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Program at a Glance

Thursday April 7, 2022

8:00 AM - 8:00 PM

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

10:00 AM - 10:00 PM

10:15 AM - 11:45 AM

12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

1:45 PM - 3:15 PM

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM

5:15 PM - 6:45 PM

6:45 PM - 8:30 PM

8:00 PM - 9:30 PM

Friday April 8, 2022

8:00 AM - 8:00 PM

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

10:00 AM - 10:00 PM

10:15 AM - 11:45 AM

12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

1:45 PM - 3:15 PM

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM

5:15 PM - 6:45 PM

7:00 PM - 8:00 PM

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

8:00 PM - 10:00 PM

Saturday April 9, 2022

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

10:00 AM - 10:00 PM

10:15 AM - 11:00 AM

10:15 AM - 11:45 AM

11:00 AM - 11:45 AM

12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

1:45 PM - 3:15 PM

3:30 PM - 4:15 PM

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM

4:15 PM - 5:00 PM

5:15 PM - 6:45 PM

5:15 PM - 8:00 PM

6:45 PM - 8:30 PM

7:00 PM - 8:30 PM

Sunday April 10, 2022

8:00 AM - 1:00 PM

8:30 AM - 10:00 AM

10:15 AM - 11:45 AM

12:00 PM - 1:30 PM

1:45 PM - 3:15 PM

3:30 PM - 5:00 PM

5:15 PM - 6:45 PM







PSA Program

1. Thursday PSA Lounge
Thursday | 8:00 am-8:00 pm | Falor
2. PSA Student Affairs Committee Meeting [Committee Meeting]
Thursday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | Clark: Table A
Discussants:
  • Ting Jiang, Metropolitan State University of Denver
  • Chris Hardnack, California State University San Marcos
  • Rana Abulbasal, Utah State University
  • Melvin Sen, CSU San Marcos
  • Mahindra Mohan Kumar, University of Oregon
  • Kyla Walters, Sonoma State University
3. PSA Committee on Rights, Liberties, and Social Justice Meeting [Committee Meeting]
Thursday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | Clark: Table B
Discussants:
  • Mehmet Soyer, Utah State University
  • Mary Robertson, Seattle University
  • Edelina Burciaga, University of Colorado Denver
  • Giselle Navarro-Cruz, Cal Poly Pomona
  • Elvia Ramirez, California State University Sacramento
4. PSA Awards Committee Meeting (closed) [Committee Meeting]
Thursday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | Durang
Discussants:
  • Suzel Bozada-Deas, Sonoma State University
  • Hernan Ramirez, College of the Canyons
  • Minjeong Kim, San Diego State University
  • Amy Lubitow, Portland State University
  • Chioun Lee, University of California at Riverside
  • Michael Cope, Brigham Young University
  • Patricia Drew, California State University East Bay
  • Benjamin Lewin, University of Puget Sound
  • Veronica Terriquez, University of California Los Angeles
  • Victoria Reyes, University of California Riverside
5. PSA Emeritus and Retired Sociologists Committee Meeting [Committee Meeting]
Thursday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | Schmidt
Discussants:
  • Laurel Hartley, Butte-Glenn Community College
  • Christine Bose, SUNY Albany & University of Washington
  • Charles Powers, Santa Clara University
  • Robert Parker, University of Nevada Las Vegas
  • Dean Dorn, California State University Sacramento
  • Kathy Kuipers, University of Montana
6. PSA Committee on Committees Meeting (closed) [Committee Meeting]
Thursday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | Williams: Table A
Discussants:
  • Sharon Elise, California State University San Marcos
  • Hyeyoung Woo, Portland State University
  • Heidy Sarabia, California State University Sacramento
  • Kristy Shih, California State University Long Beach
  • Lora Vess, University of Alaska Southeast
  • Jennifer Puentes, Eastern Oregon University
  • Daniel Olmos, California State University Northridge
  • Sarah Whitley, Washington State University
  • Manuel Barajas, California State University Sacramento
  • A. James McKeever, Pierce College
7. PSA Nominations Committee Meeting (closed) [Committee Meeting]
Thursday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | Williams: Table B
Discussants:
  • Wendy Ng, California State University East Bay
  • Kemi Balogun, University of Oregon
  • Brianne Davila, California State Polytechnic University Pomona
  • Sarita Gaytan, University of Utah
8. Thursday Breakfast and Coffee
Thursday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | 2nd Level Foyer
9. Thursday Prayer, Meditation, Lactation Space (Women)
Thursday | 10:00 am-10:00 pm | Durang
10. Thursday Prayer and Meditation Space
Thursday | 10:00 am-10:00 pm | Schmidt
11. Frontiers in Economic Sociology and Work [Research in Progress Session]
Thursday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | Tofanelli

Organizer: Rebecca S.K. Li, The College of New Jersey
Chair: Savannah Hunter, University of California, Davis
  • Development or Extraction? New Geographical Indications in Mexico......Clayton Szczech, University of Utah
  • Diversity in Tech: Analyzing the Mismatch Between Corporate Framing and Impact......Rana Abulbasal, Utah State University; Christy Glass, Utah State University
  • Coffee, Gender, and Display Work: The Pacific Northwest's Bikini Baristas......Sara Wozniak, University of Montana
  • Determining What Counts: Using Workers’ Compensation Data to Enumerate Workplace Illness......Savannah Hunter, University of California, Davis
  • Unproductive Feelings: Moral Meanings of Burnout in American Management Literature......Elyssa Fogleman, University of California Davis
12. STEM Education [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
Thursday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | Bataglieri

Organizer: Brianne Davila, California State Polytechnic University Pomona
Chair: Tanya Sanabria, California State University Los Angeles
  • Evaluation of Technology-Assisted Supplemental Instruction (TASI) on Underrepresented Minority Students Sense of Belonging......Faye Wachs, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona; Jessica Perez, California State Polytechnic University Pomona; Brooke Jones, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona; Deanna Miranda Barrios, California State University Fullerton; Harmony Nguyen, California State Polytechnic University Pomona
  • Gendered Responses to Failing Introductory Calculus: A Cohort Analysis......Tanya Sanabria, California State University Los Angeles; Eglys Rodriguez, California State University Los Angeles
  • Context Orientation and its Effect on Students' Sense of Belonging in STEM Higher Education......Machienvee V. Lammey, University of New Mexico; Lorissa Humble, University of Pittsburgh; Stephanie Arnett, New Mexico State University; Sandra Way, New Mexico State University
  • Elite Course Taking: It's Effect on Racial Disparities in STEM......Eglys Rodriguez, California State University Los Angeles
13. Migration and Marginalization: Deconstructing Narratives of Border Domination [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
Thursday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | Beavis

Organizers: Sarra Ben Ghorbal, California State University Los Angeles; Luis Sotillo, California State University Los Angeles;
Chair: Luis Sotillo, California State University Los Angeles
This panel seeks to challenge dominant narratives of border domination by elevating the voices of marginalized migrant communities in the U.S. Panelists will address various dimensions of this theme including the role of the political and the ecological instability in the South created and profited off by the north in creating a flux of refugees and migrants, the impact of gendered lending practices in Mexico and Central America in border enforcement as well migrant women experiences in the U.S, the marginalization of social reproduction experienced by migrant women especially in the aftermath of Covid19 outbreak, the intersectional experiences of Mulsim women immigrant integrating in the U.S society, and finally the experiences of Mexican immigrants during Trump’s presidency. Case studies emerge from diverse origins centering the voices of immigrants and migrants coming from Muslim majority countries, climate refugees from Honduras, Somalia, and the island of Nauru, and Mexican and Central American immigrants. By centering the voices and the experiences of these marginalized immigrant and migrant communities we aim to present a counter-narrative to the hegemonic mainstream discourse by focusing on the various ways these marginalized migrant communities regain agency through resistance and resilience.
  • Panelist: Climate Migration and the Militarization of Border Security......Luis Sotillo, California State University Los Angeles
  • Panelist: Analyzing Motivating Factors for Central American/Mexican Migrants in the United States......Jorge Valenzuela-Felix, California State University Los Angeles
  • Panelist: The Impact of Trump's Administration Laws and Policies on the Experiences of Mexican Immigrants in Los Angeles......Jessica Cobos, California State University Los Angeles
  • Panelist: Immigrant Women Perspectives Challenging Gender Roles during COVID-19 Pandemic......Marie Rivera, California State University Los Angeles
  • Panelist: Islam, Gender and Immigration: Elevating the Voices of the Underrepresented Muslim Women Immigrants in the U.S......Sarra Ben Ghorbal, California State University Los Angeles
Discussant:
  • Sarra Ben Ghorbal, California State University Los Angeles;
  • 14. The Enduring Politics of Whiteness and White Supremacy [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Thursday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | Bondi

    Organizer: Raul Perez, University of La Verne
    Chair: Leonard Henderson, Utah State University
    • The Whiteness of Water: Property, Power, and the White Hydraulic Society of the American West......Leonard Henderson, Utah State University
    • Tracking and Mapping White Supremacy in the Current Moment......Jennifer Eichstedt, Humboldt State University
    • White Political Consciousness in U.S. Politics: Authoritarian or Economic Populism?......Carl Stempel, California State University East Bay; Qais Alemi, Loma Linda University
    15. (Cancelled) Research Methods in the 21st Century: Challenges, Obstacles, and Innovations [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Thursday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | Camellia
    16. Transforming Urban Time and Space [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Thursday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | Campagno

    Organizer: Pepper Glass, Weber State University
    Chair: Claudia Lopez, California State University, Long Beach
    • Female Walkability in Flagstaff, AZ: An Outline......Mariana Guillermina Corona Alvidrez, Northern Arizona University
    • Buen Crédito, Buen Seguro: How Undocumented Latinx Immigrants Use Social Networks to Find Housing Opportunities in Los Angeles, California......Steven Schmidt, UC Irvine
    • Brokers of Waiting: Disciplining Urban Citizenship in a Crisis City.......Claudia Lopez, California State University, Long Beach
    17. Race, Class, and Gender I [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Thursday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | Carr

    Organizer: Kristy Shih, California State University Long Beach
    Chair: Jennifer Helgren, University of the Pacific
    • “The War on Poverty is being waged by Camp Fire Girls”: Camp Fire’s 1960s Metropolitan Critical Areas Project......Jennifer Helgren, University of the Pacific
    • Intersectional Mental Health Inequities among Transgender and Gender Questioning People of Color......Dianna Ratsamy, San Diego State University
    • A Critical Race and Indigenous Feminist Analysis of Walking With Our Sisters and Your Eyes, They Curve Around Me as Counter-Narratives on Law's Violence......Sanjida Salman, York University
    • Experiences of Low-Income Transwomen and Transwomen of Color and the Barriers They Navigate in California......Ernest Ortiz, California State University Long Beach
    18. The PSA Endowment Committee: Past, Present, and Future (sponsored by the Endowment Committee) [Panel with Presenters]
    Thursday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | Magnolia

    Organizers: Jose A. Munoz, California State University San Bernardino; Wendy Ng, California State University East Bay; Bobbi-Lee Smart, Cerritos College; Deidre Tyler, Salt Lake Community College; Ynez Wilson Hirst, St. Mary's College of California;
    Chair: Amy Orr, Linfield University
    The Endowment Committee asks for the creation of a special panel. The panelist will include founding members and other members to participated with some knowledge about the committee. The panel will speak to how the Endowment committee has evolved and future directions, projects, and other topics relevant to the association. Jose will not be presenting on the panel.
    Discussants:
    • Dean Dorn, California State University Sacramento
    • Wendy Ng, California State University East Bay
    • Amanda Shigihara, California State University Sacramento
    19. Mixed Topics: Teaching Sociology, International Faculty, Bullying in Academia, Sport, Theory [Paper Session]
    Thursday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | Bataglieri

    Organizer: Brianne Davila, California State Polytechnic University Pomona
    Chair: Sunghee Nam, California State University Channel Islands
    • Selective Acculturation and International Faculty......Sunghee Nam, California State University Channel Islands
    • Incivility and Bullying within Academia......Todd Migliaccio, Pennsylvania State University, Berks; Rachel Stark, California State University, Sacramento; Bita Rivas, California State University, Sacramento; Anthony Rivas, California State University, Sacramento
    • Married to the Sport Career: Mixed Signals in Retirement......Steven Ortiz, Oregon State University
    • Solcaplist or Capsolist? Teaching Social Economic Systems......Yongsheng Sun, Columbia Basin College
    • Toward Computational Literature Reviews: Automated Analysis of Organizational Scholarship with Deep Learning......Jaren Haber, Georgetown University; Heather Haveman, University of California Berkeley
    20. How the Pandemic, Technology and Politics Changed the Economy and Work [Paper Session]
    Thursday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | Tofanelli

    Organizer: Rebecca S.K. Li, The College of New Jersey
    Chair: Ryanne Pilgeram, University of Idaho
    • The Prospect of Fundamental Change Resulting from the Cryptocurrency Phenomenon in Future Societies......Mohammad Mahmoudi, hiifeat
    • Superstar Firms and the State: Amazon in the U.S. and France during the Covid-19 Pandemic......Priscilla Hernandez, University of Massachusetts Amherst
    • Whose Voices, Whose Stories? How California Title IX Officers Navigate Policy Flux in the Trump Era......Shelley Eriksen, California State University Long Beach
    21. Perception and Bias in Health Care: Personal & Institutional Contexts [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Thursday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | Beavis

    Organizer: Alicia Bonaparte, Pitzer College
    Chair: Sharon Davis, University of La Verne
    • “Each of them are swollen with power in a different way. And to different degrees”: Diagnosis, Power, and Intersectionality in the Context of Autoimmune Diseases......Kaitlin Yeomans, Portland State University
    • LGBTQ+ Self Perceived Health......Carly H, Portland State University
    • Association of Race and Sexual Orientation with Doctor Talk about HIV among Women and Men who Never Tested for HIV in the United States: National Survey of Family Growth, 2011–2019......Mudasir Mustafa, Utah State University
    • Every Breath You Take: The Management of COVID-19 as a Stigmatized Illness......Sharon Davis, University of La Verne; Stacey M. Haug, University of La Verne
    • Adjudicating Existence in Wrongful Birth and Life Cases: The Changing Sociolegal Landscape of Health and Reproduction Alongside Prenatal Genetic Technologies......Meghna Mukherjee, University of California Berkeley; Zaina Mahmoud, University of Exeter
    22. Undocumented Migration: Experiences and Responses [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Thursday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | Bondi

    Organizer: Katie Dingeman, California State University Los Angeles
    Chair: Blanca Ramirez, University of Southern California
    • University DACA and Undocumented Student Experience......Alex Castro Rodriguez, California State University Sacramento
    • Examining How Access to Loans Affects Mobility Amongst Central American and Mexican Migrants in the Los Angeles Area......Jorge Valenzuela-Felix, California State University Los Angeles
    • Examining Salvadorian’s Legal Attitudes Towards El Salvador and the United States’ Legal Systems After a U.S. Deportation......Blanca Ramirez, University of Southern California; Katie Dingeman, California State University Los Angeles
    23. Theorizing Capitalist Modernity [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Thursday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | Camellia

    Organizer: Reha Kadakal, California State University Channel Islands
    Chair: William Hayes, Gonzaga University
    • Theorizing the American Dream......Robert Hauhart, Saint Martin`s University
    • Surveillance Capitalism and the Dynamics of Abstraction: The Critical Theories of Postone, Smith and Giddens......Wai Kit Choi, California State University Los Angeles
    • The Return of Spontaneity: Classical Marxism and the Theory of Social Revolution......William Hayes, Gonzaga University
    • Cosmopolitanism as Social Performance......Hee Eun Kwon, University of California San Diego
    24. Social Movements I [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Thursday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | Campagno

    Organizer: Lisa Leitz, Chapman University
    Chair: Prisca Gayles, University of Nevada, Reno
    • Mobilization in Three Acts: Transnational Racialized Emotions and the Construction of an "Afro" Activist Identity in Argentina......Prisca Gayles, University of Nevada, Reno
    • Rise and Fall of Occupy Los Angeles......Louis Esparza, California State University Los Angeles
    • A 1973 Folk Concert in Kyо̄to – Discovering an Expanding Network of Japanese-Vietnamese Activism......Jason Alexander, University of Hawaii at Manoa
    • The Burying of the Oscar Grant Moment in Hegemonic Archives: Racial Regimes, Commissioned Intellectuals, and Regime Maintenance......César "che" Rodríguez, San Francisco State University
    • Securing Structures: How Organizational Styles Shape Activists’ Technology Choices......Kelsy Kretschmer, Oregon State University
    25. Black Sociology [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Thursday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | Magnolia

    Organizer: Lori Walkington, California State University San Marcos
    Chair: Celine Ayala, University of New Mexico
    • Aye! Let’s Link Up: A Statistical Analysis of Black Political Thought, Racial Progress, and Linked Fate in the United States......Dante Miller, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
    • Trauma, Mass Incarceration & Their Reconciliation......Amber Beasley, California State University Los Angeles
    • The Afro in Afrolatinidad: Afrolatinx Experiences of Blackness through a Afrolatinx Critical Theory of Race......Celine Ayala, University of New Mexico
    26. COVID-19 Latina/o Northern Arizona University Research Team Roundtable One [Workshop with Presenters]
    Thursday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | Gardenia

    Organizer: Dr. Jose G. Moreno, Northern Arizona University
    Chair: Dr. Jose G. Moreno, Northern Arizona University
    Since, the late 2019, the global have been impacted by the COVID-19 Pandemic. As a result, in spring 2021, under leadership of Dr. Jose G. Moreno, a team of Latina/o undergraduate and graduate researchers were organized to formulate the COVID-19 Latina/o Research Team within the Ethnic Studies Program and Sociology Department at Northern Arizona University. Roundtable One: will contextualize the challenges that COVID-19 Pandemic have among the various Latina/o populations and communities in the United States. Each roundtable presenters will engage within an interdisciplinary and mixed method approach to examine the various social, political, and health impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic within this population and community formation. For example, they will focus on the topics of anti-vaccine and mask wearing, the health of effects of Latina/o low-level hospital workers, and Latina/o student and youth mental health issues. Each roundtable presenter will showcase their preliminary research projects, which are a work-in-progress. Furthermore, the final goal of this roundtable is to seek professional feedback for each presenter to published a scholarly article. Roundtable Presenters Dr. Jose G. Moreno, Chair Lorena Duran Laila Puga Yesenia Carrillo Cruz Yessica Rodriguez
    Discussants:
    • Laila Puga, Nortern Arizona University
    • Yesenia Carrillo Cruz, Northern Arizona University
    • Yessica Salgado Rodriguez, Northern Arizona University
    27. Race, Ethnicity, and Education [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Thursday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | Bataglieri

    Organizer: Brianne Davila, California State Polytechnic University Pomona
    Chair: Jacqueline Brooks, California State University Sacramento
    • Black Canadians’ Collective Memory and Anti-Black Ableism in Education......Johanne Jean-Pierre, Ryerson University
    • Experiences of Black Males in Historically White Christian Higher Education......Mariah Poitier, San Francisco State University
    • Latinx Students and Barriers to Belonging in American Higher Education......Kea Saper, University of California San Diego
    • Why Ethnic Studies Matters in K - 12 Education: A Case for Reflective and Integrative Learning......Jacqueline Brooks, California State University Sacramento; Carolina Ayala, California State University Sacramento; Neydi Vargas, California State University Sacramento
    28. Social Determinants of Health: Institutional and Community Contributions [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Thursday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | Beavis

    Organizer: Alicia Bonaparte, Pitzer College
    Chair: Tanya Nieri, University of California Riverside
    • Is There a Culture of Health at University Events Serving Alcohol? The Case of One University......Tanya Nieri, University of California Riverside
    • "Can We Make Our Community Healthier?": Perceptions of Collective Efficacy for Community Health......Kyra Neill, Baylor University
    • Sleep Problems among Adolescents Exposed to Deadly Gun Violence in Their Neighborhoods......Amanda Aubel, University of California Davis; Xiaoya Zhang, University of California Davis; Shani Buggs, University of California Davis; Angela Bruns, Gonzaga University; Nicole Kravitz-Wirtz, University of California Davis
    • Community Gun Violence Exposure and Adolescent Substance Use......Angela Bruns, Gonzaga University; Amanda Aubel, University of California Davis; Xiaoya Zhang, University of California Davis; Shani Buggs, University of California Davis; Nicole Kravitz-Wirtz, University of California Davis
    29. Legacies of Colonialism and Racialization [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Thursday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | Bondi

    Organizer: Raul Perez, University of La Verne
    Chair: Minjeong Kim, San Diego State University
    • The Indigeneity of African Americans and the Globality of Racial Domination......Arthur Scarritt, Boise State University
    • Examining the Racialization Processes of Latinx Americans......Meralis Cordova, California State University Los Angeles
    • Pacific Islander Identity Formation as Decolonial (Re-)Existence......Sione Lister, University of Arizona
    • No Face, No Race? Racial Representation Among Voice Actors of Popular Animated Films......Minjeong Kim, San Diego State University; Rachelle Brunn-Bevel, Fairfield University
    30. Art, Culture, and Popular Culture [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Thursday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | Camellia

    Organizer: Linda Rillorta, Mt. San Antonio College
    Chair: Kjerstin Gruys, University of Nevada - Reno
    • "Good Fatties" and a Plus-Size Paradox: How Privileges Enjoyed by Some Plus Sized Fit Models Reveals Anti-Fat Bias in Ready-to-Wear Fashion Production......Kjerstin Gruys, University of Nevada - Reno
    • Child’s Play No More: Using an Intersectional Lens to Examine Barbie Dolls in the 21st Century......Marcia Hernandez, University of the Pacific
    • Examining Differences Between Rural and Urban Graffiti in Utah......Cameron Arnold, Portland State University
    • From Dust to Screens: Place Attachment and the Virtual Burning Man Event......Jaimee Nix, University of Nevada Las Vegas
    31. Indigenous Health Crises [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Thursday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | Campagno

    Organizer: Sandte Stanley, Washington State University
    Chair: Soma de Bourbon, San Jose State University
    • Passive Language and Violence Against Native Women......Soma de Bourbon, San Jose State University
    • Understanding Food Insecurity on the Navajo Nation......Jalisa Ingram, Northern Arizona University
    • Native Youth Advocacy and Activism during COVID-19: Findings from the Arizona Youth Identity Project......Angela Gonzales, Arizona State University; Lynette Hrabik, Arizona State University; Trudy Horsting, Arizona State University; Kyle Gresenz, Arizona State University
    32. The Politics of Reproduction [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Thursday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | Carr

    Organizer: Megan Carroll, California State University San Bernardino
    Chair: Meghna Mukherjee, University of California Berkeley
    • Hamstrung by Hardship: The Clinic's Role in Protecting Egg Donors’ Reproductive Labor in Kolkata, India......Meghna Mukherjee, University of California Berkeley
    • Something Just Tripped: Parental Aspirations and Procreative Triggers of Sexual Minority Adults......Nicholas Park, Gavilan College; Kathleen Slausin-Blevins, Old Dominion University
    • The Influence of Gender Identity on the Adoption of Coping Strategies during the COVID-19 Pandemic in Pakistan......Saeed Ahmad, Utah State University
    33. Policy and Punishment in Contested Communities [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Thursday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | Magnolia

    Organizer: Pepper Glass, Weber State University
    Chair: Melissa Barragan, California State Polytechnic University Pomona
    • “In prison, dead or gone": Black Displacement and Gun Violence in Richmond, California......Melissa Barragan, California State Polytechnic University Pomona
    • Reparations for Displacement? The Impact of Portland’s Community Preference Policy on Community Well-Being......Susan Halverson, Portland State University; Keisha Muia, Portland State University
    • Punishing Homeless – Punitive Approaches to Rehousing in the Era of COVID-19......Christopher Snyder, California State University Los Angeles
    34. Police Work and Police Violence [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Thursday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | Tofanelli

    Organizer: Josh Meisel, Humboldt State University
    Chair: Emily Asencio, Sonoma State University
    • Police Use of Force and Race, Birmingham 1961-1963......Jason Wollschleger, Whitworth University; Scarlet Smith, Whitworth University
    • Toward a Collective Memory of High-Profile Police Interactions: The Case of Laquan McDonald......Brandon Alston, Northwestern University
    • Watchman Style Policing or Community Policing: Which is More Prevalent in Sonoma County?......Emily Asencio, Sonoma State University; Max Almaraz, Sonoma State University; Helen Jiminez, Sonoma State University; Celine Rubalcava, Sonoma State University; Emily Vineyard-Morris, Sonoma State University
    • Increase Police Training? Differential Association in the Police Academy and Outcomes of Violence......Jordan Grasso, University of California Irvine; Kariar Al-Naiem, University of California Irvine
    35. COVID-19 Latina/o Northern Arizona University Research Team Roundtable Two [Workshop with Presenters]
    Thursday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | Gardenia

    Organizer: Dr. Jose G. Moreno, Northern Arizona University
    Chair: Dr. Jose G. Moreno, Northern Arizona University
    Since, the late 2019, the global have been impacted by the COVID-19 Pandemic. As a result, in spring 2021, under leadership of Dr. Jose G. Moreno, a team of Latina/o undergraduate and graduate researchers were organized to formulate the COVID-19 Latina/o Research Team within the Ethnic Studies Program and Sociology Department at Northern Arizona University. Roundtable Two: will examine the challenges that COVID-19 Pandemic have among the various Latina/o communities and populations in the United States. Each roundtable presenters will engage within an interdisciplinary and mixed method approach to examine the various social, political, and health effects of the COVID-19 Pandemic within this community and population formation. For instance, each presenter will focus on the topics of the current Latina/o migrants and border crisis, the social-economic and health care effects of Latina/o Urban domestic workers, social and health effects of rural essential farm workers, and Latina/o male mental health issues. Each roundtable presenter will present their preliminary research projects, which are a work-in-progress. Finally, the final outcome of this roundtable is to seek professional feedback for each presenter to published a scholarly article. Roundtable Presenters Dr. Jose G. Moreno, Chair Riley Hamilton Alexa Franco Sophia Zuniga Ricardo Calderon
    Discussants:
    • Riley Hamilton, Northern Arizona University
    • Alexa Franco, Northern Arizona University
    • Sophia Zuniga, Northern Arizona University
    • Ricardo Calderon, Northern Arizona University
    36. Presidential Session: Black Collective Memory [Paper Session]
    Thursday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | Magnolia

    Organizer: Sharon Elise, California State University San Marcos
    Chair: Sharon Elise, California State University San Marcos
    Critical reflections on Black collective memory engaging diasporic experiences. Authors interrogate white supremacy, war, colonialism, anti-Black racism, state and media manipulations as they impact Black collective memory, emphasizing how these are met with resistance.
    • The Hauntings of War: Embodied Memories of the Somali Civil War......Mohamed Abumaye, California State University San Marcos
    • "Desert Gypsies", "Warlords" and "Masters of Confusion": Pedagogies of Violence and Somali Resistance in Canada......M. Udbi Ali, York University
    • Sankofa and the Relevance of African Nova Scotians' Collective Memory in the Present for the Future......Johanne Jean-Pierre, Ryerson University
    • Bringing African Art Back Home: A Decolonial Move to Reclaiming African Cultural Heritage......Gloria Pindi, California State University San Marcos
    • Correcting Collective Amnesia: A Black Feminist Approach to Pop Criminology......Lori Walkington, California State University San Marcos
    Discussant:
  • Sharon Elise, California State University San Marcos;
  • 37. Persistence in Higher Education [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Thursday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | Bataglieri

    Organizer: Brianne Davila, California State Polytechnic University Pomona
    Chair: Jennifer Strangfeld, California State University Stanislaus
    • Accessing Resistance Capital: First-Generation Latina/o/x Students in Higher Education......Jennifer Strangfeld, California State University Stanislaus
    • The Impact of COVID-19 on First-Generation Students in Higher Education......Olivia Sanchez, California State University Los Angeles
    • The Uncertain Major Pathways of First Generation Students – The Implications of Differences by First Generation Status in Major Choices for Horizontal Stratification......Sarah Kyte, University of Arizona; Ned Tilbrook, Portland State University; Dara Shifrer, Portland State University; Don Oh, Portland State University
    • Reducing Transphobic Attitudes: A Cross-National Investigation of College Students in Japan and the United States......Kazusa Seko, Portland State University
    38. Refugees, Identity, and Memory [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Thursday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | Bondi

    Organizer: Katie Dingeman, California State University Los Angeles
    Chair: Shobha Hamal Gurung, Southern Utah University
    • Bhutanese Refugees: Nepali Diaspora and Transnational Lives......Shobha Hamal Gurung, Southern Utah University
    • What Does It Mean to be Afghan?: Diaspora Stories and Agency amidst Ongoing Wars......Saugher Nojan, San Jose State University
    • How the Memory of Vietnamese Refugees Shaped their Response to the Afghani Exodus......Long Bui, UC Irvine
    39. Bodies, Health, and Wellbeing [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Thursday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | Camellia

    Organizer: Amanda Shigihara, California State University Sacramento
    Chair: Amber McElvain, California State University Sacramento
    • Transgender Hurt and Healing: Non-suicidal Self-injury among Transgender and Gender Non-conforming Individuals......Ezra Cabrera, California State University Sacramento
    • A Qualitative Study of Pandemic Impacts on College Students’ Emotional States......Anaid Villa, California State University Los Angeles
    • An Analysis of Anti-sex Trafficking Content in Sacramento County, California......Cheryl Hogue, California State University Sacramento
    • Racial Disparities, COVID-19, and Vaccine Hesitancy: A Content Analysis of News Media......Amber McElvain, California State University Sacramento
    • The LGBT+ Community and Mental Health: A Quantitative Study......Iyvan Carrier, California State University Sacramento
    40. The Framing of Indigenous Discourse through Scholarship, Political Landscapes, and Mass Media [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Thursday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | Campagno

    Organizer: Sandte Stanley, Washington State University
    Chair: Elizabeth Redd, Idaho State University
    • Reversing the Gaze: Using Tribal Critical Race Theory and Indigenous Worldviews to Examine the Newspaper Framing of Climate Change and Indigenous Peoples......Gina McCrackin, Utah State University; Jennifer Givens, Utah State University; Breanne Litts, Utah State University; Marisela Martinez-Cola, Morehouse College
    • Acknowledging the Past, Reframing the Present: Narratives of Harm and Research in Native-University Collaborations......Elizabeth Redd, Idaho State University; Georgia Hart-Fredeluces, Idaho State University; Laticia Herkshan, Idaho State University; Morey Burnham, Idaho State University
    • Opposing Mythical Media Images and Mainstream Historical Narratives of Indigenous Lakota Indians as Savage and Warlike......Anthony Cortese, SMU
    41. Race, Class, and Gender II [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Thursday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | Carr

    Organizer: Kristy Shih, California State University Long Beach
    Chair: Amy Lubitow, Portland State University
    • Strategic Othering: From Witch Hunting to Settler Colonialism......Luis Sotillo, California State University Los Angeles
    • Uneven Mobilities and Cycling Inequalities in Portland, OR......Amy Lubitow, Portland State University
    • "There Will Be No Reconciliation": How Tensions in Colorblind Ideology Mainstream White Supremacy......Michael Kreiter, Boise State University
    • “I’m Part of the Dominant Group, so What do I Care?”: How Racism Erodes Higher Education......Arthur Scarritt, Boise State University; Kate Weis, Boise State University; Tara Dodd, Boise State University
    • Marginalized Art: Examining Graffiti from a Resistance Perspective......Alana Inlow, University of Denver
    42. (Cancelled) Context Matters: Violence, Substance Use, Graffiti, and Gambling [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Thursday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | Tofanelli
    43. Sociological Star Speakers Series: Challenging Myths of the Promised Life: Memories of Social Justice Struggles---Mary Romero (sponsored by the Emeritus and Retired Sociologists Committee) [Panel with Presenters]
    Thursday | 5:15 pm-6:45 pm | Magnolia

    Organizers: Christine Bose, SUNY Albany & University of Washington; Laurel Hartley, Butte-Glenn Community College;
    Chair: Christine Bose, SUNY Albany & University of Washington
    Over the decade, dominant themes in sociology depicting the social mobility and integration of women and men of color in the U.S. have perpetuated the myths of meritocracy, opportunity, and the American Dream. Conceptualizing various versions of assimilation, sociologists have devoted countless studies measuring and observing behaviors deemed as absorbing the ideas, beliefs, and traditions of whiteness and ways of living under capitalism. Conforming through assimilation is the path to the promised life in notions of the American Dream. In the process, memories are reconstructed to celebrate rugged individualism and claiming to have pulled oneself up by their boot’s straps. This reconstruction is an essential step in erasing memories of social justice struggles. This keynote address examines the reconstruction of the promised life and highlights the ways that marginalized groups are reclaiming their memories of social justice struggles and how sociologists can contribute to recovering our collective consciousness that can be instrumental in disrupting power and systematic inequality.
    Discussant:
  • Mary Romero, Arizona State University;
  • Welcome Reception
    Thursday | 6:45 pm-8:30 pm | Grand Nave Foyer
    44. Sociology in a Divided Democracy (2020 Dennis Downey Presidential Address & Panel/Discussion) [Panel with Presenters]
    Thursday | 8:00 pm-9:30 pm | Magnolia

    Organizer: Dennis Downey, California State University Channel Islands
    Chair: Shirley A. Jackson, Portland State University
    Polarization is a critical concern of our times, and a significant threat to many of the goals that sociology has traditionally sought. While popular analyses of American socio-political polarization have presented dire warnings (for example, of the “lure of authoritarianism” and the “death of democracy”) academic analyses have been more circumspect (highlighting complexities and debating whether polarization is an appropriate framework). The address begins by reviewing analyses of our contemporary divisions and argues that understanding its dynamics is critical for an effective sociology – and that a renewed focus on persuasion, with particular attention to distinct moral frameworks, is critical for a discipline that can contribute toward bending the arc of the moral universe toward justice. The presentation advocates for an emphasis on three strategic areas of our discipline: Social Movement research to reassess the role of suasion in social change; Rural Sociology to cultivate and harvest a deeper understanding of the grievances and hopes across the divide; and the interdisciplinary terrain of Cognitive/Political/Moral Psychology to integrate essential insights beyond the discipline about how to engage more effectively across the divide. Responses to the presentation will be made by experts from each of those fields – followed by a broader conversation about contemporary polarization and the possible roles of sociology in this context.
    Discussants:
    • Dennis Downey, California State University Channel Islands
    • Nella Van Dyke, University of California Merced
    • Jennifer Sherman, Washington State University
    • Rengin Firat, Korn Ferry Institute
    • Shirley A. Jackson, Portland State University
    Friday PSA Lounge
    Friday | 8:00 am-8:00 pm | Falor
    A place to relax, eat, chat, read, charge your devices.
    45. PSA Committee on Freedom of Research and Teaching Meeting [Committee Meeting]
    Friday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | Clark: Table A
    Discussants:
    • Allison Ford, Sonoma State University
    • Barbara Olave, CSU Stanislaus
    • Jennifer Strangfeld, California State University Stanislaus
    • Steph Landeros, UNLV
    • Levin Welch, University of California at Riverside
    • Beth Wilson, Utah State University
    • Matthew Grindal, University of Idaho
    • Richelle Swan, CSU San Marcos
    • M. Udbi Ali, York University
    46. PSA Endowment Committee Meeting [Committee Meeting]
    Friday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | Clark: Table B
    Discussants:
    • Deidre Tyler, Salt Lake Community College
    • Ynez Wilson Hirst, St. Mary's College of California
    • Jose A. Munoz, California State University San Bernardino
    • Bobbi-Lee Smart, Cerritos College
    • Steven Ortiz, Oregon State University
    • Rachel Soper, California State University Channel Islands
    47. PSA Committee on the Status of LGBTQIA+ Persons in Sociology Meeting [Committee Meeting]
    Friday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | Durang
    Discussants:
    • Paul Morgan, CSU Stanislaus
    • Elizabeth Bennett, Central New Mexico Community College
    • Katja Guenther, UC Riverside
    • Jordan Grasso, University of California Irvine
    • Chris Wakefield, University of Nevada Las Vegas
    48. PSA Committee on Practicing, Applied, and Clinical Sociology Meeting [Committee Meeting]
    Friday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | Gardenia
    Discussants:
    • Kyle Chapman, Oregon Institute of Technology
    • Orvic Ralph Pada, CSU Fullerton
    • Michael Chavez, Inland Empire Labor Council and Riversity City College
    • Barret Katuna, Sociologists for Women in Society
    • Robert Kettlitz, Hastings College
    • Mary Robertson, Seattle University
    49. PSA Committee on Teaching Meeting [Committee Meeting]
    Friday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | Schmidt
    Discussants:
    • Benjamin Lewin, University of Puget Sound
    • Tanya Nieri, University of California Riverside
    • Marisol Clark-Ibanez, California State University San Marcos
    • César "che" Rodríguez, San Francisco State University
    • Amy Lubitow, Portland State University
    • Jamie Palmer, Nevada State College
    50. PSA Publications Committee Meeting (closed) [Committee Meeting]
    Friday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | Williams
    Discussants:
    • Veronica Terriquez, University of California Los Angeles
    • Victoria Reyes, University of California Riverside
    • Susan Mannon, University of the Pacific
    • Shari Dworkin, UW Bothell
    • Lora Bristow, Pacific Sociological Association
    • Amy Orr, Linfield University
    • Bryan Sykes, UC Irvine
    • Black Hawk Hancock, DePaul University
    • Christine Bose, SUNY Albany & University of Washington
    • Karen Shrayer, SAGE Publishing
    • Miriam Abelson, Portland State University
    • Ranita Ray, University of New Mexico
    51. Using Student Learning Outcomes with DEI in Mind in Introductory Sociology [Workshop with Presenters]
    Friday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | Tofanelli

    Organizer: Eve Howard, The Center for Curriculum Redesign
    An exploration of the advantages (and possible disadvantages) of using Student Learning Outcomes (SLOs) in Introduction to Sociology, with a focus on the Framework for Information Literacy for Higher Education, Sociology. This workshop will be of interest to faculty who teach Introduction to Sociology, faculty interested in Student Learning Outcomes and SLO methodology, and faculty who would like to discuss DEI and course content.
    52. Friday Breakfast and Coffee
    Friday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | 2nd Level Foyer
    53. Friday Prayer, Meditation, Lactation Space (Women)
    Friday | 10:00 am-10:00 pm | Durang
    54. Friday Prayer and Meditation Space
    Friday | 10:00 am-10:00 pm | Schmidt
    55. Social Class and Education [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Friday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | Bataglieri

    Organizer: Brianne Davila, California State Polytechnic University Pomona
    Chair: Nelta Edwards, University of Alaska Anchorage
    • Fitting In and Standing Out: College Preparation Approaches of High-Achieving Students from Different Social Class Backgrounds......Yang Lor, University of California, Merced
    • Race, Class, Student Sucess and Covid......Nelta Edwards, University of Alaska Anchorage
    • Overworking College Students and the Stories They Tell......Sharon Paterson, Boise State University; Luis Armenta, Boise State University
    • In the Shadows of Higher Education: Housing Insecurities Among College Students......Laura Barreto, CSU Fullerton
    • Polished: Negotiating the Cost of Social Mobility in College......Melissa Osborne, Western Washington University
    56. Labor Movements and Unions [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Friday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | Beavis

    Organizer: Jason Struna, University of Puget Sound
    Chair: Jacqulyn Gabriel, Western Colorado University
    • Contextualizing the Modern Farmworker Justice Movement Through Gender and History......Riley Hamilton, Northern Arizona University
    • What Early American Sociology Omitted about Mexican Labor: Agency on the Railroads......Michael Calderon-Zaks, UC San Diego
    • Locked Out: The United Food and Commercial Workers (UFCW) – Grain Processing Corporation (GPC) Labor Dispute & Collective Memory......Jacqulyn Gabriel, Western Colorado University
    57. Experiences of Asian Americans [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Friday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | Bondi

    Organizer: Hyeyoung Woo, Portland State University
    Chair: Kristy Shih, California State University Long Beach
    • Major Discrimination and the Self-Rated Health of Asian Americans......James Davidson, California State University, Northridge
    • Using the Social Justice and Critical Race Feminist Frameworks to Interrogate the Model Minority Myth of Asian American Families......Kristy Shih, California State University Long Beach; Tzufen Chang, California State University Bakersfield
    • Are Asian Americans “Whiz Kids”?: A Systematic Review of Variations of Academic Achievement across Ecological Contexts in Asian American Children and Youth......Tzufen Chang, California State University Bakersfield; Kristy Shih, California State University Long Beach
    • The Model Minority Myth and The Mental Well-Being Of Academically Struggling Asian Americans......Jan Ballesteros, University of Nevada Las Vegas
    58. Research at the Intersection of Public Health and Sociology [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Friday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | Campagno

    Organizer: Sophie Nathenson, Oregon Institute of Technology
    Chair: Claudia Lopez, California State University, Long Beach
    • Recommendations for Comprehensive Sex Education Curriculum Development in Arkansas Using Key Concept 8.1 from the International Technical Guidance on Sexuality Education......Kenna Ellingson, Idaho State University
    • Child Welfare Social Workers’ Decision Fatigue and Feelings of Insecurity in the Age of Liability......Deo Mshigeni, California Baptist University; Moosgar Borieux, University of Massachussets (UMASS Global)
    • Community Gun Violence Exposure and Adolescent Mental Health and Behavioral Outcomes: Testing a Biomarker of Vulnerability......Xiaoya Zhang, University of California Davis; Nicole Kravitz-Wirtz, University of California Davis; Angela Bruns, Gonzaga University; Amanda Aubel, University of California Davis; Shani Buggs, University of California Davis
    • Using Walking to Build a Critical Community-Engaged Project: Collaborative Observations of Neighborhood Change in Long Beach.......Claudia Lopez, California State University, Long Beach; Kelliana Lim, California State University Long Beach; Kylee Khan, California State University Long Beach
    • Survivors of Violent Injury: Reconsidering the Experience of Hospitalization as a “Teachable Moment” for Violence Intervention......Nicole Kravitz-Wirtz, University of California Davis; Melissa Gosdin, University of California Davis; Ian Brown, University of California Davis; Christy Adams, University of California Davis; Esmeralda Huerta, UC Davis Health; Chevist Johnson, UC Davis Health; Nerisha Harris, UC Davis Health; Shani Buggs, University of California Davis
    59. Constructions of Gender in Science and Medicine [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Friday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | Carr

    Organizer: Marjukka Ollilainen, Weber State University
    Chair: Ennea Fairchild, University of Northern Colorado
    • The Co-Construction of Gender and Autism in Scientific Discourse......Emily Ruppel, University of California Berkeley; Zoe Anderson, University of California Berkeley; Alexandra Ward, University of California Berkeley
    • The Self-efficacy of Undergraduate Students in Geology Field Programs: A Case Study Analysis......Ennea Fairchild, University of Northern Colorado; Julie Sexton, University of Colorado Boulder; Harmony Newman, University of Northern Colorado; Krystal Hinerman, Lamar University; Eric Riggs, Humboldt State University; Jessica McKay, Texas A&M
    60. Decolonizing Classes and Class Materials (sponsored by Alpha Kappa Delta) [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Friday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | Magnolia

    Organizers: Brianne Davila, California State Polytechnic University Pomona; Sarah Whitley, Washington State University;
    Chair: Michel Estefan, University of California San Diego
    • Centering Indigenous Cosmologies in Environmental Sociology......Jimiliz Valiente-Neighbours, Point Loma Nazarene University
    • Southern Border Pedagogy......Stephanie Anckle, University of Nevada Las Vegas
    • Decolonizing the Syllabus: Practical Changes and Lessons Learned from a University Learning Community......Karma Rose Zavita, University of California Irvine; Brandon Golob, University of California Irvine
    • Mentoring Students With Marx......Michel Estefan, University of California San Diego
    • Engaging the Sociological Imagination through Children’s Book Writing......Jessica Kizer, Pitzer College
    61. Criminal Identity, Social Networks, and Desistance [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Friday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | Tofanelli

    Organizer: Josh Meisel, Humboldt State University
    Chair: Chris Wakefield, University of Nevada Las Vegas
    • Criminal Identity and Social Networks: Methods and Preliminary Findings......Cynthia Zhang, Independent Scholar; Loren Henderson, University of Maryland, Baltimore County; Rafia Mallick, Georgia State University; Kyra Neill, Baylor University
    • Centering Women's Experiences and Narratives within the Pathways to Desistance......Laura Murray, North Carolina State University
    • "It Was Terrible Violent Sometimes": Trauma Narratives in Narrative Criminology......Deirdre Caputo-Levine, Idaho State University
    • Sex Offender Adaptations to Long-Term Registration And Public Visibility: A Mixed Methods Interpretation......Chris Wakefield, University of Nevada Las Vegas
    62. Undergraduate Roundtable: Education I, sponsored by Alpha Kappa Delta (AKD) [Undergraduate Roundtable]
    Friday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | Gardenia: Table 1

    Organizer: Robert Kettlitz, Hastings College
    • Meal Plans, Dining Halls: The Intersection of Eating Disorders and College......Kendra Guttridge, Whitworth University
    • Community Without Place: The Effects of Distance Learning on a College Student Community......Julian Landau, Whitman College
    • Underfunded Schools and Its Impact on Students’ Education......Jordyn Patterson, Loyola Marymount University
    • Critical Thinking and Emancipatory Potentials......Carter Jones, Boise State University
    Discussant:
  • Amy Orr, Linfield University;
  • 63. Undergraduate Roundtable: Art, Culture, and Popular Culture, sponsored by Alpha Kappa Delta (AKD) [Undergraduate Roundtable]
    Friday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | Gardenia: Table 2

    Organizer: Robert Kettlitz, Hastings College
    • Women Who Refuse to Idle: The LA Motorcycle Scene......Michele Talley, California State University Dominguez Hills
    • How Korean Pop Music Affects the Self-Perception of Filipino Americans......Monalisa Laxa, University of California Davis
    • Spotify and the Democratization of Omnivorousness......Cassidy Nelson, Whitman College
    • ASMR: The Tingling Sensation......Alexis Parramore, California State University East Bay
    Discussant:
  • Benjamin Lewin, University of Puget Sound;
  • 64. Undergraduate Roundtable: Environmental Sociology, sponsored by Alpha Kappa Delta (AKD) [Undergraduate Roundtable]
    Friday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | Gardenia: Table 3

    Organizer: Robert Kettlitz, Hastings College
    • Envisioning a Sustainable Future of Burial: A Comparative Analysis of the Symbols, Meaning-making and Intentions behind Natural Cemeteries and Traditional, Lawn-park Cemeteries......Julia Hess, Whitman College
    • The Devil They Knew: Produced Ignorance and the Regrettable Substitution of GenX......Anna Allgeyer, Whitman College
    • Measuring the Correlation Between Poverty and Green Space Availability......Justyce Brant, Whitworth University
    • Perception of Environmental Pollution in One's Neighborhood......Christopher Alejandre, California State University East Bay
    • Hazardous Punishment: Analyzing the Environmental Risks of Prison Sites......Alejandra Wait, Whitman College
    Discussant:
  • Mehmet Soyer, Utah State University;
  • 65. Undergraduate Roundtable: Intimate Relationships, Families, and Reproductive Politics, sponsored by Alpha Kappa Delta (AKD) [Undergraduate Roundtable]
    Friday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | Gardenia: Table 4

    Organizer: Robert Kettlitz, Hastings College
    • Long-Acting Reversible Contraceptive (LARC) Use and Choice Making among College Students......Rachel Bauman, Gonzaga University
    • COVID Safe: Understanding the Shifts of Hookup Culture on College Campuses......Carly Young, University of California Santa Barbara
    • The Social Factors that Influences the Decline in Marriage for ages 18-40 Age, Education, and Socioeconomic Status......Arleth Ruiz, csu east bay
    • From Home Births to Designer Babies: A Qualitative Study on the Future of Birth and Family Building......Hannah Glover, Whitman College
    Discussant:
  • Patricia Drew, California State University East Bay;
  • 66. Belonging & Education [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Friday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | Bataglieri

    Organizer: Brianne Davila, California State Polytechnic University Pomona
    Chair: Jaren Haber, Georgetown University
    • Immigrant Age-At-Arrival, Social Capital, and College Enrollment......Irina Chukhray, University of California Davis
    • Emotionality and Graduate Students’ Experiences with Public Scholarship......Lizbeth De La Cruz Santana, University of California Davis; Alana Haynes Stein, University of California Davis
    • Stigma and Self-stigma Faced by Student Veterans in the College Setting......Kristen Discola, California State University Los Angeles
    • Digitizing Segregation: How Charter School Websites Signal Race- and Class-Specific Educational Ideologies......Jaren Haber, Georgetown University; Nick Camp, University of Michigan; Jae Yeon Kim, Johns Hopkins University
    67. Research at the Intersection of Race, Gender, and Community Health [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Friday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | Campagno

    Organizer: Sophie Nathenson, Oregon Institute of Technology
    Chair: Ethel Nicdao, California State University San Bernardino
    • The Application of Theory to Serve the Community: An Analysis of The People’s Program......Micah Rippon, California State University Los Angeles
    • Stockton: Sharing Our Stories, A Community-based Study on Masculinity and Mental Health......Ethel Nicdao, California State University San Bernardino; Ashley Pearl Pana, Little Manila Rising
    • Healing P.U.S.O. (Pilipinx Uplifting Self & Others): Filipinx Intergenerational Health & Wellness......Hannah Rhea Divino, San Jose State University; Ethel Nicdao, California State University San Bernardino; J. Abigail Saavedra, Arizona State University; Ashley Pearl Pana, Little Manila Rising
    • Disrupting the Planning Course: Youth of Color at the Forefront of Anti-Racist Present & Futures in Long Beach, California......Varisa Patraporn, California State University Long Beach; May Lin, California State University Long Beach
    • Longitudinal Experiences of Nonstandard Work Hours for Mothers: Differences by Race/Ethnicity and Education......Emily Searl, University of California Davis
    68. Trauma, Meaning-Making, and Prosocial Behavior [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Friday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | Carr

    Organizer: Amanda Shigihara, California State University Sacramento
    Chair: Debora Paterniti, Sonoma State University
    • Children of Holocaust Survivors: Multiple Aspects of Memory......Nurit Fischer-Shemer, University of the Pacific
    • Nepalese Bhutanese Refugees in the U.S.: Citizenship and Identity Negotiation......Nitika Sharma, Northern Arizona University
    • Exploring the Emotional Economy of Generosity......Debora Paterniti, Sonoma State University; Tania Arango-Rodriguez, Sonoma State University; Diana Zahn, Sonoma State University; Monica Toupin, Sonoma State University; Christiana Buyson, Sonoma State University; Michelle Fahnbulleh, Sonoma State University; Alayne' Taylor, Sonoma State University
    • The Black Church is Alive: Exploring Factors That Keep the Black Church Central to Black American Activism......Kiga Cole, California State University Sacramento
    • Skill Levels and Job Stability of Immigrant Workers against Working Place Discrimination......Dong Joon Park, University of Arizona
    69. Domestic Violence, Abuse, and Sex Crimes [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Friday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | Tofanelli

    Organizer: Josh Meisel, Humboldt State University
    Chair: Robert Parker, University of Nevada Las Vegas
    • The Dark Triad and General Strain Theory in Non-Psychotic Family Annihilators......Hayden Brame, University of Montana
    • Defining “Real Rape Victims” on Law & Order: SVU: The Portrayal of Victim Characteristics from the Traditional Rape Narrative......Gemini Creason-Parker, Texas A&M
    • Mis-Counting and Miscalculating Crime During Coronavirus Pandemic......Robert Parker, University of Nevada Las Vegas; Foster Kamanga, University of Nevada Las Vegas
    • Too Fragile to Be Believed: The Medicalization of Victim’s Pain in Sexual Violence in South Korea......Joohyun Park, University of California Berkeley
    • Disclosure Pathways Among Sexual Assault Survivors: An Exploration on the Survivors' Experiences of Informal and Formal Disclosures......Ashley Siler, Idaho State University
    70. Navigating Hostile Terrains: Implementing California Assembly Bill 1460 and the SJSU Ethnic Studies Collaborative [Panel with Presenters]
    Friday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | Bondi

    Organizers: Soma de Bourbon, San Jose State University; Christopher Cox, San Jose State University; Yvonne Kwan, San Jose State University;
    Chair: Yvonne Kwan, San Jose State University
    In August 2020, California Governor Gavin Newsom signed CA Assembly Bill 1460 into law. AB 1460 (2020) legislates an Ethnic Studies course graduation requirement in the California State University system. While CSU state-level administrators and SJSU administrators and the Academic Senate actively opposed AB 1460 before its passage, they were later charged to implement AB 1460. Despite having precarious positions at their university, co-panelists will discuss how they navigate and understand multiple layers of neoliberal university governance in the implementation of AB 1460. To combat neoliberalism within the academy, co-panelists center the voices and expertise of Ethnic Studies faculty. As a way to (re)commit and (re)invigorate the struggle for Ethnic Studies, despite its establishment over 50 years ago, this presentation will highlight academic activism and praxis on the grounds—in the battlefield of academia. While Ethnic Studies can be a liberatory space for students, community organizers, and its other practitioners, it has also been a space of contestation. Using storytelling and testimonios, Cox, de Bourbon and Kwan will share their autoethnography about building solidarity and coalitional networks across Ethnic Studies disciplines. In particular, they will address three main themes: (1) Challenges and promises in building solidarity despite differences in power and identity, (2) Strategies for interest convergence in working with but not for the dominant system, and (3) Directions for growth and possibility. Ethnic Studies poses a fundamental challenge to the dominant epistemological and methodological paradigms of traditional academic disciplines.
    • “Science Benefits Everyone”: Notes from a Pro-Science, Anti-Native, Hostile Campus Climate......Soma de Bourbon, San Jose State University
    • Precarious Futures: Coalition Alignments—Asian American Studies at SJSU......Yvonne Kwan, San Jose State University
    • The Neoliberal University: What Does Doing Ethnic Studies Mean?......Christopher Cox, San Jose State University
    71. Lessons Learned from 2020: How Faculty, Staff, and Administrators are Moving Forward (Doing Racial Justice Work in the Community, Academy, & Leadership Positions, Sponsored by Committee on the Status of Racial and Ethnic Minorities) [Panel with Presenters]
    Friday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | Magnolia

    Organizer: Marcia Hernandez, University of the Pacific
    Chair: Marcia Hernandez, University of the Pacific
    Panelists will talk about the challenges, successes, and unexpected events, as well as some of the important lessons they learned this past year that served as teachable, "magnified" moments. The panel will highlight what is new, transformative-- or remains the same-- in regard to the campus climate, workload, and expectations of students and colleagues after living with a global pandemic, a volatile election season, and renewed demands for racial justice as a priority in higher education.
    Discussants:
    • Celeste Atkins, University of Arizona
    • Alicia Bonaparte, Pitzer College
    • Margaret Hunter, University of California Berkeley
    • Annika Anderson, CSU San Bernardino
    72. Book Salon: Critical Mass: Understanding and Fixing Mass Shootings in the United States, by Dinur Blum and Christian Gonzalez Jaworski [Book Salon]
    Friday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | Camellia

    Organizer: Patricia Jennings, California State University East Bay
    Chair: Patricia Jennings, California State University East Bay
    Dinur Blum: Department of Sociology, CSU Los Angeles Julie Beck: Associate Professor, Sociology, CSU East Bay This book examines social patterns in 2,000 mass shootings in the United States between 2013 through 2020. While mass shootings are often described as psychological, the authors show that there are social factors that produce the anger needed to commit a mass shooting. These factors are fairly common and can be addressed to stem the anger earlier. The factors include chronic poverty, sudden unemployment, relationship problems, domestic violence, social isolation, and alcohol. Common social strains can metastasize and be lethally dangerous. By understanding the social factors, we can reduce the anger and frustration people feel that would drive them to killing others.
    Discussants:
    • Dinur Blum, California State University Los Angeles
    • Julie Beck, California State University East Bay
    • Amanda Aubel, University of California Davis
    73. Undergraduate Roundtable: Urban Sociology and Community Studies, sponsored by Alpha Kappa Delta (AKD) [Undergraduate Roundtable]
    Friday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | Gardenia: Table 1

    Organizer: Robert Kettlitz, Hastings College
    • Blockbusting in Washington D.C. Migration and Home Sale Patterns......Mark Rivas, University of California, Merced
    • How Has Gentrification Impacted Working Class Families in San Francisco Mission District?......Angela Amezcua, California State University East Bay
    Discussant:
  • Michael DeLand, Gonzaga University;
  • 74. Undergraduate Roundtable: Intimate Relationships, Families, and Reproductive Politics II, sponsored by Alpha Kappa Delta (AKD) [Undergraduate Roundtable]
    Friday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | Gardenia: Table 2

    Organizer: Robert Kettlitz, Hastings College
    • The Effect of Divorce in a Child’s Mental State......Hilary Aceves, California State University East Bay
    • Abortion Attitudes......Britney Luong, California State University East Bay
    • LGBTQ+ Discrimination: The Adoption and Foster Care Systems......Taylor Everitt, Abilene Christian University
    Discussant:
  • Anna Muraco, Loyola Marymount University;
  • 75. Undergraduate Poster Session I, sponsored by Alpha Kappa Delta (AKD) [Undergraduate Poster]
    Friday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | Grand Nave Foyer

    Organizer: Robert Kettlitz, Hastings College
    • “I have nothing to prove to you”: Gender Representation in The Marvel Cinematic Universe’s “Infinity Saga”......Alicea Alford, Gonzaga University
    • Morally Gray Males in Women Written YA Fantasy and Science Fiction Novels: The Obsession and Difference......Ariana Wilson, Gonzaga University
    • Effects of Online Learning on Learning......Ty Warner, Whitworth University
    • #witchtok: Public Perceptions of Non-Traditional Religion on Mainstream Social Media......Kayleigh Morse, Gonzaga University
    • Digital Disentanglement......Amber Ghosn, Gonzaga University
    • Stress Management in First Responders......Breanna Figone, Gonzaga University
    • An Analysis of the Andrew Cuomo Case: How Does the Media Portray Victims of Sexual Assault......Emilie Whitehouse, California State Polytechnic University Pomona; Melissa Barragan, California State Polytechnic University Pomona
    • The Effects of Socioeconomic Status, Family Influence, and Race on College Athletic Recruitment......Brighton Kinney, CSU East Bay
    • The Use of Trauma Informed Practices in Multnomah County’s Child Welfare System, As Told By Social Workers......Kendall Smith, University of Portland
    76. Studying Teachers [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Friday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | Bataglieri

    Organizer: Brianne Davila, California State Polytechnic University Pomona
    Chair: Stephanie Anckle, University of Nevada Las Vegas
    • Teacher Perceptions of ADHD and Student-Teacher Relationships......Ashley Metzger, University of California Merced
    • Applying Participatory Action Research Principles to the Teaching of Historically Underrepresented Groups in School Instruction......Stephanie Anckle, University of Nevada Las Vegas
    • Preparing for Precarity? Discussing the Future with High Schoolers......Mary Ippolito, University of Southern California
    • Exploring the Relationship between Teachers’ Perceptions of Student Misbehavior and their Pedagogical Rigor in Mexico and the United States......Hannah Sean Ellefritz, Portland State University
    77. Sport and Leisure [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Friday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | Beavis

    Organizer: A Travers, Simon Fraser University
    Chair: Michael DeLand, Gonzaga University
    • Dance Movement Therapy and Social Work: A Scoping Review......Sally Hageman, Idaho State University
    • "And one!": Additive Meaning in Pickup Basketball and Beyond......Michael DeLand, Gonzaga University
    • Association Between National Football League Career Length and Self-Reported Health Outcomes Among Former Players......Tim Cupery, California State University Fresno
    78. Racialized Emotions, Interactions, and Spaces [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Friday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | Bondi

    Organizer: Raul Perez, University of La Verne
    Chair: Uriel Serrano, University of California Santa Cruz
    • "Tensions Were High": Being Multiracial at a Predominantly White Christian University during the 2016 Election......Jimiliz Valiente-Neighbours, Point Loma Nazarene University
    • Racialized Emotions and The Carceral State......Uriel Serrano, University of California Santa Cruz
    • “Celebrating Fourth of July [makes me feel American] because I’m showing it externally”: Photovoice Study on Arizona Youth Identity and Symbolic Belonging......Kristina B. Vera-Phillips, Arizona State University; Brittany Romanello, Arizona State University
    • The Effects of Depression Stigma on Self-Reported Symptoms Between Racial Groups: An Experimental Survey......Megan LaMotte, University of Nevada - Reno; Nathan Prager, University of Nevada - Reno; Paul Devereux, University of Nevada - Reno; Marta Elliott, University of Nevada - Reno
    79. The Role of Emotion and Identity in Environmental Practices and Perceptions [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Friday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | Campagno

    Organizer: Laura Earles, Lewis-Clark State College
    Chair: Allison Ford, Sonoma State University
    • "There are Opinions I Keep to Myself": Women's Perceptions of Their Reproductive Struggles in an Oil and Gas Community......Gina McCrackin, Utah State University; Mehmet Soyer, Utah State University; Rachel Tom, Utah State University; Sebahattin Ziyanak, University of Texas
    • A Theory of Cultural Attachment: Narrative, Identity and Feeling in the Adoption of Environmental Practices......Allison Ford, Sonoma State University
    • A Better, Cleaner Energy Order for Whom, By Whom?......Nadia Smiecinska, University of California Davis
    • Understanding South Dakota Farmers' Adoption of Diversified Crop Rotation : An Examination of the Role of Sense of Place and Sense of Responsibility......Edem Avemegah, Utah State University
    • “A Natural Division Geographically, Topographically, and Emotionally”?: Historical Contention over Natural Resources in the State of Jefferson and its Effects on Collaborative Water Governance......Hannah Whitley, Penn State University
    80. Gender, Work, and Community [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Friday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | Carr

    Organizer: Marjukka Ollilainen, Weber State University
    Chair: Marie Rivera, California State University Los Angeles
    • 21st Century Sex Work: The Insights of Sex Workers in the Digital Age......Charles Myers, University of Colorado Denver; Candan Duran-Aydintug, University of Colorado Denver
    • BIPOC Women Entrepreneurs Navigating Through the COVID-19 Pandemic......Marie Rivera, California State University Los Angeles
    • Understanding the Gendered Wage Gap as it Applies to US Agriculture......Ryanne Pilgeram, University of Idaho
    81. Law and Policy Change [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Friday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | Tofanelli

    Organizer: Josh Meisel, Humboldt State University
    Chair: Shanell Sanchez, Southern Oregon University
    • The Power of Coded Racial Narratives: The Roots of Tort Reform, ADR, and Judicial Complicity......Mario Venegas, Sonoma State University; Tracy McCormack, The University of Texas at Austin
    • No Longer Double Faced: A Legal Analysis about Protecting Juveniles Exploited through Prostitution......Timothy Kauer, California State University Sacramento
    • The Importance of Stakeholder Buy-In for Successful Implementation of Pretrial Release Reform......Shanell Sanchez, Southern Oregon University
    • Cannabis Policy Liberalization and Political Discourse: A Critical Discourse Analysis......Nicholas Athey, University of La Verne; Gabriela Palafox, University of La Verne
    82. Surviving and Thriving in the Job Market as an Ethnic Studies and Interdisciplinary Scholar (Professional Development Workshop sponsored by the Committee on the Status of Racial and Ethnic Minorities) [Workshop with Presenters]
    Friday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | Magnolia

    Organizer: Marcia Hernandez, University of the Pacific
    Chair: Elvia Ramirez, California State University Sacramento
    This workshop will focus on job market strategies for people searching for positions in Ethnic Studies and Sociology departments with an interdisciplinary focus. The discussion will focus on the search process, how to position yourself as a strong candidate, and tips for the on-campus interview.
    Discussants:
    • Shirley A. Jackson, Portland State University
    • Kathy Yep, Pitzer College
    • Elvia Ramirez, California State University Sacramento
    83. Undergraduate Roundtable: Migration/Immigration/Population, sponsored by Alpha Kappa Delta (AKD) [Undergraduate Roundtable]
    Friday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | Gardenia: Table 1

    Organizer: Robert Kettlitz, Hastings College
    • How Has Covid-19 Impacted Mixed-status and DACAmented College Students and Their Families?......Roxana Perez Lima, California State University East Bay
    • How Do First Generation Latino Immigrants Build Their Right to Live in Walla Walla?......Christian Gachet, Whitman College
    • Insecure Lives: U.S. Citizen-Children......Ana Magdaleno, California State University Long Beach
    • Money, Values, and Time: How Latina Farmworkers Think about Motherhood......Daisy Santana, California State University San Marcos
    Discussant:
  • Paloma Villegas, California State University San Bernardino;
  • 84. Undergraduate Roundtable: Social Movements and Social Change, sponsored by Alpha Kappa Delta (AKD) [Undergraduate Roundtable]
    Friday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | Gardenia: Table 2

    Organizer: Robert Kettlitz, Hastings College
    • Burritos for the People: A Case Study of Anti-Racist Activism in Spokane, Washington......Emma Wood, Gonzaga University
    • COVID-19 Anti-Vaccination Movement: Media, Framing, & Stigma......Sophia Collins, Linfield University
    • The Political Economy of Racism: A Case of Corporate Commitments to Anti-Racism During the Upheavals of the 21st Century......Alexander Proksch, UCSB
    • Perception Recognition in Counter-Movement Messaging......Sjon Woodlyn, California State University Chico
    • Changes in Family Dynamics over the Covid Pandemic......Ana Hernandez, Vanguard University
    • The Arab Spring, Perception of Opportunity, and Organizational Capacities for LGBT+ Activists......Houla Chorfi, Whitman College
    Discussant:
  • Alana Inlow, University of Denver;
  • 85. Undergraduate Roundtable: Medical Sociology and Health I, sponsored by Alpha Kappa Delta (AKD) [Undergraduate Roundtable]
    Friday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | Gardenia: Table 3

    Organizer: Robert Kettlitz, Hastings College
    • The Experiences of Staff Members in Nursing Homes and Assisted Living Facilities During the Coronavirus Pandemic......Olivia Grob, Gonzaga University
    • Practitioners Perception’s of Access to Mental Health Treatment: How Does It Change Based off the System You Work in?......Sophie Elliott, Gonzaga University
    • The Effects of Social Media on Body Image......Rosa Zarate, California State University East Bay
    Discussant:
  • Sophie Nathenson, Oregon Institute of Technology;
  • 86. Undergraduate Poster Session II, sponsored by Alpha Kappa Delta (AKD) [Undergraduate Poster]
    Friday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | Grand Nave Foyer

    Organizer: Robert Kettlitz, Hastings College
    • Embodying Identity Through Modern Ball-Jointed Dolls (BJD)......Hannah Turner, University of Puget Sound
    • Culturally Relevant Teaching in the Community College Classroom......Lily Janey, University of California Berkeley
    • The Effect of a School’s Socio-Economic Status on Pedagogical Approaches and Collective Memory......Steve Verdugo, American River College; Mia Peralta, American River College; Ryal Strom, American River College; Ion Loghin, American River College; Athanasia Nguyen, American River College; Lish Miller, American River College
    • The Role of Student-Led Organizations in The Sense of Belonging of Low-Income Students of Color in Higher Education......Ariana Berumen, University of California Berkeley
    • Do Christian Power Dynamics Encourage Moral Certianty?......Courtney Brown, Gonzaga University
    • Women’s Centers in Higher Education: An Oral History of the UNR Women’s Resource Center Closure and Failed Reinstatements......Indigo Hinojos, University of Nevada - Reno
    • A Quantitative Text Analysis of New York Times Obituaries......Lucas Fowler, University of California Davis
    • Implications of Gendered Behaviors STEMing from the Classroom: How Participation and Homophily Demonstrate Gender Inequity......Robin Hardwick, Reed College
    • If Only They Could Stay Little Forever: How does a mother’s labor force involvement and the age of her child impact her subjective well-being?......Megan Lenard, University of Colorado Boulder
    • What the Experiences of Disabled Students During the Shift to Online Learning and Back Can Tell Us About the Role of Normalcy in Creating Disability......Jae Manion, University of California Berkeley
    • Escapist Fantasy: The Portrayal of Hawai’i Through the Lens of Consumerism and Advertising......Shannon Hussey, Linfield University
    • Understanding Communities of Color, COVID-19 Vaccination Concerns, and Vaccine Advertisement Strategies......Judith Chavez-Cardenas, Loyola Marymount University
    • Adult Children of Alcoholics and their Romantic Relationships: A Case of Stigma and Selfhood......Skyler Bryn Pemberton, University of California Berkeley
    • How the COVID-19 Pandemic Affected Education as an Institution, Through the Mindset and Perspective of Teachers......Alexandra Paez, University of California Santa Barbara
    87. Immigration, Racism, and Inequality [Research in Progress Session]
    Friday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | Bataglieri

    Organizer: Katie Dingeman, California State University Los Angeles
    Chair: Jose Collazo, California State Polytechnic University Pomona
    • Welcomed but not Embraced: Latin American immigrants' Perceptions of Italian Friendships......Jose Collazo, California State Polytechnic University Pomona; Itzel Reyes, Biola University
    • Democracies, Polities in Transition, and Refugees: The Struggle to be Generous......Min Ji Kim, University of California San Diego
    88. Climate-Related Risks and Disasters [Research in Progress Session]
    Friday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | Campagno

    Organizer: Laura Earles, Lewis-Clark State College
    Chair: Margaret Davis, University of Southern California
    • Voices of the Often Unheard: The Environmental Impacts of Catastrophic Wildfire Events on Individuals with Developmental Disabilities......Madison McKenzie, University of Montana
    • Conceptualizing Wildfire Risk: A Study of Grassroots Mutual Aid Projects in California's Wildfire Response......Margaret Davis, University of Southern California
    • The Societal Implications of Maralfalfa Cultivation as a Potential Solution to Drought in Northern Senegal......Robert Woodke, UC Davis; Amanda Crump, UC Davis
    89. Sexualities [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Friday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | Beavis

    Organizer: Megan Carroll, California State University San Bernardino
    Chair: Jeremy Thomas, Idaho State University
    • Knowledge and Attitude of Undergraduate Students towards the LGBTQI+ Community in the University of Cape Coast, Ghana......Prince Boahene, Northern Arizona University
    • Collective Trauma in Queer Communities......Maura Kelly, Portland State University; Amy Lubitow, Portland State University
    • Where Are the Lesbian Tourists?......Emma Bailey, University of Veracruz
    • Surviving the Sex Wars: Strategies for Negotiating Opposition to Positive Sexuality Research......Jeremy Thomas, Idaho State University; DJ Williams, Idaho State University
    90. Latinas, Memory, and Institutional Life [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Friday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | Bondi

    Organizer: Daniel Olmos, California State University Northridge
    Chair: Soraya Cardenas, Cascadia College
    • Raw Juventud......Soraya Cardenas, Cascadia College
    • Made in LA : How Working-Class Latinas Experience and Remember Girlhood......Michelle Parra, University of California Santa Cruz
    • Re(membering) Growing Up in El Rancho: Examining Latina Rural Girlhoods in California's Central Valley......Roxanna Villalobos, University of California Santa Cruz
    • World Heritage & White Ignorance: Tourism in Cuba & the Politics of Colonial Nostalgia......Jamie Palmer, Nevada State College
    91. Negotiating the Pandemic: Intersections of Lifecourse and Class (sponsored by the Committee on the Status of Women) [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Friday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | Camellia

    Organizer: Sojung Lim, Utah State University
    Chair: Hien Park, Vanguard University
    • Social Satisfaction for People with and without Disabilities During the COVID-19 Pandemic......Brent Chamberlain, Utah State University; Keunhyun Park, Utah State University; Teresa Larsen, Utah State University; Valerie Novack, Utah State University; Sam Johnson, Utah State University; Jefferson Sheen, Utah State University; Carlos Licon, Utah State University; Keith Christensen, Utah State University
    • Being “Essential” with Minimum Wages: The Experiences of the COVID-19 Restrictions Among Working Young Adults......Hien Park, Vanguard University
    • College Living and Learning Spaces and the Transition to Adulthood during COVID-19......Michelle Janning, Whitman College
    92. Roles, Statuses, and Interaction Order [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Friday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | Carr

    Organizer: Amanda Shigihara, California State University Sacramento
    Chair: David Melamed, The Ohio State University
    • Examining the Relationship between Conventional versus Idiosyncratic Role-Identity Meanings and Identity Commitment......Michael Carter, California State University Northridge; Jazmin Hernandez, California State University Northridge; Danielle Morales, California State University Northridge
    • Status Deconstruction Theory......David Melamed, The Ohio State University; Oneya Okuwobi, Rice University; Leanne Barry, The Ohio State University; Bradley Montgomery, Ohio State University
    • The Perceptions of Effective Crowd Management: Views of Chiefs of Police and Commanders in the Southwest Region of the United States.......Cornel Stemley, Grand Canyon University
    93. Persisting Issues in Japan [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Friday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | Tofanelli

    Organizer: Hyeyoung Woo, Portland State University
    • COVID-19 and its Consequences in Japan: An Exploratory Study with a Preliminary Analyses.......Yusuke Tsukada, University of Hawaii at Manoa
    • Families of Origin in the Lives of Adoptees in Meiji Era Japan......Charles Powers, Santa Clara University
    • Meritocracy and Perception of Inequality: The Case of Japan......Yusuke Tsukada, University of Hawaii at Manoa; Yuki Asahina, Hankuk University of Foreign Studies
    94. Presidential Session: Moving to the Dark Side: Why Colleges and Universities Need More Sociologists as Leaders and Administrators [Panel with Presenters]
    Friday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | Magnolia

    Organizer: Wendy Ng, California State University East Bay
    Chair: Wendy Ng, California State University East Bay
    An academic career as a sociologist can often go beyond teaching and research: It can involve a career of administrative leadership in a university or college. Sociologists are well-equipped with organizational and analytical tools of the discipline to become a part of higher education administration. Sociologists have an understanding and training that can facilitate greater dialogue, empathy, understanding of practices of diversity and inclusion that are essential in institutions today. This panel profiles sociologists currently working in higher education administration, as provosts, deans and associate deans, and vice presidents and how they made the move to “the dark side.”
    Discussants:
    • Brianne Davila, California State Polytechnic University Pomona
    • Dennis Downey, California State University Channel Islands
    • Kim Greer, California State University East Bay
    • Walt Jacobs, San Jose State University
    • Todd Migliaccio, Pennsylvania State University, Berks
    95. Grad Fair
    Friday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | Gardenia

    Organizer: Kristy Shih, California State University Long Beach
    Representatives from the following programs and organizations are scheduled to be there: MSW Program at University of the Pacific MS and PhD programs in Sociology, Utah State University MA in Applied Sociology, Northern Arizona University PhD program in Sociology, Washington State University MA in Public Sociology, Cal Poly Humboldt Association of Applied and Clinical Sociologists Sociologists for Women in Society Alpha Kappa Delta, the international sociology honor society
    96. Unfree: Migrant Domestic Workers in Arab States (Rhacel Salazar Parreñas; Sorokin Lecture, sponsored by the American Sociological Association) [Panel with Presenters]
    Friday | 5:15 pm-6:45 pm | Magnolia

    Organizer: Wendy Ng, California State University East Bay
    Chair: Wendy Ng, California State University East Bay
    BIO: Rhacel Salazar Parreñas is Professor of Sociology and Gender and Sexuality Studies at the University of Southern California. She writes on the labor and migration of women from the Philippines. Her latest book Unfree: Migrant Domestic Work in Arab States was published by Stanford University Press. In 2019, she was recognized with the Jessie Bernard Award by the American Sociological Association.
    Discussant:
  • Rhacel Salazar Parreñas, University of Southern California;
  • 97. Embodying Our Stories: Integrating Emergent Inclusive Performance into the Sociology Classroom
    Friday | 5:15 pm-6:45 pm | Beavis
    Creative expression is a birthright. Performance and movement in the classroom addresses kinesthetic learning styles and deepens the connection between the physical-social self and can be integrated into teaching pedagogy in sociology classes. Every living body can dance, make music, tell stories and share healing truths. In this workshop CSU East Bay Professor of Inclusive Performance Eric Kupers, along with members of the CSUEB Inclusive Interdisciplinary Ensemble and Dandelion Dancetheater will share radically inclusive approaches to community performance, inviting in each participant's unique journey through culture, ethnicity, disability/ability, gender, Spirit, and body identities. If you have ever been afraid to participate in dance, music, theater, or other creative expressions, and/or have ever wondered how the arts can advance healing and social justice work, then this workshop is for you. No previous experience necessary. Bring your full self to this inclusive arts inquiry!
    98. Presidential Address (Wendy Ng) and Awards Ceremony [Panel with Presenters]
    Friday | 7:00 pm-8:00 pm | Magnolia

    Organizer: Patricia Drew, California State University East Bay
    Chairs: Patricia Drew, California State University East Bay; Suzel Bozada-Deas, Sonoma State University; Minjeong Kim, San Diego State University; Hernan Ramirez, College of the Canyons; Amy Lubitow, Portland State University; Chioun Lee, University of California at Riverside; Michael Cope, Brigham Young University;
    2022 PSA awards will be presented, followed by President Wendy Ng's Address on the conference theme: “Telling Our Stories: Collective Memory and Narratives of Race, Gender, and Community Identity.” Her talk will focus on the questions that form the basis of our own sociological inquiries, personal and political, and how that extends to the larger spectrum of how sociologists must use historical memory as a point of departure for justice, action, and reparations. Wendy Ng is currently Dean of the College of Letters, Arts, and Social Sciences at CSU-East Bay.
    Discussant:
  • Wendy Ng, California State University East Bay;
  • Presidential Reception
    Friday | 8:00 pm-10:00 pm | Grand Nave Foyer
    Come celebrate President Wendy Ng! During the reception the CSU East Bay Inclusive Interdisciplinary Ensemble, Dandelion Dancetheater, and PSA conference participants will share an inclusive community performance: I am Here. I am Alive. The performance will weave together stories of identity, memory, ancestral gifts and burdens, and moments that have helped each participant understand their deeper senses of self. We will offer a collage of inclusive dance, theater, music, and community ritual that is intended as an example of what is possible in the intersections of Sociology and the Arts.
    99. PSA Committee on the Status of Racial and Ethnic Minorities Meeting [Committee Meeting]
    Saturday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | Clark
    Discussants:
    • Marcia Hernandez, University of the Pacific
    • Brianne Davila, California State Polytechnic University Pomona
    • Celeste Atkins, University of Arizona
    • Marisela Martinez-Cola, Morehouse College
    • Uriel Serrano, University of California Santa Cruz
    • Deidre Tyler, Salt Lake Community College
    100. PSA Membership Committee Meeting [Committee Meeting]
    Saturday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | Durang
    Discussants:
    • Kathy Kuipers, University of Montana
    • Matthew Grindal, University of Idaho
    • Cynthia Zhang, Independent Scholar
    • Mohamed Abumaye, California State University San Marcos
    • Laura Fitzwater Gonzales, Pacific Lutheran University
    • Dr. Jose G. Moreno, Northern Arizona University
    101. PSA Committee on Community Colleges Meeting [Committee Meeting]
    Saturday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | Schmidt
    Discussants:
    • Sharon Yee, Glendale Community College (AZ)
    • Anita Harker, Whatcom Community College
    • James Courage Singer, Salt Lake Community College
    • Reid Leamaster, Glendale Community College
    • Elizabeth Bennett, Central New Mexico Community College
    • Allison Hicks, Olympic College
    • Khayyam Qidwai, Madera Community College
    102. PSA Committee on the Status of Women Meeting [Committee Meeting]
    Saturday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | Williams
    Discussants:
    • Sojung Lim, Utah State University
    • Gabriele Ciciurkaite, Utah State University
    • Naghme Morlock, Gonzaga University
    • Megan Carroll, California State University San Bernardino
    • Soo-Yeon Yoon, Sonoma State University
    • Lori Walkington, California State University San Marcos
    Student Breakfast/Reception
    Saturday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | 2nd Level Foyer
    Breakfast, games, giveaways. Meet and eat in the 2nd level foyer, then go to Tofanelli for games.
    103. Saturday PSA Lounge
    Saturday | 8:30 am-10:00 am | Falor
    104. Saturday Prayer, Meditation, Lactation Space (Women)
    Saturday | 10:00 am-10:00 pm | Durang
    105. Saturday Prayer and Meditation Space
    Saturday | 10:00 am-10:00 pm | Schmidt
    106. Business Meeting
    Saturday | 10:15 am-11:00 am | Falor
    The PSA Business Meeting is a place for members to meet PSA leadership, learn more about PSA, and ask questions or bring resolutions.
    107. Social Contexts of Education [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Saturday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | Bataglieri

    Organizer: Brianne Davila, California State Polytechnic University Pomona
    Chair: Lydia Huerta, University of Nevada - Reno
    • The Business of Diversity: The Fiscal Crisis of the State and Its Impact on Hispanic-Serving Instituions in California Higher Education......David Ortuno, University of the Pacific
    • Enacting Cultures of Sustainability Within and Across University Campuses......Gabriela Gavrila, Stanford University
    • Educational Carcerality: Towards Contested Carceral Geographies and Abolitionisms in Schools......Brian Cabral, Stanford University
    • Reclaiming Women’s Herstories: What Happened to Women’s Centers in Higher Education?......Lydia Huerta, University of Nevada - Reno; Jamie Palmer, Nevada State College; Indigo Hinojos, University of Nevada - Reno
    • Underrepresented Students' Navigation of Higher Education: Transforming Social and Cultural Capital......Houa Vang, University of California Merced
    108. Families and Intimate Relationships [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Saturday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | Beavis

    Organizer: Megan Carroll, California State University San Bernardino
    Chair: Torisha Khonach, University of Nevada Las Vegas
    • Fit Parents: Mapping Neoliberalism onto the Parenting Body......Torisha Khonach, University of Nevada Las Vegas
    • A Qualitative Analysis of Putting the Children First During Transition Days in Blended Families......Charity Perry, California State University Los Angeles; Richard Fraser, California State University Los Angeles
    • "I want my damn mom back!": The Lived Experiences of the Family Members of QAnon Affiliated Individuals......Jacob Harris, Idaho State University
    • Tackling Intimate Partner Violence during the COVID-19 Lockdowns: A Qualitative Analysis of the Academic Literature and Popular Media......Keni Ramirez, University of Colorado Denver; Candan Duran-Aydintug, University of Colorado Denver
    109. Identity Theory, Work, and Construction [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Saturday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | Carr

    Organizer: Amanda Shigihara, California State University Sacramento
    Chair: Carol Thompson, Texas Christian University
    • Drinker Identity Achievement: A Case of Unintentionality......Colter Uscola, University of British Columbia
    • Examining Empathy in Narratives of Caring for Other-than-Human Animals......Carol Thompson, Texas Christian University
    110. Politics, the State, and Military I [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Saturday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | Tofanelli

    Organizer: Raphi Rechitsky, National University
    Chair: Daniel Thorburn, National University
    • Helluva Deal: Japanese Incarceration and the Social Welfare State......Michihiro Sugata, Humboldt State University
    • The Death of Victoria Salazar: Neoliberal Crisis and The Ruse of Transnational Security Threats......Steven Osuna, California State University Long Beach
    • Deconstructing the Foundational Genocides of the United States and Turkey: Is Genocide Essential for Capital Accumulation and the Formation of the Modern Nation-State?......Tugrul Ilter, Retired
    • The Noble Bourgeois of Bordeaux: The Enduring Power of a Regional Ruling Class......Daniel Thorburn, National University
    • Confronting Interdependence: American Foreign Policy and the Advent of Globalization......Ori Tamir, University of California Davis
    • Direct Democracy and Marijuana Legalization......Burrel Vann, San Diego State University
    111. Modern Slavery in California Agriculture (Doing Racial Justice Work in the Community, Academy, & Leadership Positions, sponsored by the Committee on the Status of Racial and Ethnic Minorities, Education, etc.) [Panel with Presenters]
    Saturday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | Bondi

    Organizer: Manuel Barajas, California State University Sacramento
    Chair: Manuel Barajas, California State University Sacramento
    The San Joaquin Valley feeds the nation producing 2/3 of fruits and 1/3 of the vegetables for the nation, but remains among the poorest regions in the country. Many racialized ethnicities have historically been incorporated as exploitable labor into this region but some remain at the margins to this day. Grounded in lived experience and/or long-time organizing with farm working communities, the panelists provide insights and understandings that illuminate the expressions of modern slavery in California Agriculture. An objective of this panel is to advance understanding, equity, and dignity to the essential workers in the fields of the most affluent state in the nation and 5th largest economy in the world.
    Discussants:
    • Ann Aurelia Lopez, Center for Farmworker Families
    • Irene de Barraicua, Lideres Campesinas (Organizacion de Lideres Campesinas en California, Inc.) [Farmworking Women Leaders]
    • Luis Magaña, Organizacion de Trabajadores Agricolas de California (OTAC) [Organization of Farmworkers in California]
    • Eduardo Lievanos, University of Colorado Boulder
    112. Reclaiming Communities’ Construction of Collective Memory & Place: Whose Story Counts? [Panel with Presenters]
    Saturday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | Campagno

    Organizer: Sheila Lakshmi Steinberg, University of Massachusetts Global
    Chair: Sheila Lakshmi Steinberg, University of Massachusetts Global
    Storytelling has always been a tool of resistance. A story may contain multiple threads and narratives highlighting sometimes conflicting values to different groups. This panel addresses the power of collective memory in shaping community narratives. Here we highlight the role of place as tied to community narrative, local storytelling and resistance. We ask, why are some narratives embraced over others? Whose stories are valued for a particular group or place? How are those stories told? A group’s identity, value and culture appear in the stories that are shared. This ultimately becomes part of that group’s overarching narrative and ideology. We explore specific case studies of the roles of collective memory and remembering in the construction of community narratives. We discuss how certain narratives become dominant and highlight patterns of inequality and power imbalances.
    • Panelist......Lata Murti, University of Massachusetts Global
    • Panelist......Maral Attallah, Humboldt State University
    • Panelist......Sheila Lakshmi Steinberg, University of Massachusetts Global
    113. Book Salon: Gentrification in the Rural West--Pushed Out: Contested Development & Rural Gentrification, by Ryanne Pilgeram, and Dividing Paradise: Rural Inequality and the Diminishing American Dream, by Jennifer Sherman [Book Salon]
    Saturday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | Camellia

    Organizer: Patricia Jennings, California State University East Bay
    Chair: Patricia Jennings, California State University East Bay
    Ryanne Pilgeram: Associate Professor, Department of Culture, Society, and Justice, University of Idaho Jennifer Sherman: Professor of Sociology, Washington State University, and Vice President, Rural Sociological Society Dennis Downey: Professor, Sociology, and Interim Associate Vice President for Academic Programs and Continuous Improvement, CSU Channel Islands Pushed Out: Contested Development and Rural Gentrification in the US West (by Ryanne Pilgeram) What happens to rural communities when their traditional economic base collapses? When new money comes in, who gets left behind? Pushed Out offers a rich portrait of Dover, Idaho, whose transformation from “thriving timber mill town” to “economically depressed small town” to “trendy second-home location” over the past four decades embodies the story and challenges of many other rural communities. Sociologist Ryanne Pilgeram explores the structural forces driving rural gentrification and examines how social and environmental inequality are written onto these landscapes. Based on in-depth interviews and archival data, she grounds this highly readable ethnography in a long view of the region that takes account of geological history, settler colonialism, and histories of power and exploitation within capitalism. Pilgeram’s analysis reveals the processes and mechanisms that make such communities vulnerable to gentrification and points the way to a radical justice that prioritizes the economic, social, and environmental sustainability necessary to restore these communities. Dividing Paradise: Rural Inequality and the Diminishing American Dream, by Jennifer Sherman Late-stage capitalism is trying to remake rural America in its own image, and the resistance is telling. Small-town economies that have traditionally been based on logging, mining, farming, and ranching now increasingly rely on tourism, second-home ownership, and retirement migration. In Dividing Paradise, Jennifer Sherman tells the story of Paradise Valley, Washington, a rural community where amenity-driven economic growth has resulted in a new social landscape of inequality and privilege, with deep fault lines between old-timers and newcomers. In this complicated cultural reality, "class blindness" allows privileged newcomers to ignore or justify their impact on these towns, papering over the sentiments of anger, loss, and disempowerment of longtime locals. Based on in-depth interviews with individuals on both sides of the divide, this book explores the causes and repercussions of the stark inequity that has become commonplace across the United States. It exposes the mechanisms by which inequality flourishes and by which Americans have come to believe that disparity is acceptable and deserved. Sherman, who is known for her work on rural America, presents here a powerful case study of the ever-growing tensions between those who can and those who cannot achieve their visions of the American dream.
    Discussants:
    • Ryanne Pilgeram, University of Idaho
    • Jennifer Sherman, Washington State University
    • Susan Mannon, University of the Pacific
    • Dennis Downey, California State University Channel Islands
    114. Book Salon: The Souls of White Jokes: How Racist Humor Fuels White Supremacy, by Raul Perez [Book Salon]
    Saturday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | Magnolia

    Organizer: Patricia Jennings, California State University East Bay
    Chair: Patricia Jennings, California State University East Bay
    A rigorous study of the social meaning and consequences of racist humor, and a damning argument for when the joke is not just a joke. Having a "good" sense of humor generally means being able to take a joke without getting offended—laughing even at a taboo thought or at another's expense. The insinuation is that laughter eases social tension and creates solidarity in an overly politicized social world. But do the stakes change when the jokes are racist? In The Souls of White Jokes Raúl Pérez argues that we must genuinely confront this unsettling question in order to fully understand the persistence of anti-black racism and white supremacy in American society today. W.E.B. Du Bois's prescient essay "The Souls of White Folk" was one of the first to theorize whiteness as a social and political construct based on a feeling of superiority over racialized others—a kind of racial contempt. Pérez extends this theory to the study of humor, connecting theories of racial formation to parallel ideas about humor stemming from laughter at another's misfortune. Critically synthesizing scholarship on race, humor, and emotions, he uncovers a key function of humor as a tool for producing racial alienation, dehumanization, exclusion, and even violence. Pérez tracks this use of humor from blackface minstrelsy to contemporary contexts, including police culture, politics, and far-right extremists. Rather than being harmless fun, this humor plays a central role in reinforcing and mobilizing racist ideology and power under the guise of amusement. The Souls of White Jokes exposes this malicious side of humor, while also revealing a new facet of racism today. Though it can be comforting to imagine racism as coming from racial hatred and anger, the terrifying reality is that it is tied up in seemingly benign, even joyful, everyday interactions as well— and for racism to be eradicated we must face this truth. About the author: Raúl Pérez is Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of La Verne. His work has been published in American Behavioral Scientist, Discourse and Society, Ethnicities, and Sociological Perspectives, and featured in Time, The Grio, Latino Rebels, and Zócalo Public Square.
    Discussants:
    • Raul Perez, University of La Verne
    • Jennifer Eichstedt, Humboldt State University
    • Prisca Gayles, University of Nevada, Reno
    115. Undergraduate Roundtable: Crime, Law, and Deviance, sponsored by Alpha Kappa Delta (AKD) [Undergraduate Roundtable]
    Saturday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | Gardenia: Table 1

    Organizer: Robert Kettlitz, Hastings College
    • Prosecutorial Decision-Making and Discretion in America's Criminal Justice System......Victoria Komsky, University of Colorado Boulder
    • Where's The Punishment? How Higher Education Incarcerates the Formerly Incarcerated......Kathryn Russell, Boise State University
    • Chasing The Alt-Right: Communication Methods and Rhetoric of the Proud Boys......Austin Thompson, University of Portland
    • Trippin' Out or Stayin' In: An Examination on the College Students Choice to or Not to Do Drugs......Kira Dean, Gonzaga University
    • The Drug Abuse Crisis: A Comparison of American Criminalization and Portuguese Treatment......Emily Van Dyke, Abilene Christian University
    Discussant:
  • Laura Murray, North Carolina State University;
  • 116. Undergraduate Roundtable: Applied, Public Sociology, and Community Research, sponsored by Alpha Kappa Delta (AKD) [Undergraduate Roundtable]
    Saturday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | Gardenia: Table 2

    Organizer: Robert Kettlitz, Hastings College
    • To Love Through The Bars......Tonatiuh Beltran, University of California Berkeley
    • Perception of the Police by Residents of the City of Santa Ana......Roxzel Soto Tellez, California State University Chico
    • Tracking in Public Education......Emma Toussenel, University of Colorado Boulder
    Discussant:
  • Steve Steele, Anne Arundel College;
  • 117. Undergraduate Roundtable: Gender, sponsored by Alpha Kappa Delta (AKD) [Undergraduate Roundtable]
    Saturday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | Gardenia: Table 3

    Organizer: Robert Kettlitz, Hastings College
    • Institutional Grooming: How the neoliberal university normalizes GBV......Elizabeth Berendts, Boise State University
    • You Are What I Think You Eat: Female Appetites and Self-Branding on Instagram......McKenna Williams, Whitman College
    • Gender Identity and Homeschooling......Naomi Williams, Whitworth University
    • Period Parity and Access to Free Menstrual Product Among College Students......Ash Johnson, University of Anchorage Alaska
    • Societal Factors Discouraging Young Women From Giving Birth......Anissa Olona, Gonzaga University
    • Missing and Murdered Indigenous Women......Mahala Sutherland, Southern Utah University
    Discussant:
  • Patricia Drew, California State University East Bay;
  • 118. Undergraduate Roundtable: Sociology of Religion, sponsored by Alpha Kappa Delta (AKD) [Undergraduate Roundtable]
    Saturday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | Gardenia: Table 4

    Organizer: Robert Kettlitz, Hastings College
    • A Congregational Study of Interaction Ritual Chains: How Bodily Co-Presence Impacts Interaction......Mary Gerhardstein, Whitworth University
    • The Impact of Restricted Gatherings on Religious Need and Ritual Participation under COVID-19 in Nanjing, China......Zikang Hou, University of Southern California
    • Liturgy, Leisure, and Love: Managing Leisure Constraints in Christian Communities......Alison Luck, Whitman College
    • How America’s Ideals of Christian Nationalism Perpetuate Xenophobia: A Survey of Social Theories......Amelia Little, Abilene Christian University
    • Faith or Falsehoods: Christianity’s Influence on Sex Education......Maya Pillon, Linfield University
    Discussant:
  • Erick Berrelleza, Santa Clara University;
  • 119. Assessing Educational Interventions [Research in Progress Session]
    Saturday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | Bataglieri

    Organizer: Brianne Davila, California State Polytechnic University Pomona
    Chair: Mary Danico, California State Polytechnic University Pomona
    • The Impact of Undergraduate Research, Scholarship, Creative Activities & Service Learning on the Educational Achievement of Low-Income Latinx Students......Daisy Gomez-Fuentes, San Diego State University; Norah Shultz, San Diego State University
    • Hyflex: Perceptions of a Novel Instructional Mode from Faculty and Students......Faye Wachs, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona; juliana Fuqua, California State Polytechnic University Pomona; Jessica Perez, California State Polytechnic University Pomona; Paul Nissenson, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona; jonathan Aguilar, California State Polytechnic University Pomona; Harmony Nguyen, California State Polytechnic University Pomona; Brooke Jones, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona; Chenna Hu, California State Polytechnic University Pomona; Talia Fernandez, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
    • Using HIPs to Study HIPs: Critical Approaches to Student Success Assessment......Christie Nolasco, California State University Long Beach; Kateri Avila, California State University Long Beach; Claudia Lopez, California State University, Long Beach
    • Does Participation in Extra-Curricular School Activities Prevent Bullying Victimization? A Dueling Theory Approach......Sarah Liftawi, Idaho State University
    • Mentoring for Success: The Lasting Impact of Being a Peer Mentor for Minoritized Students......Mary Danico, California State Polytechnic University Pomona; Victoria Torres, California State Polytechnic University Pomona; Talia Fernandez, California State Polytechnic University, Pomona
    120. Presidential Session: Featured Speaker:"We Hereby Refuse: Japanese American Resistance to Wartime Incarceration" Frank Abe, Journalist and Documentary Filmmaker [Paper Session]
    Saturday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | Magnolia

    Organizer: Wendy Ng, California State University East Bay
    Reconstructing and reframing the collective narrative of Japanese American Incarceration: Graphic novels open the door to alternative narratives from hitherto-marginalized communities, while engaging reader empathy. Lead author Frank Abe will present the text and artwork of We Hereby Refuse, and show how they work together to subvert the prevailing victim narratives of shikataganai (passive compliance with wartime incarceration), and go for broke (patriotic self-sacrifice to prove their loyalty). He will show how the work reframes the epic narrative of wartime incarceration through a rigorous examination of how incarcerees responded to the U.S government’s use of such legal and administrative tools as loyalty questionnaires, false constructions of loyalty and disloyalty, segregation based upon answers to those questionnaires, repatriation, resegregation, denationalization, and renunciation of U.S. citizenship. These actions created divisions among the incarcerees that persist within the Japanese American community to this day. Frank Abe has worked over four decades to reclaim and recover the story of wartime incarceration. He helped create the Days of Remembrance that kick-started the popular campaign for governmental apology and redress. He produced a film for PBS on the largest organized resistance to incarceration, Conscience and the Constitution. His biography of novelist John Okada uncovered the story behind the landmark novel No-No Boy and won an American Book Award. His new graphic novel, We Hereby Refuse: Japanese American Resistance to Wartime Incarceration, is based upon painstaking historical research and reconstruction.
    Discussant:
  • Frank Abe, Journalist & Documentary Filmmaker;
  • 121. Sociology of Science and Technology [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Saturday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | Beavis

    Organizer: Taylor Cruz, California State University Fullerton
    Chair: Jessica Ramos, University of Southern California
    • Out of the Shadows: A Case Study on Oakland, California Resistance Against Technologies......Jessica Ramos, University of Southern California
    • Strategic Subjects and Risk Mitigation: Predictive Policing in Cook County, Illinois......Elliot Ramo, University of Arizona
    • The Impact of High School STEM Experiences on College Engineering and Scientific Identity......Analyssa Martinez, New Mexico State University; Stephanie Arnett, New Mexico State University; Sandra Way, New Mexico State University
    • The Limited Use of ICT Solutions for Peripheral Inaccessibilities Faced by People with Disabilities in Myanmar......Dilshan Fernando, University of Guelph
    122. Latinxs Negotiating Subordinate Inclusion [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Saturday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | Bondi

    Organizer: Daniel Olmos, California State University Northridge
    Chair: Manuel Barajas, California State University Sacramento
    • “Chicanx Faculty’s Alienation in a HSI University: Grounding Voices in Historical and Systemic Oppression”......Manuel Barajas, California State University Sacramento
    • Racial Investments: Theorizing Disparate Meanings of Latinxs......Rocio Garcia, Arizona State University
    • Understandings, Perceptions, and Engagement with the Black Lives Matter Movement from the Voices of Latino/a Millennials living in Los Angeles County......Valeria Ramirez, California State University Northridge
    • Linguistic Confinement: Refashioned Structures of Carcerality in Schooling and Educational Language Learning......Brian Cabral, Stanford University
    123. Teaching Sociology, sponsored by Alpha Kappa Delta [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Saturday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | Campagno

    Organizer: Dolores Ortiz, Oxnard College
    Chair: Mehmet Soyer, Utah State University
    • Teaching to Transgress in the Virtual Classroom: Tools for Implementing the Guerrilla Girls’ “Art of Complaining”......Jamie Palmer, Nevada State College
    • Developing a Faculty-Librarian Partnership for Information Literacy in Introduction to Sociology......Marcia Hernandez, University of the Pacific; Michelle Maloney, University of the Pacific
    • One Large Stone - Using Qualifying Exam Materials to Design a Future Course......Elisabeth Shimada, University of Southern California; Mary Ippolito, University of Southern California; Brigid Cotter, University of Southern California
    • How to Support Sociology Graduates Navigating Barriers to Making Systems Change......Sophie Nathenson, Oregon Institute of Technology
    • Pandemic Pedagogy: Digital PowerUps Offering A Dynamic Virtual Community......Mehmet Soyer, Utah State University; Gonca Soyer, Utah State University; Travis Thurston, Utah State University; Gina McCrackin, Utah State University
    124. Politics, the State, and Military II [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Saturday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | Tofanelli

    Organizer: Raphi Rechitsky, National University
    Chair: William Hayes, Gonzaga University
    • A Prison Tour: State Violence, Ghost Stories, and Democratization......William Hayes, Gonzaga University
    • "Democracy" and Fin de Siècle Left-Wing Insurrections: Nepal and El Salvador Compared......Charlie Navarro, California State University Los Angeles; Wai Kit Choi, California State University Los Angeles
    • Policy Change and the Framing of Cannabis in Black News......Burrel Vann, San Diego State University
    • Climate Change and Armed Conflict in the Contemporary Middle East and North Africa: A Multi-Level Analysis......Bashir Tofangsazi, Whitman College
    125. Panel on Edited Volume: Gender, Race, and Class in the Lives of Today's Teachers: Educators at Intersections (sponsored by the Committee on the Status of Racial and Ethnic Minorities and Education) [Panel with Presenters]
    Saturday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | Camellia

    Organizers: Celeste Atkins, University of Arizona; Lata Murti, University of Massachusetts Global;
    Chair: Lata Murti, University of Massachusetts Global
    Several invited discussants share their comments and critique of the book, GENDER, RACE, AND CLASS IN THE LIVES OF TODAY'S TEACHERS (Springer, 2021)—the first, interdisciplinary edited volume focused on educators' experiences of gender, race, and class in their professional lives. These discussants include AC Campbell of Santa Ana College and Elizabeth Bennett of Central New Mexico Community College. Co-editors Dr. Lata Murti (University of Massachusetts Global) and Dr. Glenda M. Flores (University of California, Irvine), as well as four of the book's authors: Dr. Celeste Atkins (University of Arizona); Juan Gaytan (University of California, Irvine); and Edward Watson (University of California, Irvine) respond to the comments and critique.
    • Panelist......Lata Murti, University of Massachusetts Global
    • Panelist......Glenda Flores, UC Irvine
    • Panelist......Juan Gaytan, UC Irvine
    • Panelist......Celeste Atkins, University of Arizona
    • Panelist......Edward Watson, University of California Irvine
    Discussants:
    • Alondo (A.C.) Campbell, Santa Ana College
    • Elizabeth Bennett, Central New Mexico Community College
    • Leticia Rojas, Pasadena City College
    • Juan Gaytan, UC Irvine
    • Edward Watson, University of California Irvine
    126. Undergraduate Roundtable: Crime, Law, and Deviance II, sponsored by Alpha Kappa Delta (AKD) [Undergraduate Roundtable]
    Saturday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | Gardenia: Table 1

    Organizer: Robert Kettlitz, Hastings College
    • Secondary Effects Family Face Due to Incarceration......Miriam Salazar, California State University East Bay
    • Juvenile Delinquency......Brandy Bowers, California State University Stanislaus
    • Humanization, Idolization & Demonization: Students’ Perceptions of Police Work on an Unsolved Case......Angel Powell, California Polytechnic State University, San Luis Obispo
    • Child Abuse: More Prominent Social Problem Within Low Socioeconomic Families......Micayla Andrews, Abilene Christian University
    • Why Do Men Rape?: A Search to Uncover Motivations......Gabriella Vinciguerra, Hastings College; Stephanie Mlynarik, Hastings College
    • Alcohol Usages amongst Young Adults: Is College Making Young Adults Drink More......Britney Lu, University of Portland
    Discussant:
  • Arthur Scarritt, Boise State University;
  • 127. Undergraduate Roundtable: Social Psychology, Identity, and Emotions, sponsored by Alpha Kappa Delta (AKD) [Undergraduate Roundtable]
    Saturday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | Gardenia: Table 2

    Organizer: Robert Kettlitz, Hastings College
    • Insight and Healing Through Volunteers in Trauma-Informed Practice......Bridget Cope, University of Portland
    • Psychosocial Stressors and Pet Ownership During the COVID-19 Pandemic......Kionna Borie, California State University East Bay
    • Teens Affected by Social Media: Act of Self Esteem......Alexis McKinley, California State University East Bay
    • How Does Societal Pressures and Expectations Contribute to Depression Rates and Patterns amongst Punjabi Women Living in Western Countries?......Anmol Braich, California State University East Bay
    Discussant:
  • Steve Steele, Anne Arundel College;
  • 128. Undergraduate Roundtable: Education II, sponsored by Alpha Kappa Delta (AKD) [Undergraduate Roundtable]
    Saturday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | Gardenia: Table 3

    Organizer: Robert Kettlitz, Hastings College
    • Paths to Graduation: A Look into How Families Navigate through “Alternative” Schooling Options in the Walla Walla Valley......Gabriella Dinkin, Whitman College
    • The Impact of COVID-19 On Educational Performance and Health of Low-Income First-Generation College Students at the University of California, Berkeley......Nilufar Kayhani, University of California Berkeley; Naomi Eden, University of California Berkeley; Kelly Figueroa, University of California Berkeley; Amy Lo, University of California Berkeley; Sabrina Luna, University of California Berkeley
    • Emotional Labor in the Classroom and Bonilla-Silva’s Racial Stratification......Victoria Martinez, University of the Pacific
    • What Are the Best Educational Practices for Special Education Children?......Courtney Manahan, Hastings College
    • Long History, Short Story: Native People in High School Texts......Christina Hailperin, The University of Alaska Anchorage
    Discussant:
  • Daniel Morrison, Abilene Christian University;
  • 129. Undergraduate Roundtable: Medical Sociology and Health II, sponsored by Alpha Kappa Delta (AKD) [Undergraduate Roundtable]
    Saturday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | Gardenia: Table 4

    Organizer: Robert Kettlitz, Hastings College
    • The Connection Between Hospital Room Architecture and Wellbeing......Melbourne Palmer, Hastings College
    • Bridging the Divide: Patient-Interpreter-Practitioner Interactions with Non-English Speaking Immigrants......Alexis Foldvary, University of Puget Sound
    • Re-emergence of Consciousness Altering Substances in the Field of Health.......Matthew Young, University Alaska Anchorage
    Discussant:
  • Benjamin Lewin, University of Puget Sound;
  • 130. Open Discussion: Rural Sociology
    Saturday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | Falor

    Organizer: Ryanne Pilgeram, University of Idaho
    This is a place for people interested in rural sociology to come together and talk, facilitated by Ryanne Pilgeram.
    131. Media and Communication [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Saturday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | Beavis

    Organizer: Linda Rillorta, Mt. San Antonio College
    Chair: Ian Larson, UC Irvine
    • The Influence of Media Narratives and Internet Culture on Students’ Perceptions of Campus Politics......Julia Goldman-Hasbun, University of British Columbia
    • YouTube Representation & Reactions to the Gender-Fluid Fashion Movement......Brian Castillo, California State University Los Angeles
    • Politics of Comic Book Production......Juan Avilez, California State University Los Angeles
    • Privileging the Past: Problematic and Gendered Rhetoric in Retro Gaming Content......Ian Larson, UC Irvine
    132. Latinx Political-Economic Formations in the New Gilded Age [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Saturday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | Bondi

    Organizer: Daniel Olmos, California State University Northridge
    Chair: Daniel Olmos, California State University Northridge
    • Curating Mexican-Americanness on Calle Cuatro: How Business Stakeholders Commodify Ethnicity......Janet Muniz, California State University, Long Beach
    • The Sociological and Health Effects Of COVID-19 Among U.S. Essential Mexican and Latina/o Farmworkers......Dr. Jose G. Moreno, Northern Arizona University
    • Latino Working-Class Conservatism: Contradictory Consciousness and the Tri-Racial Order......Daniel Olmos, California State University Northridge
    133. Environmental Inequality: From the Local to the Global [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Saturday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | Campagno

    Organizer: Laura Earles, Lewis-Clark State College
    Chair: Camila Alvarez, University of California Merced
    • Environmental Injustice Flowing Into the Trinity River and Beyond......Riley Hamilton, Northern Arizona University
    • Agricultural Land Conversion and New Geographies of Suburban Environmental Risk......Jonathan Tollefson, Brown University
    • Environmental Inequalities within Latinx Communities: An Eco-Intersectional Multilevel Approach......Camila Alvarez, University of California Merced; Marina Mariscal Padilla, University of California, Merced
    134. Globalization, Transnationalism, and Regionalism [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Saturday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | Carr

    Organizer: Shweta Adur, California State University Los Angeles
    Chair: Yousef Baker, California State University Long Beach
    • The Transnational Dimension of Filipina/o Drug Use: How the War on Drug Policies in Both the United States and the Philippines Impact Sense of Belonging among Filipina/o Users......Vincent Laus, California State University Stanislaus
    • Taming the Wild West ---– A Review of Chinese Governmental Policies toward Xinjiang Uyghur Since 2010......Huiying Hill, Weber State University
    • The Ambiguous Legacy of Globalization: Post-Colonial Race, Religion and Ethnicity in Zanzibar Youth Movements......Deo Mshigeni, California Baptist University
    • Uncovering the Role of Anti-Black and Anti-indigenous Racism in the Invasion and Occupation of Iraq......Yousef Baker, California State University Long Beach
    135. Teaching Race, Power, Privilege, and Anti-Racism, sponsored by the Committee on Teaching and Alpha Kappa Delta [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Saturday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | Magnolia

    Organizer: Benjamin Lewin, University of Puget Sound
    Chair: Daniel Morrison, Abilene Christian University
    • Teaching Critical Race Theory at a Conservative Christian University......Daniel Morrison, Abilene Christian University
    • Coordinating Student Online Debates About Contentious Issues in Criminal Justice......Stephen Van Geem, Utah State University
    • W.E.B. DuBois & Double Consciousness: The Sociology of Race Honors Option Project......Sean Martin Cranley, Antelope Valley College
    • Backfire Effect: Exploring Our Own Positionality and Racial Hegemony......Hee Eun Kwon, University of California San Diego
    136. Social Stratification, Inequality, and Poverty: [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Saturday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | Tofanelli

    Organizer: Alexis McCurn, California State University Dominguez Hills
    Chair: Patricia Vargas, Oregon State University
    • What Most Affects the Probability of Receiving Public Assistance? Examining the Effect of Family Background and Educational Attainment on Receiving Public Assistance with Multivariate Regression Analysis......Patricia Vargas, Oregon State University
    • Inequality in Crisis: A Comprehensive Review of Inequality Before and After Disaster......Jordan Rowley, Northern Arizona University
    • Comparative Food Insecurities: Farmworker Perception of How the Quality and Quantity of Food Changes With Migration......Rachel Soper, California State University Channel Islands
    • Disability, Food Insecurity, and Access to Food Assistance Programs in the Context of COVID-19 Pandemic: Does Discrimination Matter?......Gabriele Ciciurkaite, Utah State University; Robyn Lewis Brown, University of Kentucky
    137. Labor Organizing at Community Colleges [Panel with Presenters]
    Saturday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | Bataglieri

    Organizer: Anthony Silvaggio, Humboldt State University
    Chair: Anthony Silvaggio, Humboldt State University
    This panel will highlight the organizing efforts of faculty to defend their jobs and programs at community colleges. Panelists will discuss how faculty are resisting neoliberal policies and practices at community colleges, and share resources to strengthen alliances and networks across institutions.
    Discussants:
    • Helena Worthen, University of Illinois
    • Anthony Silvaggio, Humboldt State University
    • Sarah Chivers, Portland State University
    • Daniel Elash, Rogue Community College
    • Joe Berry, Coalition of Contingent Academic Labor (COCAL)
    138. Book Salon: No Real Choice: How Culture & Politics Matter for Reproductive Autonomy, by Katrina Kimport [Book Salon]
    Saturday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | Camellia

    Organizer: Patricia Jennings, California State University East Bay
    Chair: Patricia Jennings, California State University East Bay
    Katrina Kimport: Associate Professor, Obstetrics, Gynecology, & Reproductive Sciences, Research Sociologist with Advancing New Standards in Reproductive Health (ANSIRH), UC San Francisco Sara Maththiesen: Assistant Professor, History and Women's, Gender, and Sexuality Studies, Columbia College, The George Washington University About This Book: In the United States, the “right to choose” an abortion is the law of the land. But what if a woman continues her pregnancy because she didn’t really have a choice? What if state laws, federal policies, stigma, and a host of other obstacles push that choice out of her reach? Based on candid, in-depth interviews with women who considered but did not obtain an abortion, No Real Choice punctures the myth that American women have full autonomy over their reproductive choices. Focusing on the experiences of a predominantly Black and low-income group of women, sociologist Katrina Kimport finds that structural, cultural, and experiential factors can make choosing abortion impossible–especially for those who experience racism and class discrimination. From these conversations, we see the obstacles to “choice” these women face, such as bans on public insurance coverage of abortion and rampant antiabortion claims that abortion is harmful. Kimport's interviews reveal that even as activists fight to preserve Roe v. Wade, class and racial disparities have already curtailed many women’s freedom of choice. No Real Choice analyzes both the structural obstacles to abortion and the cultural ideologies that try to persuade women not to choose abortion. Told with care and sensitivity, No Real Choice gives voice to women whose experiences are often overlooked in debates on abortion, illustrating how real reproductive choice is denied, for whom, and at what cost.
    Discussants:
    • Katrina Kimport, University of California, San Francisco
    • Sara Matthiesen, George Washington University
    139. Undergraduate Roundtable: Social Psychology, Identity, and Emotions II, sponsored by Alpha Kappa Delta (AKD) [Undergraduate Roundtable]
    Saturday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | Gardenia: Table 1

    Organizer: Robert Kettlitz, Hastings College
    • The Perpetual On-call Shift: Emotional Labor Expected of Resident Assistants at the University of the Pacific......Brooke Tran, University of the Pacific
    • The Role of Mobile Technology Notification Algorithms in Shaping Individual Meaning and Agency......Jessica Lilly, Whitman College
    • Collective Memories in U.S. Party Platforms......Lindsay Maurer, University of California Davis
    • Branding Diversity: How Corporations in the Energy Sector Frame Performative Actions......Mikhaila Sung, University of California Berkeley
    • Exploring Body Image Among Men of Color in the U.S.......Liza Escun, California State University Long Beach
    Discussant:
  • William Urquhart II, University of Alaska Southeast-Ketchikan;
  • 140. Undergraduate Roundtable: Race and Ethnicity, sponsored by Alpha Kappa Delta (AKD) [Undergraduate Roundtable]
    Saturday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | Gardenia: Table 2

    Organizer: Robert Kettlitz, Hastings College
    • Does Your Race Discriminate Against Your Sexual Orientation?......Skye Lee, California State University East Bay
    • Unveiling the Mask of Post-Race Legitimacy: Preserving White Supremacy Through the Use of Colorblind Racism in Policy Preference......Vanessa Gonzalez, Linfield University
    • Documenting Black Lives and Legacies at UC Berkeley......Elle Henry, University of California Berkeley; Daniella Lake, University of California Berkeley; Amari Turner, University of California Berkeley; Caleb Dawson, University of California Berkeley
    • Racial Profiling among College Students......Kyra Luckie, Vanguard University of Sountern California
    • Counteracting Descriptive Underrepresentation: The “Dual-Narrative” Approach by Filipino-Canadian Political Candidates As a Key Electoral Strategy......Jasmine Ashley-Dy, University of British Columbia
    • Study of the Perception of "Asian Hate" Among Young Adults......Gabrielle Gugliotta, Vanguard University
    Discussant:
  • Rhonda Dugan, California State University Bakersfield;
  • 141. Undergraduate Roundtable: Sexualities and Gender, sponsored by Alpha Kappa Delta (AKD) [Undergraduate Roundtable]
    Saturday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | Gardenia: Table 3

    Organizer: Robert Kettlitz, Hastings College
    • The Pleasure of Sex Toys......Sophia O'Hara, University of California Santa Barbara
    • "I Thought It Was Expected of Me": Analyzing Queer Systems of Harm, Cultural Construction, and Social Media Use in the LGBTIQ+ Community......Angel Valdez Ordonez, University of California Berkeley
    • The Symbolic Boundaries of (Trans)Gender Support Groups......Kairo Weber, University of California Davis
    • The Necropolitics of Transgender Bodies......Matthew Pacillo, University of Alaska Anchorage
    Discussant:
  • Cameron Arnold, Portland State University;
  • 142. Open Discussion: Applied Sociology--Sociology Program Development/Consulting Work and Academic Careers
    Saturday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | Falor

    Organizer: Sophie Nathenson, Oregon Institute of Technology
    This is a place for people interested in applied sociology/these topics to come together and talk, facilitated by Organizer Sophie Nathenson.
    143. Sociology of Religion [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Saturday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | Beavis

    Organizer: Reid Leamaster, Glendale Community College
    Chair: Valentina Cantori, University of Southern California
    • Islam and its Publics: Crafting Public Images of Islam in the U.S.......Valentina Cantori, University of Southern California
    • Organizational Change in American Zen Buddhist Communities—A Case Study......Rebecca S.K. Li, The College of New Jersey; Paige Finnerty, The College of New Jersey
    • On the “Masochistic Attitude” in Peter Berger’s The Sacred Canopy......Charles Sarno, Holy Names University
    • The Location of Latino Religion: Centers, Edges, and Peripheries......Erick Berrelleza, Santa Clara University
    • State Structure and Government Involvement in the Religious Market......Tim Cupery, California State University Fresno
    144. Racial Identities, Socialization, and Sense of Belonging [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Saturday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | Bondi

    Organizer: Raul Perez, University of La Verne
    Chair: Nilda Flores-Gonzalez, Arizona State University
    • Underrepresented Asian American and Black Students at a Hispanic-Serving Institution (HSI): Navigating Student Perception, Sense of Belonging, Campus Climate, and Social Identity......Maria Olivet, California State University Northridge
    • “I didn’t want it to be a sob story”: Black Student Identity Narration in College Personal Statements......Aya Waller-Bey, University of Michigan
    • The Content of Ethnic-Racial Socialization in White Families......Matthew Grindal, University of Idaho; Tanya Nieri, University of California Riverside
    • “Do I have to check off that I’m White when I’m Hispanic?” Understanding Latinx Racial Identification......Nilda Flores-Gonzalez, Arizona State University; Anaid Gonzalves, Arizona State University; Stacey Flores, Arizona State University
    145. Environmental Sustainability in the Context of Social Inequality [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Saturday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | Campagno

    Organizer: Laura Earles, Lewis-Clark State College
    Chair: Gabriela Gavrila, Stanford University
    • The Connection between Green Growth Machines and Housing: How Intersectionality Is Being Ignored......Andrea Dominguez, California State University Los Angeles
    • Apples to Apples? Commensuration and Sustainable City Metrics in the Southwest......Erin Heinz, University of Arizona
    • The Geography of Environmental Sustainability across the Town-Gown Divide......Gabriela Gavrila, Stanford University
    146. Transnational Migration [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Saturday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | Carr

    Organizer: Katie Dingeman, California State University Los Angeles
    Chair: Jose Collazo, California State Polytechnic University Pomona
    • Mi Familia Quiere Que Regrese: Stress and Ties Driving Latin American Retirees' Families Expectations to Return......Jose Collazo, California State Polytechnic University Pomona; Mayra Avila, The University of Texas, Rio Grande Valley; Helen Kiso, Susquehanna University
    • Exploring the Return Movement of Children of Hong Kong Immigrants Through the Lens of Transnationalism, Social and Cultural Reproduction, and the Intersections of Class, and Race/Racialization......Victoria Ogley, York University
    • Transnational Colombian Mothering: Recognizing the Past and Embracing the Future......Claudia Mendez Wright, Utah State University
    • Manufacturing Refugee Crises For Whom? State Power, Refugee Integration, and Soft Power at the Eastern Borders of Europe......Raphi Rechitsky, National University
    147. Social Movements II [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Saturday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | Tofanelli

    Organizer: Lisa Leitz, Chapman University
    Chair: Vanessa Nunez, University of Nevada Las Vegas
    • Beyond the Homeland: Outward Diaspora Politics......Kennedy Chi-pan Wong, University of Southern California
    • Barriers to Student Participation in Protest......Burrel Vann, San Diego State University
    • Activism in the Academy: How Institutional Actors Conceptualize Activism in Support of Undocumented Students......Vanessa Nunez, University of Nevada Las Vegas
    • Allyship Among Participants of the Black Lives Matter Protests of 2020......Alondra Espinoza, California State University Fullerton
    148. Panel on Edited Volume: Impacts of Racism on White Americans in the Age of Trump, co-editors Duke Austin and Benjamin Bowser [Panel with Presenters]
    Saturday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | Camellia

    Organizer: Duke Austin, California State University East Bay
    Chair: Shirley A. Jackson, Portland State University
    In this entirely new third edition of The Impacts of Racism on White Americans, an exciting range of scholars make the case that racism often negatively affects Whites themselves, especially during the age of Trump. This volume advances the proposition that the problem of race in the U.S. is fundamentally one of White identity and culture, and that racism has substantial negative effects on White Americans through three key areas: (1) Trump-era cultural and institutional racism, bolstered by the use of historical notions of racial hierarchy; (2) institutional and interpersonal racism, which in turn drive individual racist behaviors; and finally, (3) racism’s interactional sequences and how they impact anti-racism efforts.
    Discussants:
    • Duke Austin, California State University East Bay
    • Chris Danielson, Montana Technological University
    • Robert Fantina, University of Waterloo
    149. Presidential Session: Diverse Intersections: Memory, History, Identity, and Community [Panel with Presenters]
    Saturday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | Magnolia

    Organizer: Wendy Ng, California State University East Bay
    This panel explores community histories and identities through historic artifacts, photographs, testimonio, and intergenerational dialogue in academic settings as well as through community-based organizations.
    • MiHistoria: Bridging Community Through Testimonio......Albertina Zarazua Padilla, Executive Director, MiHistoria
    • Her Own Private Stage: Photography and Archiving as Black Migrant Women’s Visual Worldmaking......Wendy M. Thompson, San Jose State University
    • Amplifying Our APIDA Elders' Voices in the Fight for Justice and Civil Rights: Cross-Generational Community Collaborations in Santa Clara County......Yvonne Kwan, San Jose State University
    Discussants:
    • Yvonne Kwan, San Jose State University
    • Wendy M. Thompson, San Jose State University
    • Albertina Zarazua Padilla, Executive Director, MiHistoria
    150. Just Coffee: Social Gathering and Fishbowl Activity, sponsored by the Committee on Rights, Liberties, and Social Justice
    Saturday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | Gardenia

    Organizer: Mehmet Soyer, Utah State University
    The Committee on Rights, Liberties, and Social Justice invites PSA members to take a “coffee break” with us during the conference in order to come together in the interest of the committee’s mission, “to support the integration of social justice issues in academia and raise awareness of civil rights pedagogy for faculty working with students and community partners…and to promote and foster a community within Pacific Sociological Association that is committed in social activism.” For the 2022 PSA meeting we envision Just Coffee as an undergraduate student “fishbowl” conversation about ways that faculty can do a better job of centering marginalized students’ needs and feelings during difficult dialogues in the classroom. We are hearing from our BIPOC students that discussions about white supremacy, racism, and police violence, as well as the multiple ways people are resisting these things, are happening with more frequency and intensity in the classroom. While this is a good sign of progress, particularly for white people and other privileged groups who appear to be experiencing a rapid consciousness raising moment right now, there are costs to the BIPOC students who have to manage the ignorant comments, microaggressions, and exploitation of BIPOC trauma that often accompanies these learning moments in the classroom. Recognizing that most faculty are not equipped to successfully facilitate discussions like this, but are eager to build their chops, we hope to create a learning opportunity for faculty to hear from students themselves about ways they can improve the in-class experience for their BIPOC students.
    Discussants:
    • Mary Robertson, Seattle University
    • Edelina Burciaga, University of Colorado Denver
    • Giselle Navarro-Cruz, Cal Poly Pomona
    • Elvia Ramirez, California State University Sacramento
    151. President's Private Party
    Saturday | 5:15 pm-8:00 pm | Falor
    Social event for PSA leadership
    152. Virtual: Education I [Paper Session]
    Sunday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | Virtual 1

    Organizer: Patricia Drew, California State University East Bay
    Chair: Flor Saldaña, California State University San Marcos
    • Global Education and Social Change in an Age of Transition: The Impact of Neoliberal Globalization on Education......Berch Berberoglu, University of Nevada, Reno
    • Getting Ready for College: Correlation between Student Success Seminar and First Year Retention......Ting Jiang, Metropolitan State University of Denver
    • Learning at Home: Undocumented Latinx University and Community College Experiences During COVID......Flor Saldaña, California State University San Marcos; Josefina "Fina" Espino, California State University San Marcos; Marisol Clark-Ibanez, California State University San Marcos; Ruby Reyes, California State University San Marcos
    • The Emotional Labor of Career Planning: Undergraduate Anticipation and Anxiety......Daniel Davis, San Diego State University
    • Offering Safe Passage? The Case for Pass/Fail for Gender Equity......Monique Harrison, Stanford University
    153. Virtual: Labor on the Supply Chain [Paper Session]
    Sunday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | Virtual 4

    Organizer: Spencer Potiker, University of California Irvine
    Chair: Spencer Potiker, University of California Irvine
    Since the outbreak of the pandemic global supply chain disruptions have become normal. Supply chain malfunctions impact all of us from shortages of toilet paper to the inability to distribute vaccines to slow downs that hinder our holiday shopping. However, supply chain disruptions also put pressure and offload costs onto the workers that are responsible for moving goods from spatially disparate parts of the production process. This panel is a place where critical logistics and supply chain scholars can bring their research to discuss the supply chain crisis, supply chain capitalism, labor exploitation and abuses along the supply chain, and the ways in which the supply chain can be leveraged by labor and social movements to better the world. Critical interdisciplinary perspectives on global political economy and labor are particularly welcome.
    • Placeholder......Jason Struna, University of Puget Sound
    • The San Diego-Tijuana Cross Border Supply Chain: Analyzing the Border Mobility Regimes Impact on Migration, Labor, and Urban Development......Spencer Potiker, University of California Irvine
    • Captivity and Organised Abandonment Experienced by Seafarers and Amazon Warehouse Workers......Alishba Zaman, Queen Mary University of London
    • Historical Lessons for Understanding the Role of Labor in 21st Century Supply Chains......Paul Ciccantell, Western Michigan University; Michael Calderon-Zaks, UC San Diego
    Discussant:
  • Jason Struna, University of Puget Sound;
  • 154. Virtual: COVID [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Sunday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | Virtual 2

    Organizer: Patricia Drew, California State University East Bay
    Chair: Jennifer Hsueh, California State University Los Angeles
    • Impact on Asian American Livelihoods during the COVID-19 Pandemic......Jennifer Hsueh, California State University Los Angeles
    • The Mental Health of Medical Interns during the COVID-19 Pandemic: A Mixed Methods Analysis of Gender and Institutional Support......Casey Caprioglio, California State University Dominguez Hills
    • Managing Alone: Single Parenthood in the Time of Covid-19......Martha Toscano, California State University Los Angeles
    • The Relationship between Christian Nationalism and Adherence to/Support for COVID Mitigation Strategies: Assessing the Roles of Racial and Gender Identity......Matthew Grindal, University of Idaho; Skyler Ting, University of Idaho
    155. Virtual: Race and Ethnicity [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Sunday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | Virtual 3

    Organizer: Patricia Drew, California State University East Bay
    Chair: Guida Man, York University
    • Criminalizing Chicanas: How Criminalization is Relationally Constructed and Experienced......Veronica Lerma, University of California Merced
    • Covid 19 and the Experiences of Anti-Chinese/Asian Racism in the Greater Toronto Area......Guida Man, York University; Elena Chou, York University; Keefer Wong, York University; Victoria Ogley, York University; ernest leung, York University
    • Dynamic Racial Triangulation......Raj Ghoshal, Elon University; S. Michael Gaddis, University of California Los Angeles
    • The Institutionalization of Whiteness and Natural Resource Racialization on the Columbia Plateau, U.S.A.......Levin Welch, University of California at Riverside
    • Racialized Places: Community Development within the Historic Westside of Las Vegas......Camisha Fagan, University of Nevada Las Vegas
    156. Virtual: Wildfires, Blizzards and Pandemics: Academic Freedom in a Climate Constrained World [Panel with Presenters]
    Sunday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | Virtual 5

    Organizer: Allison Ford, Sonoma State University
    Chair: Allison Ford, Sonoma State University
    How do we ensure academic freedom, and necessary resources to do our jobs when our work is disrupted by climate change? During the COVID-19 pandemic, while students, staff and faculty were working remotely, California and Oregon experienced devastating, record wildfires. Californians experienced rolling blackouts that disrupted internet access. Soon after, Texas was hit by a snowstorm that overwhelmed the energy infrastructure, leaving many without water, electricity, or heat. Students, staff, and faculty are increasingly expected to adapt to rapidly changing, often dangerous climatic conditions. Climate-constrained teaching, learning and research are becoming the norm, as the effects of climate change escalate. This panel considers the ways that climate change and climate related disasters have shaped and will continue to reshape the way we teach and do research, particularly in relationship to academic freedom. How does disaster-adaptive teaching and research limit our ability to fully do our jobs? What policies and responses might universities and colleges implement in response to changing conditions that may provide or impede academic freedom? What strategies might sociologists employ to adapt to the demands of teaching and research under climate change? This panel invites participants to reflect on their experiences teaching and researching under climate change, to share strategies and practices that have worked, to reflect on lessons learned, and things that haven’t worked, and to provide mutual networks of support through reflection. This is not a formal research presentation, but a conversation on rapidly changing conditions, and the ways we might protect academic freedom within them.
    • Panelist......Summer Gray, University of California Santa Barbara
    • Panelist......Kristen Vinyeta, University of Oregon
    • Panelist......Allison Ford, Sonoma State University
    Discussants:
    • Kristen Vinyeta, University of Oregon
    • Summer Gray, University of California Santa Barbara
    • Allison Ford, Sonoma State University
    157. Virtual Undergraduate Roundtable Session I, sponsored by Alpha Kappa Delta (AKD) [Undergraduate Roundtable]
    Sunday | 10:15 am-11:45 am | Virtual 6

    Organizer: Robert Kettlitz, Hastings College
    • Understanding the Impacts of Asian Culture on the Perception of Mental Health......Anjelica de Leon, California State University East Bay
    • Race & Terrorism: The Ramifications of a Race-Based System of Justice......Gracyn McGathy, Abilene Christian University
    • Educational Experiences of Ethnic Minorities and Future Attainments......Victoria Sevilla Lopez, California State University East Bay
    • Social Factors and Latinx Dietary Choices......Fabiola Canales, California State University East Bay
    • What Are the Disadvantages That Black Folks Face in Low Income Communities When It Comes to Their Physical Health?......Donzell Galloway, California State University East Bay
    • The California Latino Experience in Healthcare......Yajaira Vargas Cabrera, California State University East Bay
    Discussant:
  • Kathryn Burrows, Portland State University;
  • 158. Virtual: Teaching Sociology and Advising Students, sponsored by Alpha Kappa Delta [Research in Progress Session]
    Sunday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | Virtual 3

    Organizer: Patricia Drew, California State University East Bay
    Chair: Jennifer Puentes, Eastern Oregon University
    • Sociology Advising Models that Address Equity Gaps......Mariam Ashtiani, California State University Fullerton; Devon Thacker Thomas, California State University Fullerton; Anthony Alvarez, California State University Fullerton
    • Online Course Redesigns: Insights and Pitfalls......Matthew Gougherty, Eastern Oregon University
    • Increasing Student Engagement with a Solutions-Oriented Approach to Teaching Social Problems......Jennifer Rosen, Solutions Journalism Network
    • Teaching Semipensante Pedgagogy: Creating a Multi-layered Classroom......Arlett Lomeli, The University of Texas, Rio Grande Valley
    • Revisiting Intersections of Gender, Race, and Class in Introductory Textbooks: OER Alternatives......Jennifer Puentes, Eastern Oregon University; Matthew Gougherty, Eastern Oregon University
    159. Virtual: Education II [Paper Session]
    Sunday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | Virtual 1

    Organizer: Patricia Drew, California State University East Bay
    Chair: Carol Ward, Brigham Young University
    • Inequality in the New University: Managing Uncertainty in the Do-It-Yourself Environment......Blake Silver, George Mason University
    • Developing a Culturally Responsive Math Program for Tribal College Students......Carol Ward, Brigham Young University; Michael Cope, Brigham Young University; Kayci Muirbrook, National Association for State Workforce Agencies
    • Families and the Financial Support of College Students: Comparing Blacks and Asian Americans......Yolanda Wiggins, San Jose State University
    • Sense of Belonging: The First Year Experience......Jada Charles, University of British Columbia
    • Teaching Up: The Intersection of Impression Management and Controlling Images for Marginalized Faculty......Celeste Atkins, University of Arizona
    160. Virtual: Medical Sociology and Health I [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Sunday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | Virtual 2

    Organizer: Patricia Drew, California State University East Bay
    Chair: Georgiana Bostean, Chapman University
    • Understanding Mexican-Heritage Older People’s Approaches to Early Palliative Care......Susan Miller, University of California Davis; Ester Carolina Apesoa-Varano, University of California Davis
    • Suicidal Behaviors among Dixie State University Students: Risk and Protective Factors......Stephen Gubler, Dixie State University; Jamie Cormani-Denney, Dixie State University; Muhammed Yildiz, Dixie State University
    • Local Policy, Retailer Proximity to Schools, and Youth Use of Tobacco and Cannabis Products......Georgiana Bostean, Chapman University; Jennifer Unger, University of Southern California; Jason Douglas, Chapman University; Erik Linstead, Chapman University; Anton M. Palma, Principal Statistician Institute for Clinical and Translational Science, UC Irvine; Joni Ricks-Oddie, Director, UCI Center for Statistical Consulting and ICTS Biostatistics, Epidemiology & Research Design Unit.
    • The Cochlear Implant Decision: How Parents Decide to Implant Their Deaf Children With Cochlear Implants......Kathryn Burrows, Portland State University
    161. Virtual: Class, Economic Systems, and Environmental Governance [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Sunday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | Virtual 4

    Organizer: Patricia Drew, California State University East Bay
    Chair: Christopher Gibson, CSU Fullerton
    • Neoliberal Globalization, Class Conflict, and Social Change......Berch Berberoglu, University of Nevada, Reno
    • Economic Crisis and Protest: Mass Attitudes as Mechanisms that Drive Contentious Events during Poor Economic Times......Arman Azedi, UC Irvine
    • Financialized Institutional Logics and Strategic Actions in Public Environmental Governance: How Water Managers Navigate Competing Policy Domains......Christopher Gibson, CSU Fullerton
    162. Virtual: Gender [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Sunday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | Virtual 5

    Organizer: Patricia Drew, California State University East Bay
    Chair: Natasha Bluth, UCLA
    • The Politics of Domestic Violence in Russia and Ukraine, 2012-2020......Natasha Bluth, UCLA
    • Collaboration for the Promotion and Defense of the Right to Health of Trans People, from a Gender Perspective......Deisy Iris Jácome Sánchez, Universidad Veracruzana
    • "Machismo" Performance at the Beginning of Nuevo Cine Mexicano: A Qualitative Content Analysis on Amores Perros (2000), Y tu Mamá También (2001), and El Espinazo del Diablo (2001)......Yvette Navarro, New Mexico State University
    • Muslim Refugee Women - Navigating Identity in Australia......Ume Rubab Sheikh, the university of sydney
    • Miss Behave: Latina/o/x Sexual Citizenship in K-16 Educational Ecosystems......Gabriela Corona Valencia, University of California Los Angeles
    163. Virtual Undergraduate Roundtable Session II, sponsored by Alpha Kappa Delta (AKD) [Undergraduate Roundtable]
    Sunday | 12:00 pm-1:30 pm | Virtual 6

    Organizer: Robert Kettlitz, Hastings College
    • Accessing Gender Structure of Informality in Vietnam......Ang Li, University of California Berkeley
    • Condom Sold Out! A Sociological Investigation of Rumors in Contemporary China......Jingjia Xiao, Fudan University; Tianren Luo, Fudan University; Qing Xiao, Communication University of China
    • Exploring Challenges Relating Pandemic in Asian American Community......Sung Tin Par, California State University East Bay
    • Psychological Distress Amongst LGBTQIA+ Students During the Pandemic......Tyona Harvey, California State University East Bay
    • The Effects of Race on Access to Abortion......Nymeisha Shannon, California State University East Bay
    • Let’s Talk About Sex: Does Inclusive Sex Education Decrease Internal and External HIV/AIDS Stigma?......Natalie Watson, Hastings College
    Discussant:
  • Naghme Morlock, Gonzaga University;
  • 164. Virtual: Education III [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Sunday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | Virtual 1

    Organizer: Patricia Drew, California State University East Bay
    Chair: Heidy Sarabia, California State University Sacramento
    • Knowing People: The Role of Networks in Facilitating the Transition into the University among First-generation College Students......Heidy Sarabia, California State University Sacramento; Nancy Huante-Tzintzun, University of the Pacific; Alma Flores, California State University Sacramento; Elizabeth Delgado, California State University Sacramento
    • Understanding and Meeting the Needs of Transfer and Non-Traditional Student Populations in Higher Education......Patricia Literte, California State University Fullerton; Bailee Blankemeier, California State University Fullerton
    • Classrooms and COVID: Experiences with Pandemic-Related Online Learning among Undergraduate Students......Carol Ward, Brigham Young University; Jordan Coburn, Brigham Young University; Hannah Dixon, Brigham Young University; Morgan Duffy, Brigham Young University; Brianna Moodie, Brigham Young University; Taylor Topham, Brigham Young University
    • 'It's like, I have to feel guilty cuz I'm white' : Fear and Frenzy around Critical Race Theory in K12......Daniela Tierra, Humboldt State University
    • Interrogating Color-Blindness and the "White University"......Jennifer de Saxe, Victoria University Wellington
    165. Virtual: Medical Sociology and Health II [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Sunday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | Virtual 2

    Organizer: Patricia Drew, California State University East Bay
    Chair: Kathryn Burrows, Portland State University
    • What Does it Mean to be Deaf? The Social Meanings of Deafness from the Nineteenth Century to Present Day......Kathryn Burrows, Portland State University
    • Program Evaluation: The Effect of Implicit Biases on How Physicians Treat American Indian/Alaskan Native (AI/AN) Patients......Inyssa Perez, California State University Fullerton
    • The Effect and the Consequences of the COVID-19 Pandemic on Health Workers......Jeannicet Bello, CSU Dominguez Hills
    • Accounting for Spatial Variation in Race and Low Birth Weight Across California Census Tracts......Natasha Erickson, University of Oregon
    166. Virtual: Social Movements, Social Change, and Political Sociology [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Sunday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | Virtual 4

    Organizer: Patricia Drew, California State University East Bay
    Chair: Janet Lorenzen, Willamette University
    • Activism in Climate Rulemaking: Negotiating Equity in the Oregon Climate Protection Program......Janet Lorenzen, Willamette University
    • Social Movements and Social Transformation in the 21st Century......Berch Berberoglu, University of Nevada, Reno
    • Power to the People: Critical Analysis of Protest Policing Through the Lens of Black Lives Matter Protesters......Kayleen Diaz, California State University San Marcos
    • The Cultural Capital of Political Incivility: Do Americans Elect Jerks?......Jennifer Dudley, University of Notre Dame
    167. Virtual: Intimate Relationships, Families, & Reproductive Politics [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Sunday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | Virtual 5

    Organizer: Patricia Drew, California State University East Bay
    Chair: Evan Shenkin, Western Oregon University
    • The Impacts of Compounded Victimizations on Transgender Survivors’ Experiences of Intimate Partner Violence......Victoria Kurdyla, University of North Carolina at Pembroke
    • Reembedding the Child Welfare in the Legal Code: A Quantitative Analysis of Family Law Reform Debates in Japan......Takeshi Hamano, University of Kitakyushu
    • International Spaces for Feminist Cross-Border Resistance......Evan Shenkin, Western Oregon University
    168. Virtual: Winning the Job Market Cycle: Lessons Learned from #RWC [Workshop with Presenters]
    Sunday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | Virtual 3

    Organizers: Saugher Nojan, San Jose State University; Candice Robinson, University of North Carolina Wilmington; Shaonta' Allen, Dartmouth; Maretta McDonald, Louisiana State University; Theresa Rocha-Beardall, University of Washington; Latoya Council, USC;
    Chair: Saugher Nojan, San Jose State University
    • Winning the Job Market Cycle through Community: Lessons Learned from #RWC......Saugher Nojan, San Jose State University; Candice Robinson, University of North Carolina Wilmington; Shaonta' Allen, Dartmouth; Maretta McDonald, Louisiana State University; Latoya Council, USC; Theresa Rocha-Beardall, University of Washington
    169. Virtual Undergraduate Poster Session, sponsored by Alpha Kappa Delta (AKD) [Undergraduate Poster]
    Sunday | 1:45 pm-3:15 pm | Virtual 6

    Organizer: Robert Kettlitz, Hastings College
    • Underappreciated Labor: College Students and the Job Search......Anna Kelley, San Diego State University
    • Navigating Motherhood During a Pandemic......Emily Wood, California State University Chico; Danielle Hidalgo, California State University Chico
    • Global Capitalism and the U.S Invasion and Occupation of Iraq.......Isaiah Eldredge Palmer, California State University Long Beach; Yousef Baker, California State University Long Beach
    • Domestic Outsourcing and the Paradox of ‘Productivity-Pay’ Gap in United States, 1970-2010......Ang Li, University of California Berkeley
    170. Virtual: Work, Organizations, and Economic Sociology [Research in Progress Session]
    Sunday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | Virtual 4

    Organizer: Patricia Drew, California State University East Bay
    Chair: Rachael Neal, St. Edward`s University
    • The ‘other at home’: Lived Experiences and Livelihood Strategies of Domestic Workers in New Delhi, India......Asmita Aasaavari, University of Connecticut
    • Looking for Volunteers: Exploring Engaged Neighbors As An Untapped Resource......Rachael Neal, St. Edward`s University
    • Alternatives to Fossil Fuel Based Shipping: An Overview of the Sail Cargo Industry......Evan Shenkin, Western Oregon University
    • The Global Economy of Woman Home Health Caregivers......Pamela Monaghan-Geernaert, Northern
    171. Virtual: Potpourri [Paper Session]
    Sunday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | Virtual 5

    Organizer: Patricia Drew, California State University East Bay
    Chair: Gwen Chambers, University of Colorado Colorado Springs
    • Sociological Perspectives on Student-Faculty Interactions: Understanding the Experiences of Second-Generation Immigrant Students......Fanni Farago, George Mason University; Blake Silver, George Mason University
    • Towards a Sociology of Contentious Migration......Joseph Weinger, University of California Los Angeles
    • Police Interactions with the Deaf and Hard of Hearing Community: Abuse, Audism, and Accessibility......Gwen Chambers, University of Colorado Colorado Springs
    • Fat Matter: Weight Loss, Shapeshifting, and Surveillance......Dominique Garrett-Scott, University of Texas
    • Social Memories of being an Indian in Australia......Sanjana Bhardwaj, University of Sydney
    172. Virtual: Pop Culture and Media [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Sunday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | Virtual 3

    Organizer: Patricia Drew, California State University East Bay
    Chair: Heather Van Mullem, Lewis-Clark State College
    • How Has the Pandemic Impacted Dance Music Culture?: A Sociological Analysis of Post-Pandemic Dance Music Spaces......Danielle Hidalgo, California State University Chico
    • The Use of Online Forums to Foster Identity and Community Among Marginalized Video Game Players......Christine Tomlinson, University of California Irvine
    • The Influence of Modern Culture on Emerging Adults’ Current and Ideal Eating Practices......Bailee Blankemeier, California State University Fullerton
    • School Shootings, Race, and the Media: A Content Analysis of Podcasts on School Shootings......Malissa Kekahu, California State University Sacramento
    • Passing Time or Passing the Torch? Exploring Communication Purpose and Elements of Overconformity in Athlete Tweets......Heather Van Mullem, Lewis-Clark State College; Timothy Libby, Lewis-Clark State College
    173. Virtual: Potpourri II [Formal Paper and Research in Progress Session]
    Sunday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | Virtual 6

    Chair: Casey McCullough, Humboldt State University
    • Bots: Social Science......Allison Cutuli, University of Montana
    • “There's Always People in the Room for Whom This Is Not Merely Theory”: Emergent Pedagogies......Casey McCullough, Humboldt State University
    • Veteran Identity, Stigma and Barriers to Social Reintegration......Steven Arxer, University of North Texas at Dallas; James LePage, VA North Texas Health Care System
    • Legal Consciousness and Virtue-Crafting Among Undocumented Immigrants......Jonathan Leif Basilio, California State University Bakersfield
    174. Virtual: Environmental Justice and Anti-racism in the Classroom [Workshop with Presenters]
    Sunday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | Virtual 2

    Organizer: Megan Thiele, San Jose State University
    Chair: Megan Thiele, San Jose State University
    Have you included anti-racism or environmental justice themes and content in new ways over the past year? Are you interested in including more environmental justice and anti-racism content in your Sociology classes moving forward? Let's come together and reflect, discuss and strategize. I am proposing a workshop with myself as a facilitator where people come together to discuss, generate and support one another in bringing environmental justice and anti-racism content and themes into the classroom.
    • Anti-Racism and Environmental Justice in the Classroom......Megan Thiele, San Jose State University
    Discussant:
  • Megan Thiele, San Jose State University;
  • 175. Virtual: Getting Jobs in Academia [Panel with Presenters]
    Sunday | 3:30 pm-5:00 pm | Virtual 1

    Organizer: Aya Ida, CSU - Sacramento
    Chair: Aya Ida, CSU - Sacramento
    Academia have unique process of job applications, interviews, and negotiations after getting an offer, but many graduate students are new to the job market in academia and often unaware of the norms in the job market. Moreover, each types of academic institutions (such as R-1 universities, teaching-focused universities, and community colleges) has different expectations and processes in the job application, interviews, and types of candidates they are searching. Often, those expectations are not very clear. In this session, the panelists from different types of institutions will explain those expectations and share their experiences of being a candidate and/or being on the search committee. Later half of the session will focus on answering questions from the audience and providing additional inputs for students seeking jobs in academia.
    Discussants:
    • Tonmar Johnson, Solano Community College
    • Amy Orr, Linfield University
    • Marisela Martinez-Cola, Morehouse College
    • Sally Raskoff, Los Angeles Valley College
    • Amanda Shigihara, California State University Sacramento
    176. Virtual: Teaching At The Community College: Be the Change You Want to See in the World, sponsored by Alpha Kappa Delta [Panel with Presenters]
    Sunday | 5:15 pm-6:45 pm | Virtual 1

    Organizer: Celeste Atkins, University of Arizona
    Chair: Celeste Atkins, University of Arizona
    Session focuses on how change can be achieved and initiated through teaching at the community college level.
    Discussants:
    • Elizabeth Bennett, Central New Mexico Community College
    • Linda Rillorta, Mt. San Antonio College
    • David Hyde, South Puget Sound Community College
    • Alondo (A.C.) Campbell, Santa Ana College
    177. Virtual: Open Discussion: Anti-Asian Racism
    Sunday | 5:15 pm-6:45 pm | Virtual 2

    Organizer: Hyeyoung Woo, Portland State University
    This is a space for people to discuss anti-Asian racism, facilitated by Hyeyoung Woo.






    Index to Participants

    Aasaavari, Asmita: 170
    Abe, Frank: 120
    Abelson, Miriam: 50
    Abulbasal, Rana: 2 , 11
    Abumaye, Mohamed: 36 , 100
    Aceves, Hilary: 74
    Adams, Christy: 58
    Adur, Shweta: 134
    Aguilar, jonathan: 119
    Ahmad, Saeed: 32
    Al-Naiem, Kariar: 34
    Alejandre, Christopher: 64
    Alemi, Qais: 14
    Alexander, Jason: 24
    Alford, Alicea: 75
    Ali, M. Udbi: 36 , 45
    Allen, Shaonta': 168
    Allgeyer, Anna: 64
    Almaraz, Max: 34
    Alston, Brandon: 34
    Alvarez, Anthony: 158
    Alvarez, Camila: 133
    Amezcua, Angela: 73
    Anckle, Stephanie: 60 , 76
    Anderson, Annika: 71
    Anderson, Zoe: 59
    Andrews, Micayla: 126
    Apesoa-Varano, Ester Carolina: 160
    Arango-Rodriguez, Tania: 68
    Armenta, Luis: 55
    Arnett, Stephanie: 12 , 121
    Arnold, Cameron: 30 , 141
    Arxer, Steven: 173
    Asahina, Yuki: 93
    Asencio, Emily: 34
    Ashley-Dy, Jasmine: 140
    Ashtiani, Mariam: 158
    Athey, Nicholas: 81
    Atkins, Celeste: 71 , 99 , 125 , 159 , 176
    Attallah, Maral: 112
    Aubel, Amanda: 28 , 58 , 72
    Austin, Duke: 148
    Avemegah, Edem: 79
    Avila, Kateri: 119
    Avila, Mayra: 146
    Avilez, Juan: 131
    Ayala, Carolina: 27
    Ayala, Celine: 25
    Azedi, Arman: 161
    Bailey, Emma: 89
    Baker, Yousef: 134 , 169
    Ballesteros, Jan: 57
    Balogun, Kemi: 7
    Barajas, Manuel: 6 , 111 , 122
    Barragan, Melissa: 33 , 75
    Barreto, Laura: 55
    Barrios, Deanna Miranda: 12
    Barry, Leanne: 92
    Basilio, Jonathan Leif: 173
    Bauman, Rachel: 65
    Beasley, Amber: 25
    Beck, Julie: 72
    Bello, Jeannicet: 165
    Beltran, Tonatiuh: 116
    Ben Ghorbal, Sarra: 13
    Bennett, Elizabeth: 47 , 101 , 125 , 176
    Berberoglu, Berch: 152 , 161 , 166
    Berendts, Elizabeth: 117
    Berrelleza, Erick: 118 , 143
    Berry, Joe: 137
    Berumen, Ariana: 86
    Bhardwaj, Sanjana: 171
    Blankemeier, Bailee: 164 , 172
    Blum, Dinur: 72
    Bluth, Natasha: 162
    Boahene, Prince: 89
    Bonaparte, Alicia: 21 , 28 , 71
    Borie, Kionna: 127
    Borieux, Moosgar: 58
    Bose, Christine: 5 , 43 , 50
    Bostean, Georgiana: 160
    Bowers, Brandy: 126
    Bozada-Deas, Suzel: 4 , 98
    Braich, Anmol: 127
    Brame, Hayden: 69
    Brant, Justyce: 64
    Bristow, Lora: 50
    Brooks, Jacqueline: 27
    Brown, Courtney: 86
    Brown, Ian: 58
    Brown, Robyn Lewis: 136
    Brunn-Bevel, Rachelle: 29
    Bruns, Angela: 28 , 58
    Buggs, Shani: 28 , 58
    Bui, Long: 38
    Burciaga, Edelina: 3 , 150
    Burnham, Morey: 40
    Burrows, Kathryn: 157 , 160 , 165
    Buyson, Christiana: 68
    Cabral, Brian: 107 , 122
    Cabrera, Ezra: 39
    Calderon-Zaks, Michael: 56 , 153
    Calderon, Ricardo: 35
    Camp, Nick: 66
    Campbell, Alondo (A.C.): 125 , 176
    Canales, Fabiola: 157
    Cantori, Valentina: 143
    Caprioglio, Casey: 154
    Caputo-Levine, Deirdre: 61
    Cardenas, Soraya: 90
    Carrier, Iyvan: 39
    Carrillo Cruz, Yesenia: 26
    Carroll, Megan: 32 , 89 , 102 , 108
    Carter, Michael: 92
    Castillo, Brian: 131
    Castro Rodriguez, Alex: 22
    Chamberlain, Brent: 91
    Chambers, Gwen: 171
    Chang, Tzufen: 57
    Chapman, Kyle: 48
    Charles, Jada: 159
    Chavez-Cardenas, Judith: 86
    Chavez, Michael: 48
    Chivers, Sarah: 137
    Choi, Wai Kit: 23 , 124
    Chorfi, Houla: 84
    Chou, Elena: 155
    Christensen, Keith: 91
    Chukhray, Irina: 66
    Ciccantell, Paul: 153
    Ciciurkaite, Gabriele: 102 , 136
    Clark-Ibanez, Marisol: 49 , 152
    Cobos, Jessica: 13
    Coburn, Jordan: 164
    Cole, Kiga: 68
    Collazo, Jose: 87 , 146
    Collins, Sophia: 84
    Cope, Bridget: 127
    Cope, Michael: 4 , 98 , 159
    Cordova, Meralis: 29
    Cormani-Denney, Jamie: 160
    Corona Alvidrez, Mariana Guillermina: 16
    Corona Valencia, Gabriela: 162
    Cortese, Anthony: 40
    Cotter, Brigid: 123
    Council, Latoya: 168
    Cox, Christopher: 70
    Cranley, Sean Martin: 135
    Creason-Parker, Gemini: 69
    Crump, Amanda: 88
    Cruz, Taylor: 121
    Cupery, Tim: 77 , 143
    Cutuli, Allison: 173
    Danico, Mary: 119
    Danielson, Chris: 148
    Davidson, James: 57
    Davila, Brianne: 7 , 12 , 19 , 27 , 37 , 55 , 60 , 66 , 76 , 94 , 99 , 107 , 119
    Davis, Daniel: 152
    Davis, Margaret: 88
    Davis, Sharon: 21
    Dawson, Caleb: 140
    de Barraicua, Irene: 111
    de Bourbon, Soma: 31 , 70
    De La Cruz Santana, Lizbeth: 66
    de Leon, Anjelica: 157
    de Saxe, Jennifer: 164
    Dean, Kira: 115
    DeLand, Michael: 73 , 77
    Delgado, Elizabeth: 164
    Devereux, Paul: 78
    Diaz, Kayleen: 166
    Dingeman, Katie: 22 , 38 , 87 , 146
    Dinkin, Gabriella: 128
    Discola, Kristen: 66
    Divino, Hannah Rhea: 67
    Dixon, Hannah: 164
    Dodd, Tara: 41
    Dominguez, Andrea: 145
    Dorn, Dean: 5 , 18
    Douglas, Jason: 160
    Downey, Dennis: 44 , 94 , 113
    Drew, Patricia: 4 , 65 , 98 , 117 , 152 , 154 , 155 , 158 , 159 , 160 , 161 , 162 , 164 , 165 , 166 , 167 , 170 , 171 , 172
    Dudley, Jennifer: 166
    Duffy, Morgan: 164
    Dugan, Rhonda: 140
    Duran-Aydintug, Candan: 80 , 108
    Dworkin, Shari: 50
    Earles, Laura: 79 , 88 , 133 , 145
    Eden, Naomi: 128
    Edwards, Nelta: 55
    Eichstedt, Jennifer: 14 , 114
    Elash, Daniel: 137
    Eldredge Palmer, Isaiah: 169
    Elise, Sharon: 6 , 36
    Ellefritz, Hannah Sean: 76
    Ellingson, Kenna: 58
    Elliott, Marta: 78
    Elliott, Sophie: 85
    Erickson, Natasha: 165
    Eriksen, Shelley: 20
    Escun, Liza: 139
    Esparza, Louis: 24
    Espino, Josefina "Fina": 152
    Espinoza, Alondra: 147
    Estefan, Michel: 60
    Everitt, Taylor: 74
    Fagan, Camisha: 155
    Fahnbulleh, Michelle: 68
    Fairchild, Ennea: 59
    Fantina, Robert: 148
    Farago, Fanni: 171
    Fernandez, Talia: 119
    Fernando, Dilshan: 121
    Figone, Breanna: 75
    Figueroa, Kelly: 128
    Finnerty, Paige: 143
    Firat, Rengin: 44
    Fischer-Shemer, Nurit: 68
    Fitzwater Gonzales, Laura: 100
    Flores-Gonzalez, Nilda: 144
    Flores, Alma: 164
    Flores, Glenda: 125
    Flores, Stacey: 144
    Fogleman, Elyssa: 11
    Foldvary, Alexis: 129
    Ford, Allison: 45 , 79 , 156
    Fowler, Lucas: 86
    Franco, Alexa: 35
    Fraser, Richard: 108
    Fuqua, juliana: 119
    Gabriel, Jacqulyn: 56
    Gachet, Christian: 83
    Gaddis, S. Michael: 155
    Galloway, Donzell: 157
    Garcia, Rocio: 122
    Garrett-Scott, Dominique: 171
    Gavrila, Gabriela: 107 , 145
    Gayles, Prisca: 24 , 114
    Gaytan, Juan: 125
    Gaytan, Sarita: 7
    Gerhardstein, Mary: 118
    Ghoshal, Raj: 155
    Ghosn, Amber: 75
    Gibson, Christopher: 161
    Givens, Jennifer: 40
    Glass, Christy: 11
    Glass, Pepper: 16 , 33
    Glover, Hannah: 65
    Goldman-Hasbun, Julia: 131
    Golob, Brandon: 60
    Gomez-Fuentes, Daisy: 119
    Gonzales, Angela: 31
    Gonzalez, Vanessa: 140
    Gonzalves, Anaid: 144
    Gosdin, Melissa: 58
    Gougherty, Matthew: 158
    Grasso, Jordan: 34 , 47
    Gray, Summer: 156
    Greer, Kim: 94
    Gresenz, Kyle: 31
    Grindal, Matthew: 45 , 100 , 144 , 154
    Grob, Olivia: 85
    Gruys, Kjerstin: 30
    Gubler, Stephen: 160
    Guenther, Katja: 47
    Gugliotta, Gabrielle: 140
    Guttridge, Kendra: 62
    H, Carly: 21
    Haber, Jaren: 19 , 66
    Hageman, Sally: 77
    Hailperin, Christina: 128
    Halverson, Susan: 33
    Hamal Gurung, Shobha: 38
    Hamano, Takeshi: 167
    Hamilton, Riley: 35 , 56 , 133
    Hancock, Black Hawk: 50
    Hardnack, Chris: 2
    Hardwick, Robin: 86
    Harker, Anita: 101
    Harris, Jacob: 108
    Harris, Nerisha: 58
    Harrison, Monique: 152
    Hart-Fredeluces, Georgia: 40
    Hartley, Laurel: 5 , 43
    Harvey, Tyona: 163
    Haug, Stacey M.: 21
    Hauhart, Robert: 23
    Haveman, Heather: 19
    Hayes, William: 23 , 124
    Haynes Stein, Alana: 66
    Heinz, Erin: 145
    Helgren, Jennifer: 17
    Henderson, Leonard: 14
    Henderson, Loren: 61
    Henry, Elle: 140
    Herkshan, Laticia: 40
    Hernandez, Ana: 84
    Hernandez, Jazmin: 92
    Hernandez, Marcia: 30 , 71 , 82 , 99 , 123
    Hernandez, Priscilla: 20
    Hess, Julia: 64
    Hicks, Allison: 101
    Hidalgo, Danielle: 169 , 172
    Hill, Huiying: 134
    Hinerman, Krystal: 59
    Hinojos, Indigo: 86 , 107
    Hogue, Cheryl: 39
    Horsting, Trudy: 31
    Hou, Zikang: 118
    Howard, Eve: 51
    Hrabik, Lynette: 31
    Hsueh, Jennifer: 154
    Hu, Chenna: 119
    Huante-Tzintzun, Nancy: 164
    Huerta, Esmeralda: 58
    Huerta, Lydia: 107
    Humble, Lorissa: 12
    Hunter, Margaret: 71
    Hunter, Savannah: 11
    Hussey, Shannon: 86
    Hyde, David: 176
    Ida, Aya: 175
    Ilter, Tugrul: 110
    Ingram, Jalisa: 31
    Inlow, Alana: 41 , 84
    Ippolito, Mary: 76 , 123
    Jackson, Shirley A.: 44 , 82 , 148
    Jacobs, Walt: 94
    Jácome Sánchez, Deisy Iris: 162
    Janey, Lily: 86
    Janning, Michelle: 91
    Jean-Pierre, Johanne: 27 , 36
    Jennings, Patricia: 72 , 113 , 114 , 138
    Jiang, Ting: 2 , 152
    Jiminez, Helen: 34
    Johnson, Ash: 117
    Johnson, Chevist: 58
    Johnson, Sam: 91
    Johnson, Tonmar: 175
    Jones, Brooke: 12 , 119
    Jones, Carter: 62
    Kadakal, Reha: 23
    Kamanga, Foster: 69
    Katuna, Barret: 48
    Kauer, Timothy: 81
    Kayhani, Nilufar: 128
    Kekahu, Malissa: 172
    Kelley, Anna: 169
    Kelly, Maura: 89
    Kettlitz, Robert: 48 , 62 , 63 , 64 , 65 , 73 , 74 , 75 , 83 , 84 , 85 , 86 , 115 , 116 , 117 , 118 , 126 , 127 , 128 , 129 , 139 , 140 , 141 , 157 , 163 , 169
    Khan, Kylee: 58
    Khonach, Torisha: 108
    Kim, Jae Yeon: 66
    Kim, Min Ji: 87
    Kim, Minjeong: 4 , 29 , 98
    Kimport, Katrina: 138
    Kinney, Brighton: 75
    Kiso, Helen: 146
    Kizer, Jessica: 60
    Komsky, Victoria: 115
    Kravitz-Wirtz, Nicole: 28 , 58
    Kreiter, Michael: 41
    Kretschmer, Kelsy: 24
    Kuipers, Kathy: 5 , 100
    Kurdyla, Victoria: 167
    Kwan, Yvonne: 70 , 149
    Kwon, Hee Eun: 23 , 135
    Kyte, Sarah: 37
    Lake, Daniella: 140
    Lammey, Machienvee V.: 12
    LaMotte, Megan: 78
    Landau, Julian: 62
    Landeros, Steph: 45
    Larsen, Teresa: 91
    Larson, Ian: 131
    Laus, Vincent: 134
    Laxa, Monalisa: 63
    Leamaster, Reid: 101 , 143
    Lee, Chioun: 4 , 98
    Lee, Skye: 140
    Leitz, Lisa: 24 , 147
    Lenard, Megan: 86
    LePage, James: 173
    Lerma, Veronica: 155
    leung, ernest: 155
    Lewin, Benjamin: 4 , 49 , 63 , 129 , 135
    Li, Ang: 163 , 169
    Li, Rebecca S.K.: 11 , 20 , 143
    Libby, Timothy: 172
    Licon, Carlos: 91
    Lievanos, Eduardo: 111
    Liftawi, Sarah: 119
    Lilly, Jessica: 139
    Lim, Kelliana: 58
    Lim, Sojung: 91 , 102
    Lin, May: 67
    Linstead, Erik: 160
    Lister, Sione: 29
    Literte, Patricia: 164
    Little, Amelia: 118
    Litts, Breanne: 40
    Lo, Amy: 128
    Loghin, Ion: 86
    Lomeli, Arlett: 158
    Lopez, Ann Aurelia: 111
    Lopez, Claudia: 16 , 58 , 119
    Lor, Yang: 55
    Lorenzen, Janet: 166
    Lu, Britney: 126
    Lubitow, Amy: 4 , 41 , 49 , 89 , 98
    Luck, Alison: 118
    Luckie, Kyra: 140
    Luna, Sabrina: 128
    Luo, Tianren: 163
    Luong, Britney: 74
    Magaña, Luis: 111
    Magdaleno, Ana: 83
    Mahmoud, Zaina: 21
    Mahmoudi, Mohammad: 20
    Mallick, Rafia: 61
    Maloney, Michelle: 123
    Man, Guida: 155
    Manahan, Courtney: 128
    Manion, Jae: 86
    Mannon, Susan: 50 , 113
    Mariscal Padilla, Marina: 133
    Martinez-Cola, Marisela: 40 , 99 , 175
    Martinez, Analyssa: 121
    Martinez, Victoria: 128
    Matthiesen, Sara: 138
    Maurer, Lindsay: 139
    McCormack, Tracy: 81
    McCrackin, Gina: 40 , 79 , 123
    McCullough, Casey: 173
    McCurn, Alexis: 136
    McDonald, Maretta: 168
    McElvain, Amber: 39
    McGathy, Gracyn: 157
    McKay, Jessica: 59
    McKeever, A. James: 6
    McKenzie, Madison: 88
    McKinley, Alexis: 127
    Meisel, Josh: 34 , 61 , 69 , 81
    Melamed, David: 92
    Mendez Wright, Claudia: 146
    Metzger, Ashley: 76
    Migliaccio, Todd: 19 , 94
    Miller, Dante: 25
    Miller, Lish: 86
    Miller, Susan: 160
    Mlynarik, Stephanie: 126
    Mohan Kumar, Mahindra: 2
    Monaghan-Geernaert, Pamela: 170
    Montgomery, Bradley: 92
    Moodie, Brianna: 164
    Morales, Danielle: 92
    Moreno, Dr. Jose G.: 26 , 35 , 100 , 132
    Morgan, Paul: 47
    Morlock, Naghme: 102 , 163
    Morrison, Daniel: 128 , 135
    Morse, Kayleigh: 75
    Mshigeni, Deo: 58 , 134
    Muia, Keisha: 33
    Muirbrook, Kayci: 159
    Mukherjee, Meghna: 21 , 32
    Muniz, Janet: 132
    Munoz, Jose A.: 18 , 46
    Muraco, Anna: 74
    Murray, Laura: 61 , 115
    Murti, Lata: 112 , 125
    Mustafa, Mudasir: 21
    Myers, Charles: 80
    Nam, Sunghee: 19
    Nathenson, Sophie: 58 , 67 , 85 , 123 , 142
    Navarro-Cruz, Giselle: 3 , 150
    Navarro, Charlie: 124
    Navarro, Yvette: 162
    Neal, Rachael: 170
    Neill, Kyra: 28 , 61
    Nelson, Cassidy: 63
    Newman, Harmony: 59
    Ng, Wendy: 7 , 18 , 94 , 96 , 98 , 120 , 149
    Nguyen, Athanasia: 86
    Nguyen, Harmony: 12 , 119
    Nicdao, Ethel: 67
    Nieri, Tanya: 28 , 49 , 144
    Nissenson, Paul: 119
    Nix, Jaimee: 30
    Nojan, Saugher: 38 , 168
    Nolasco, Christie: 119
    Novack, Valerie: 91
    Nunez, Vanessa: 147
    O'Hara, Sophia: 141
    Ogley, Victoria: 146 , 155
    Oh, Don: 37
    Okuwobi, Oneya: 92
    Olave, Barbara: 45
    Olivet, Maria: 144
    Ollilainen, Marjukka: 59 , 80
    Olmos, Daniel: 6 , 90 , 122 , 132
    Olona, Anissa: 117
    Orr, Amy: 18 , 50 , 62 , 175
    Ortiz, Dolores: 123
    Ortiz, Ernest: 17
    Ortiz, Steven: 19 , 46
    Ortuno, David: 107
    Osborne, Melissa: 55
    Osuna, Steven: 110
    Pacillo, Matthew: 141
    Pada, Orvic Ralph: 48
    Paez, Alexandra: 86
    Palafox, Gabriela: 81
    Palma, Anton M.: 160
    Palmer, Jamie: 49 , 90 , 107 , 123
    Palmer, Melbourne: 129
    Pana, Ashley Pearl: 67
    Park, Dong Joon: 68
    Park, Hien: 91
    Park, Joohyun: 69
    Park, Keunhyun: 91
    Park, Nicholas: 32
    Parker, Robert: 5 , 69
    Parra, Michelle: 90
    Parramore, Alexis: 63
    Parreñas, Rhacel Salazar: 96
    Paterniti, Debora: 68
    Paterson, Sharon: 55
    Patraporn, Varisa: 67
    Patterson, Jordyn: 62
    Pemberton, Skyler Bryn: 86
    Peralta, Mia: 86
    Perez Lima, Roxana: 83
    Perez, Inyssa: 165
    Perez, Jessica: 12 , 119
    Perez, Raul: 14 , 29 , 78 , 114 , 144
    Perry, Charity: 108
    Pilgeram, Ryanne: 20 , 80 , 113 , 130
    Pillon, Maya: 118
    Pindi, Gloria: 36
    Poitier, Mariah: 27
    Potiker, Spencer: 153
    Powell, Angel: 126
    Powers, Charles: 5 , 93
    Prager, Nathan: 78
    Proksch, Alexander: 84
    Puentes, Jennifer: 6 , 158
    Puga, Laila: 26
    Qidwai, Khayyam: 101
    Ramirez, Blanca: 22
    Ramirez, Elvia: 3 , 82 , 150
    Ramirez, Hernan: 4 , 98
    Ramirez, Keni: 108
    Ramirez, Valeria: 122
    Ramo, Elliot: 121
    Ramos, Jessica: 121
    Raskoff, Sally: 175
    Ratsamy, Dianna: 17
    Ray, Ranita: 50
    Rechitsky, Raphi: 110 , 124 , 146
    Redd, Elizabeth: 40
    Reyes, Itzel: 87
    Reyes, Ruby: 152
    Reyes, Victoria: 4 , 50
    Ricks-Oddie, Joni: 160
    Riggs, Eric: 59
    Rillorta, Linda: 30 , 131 , 176
    Rippon, Micah: 67
    Rivas, Anthony: 19
    Rivas, Bita: 19
    Rivas, Mark: 73
    Rivera, Marie: 13 , 80
    Robertson, Mary: 3 , 48 , 150
    Robinson, Candice: 168
    Rocha-Beardall, Theresa: 168
    Rodríguez, César "che": 24 , 49
    Rodriguez, Eglys: 12
    Rojas, Leticia: 125
    Romanello, Brittany: 78
    Romero, Mary: 43
    Rosen, Jennifer: 158
    Rowley, Jordan: 136
    Rubalcava, Celine: 34
    Ruiz, Arleth: 65
    Ruppel, Emily: 59
    Russell, Kathryn: 115
    Saavedra, J. Abigail: 67
    Salazar, Miriam: 126
    Saldaña, Flor: 152
    Salgado Rodriguez, Yessica: 26
    Salman, Sanjida: 17
    Sanabria, Tanya: 12
    Sanchez, Olivia: 37
    Sanchez, Shanell: 81
    Santana, Daisy: 83
    Saper, Kea: 27
    Sarabia, Heidy: 6 , 164
    Sarno, Charles: 143
    Scarritt, Arthur: 29 , 41 , 126
    Schmidt, Steven: 16
    Searl, Emily: 67
    Seko, Kazusa: 37
    Sen, Melvin: 2
    Serrano, Uriel: 78 , 99
    Sevilla Lopez, Victoria: 157
    Sexton, Julie: 59
    Shannon, Nymeisha: 163
    Sharma, Nitika: 68
    Sheen, Jefferson: 91
    Sheikh, Ume Rubab: 162
    Shenkin, Evan: 167 , 170
    Sherman, Jennifer: 44 , 113
    Shifrer, Dara: 37
    Shigihara, Amanda: 18 , 39 , 68 , 92 , 109 , 175
    Shih, Kristy: 6 , 17 , 41 , 57 , 95
    Shimada, Elisabeth: 123
    Shrayer, Karen: 50
    Shultz, Norah: 119
    Siler, Ashley: 69
    Silvaggio, Anthony: 137
    Silver, Blake: 159 , 171
    Singer, James Courage: 101
    Slausin-Blevins, Kathleen: 32
    Smart, Bobbi-Lee: 18 , 46
    Smiecinska, Nadia: 79
    Smith, Kendall: 75
    Smith, Scarlet: 34
    Snyder, Christopher: 33
    Soper, Rachel: 46 , 136
    Sotillo, Luis: 13 , 41
    Soto Tellez, Roxzel: 116
    Soyer, Gonca: 123
    Soyer, Mehmet: 3 , 64 , 79 , 123 , 150
    Stanley, Sandte: 31 , 40
    Stark, Rachel: 19
    Steele, Steve: 116 , 127
    Steinberg, Sheila Lakshmi: 112
    Stemley, Cornel: 92
    Stempel, Carl: 14
    Strangfeld, Jennifer: 37 , 45
    Strom, Ryal: 86
    Struna, Jason: 56 , 153
    Sugata, Michihiro: 110
    Sun, Yongsheng: 19
    Sung, Mikhaila: 139
    Sutherland, Mahala: 117
    Swan, Richelle: 45
    Sykes, Bryan: 50
    Szczech, Clayton: 11
    Talley, Michele: 63
    Tamir, Ori: 110
    Taylor, Alayne': 68
    Terriquez, Veronica: 4 , 50
    Thacker Thomas, Devon: 158
    Thiele, Megan: 174
    Thomas, Jeremy: 89
    Thompson, Austin: 115
    Thompson, Carol: 109
    Thompson, Wendy M.: 149
    Thorburn, Daniel: 110
    Thurston, Travis: 123
    Tierra, Daniela: 164
    Tilbrook, Ned: 37
    Tin Par, Sung: 163
    Ting, Skyler: 154
    Tofangsazi, Bashir: 124
    Tollefson, Jonathan: 133
    Tom, Rachel: 79
    Tomlinson, Christine: 172
    Topham, Taylor: 164
    Torres, Victoria: 119
    Toscano, Martha: 154
    Toupin, Monica: 68
    Toussenel, Emma: 116
    Tran, Brooke: 139
    Travers, A: 77
    Tsukada, Yusuke: 93
    Turner, Amari: 140
    Turner, Hannah: 86
    Tyler, Deidre: 18 , 46 , 99
    Unger, Jennifer: 160
    Urquhart II, William: 139
    Uscola, Colter: 109
    Valdez Ordonez, Angel: 141
    Valenzuela-Felix, Jorge: 13 , 22
    Valiente-Neighbours, Jimiliz: 60 , 78
    Van Dyke, Emily: 115
    Van Dyke, Nella: 44
    Van Geem, Stephen: 135
    Van Mullem, Heather: 172
    Vang, Houa: 107
    Vann, Burrel: 110 , 124 , 147
    Vargas Cabrera, Yajaira: 157
    Vargas, Neydi: 27
    Vargas, Patricia: 136
    Venegas, Mario: 81
    Vera-Phillips, Kristina B.: 78
    Verdugo, Steve: 86
    Vess, Lora: 6
    Villa, Anaid: 39
    Villalobos, Roxanna: 90
    Villegas, Paloma: 83
    Vinciguerra, Gabriella: 126
    Vineyard-Morris, Emily: 34
    Vinyeta, Kristen: 156
    Wachs, Faye: 12 , 119
    Wait, Alejandra: 64
    Wakefield, Chris: 47 , 61
    Walkington, Lori: 25 , 36 , 102
    Waller-Bey, Aya: 144
    Walters, Kyla: 2
    Ward, Alexandra: 59
    Ward, Carol: 159 , 164
    Warner, Ty: 75
    Watson, Edward: 125
    Watson, Natalie: 163
    Way, Sandra: 12 , 121
    Weber, Kairo: 141
    Weinger, Joseph: 171
    Weis, Kate: 41
    Welch, Levin: 45 , 155
    Whitehouse, Emilie: 75
    Whitley, Hannah: 79
    Whitley, Sarah: 6 , 60
    Wiggins, Yolanda: 159
    Williams, DJ: 89
    Williams, McKenna: 117
    Williams, Naomi: 117
    Wilson Hirst, Ynez: 18 , 46
    Wilson, Ariana: 75
    Wilson, Beth: 45
    Wollschleger, Jason: 34
    Wong, Keefer: 155
    Wong, Kennedy Chi-pan: 147
    Woo, Hyeyoung: 6 , 57 , 93 , 177
    Wood, Emily: 169
    Wood, Emma: 84
    Woodke, Robert: 88
    Woodlyn, Sjon: 84
    Worthen, Helena: 137
    Wozniak, Sara: 11
    Xiao, Jingjia: 163
    Xiao, Qing: 163
    Yee, Sharon: 101
    Yeomans, Kaitlin: 21
    Yep, Kathy: 82
    Yildiz, Muhammed: 160
    Yoon, Soo-Yeon: 102
    Young, Carly: 65
    Young, Matthew: 129
    Zahn, Diana: 68
    Zaman, Alishba: 153
    Zarate, Rosa: 85
    Zarazua Padilla, Albertina: 149
    Zavita, Karma Rose: 60
    Zhang, Cynthia: 61 , 100
    Zhang, Xiaoya: 28 , 58
    Ziyanak, Sebahattin: 79
    Zuniga, Sophia: 35