Recent Peer-Reviewed Articles

Our talented and productive faculty publish across a range of top-tier peer-reviewed journal outlets. Below is but a small slice of recent publications; be sure to check faculty CVs for a more complete list.

2020

Legacies of Marginalization: System Avoidance among the Adult Children of Unauthorized Immigrants in the United States

INTERNATIONAL MIGRATION REVIEW

Sarah Desai, Jessica Houston Su, and Robert M. Adelman

W.E.B. Du Bois and Interdisciplinarity: A Comprehensive Understanding the Scholar's Approach to Natural Science

JOURNAL OF CLASSICAL SOCIOLOGY

Jordan Fox Besek, Patrick Greiner, and Brett Clark

On the Interactive Nature of Place-Making: Modifying Growth Machine Theory to Capture the Spatial and Temporal Connections that Spawned the Asian Carp Invasion

THE SOCIOLOGICAL QUARTERLY

Jordan Fox Besek

First- and Continuing-Generation Students, Substance Use, and College Graduation

SOCIAL FORCES

Raymond R. Swisher and Christopher R. Dennison

Spinners or Sitters? Regimes of Social Reproduction and Urban Chinese Workers' Employment Choices

INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF COMPARATIVE SOCIOLOGY

Yige Dong

Providing After Prison: Nonresident Fathers Formal and Informal Contributions to Children

RUSSELL SAGE FOUNDATION JOURNAL OF THE SOCIAL SCIENCES

Allison Dwyer Emory, Lenna Nepomnyaschy, Maureen R. Waller, Daniel P. Miller, Alexandra Haralampoudis

 

Repackaging Fatherhood: Father Engagement and Cooperative Coparenting in Mid-Pregnancy Marriages and Cohabitations

JOURNAL OF MARRIAGE AND FAMILY

Jessica Houston Su and Allison Dwyer Emory

Psychological Pathways Linking Income Inequality in Adolescence to Well-being in Adulthood.

SELF AND IDENTITY

Lora E. Park, Han Young Jung, Kristen Schultz Lee, Deborah E. Ward, Paul K. Piff, Ashley V. Whillans, and Kristin Naragon-Gainey

The Public Salience of Crime, 1960-2014: Age-Period-Cohort and Time-Series Analyses

CRIMINOLOGY

Luzi Shi, Yunmei (Iris) Lu, and Justin Pickett

Young Adults’ Expectations of the Division of Labor in their Future Families

SOCIOLOGICAL SCIENCE

Brittany N. Dernberger and Joanna R. Pepin

Adorning the Female Body: Feminist Identification, Embodied Resistance, and Aesthetic Body Modification Practices

SOCIOLOGICAL FOCUS

Samantha Kwan, Scott V. Savage, and Mary Nell Trautner

2019

Buffalo’s West Side Story: Migration, Gentrification, and Neighborhood Change

CITY & COMMUNITY

Robert M. Adelman, Aysegul Balta Ozgen, and Watoii Rabii

Race, Ethnicity, and the American Criminal Justice System: The Perceptions and Experiences of West Indian Men

RACE AND JUSTICE

O. Nicholas Robertson and Robert M. Adelman

Testing Life Course Models Whereby Juvenile and Adult Adversity Combine to Influence Speed of Biological Aging

JOURNAL OF HEALTH AND SOCIAL BEHAVIOR

Ronald L. Simons, Man-Kit Lei, Steven R. H. Beach, Leslie Gordon Simons, Ashley B. Barr, Frederick X. Gibbons, Robert A. Philibert

Invasive Uncertainties: Environmental Change and the Politics of Limited Science

ENVIRONMENTAL SOCIOLOGY

Jordan Fox Besek

Postsecondary Education, Neighborhood Disadvantage, and Crime: An Examination of Life Course Relative Deprivation

CRIME & DELINQUENCY

Christopher R. Dennison and Raymond R. Swisher

The Crime-Reducing Benefits of a College Degree: Evidence from a Nationally Representative U.S. Sample

CRIMINAL JUSTICE STUDIES

Christopher R. Dennison

What Is Made-in-China Feminism(s)? Gender Discontent and Class Friction in Post-Socialist China

CRITICAL ASIAN STUDIES

Angela X. Wu and Yige Dong

Use and Opinions of Prescription Opioids Among Older American Adults: Sociodemographic Predictors

JOURNAL OF GERONTOLOGY: SERIES B

Hanna Grol-Prokopczyk

 

"Either You Do It or You’re Going to the Box": Coerced Labor in Contemporary America

CRITICAL SOCIOLOGY

Erin Hatton

Consistency and Compensation in Mercy: Commutation in the Era of Mass Incarceration

SOCIAL FORCES

Veronica Horowitz and Christopher Uggen

Age and Crime in South Korea: Cross-National Challenge to Invariance Thesis

JUSTICE QUARTERLY

Darrell Steffensmeier, Yunmei (Iris) Lu, and Chongmin Na

Beliefs about Money in Families: Balancing Unity, Autonomy, and Gender Equality

JOURNAL OF MARRIAGE & FAMILY

Joanna R. Pepin

Working later in the USA and Ireland: implications for precariously and securely employed women

AGEING & SOCIETY

Á. Ní Léime and Debra Street

Gender Goals: Boys and Young Men Defining Masculinity and Navigating Peer Pressure to Engage in Sexual Activity

GENDER & SOCIETY

Kiera D. Duckworth and Mary Nell Trautner

2018

Sharing the Burden of the Transition to Adulthood: African American Young Adults’ Transition Challenges and Their Mothers’ Health Risk

AMERICAN SOCIOLOGICAL REVIEW

Ashley B. Barr, Leslie Gordon Simons, Ronald L. Simons, Steven R. H. Beach, Robert A. Philibert

Politics of Respectability, Colorism, and the Terms of Social Exchange in Family Research

JOURNAL OF FAMILY THEORY & REVIEW

Antoinette Landor and Ashley Barr

The Brief, Tumultuous History of ‘Big Democracy’ in China’s Factories

MODERN CHINA

Joel Andreas and Yige Dong

Visitation Orders, Family Courts, and Fragile Families 

JOURNAL OF MARRIAGE AND FAMILY

Maureen R. Waller and Allison Dwyer Emory

Celebrity Culture and Demographic Change: The Case of Celebrity Nonmarital Fertility, 1974–2014

DEMOGRAPHIC RESEARCH

Hanna Grol-Prokopczyk

Showing Up: The Gendered Effects of Social Engagement on Educational Participation in U.S. Correctional Facilities

THE PRISON JOURNAL

Grant E. Tietjen, Christopher R. H. Garneau, Veronica Horowitz, and HarmoniJoie Noel

The Cultural Divide and Changing Beliefs about Gender in the United States, 1974-2010

SEX ROLES

Kristen Schultz Lee, Paula A. Tufts, and Duane F. Alwin

Rural and Urban Differences in Gender-Sentencing Patterns of Pennsylvania

RURAL SOCIOLOGY

Yunmei (Iris) Lu

Marital Status and Mothers’ Time Use: Childcare, Housework, Leisure, and Sleep

DEMOGRAPHY

Joanna R. Pepin, Liana C. Sayer, and Lynne M. Casper