2016 Conference Program

 

The 2016 official program is posted below.

You can find the 2015 program here.

 

 

Program Schedule Friday November 4, 2016
Meeting Rooms Santa Barbara Renaissance Salon B Renaissance Salon A Mediterranean Terrace Ho-O-Kan Dignitaries Parlor
Registration–9:00 AM-5:00 PM, Hotel Lobby
Session 1

10:00-11:45 AM

 Our Ever Changing Society  Race, Racism, and Immigration  Policing the Border and Immigrants in the Era of Homeland Security  College Life: A Focus on Students of Color  Sociological Pedagogies: Techniques for Increasing Student Learning Undergraduate Research
Lunch Break–11:45 AM-1:00 PM
Session 2

1:00-2:45 PM

Militias, Militaries, and Police What’s Age Got To Do With It: Perspectives of Aging, Gender and Sexuality The Global South and the Rise of China Under the Microscope: Through the Lens of Symbolic Interactionism Sociology of Education

 

Sociology of the Body
Session 3

3:00-4:45 PM

The 2016 Presidential Election and the American Future Latinos/as in Higher Education Popular Culture  Parenting and Education Meet the Author,

Rebecca Jean Emigh

Current Issues in Latina/o Research            (Faculty and Graduate Students)
5:00-8:00 PM—Grand Parisian room: Plenary Session

Student Awards, Keynote Address,  Reception Buffet,

 

Program Schedule Saturday November 5
Meeting Rooms Frank Miller Renaissance Salon B Renaissance Salon A Mediterranean Terrace Ho-O-Kan Dignitaries Parlor
Registration–8:00 AM-1:30 PM, Hotel Lobby
Session 4

9:00-10:45 AM

Teaching Sociology Race Matters (Graduate Students) Black Feminist Thought Student Research Meet the Author,

Liahna Gordon

Community and Identity
Session 5

11:00-12:45 PM

Community College Roundtable Health Care Policies, Outcomes and Disparities Feminism and Backlash Sociological Teaching and Research Global Social Change Making Sociology Matter (Graduate Students)
Session 6

1:00-2:45 PM

Politics of Daily Life in the Central Valley Student Involvement with Stigmatized Populations Environmental Sociology Workshops on Pedagogy Techniques Global Social Change II The State, Race, and Resistance
Business Meeting–3:00-4:00 PM–All Members Welcome, San Diego East Room

 

 

FRIDAY November 4, 2016

 

Session 1A Our Ever Changing Society

Organizer and Presider: Kimberly Bonfiglio, College of the Canyons, kimberly.bonfiglio@canyons.edu

 

Amy Piliposian, California State University, Los Angeles, How Religion Factors into Same Sex Marriage, amypx13x@yahoo.com

Christopher Chase-Dunn, John Aldecoa and Corey Willis, University of California – Riverside, Climate Justice in the World Revolution of 20xx, christopher.chase-dunn@ucr.edu

Kimberly Bonfiglio, College of the Canyons, Stepping Out of the Closet: – the Growth of Atheism, kimberly.bonfiglio@canyons.edu

 

Session 1B Race, Racism, and Immigration

Organizer and Presider: Edwin Lopez, California State University, Fullerton, edwlopez@fullerton.edu

 

Rachel Garver, New York University, “How Harmful is Segregation? The Consequences of Linguistic Segregation for Bengali and Spanish-Speaking Students”, rachel.garver@nyu.edu

Ronald Kwon, University of California, Riverside, “Immigration and Support for Redistributive Social Policy: Does Multiculturalism Matter?”, rkwon002@ucr.edu

Orvic Ralph Pada, California State University, Fullerton, “How Media Contributes to Racial Formation and Re-formation Pre and Post 9/11: Media Representations on Race between 2000 to 2002”,opada@Exchange.FULLERTON.EDU

Edwin Lopez, California State University, Fullerton, “The Centrality of Racism in Immigrant Flexible Labor Relations”, edwlopez@fullerton.edu

Discussant: Edwin Lopez, California State University, Fullerton, edwlopez@fullerton.edu

 

Session 1C Policing the Border and Immigrants in the Era of Homeland Security

Organizer and Presider: Heidy Sarabia, CSU Sacramento, heidy.sarabia@csus.edu

 

Manuel Barajas, CSU Sacramento, Examining Comprehensive Immigration Reform in the Twenty First Century: A historical and Intersectional Analysis, barajasm@csus.edu

Lucia Leon, UC Los Angeles, The Production of Il(legality): Theoretical Frameworks in the Study of Undocumented Youth and Family-based Legalization Processes, lleonx13@gmail.com

Laura E. Enriquez, UC Irvine, Of Love and Papers: Forming Families in the Shadows of Immigration Policy, laura.enriquez@uci.edu

Rocio Rosales, UC Irvine, Shifting Landscapes of Threat: Local Level Policing of Immigrant Street Vendors, r.rosales@uci.edu

Danny Millan, UC Irvine, Understanding the Impact of Mass Immigrant Detention and Deportation: An Analysis of Migrant Health among Gay and Transgender Immigrants in Detention, dmillan@uci.edu

Heidy Sarabia, CSU Sacramento, From Illegality to Criminality: How policing immigrants and borders shifted from civil to penal punishment, heidy.sarabia@csus.edu

 

Session 1D College Life: A Focus on Students of Color

Organizer and Presider: Eileen Ie, East Los Angeles College, ieef@elac.edu

 

Michael Guerra, Silvino Reyes, CSU Northridge, UC Santa Barbara, “Sexual Gains: A Look into the Sexual-Academic Realm.”, guerra99@gmail.com

Vanessa Lopez-Velazquez, UCLA, The Role of Learning Communities in the Transfer Process of First-Generation Community College Students, lopez_vm1989@yahoo.com

Armando Tellez, UCLA, Making the Best of It: Experiences of Latino Males at a Model Continuation High School, armandotellez80@yahoo.com

Giovanni Román, UC Berkeley, Student-Professor Interactions and the Pursuit to Transfer: Understanding the Mexican-American Community College Journey, groman1022@gmail.com

Pavitee Peumsang, University of Texas at Austin, Project FEMALES: Feminist Empowerment and Mentoring to Achieve Latino Educational Success, pavsang85@ucla.edu

 

Session 1E Sociological Pedagogies: Techniques for Increasing Student Learning

Organizer and Presider: Adam G. Sanford, CSU Dominguez Hills, asanford@csudh.edu

 

Todd Migliaccio, CSU Sacramento, Producing Better Writers in Sociology: A Programmatic Approach, tmigliac@sbcglobal.net

Dinur Blum, UC Riverside, Connecting Research and Teaching to Students’ Lives and Communities, dblum001@ucr.edu

Lauren R. Chroman, Adam G. Sanford, Santa Ana College; CSU Dominguez Hills, Failure as a Goal: The Positive Aspects of Negative Results, asanford@csudh.edu, Chroman_Lauren@sac.edu

 

Session 1F Undergraduate Research

Organizer and Presider: Alicia M. Gonzales, CSUSM, amgonzal@csusm.edu

 

Eduardo Velasquez, Hartnell College, Youth Violence: How Non-profits Have Impacted an Agricultural Town, eduardovelasquez10@student.hartnell.edu

Mirella Deniz-Zaragoza, UCR, A Family of Unequals: The Lived Experiences and Consciousness of Farmworkers, mdeni001@ucr.edu

Arman Azedi, UCR, The Arab Spring Revisited: Risk factors for social upheaval, aazed001@ucr.edu

Hannah Poore, CSUSM, Food Insecurity Among Fresno State Students, hannahpoore7@mail.fresnostate.edu

Marlisse Holbrook, Vanguard University, Exemptions from Vaccinations: School Mandated Reasons Parents are Afforded to Justify not Vaccinating their Child, marlisse.holbrook@vanguard.edu

Mayra Ceballos, UC-Riverside, Work, Education, or Training: Factors Shaping the Implementation of Welfare-to-Work Requirements in San Bernardino and Riverside Counties, mceba003@ucr.edu

Discussant: Ellen R. Reese, UCR, ellen.reese@ucr.edu

 

Session 2A Militias, Militaries, and Police

Organizer and Presider: Adam G. Sanford, CSU Dominguez Hills, asanford@csudh.edu

 

Liam Leonard, CSU Los Angeles, Issues in Policing: A View of Two Shootings in Ferguson and Cleveland, liam_leonard@yahoo.com

William Rocque, University of Redlands, When Seconds Matter, the Police are Only Minutes Away”: Neoliberal Themes in American Gun Culture, william_rocque@redlands.edu

Levin Welch, UC Riverside, Periphery within the Core: Genocide, Sovereignty and Resource Extraction on the Nez Perce Indian Reservation, lwelc004@ucr.edu

Corina Diaz, Cerritos College, Sociology of Neuroscience as a System of Recovery for U.S. Veterans, cediaz@cerritos.edu

 

Session 2B What’s Age Got To Do With It: Perspectives of Aging, Gender and Sexuality

Organizer and Presider: Marcel Morales, East Los Angeles College, moralemj@elac.edu

 

Dr. Marcel Morales, East Los Angeles College, Homophobia in institutions for older LGBTQ adults, moralemj@elac.edu

Dr. Eric Vogelsang, Cal State – San Bernardino, Older-Adult Health Trajectories and the “Oldest Places” in Japan, Eric.Vogelsang@csusb.edu

Ana Torres, Cal State Los Angeles, “Transforming Perceptions of Aging and Latina’s Self Image”, torresal@lacitycollege.edu

 

Session 2C The Global South and the Rise of China

Organizer and Presider: Christopher Sullivan, California State University, Fresno, chsullivan@csufresno.edu

 

Eugene N. Anderson, University of California, Riverside, China’s Environment and the Global South, gene@ucr.edu

Marilyn Grell and Christopher Chase-Dunn, University of California, Riverside, China and Global Economic Stratification, 1990 to 2014, christopher.chase-dunn@ucr.edu

Christopher Sullivan, California State University, Fresno, Violence and Resistance in the Uyghur-Chinese Marketplace, chsullivan@csufresno.edu

 

Session 2D Under the Microscope: Through the Lens of Symbolic Interactionism

Organizer and Presider: Kimberly Bonfiglio, College of the Canyons, kimberly.bonfiglio@canyons.edu

 

Karith Meyers, College of the Canyons, The Prison to School Pipeline: From My Classroom to Yours, Karith.Meyers@canyons.edu

Michelle Melendres, Mount Saint Mary’s University, Los Angeles, Cultural Competence in Social Work Practice, michellepmelendres@gmail.com

Kimberly Bonfiglio, College of the Canyons, Micro-aggressions – Examining Symbolism Within Everyday Language, kimberly.bonfiglio@canyons.edu

 

Session 2E Sociology of Education

Presider: Bob Palacio, CSU Fresno

 

Organizer: Charles F. Hohm, San Diego State University

Devon Thacker Thomas, California State University, Fullerton; Berna Torr, California State University, Fullerton; Eileen Walsh, California State University, Fullerton; Jack Fong: California State Polytechnic University, Pomona, Sentiments and Perspectives of Academics about Massive Open Online Courses (MOOCs)

Breauna M. Spencer, University of California, Irvine, The Role of High School Indicators as a Measure of Postsecondary Success for STEM Majors

Brianne Davila, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona; Grecia E. Garcia Perez, Willamette University;

Thalia C. Vargas, Willamette University; Building Bridges with Latina/o Parents: Lessons from a College Access Program

 

Session 2F Sociology of the Body

Organizer and Presider: Karen Sabbah, CSU, Northridge/Center for Positive Sexuality, karen.sabbah@csun.edu

 

Elizabeth Hughes, UC Riverside, Examining the Embodied Sexual Experiences of Heterosexual African-American Women, ehuhg001@ucr.edu

Kristin Richie, University of Houston, The Metrosexual Man and the Strong Black Father: A Content Analysis Investigation the Role Masculinity Plays in Defining Social Relations between Black and White Men in Esquire and Ebony, kmrichie611@gmail.com

Cielle Williams, Center for Positive Sexuality, Furry vs. Zoophilias. What Makes Them Different?, skye@positivesexuality.org

 

Session 3A The 2016 Presidential Election and the American Future

Organizer and Presider: Gordon Clanton, San Diego State University, gclanton@mail.sdsu.edu

 

Jonathan Turner, UC Riverside, jonathan.turner@ucr.edu

Harvey Rich, CSU Northridge, harvey.rich@csun.edu

Christopher Chase-Dunn, UC Riverside, christopher.chase-dunn@ucr.edu

Mark Juergensmeyer, UC Santa Barbara, juergens@global.ucsb.edu

 

Session 3B Latinos/as in Higher Education

Organizer and Presider: Elvia Ramirez, California State University, Sacramento, eramirez@csus.edu

 

Erica Zamora, California State University, Sacramento, Chicanas in Higher Education: Factors that Influence Their Graduate School Aspirations, ejzamora04@gmail.com

Oswaldo Hernandez, California State University, Sacramento, The Challenges of Undocumented Students in Higher Education, Oswaldo-Hernandez@scusd.edu

Elvia Ramirez, California State University, Sacramento, Examining Campus Climate: Experiences of Latino/a Doctoral Students, eramirez@csus.edu

Daisy Vazquez Vera, University of California, Irvine, Filling the Academic Achievement Gap: Contemporary Struggles of Undocumented Students in the UC System, daisyv1@uci.edu

Martha Arhemi Vera, University of California, Irvine, Deferred Action and Liminal Legality: UC Undocumented Students and their Career Plans, mamoral3@uci.edu

 

Session 3C Popular Culture

Organizer and Presider: Andrew R. Jones, California State University, Fresno, anjones@csufresno.edu

 

Eric H. Honda, Independent Scholar, Hegemonic-Decline And Right-Wing Resurgence: Making The Clash Of Civilizations Inevitable?, Jishuro@aol.com

King-To Yeung, California State University, San Bernardino, State Agents in a Media War: Israeli-Gaza Conflicts, 2014, KYeung@csusb.edu

Andrew R. Jones, California State University, Fresno, Addressing Diversity in Comic Books, anjones@csufresno.edu

 

Session 3D Parenting and Education

Organizer and Presider: Nereida Oliva, Hartnell College, noliva@hartnell. Edu

 

Vivian Leyva, Hartnell College, Testimonio: A Chicana/Latina Student Mother in a Community College, vivian.leyva@student.hartnell.edu

Hortencia Jimenez, PhD, Hartnell College, Nepantleras in a Community College: Student Mothers Negotiating Mothering, School, and Work, hjimenez@hartnell.edu

Nereida Oliva, Hartnell College, Mothering While Learning: An Examination of the Community Cultural Wealth of Student Mothers, noliva@hartnell.edu

Discussant: Nereida Oliva, Hartnell College, noliva@hartnell.edu

 

Session 3E Meet the Author: Rebecca Emigh

Organizer and Presider: Elizabeth Nelson, CSU Fresno, elizn@csufresno.edu

 

Rebecca Emigh, UCLA, Antecedents of Censuses from Medieval to Nation States: How Societies and States Count (Volume 1) and Changes in Censuses from Imperialist to Welfare States: How Societies and States Count, emigh@soc.ucla.edu

Corey Tazzara, Scripps College, Discussant, ctazzara@scrippscollege.edu

Charles Thorpe, UC San Diego, Discussant, cthorpe@ucsd.edu

 

Session 3F Current Issues in Latina/o Research

Organizer and Presider: Alicia M. Gonzales, CSUSM, amgonzal@csusm.edu

 

Alicia M. Gonzales, CSUSM, Reimagining Hospice in the Latino Community, amgonzal@csusm.edu

Roberto Rivera, UCR, A Trio of Officer Involved Shootings in a Latino Community: A Band-Aid, rrive011@ucr.edu

Roberto Gallardo, UCR, On the Thin Blue Line: Examining the Experience of Mexican American, roberto.gallardo@email.ucr.edu

Evelyn Pruneda, UCR, Mujeres Trabajadoras: The Impact of the CA Drought on Latina Packinghouse, eprun002@ucr.edu

José A. Muñoz, CSU Bernardino, Promoting Health from Outside the State: La Comunidad, Migrants, and, jose.collazo@wsu.edu

Discussant: Alfredo Mirande, UCR, alfredomirande@yahoo.com

 

SATURDAY November 5, 2016

Session 4A Teaching Sociology

Organizer and Presider: Edward Nelson, CSU, Fresno, ednelson@csufresno.edu

 

John Korey, Cal Poly Pomona, An Introduction to the Social Science Research and Instructional Council, jlkorey@cpp.edu

Gilbert Garcia and Kristy Jones, CSU, Los Angeles, Using Classroom Polling to Enhance Data Exploration, ggarcia6@exchange.calstatela.edu

Tim Kubal, CSU, Fresno, Building Research, Statistical, and Critical Thinking Skills Using Free Online Tools, tkubal@csufresno.edu

John Korey, Cal Poly Pomona, Teaching Longitudinal Analysis, jlkorey@cpp.edu

Edward Nelson, CSU, Fresno, Teaching with Social Science Data, ednelson@csufresno.edu

 

Session 4B Race Matters

Organizer and Presider: Alicia M. Gonzales, CSUSM, amgonzal@csusm.edu

 

Roxanna Llamas, CSUSM, Navigating the Role Conflict of Mexican American Women in Predominantly White Spaces, llama016@cougars.csusm.edu

Mayra Guzman, CSUSM, Resisting Educational Apartheid: Low-Income Latino Parents’ Experiences with School Residency Policies, guzma018@cougars.csusm.edu

Julisa McCoy, UCR, The Politics of Reproductive Policy: A Research Proposal on the Contraditions of Family Planning Programs, jmcco008@ucr.edu

Felipe Rendon, North County San Diego Hustlers (Street Vendors), rendo014@cougars.csusm.edu

Michael Arce, CSUSM, How do Caribbean People Negotiate Perceptions and Understandings of Their Blackness?, arce010@cougars.csusm.edu

 

Session 4C Black Feminist Thought

Organizer and Presider: Sharon Elise and Lori Walkington, CSU San Marcos/UC Riverside, selise@csusm.edu; lwalkington@csusm.edu

 

Allison Monterrosa, UC Riverside, “The Residual Effects of Mass Incarceration on Black Women”, allison.monterrosa@email.ucr.edu

Elizabeth Hughes, UC Riverside, “Examining the Embodied Sexual Experiences of Heterosexual African-American Women”, ehugh001@ucr.edu

Marie Nubia-Feliciano, Chapman University, “?Donde Voy Estar?: A Discussion of Afro-Boricua Women and Collins’ Black Feminist Standpoint Theory”, menubia@gmail.com

Kierra Jackson and Jennifer Rodriguez, UC Riverside, “The Intertwining of Social Classes with Intersectionality”, jrodr066@ucr.edu

Sharon Elise and Lori Walkington, CSU San Marcos, UC Riverside, “New or Not-so-New Black Women Characters: “Scandal” and Murder”, selise@csusm.edu, lwalkington@csusm.edu

 

Session 4D Student Research

Organizer and Presider: Robert Wonser, Los Angeles Valley College, rgwonser@gmail.com

 

Kelly Bravo Cuevas, College of the Canyons, How Knowledgeable is Society Regarding Mental Health Illnesses, cuevask101@gmail.com

Satenik Ashikyan, Vivian Lee, Danny Lorenzana, Jessica Perez, and Marcelo Sanchez, California State University, Northridge, Bridge to the Future: Motivations for Volunteerism in the Development of an Educational Program for Underrepresented Students, satashik@yahoo.com

Kourosh Safari, California State University, Los Angeles, Social Dispositions: Is Habitus Context Dependent?, safari310@hotmail.com

Jennifer Cruz, Pierce College, Sociological Aspects of Caregiving Burden: Children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD), CRUZJJ4810@student.laccd.edu

 

Session 4F Meet the Author: Liahna Gordon

Organizer and Presider: Elizabeth Nelson, CSU Fresno, elizn@csufresno.edu

 

Liahna Gordon, CSU Chico, Real Research: Research Methods Sociology Students Can Use, LEGordon@csuchico.edu

Chunyan Song, CSU Chico, Discussant, csong3@csuchico.edu

Hien Park, Vanguard University, Discussant, Hien.park@vanguard.edu

 

Session 4F Community & Identity

Organizer and Presider: Thea Alvarado, Pasadena City College, tsalvarado@pasadena.edu

 

Michael J. Carter, California State University, Northridge, Examining Identity Change in Person, Role, and Social Identities, michael.carter@csun.edu

Karen Sabbah, California State University, Northridge / Center for Positive Sexuality, Roller Derby: A Family Affair, Karen.sabbah@csun.edu

Amy Piliposian, California State University, Los Angeles, Same Sex Marriage, amypx13x@yahoo.com

 

Session 5A Community College Roundtable

 

Session 5B Health Care Policies, Outcomes and Disparities

Organizer and Presider: Debbie Helsel, Fresno State, deborahh@csufresno.edu

 

Eric Vogelsang, CSU San Bernadino, Older Adult Social Participation and its Relationship with Health: Rural-Urban Differences, EricVogelsang@csusb.edu

Johann Koehle, UC Santa Barbara, Anti-Fat and Anti-Transgender Biases as Barriers to Health Care, loquacious.type@gmail.com

Debbie Helsel, Fresno State, Hmong Shamans: Traditions and Identity, deborahh@csufresno.edu

 

Session 5C Modern Feminism & the Backlash Against It

Organizer and Presider: Amanda Hendrix, San Diego State University, amhendrix7@gmail.com

 

Rebecca Álvarez, PhD, New Mexico Highlands University, Vigilante Gender Violence and the Sociocultural Evolution of Gender Inequality, rlalvarez@nmhu.edu

Daniel Call, California State University, Sacramento, Sexual Harassment in Online Video Games and Female Gamer Identity, danhcall@gmail.com

Amanda Hendrix, San Diego State University, Negotiating Counter Nerd Identities Against a Dominate Narrative, amhendrix7@gmail.com

Liza Shifrin, San Diego State University, Stigmatized or Empowered? The Experiences of Recreational Pole Dancers, lizashifrin@gmail.com

 

Session 5D Teaching Methodologies and Student Research

Organizers/Presiders: Sean Davis, MiraCosta College, sdavis@miracosta.edu, and Sandy Somo, Glendale Community College, ssomo@glendale.edu

 

Sandy Somo, Glendale Community College, and Sean Davis, MiraCosta College, Teaching Sociology with Digestible Bites: The Lecturette, sdavis@miracosta.edu, ssomo@glendale.edu

Michael Nitzani, East Los Angeles College, Four High Impact Language Synthesis Exercises for Introduction to Sociology Classes, nitzanm@elac.edu

Elizabeth Bogumil, UC Riverside, Using Visual Mapping in a Service Class to Engage Students, Clients, and the Community, elizabeth.bogumil@gmail.com

Moshoula Capous Desyllas, Patricia Lara, Aleksey Reshetnikov, and Elizabeth Bogumil, Using Visual Mapping in a Service Class to Engage Students, Clients, and the Community, elizabeth.bogumil@gmail.com

  1. Martin Leyva, Corrections to College; Community College and Prison Reentry,

mleyva49@gmail.com

Travis Blunt, CSUSM, The Homeless Hustle, blunt001@cougars.csusm.edu

 

Session 5E Global Social Change I

Organizer and Presider: Chris Chase-Dunn, UC-Riverside, chriscd@ucr.edu

 

Alexis Alvarez, UC-Riverside, Networks of Global Governance, alexisalvarez@earthlink.net

Andrea N. Wilson, CSU Fresno, Democratic vs. Authoritarian History Texts and Education for Peace or War, andrea.noelle.wilson@gmail.com

  1. N. Anderson, UC-Riverside, Climate and Dynastic Decline: Preliminary Thoughts, gene@ucr.edu

 

Session 5F Making Sociology Matter

Organizer and Presider: Alicia M. Gonzales, CSUSM, amgonzal@csusm.edu

 

Fabiola Beltran, CSUSM, Alternative Schools: Useful Assets or Dumping Grounds for Juveniles?, beltr025@cougars.csusm.edu

Barbara Imle, CSUSM, California’s Double Edged Sword”: Exploring Regional Centers and Limited Conservatorship Policies, bimle2822@gmail.com

Katie Monderine Roethel, CSUSM, Middle Schools, Gay-Straight Alliances (GSAs), & Educator Experiences: Creating Safe Spaces and Providing Supportive Resources for Trans* Youth, monde002@cougars.csusm.edu

Olivia Victory, CSUSM, All I Wanted Was Someone to Be There: Surviving the Structured Abuse in Group Homes, victo004@cougars.csusm.edu

  1. Martin Leyva, CSUSM, From Corrections to College; Community College and Prison Reentry, mleyva49@gmail.co

 

Session 6A Politics of Daily Life in the Central Valley

Organizer and Presider: John Kincaid, CSU Stanislaus, jdkincaid@csustan.edu

 

Jamal Ferguson, CSU Stanislaus, Mapping the Hate in the Central Valley, jferguson2@csustan.edu

Ishiana Burch, CSU Stanislaus, The Influence of Parenting Styles on Lifestyle Outcomes, iburch@csustan.edu

Lexi Lucero, CSU Stanislaus, Police Interactions and Perceptions of Protest, llucero@csustan.edu

Gabriela Castellanos, CSU Stanislaus, Family Styles and Student Outcomes, gcastellanos2@csustan.edu

 

Session 6B Student Involvement with Stigmatized Populations

Organizer and Presider: Ed Clarke, Vanguard University, eclarke@vanguard.edu

 

Zuleika Dixon and Cindy Evans, Cerritos Community College, Foster Youth Living in Group Homes: A Study to Investigate Lack of Family Support in Relation to Negative Outcomes on Academics, zuleikadixon@outlook.com

Megan Basalla, Vanguard University, The Maker and the Model: Comparisons in “Work Experience” Homeless Programs, megan.basalla@vanguard.edu

Sandra Morgan, Vanguard University, Building Multi-disciplinary Approaches to Prevention and Early Intervention in Commercial Sexual Exploitation of Children, sandra.morgan@vanguard.edu

Stephanie D’Auria, Vanguard University, Bridging the Gap: Creating a Safe Space for Learning Behind Bars, stephanie.dauria@vanguard.edu

 

Session 6C Environmental Sociology

Organizer and Presider: Andrew R. Jones, California State University, Fresno, anjones@csufresno.edu

 

Natasha Miric, University of California, Irvine, How Global Environmental and Development Pressures Affect National Park Expansion in Non-Western Countries, nmiric@uci.edu

Liam J. Leonard, California State University, Los Angeles, Research in Sustainability & Environmental Justice, liam_leonard@yahoo.com

Andrew R. Jones, California State University, Fresno, The Effects of Water Metering and Drought on Landscaping and Water Use in a California Metropolitan Area, anjones@csufresno.edu

 

Session 6D Workshops on Pedagogy Techniques

Organizer and Presider: Adam G. Sanford, CSU Dominguez Hills, asanford@csudh.edu

 

Christin Rodriguez, CSU Fresno, The Promising Syllabus, crod62@att.net

Thea Alvarado, Robert Wonser and Anne Marenco, College of the Canyons, Simulated Society Exercise for Introduction to Sociology, tsweoalvarado@gmail.com robert.wonser@canyons.edu,anne.marenco@canyons.edu

Adam G. Sanford, CSU Dominguez Hills, Getting Away From Points: Adjusting Assignments for Standards-Based Grading, asanford@csudh.edu

 

Session 6E Global Social Change II

Organizer and Presider: Chris Chase-Dunn, UC-Riverside, chriscd@ucr.edu

 

Ben Leffel, UC-Irvine, Chinese Cities & Climate Change Networking: Linking Global City Hierarchy to an Environmental Context, bleffel@uci.edu

Paul Peterson, UC-Riverside, The Conditional Effects of Financialization on Pretax Income, An Examination of Labor Power’s Role in the U.S, ppete002@ucr.edu

Dan Frumer, San Diego State University, Marijuana as a Commodity: Production and Regulation, dfrumer@gmail.com

Erin Sakin, University of California, Riverside, Military Coups in the Cold War Era: A Social Network and World System Perspective, sakin.erin@ucr.edu

 

Session 6F The State, Race, and Resistance

Organizer and Presider: Jeb Middlebrook, California State University, Dominguez Hills, jmiddlebrook@csudh.edu

 

Dustin Mohammed, California State University, Dominguez Hills, How the State Systematically Contributes to the Realities of “Broken” Families, dmohammed1@toromail.csudh.edu

Tiffany Hobbs, California State University, Dominguez Hills, Specially Educated, Specially Incarcerated: Examining the Relationship between Special Education Students in the U.S. Education System, and Juvenile Incarceration, thobbs2@toromail.csudh.edu

Lenana Flippin, California State University, Dominguez Hills, Knowledge of Self: The Fifth Element in Hip Hop, lflippin1@toromail.csudh.edu

Jonathan Henderson, California State University, Dominguez Hills, Visioning Black Power: The Past, Present, and Future of Black Lives Matter Demands, jhenderson@csudh.edu

 

 

CSA 2016

Preliminary Lists of Sessions (October 20, 2016)

 

Session 1: Our Ever Changing Society, Organizer: Kimberly Bonfiglio, College of the Canyons Kimberly.Bonfiglio@canyons.edu

 

Session 2: Under the Microscope: Through the Lens of Symbolic Interactionism, Kimberly Bonfiglio, College of the Canyons Kimberly.Bonfiglio@canyons.edu

 

Session 3: Race, Racism, and Immigration, Edwin Lopez, CSU Fullerton edwlopez@Exchange.FULLERTON.EDU

 

Session 4: Policing the Border and Immigrants in the Era of Homeland Security, Heidy Sarabia, CSU Sacramento h.sarabia.r@gmail.com

 

Session 5: Student Involvement with Stigmatized Populations, Edward Clarke, Vanguard University eclarke@vanguard.edu

 

Session 6: Sociological Pedagogies: Techniques for Increasing Student Learning, Adam Sanford, CSU Dominguez Hills asanford@csudh.edu

 

Session 7: Militias, Militaries, and Police, Adam Sanford, CSU Dominguez Hills asanford@csudh.edu

 

Session 8: Latinos/as in Higher Education, Elvia Ramirez, CSU Sacramento eramirez@csus.edu

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Session 9: SESSION CANCELLED– Cultivating Community amongst Students, Faculty, and in the Classroom, Elizabeth Bogumil, CSU Northridge elizabeth.bogumil@gmail.com  —

 

Session 10: College Life: A focus on students of color, Eileen Ie, East Los Angeles College IEEF@elac.edu

 

Session 11: Teaching Sociology, Ed Nelson, CSU Fresno, ednelson@csufresno.edu

 

Session 12: Student Research, Robert Wonser, Moorpark College rgwonser@gmail.com

 

Session 13: Community and Identity, Thea S. Alvarado, Pasadena City College, tsweoalvarado@gmail.com

 

Session 14: SESSION CANCELLED– Afro-Latin@ in Higher Education: Belonging, Identity, and Success, Marie Nubia-Feliciano, Chapman University menubia@gmail.com

 

Session 15: Feminism and Backlash, Amy Oliveri-Ash, San Diego State University aeoliveriash@gmail.com

 

Session 16: Making Sociology Matter (Graduate Students Only), Alicia Gonzales, CSU San Marcos, amgonzal@csusm.edu

 

Session 17: Race Matters (Graduate Students Only), Alicia Gonzales, CSU San Marcos, amgonzal@csusm.edu

 

Session 18: Current Issues in Latina/o Research (Faculty and Graduate Students), Alicia Gonzales, CSU San Marcos, amgonzal@csusm.edu

 

Session 19: Undergraduate Research (Undergraduates Only), Alicia Gonzales, CSU San Marcos, amgonzal@csusm.edu

 

Session 20: Sociology of the Body, Karen S. Sabbah, CSU Northridge karen.sabbah.54@csun.edu

 

Session 21: SESSION CANCELLED– Women and Sport, Karen S. Sabbah, CSU Northridge karen.sabbah.54@csun.edu

 

Session 22: The Global South and the Rise of China, NEW ORGANIZER/PRESIDER — Christopher Sullivan, CSU Fresno  chsullivan@csufresno.edu

 

Session 23: Black Feminist Thought, Sharon Elise, CSU San Marcos selise@csusm.edu and Lori Walkington, CSU San Marcos lwalking@csusm.edu

 

Session 24: SESSION CANCELLED– Children’s Literature and K-12 Education, Brooke Whitehead, CSU, Bakersfield brooke.whitehead@ymail.com

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Session 25: Sociology of Education, Chuck Hohm, San Diego State University  chohm@csudh.edu

 

Session 26: Intersection of Culture, Race, and Resistance, Jeb Middlebrook, CSU, Dominguez Hills  jmiddlebrook@csudh.edu

 

Session 27: What’s Age Got To Do With It: Perspectives of Aging, Gender and Sexuality, Marcel Morales, East Los Angeles College moralemj@elac.edu

 

Session 28: The 2016 Presidential Election and the American Future, Gordon Clanton, San Diego State University gclanton@mail.sdsu.edu

 

Session 29: Global Social Change, Christopher Chase-Dunn, UC Riverside, christopher.chase-dunn@ucr.edu

 

Session 30: Environmental Sociology, Andrew Jones, CSU Fresno, anjones@csufresno.edu

 

Session 31: Popular Culture, Andrew Jones, CSU Fresno anjones@csufresno.edu

 

Session 32: Health Care Policies, Outcomes and Disparities, Deborah Helsel, CSU Fresno deborahh@csufresno.edu

 

Session 33: Politics and Research in the Central Valley, John Kincaid, CSU-Stanislaus jdkincaid@csustan.edu

 

Session 34: Parenting and Education, Nereida Olivia, Hartnell College noliva@hartnell.edu and Hortencia Jiménez, Hartnell College  hjimenez@hartnell.edu

 

Session 35:  Sociological Teaching and Research, Sean Davis, MiraCosta College sdavis@miracosta.edu and Sandy Somo, Glendale Community College ssomo@glendale.edu