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Recent Faculty Publications

Articles, Books, Book Chapters, Encyclopedic Entries, and Evaluation Reports

The names of current and former Texas State student authors are underlined. Texas State faculty from Sociology are listed in bold.

Bonilla-Silva, Eduardo, and David R. Dietrich. 2011. "The New Racism: Racial Structure in the United States since the 1960's."Pp. 41-68 in Covert Racism, edited by Rodney Coates. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Bonilla-Silva, Eduardo and David R. Dietrich. 2011. “The Sweet Enchantment of Color-Blind Racism in Obamerica.” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 634: 190-206.

Caviness, Courtney, Patti Giuffre, and Maria Wasley. 2016. “They Don’t Get It: The Promise and Problem of Using Student Resistance as a Pedagogical Tool,” in Teaching about Sex and Gender in the 21st Century edited by Kristin Haltinner and Ryanne Pilgeram. New York: Springer Publishing.

Chee, Kyong Hee. 2012. Head Start Program Community Needs Assessment 2012. The Center for Social Inquiry, Texas State University-San Marcos.

Chee, Kyong Hee. 2012. “For the Aging Multicultural World: Gerontology ‘Texting’.” The

Gerontologist 52(5): 726-731.

Chee, Kyong Hee, Nathan W. Pino, and William L. Smith. 2014. “Assessing the Factors Associated with the Possession of an Academic Ethic.” Sociological Viewpoints 30(1): 50-70.

Chee, Kyong Hee (Ed.). 2015. The Life Course in Context. San Diego, California: Cognella Inc.

Clement, Matthew Thomas. 2011. "Community Gardening." Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology. Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology. Ritzer, George (ed). Blackwell Publishing. Blackwell Reference Online.

Clement, Matthew Thomas. 2011. "‘Let Them Build Sea Walls’: Ecological Crisis, Economic

Crisis and the Political Economic Opportunity Structure." Critical Sociology 37(4): 447-463.

Clement, Matthew Thomas and Jessica Schultz. 2011. "Political Economy, Ecological Modernization and Energy Use: A Panel Analysis of State-Level Energy Use in the United States of America, 1960-1990." Sociological Forum 26(3): 581-600.

Clement, Matthew Thomas. 2011. "The Jevons Paradox and Anthropogenic Global Warming: A Panel Analysis of State-Level Carbon Emissions in the United States, 1963-1997." Society & Natural Resources 24(9): 951-961.  

Clement, Matthew Thomas. 2011. "The Town-Country Antithesis and the Environment: A

Sociological Critique of a ‘Real Utopian’ Project." Organization & Environment 24(3): 292-311.

Clement, Matthew Thomas and James R. Elliott. 2012."Growth Machines and Carbon

Emissions: A County-Level Analysis of How U.S. Place-Making Contributes to Global Climate

Change." Pp. 29-50 in William Holt, III, ed. Research in Urban Studies: Urban Areas and

Climate Change. Bingley, UK: Emerald Group Publishing Limited.

Clement, Matthew Thomas and Elizabeth Podowski. 2013. "Intensifying the Countryside: A Sociological Study of Cropland Lost to the Built Environment in the United States, 2001-2006." Social Forces 92(2): 815-838.

Clement, Matthew Thomas. 2015. "Community Gardening." Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology. Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology. Ritzer, George (ed). Blackwell Publishing. Blackwell Reference Online.

Clement, Matthew Thomas. 2015. "Environment and Urbanization." Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology. Blackwell Encyclopedia of Sociology. Ritzer, George (ed). Blackwell Publishing. Blackwell Reference Online.

Clement, Matthew Thomas, Christina Ergas, and Patrick Greiner. 2015. "The Environmental Consequences of Rural and Urban Population Change: An Exploratory Spatial Panel Study of Forest Cover in the Southern United States, 2001-2006." Rural Sociology 80(1): 108–136.

Clement, Matthew Thomas, Guangqing Chi, Hung Chak Ho. Forthcoming. "Urbanization and

Land Use Change: A Human Ecology of Deforestation Across the United States, 2001-2006."

Sociological Inquiry.

Day, Susan and Joseph A. Kotarba. 2014. “The Didactic Relevance of the Death of Deviance Debate.” Pp. 255-276 In Michael Dellwing, Joseph A. Kotarba, and Nathan W. Pino (eds.) The Death and Resurrection of Deviance New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

De Soto, William, Hassan Tajalli, Chad L. Smith, Nathan W. Pino. 2014.  “College Students and Alcohol Use:  A Test of Social Learning, Strain, and Acculturation Theories.” World Medical and Health Policy 6(3):262-279.

Dellwing, Michael, Joseph A. Kotarba, and Nathan W. Pino. 2014. “Introduction: Tales of Death and Deviance.” pp. 1-8 In Michael Dellwing, Joe Kotarba, and Nathan W. Pino (eds.)The Death and Ressurection of Deviance: Current Research and Ideas. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. 

Dellwing, Michael, Joe Kotarba, and Nathan W. Pino. 2014.  The Death and Resurrection of Deviance: Current Ideas and Research. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Dietrich, David R. “Affirmative Action ‘Bake Sales’: Defending White Privilege.”

Sociological Focus 48(2): 105-125.

Dietrich, David R. 2012. “The Specter of Racism in the 2005-6 Immigration Debate: Preserving Racial Group Position.” Critical Sociology 38(5): 723-745.

Dietrich, David R. 2012. “Worlds of Whiteness: Race and Character Creation in Online Games.” Pp. 101-116 in Social Exclusion, Power, and Video Game Play, edited by David Embrick, Talmadge Wright, and Andras Lukacs. Lexington, MA: Lexington Books.

Dietrich, David R. 2013. “Avatars of Whiteness: Racial Expression in Video Game Characters.” Sociological Inquiry 83(1): 82-105.

Dietrich, David R. 2014. Rebellious Conservatives: Social Movements in Defense of Privilege. New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Elliott, James R. and Matthew Thomas Clement. 2014. "Urbanization and Carbon Emissions: A Nationwide Study of Local Countervailing Effects in the United States." Social Science Quarterly 95(3): 795–816.

Elliott, James R. and Matthew Thomas Clement. 2015. "Developing Spatial Inequalities in Carbon Appropriation: A Sociological Analysis of Changing Local emissions across the United States." Social Science Research 51: 119–131.

Ellison, Graham and Nathan W. Pino. 2012. Globalization, Police Reform, and Development: Doing it the Western Way? New York: Palgrave-Macmillan.

Ellison, Graham, Nathan W. Pino, and Peter Shirlow. 2013. “Assessing the Determinants of Public Confidence in the Police: A Case Study of a Post-Conflict Community in Northern Ireland.” Criminology and Criminal Justice. 13:5, 552-576.

Ergas, Christina and Matthew Thomas Clement. Forthcoming. "Ecovillages, Restitution, and the Political-Economic Opportunity Structure: An Urban Case Study in Mitigating the Metabolic Rift." Critical Sociology.

Estaville, Lawrence, Megan Trad, and Gloria Martínez-Ramos. 2012. “University Student Understanding of Cancer: Analysis of Ethnic Group Variances,” Journal of Cancer Education 27(3): 580-584.

Kenneth F. Ferraro, and Seoyoun Kim. 2014. “Health Benefits of Religion among Black and White Older Adults? Race, Religiosity, and C-Reactive Protein.” Social Science and Medicine 120: 92-99.

Gilligan, Megan, Jill Suitor, Seoyoun Kim, and Karl Pillemer. 2013. “Differential Effects of Perceptions of Mothers’ and Fathers’ Favoritism on Sibling Tension in Adulthood.” Journal of Gerontology: Social Sciences 68(4): 593-598.

Giuffre, Patti. 2013. “Sexual Harassment.” Sage Encyclopedia on the Sociology of Work, edited by Vicki Smith. 2: 769-773.New York: Sage Publications.

Giuffre, Patti and Courtney Caviness. 2016. “Desexualization.” Encyclopedia of Gender and Sexuality Studies, edited by Nancy Naples. New York: Wiley Blackwell.

Giuffre, Patti and April Hudson. 2016. “Reflexivity.” Encyclopedia of Gender and Sexuality Studies, edited by Nancy Naples. New York: Wiley Blackwell.

Glowinski, Benard and Joseph A. Kotarba. 2015. “Super Bowl Sunday.” Pp. 205-216 in Dennis D. Waskul and Phillip Vannini (eds.), Popular Culture as Everyday Life Burlington, VT: Ashgate.

Harris, Deborah A. and Jamila Zakari. 2014. “Neo-liberalism and Private Emergency Food Networks” Pp. 307-315 in Routledge Handbook of Poverty in the United States edited by Stephen Haymes, Maria Vidal de Haymes, and Reuben Miller. New York, NY: Routledge.

Harris, Deborah A., Whitney M. Harris, and Kristi M. Fondren. 2015. “Everybody Eats:

Using Hunger Banquets to Teach about Issues of Global Inequality and Hunger.” Teaching Sociology 43:115-125.

Harris, Deborah A., Mariah Carney, and Cheyenne Aragon. 2015. Peace Through Pie

Evaluation Report. Peace Through Pie.

Harris, Deborah A. and Patti A. Giuffre. Taking the Heat: Women Chefs and Gender Inequality in the Professional Kitchen. 2015. New Brunswick, NJ: Rutgers University Press.

Harris, Deborah A. 2015. “You Just Have to Look at It as a Gift: Low-Income Single

Mothers’ Experiences of the Child Support System.” Journal of Poverty 19(1):88-108.

Hooks, Gregory and Chad L. Smith. 2012. “The Treadmill of Destruction Goes Global: Anticipating the Environmental Impact of Militarism in the 21st Century.” Pp. 60-83 in The Marketing of War in the Age of Neo-Militarism, edited by Kostas Gouliamos and Christos Kassimeris. Routledge Press.

Johnson, Christopher. 2012. “The Design of Long Term Care Environments.” Pp. 145-166 in Dimensions of Long Term Care Management: An Introduction, edited by M.H. McSweeney and R. Oetjen, R. DC: Health Administration Press.

Johnson, Christopher and Roxanna H. Johnson. 2012. “Innovative Dementia Training in the Deep South in the United States.” Pp 224 - 239 in Key Issues in Evolving Dementia Care: International Theory-based Policy and Practice, edited by A. Innes, F. Kelly and L. McCabe. London and Philadelphia: Jessica Kingsley Publishers.

Johnson, Christopher. 2015. “The Design of Long Term Care Environments.” in Dimensions of Long Term Care Management: An Introduction, edited by M.H. McSweeney and R. Oetjen, R. DC: Health Administration Press.

Kim, Seoyoun, and Kenneth F. Ferraro. 2014. “Do Productive Activities Reduce Inflammation in Later Life? Multiple Roles, Frequency of Activities, and C-Reactive Protein. The Gerontologist 54(5): 830-839.

Kotarba, Joseph A. 2011. “Adult Socialization.” P. 589 in George Ritzer, et al (eds.) The Concise Encyclopedia of Sociology Boston: Blackwell.

Kotarba, Joseph A. 2011. “Existential Sociology.” Pp. 205-206 in George Ritzer, et al (eds.) The Concise Encyclopedia of Sociology Boston: Blackwell.

Kotarba, Joseph A. 2011. The Culture of Translational Research: An Ethnographic Report. Submitted to the Institute for Translational Sciences, University of Texas Medical Branch-Galveston. 

Kotarba, Joseph A. 2012. “My Life as a Sociologist and an Interactionist.” Studies in Symbolic Interaction 38:197-213.

Kotarba, Joseph A. and Andrea Salvini. 2012. “Preface.” Pp. 7-13 in Andrea Salvini, Joseph A. Kotarba and Bryce Merrill (eds.) The Present and Future of Symbolic Interactionism Milan, Italy: FrancoAngeli.

Kotarba, Joseph A. 2012. “Taking Chances in Everyday Life: Studying Culture Across Continents.” Pp. 75-89 in Andrea Salvini, Joseph A. Kotarba and Bryce Merrill (eds.) The Present and Future of Symbolic Interactionism Milan, Italy: FrancoAngeli.

Kotarba, Joseph. 2012. The Present and Future of Symbolic Interactionism. (co-edited with Andrea Salvini and Bryce Merrill) Milan, Italy: FrancoAngeli.

Kotarba, Joseph A. 2012. “Women Professional Athletes’ Injury Risk, Incidence and Care: A Community-level Analysis.” Pp. 107-125 in Dominic Malcolm and Parissa Safai (eds.), The Social Organization of Sports Medicine New York: Routledge.

Kotarba, Joseph. 2013. Baby Boomer Rock ‘n’ Roll Fans: The Music Never Ends. Lanham, MD: Rowman and Littlefield.

Kotarba, Joseph A., Kyong Hee Chee, Yvonne Lozano, Gloria Martinez-Ramos, and Amy Russell. 2013. An Evaluation and Needs Assessment of Human Service Delivery in San Marcos, Texas. Submitted to the Human Services Advisory Board, the City of San Marcos, Texas.

Kotarba, Joseph A. 2013. “Preface.” Pp. 15-16 in Sara Towe Horsfall, Jan-Martijn Meij, and Meghan Probstfield (eds.) Music Sociology Boulder, CO: Paradigm Publishers.

Kotarba, Joseph A., Kevin Wooten, Jean Freeman, and Allan J. Brasier. 2013. “The Culture of Translational Science Research: A Qualitative Analysis.” International Review of Qualitative Research 5(1):127-142.

Kotarba, Joseph A. 2013. Three Stages of Cultural Change in Translational Science Research. Submitted to the Institute for Translational Sciences, University of Texas Medical Branch-Galveston.   

Kotarba, Joseph A. 2013. “Translational Science and the Self-Identity of the Scientist.” Clinical and Translational Science 6(2):157.

Kotarba, Joseph. Understanding Society through Popular Music. (co-authored with Bryce Merrill, Patrick Williams 7 and Phillip Vannini) New York: Routledge, 2nd Edition (2013) (1st edition: 2009).

Kotarba, Joseph A., Debarun Majumdar, and Bob Price. 2013. White Paper on Diversity in the Board Room: Perception vs. Reality. Submitted to the Texas Healthcare Trustees.

Kotarba, Joseph A., Jonathan Wivagg, and Colin Pierson. 2014. Analysis of the 2-1-1 Texas Information and Referral Network Website and Area Information Center data. Submitted to the Department of Housing and Community Affairs, State of Texas.

Kotarba, Joseph A., Sharon A. Croisant, Cornelis Elferink, and Lauren E. Scott. 2014. “Collaborating with the Community: The Extra-Territorial Translational Research Team.” Journal of Translational Medicine & Epidemiology 2(2):1038-1041. Archived in NIH’s PubMed Central.

Kotarba, Joseph A. and the WESTAFF Staff. 2014. Denver Music Summit: Review of the Research and Policy Program. Submitted to the Denver Music Task Force.

Kotarba, Joseph A. 2014.“Existential Sociology” Pp. 258-297 in Michael Hviid Jacobsen and Soren Kristiansen (eds.) The Sociologies of Everyday Life (2nd ed.) Copenhagen, Denmark: Hans Reitzel Publishers.

Kotarba, Joseph A. 2014. "Symbolic Interaction and Applied Social Research: A Focus on Translational Science Research." Symbolic Interaction 37(3):412-425.

Kotarba, Joseph A. and Nicolas LaLone. 2014. “The Scene: A Conceptual Template for an Interactionist Approach to Contemporary Music.” Studies in Symbolic Interaction 42: 53-68.

Kotarba, Joseph A. and Paul Kappler. 2016. An Evaluation of the Wimberley Village Library. Submitted to the Wimberley Village Library Board of Trustees.  

Kotarba, Joseph A. and Kevin C. Wooten. 2016. “Evaluating the Application of the Innovation Scorecard for Continuous Improvement to Translational Science.” Clinical and Translational Science 9, 2:157.

Kotarba, Joseph A., Jonathan Wivagg, and Colin Pierson, Gloria Martinez-Ramos, Paul Kappler. 2016. Identifying the Unmet needs of Texas Veterans and Their Families: A Statewide Needs Assessment. Submitted to the Texas Veterans Commission.

Kotarba, Joseph. 2016. Understanding Society through Popular Music. New York: Routledge, 3rd Edition.

Kotarba, Joseph A. 2016. “Popular Music in Everyday Lives.” In Symbolic Interactionist Takes on Music: The Couch-Stone Papers. (Christopher J. Schneider and Joseph A. Kotarba, eds.) Studies in Symbolic Interaction 47.

Lengefeld, Michael and Chad L. Smith. 2013. “Nuclear Shadows: Weighing the Environmental Effects of Militarism, Capitalism, and Modernization in a Global Context, 2001-2007.” Human Ecology Review 20(1): 11-25.

Lozano, Yvonne, Gloria Martinez-Ramos, and Maura Pilotti. (In press) “Assessing Caregivers’ Needs in the Workplace: A Pilot Study”Accepted for publication in Educational Gerontology.

McGee, Julius, Matthew Thomas Clement, and Jordan Fox Besek. 2015. "The Impacts of Technology: A Revaluation of STIRPAT." Environmental Sociology 1(2): 81-91.

McNiel, Jamie N., Deborah A. Harris, and Kristi M. Fondren. 2012. “Women and the

Wild: Gender Socialization in Wilderness Recreation Advertising.” Gender Issues

29(1): 39-55.

Majumdar, Debarun and Gloria P. Martinez-Ramos. 2012. “Impact of Immigration-

related Challenges and Deportation Worries on the Well-being of Latinos in the US.” Camino

Real 4(7): 95-114.

Majumdar, Debarun and Gloria P. Martínez-Ramos. 2012. “Quality of Life, Optimism, and Situation of Latinos: The Impact of Increased Public Immigration Awareness and Deportation Worries,” Camino Real Estudios de las Hispanidades Norteamericanas 4(7):95-114.

Martínez-Ramos, Gloria, Biggs, Mary Jo, and Yvonne Lozano. 2013. “Quality of Life of Latina Breast Cancer Survivors: From Silence to Empowerment.” Advances in Social Work, Special Issue on Latino/Latinas 14 (1):1-21.

Meaney, Karen, JoAnn Zimmerman, Gloria Martínez-Ramos, Jacquelyn McDonald, and Yongmei Lu. (In-Press). “Champions for Health in the Community: Critical Service Learning, Transformative Education, and Community Empowerment. In Liston, D. D. & Rahimi, R. (Ed.), Forwarding a Social Justice Agenda Through the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning. Indiana University Press. Accepted for publication in 2016.

Melnikov, Andrey and Joseph A. Kotarba. 2016. “Existential Sociology.” in George Ritzer, et al (eds.), The Encyclopedia of Sociology Boston: Blackwell.

Melnikov, Andrey and Joseph A. Kotarba. 2016. “Jack Douglas and the Vision of Existential Sociology.” in Michael Hviid Jacobson (ed.), The Interactionist Imagination - Meaning, Situation and Micro-Social Order Copenhagen, Denmark: Hans Reitzel Publishers (forthcoming).

Mestrovic, Stjepan G. and Rachel Romero. 2012. “Poisoned Social Climate, Collective Responsibility, and The Abuse at Abu Ghraib — or, the Establishment of ‘Rule that is Lack of Rule’.” International Journal of Law and Psychiatry 35(1): 62-69.

Moltz, Heidi L. N., Chad L. Smith, Vincent L. Lopes, and Walter Rast. 2013. “Sediment Control and Social Inequality in the Santa Fe River Watershed, New Mexico: A Case Study of Organizations.” European Water 42: 51-64.

Mosel-Talavera, Kelly. "Growing up Female in Texas: The Importance of Beauty Pageants in

Texas Communities." Folklore: In All of Us, In All We Do. Kenneth Untiedt, ed. Denton: UNT

Press.

Norton, Christine, and Watt, Toni Terling. 2011. Big City Mountaineers 40 Developmental Assets Report. Conducted for Big City Mountaineers, Denver.

Norton, Christine Lynn, Watt, Toni Terling. and A. Penn. 2013. Exploring the Impact of a Wilderness-Based Positive Youth Development Program for Urban Youth. Journal of Experiential Education. Published online September 11.

Nowotny, Kathryn M., Jennifer L. Fackler, Gianncarlo Muschi, Carol Vargas, Lindsey Wilson and Joseph A. Kotarba. 2013. “Authenticity in Latin Music.” Pp. 7-80 in Sara Towe Horsfall, Jan-Martijn Meij, and Meghan Probstfield (eds.) Music Sociology Boulder, CO: Paradigm Publishers.

Pattison, Andrew, Robby Habans, and Matthew Thomas Clement. 2014. "Ecological Modernization or Aristocratic Conservation: Exploring the Impact of Affluence on Emissions." Society and Natural Resources 27(8): 850-866.

Pino, Nathan W. and Lee M. Johnson. 2011. “Police Deviance and Community Relations in Trinidad and Tobago.” Policing: An International Journal of Police Strategies and Management 34(3):454-478.

Pino, Nathan W. and Amber Blazek. 2011. “Teaching Sexual and Gender Identity in College Courses.” Currents in Teaching and Learning 4(1): 43-54.

Pino, Nathan W., Gloria P. Martinez-Ramos, and William L. Smith. 2012. “Latinos, the Academic Ethic and the Transition to College.” Journal of Latinos and Education 11(1):17-31.

Pino, Nathan W. 2013. “Homicide.” Approved to appear in Atkinson, Rowland (Ed.) Shades of Deviance. Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

Nathan W. Pino. 2013. “Policing in Developing Democracies,” pp. 3777-3787 in Gerben Bruinsma and David Weisburd (Eds.) The Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice (Volume 8: Police and Law Enforcement). New York: Springer Reference.

Pino, Nathan W. 2014.  “Deviance and Social Justice.” pp. 296-309 In Michael Dellwing, Joe Kotarba, and Nathan W. Pino (eds.) The Death and Ressurection of Deviance: Current Research and Ideas. New York: Palgrave Macmillan. 

Pino, Nathan W. 2014. “Homicide and War.” pp. 230-233 in Rowland Atkinson (Ed.) Shades of Deviance: A Primer on Crime, Deviance, and Social Harm. London: Routledge.  (R)

Pino, Nathan W. 2016. “Trinidad and Tobago: Crime, Police Corruption and Police Reforms.” In Kempe Ronald Hope (Ed) Police Corruption and Reform in Developing Societies. Boca Raton, FL: CRC Press. 207-228.

Price, Bob. 2013. “Cubicles.” The Encyclopedia of the Sociology of Work (edited by Vicki Smith). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Romero, Rachel. 2013. “Iraq War” in the Encyclopedia of Lying and Deception. Edited by Joseph K. Golson. Sage Publications.

Romero, Rachel. 2014. In-depth interviews in, Lost and Found: 3 Years of Stories, People and Street Art in Austin, Texas. Published by HOPE Campaign. 

Sanchez, Katherine and Toni Terling Watt. 2012. “Collaborative Care for the Treatment of Depression in Primary Care with a Low-Income Spanish-Speaking Population. Primary Care Companion. 14. Published online.

Shanafelt, Robert and Nathan W. Pino. 2012 “Evil and the Common Life: Toward a Wider Perspective on Serial Offending and Atrocities.” Chapter 16 [pp. 252-273] in Simon Winlow and Rowland Atkinson (eds.) New Directions in Crime and Deviancy. New York: Routledge.

Shanafelt, Robert and Nathan W. Pino. 2015. Rethinking Serial Murder, Spree Killing, and Atrocities: Beyond the Usual Distinctions. New York: Routledge.

Smith, Chad L. , Gregory Hooks, and Michael Lengefeld. 2014. “The War on Drugs in Colombia: The Environment, the Treadmill of Destruction and Risk-Transfer Militarism.” Journal of World-Systems Research 20(2): 182-203.

Smith, Chad L., Vince L. Lopes, and Frank Carrejo. 2011. “Recasting Paradigm Shift: ‘True’ Sustainability and Complex Systems.” Human Ecology Review 18(1): 67-74.

Trad, Megan, Gloria Martinez-Ramos, and Lawrence Estaville. 2012. “University Student Understanding of Cancer: Analysis of Age Groups,” Radiologic Science & Education 17(2): 29-36.

Villarreal, Koreena, David C. Wiley, Jeff Housman, and Gloria Martinez-Ramos. 2016. “Attitudes About Partner Communication Regarding Contraceptive Use Among Hispanic Male

College Students.” The Journal of American College Health. Accepted for publication doi/abs/10.1080/07448481.2015.1117467

Watt, Toni Terling. 2011. A Process and Outcome Evaluation of an Integrated Behavioral Health Program: El Buen Samaritano. Conducted for St. David’s Foundation. September.

Watt, Toni Terling. 2011. A Process and Outcome Evaluation of Two Pediatric Integrated  Behavioral Health Programs: Lone Star Circle of Care and People’s Community Clinic. Conducted for St. David’s Foundation. September.

Watt, Toni Terling and Lisa Kerber. 2011. Year-Three Evaluation of Two Integrated Behavioral Health Care Models: Fort Bend Family Health Center and Physicians at Sugar Creek, A Memorial Hermann Facility. Conducted for the George Foundation. October.

Watt, Toni Terling. 2012. Foster Care Alumni Creating Educational Success (FACES):

Evaluation Report. March. Submitted to the TG Public Benefit Grant Program.

Watt, Toni Terling. 2012. Foster Care Alumni Creating Educational Success (FACES):  Evaluation Report. December. Submitted to the TG Public Benefit Grant Program.

Watt, Toni Terling. 2012. “Alcohol Use and Cigarette Smoking During Pregnancy Among American Indians/Alaska Natives.” Journal of Ethnicity and Substance Abuse 11(3):262-275.

Watt, Toni Terling, Gloria Martinez-Ramos, and  Debarun Majumdar. 2012.

“Race/Ethnic, Acculturation, and Sex Differences in the Relationship between Parental Social Support and Children’s Overweight and Obesity.” Journal of Health Care for the Poor and Underserved 23(4): 1793-1805.

Watt, Toni Terling. 2013. Foster Care Alumni Creating Educational Success (FACES): Final

Evaluation Report. July. Submitted to the TG Public Benefit Grant Program.

Watt, Toni Terling and Colin Pierson. 2013. Integrated Behavioral Health Care Phase II: AccessHealth and Physicians at Sugar Creek, A Memorial Hermann Facility: Evaluation Report Year I. Submitted to the George Foundation. October.

Watt, Toni Terling, Christine Lynn Norton, and Courtney Jones. 2013. “Designing a Campus Support Program for Foster Care Alumni: Preliminary Evidence for a Strengths Framework.” Children and Youth Services Review 35:1408-1417

Watt, Toni Terling, Louis Appel, Kelley Roberts, and Bianca Flores. 2013. Sugar, Stress, and the Supplemental Nutrition Assistance Program: Early Child Obesity Risks Among a Clinic-Based Sample of Low-Income Hispanics. Journal of Community Health. 38: 513-520.

Watt, Toni Terling and Colin Pierson. 2014. Integrated Behavioral Health Care Phase II: AccessHealth and Physicians at Sugar Creek, A Memorial Hermann Facility: Evaluation Report Year 2. Submitted to the George Foundation. October.

Watt, Toni Terling and Colin Pierson. 2015. Integrated Behavioral Health Care Phase II: AccessHealth and Physicians at Sugar Creek, A Memorial Hermann Facility: Evaluation Report Year 3. Submitted to the George Foundation. October.

Watt, Toni,  Louis Appel, V. Lopez, Bianca Flores, and B. Lawhon. 2015. A Primary Care-Based Early Childhood Nutrition Intervention: Evaluation of a Pilot Program Serving Low-Income Hispanic Women, Published online in the Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities.

Williams, Christine and Patti Giuffre. 2011. “From Organizational Sexuality to Queer Organizations: Research on Homosexuality and the Workplace.” Sociology Compass 5(7): 551-563.

Wooten, Kevin C., Sara M. Dann, Celeste C. Finnerty, and Joseph A. Kotarba. 2014. “Translational Science Project Team Managers: Qualitative Insights and Implications from Current and Previous Postdoctoral Experiences.“ Journal of Postdoctoral Research 2(7):37-49.