Arts & Letters Faculty Recent Publications-May
May 17, 2018
- Anthony Hoskin, assistant professor in the Department of Sociology, Social Work and Criminology co-authored the book Handbook of Social Status Correlates, which summarizes findings from nearly 4,000 studies on traits associated with variations in socioeconomic status.
- Amanda Zink, associate professor in the Department of English and Philosophy, wrote a book titled Fictions of Western American Domesticity that looks at why popular female authors wrote conventional fiction while living lives that were far from conventional.
- Shane Gleason, assistant professor in political science, published an article looking at how gender bias subtly influences supreme court decisions.
Betsy Brunner, assistant professor in the Department of Communication, Media and Persuasion, published several articles this year:
- Brunner, E. (2017) “Wild Public Networks and Affective Movements in China: Environmental Activism, Social Media, and Protest in Maoming,” Journal of Communication, (67)5, pp. 665-677.
-Brunner, E., and Dawson, V. (2017). “Marketing the Recreational Sublime: Jumbo Wild and the Rhetorics of Humans in Nature,” Critical Studies in Media Communication (34)4, pp. 386-399.
-Brunner, E. (2017). “Contemporary Environmental Art in China: Portraying Progress, Politics, and Ecosystems,” Environmental Communication (12)3, pp. 402-413.
-Brunner, E. (2017). “Imagining China through the Culture Industries: 798 Art Zone and the New China,” S. Hartnett, L. Keranen, and D. Conley, Eds. Imagining China: Rhetorics of Nationalism in the Age of Globalization. Lansing, MI: Michigan State University Press.
-DeLuca, K. & Brunner, E. (2017). “Activism in the Wake of the Event of China: Abandoning the Domesticated Rituals of Democracy to Explore the Dangers of Wild Public Screens,” C. Foust, A. Pason, & K. Zittlow Rogness, Eds. What Democracy Looks Like: The Rhetoric of Social Movements and Counterpublics. Tuscaloosa, AL: University of Alabama Press.
- Maria Wong, professor in the Department of Psychology, published an article on Science Trends that looks out how regular sleep affects self-control and substance use in children of alcoholics and controls.
- DJ Williams, associate professor in the Department of Sociology, Social Work, and Criminology, recently published two articles in Leisure Sciences. One features Jeremy Thomas, assistant professor in the same department, titled An Empirical Exploration of Leisure-Related Themes and Potential Constraints across Descriptions of Serial Homicide Cases. The second is titled Application of the Serious Leisure Perspective to Intrinsically Motivated Serial Homicide.
- Malliga Och, assistant professor in the Department of Global Studies and Languages, published three articles, a book and a book review.
-“Conservative Feminists? An Exploration of Feminist Arguments across Parliamentary Debates in the Bundestag” (Parliamentary Affairs)
-“The Local Diffusion of International Human Rights Norms – Understanding the Cities for CEDAW Campaign” (International Studies of Feminist Politics)
-“Talking about my generation and class? Unpacking the descriptive representation of women in Asian parliaments” Devin Joshi and Malliga Och. Women’s Studies International Forum. Volume 47, Part A, November–December 2014, Pages 168–179
-The Right Women: Republican Party Activists, Candidates, And Legislators, Malliga Och and Shauna Shames (editors). Praeger Press 2018
-“The Feminization of the Grand Old Party?” in The Right Women: Republican Party Activists, Candidates, And Legislators, co-edited volume, Praeger Press 2018
-Gender, Intersections, and Institutions. Intersectional Groups Building Alliances and Gaining Voice in Germany and Out of the Running: Why Millennials Reject Political Careers and Why It Matters book reviews.
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