Student/Faculty Collaborative Publications
Student-faculty research collaboration goes hand in hand with faculty research collaboration here at UAlbany's sociology department. Anyone who looks at the faculty CVs will see how often faculty members co-author articles or books. The same is often true for students, both while they are studying here and after they finish their degrees. Below is a partial list of articles published during the last decade with UAlbany student-faculty co-authors. The student's name (or names) is in boldface in each entry. For the most part, the other authors are current or past faculty members in the department.
Co-authored Journal Articles
Alba, Richard, Glenn Deane, Nancy Denton, Illir Disha, Brian McKenzie, and Jeffrey Napierala. 2014. “The Role of Immigrant Enclaves for Latino Residential Inequalities.” Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 40(1): 1-20.
Applin, Samantha and Steven F. Messner. Forthcoming. “Her American Dream: Bringing Gender Into Institutional-Anomie Theory.” Feminist Criminology.
Barton, Michael S., Bonnie Lynne Jensen, and Joanne M. Kaufman. 2010. “Social Disorganization Theory and the College Campus.” Journal of Criminal Justice 38:245-254.
Berman, Elizabeth Popp, and Laura M. Milanes-Reyes. 2013. “The Politicization of Knowledge Claims: The ‘Laffer Curve’ in the U.S. Congress.” Qualitative Sociology 36:53-79.
Berman, Elizabeth Popp, and Nicholas Pagnucco. 2010. “Economic Ideas and the Political Process: Debating Tax Cuts in the U.S. House of Representatives, 1962-1981.” Politics & Society 38:347-372.
Bose, Christine and Lina Rincón. 2008-2009. “Latino Migration from New York City to Albany, NY: Motivations, Socio-economic Outcomes, and Incorporation Challenges.”
Latino(a) Research Review 7 (1-2): 91-111.
Bose, Sunita, Katherine Trent, and Scott J. South. 2013. "The Effect of a Male Surplus on Intimate Partner Violence in India." Economic and Political Weekly 48: 53-61
Chung, Angie Y, Irene Bloemraad, and Karen Tejada. 2013. “Reinventing an Authentic ‘Ethnic’ Politics: Ideology and Organizational Change in Koreatown and Field’s Corner.” Ethnicities 13(6): 838-862. [OnlineFirst version: http://etn.sagepub.com/content/early/2013/02/03/1468796812471128.full.pdf+html]
Chunyu, Miao David, Zai Liang, and Yingfeng Wu. 2013. “Interprovincial Return Migration in China: Individual and Contextual-level Determinants.” Environment and Planning A 45:2939-2958.
Crowder, Kyle, Jeremy Pais, and Scott J. South. 2012. “Neighborhood Diversity, Metropolitan Constraints, and Household Migration” American Sociological Review 77 (June): 325-353. [PMCID: NIHMS383264]
Deane, Glenn, Steven F. Messner, Thomas D. Stucky, Kelly McGeever, and Charis E. Kubrin. 2008. “Not ‘Islands, Entire of Themselves’: Exploring the Spatial Context of City-level Robbery Rates.” Journal of Quantitative Criminology 24: 363-380.
Disha, Ilir, James Cavendish, and Ryan King. 2011. “Historical Events and Spaces of Hate: Hate Crimes against Arabs and Muslims in Post 9/11 America.” Social Problems 58(1): 21-46.
Felson, Richard B., Glenn Deane, and David P. Armstrong. 2008. “Do Theories of Crime or Violence Explain Race Differences in Delinquency?” Social Science Research 37: 624-641.
Friedman, Samantha, Hui-Shien Tsao, and Cheng Chen. 2013. “Housing Tenure and Residential Segregation in Metropolitan America.” Demography 50:1477-1498.
*Friedman, Samantha, *Joseph Gibbons, and Chris Galvan. Forthcoming. “Declining Segregation through the Lens of Neighborhood Quality: Does Middle-Class and Affluent Status Bring Equality?” Social Science Research (*authors contributed equally).
Gallant, Mary, Glenna Spitze, and Joshua G. Grove. 2010. “Chronic illness self-care and the family lives of older adults: A synthetic review across four ethnic groups.” Journal of Cross-Cultural Gerentology 25:21-43.
Gibbons, Joseph and Tse-Chuan Yang. 2014. “Self-Rated Health and Residential Segregation: How Does Race/Ethnicity Matter?” Journal of Urban Health Published online 11 February 2014.
Hernandez, Donald J., Nancy A. Denton, and Victoria L. Blanchard. 2011. “Children in the United States of America: A Statistical Portrait by Race-Ethnicity, Immigrant Origins, and Language.” The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 633(1):102 -127.
Hernandez, Donald, Nancy A. Denton and Suzanne E. Macartney. 2009. “School-Age Children in Immigrant Families: A Challenging Future for America.” Teachers College Record 111(3): 2-3 http://www.tcrecord.org ID Number: 15331. A special issue of Teachers College Record – Immigrant Families and American Schools, Jennifer Holdaway and Richard Alba, editors.
Hernandez, Donald J., Suzanne Macartney, and Victoria L. Blanchard. 2010, Children of Immigrants: Family and Socioeconomic Indicators for Affluent Countries”, Child Indicators Research 3(4, October): 413-438.
Hernandez, Donald J., Ruby Takanishi, and Karen G. Marotz. 2009. “Life Circumstances and Public Policies for Young Children in Immigrant Families”, Early Childhood Research Quarterly 24(December):487-501
Jacobs, Ronald N. and Nickie Michaud Wild. 2013. “A Cultural Sociology of The Colbert Report and The Daily Show”. American Journal of Cultural Sociology 1: 69-95.
Johnson, Kecia, Jeremy Pais, and Scott J. South. 2012. “Minority Population Concentration and Earnings: Evidence from Fixed-Effects Models.” Social Forces 91 (September): 181-208.
Kaufman, Joanne M., Jeffrey Hall, and Michelle Zagura, 2012. “Sex, Race/Ethnicity, and Context in School-Associated Student Homicides.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence 27 (12): 2373-2390.
King, Ryan D. and Gretchen Sutton. 2013. “High Times for Hate Crimes: Explaining the Temporal Clustering of Hate-Motivated Offending.” Criminology 51(4):871-894.
King, Ryan D., Kecia R. Johnson, and Kelly McGeever. 2010. “Demography of the Legal Profession and Racial Disparities in Sentencing.” Law and Society Review 44: 1-32.
Kubrin, Charis E., Steven F. Messner, Glenn Deane, Kelly McGeever, and Thomas D. Stucky. 2010. “Proactive Policing And Robbery Rates Across Large U.S. Cities.” Criminology 48: 57-97.
Lachmann, Richard, Emily Pain, and Anibal Gauna. 2014. “Museums in the New Gilded Age: Collector Exhibits in New York Art Museums, 1945-2010.” Poetics 42(2).
Liang, Zai, Miao David Chunyu, Guotu Zhuang, and Wenzhen Ye. 2008. “Cumulative Causation, Market Transition, and Emigration from China.” American Journal of Sociology. 114:706-737.
Liang, Zai, Lin Guo, and Charles Chengrong Duan. 2008. “Migration and the Well-being of Children in China.” Yale China Health Journal 5:25-46.
Liang, Zai and Miao David Chunyu. 2013. “Domestic and International Migration from China: Migration Networks, Selectivity, and Rural Political Economy.” Population Studies 67(2)209-223.
Liang, Zai, Jiejin Li, Zhongdong Ma. 2013. “Migration and Remittances: Evidence from a Poor Province in China.” Asian Population Studies 9(2):124-141.
Liu, Jianhong, Steven F. Messner, Lening Zhang, and Yue Zhou. 2008. “Investigating the Mechanism of Fear of Crime in Urban Chinese Communities – Role of Social Disorder.” Crime and Criminal Justice International 11 (October): 27-61.
Lu, Yao, Zai Liang, and Miao David Chunyu. 2013. “Emigration from China in Comparative Perspective.’ Social Forces 92(2):631-658.
Loscocco, Karyn and Susan Walzer. 2013. “Gender and the Culture of Heterosexual Marriage in the United States.” Journal of Family Theory and Review 4:1-14.
Loscocco, Karyn, Shannon M. Monnat, Gwen Moore and Kirsten B. Lauber. 2009. “Enterprising women: A Comparison of Women’s and Men’s Small Business Networks.” Gender and Society 23:388-411.
McCabe, Joshua and Aaron Major. Forthcoming. “The Adversarial Politics of Fiscal Federalism: Tax Policy and the Conservative Ascendancy in Canada, 1988-2008.” Social Science History.
Messner, Steven, Mark Beaulieu, Stacey N. Isles, and Lacy Mitchell. Forthcoming.“Revisiting the Quality and Use of Race-Specific Homicide Data: Exploring Substantive Implications.” Homicide Studies.
Morooka, Hideki and Zai Liang. 2009. “International Migration and the Education of Left Behind Children in China.” Asian and Pacific Migration Journal 18(3):345-370.
Pais, Jeremy, Scott J. South, and Kyle Crowder. 2012. “Metropolitan Heterogeneity and Minority Neighborhood Attainment: Spatial Assimilation or Place Stratification?” Social Problems 59 (May): 258-281. [PMCID: NIHMS373050]
Pais, Jeremy, Scott J. South, and Kyle Crowder. 2009. “White Flight Revisited: A Multiethnic Perspective on Neighborhood Out-Migration.” Population Research and Policy Review 28 (June): 321-346. [PMCID: PMC2778315]
Raffalovich, Lawrence E., Glenn D. Deane, David Armstrong, and Hui-shien Tsao. 2008. “Model Selection Procedures in Social Research: Monte‑Carlo Simulation Results.” Journal of Applied Statistics 35: 1093-1114.
Shin, Hyoung-jin and Zai Liang. 2012. “Ethnic Labor Market Contexts and the Earnings of Asian Immigrants.” International Migration. Forthcoming (Dec.).
South, Scott J.., Kyle Crowder, and Jeremy Pais. 2011. “Metropolitan Structure and Neighborhood Attainment: Exploring Inter-Metropolitan Variation in Racial Residential Segregation.” Demography 48 (November): 1263-1292. [PMCID: NIHMS326401]
South, Scott J., Jeremy Pais, and Kyle Crowder. 2011. “Metropolitan Influences on Migration into Poor and Nonpoor Neighborhoods.” Social Science Research 40 (May): 950-964. [PMCID: PMC3102253]
South, Scott J., Kyle Crowder, and Jeremy Pais. 2008. “Inter-neighborhood Migration and Spatial Assimilation in a Multi-ethnic World: Comparing Latinos, Blacks and Anglos.” Social Forces 87 (September): 415-443. [PMCID: PMC2792928]
South, Scott J., Katherine Trent, and Sunita Bose. 2012. “India’s ‘Missing Women’ and Men’s Sexual Risk Behavior.” Population Research and Policy Review 31: 777-795.
South, Scott J., Katherine Trent, and Sunita Bose. Forthcoming. "Skewed Sex Ratios and Criminal Victimization in India." Demography.
Spitze, Glenna, Russell Ward, Glenn Deane, and Angela Zhuo Yue. 2012. “Cross-sibling effects in parent-adult child exchanges of socioemotional support.” Research on Aging 34:197-221.
Stowell, Jacob I., Steven F. Messner, Michael S. Barton, and Lawrence E. Raffalovich. 2013. “Addition by Subtraction? A Longitudinal Analysis of the Impact of Deportation Efforts on Violent Crime.” Law & Society Review 47(4):909-942..
Stowell Jacob I., Steven F. Messner, Kelly McGeever, and Lawrence E. Raffalovich. 2009.“Immigration and the Recent Crime Drop in the U. S.: A Pooled, Cross-sectional Time-Series Analysis of Metropolitan Areas.” Criminology 47 (August): 889-928.
Trent, Katherine, Scott J. South, and Sunita Bose. Forthcoming. “The Consequences of India’s Male Surplus for Women’s Partnering and Sexual Experiences.” Journal of Family Issues.
Vogel, Matt and Steven F. Messner. 2012. “Social Correlates of Delinquency for Youth in Need of Mental Health Services: Examining the Scope Conditions of Criminological Theories.” Justice Quarterly 29 (August):546-572. DOI:10.1080/07418825.582879 (available online June 28, 2011).
Zhuo, Yue, Steven F. Messner, and Lening Zhang. 2008. “Criminal Victimization in Contemporary China: A Review of the Evidence and Challenges for Future Research.” Crime, Law and Social Change: An International Journal 50 (October): 197-209.
Co-Authored Books, Book Chapters / Encyclopedia Entries
Alba, Richard, Nancy Denton, Donald Hernandez, Illir Disha, Brian McKenzie, and Jeffrey Napierala. 2010. “Nowhere Near the Same: The Neighborhoods of Latino Children.” Pp. 3-48 in Nancy Landale, Susan M. McHale and Alan Booth, eds. Growing Up Hispanic: Health and Development of Children of Immigrants. Washington, DC: Urban Institute.
Denton, Nancy A. and Joseph R. Gibbons. 2013. “Not Your Father’s Suburb…” 21st Century Suburban Demography: Increasing Diversity Yet Lingering Exclusion. Pp. 13-30 in Social Justice in Diverse Suburbs, Christopher Niedt, editor. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.
Friedman, Samantha, Emily Rosenbaum, and Katherine Moloney. “Immigration and
Settlement Patterns.” Thematic Essay in Immigrants in American History: Arrival,
Adaptation, and Integration, ed., Elliott R. Barkan. Santa Barbara, CA: ABC Clio.
Guo, Lin and Zai Liang. 2013. “Schooling and Migration in China.” Pp. 321-330 in (Qiang Zha), editor Education in China: An Encyclopedic Handbook of Educational History, Models, and Initiatives. Berkshire Publishing.
Hernandez, Donald, Nancy A. Denton and Suzanne E.Macartney. 2011. “Early Childhood Education Programs: Accounting for Low Enrollment in Immigrant and Minority Families” Pp. 46-68 in Richard Alba and Mary C. Waters, eds. The Next Generation: Immigrant Youth in a Comparative Perspective. New York: NYU Press.
Hernandez, Donald, Suzanne E.Macartney, Victoria L. Blanchard and Nancy A. Denton. 2010. “Mexican-origin Children in the United States: Language, Family Circumstances and Public Policy.” Pp. 169-85 in Nancy Landale, Susan M. McHale and Alan Booth, eds. Growing Up Hispanic: Health and Development of Children of Immigrants. Washington, DC: Urban Institute.
Hernandez, Donald J., Nancy A. Denton, Suzanne Macartney, and Victoria L. Blanchard. 2009. “Poverty and Human Resources for Children in the United States and Selected Rich Countries.” Pp. 81-113 in Jens Qvortrup (ed.), Structural, Historical, and Comparative Perspectives, Sociological Studies of Children and Youth, Volume 12. Bingley, United Kingdom: Emerald Group Publishing Limited.
Hernandez, D.J., Denton, N.A., & Macartney, S.E. 2009. “Children of Immigrants and the Future of America”. In Elena L. Grigorenko and Ruby Takanishi (eds.) Immigration, Diversity, and Education, London: Routledge/Taylor and Francis Group.
Hernandez, D.J., Denton, N.A., & Macartney, S.E. 2008. “Immigrant Fathers: A Demographic Portrait.” Pp. 47-103 in Susan S. Chung and Robert P. Moreno, eds. On New Shores: Understanding Immigrant Fathers in North America. Latham, MD: Lexington Books.
Hernandez, Donald, Nancy A. Denton and Suzanne E.Macartney. 2008. “The Lives of America’s Youngest Children in Immigrant Families.” Zero to Three 29(2):5-12.
Hernandez, D.J., Denton, N.A., & Macartney, S.E. 2008. “Children in Immigrant Families: Looking to America’s Future”, Social Policy Report, Society for Research in Child Development, XXII, No. 3, 1-24.
Hernandez, Donald J., Nancy A. Denton, Suzanne Macartney, and Victoria L. Blanchard. 2012. “Children in Immigrant Families: Demography, Policy, and Evidence for the Immigrant Paradox,” Pp. 17-36 in Cynthia Garcia Coll and Amy Marks (eds.) The Immigrant Paradox in Children and Adolescents: Is Becoming American a Developmental Risk? Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.
Hernandez, Donald J., Suzanne Macartney, and Nancy A. Denton. 2010. “A Demographic Portrait of Young English Language Learners”, Pp.10-41 in Eugene E. Garcia and Ellen C. Frede (Eds.) Young English-language learners: Current research and emerging directions for practice and policy. New York: Teacher's College Press.
Horton, Hayward Derrick, Lindsay Hixson and Shannon M. Monnat. 2010. “Educational Attainment and Mortality Differentials.” in Penelope Peterson, Eva Baker and Barry McGraw (eds.), International Encyclopedia of Education, vol. 1, Pp.602-609, Oxford: Elsevier.
Li, Zhen and Zai Liang. 2012. “Job Mobility of Migrant Workers: Pearl River Delta region as an Example.” Pp. 3-24 in Zai Liang, Steven F. Messner, Cheng Chen, and Youqin Huang (editors). The Emergence of a New Urban China: Insiders’ Perspectives. Lexington Books.
Liang, Zai and Hideki Morooka. 2008. “International Migration and Development: the Case of China.” Pp. 273-302 in Josh DeWind and Jennifer Holdaway (eds.) Migration and Development Within and Across Borders: Research and Policy Perspectives on Internal and International Migration. International Organization for Migration and the Social Science Research Council.
Li, Jiejin, Zai Liang. 2012. “Migration and Housing Inequality in Metropolitan Shanghai.” Pp.256-282 in Zhou Daming, Liu Linpin, and Zai Liang (eds.) New Patterns of Urban Changes in China. Beijing, Social Science Publishing House. (in Chinese).
Liang, Zai and Qian Jasmine Song. Forthcoming. “Migration in China” in Michael J. White (ed.) The Handbook of Migration. Springer Handbook Series.
Liang, Zai and Jiejin Li. 2012. “International Migration.” Pp.209-232 in Zai Liang (ed.). Demography (in Chinese). Beijing, People’s University of China Press.
Messner, Steven F., Benjamin Pearson-Nelson, Lawrence E. Raffalovich, and Zachary Miner. 2011. Cross-National Homicide Trends in the Latter Decades of the 20th Century: Losses and Gains in Institutional Control?” Pp. 65-89 in Control of Violence: Historical and International Perspectives on Violence in Modern Societies, edited by Wilhelm Heitmeyer, Heinz-Gerhard Haupt, Stefan Malthaner, and Andrea Kirschner. New York , NY: Springer Science+Business Media.
Savelsberg, Joachim, Ryan King, Rajiv Evan Rajan, and Lacy Mitchell. 2011. “Constructing and Remembering the My Lai Massacre.” In Joachim Savelsberg and Ryan King, American Memories: Atrocities and Law. New York, NY: Russell Sage Foundation.
Seidman, Steven, Nancy Fischer and Chet Meeks, editors. 2011. Introducing the New Sexuality Studies 2nd edition. New York: Routledge.
Zhuo, Yue and Steven F. Messner. 2012. “Crime Control Attitudes in Contemporary Urban China: An Empirical Test of the Symbolic and Instrumental Perspectives.” Pp. 135-159 in The Emergence of New Urban China, edited by Daming Zhou, Linping Liu, and Zai Liang. Beijing, China: Social Science Academic Press. (in Chinese)