 71, 196, 206, 219 Robles De Leon, Idalia : 14 RoBles, Anthony : 139 Rocque, Bill : 66, 67, 205, 231 Rodin, Serenity : 182 Rodriguez, Cesar: 146 Rodriguez, Liliana : 125 Rodriguez-Lazo, Jessica: 158 Rodriguez-Trujillo, Jennifer: 205 Rogers, Nodia : 178 Rogers, Tiasha: 169 Rojas, Edwin: 48 Rojas, Marina: 156 Rojo, Florencia : 106 Romero, Cheyenne: 132 Romo, Rebecca : 87, 144 Rosales, William Estuardo: 48 Rose, Tim : 205 Rosen, Jennifer : 64 Ross, Christina: 51 Ross, Clifford : 77 Roth, Andy Lee: 81 Rudy, Preston : 153, 174, 191 Sabriseilabi, Soheil : 198 Saide, Anondah: 31 Salinas, Juan : 125 Salinas, Marisa: 14 Samuel, Yise : 239 Sanches, Ivan: 222 Sanchez Volatier, Christina : 8, 165 Sanchez, Luis : 53, 106 Sanchez, Shanell : 88 Sante, Alicia: 180 Santellano, Karina: 90 Santos, Betania : 22, 60 Santos, Xuan: 130 Sapra, Aditi: 60 Sarabia, Heidy : 124, 137 Scandiffio, Jillian : 206 Scarritt, Arthur : 77 Schipper, Janine: 70 Schmidt, Kristen: 200 Schneider, Heidi : 233 Schoephoerster, Madison: 51 Schorn, Tess : 139 Schwander, Courteney : 155 Schwartz, Jennifer: 66 Scott, Analee : 161 Seccombe, Karen: Segura, Maegen : 161 Seim, Josh : 229 Sepulveda, Miriam: 177 Serpe, Richard: 231 Serrano, Uriel : 16, 29, 42, 60, 69, 89, 203 Serrato, Joseph : 119 Servin, Yvette : 35, 106 Shackelford, Emily: 188 Shafer, Emily Fitzgibbons: 224 Shahbano, Syeda: 91 Shammel, Katie : 173 Shank, Dominique: 169 Shaw, Caitlin: 173 Shayne, Julie : 185, 195 Sheer, Seth: 230 Sherman, Jennifer: 23, 192 Sherwood, Yvonne : 51 Shields, Chain : 136 Shigihara, Amanda M. : 32, 95, 157, 205 Shih, Kristy : 67, 103 Shipman, Abby: 157 Shklyan, Karina : 34 Siemsen, Cynthia: 5, 42 Sikirica, Amanda : 79 Silvaggio, Tony : 34 Silver, Samantha : 78 Simi, Pete : 83, 236 Skaar, Theresa: 50 Skeen, Dick : 188 Skornik, Jennifer : 142, 197, 224 Skurnik, Jonathan: 185, 195 Smith, David Norman: 149 Smith, Kaitlyn : 176 Smith, Madison: 136 Smith, Mikaela : 12 Smith, Sara: 193 Smock, Katherine : 137 Sniezek, Tamara : 206 Solano, Asbeidy: 19 Soper, Rachel : 99 Sorensen, Haley : 9 Soria, Christopher: 158 Soto, Oscar : 14 Southgate, Darby : 24, 37 Sowers, Elizabeth : 53, 67, 127, 165 Soyer, Gonca : 124 Soyer, Mehmet : 9, 124, 156, 192 Spindola, Margot: 160 Spivak, Andrew : 225 Starr, Chelsea: 175 Steele, Stephen : 3, 26, 54, 101 Steinman, Erich: 145 Stembridge, Sarah : 86 Stemley, Cornel : 231 Stempel, Carl: 70 Stenstrom, Douglas: 133 Stepick, Lina: 89 Stepnitz, Abigail : 134 Stiles, Beverly : 150, 188 Stockard, Jean: 215 Stoeger, Elizabeth : 160 Stone, Torisha : 206 Stone, Lora: 96 Stover, John: 131 Strahm, Ann: 69, 83, 145 Strawn, Kelley: 165 Studebaker, Amanda: 46 Su, Phi : 102 Suazo, James : 57 Sugata, Michihiro : 72 Sun, Echo : 118 Sunwood, Kayt: 176, 217 Suski, Laura : 47 Suzuki, Rumika : 102 Swan, Richelle : 71, 124, 192

56 Sweet, Stephen: 100 Syeed, Esa : 76 Sykes, Bryan: 82 Szyszko, Adam : 116 Tabb, Mary : 139 Talcott, Molly : 91, 168 Tao, Yu : 67 Tatham, Liberty: 7 Taylor, Sonja : 233 Teal, Janae: 96 Temblador, Andres : 149 TenBrook, Sean: 173 Tester, Griff : 96, 148, 227 Texeira, Mary : 110 Thiele, Megan: 67 Thomas, Jeremy : 188, 192 Thomas, Taylor: 57 Thorne, Deborah : 67, 238 Tobias Neely, Megan : 191 Tomlinson, Christine : 104 Torr, Berna: 214 Torres, Santos : 184 Tran, Trang: 156 Travers, Ann: 92, 96, 145 Trawick, Hailey: 169 Trimble-O`Connor, Lindsey: 53, 131 Tsuha, Shigueru: 87 Tsukada, Yusuke: 151 Tyagi, Keshav: 201 Tyler, Deidre : 10 Valdez, Elsa: 110, 143 Valiente-Neighbours, Jimiliz : 88 Varano, Charles: 170 Vega, Christine: 162 Velasco, Gabriela : 177 Vesia, Danielle : 93 Vess, Lora : 16, 42, 65, 69, 203 Villa, Karen : 43, 62, 212, 216 Villalba, Marilyn : 132 Villalobos, Roxanna : 187 Villegas, Galinda: 25 Virnoche, Mary: 49, 171 Vitullo, Margaret Weigers: 2, 15, 61, 100, 183 Vu, Janice: 85 Wachs, Faye : 85, 165 Wadsworth, Tim : 192 Wageh, Mai: 206 Wagner, Glenn J.: 201 Wakefield, Chris: 225 Walker, Alicia : 199 Walkington, Lori : 106, 130 Wallace, Douglas : 73 Walsh, Eileen: 49, 214 Wang, Kevin : 25 Ward, Carol : 7, 67, 106, 129, 150 Ward, Jane: 168 Way, Sandra : 7, 19, 47, 95, 122, 142, 193 Weerasena, Viraji : 135 Weiss, Benjamin : 174 Weisselberg, Megan: 136 Welch, Levin : 149, 189 Welkley, Debra : 184 Weyers, Ashley : 174 White, Dylan : 121 White, Philip: 206 Whitehead, Jayecee : 63, 96 Whitesitt, Erin : 23 Whitmer, Jennifer: 123 Wiley, Alexis: 169 Wilhelm, Brenda: 179 Wilkins, Amy : 32 Wilkinson, Lindsey: 5, 42, 70, 107, 111 Williams, Shalita : 160 Williams, Breana : 188 Williams, Dj: 188, 192 Williams, Rhianna : 150 Williams, Stephani : 230 Williams-Paez, Pamela: 144 Willms, Nicole : 219 Wilson Hirst, Ynez : 11 Wilson, Emily : 132 Wilson, Jake : 43, 56, 67, 72, 147 Winslow, Rosalie : 227 Winters, Michael : 217 Withers, Elizabeth: 5, 70 Witherspoon, Ryan : 116 Witherspoon, Serena: 120 Wixom, Jake: 7 Wollschleger, Jason : 6, 17, 175 Wong, Chi Pan : 157 Wong, Newman: 150 Woo, Hyeyoung : 5, 42, 70, 107, 111, 165 Wood, Suzanne : 233 Woodall, Katy : 178 Woody, Ashley : 219 Worden, Horizon : 74 Wortham, Joshua : 217 Wozniak, Sara : 119 Wullert, Katherine : 153 Wurm, Greg : 6 Xiao, Siqi : 179 Yarbrough, Dilara : 63, 218 Yasuike, Akiko: 10 Yau, Margaret: 214 Yee, Sharon : 194 Yeung, Michelle: 237 Yi, Joseph: 128 Yoshioka, Seanna : 115 Yuen, Nancy Wang: 85, 154 Zaragoza, Laura : 211 Zervantian, Ciara : 155 Zhang, Cynthia : 198 Zhang, Weiwei: 127 Ziff, Elizabeth : 36, 160 Zwick, Jaden :

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