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WSSA Awards 2016 - Association for Borderlands Studies
WELCOME
Dear Social Science Colleagues:
Welcome to Reno, Nevada for the 58th Annual Conference of the
Western Social Science Association (WSSA). The Western Social
Sciences Association Annual Conference offers a wonderful opportunity
to interact and learn from our colleagues both within our disciplines
and across the social sciences. In the decade that I have been involved
with the WSSA, I have been continuously struck by the topical overlap
across the range of disciplines represented at our conference, offering
attendees the occasion to get out of our silos and to learn from research
on topics closely related to our own work but from alternative
methodological or theoretical perspectives. In addition to representing
the range of traditional social science disciplines, almost half of our
sections are interdisciplinary or multidisciplinary. I strongly encourage
you to take some time to look through this program and consider
attending sessions outside of your discipline.
Another characteristic that makes our conference unique and especially
valuable is our international participation. While our organization’s title
typically guides the location of our conference sites within western North
America, our two largest sections, Association of Borderland Studies and
Latin American Studies are comprised of scholars from around the
world. Our Canadian Studies, Australian and New Zealand Studies, and
Globalization and Development sections further complement the
international reach of the scholarship represented.
Finally, we are particularly proud of our ongoing efforts to make the
WSSA an inclusive and accessible organization. We value the inclusion
of scholars with disabilities with both on-site accessibility services and
the unique opportunity for scholars unable to travel due to a disability
to present their research via Skype. We also prioritize keeping both
registration and hotel conference rates low in order to make this
conference accessible to scholars with varying levels of travel support
from their home institutions. The WSSA’s outreach to both graduate and
undergraduate students is significant: our grants, competitions and awards
support the next generation of social scientists by subsidizing their
attendance at the Conference. WSSA also raises funds for a local charity
each year at our Conference (and double-matches the amount generated
thus tripling the total dollars). In Reno, please consider supporting the Food
Bank of Northern Nevada by attending our Friday, April 15, 2016, breakfast
and donating generously. This breakfast is just one of the complimentary
social events, be sure to also join us for the Wednesday Welcome Reception
and the Saturday President’s Reception/ Awards Ceremony as we enjoy the
ambiance of collegiality and intellectual engagement.
I am grateful to President-Elect, Michèle Companion who (along with
Dianne Berry and our hard-working Section Coordinators) has pulled
together a noteworthy Conference Program. We hope you find this year’s
Conference rewarding and enjoyable. Executive Director Larry Gould and
Communications Director Kate Herke will be on hand to ensure events run
smoothly. We look forward to another exciting Annual Conference
exemplifying our ideals of Scholarship, Service and Collegiality as we meet
in Reno.
Regards,
Heather Albanesi
President, Western Social Science Association
Contents
Acknowledgments
WSSA President's Welcome Letter
About the 58th Conference
Next Year’s Conference Announcement
Program Overview and Special Events
WSSA Awards
WSSA Section Coordinators
African and African American Studies
American Indian Studies
American Studies
Anthropology
Arid Lands Studies and Geography
Asian Studies
Association of Borderlands Studies
Canadian Studies
Chicano/Latino/Hispanic Studies
Chronic Disease and Disability
Communication Studies
Criminal Justice and Criminology
Economics: Association for
Institutional Thought
Economics: Business and Finance
Economics: General
Environmental Policy and Natural
Resources Management
Globalization and Development
History
Latin American Studies
Mass Communication
New Zealand and Australia Studies
Political Science
Public Administration
Public Finance and Budgeting
Rural and Agricultural Studies
Slavic Studies
Social Psychology
Social Work
Sociology
Urban Studies
Women’s and Gender Studies
Special Sessions
Index of Participants
Advertisements
Conference Notes
Hotel Layout - Back Cover
Abstracts available at
http://www.WSSAweb.com
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WSSA 58th Annual Conference
Scholarship, Service and Collegiality
Western Social Science Association
The Western Social Science Association (formerly the Rocky Mountain Social Science Association) was
founded in 1958 when the Social Sciences Section of the Colorado-Wyoming Academy of Science was
reconstituted as an independent organization. On January 1, 1975, the name was changed to the
Western Social Science Association (WSSA) to reflect the geographical representation of the Association.
The purpose of the WSSA is to foster professional study, to advance research, and to promote the
teaching of the social sciences. Membership is open to all who share its aims. The WSSA publishes the
Social Science Journal, a newsletter, and an annual program and abstracts for the conference. Several
affiliated organizations meet concurrently with the WSSA and share in developing the program.
For more information contact:
Larry A. Gould, Executive Director
Professor Emeritus, NAU
2307 Chof Trail
Flagstaff, AZ 86005
E-mail: [email protected]
Phone: (928) 606-2248
WSSA Officers
President: Heather Albanesi, University of Colorado Colorado Springs
Immediate Past-President: N. Prabha Unnithan, Colorado State University
President-Elect: Michèle Companion, University of Colorado Colorado Springs
Vice President/Secretary: Kristina Lybecker, Colorado College
Executive Council Members 2015-2016
Barbara Bonnekessen (2016), Pittsburg State University
Lynda Dickson (2016), University of Colorado Colorado Springs
William Schaniel (2016), University of West Georgia
Anthony Amato (2017), Southwest Minnesota State University
Christina Medina (2017), New Mexico State University
Jesus Ruiz Flores (2017), University of Guadalajara at La Cienga
Debra Andrist (2018), Sam Houston State University
Mary Jo Tippeconnic Fox (2018), University of Arizona
Stephen Mumme (2018), Colorado State University
Ex-Officio Council Members
Larry Gould, Executive Director, Northern Arizona University-Yuma
Stephanie Witt, Editor, Social Science Journal, Boise State University
Chelsea Schelly, Book Review Editor, Social Science Journal, Michigan Technical University
Nina Burkardt, Association Archivist, United States Geological Survey
Kate Herke, Communications Director, Louisiana Office of Student Financial Assistance
James G. Linn, Coordinator for Member Recruitment and Retention, Optimal Solutions in Healthcare
and International Development
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Join Us Next Year in San Francisco, CA!
Western Social Science Association
April 12 – 17, 2017
Hyatt Regency Embarcadero
Plan now to join us for another great meeting in San Francisco! We have negotiated an amazing
room rate relative to the area to keep the costs down for scholars! The Western Social Science
Association invites proposals for presentations at the 59th Annual Conference. Proposals for
complete panels and individual papers, as well as posters, are welcome. You can submit your
proposal through the WSSA website (www.wssaweb.com). Click on the “Sections” options, identify
the section that most fits with your topic, and submit only to that one section. If you are having a
difficult trying to identify the best fit for your abstract, please contact the section coordinators
directly. Their contact information can be found by clicking on the section.
Deadline for proposals is: December 1, 2016.
You will be prompted to provide the following information:
Title of presentation,
Name, affiliation, mailing address, telephone number, and email address for all
participants
Abstract (not to exceed 200 words)
Scholars willing to serve as moderators or discussants should indicate their interest to the
appropriate section coordinator listed on the website. All participants are required to register for the
conference prior to March 1, 2017.
For additional information, please consult the website at www.wssaweb.com
Looking forward to seeing you in San Francisco for another gathering of
scholarship, service and collegiality!
Future WSSA Conference Locations:
WSSA 2018
San Antonio, TX
Hyatt Regency
April 4 – 7, 2018
WSSA 2019
San Diego, CA
Manchester Grand Hyatt
April 24 – 27, 2019
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WSSA 2020
Portland, OR
Marriot Downtown Waterfront
April 1 – 4, 2020
Program Overview and Special Events
Wednesday, April 13, 2016
7:30am to 4:00pm
3:00pm to 6:45pm
3:00pm to 6:45pm
2:30pm to 5:30pm
6:00pm to 7:30pm
The Board Room
Nevada Conference
Nevada Conference
Shasta
Nevada Conference and
Exhibition Center
Conference Registration
Publishers’ Book Exhibit
Concurrent Panel Sessions
Coffee Break
7:30am to 5:00pm
8:00am to 6:00pm
8:00am to 6:00pm
9:15am
Film: “The Colours of the Sea”
11:30 to 12:45
Nevada CEC
Nevada CEC
See Program
Nevada CEC
Mezzanine Foyer
McKinley
Coffee Break
2:30pm
Nevada CEC
Mezzanine Foyer
2:45-4:15
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WSSA Executive Council Meeting
Conference Registration
Publishers’ Book Exhibit
Association for Borderland Studies Board Meeting
WSSA Welcome Reception All attendees invited
WSSA Recepción de bienvenida: Todos los
asistentes invitados
Thursday, April 14, 2016
African American Studies Business Meeting
American Indian Studies Business Meeting
6:15 to 7:30pm
ABS Plenary Session: ABS Lifetime Achievement Award
6:15pm to 7:30pm
Shasta
Association for Institutional Thought Banquet and
membership meeting
6:15pm to 9:30pm
(Off-Site)
Conference Registration
7:30 am to 5:00 pm
Nevada CEC
WSSA Breakfast All attendees invited
7:15 am to 8:45 am
Nevada CEC
Friday, April 15, 2016
WSSA Give-Back: At this complimentary breakfast, donations
will be solicited for The Food Bank of Northern Nevada*
WSSA Desayuno Todos los asistentes invitados
WSSA Give-Back: En este desayuno son bienvenidas las donaciones para el Food Bank de North Nevada *
Nevada CEC
Publishers’ Book Exhibit
Concurrent Panel Sessions
Coffee Break
8:00 am to 6:00 pm
8:00am to 6:00 pm
9:15am
Arid Land Studies and Geography Business Meeting
9:45am to 11:15am
Presidential Luncheon: Ticketed Event
WSSA President Heather Albanesi: "Title: TBA"
11:30 am to 1:00 pm Nevada CEC
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See Program
Nevada CEC
Mezzanine Foyer
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PROGRAM OVERVIEW AND SPECIAL
EVENTS
Friday, April 15, 2016 continued
Coffee Break
2:30 pm
Latin American Studies Section Business Meeting
2:45pm to 4:15pm
Nevada CEC
Mezzanine Foyer
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WSSA Business Meeting
WSSA Section Coordinators Meeting
4:30pm to 5:00pm
5:00pm to 6:00pm
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ABS Business Meeting
ABS Reception By invitation to Association for
Borderlands Studies members only
6:00pm to 7:00pm
Shasta
7:00pm to 9:00pm
Nevada CEC
Saturday, April 16, 2016
Conference Registration
WSSA Executive Council Meeting
Publishers’ Book Exhibit
Concurrent Panel Sessions
Coffee Break
7:30 am to 12:00pm
8:00am to 1:30pm
8:00am to 1:00pm
8:00am to 6:00pm
9:15am
Slavic Studies Business Meeting
9:45pm to 11:15pm
Nevada CEC
See Program
Nevada CEC
Mezzanine Foyer
Whitney
Rural and Agricultural Studies fieldtrip
9:45 to 4:15
N5
Film: “The Mediterranean Frontiers: MazaraMahdia”
11:30 to 12:45
McKinley
Special Session: Health, Policy, and Practice
Special Session: Navigating the Publishing World
Mireille Yanow, Palgrave McMillan
8:00 to 9:30
1:00pm to 2:30
N8
N9
WSSA President’s Reception All attendees invited
WSSA La recepción del presidente Todos los
asistentes invitados
6:30pm to 8:00pm
Nevada CEC
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Nevada CEC
The Board Room
*WSSA
Give Back
In 2012, the Western Social Science Association revitalized our organizational mission of service
at the Annual Conference in Houston, by hosting a fund drive for a local charity. Conference
attendees gave generously and we were extremely pleased to raise more than $2,100 for the
Houston Food Bank. The following year(2013), in Denver, we were thrilled to raise even more, a
total of $2,671 for the Food Bank of the Rockies, and in 2014, we raised $2070 for Roadrunner
Food Bank of New Mexico. In Portland in 2015, we raised $2,500!
Your donation is tax deductible and receipts will be available at the donation table, along with
information about hunger in Northern Nevada and the types of programs offered by the food
bank.
The Food Bank of Northern Nevada (http://www.fbnn.org) is dedicated to eradicating food
insecurity by helping individuals and their communities increase self-sufficiency and food
security status. However, with unemployment rates and food, gas, and housing prices
remaining high, demand for their services has increased in their 90,000 square mile service
area. They provided more than 14.4 million meals last fiscal year.
WSSA Spotlight on Local Organizations: Nevada Urban Indians, Inc.
WSSA is proud to sponsor Nevada Urban Indians Inc. as our Spotlight Local Organization!
They are a 501(c)3 nonprofit organization that is funded by various federal, state, and private
grants to serve the urban Indian population of Nevada. Nevada Urban Indians was founded in
1975 to provide outreach and referral services to American Indians living in the urban areas of
Washoe County and Carson City. Currently, they offer a variety of programs that include
community health and medical services and target issues such as diabetes education and
outreach, exercise referral, and substance abuse counseling. They also provide domestic
violence assistance, suicide prevention outreach, education and tutoring assistance for K-12
students, and assistance with college searches and financial aid and Pell Grant applications.
They actively partner with tribal, Federal, state, and local organizations to enhance the
services that they provide and expand their outreach into the community. They also work with
the University of Nevada’s Intertribal Higher Education Program!
This is an amazing organization that is doing truly incredible things for the Indian community
and general public! Come by their table near the registration area during the conference to
learn more about them and introduce yourself! Learn more about them by visiting their web
page (http://www.nevadaurbanindians.org/) or their Facebook page
(https://www.facebook.com/pages/Nevada-Urban-Indians/222770727751839).
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WSSA Awards 2016
Awards to be presented at the President’s Luncheon
Friday April 15, 2016 - 11:30 am to 1:00 pm (Nevada CEC)
Past-President's Outstanding New Scholar Award
Dr. KuoRay Mao, Sociology, Colorado State University
President's Outstanding New Scholar Award
Dr. Liat Ben-Moshe, Disability Studies Program, University of Toledo
President-Elect's Outstanding New Scholar Award
Dr. Julie K. Maldonado, Anthropology, University of California – Santa
Barbara
Awards to be presented at the WSSA President’s Reception
Saturday April 16, 2016 - 6:30pm to 8:00pm (Nevada CEC)
WSSA Distinguished Book Award
Susan Starr Sered (Suffolk University) and Maureen Norton-Hawk (Suffolk
University: Can't Catch a Break: Gender, Jail, Drugs, and the Limits of Personal
Responsibility (2014, University of California Press).
Larry Gould Best Article Award
Lacey N. Wallace. June 2015. "Responding to violence with guns: Mass
shootings and gun acquisition." The Social Science Journal 52(2): 156–167.
John Wicks Dissertation Award
Joseph Kellner, University of California - Berkeley
“The End of History: Belief and the Soviet Collapse”
Vine Deloria, Jr., Student Paper Competition Award
TBA
Bert & Phyllis Lamb Prize in Political Science
Quinn Massaroni, Bryant University
WSSA Student Paper Competition Award - Best Undergraduate Paper
Winner: Luke Koran, North Dakota State University
“A Journey from Frontiersmen to Historian: The Letters of George Northrup”
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WSSA Awards 2016, cont.
Awards to be presented at the WSSA President’s Reception
Saturday April 16, 2016 - 6:30pm to 8:00pm (Nevada CEC)
WSSA Student Paper Competition Award – Best Graduate Papers
Winner: Jesus Madrigal, University of California - Berkeley
“My Moving Frescoes": Sergei Eisenstein and Mexican Muralism
Winner: Jared L. Talley, Boise State University
“Look What the Cat Dragged In: Domestic Cats, Their Prey, and Socially
Constructed Policy”
Honorable mention: Reuben Addo, Colorado State University
“Homeless Individuals’ Social Construction of a Public Park”
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WSSA 2016 Section Coordinators
African and African-American Studies
Criminal Justice and Criminology
Political Science
Stephen Brown, California Baptist College Kevin Thompson,
Ross Burkhart, Boise State University
North Dakota State University
American Indian Studies
Public Administration
Alisse Eli-Joseph,
Economics: Association for
Viola Fuentes, Northern Arizona University
Karen Jarrett-Snider,
Institutional Thought (AFIT)
- East Valley Extended Campus
Northern Arizona University
Tonia Warnecke, Rollins College
Chandra Commuri, California State
University - Bakersfield
American Studies
Economics: Business and Finance Patsy Kraeger, Arizona State University
Darrin Grinder,
Kashi Nath Tiwari,
Northwest Nazarene University
KNT’s Academic Financial Research
Public Finance and Budgeting
Thad Calabrese, New York University
Anthropology
Economics: General
Chris Goodman, University of NebraskaLynda Dickson,
Chris Erickson,
Omaha
University of Colorado Colorado Springs New Mexico State University
Rural and Agricultural Studies
Arid Lands Studies and Geography
Environmental Policy and Natural
Jessica Clark, Western Wyoming
Mark Melichar,
Resource Management
Community College
Tennessee Tech University
Chelsea Schelly,
Andrea Mott, Cowley Community College
Michigan Technological University
Asian Studies
Slavic Studies
Meghna Sabharwal,
Globalization and Development
Robert Niebuhr, Arizona State University
University of Texas–Dallas
Pete Martini, Heidelberg University Ohio
Social Psychology
Association of Borderlands Studies
History
Pete Martini, Heidelberg University Ohio
Martha Patricia Barraza de Anda,
Monica Gallamore,
Universidad Autonoma de Ciudad Juarez University of Central Oklahoma
Social Work
Melissa Langley Biegert,
Moises Diaz, Utah State University
Canadian Studies
Austin Community College
Bill Pederson, Northern Arizona University
Ross Burkhart, Boise State University
-Yuma
Latin American Studies
Chicano/Latino/Hispanic Studies
Jesus Ruiz Flores,
Sociology
Debra D. Andrist,
Universidad de Guadalajara
Lynda Dickson,
Sam Houston State University
Ignacio Medina-Nunez,
University of Colorado Colorado Springs
Universidad de Guadalajara
Chronic Disease and Disability
Urban Studies
James G. Linn, Optimal Solutions in
Mass Communication
Thomas Sammons, University of Louisiana
Healthcare & International Development
Mary Jackson-Pitts,
-Lafayette
Susan Foster, Rochester Institute of
Lily Zeng,
Technology
Arkansas State University
Women’s and Gender Studies
Cynthia D. Jackson, Walden University
Diane Calloway-Graham,
Debra Rose Wilson
New Zealand & Australia Studies Utah State University
Tennessee State University
William C. Schaniel,
Barbara Bonnekessen,
University of West Georgia
Pittsburg State University
Communication Studies
Suzzanne Kelley,
Kevin Mitchell,
North Dakota State University
College of Southern Nevada
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AFRICAN AND AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES
AFRICAN AND AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES
Stephen Brown
California Baptist University
Panel 1
Women
THURSDAY
8:00 – 9:30 am
N3
Panel 2
“Transformational Leadership and Resilience, AfricanAmerican Female Nonprofit Leaders”
Donovan Branche, Mary Baldwin College
“Black Women Do Breastfeed?”
Lauren Harris, New Mexico Highlands University
“African American Women and Mentorship: On the
Road to Tenure”
Brenda Randle, Arkansas State University
Education
THURSDAY
9:45 – 11:15 am
N3
“Revolting Mathematics - How the Mathematics
Education Crisis Disproportionately Affects African
Diaspora Students and Composite of Solutions to This
Crisis”
R. A. Drew, University of Nevada, Reno
“Cultural Competency: Examining The Post-Secondary
Plight of Minority Male Students”
Arnold Bell, College of Southern Nevada
“Understanding the Matrix of Race, Class, Gender, and
Cultural Competency in Analyzing Same Race Students
and Teacher Arguments”
Theodore S. Ransaw, Michigan State University
Panel 3
Culture
THURSDAY
1:00 – 2:30 pm
N3
“A Cut Above: Chief Black Eunuchs of the Ottoman
Empire”
George Junne, Jr., University of Northern Colorado
“A Review of Literature on Pidgin and Creole Language
Acquisition and Use: Eske ou Pale Krey? (Do You Speak
Haitian Creole?)”
Larry Edmonds, Arizona State University
“Public Attitudes toward Homosexuality in Africa”
Nicholas Alozieand Kathy Thomas, Arizona State
University
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AFRICAN AND AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDIES
Panel 4
Business Meeting
THURSDAY
2:45 – 4:15 pm
African and African American Studies
Business Meeting and Planning Session
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AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES
AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES
Karen Jarratt-Snider
Northern Arizona University
Alisse Ali-Joseph
Northern Arizona University
Panel 1
Issues in American Indian and Indigenous Studies
Moderator
Alisse Ali-Joseph, Northern Arizona University
“Cross-Cultural Interactions in Public Spaces:
Demystifying Graffiti Muralism and American Indian
Semiotic Signatures on the Modern Landscape”
THURSDAY
Gavin A. Healey, University of Arizona
8:00 – 9:30 am
“Native American Tribal Sovereignty in the U.S. State
Courts of Last Resort”
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John Kilwein, West Virginia University
“Boarding School Blues: Crossing Borders in the
Narratives of Zitkala-Sa and Sherman Alexie”
Margaret Urie, University of Nevada Reno
Panel 2
Indigenizing Curriculum
Moderator
Karen Jarratt-Snider, Northern Arizona University
“Sustainability Innovations in Education: Teaching and
Learning in Indigenous Land-based Contexts”
Tracy L. Friedel, University of British Columbia
THURSDAY
9:45 – 11:15 am
N10
“Lessons Learned from an Indigenous Land-based
Curriculum: The Southwest Native Lands Semester”
Karen Jarratt-Snider, Alisse Ali-Joseph, Octaviana Trujillo,
and Marianne Nielsen, Northern Arizona University
“Can We All Just Get Along? A Case for
Interdisciplinary Research and Pedagogy: A
Partnership between Urban Planning and American
Indian Studies on Issues of Indian Community
Development”
Michelle Hale, Arizona State University
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AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES
Panel 3
Roundtable: Student Experiences of Learning in an
Indigenous Problem and Place-based Curriculum
Moderator
Alisse Ali-Joseph, Northern Arizona University
THURSDAY
1:00 – 2:30 pm
N10
Discussants:
Daniel Barraza, Northern Arizona University
Athena Talk, Northern Arizona University
Ulali Phillip, Northern Arizona University
Andria Begay, Northern Arizona University
Darrien Benally, Coconino Community College
Allison Melo, Coconino Community College
Patricia Bancroft, Northern Arizona University
Panel 4
American Indian Criminal Justice Issues
(CROSSLISTED WITH CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND
CRIMINOLOGY)
Moderator
Marianne Nielsen, Northern Arizona University
“The First Hate Crime Against American Indians”
Marianne Nielsen, Northern Arizona University
THURSDAY
2:45 – 4:15 pm
N10
“Three Strikes, You’re Incarcerated: How Law
Enforcement Detection, Classification, and Sentencing
Results in the Disproportionate Incarceration of
American Indians in Montana”
Moana Verco, TURN Research
“Violence against Native Women: A Washíw
Perspective”
Patrick Burtt, Fort Lewis College
“Racial Differences and Structural Predictors in
Female-Male Intimate Assault Ratios”
Lisa Tichavsky, Northern Arizona University
Panel 5
American Indian Health and Education
Moderator
Stephen Sachs, Indiana University–Purdue University Indianapolis
THURSDAY
4:30 – 6:00 pm
N10
“American Indian College Athletes: Accessing
Education through Sport”
Alisse Ali-Joseph, Northern Arizona University
“History and Historical Trauma: Determinants of
American Indian Health”
Tennille Marley, Arizona State University
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AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES
Panel 6
Business Meeting
THURSDAY
6:15 – 7:30 pm
N10
American Indian Studies Section Business
Meeting
Panel 7
Roundtable: Identifying and Utilizing Stakeholders in K-12
Education to Build American Indian/Alaska Native
Education Initiatives
Moderator
Saundra Mitrovich, University of Nevada, Reno
FRIDAY
8:00 – 9:30 am
N10
Discussants:
Saundra Mitrovich, University of Nevada, Reno
Fredrina Drye Romero, Nevada Department of Education
Kari Emm, University of Nevada, Reno
Marissa Weaselboy, University of Nevada, Reno
Lynsie Dunn, Washoe County School District
Panel 8
Discussion on Various Works of Vine Deloria, Jr.
Moderator
Nick Peroff, University of Missouri-Kansas City
FRIDAY
9:45 – 11:15 am
N10
“Situating the Writings of Vine Deloria, Jr. within the
Discourse of Critical Theory”
April Marie Bond, University of Arizona
“Theory in Action and through Story: Dominant
Themes of American Indian Studies through the Lens
of Vine Deloria, Jr.’s Text, Singing for a Spirit.”
Matthew David Schwoebel, University of Arizona
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AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES
Panel 9
Issues in Colonization and Indigenous Peoples
Moderator
Rick Wheelock, Fort Lewis College
“Ve’ho’o Tells the Best Lies: The Cheyenne Perspective
of Colonization”
Leo Killsback, Arizona State University
FRIDAY
1:00 – 2:30 pm
N10
“Inquiries into and an Argument for the Tewa
Language at P’osuwaegeh Owingeh”
Samuel Villarreal Catanach, Arizona State University
“The Possible Return of Indian Termination Policy: A
Menominee Perspective”
Nick Peroff, University of Missouri-Kansas City; and Gary
Besaw, Menominee Indian Tribe of Wisconsin
Panel 10
Examining Native American Issues On and Off the
Reservation
(CROSSLISTED WITH PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION)
“Sustainability on the Rez”
Kaene Antonio, Arizona State University
FRIDAY
1:00 – 2:30 pm
N11
“Examining Technology Knowledge of Native
Millennials”
Brenton Begay, Virnel Demby, and Misaki Maruyama,
Arizona State University
“Engaging in Casino Building as Economic
Development by the Tohono O’odham Nation”
Viola Fuentes, Northern Arizona University
Panel 11
Roundtable: Research Updates in American Indian/Native
American Justice
(CROSSLISTED WITH CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND
CRIMINOLOGY)
Moderator
Marianne Nielsen, Northern Arizona University
FRIDAY
2:45 – 4:15 pm
N10
Discussants:
Marianne Nielsen, Northern Arizona University
Eileen Luna-Firebaugh, University of Arizona
Anne Luna-Gordinier, Susquehanna University
Cheryl Redhorse Bennet, Fort Lewis College
Karen Jarratt-Snider, Northern Arizona University
Linda Robyn, Northern Arizona University
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AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES
Panel 12
Media, American Indians, and Indigenous Peoples
Moderator
Leo Killsback, Arizona State University
FRIDAY
4:30 – 6:00 pm
N10
“Experiences in Indian Self-determination: Nativizing
Concepts of Journalism to Help Empower Indigenous
Communities”
Rick Wheelock, Fort Lewis College
“Whose Lives Matter? The Media’s Failure to Cover
Police Shootings of Native Americans”
Roger J. Chin, Jean Schroedel, and Lily Rowen, Claremont
Graduate University
Panel 13
Applied Indigenous Studies: Establishing a Broad
Foundation for Nation-Nation Building
Moderator
Octaviana Trujillo, Northern Arizona University
SATURDAY
8:00 – 9:30 am
N10
Discussants:
Jonathan Yellowhair, Northern Arizona University
Deann Nishimura-Thornton, Northern Arizona University
Shine Salt, Northern Arizona University
Panel 14
Roundtable: Why You Can’t Teach Without American
Indians: Integrating North American Tribal History,
Knowledge, Methodologies, and Ethics into the
College/University General Education Curriculum
Moderator
Christopher Riggs, Lewis-Clark State College
SATURDAY
9:45 – 11:15 am
N10
Discussants:
Chris Norden, Lewis-Clark State College
Christopher Riggs, Lewis-Clark State College
Bill Hayne, Lewis-Clark State College
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AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES
Panel 15
Issues in American Indian Studies II
Moderator
Karen Jarratt-Snider, Northern Arizona University
“Self-Contrual’s Influence on the Subjective Happiness
of Native Americans”
Amoneeta Beckstein, Arizona State University
SATURDAY
1:00 – 2:30 pm
N10
“Reclaiming Dene Womanhood in Our Stories”
Mahalia Newmark, Arizona State University
“Returning to Reciprocity: Re-conceptualizing
Economics and Development, an Indigenous
Economics for the Twenty-first Century”
Stephen Sachs and Donna Kay Dial, Indiana University –
Purdue University Indianapolis; and Christina A. Clamp,
Southern New Hampshire College
“Reckoning with the Legacies of American Settler
Colonialism in the Great Plains: The Indian Claims
Commission as a Failure of Truth and Reconciliation”
Baligh Ben Taleb, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
8
AMERICAN STUDIES
AMERICAN STUDIES
Darrin L. Grinder
Northwest Nazarene University
Panel 1
Moderator
American Studies
Darrin L. Grinder, Northwest Nazarene University
“Back in Greece, Back in Price: The Dual Diaspora of
the Carbon County Greeks”
Katherine Kelaidis, Community College of Aurora,
FRIDAY
Colorado
9:45 – 11:15 am
N12
“‘You Wanna Humanize the Homeless? Then Humanize
the Homeless’: Transferring the Biopolitics of
Homelessness in Karen Tei Yamashita’s Tropic of
Orange to Reno’s Homelessness Discourse”
Jasmine Hankey, University of Nevada, Reno
“The Bad Analogy between Governments and
Individuals: An Investigation into the Post-Crisis
Austerity Language in the U.S.”
Rojhat B. Avsar, Columbia College, Chicago
9
ANTHROPLOGY
ANTHROPOLOGY
Lynda Dickson
University of Colorado Colorado Springs
Panel 1
Shifting Cultural Controversies
(CROSSLISTED WITH SOCIOLOGY)
THURSDAY
9:45 – 11:15 pm
“Pro-Birth vs. Pro-Life: Time to Flip the Switch on
Labels and Their Meanings in the Abortion Debate”
Lynda Dickson, University of Colorado Colorado Springs
Ruby 1
“CPS Enforcement in an Era of Legalized Marijuana”
Jebadiha E. Potterf, Colorado State University
Panel 2
Social Inequality
(CROSSLISTED WITH SOCIOLOGY)
Moderator
Lynda Dickson, University of Colorado Colorado Springs
“The Nature, Extent, and Sources of Income and
Wealth Inequality in the United States”
Berch Berberoglu, University of Nevada, Reno
THURSDAY
4:30 – 6:00 pm
Ruby 1
“It’s Not Society, It’s You: The Davis-Moore
Hypothesis, The Bell Curve, and Structural
Functionalists’ Interpretations of Social Stratification”
Scott David Parker, Sierra College
“Ballin’ the Jack: The Rise of Public Funding for
Entrepreneurial Activity in the West”
David Throgmorton, Carbon County Higher Education
Center
“Answering Economic Imperialism with Progressive
Anthropology”
Stefanie Cole, University of Missouri – Kansas City
10
ANTHROPLOGY
Panel 3
Women, Crime, and Deviance
(CROSSLISTED WITH SOCIOLOGY AND WOMEN’S AND
GENDER STUDIES)
FRIDAY
8:00 – 9:30 am
Ruby 1
“Gang Membership and Trouble with the Police”
Richard Dukes and Shelby Shively, University of Colorado
Colorado Springs
“The Effect of Child Abuse on Future Romantic
Relationship Quality”
Shelby Shively, University of Colorado Colorado Springs
“The Unexplored Gender Dynamics of the Stop-andFrisk Policy from a Quantitative and Spatial
Perspective”
Roger J. Chin, Claremont Graduate University
“Incarceration by Any Other Name: The Unholy
Alliance of Religion, Therapeutic Culture and the
State”
Susan Sered, Suffolk University
Panel 4
Controversies in Higher Education
(CROSSLISTED WITH SOCIOLOGY)
Moderator
Lynda Dickson, University of Colorado Colorado Springs
“Investigating Student Opinions on Proposed
Affirmative Consent Policies Regarding Sexual
Relationships in Arizona Colleges”
SATURDAY
Keith Hullenaar, Northern Arizona University
9:45 – 11:15 am
N4
“Athletics Programs, Structure of Time and Its
Negative Effects on Football Players’ Social and
Academic Lives”
Audie Daniel Wood, Idaho State University
“How I See Me: The Effect of Self-perception on
Academic and Future Success”
Dianne M. Berry, Univeristy of Colorado Colorado Springs
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ANTHROPLOGY
Panel 5
Inequalities, Two
(CROSSLISTED WITH SOCIOLOGY)
Moderator
Lynda Dickson, University of Colorado Colorado Springs
“Trends in Polygynous Marriages in West Africa:
Cohort Differences and Education Effects in Ghana”
Foster Amey and Linxin Xie, Middle Tennessee State
SATURDAY
University; and Ami R. Moore, University of North Texas
1:00 – 2:30 pm
N4
“Microaggressions, Microinequities, and Vegetarians: A
Quantitative Study”
Michael Briscoe, University of Colorado Colorado Springs
“Perceptions of Exported Race Identities of the United
States and Understanding Their Macro-Scale
Consequences”
Brielle Giesemann, Northern Arizona University
“Homeless Individuals’ Social Construction of a Public
Park”
Reuben Addo, Colorado State University
12
ARID LANDS STUDIES AND GEOGRAPHY
ARID LANDS STUDIES AND GEOGRAPHY
Mark Melichar
Tennessee Tech University
Panel 1
Weather Patterns, Climate Change, and the Economic Impact
of Drought on Arid States
Moderator
Mark Melichar, Tennessee Tech University
“A Spectral Analysis of El Nino Activity in California”
Joseph Earley, Loyola Marymount University; Archie
Calise, City University of New York; Eduardo Santillan,
FRIDAY
Orange County Children’s Foundation; and Sara Earley,
8:00 – 9:30 am
Los Angeles County Department of Mental Health
N11
“Do Droughts Stunt Economic Growth? Evidence from
Arid States”
Mark Melichar, Tennessee Tech University
“Changepoints and Climate Change: A Re-evaluation of
Pie Creek Shelter”
Mark E. Hall, Bureau of Land Management
“Studying the Importance of Student Involvement in
Large Lecture Courses: Do Engaged Students Perform
Better?”
Daniel D. Kuester, Kansas State University
Panel 2
Business Meeting
FRIDAY
9:45 – 11:15 am
N11
Association for Arid Lands Studies Business
Meeting
13
ARID LANDS STUDIES AND GEOGRAPHY
Panel 3
Moderator
Climate, Conflict, and Cooperation
(CROSSLISTED WITH POLITICAL SCIENCE AND SOCIOLOGY)
Markus Kemmelmeier, University of Nevada, Reno
“Climate Induced Conflict and Cooperation: Assessing
the State of the Literature and Directions Forward”
Derek Kauneckis, Ohio University and YiJyun Lin,
SATURDAY
University of Nevada, Reno
8:00 – 9:30 am
McKinley
“Diseases, Crops, Institutions, and Culture: How
Climate Variability Influences the Likelihood of
Conflict”
YiJyun Lin, University of Nevada, Reno
“An Evolutionary Selection Model of Climate Change
and Pastoralist Conflict in East Africa”
Nicholas Seltzer, University of Nevada, Reno
“Exploring the Role of Local Governance System in
Mitigating Climate Stress in the Truckee/Carson River
Systems”
Karen Simpson and Loretta Singletary, University of
Nevada, Reno; and Derek Kauneckis and Azamat Tashev,
Ohio University
“Climate Change’s Effect on Crime”
Markus Kemmelmeier and YiJyun Lin, University of
Nevada, Reno
14
ASIAN STUDIES
ASIAN STUDIES
Meghna Sabharwal
University of Texas – Dallas
Panel 1
Popular and Ritualistic Cultures in Japan
Moderator
Discussant
Barbara Greene, University of Arizona
Stephen Thomas, University of Colorado, Denver
“Manga and Anime as an Art Form in the United
States”
Rebecca Roe, Azusa Pacific University
SATURDAY
8:00 – 9:30 am
Ruby 1
“Harmonizing of the Five Viscera and Exorcising
Demons: Myoan Eisai’s Taoist-Esoteric Buddhist Tea
Ritual for Preserving Life”
Lixia Dong, University of Arizona
“Popularizing Agrarian Nationalism: The Case of
Moyashimon”
Barbara Greene, University of Arizona
Panel 2
Social, Political and Cultural Influences in China
Moderator
Discussant
Liang Yu Zhang-Moran, California State University, Long Beach
Rebecca Roe, Azusa Pacific University
“Bare Branches: An Exposed China”
Anthony Ogbuli, University of Texas at Dallas
SATURDAY
9:45 – 11:15 am
Ruby 1
“The Influence of China’s 1842-1949”
Stephen Thomas and Ji Chen, University of Colorado,
Denver
“Blood and Tears under Mao’s Mass Culture”
Liang Yu Zhang-Moran, California State University, Long
Beach
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ASIAN STUDIES
Panel 3
Changing Economies and Impact of Globalization on
Communication and Technology in Asia
Moderator
Discussant
June Macon, Colorado State University
Meghna Sabharwal, University of Texas at Dallas
“South Koreans and Americas Frame for Race
Relations”
June Macon, Colorado State University
SATURDAY
1:00 – 2:30 pm
Ruby 1
“The Correlation of a Changing Economic Structure
and the Government’s Loosening Media Control in
North Korea: An Analysis of South Korean Media
Infiltration into North Korea”
Tomo Murakami, California State University, Long Beach
“Sustainable Development in Pakistan”
Ayesha Tahir Hashmi, University of Texas at Dallas
Panel 4
The Power of Education: Empowerment and Cultural
Assimilation
Moderator
Discussant
Roli Varma, University of New Mexico
Ie May Freeman, Azusa Pacific University
“Asian Gangs in America: Why Should They Matter to
Education?”
Ie May Freeman, Azusa Pacific University
SATURDAY
2:45 – 4:15 pm
Ruby 1
“Paradox of Empowerment and Marginalization:
Women in Computer Science in India”
Roli Varma, University of New Mexico
“Cultural Assimilation and Stereotypes Faced by Asian
Indian Faculty Members Employed in the US”
Meghna Sabharwal, Elissa J. Colich, University of Texas at
Dallas; and Roli Varma, University of New Mexico
16
ASSOCIATION FOR BORDERLANDS STUDIES
ASSOCIATION FOR BORDERLANDS STUDIES
Martha Patricia Barraza De Anda
Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez
Panel 1
Board Meeting
WEDNESDAY
2:30 – 5:30 pm
Shasta
Association for Borderland Studies
Board Meeting
Panel 2
International Borders in Globalization / Fronteras
Internacionales en la Globalización
Moderator
Discussant
Victor Konrad, Carleton University
Emmanuel Brunet-Jailly, University of Victoria
“Canada’s Borders in Globalization”
Emmanuel Brunet-Jailly, University of Victoria
THURSDAY
8:00 – 9:30 am
Shasta
“The Dutch-German Border Region as a BIG-region”
Martin van der Velde, Radboud University Nijmegen, The
Netherlands
“Borders, Border Crises, and the EU’s Political
Identity”
Jussi P. Laine and James W. Scott, University of Eastern
Finland
“Examining Japan’s Borders under Globalization”
Edward Boyle, Center for Asia Pacific Future Studies
17
ASSOCIATION FOR BORDERLANDS STUDIES
Panel 3
Refugees, Migrants, and Border Governance / Refugiados,
Migrantes y Gobernanza Fronteriza
Moderator
Discussant
Marta Zorko, University of Zargreb
Paul Fryer, University of Eastern Finland
“How to Deal with Refugees?”
Gerhard Besier, Sigmund Neumann Institute for the
Research on Freedom and Democracy, Dresden, Germany;
THURSDAY
and Katarzyna Stoklosa, University of Southern Denmark,
8:00 – 9:30 am
Odense/Sønderborg, Denmark
Cascade
“Borders, Refugees, and Governance: Free Movement
or Return of ‘the National’?”
Joni Virkkunen, University of Eastern Finland
“Challenging Border Institutions and Governance: The
Geopolitics of Barbed Wire in Europe”
Marta Zorko and Marijan Crnjak University of Zagreb
“The Hybrid ‘Homes’ of Central Asian Labor Migrants
in Russian Cities”
Paul Fryer, University of Eastern Finland
“Competing Discourses and Realities: Power and
Rationality at the U.S.–Mexico Border”
Sergio Peña, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte
Panel 4
Narratives and Perceptions: The Interpretation of Issues to
Create or Breakdown Borders and the Policy Effects /
Narrativas y Percepciones: La Interpretación de los Temas a
Crear o Rupturas de Fronteras y los Efectos de la Política
Moderator
Discussant
Donna Lybecker, Idaho State University
Steve Mumme, Colorado State University
“A Tale of Two Borders: A Comparative Analysis of the
Social Constructions Characterizing the North
American Borders”
THURSDAY
Donna Lybecker, Mark McBeth, Carine De Sy, and Adam
9:45 – 11:15 am
Brewer, Idaho State University
Shasta
“Linguistic Borders in Louisiana”
Carine De Sy, Idaho State University
“Public Participation in Watershed Management on the
US-Mexico Border: Lessons from the Colorado and
Tijuana River Basins”
Christopher Brown, New Mexico State University
“Equity and Diplomacy in the Colorado River Salinity
Crisis, 1961-1973”
Steve Mumme, Colorado State University
“Sofía Segovia: The Complexities of Life, Present and
Past, in the Northern Borderlands of the Nation”
Sarah Anderson, California State University, Chico
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ASSOCIATION FOR BORDERLANDS STUDIES
Panel 5
Border Environmental Issues / Asuntos Ambientales
Fronterizos
Moderator
Discussant
Sean Anderson, University of Sydney
Fabienne LELOUP, Catholic University of Louvain
“Adapting Border Cities to Climate Change: A Green
Infrastructure Network for Ambos Nogales”
Francisco Lara Valencia, Arizona State University
THURSDAY
9:45 – 11:15 am
Cascade
“Environmental Behavior in a Binational Region:
Insight into the Perceptions of Residents in Mexicali,
Baja California and Calexico, California”
Kimberly Collins, California State University, San
Bernardino
“Local Cross-Border Governance in Europe
Environment and Health”
Fabienne LELOUP, Catholic University of Louvain
“Failed Futures: Prefabricated Housing and the
Negation of Shelter in Oceania”
Sean Anderson and Jennifer Ferng, University of Sydney
Panel 6
Economic Activity, Business Innovation, and New Migration
Patterns since NAFTA / Actividad Económica, Innovación en
los Negocios y Nuevos Patrones Migratorios a Partir del
TLCAN
Moderator
Discussant
Alex Steenstra, Northern Arizona University
Monica Verea, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
“Around the Level of Economic Activity in the State of
Baja California. Current Situation” / “En Torno al
Nivvel de la Actividad Económica en el Estado de Baja
THURSDAY
California. Coyuntura Actual”
9:45 – 11:15 am
Agustín Sandez Perez, Universidad Autónoma de Baja
California, México
McKinley
“The NAU Yuma Business Innovation Accelerator Challenges and Opportunities in the Lower Colorado
River Region”
Alex Steenstra and Rakesh Pangasa, Northern Arizona
University
“Changes in Mexican-U.S. Migration Patterns During
the NAFTA”
Monica Verea, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
“A Multitheoretical Approach to Social Work Practice
along the U.S. Mexico Border”
William B. Pederson, Northern Arizona University, Yuma
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ASSOCIATION FOR BORDERLANDS STUDIES
Panel 7
EUBORDERSCAPES Film Presentation I
THURSDAY
11:30 – 12:45 pm
McKinley
The Colour of the Sea
Directed by: Keina Espiñeira, Universitat Autònoma de
Barcelona, Spain
Chair: Jussi P. Laine, University of Eastern Finland
Synopsis:
A filmic border experience of a group of men who are
waiting at the fringes of a coastal woodland for the journey
to Europe, in limbo between time and place. In the film the
men play themselves and fiction and documentary
constantly intertwine. Myths from the colonial past collide
with dreams of a better future in the former oppressor’s
country.
Panel 8
Gendering Border Studies I / Estudios de Género en la
Frontera I
Moderator
Discussant
Naomi Chi, Hokkaido University, Japan
Kathleen Staudt, University of Texas at El Paso
“Border Politics: A Feminist, Intersectional Approach”
Jennifer Bickham Mendez, College of William & Mary; and
Nancy A. Naples, University of Connecticut
THURSDAY
1:00 – 2:30 pm
Shasta
“Biopolitics in These Neoliberal Times”
Kathleen Staudt, University of Texas at El Paso
“Growing Pains?: Foreign Brides in Japan and Korea”
Naomi Chi, Hokkaido University, Japan
“Migration and Trafficking along Mexico’s Southern
Border: The Unintended Consequences of Mexico’s
Southern Border Plan and the Re-victimization of
Vulnerable Groups”
Guadalupe Correa-Cabrera, University of Texas at Rio
Grande Valley; and Jennifer Clark, South Texas College
20
ASSOCIATION FOR BORDERLANDS STUDIES
Panel 9
Processes and Challenges at Borders / Procesos y Desafíos
en las Fronteras
Moderator
Discussant
Lidya Lestari Sitohang, Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands
Inocent Moyo, University of South Africa, Florida Campus
“Claiming Border Citizenship from Below: The Case of
South-Africa-Zimbabwe Border”
Inocent Moyo, University of South Africa, Florida Campus
THURSDAY
1:00 – 2:30 pm
Cascade
“Enclaves in the India-Bangladesh Border: Exchange
Process and Challenges”
Mohammad Golam Rabbani, Jahangirnagar University
“Cross Border Interaction in the Context Kalimantan
Border Development, the Border between Indonesia
and Malaysia”
Lidya Lestari Sitohang, Radboud University Nijmegen, The
Netherlands
“The US Panic of 1907 and the Coming of the Mexican
Revolution”
James Gerber and Thomas Passananti, San Diego State
University
“Anaconda Copper and Local Governance in the
Polish/German Borderlands, 1926-1939”
Tiffany Wilson, University of Illinois at Chicago
Panel 10
Borderless ICT’s: Engaging Research, Disciplines, and
Vulnerable Communities / TICs sin Fronteras: Investigación
Implicada, Disciplinas, y Comunidades Vulnerables
Moderator
Discussant
Verónica Guajardo, University of Washington, Seattle
Ricardo Gómez, University of Washington, Seattle
“Lessons from Fotohistorias”
Ricardo Gómez and Sara Vannini, University of
Washington, Seattle
THURSDAY
1:00 – 2:30 pm
McKinley
“The Use of Technology with Migrant Women”
Ivette Bayo-Urban, University of Washington, Seattle
“Traditional Foods as a Form of Cultural Ecosystem,
and the Use of Participatory Photography and other
Technologies”
Isabel Carrera Zamanillo, University of Washington,
Seattle
“Undocumented Students Known as DREAMers, and
Their Use of Technology”
Verónica Guajardo, University of Washington, Seattle
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ASSOCIATION FOR BORDERLANDS STUDIES
Panel 11
Economics and Border Integration / Economía y Integración
Fronteriza
Marina Sierra, Universidad Francisco de Paula Santander, Cúcuta, Colombia
Silvia Leticia Figueroa Ramírez, Universidad Autónoma de Baja California,
México
“Implicaciones Socioeconómicas del Cierre de Frontera
Colombo Venezolana”
Marina Sierra and Julio Alfonso Gonzalez Mendoza,
THURSDAY
Universidad Francisco de Paula Santander, Cúcuta,
2:45 – 4:15 pm
Colombia
Moderator
Discussant
Shasta
“Las Diferencias Políticas y sus Repercusiones en la
Economía de la Zona de Frontera ColomboVenezolana”
Johanna Milena Mogrovejo Andrade, Liliana Marcela
Bastos Osorio and Jhon Antuny Pabón León, Universidad
Francisco de Paula Santander, Cúcuta, Colombia
“Visión Gerencial de Casinos en el Escenario de
Economías Fronterizas (Caso Mexicali, Baja California)”
Silvia Leticia Figueroa Ramírez, Margarita Barajas Tinoco,
and Marisol Lara Maldonado, Universidad Autónoma de
Baja California, México
“Desarrollo Territorial Integrado Desde la Frontera
Cerrada”
Jorge Bitar Ramírez, Universidad de Pamplona, República
de Colombia
“La Construcción de Paz en la Frontera Colombo
Venezolana: Perspectiva de la Empresa Privada”
Julio Alfonso Gonzalez Mendoza and Marina Sierra,
Universidad Francisco de Paula Santander, Cúcuta,
Colombia
22
ASSOCIATION FOR BORDERLANDS STUDIES
Panel 12
Borders in Globalization: Canadian Themes and Regions /
Fronteras en la Globalización: Temas Canadienses y
Regiones
Moderator
Discussant
Emmanuel Brunet-Jailly, University of Victoria
Victor Konrad, Carleton University
“Greater New England as Cultural Borderland: A
Critical Appraisal”
Randy William Widdis, University of Regina
THURSDAY
2:45 – 4:15 pm
Cascade
“Indigenous Borders in British Columbia: Challenges to
Boundary Marking”
Emmanuel Brunet-Jailly, Sarah Colgrove, and Niemann
Zajac, University of Victoria
“A Comparative Analysis of Border Security Strategies
across Six Canadian Regions: Layered Security in the
Prairies”
Christian Leuprecht, Todd Hataley, Royal Military College
of Canada and Queen’s University; and Alexandra Green,
Queen’s University
“Border Culture: A Critical Framework for the Borders
in Globalization Project—Ontario”
Victor Konrad, Carleton University; and Anne-Laure
Amilhat Szary, Universite Grenoble-Alpes
23
ASSOCIATION FOR BORDERLANDS STUDIES
Panel 13
Gendering Border Studies II / Estudios de Género en la
Frontera II
Moderator
Discussant
Kimberly Collins, California State University at San Bernardino
Kathleen Staudt, University of Texas at El Paso
“The Role of Municipal Authorities of Women in
Mexico: The Creation of the Juárez Municipal Institute
of Women in Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua, Mexico”
THURSDAY
Martha Patricia Barraza De Anda, Universidad Autónoma
4:30 – 6:00 pm
de Ciudad Juárez
Shasta
“Family Politics at the Border: Security Policies That
Separate Refugee and Asylum-seeking Parents”
Irasema Coronado, University of Texas at El Paso
“Globalization of Economies and Terror: A Feminist
Response to Creating More Viable Border Security
Institutions”
Kimberly Collins, California State University at San
Bernardino
“US Medical Mandates for Access to Contraceptives:
What is the Impact of El Paso Women’s Strategic
Border Crossing on Their Information Levels about
Oral Contraceptive Pills?”
April Rumgay, University of Texas at El Paso
“Feminist, Women, and Gender Studies at the Institute
for North American Studies, UNAM”
Silvia Nuñez, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Panel 14
The Role of Technology at Borders / El Papel de la
Tecnología en las Fronteras
Moderator
Discussant
Javier Martínez Romero, Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez
Alex H. Chung, University of Sydney
“Technologization of Border Security: Critical
Perspectives on the War against Terrorism”
Fuminori Kawakubo, Chuo Gakuin University
THURSDAY
4:30 – 6:00 pm
Cascade
“Technology and Innovation Outcomes of SMEs
Embedded in a Weak Network Context: The Case of
Metal-mechanic Firms in Ciudad Juárez”
Javier Martínez Romero and Lourdes Ampudia Rueda,
Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez
“Sovereignty’s Silent New Challenger: Questioning the
Legitimacy of Drone Warfare”
Alex H. Chung, University of Sydney
“Globalized Energy Security: The Unnecessary Quest
for Territorial Access and Supply Chain Governance”
Werner D. Lippert, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
24
ASSOCIATION FOR BORDERLANDS STUDIES
Panel 15
Plenary Session
Moderator
Victor Konrad, Carleton University
THURSDAY
6:00 – 7:00 pm
Shasta
Panel 16
Association for Borderland Studies Lifetime
Achievement Award
New and Diverse Migrants in Latin America: Age Groups,
Expectations and Life Stories / Nuevos y Diversos Sujetos
Migrantes en América Latina Grupos de Edad, Expectativas
y Trayectorias de Vida
Moderator
Discussant
Flor Urbina Barrera, Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez
Xavier Oliveras González, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte, México
“Migrantes no Viajeros, Experiencias
“Indocumentadas” y Laborales entre Jóvenes
Fronterizos de Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua”
FRIDAY
Flor Urbina Barrera, Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad
8:00 – 9:30 am
Juárez
Shasta
“Inmigración Latinoamericana en el Norte de Chile”
Alejandro Iván Bustos Cortés, Universidad de Antofagasta,
Chile
“Desde el Desplazamiento Forzado de Personas al
Refugio no Reconocido. Los Migrantes de
Buenaventura Colombia en Antofagasta Chile”
Pedro Alberto Herrera Ledesma, Mónica Lorena Sánchez
Limón, and Diana Marien Escobar Angulo, Universidad
Autónoma de Tamaulipas
“La Reconfiguración Global de las Ciudades Mexicanas:
La Migración Calificada de Europa del sur a Monterrey
/ The Global Reconfiguration of Mexican Cities:
Southern Europe High Skilledigration to Monterrey”
Xavier Oliveras González, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte,
México
25
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Panel 17
At the Intersection of Borders Economic Security / En la
Intersección de la Seguridad Conómica Fronteriza
Moderator
Discussant
Sama’ila Abubakar, Usmanu Danfodiyo University
Jorge Eduardo Mendoza Cota, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte, México
“The Role of Cross-Border Economic Organizations in
the Economic Integration of US and Mexico: The Case
of San Diego-Tijuana”
FRIDAY
Jorge Eduardo Mendoza Cota, El Colegio de la Frontera
8:00 – 9:30 am
Norte, México
Cascade
“Border Economy Case: Small Business Access to
Capital in El Paso”
Ana Rodriguez Camargo, Jesus Mendoza, and Manuel
Reyes, University of Texas at El Paso
“North American Border Filters: The Economics of
Security”
Laurence Armand French and Magdaleno Manzanarez,
Western New Mexico University
“Border Policing, Power Networks and the Dynamism
of Cross-Border Tokunbo Automobile”
Sama’ila Abubakar, Usmanu Danfodiyo University
Panel 18
Education, Human Capabilities and Public Policy /
Educación, Capacidades Humanas y Políticas Públicas
Moderator
Discussant
Rosario Torres Raines, Texas A&M University-San Antonio
Marleny Cardona Acevedo, Universidad de Manizales, Colombia
“La Movilidad Estudiantil, una Construcción de
Ciudadanía Internacional”
Margarita Grajeda Castañeda, Universidad Autónoma de
FRIDAY
Ciudad Juárez
9:45 – 11:15 am
Shasta
“Referentes Conceptuales para un Análisis de Política
Pública Educativa Local en Frontera: Caso Subregión
Suroriental del Departamento Norte de Santander”
Jorge Milton Matajira Vera, Escuela Superior de
Administración Pública Territorial Norte de SantanderArauca, San José de Cúcuta, Colombia
“Higher Education Resources on Ambos Lados of the
U.S.- Mexico Border: A Focus on Southwest
Borderlands Studies: What College Students Know and
Don’t Know”
Rosario Torres Raines, Texas A&M University-San Antonio
“Ciudadanía Académica del más Allá Cotidiano. Una
Nueva Forma de Cultura Fronteriza”
Sergio Martínez Romo, Universidad Autónoma
Metropolitana y Universidad de Oslo, Noruega
26
ASSOCIATION FOR BORDERLANDS STUDIES
Panel 19
Moderator
Roundtable: Reflections on Present-Day Ciudad Juárez /
Reflexiones sobre Ciudad Juárez en la Actualidad
Oscar J. Martínez, University of Arizona
“Economic Interaction between Ciudad Juárez and El
Paso and Transnational Flows”
Martha Patricia Barraza De Anda, Universidad Autónoma
FRIDAY
de Ciudad Juárez
9:45 – 11:15 am
Cascade
“Security Issues in Mexico and in Ciudad Juárez.
Ciudad Juárez Today: Discussion on the Pre- and PostViolence Period”
Tony Payan, Rice University and Universidad Autónoma de
Ciudad Juárez
“General Conditions, Democracy, and Security: Present
and Future”
Héctor Antonio Padilla Delgado, Universidad Autónoma de
Ciudad Juárez
“Recent Efforts to Improve the Image of Ciudad
Juárez”
Oscar J. Martínez, University of Arizona
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Panel 20
Gender, Borders, Working Conditions, and Health / Género,
Fronteras, Condiciones Laborales y Salud
Moderator
Discussant
Consuelo Pequeño Rodríguez, Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez
Erika Tatiana Ayala García, Universidad Francisco de Paula Santander
“La Mujer y el Conflicto Armado en Norte de
Santander”
Erika Tatiana Ayala García, Eduardo Gabriel OsorioFRIDAY
Sánchez, and Jesús Ernesto Urbina Cárdenas,
1:00 – 2:30 pm
Universidad Francisco de Paula Santander
Shasta
“Género y el Gobierno de la Frontera. Un Estudio
Antropológico desde la triple Frontera Amazónica entre
Brasil, Perú y Colombia”
José Miguel Nieto Olivar, Universidade Estadual de
Campinas, Brasil; and Flávia Melo da Cunha and
Benjamin Constant, Universidade Federal do Amazonas,
Brasil
“Condiciones Laborales en la Industria Maquiladora
Juarense: Individuos, Redes y Movilizaciones, 20142016”
Consuelo Pequeño Rodríguez, Universidad Autónoma de
Ciudad Juárez
“Capacidades Humanas, Procesos Migratorios y
Condiciones de Cuidado en Colombia”
María Inés Baquero and Marleny Cardona Acevedo,
Universidad de Manizales, Colombia
“Ciudad Juárez. Repercusiones sobre la Calidad en el
Empleo y el Trabajo Digno”
Marisela Nava Gonzalez, Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad
Juárez
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ASSOCIATION FOR BORDERLANDS STUDIES
Panel 21
Legal and Illegal Border Experiences / Experiencias Licitas e
Ilícitas en las Fronteras
Moderator
Discussant
Serghei Golunov, Kyushu University
Jennifer Bryson Clark, South Texas College
“Networks of Practice vs. Border Barriers: The Case of
Russian Tourism to the Asia-Pacific”
Serghei Golunov, Kyushu University
FRIDAY
1:00 – 2:30 pm
Cascade
“Border Tourism and Changing Borderland Society in
Japan: The Case of Tsushima-Busan Cross-Border
Tour”
Yasunori Hanamatsu, Kyushu University, Japan
“Partition, Independence, and Population Geography in
Bengal”
Kenmei Tsubota, Institute of Developing Economies, Japan
External Trade Organization
“Cartels, Coyotes and Traffickers: Risks for Migrants in
the Two Mexico’s Borders”
Guadalupe Correa-Cabrera, The University of Texas Rio
Grande Valley; and Jennifer Bryson Clark, South Texas
College
“Practices, Networks, and Experiences of Ukrainian
Daily Border Crossers at Medyka”
Bianca Szytniewski, Radboud University Nijmegen, The
Netherlands, and University Utrecht, The Netherlands; and
Martin van der Velde, Radboud University Nijmegen, The
Netherlands
Panel 22
Myths and Religion at Borders / Los Mitos y la Religión en
las Fronteras
Moderator
Discussant
Lawrence D. Taylor, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte, México
T. Mark Montoya, Northern Arizona University
“Territorial Phantom Pains: Manchuria, Loss,
Imagination”
Franck Billé, University of California – Berkeley
FRIDAY
1:00 – 2:30 pm
McKinley
“B. Traven’s The Treasure of the Sierra Madre and the
Continuing Allure of “Gold Glitter” in the U.S.-Mexico
Borderlands Region”
Lawrence D. Taylor, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte,
México
“The Study of Monsters: Arizona’s SB 1070 and HB
2281”
T. Mark Montoya, Northern Arizona University
“Religion, Pluralism and the Secular State: Striving for
a Post-Secular Middling”
Alex H. Chung, University of Sydney
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Panel 23
Corruption and Illegal Activities at Borders / Corrupción y
Actividades Ilícitas en las Fronteras
Moderator
Discussant
Ogunsusi Cecilia Enitan, University of Ibadan, Nigeria
Tetsuro CHIDA, Hokkaido University, Japan
“Energy and Security in the Texas-Tamaulipas Border:
Winner and Losers of the War on Drugs”
Guadalupe Correa-Cabrera, The University of Texas Rio
FRIDAY
Grande Valley
2:45 – 4:15 pm
Shasta
“Disaster Recovery on the Borderland in the Small Aral
Sea (Kazakhstan)”
Tetsuro CHIDA, Hokkaido University, Japan
“Administrative Corruption, Political Competition and
Institutional Change in Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua”
Rosa Alicia García Compeán, Universidad Autónoma de
Ciudad Juárez
“Smuggled Artifact and the Challenges of Depletion of
Cultural Heritage in South West of Nigeria”
Ogunsusi Cecilia Enitan, University of Ibadan, Nigeria
“La Economía Política de la Violencia en las Regiones
Fronterizas de América Latina: El Caso de México”
César M. Fuentes and Sergio Peña, El Colegio de la
Frontera Norte
Panel 24
Disputes, Resistances and Border Setbacks / Disputas,
Resistencias y Retrocesos Fronterizos
Moderator
Discussant
Zhiding Hu, Yunnan Normal University
Ilkka Liikanen, University of Eastern Finland
“Narrating Territory and Security in Remote Border
Places: The Kokang Dispute and the Evolving
Borderlands between China and Myanmar”
FRIDAY
Zhiding Hu, Yunnan Normal University; and Victor
4:30 – 6:00 pm
Konrad, Carleton University
Shasta
“The Selvagens Islands: The Revival of a (un)Settled
Dispute”
José Alexandre Monteiro, University of Minho, Portugal
“From Colonialism to Post-colonialism: Indigenous
Resistance on the Border”
Ramon Resendiz, University of Washington; and Rosalva
Resendiz, University of Texas - Rio Grande Valley
“Borders in Post-Soviet Space - Return of the Cold
War?”
Ilkka Liikanen, University of Eastern Finland
“Cross Border Spaces: The Co-construction of
Unofficial Image Repositories and Their Impact on
Current Border Management”
Miljana Kostí, Université Lille 3, France
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Panel 25
Moderator
Border Economics and Exchange Rate in Mexico / Economía
de la Frontera y Tipo de Cambio en Mexico
(CROSSLISTED WITH LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES AND
ECONOMICS: FINANCE AND BUSINESS)
Eliseo Diaz-González, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte, México
“The Exchange Rate and the Purchasing Power Parity
Hypothesis in Mexico and the United States”
Alejandro Díaz-Bautista, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte,
FRIDAY
México
4:30 – 6:00 pm
Cascade
“Effects of the Exchange Rate (Peso/Dollar) on Levels
of Violence and Insecurity in the Northern Border
States of Mexico”
Salvador González-Andrade, El Colegio de la Frontera
Norte, México
“Mexico-US Economic Integration and its Impact on
Cross-Border Economic Organizations in the San
Diego-Tijuana Border Region”
Jorge Eduardo Mendoza Cota, El Colegio de la Frontera,
México
“Depreciación del Tipo de Cambio y Formación de
Precios. La Economía de la Frontera en la Turbulencia
Financiera Internacional”
Eliseo Diaz-González, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte,
México
Panel 26
Business Meeting
FRIDAY
6:00 – 7:00 pm
Shasta
Panel 27
Association for Borderland Studies Business
Meeting
Reception
FRIDAY
7:00 – 9:00 pm
Nevada CEC
Association for Borderland Studies Reception
By Invitation Only
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ASSOCIATION FOR BORDERLANDS STUDIES
Panel 28
Reflections on Experiences of Political Boundaries /
Reflexiones Sobre Experiencias de las Fronteras Políticas
Moderator
Discussant
Akihiro Iwashita, Hokkaido University, Japan
Paul Richardson, University of Manchester
“Featuring a Functional Tool as a Compass for
Comparative Border Studies: From the Experiences of
Asian and Eurasian Cases”
SATURDAY
Akihiro Iwashita, Hokkaido University, Japan
8:00 – 9:30 am
Shasta
“Border as Infrastructure: Reconceiving the Political
Border”
Ramya Swayamprakash, Lawrence Technological
University
“Explaining Unintended Consequences of Globalization
and Contesting Returning of Borders and Walls in
International Politics”
Dhananjay Tripathi, South Asian University, New Delhi
“What is Eurasia to Us? Perspectives from Central Asia
on the Eurasian Union”
Paul Richardson, University of Manchester
Panel 29
Social Determinants on Health at the U.S.-Mexico Border /
Determinantes Sociales de la Salud en la Frontera MéxicoEstados Unidos
Moderator
Discussant
Sonia Bass Zavala, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de Hidalgo
Francisco Lara Valencia, Arizona State University
“Los Efectos de los Sistemas de Salud de México y
Estados Unidos en la Migración Internacional”
Sonia Bass Zavala, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de
SATURDAY
Hidalgo; and Melba Elena Muñiz Martelón, Alianza para
8:00 – 9:30 am
Colaboraciones Fronterizas AC., Ciudad Juárez
Cascade
“Neighborhood, Physical Activity, and Women’s Health:
A Multilevel Analysis in Hermosillo, Mexico”
Hilda García, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte, México; and
Francisco Lara Valencia, Arizona State University
“Demanda de Servicios de Salud en Ciudad Juárez por
Residentes y Ciudadanos de El Paso y Otras Ciudades
de Estados Unidos”
Rafael Mauricio Marrufo and Guadalupe Ortiz Esparza,
Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez
“Mercado Laboral Transfronterizo de los Odontólogos
en la Región Sonora-Arizona”
José Guadalupe Rodríguez Gutiérrez, Universidad de
Sonora, México
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ASSOCIATION FOR BORDERLANDS STUDIES
Panel 30
Violence and Border Security / Violencia y Seguridad
Fronteriza
Moderator
Discussant
Irene Cabrera Nossa, Universidad Externado de Colombia
Héctor Antonio Padilla Delgado, Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez
“Mirada Atrás: Discursos y Previsiones Sobre Violencia
y Militarización en Ciudad Juárez Antes del 2008”
Héctor Antonio Padilla Delgado, Universidad Autónoma de
SATURDAY
Ciudad Juárez
9:45 – 11:15 am
Shasta
“Djihad, Islam e Inmigrancion: ¿Choque de
Civilizaciones? ¿O Guerra de Dioses?”
Rafael Arriaga Martínez, Lya Margarita Niño Contreras,
and Norma García Leos, Universidad Autónoma de Baja
California, México
“¿Todos para Uno?: La Seguridad Fronteriza
entre Colombia y sus Vecinos en el Posconflicto”
Irene Cabrera Nossa, Universidad Externado de Colombia
“Traditional to Modern Transitions in Chihuahua,
Chih., Mexico: A Work in Progress”
Fernando Parra, Universidad Estatal Politécnica de
California; Frank Malgesini, and Anna Cecilia Villareal
Ballesteros, Universidad Autónoma de Chihuahua
Panel 31
Epistemological Studies of Borders / Estudios
Epistemológicos de las Fronteras
Moderator
Discussant
Adriana Dorfman, Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
Christophe Sohn, Luxembourg Institute of Socio-economic Research
“The Border as a Resource: Reframing the Concept”
Christophe Sohn, Luxembourg Institute of Socio-economic
Research
SATURDAY
9:45 – 11:15 am
Cascade
“Marginal, Situated, and Emergent: Border Studies in
Brazil”
Adriana Dorfman and Arthur Borba Colen França,
Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul, Brazil
“How to Write a History of Borderland? East Central
Europe in Transnational Perspective”
Beata Halicka, Polish-German Research Institute at
Collegium Polonicum and the European University
Viadrina in Frankfurt, Oder
“Rebordering Europe. Rebordering Scandinavia”
Gerd Battrup, University of South Denmark
33
ASSOCIATION FOR BORDERLANDS STUDIES
Panel 32
EUBORDERSCAPES Film Presentation II
SATURDAY
11:30 – 12:45 pm
McKinley
Panel 33
Houdoud al bahr | The Mediterranean Frontiers:
Mazara-Mahdia
Directed by: Chiara Brambilla, CeRCo - Università degli
Studi di Bergamo, Italy
Chair: Jussi P. Laine, University of Eastern Finland
Synopsis:
Gazing into the Euro/African border and migration nexus
through the borderscape lens, Houdoud al bahr provides
an alternative multi-sited choreography of the
Italian/Tunisian borderland. By adopting such a multisited approach, the film aims to reveal the complexity of
this Euro/African borderscape that is perceived as mobile
and relational, resembling a fluid terrain of a multitude of
socio-cultural, political and economic negotiations, claims
and counterclaims that are actualized at the level of
everyday practice. In so doing, the documentary illustrates
how the Mediterranean Europe and North Africa have
become enmeshed in multiple layers of competition and
integration through trends of colonialism, migration, and
the formation of transnational communities.
An Approach to the Study of Borders from Different
Methodological Perspectives / Un Acercamiento al Estudio
de las Fronteras desde Diferentes Perspectivas Metodológicas
Moderator
Discussants
John Thomas, Quinnipiac University School of Law
Martin van der Velde, Radboud University Nijmegen, The Netherlands
“Telling the Story of Life in Borders through Data and
Indicators: Opportunities and Challenges”
Kimberly Collins, California State University, San
SATURDAY
Bernardino
1:00 – 2:30 pm
Shasta
“Understanding IDPs and Intellectuals of Azerbaijan on
the Nagorno-Karabakh Issue”
Alibay Mammadov, Hokkaido University, Japan
“The Cold and the Beautiful, Revisited: The Image of
Russia in the Finnish Public Consciousness”
Jussi P. Laine, University of Eastern Finland; and Martin
van der Velde, Radboud University Nijmegen, The
Netherlands
“Borderland Lives: Social and Cultural Transformation
of the Communities Living along the US/Mexico
Border”
John Thomas, Quinnipiac University School of Law
“Reparations Demands: Banished Survivors and Their
Families Speak Up through Oral History and Family
Archives”
Marla A. Ramírez, University of Illinois at UrbanaChampaign
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CANADIAN STUDIES
CANADIAN STUDIES
Ross E. Burkhart
Boise State University
Panel 1
Canadian History
Moderator
Pierre M. Atlas, Marian University
“Of Lawless Frontiers and Peaceable Kingdoms: The
Legacy of Myth, Government, and Guns in the North
American West”
SATURDAY
Pierre M. Atlas, Marian University
8:00 – 9:30 am
Ruby 2
“Looking North for a ‘Middle Way’: Prohibition and the
Canadian Origins of American Repeal”
Stephen T. Moore, Central Washington University
“Attempting the Almost Impossible: Frobisher Bay as
Canada’s Bid to Build Its Own ‘Deep Freeze’ Base in
the Arctic, 1957-1963”
Lawrence D. Taylor, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte,
Tijuana, Mexico
Panel 2
Canadian Geography and Migration
Moderator
Shirley McDonald, University of British Columbia Okanagan
“Perceptions of the Geography of Canada by Some
Students in Oklahoma and Iowa”
Jerry Croft, Oklahoma State University
SATURDAY
9:45 – 11:15 am
Ruby 2
“Back in Greece, Back in Price: The Dual Diaspora of
the Greek of Carbon County”
Katherine Kelaidis, Community College of Aurora
“Agricultural Labourer and Activism in Western
Canada”
Shirley McDonald, University of British Columbia
Okanagan
Panel 3
Canadian Politics
Moderator
Ross E. Burkhart, Boise State University
SATURDAY
1:00 – 2:30 pm
Ruby 2
“Plus ça Change? Politics, Polls, and Canadian Election
Forecasting”
Ross E. Burkhart, Boise State University
“A Personality at a Distance Profile of Justin Trudeau”
Neal Carter, Brigham Young University Idaho
35
CHICANO, LATINO, HISPANIC STUDIES
CHICANO, LATINO, HISPANIC STUDIES
Debra D. Andrist
Sam Houston State University
Panel 1
Language and Learning Issues
Moderator
Debra D. Andrist, Sam Houston State University
THURSDAY
11:30 – 12:45 pm
N11
Panel 2
“Language in America: Diversity, Dominance, and
Cultural Maintenance, 1910-2010”
David A. Swanson, University of California Riverside; and
Richard Verdugo, National Education Association
“Hispanic-American Students’ Perceptions of Learning
in Groups”
Sharaf Rehman and David Hinojosa, University of Texas
Rio Grande Valley
Immigration and Family Issues
Moderator
Debra D. Andrist, Sam Houston State University
“Anchor Babies and the Anti-Hispanic Furor in
American Politics: A 21 Century Resurgence of
Manifest Destiny”
THURSDAY
Laurence Armand French and Magdaleno Manzanarez,
Western New Mexico University
2:45 – 4:15 pm
N11
“Waiting Until We Can Return Home: Mixed-document
Status Immigrant Families and Plans to Relocate”
Colleen Murray, J. Guillermo Villalobos, Lindsay M. Perez,
and Karen L. Camelo, University of Nevada, Reno
“Insult to Injury: Domestic Violence against Latinas
Social and Personal Control Techniques in the Latino
World”
Debra D. Andrist, Sam Houston State University
Panel 3
Spiritual Issues
Moderator
Debra D. Andrist, Sam Houston State University
THURSDAY
4:30 – 6:00 pm
N11
“Society and Spirituality in Alejandro Morales’ River of
Angels”
Stephen Miller, Texas A&M University
“Building Bridges Not Walls between Cultures in
Congregations”
John Francis Burke, St. Edward’s University
36
CHRONIC DISEASE AND DISABILITY
CHRONIC DISEASE AND DISABILITY
RC-49, RESEARCH COMMITTEE ON MENTAL HEALTH AND
ILLNESS OF THE INTERNATIONAL SOCIOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION
James G. Linn
Optimal Solutions in Healthcare and International
Development
Susan Foster
Rochester Institute of Technology
Cynthia D. Jackson
Walden University and Meharry Medical College
Debra R. Wilson
Tennessee State University and Walden University
Panel 1
Roundtable: Issues in Women’s Health: Research Updates on
Cardiovascular Disease, Menopause, Domestic Violence, and
Autoimmune Disease
Moderator
Debra R. Wilson, Tennessee State University
THURSDAY
8:00 – 9:30 am
N9
Panel 2
Discussants:
Maria Revell, Tennessee State University
Janice Harris, Tennessee State University
Pinkey Noble-Britton, Tennessee State University
Debra R. Wilson, Tennessee State University
Different Cultural Representations of Disability and Career
Satisfaction of Hearing Impaired Faculty
Moderator
Discussant
Susan Foster, Rochester Institute of Technology
Sara Schley, Rochester Institute of Technology
“Simulating Disability in Hungary: The Construction
and Performance of Disabled Bodies, Minds, and
Identities”
THURSDAY
Kylie Boazman, University of Buffalo
9:45 – 11:15 am
N9
“Networking and Career Satisfaction of Deaf and Hardof-Hearing Female and Male Faculty”
Sara Schley and Susan Foster, Rochester Institute of
Technology
“An Interdisciplinary Study of Literary Texts for
Discovering (un)Truths about Deaf People”
37
CHRONIC DISEASE AND DISABILITY
Pamela R. Conley, Rochester Institute of Technology
Panel 3
Roundtable: Alzheimer’s Disease: Research Updates on
Incidence, Prevalence, Treatments, and Social and
Economic Impacts
Moderator
Jean Rother, Metropolitan State University of Denver
THURSDAY
1:00 – 2:30 pm
N9
Discussants:
Mary A. Sawaya, Metropolitan State University of Denver
Jean Rother, Metropolitan State University of Denver
Panel 4
Historical Writings on Disability Rights and an Update on
Disability Education as a Tool for Change
Moderator
Discussant
Steven E. Brown, Institute on Disability Culture
Megan Conway, University of Hawaii
THURSDAY
2:45 – 4:15 pm
N9
“Writing Ed: Continuing to Learn about Ed Roberts,
Rolling Quads, and the Emergence of Disability Rights”
Steven E. Brown, Institute on Disability Culture
“Update on Disability Studies as a Tool for Change in
Interdisciplinary Training”
Megan Conway, University of Hawaii
Panel 5
Coping With Life Threatening and Chronic Disease
Moderator
Discussant
Gail Myers, University of Minnesota, Crookston
Chanel Myers, University of North Dakota
THURSDAY
4:30 – 6:00 pm
N9
“Strengths Created from the Chronic Illness
Experience”
Gail Myers, University of Minnesota, Crookston; and
Chanel Myers, University of North Dakota
“Hope as Medicine, Resiliency as a Mindset, and
Creativity as a Lifeline in Critical Care and Disability”
Amy Oestreicher, Independent Scholar
38
CHRONIC DISEASE AND DISABILITY
Panel 6
Nursing Response to Trauma, Chronic Illness, and End of
Life Issues
Moderator
Discussant
Marlis Bruyere, University of Phoenix
Nicole Thede, Arapahoe Community College
“Evaluation of Clinical Indicators Utilized During
Telephone Triage of Children with Head Injury”
Nicole Thede, Arapahoe Community College
FRIDAY
8:00 – 9:30 am
N9
“Primary Care Offers Team-based Care for Support
Management of Chronic Disease”
Marlis Bruyere, University of Phoenix
“Big Babies: An Exploration of Gestational Diabetes”
Rebecca Bone, Tennessee State University
“Nursing Care of Terminal Patients in Intensive Care
Units”
Pervell Dunbar, Walden University
Panel 7
Chronicity and Institutional Approach
(CROSSLISTED WITH LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES)
Moderator
Ana Cecilia Morquecho-Güitrón, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
“Beyond the Disease: The Case of an Obsessive
Compulsive Patient”
Edson de Jesús Tapia-Alvarez, Universidad de
FRIDAY
Guadalajara, México
8:00 – 9:30 am
N2
“Student Health in the University: Academic Stress
and Engagement”
Blanca Noemí Silva-Gutiérrez, A. Lydia Rodríguez-Téllez,
Miguel Ruíz de Alba, and Raúl Vicente Flores, Universidad
de Guadalajara, México
“Global HIV/AIDS Update: Africa and Latin America –
Differing Epidemics”
James G. Linn, Optimal Solutions in Healthcare and
International Development; Thabo Fako, University of
Botswana; and Michele Rocha Kadri, Fio Cruz Institute,
Manaus, Brazil
39
CHRONIC DISEASE AND DISABILITY
Panel 8
Health Policy, Help-seeking Behavior, and Treatment
Effectiveness of Sexual Abuse Services
Moderator
James G. Linn, Optimal Solutions in Healthcare and International
Development
Ernest Goya, Meharry Medical College
“Residual Mental Health Symptoms of AfricanAmerican Female Sexual Abuse Survivors”
Cynthia D. Jackson, Meharry Medical College
Discussant
FRIDAY
9:45 – 11:15 am
N9
“The Role of the Sports Psychologist in Sport
Medicine: Collaboration of Medical and Physical Care”
Carolyn Davis, Walden University
“Policy and Programs Affecting the Disability of Those
with Chronic Mental Illness”
Ernest Goya, Cynthia D. Jackson, and Narviar Barker,
Meharry Medical College
“Stress and Help-seeking Behaviors of College Students
in Online Programs”
Carolyn Davis, Walden University; and Cynthia D.
Jackson, Meharry Medical College
Panel 9
Roundtable: Mental Illness, Ethnicity, Criminal Behavior,
Imprisonment and Treatment
Moderator
William Richie, Meharry Medical College
FRIDAY
1:00 – 2:30 pm
N9
“Why Prisons are not the New Asylums, and Other
Tales about Deinstitutionalization and Incarceration”
Liat Ben-Moshe, University of Toledo
Discussants:
Cynthia D. Jackson, Meharry Medical College
William Richie, Meharry Medical College
Rahn Bailey, Wake Forrest University
40
COMMUNICATION STUDIES
COMMUNICATION STUDIES
Kevin Mitchell
College of Southern Nevada
Panel 1
Communication and the Classroom
Moderator
Kevin Mitchell, College of Southern Nevada
“Motivation: Adjusting a Learning Unit”
Larry Edmonds, Arizona State University
SATURDAY
8:00 – 9:30 am
N3
“My Professor Doesn’t Understand Me! Creating
Student-Instructor Rapport in the Classroom”
Linda Alexander, West Los Angeles College
“Instructional Communication and the Multiage
Classroom”
Brenda Randle, Arkansas State University
“Applied Communication: Connecting the Community
with the Curriculum”
Kevin Mitchell, College of Southern Nevada
Panel 2
Social Interactions and Communication
SATURDAY
9:45 – 11:15 am
N3
“Social Networking, Elections, and Their Impact on
Mexico: Old Media Versus New Media”
Roberto Valero Berrospe and Guadalupe Villasenor,
Universidad Autónoma de Baja California, México
“The Effect of Social Media on Personal Branding
Efforts of College Students for Career Development”
Viet Minh Nguyen and Nelice Lyimo, Arkansas State
University
“Using Online Avatars for Mini-Presentations: Giving
Students a Unique Voice”
Linda Alexander, West Los Angeles College
“An Explication of Groups within Social Identity
Theory”
Kyle Rush, Portland State University
“Operationalizing Knowledge Gap”
Charles Loren Randolph, Portland State University
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COMMUNICATION STUDIES
Panel 3
Communication and Technology
“Online Student Presentations: Myth vs. Reality”
Linda Alexander, West Los Angeles College
SATURDAY
1:00 – 2:30 pm
N3
“How Can I Teach Oral Communication with an Ipad?
Maybe My Graduate Assistant Can Help!”
Brenda Randle, Arkansas State University
“Faculty Development in Technology: The New Age
Professor”
Monique Bailey and Candace Evans, Arkansas State
University
“Attribution Theory: SMS or Texting. Did They Really
Mean It This Way?”
Monique Bailey, Arkansas State University
“Usos Productivos de las TIC en Universitarios”
Ana Isabel Zermeno Flores, Univesidad de Colima
Panel 4
Culture and Communication
SATURDAY
2:45 – 4:15 pm
N3
“Cultural Competency: Examining the Post-Secondary
Plight of Minority Male Students”
Arnold Bell, College of Southern Nevada
“Symbolic Interactionism: A ‘Self’ Approach to
Explication”
Kristella Montiegel, Portland State University
“Communication Studies in Latin America”
Joel Pedraza, Centro de Investigaciones y Estudios
Superiores en Antropologia Social
“The Bad Analogy between Governments and
Individuals: An Investigation into the Post-crisis
Austerity Language in the U.S.”
Rojhat B. Avsar, Columbia College, Chicago
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CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND CRIMINOLOGY
CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND CRIMINOLOGY
Kevin Thompson
North Dakota State University
Panel 1
American Indian Criminal Justice Issues
(CROSSLISTED WITH AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES)
Moderator
Marianne Nielsen, Northern Arizona University
“The First Hate Crime against American Indians”
Marianne Nielsen, Northern Arizona University
THURSDAY
2:45 – 4:15 pm
N10
“Three Strikes, You’re Incarcerated: How Law
Enforcement Detection, Classification, and Sentencing
Results in the Disproportionate Incarceration of
American Indians in Montana”
Moana Verco, TURN Research
“Violence against Native Women: A Washíw
Perspective”
Patrick Burtt, Fort Lewis College
“Racial Differences and Structural Predictors in
Female-Male Intimate Assault Ratios”
Lisa Tichavsky, Northern Arizona University
Panel 2
Moderator
Violence and Aggression
Kevin Thompson, North Dakota State University
“Congress and Campus Sexual Violence: An
Examination of Issues and Statutory Provisions”
Robert Morin, Western Nevada College; and Colleen Morin,
FRIDAY
University of Nevada, Reno
8:00 – 9:30 am
Sierra 1
“Investigating the Sexual Victimization of Transgender
Female Inmates within the Hypermasculine Male
Prison”
Keith Hullenaar, Northern Arizona University
“Ethnic Microaggressions against Arab Americans: A
Critical Analysis of Semi-structured In-depth
Interviews of Arab Americans”
Jasem Alnabhany, Independent Scholar
“When Do Domestic Abuse No Contact Orders Matter?”
Kevin Thompson, North Dakota State University
43
CRIMINAL JUSTICE AND CRIMINOLOGY
Panel 3
Moderator
Criminal Justice Issues
Donald L. Yates, Alabama A&M University
“Police-Public Relations and Crime Management in
Durban: What’s Happening?”
Samuel Umoh Uwem, University of Kwa Zulu Natal
FRIDAY
Durban
9:45 – 11:15 am
Sierra 2
“Assessing Dangerousness: An Analysis of California
Governor Brown’s Parole Review Decisions”
Doris Schartmueller, California State University, Chico
“Testing the Comparative Strength of Three Factors
for Successful Outcome of Neighborhood Community
Policing Initiatives: An Exploratory Study”
Donald L. Yates, Alabama A&M University; and Vijayan K.
Pillai, University of Texas at Arlington
“Questioning the IQ of Smart Policing: Trust as
Performance Measure”
Kimberly Gardner, Boise State University
Panel 4
Crime Sources
Moderator
Dennis W. Catlin, Northern Arizona University
“The Long-term Impact of a Delinquency Record on
Employment”
Melanie Taylor and Tara Cole, University of Nevada, Reno
FRIDAY
1:00 – 2:30 pm
Teton 2
“Gun Toting Professors: The Case of Guns on Campus”
Howard A. Kurtz, Southwestern Oklahoma State University
“The Impact of Social Media on Student Protests in
South Africa
Samuel Umoh Uwem, University of Kwa Zulu Natal
Durban
“The Criminal Justice System’s Response to Drone
Related Crime”
Dennis W. Catlin, Northern Arizona University
Panel 5
Moderator
Roundtable: Research Updates in American Indian/Native
American Justice
(CROSSLISTED WITH AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES)
Marianne Nielsen, Northern Arizona University
FRIDAY
2:45 – 4:15 pm
N10
Discussants:
Marianne Nielsen, Northern Arizona University
Eileen Luna-Firebaugh, University of Arizona
Anne Luna-Gordinier, Susquehanna University
Cheryl Redhorse Bennet, Arizona State University
Karen Jarratt-Snider, Northern Arizona University
Linda Robyn, Northern Arizona University
44
ECONOMICS: ASSOCIATION FOR INSTITUTIONAL THOUGHT (AFIT)
ECONOMICS: ASSOCIATION FOR
INSTITUTIONAL THOUGHT (AFIT)
Tonia L. Warnecke
Rollins College
Panel 1
Roundtable: Institutional Inquiry: A Panel Discussion in
Honor of Glen W. Atkinson
Moderator
James T. Peach, New Mexico State University
THURSDAY
8:00 – 9:30 am
N7
Discussants:
James T. Peach, New Mexico State University
Richard V. Adkisson, New Mexico State University
Stephen P. Paschall, Lovett Bookman Harmon Marks, LLP
Glen W. Atkinson, University of Reno, Nevada
“J.R. Commons and the Financialization of the
American Economy”
John P. Watkins, Westminster College
Panel 2
Thorstein Veblen: Contemporary Insights
Moderator
Hendrik Van Den Berg, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
“Conspicuous Consumption and the Evolutionary
Dynamic That Veblen Missed”
Jon D. Wisman, American University
THURSDAY
9:45 – 11:15 am
N7
“Veblen, Social-Network Analysis, and the Emergence
of Production Capitalism”
John Hall, Portland State University
“Mills and Veblen: An Institutional Approach”
Matthew Klosterman, Portland State University
“Q and Investment: Tobin Versus Veblen”
Joe Ballegeer, University of Missouri – Kansas City
45
ECONOMICS: ASSOCIATION FOR INSTITUTIONAL THOUGHT (AFIT)
Panel 3
Gender, Youth, and Social Change
(CROSSLISTED WITH WOMEN’S AND GENDER STUDIES)
Moderator
Barbara Hopkins, Wright State University
“Exploring the Dynamic Human Interactions That
Shape Social Change: A Case Study of an
Antitrafficking Social Entrepreneurial Effort”
THURSDAY
Angie Kay Fuessel, George Washington University
9:45 – 11:15 am
N5
“Youth Employment in Ghana: Is Social
Entrepreneurship and the Employer of Last Resort the
Key?”
Richard Dadzie, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
“Social Innovation, Gender, and Technology”
Tonia L. Warnecke, Rollins College
“Economic Stress and Physical Intimate Partner
Violence around the Time of Pregnancy: Do
Institutions Matter?”
Jacqueline Strenio, University of Utah
Panel 4
Board Meeting
THURSDAY
11:30 – 12:45 pm
Economics: Association for Institutional
Thought Board Meeting
To Be Announced
Invitation Only
Panel 5
Panel in Honor of Anne Mayhew
Moderator
Discussant
Eric Hake, Catawba College
Anne Mayhew, University of Tennessee - Knoxville
THURSDAY
1:00 – 2:30 pm
N7
“Understanding Economies of Speed: Ralph Ketner and
His Five Fast Pennies”
Eric Hake, Catawba College
“On the Prospects of a Green Kondratieff Cycle”
Christopher Brown, Arkansas State University
“The Birth of Free Market Economics”
Tony Maynard, Franklin & Marshall College
46
ECONOMICS: ASSOCIATION FOR INSTITUTIONAL THOUGHT (AFIT)
Panel 6
Environmental and Social Sustainability
(CROSSLISTED WITH ECONOMICS: GENERAL)
Moderator
Daniel A. Underwood, Peninsula College and University of Washington
“Economic, Ecological, and Social Sustainability: A
Proposed Framework to Apply Social Innovations in
the Case of China”
THURSDAY
Vincent Yijiang Huang, University of Missouri – Kansas
2:45 – 4:15 pm
City
N5
“Development Economics and Green Jobs: How Fuzzy
Logic Can Inform ELR”
Natália Bracarense, North Central College; and Paulo
Afonso Bracarense, Universidade Federal do Paraná
“Management, Stakeholders, and Climate Policy at
Large U.S. Firms: An Institutionalist Analysis”
Nicholas Reksten, Sarah Lawrence College
“Which Factors Are Most Influential in Encouraging or
Dissuading Commercial Orlando Buildings to Seek
LEED Certification?”
Katrina Zdanowicz, Rollins College
Panel 7
History of Institutional Thought: Contemporary Insights
Moderator
John Henry, University of Missouri- Kansas City
“Wishful Thinking as Economic Theory: A Commentary
on the Worldview of Alfred Marshall, the Employment
Problem, and the Possibilities of Economic Chivalry”
THURSDAY
Jean Arment, University of Utah
2:45 – 4:15 pm
N7
“The Studies in Social Economics of Léon Walras and
his Far-Reaching Critique of Laissez Faire”
Arturo Hermann, National Statistical Institute, Italy
“Peter Kropotkin’s and Alexander Chayanov’s Prophesy
of a Solidarity Economy: Forgotten Social Innovation”
Svetlana Kirdina, Institute of Economics, Russian
Academy of Sciences
“Industrial Capitalism—What Veblen, Ayres, and
beyond Add to Nef and Mantoux”
Stephen Bannister, University of Utah
47
ECONOMICS: ASSOCIATION FOR INSTITUTIONAL THOUGHT (AFIT)
Panel 8
AFIT Student Scholars Competition Awardees
Moderator
Discussants
John P. Watkins, Westminster College
Jairo J. Parada, Universidad del Norte-Colombia
Bret Anderson, University of Rhode Island
John P. Watkins, Westminster College
“Miller Cedar Spartan Spy: Warren J. Samuels and the
Institutional Reprieve of the Coase Theorem”
Ali Jalali, University of Utah
THURSDAY
4:30 – 6:00 pm
N7
“One Step Forward, Two Steps Back: An Institutional
Analysis of the Post-Soviet Transition in Belarus”
Mila Malyshava, University of Missouri – Kansas City
“Economic Model Analysis and Economic Thought:
Effect of Social Relations on Model Analysis”
Heidie George, University of Utah
Panel 9
AFIT Banquet
THURSDAY
6:15 – 8:00 pm
To Be Announced
Economics: Association for Institutional
Thought Banquet
No-host Cocktails (Cash Bar): 6:15 pm
Dinner: 7:00 pm
(Tickets must be purchased on the AFIT website by
April 1st)
Panel 10
Roundtable: The Changing Environment of College Teaching
and Its Impact on Heterodox Economics
Moderator
Dell Champlin, Oregon State University
FRIDAY
8:00 – 9:30 am
N7
Discussants:
Dell Champlin, Oregon State University
Janice Peterson, California State University, Fresno
Daniel A. Underwood, Peninsula College and University of
Washington
Eric Hake, Catawba College
Paula Cole, University of Denver
Valerie Kepner, King’s College
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ECONOMICS: ASSOCIATION FOR INSTITUTIONAL THOUGHT (AFIT)
Panel 11
Developing Economies I
(CROSSLISTED WITH GLOBALIZATION AND DEVELOPMENT)
Moderator
Natália Bracarense, North Central College
“From Development to Poverty Management: Social
Policy in Turkey between 2003 and 2014”
Yavuz Yasar, University of Denver; and Gamze Cavdar,
Colorado State University
FRIDAY
9:45 – 11:15 am
N3
“Political Economy of India-Nepal Trade Blockade
(Trade Embargo)”
Kalpana Khanal, Nichols College
“Social Entrepreneurship and Women’s Employment in
China and India”
Tonia L. Warnecke, Rollins College
“Social Innovations for ‘Intelligent’ Territories: Fiction
or Reality?”
Jairo J. Parada, Universidad del Norte-Colombia
Panel 12
Business Operations and Business Cycles: Institutional
Perspectives
Moderator
Richard V. Adkisson, New Mexico State University
FRIDAY
9:45 – 11:15 am
N7
“Observations from the Re-emergence of Bottled
Water”
Neal J. Wilson, University of Missouri – Kansas City
“Intangible Assets and the Business Enterprise”
Avraham Izhar Baranes, Rollins College
“Reading on Business Cycles”
Kevin Furey, Chemeketa Community College
Panel 13
Book Review Panel: Just One More Hand: Life in the Casino
Economy by Ellen Mutari and Deborah M. Figart
Moderator
Zdravka Todorova, Wright State University
FRIDAY
1:00 – 2:30 pm
N7
Discussants:
Ellen Mutari, Stockton University
Deborah M. Figart, Stockton University
Glen W. Atkinson, University of Nevada, Reno
Dell Champlin, Oregon State University
Janice Peterson, California State University, Fresno
William Waller, Hobart and William Smith Colleges
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ECONOMICS: ASSOCIATION FOR INSTITUTIONAL THOUGHT (AFIT)
Panel 14
Community Development and the Social Fabric Matrix
Moderator
Richard Dadzie, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
“Capitals Transformation in Community Economic
Development”
Jonathan Ramse, University of Missouri – Kansas City
FRIDAY
2:45 – 4:15 pm
N7
“Sustainable Community Economic Development:
Asset Mapping and the Social Fabric Matrix as a Policy
Planning Framework”
Daniel A. Underwood, Peninsula College and University of
Washington; and Dan Friesner, North Dakota State
University and Washington State University
“Relationship of Social Innovation, System Concerns,
and the Social Fabric Matrix”
F. Gregory Hayden, University of Nebraska-Lincoln
Panel 15
Provisioning and Policymaking: Morality, Trust, and Social
Action
Moderator
Bret Anderson, University of Rhode Island
“Relevance of Evolutionary Psychology for Economic
Policy-making”
Rojhat B. Avsar, Columbia College, Chicago
FRIDAY
2:45 – 4:15 pm
N9
“Trust and Reciprocity Drive Common Goods
Allocation Norms”
Julia Puaschunder, The New School
“Ensuring Provisioning Security: Evolutionary
Strategies for a Post-Capitalist Revolution”
Barbara Hopkins, Wright State University
“Answering Economic Imperialism with Social Action
in the Academy”
Stefanie Cole, University of Missouri – Kansas City
Panel 16
Moderator
Human Nature and Institutional Economics
James T. Peach, New Mexico State University
“On the Nature of “Human Nature”: Making Economic
Assumptions with an Evolutionary, Interdisciplinary,
and Institutional Framework”
FRIDAY
Jerome D. Cox, Wright State University
4:30 – 6:00 pm
N7
“Dewey’s Habit-Centered Psychology: Its Continued
Relevance for Theory and Policy”
James L. Webb, University of Missouri – Kansas City
“Processes and the Multidimensional Individual in
Institutional Economics”
Zdravka Todorova, Wright State University
“Instincts and Care”
William Waller, Hobart & William Smith Colleges
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ECONOMICS: ASSOCIATION FOR INSTITUTIONAL THOUGHT (AFIT)
Panel 17
Recent Advances in Institutional Thought
Moderator
Rojhat B. Avsar, Columbia College, Chicago
“Subreption and Evolutionary Economics”
Joseph Mitchell-Nelson, John Hall, Portland State
University; and Alexander Dunlap, Sussex University
SATURDAY
8:00 – 9:30 am
N7
“Logic of Scientific Investigation and the Evolutionary
Process: Contributions for an Abductive-Indiciary
Model”
Manuel Ramon Souza Luz, Universidade Federal do ABC
“Peirce and Holmes: Institutionalism as a ‘Deductive’
Science”
Christian Dodge, University of Missouri – Kansas City
“Urban Development in Original Institutional
Economics”
Jordan Shipley, University of Missouri – Kansas City
Panel 18
Book Review Panel: Joseph Stiglitz’ The Great Divide
(CROSSLISTED WITH ECONOMICS: GENERAL)
Moderators
Reynold Nesiba, Augustana College
James T. Peach, New Mexico State University
SATURDAY
9:45 – 11:15 am
N7
Panel 19
Discussants:
James T. Peach, New Mexico State University
Richard V. Adkisson, New Mexico State University
Reynold Nesiba, Augustana College
Tonia L. Warnecke, Rollins College
John P. Watkins, Westminster College
Employment and “Good Jobs”
(CROSSLISTED WITH WOMEN’S AND GENDER STUDIES)
Moderator
Janice Peterson, California State University, Fresno
“Work-Family Policy and Economic Cycles in Western
Europe: Bridging the Gaps in Women’s Labor Force
Participation Research”
SATURDAY
Kaitlyn Sims, California State University, Fresno
1:00 – 2:30 pm
N7
“Public Employment Guarantee: An Institutional
Adjustment Towards an Inclusive Provisioning
Process”
Brandon McCoy, University of Missouri – Kansas City
“Defeminization of Manufacturing, Pre-mature
Deindustrialization, and Gender Competition for Good
Jobs”
Bret Anderson, University of Rhode Island
51
ECONOMICS: ASSOCIATION FOR INSTITUTIONAL THOUGHT (AFIT)
Panel 20
Developing Economies II
(CROSSLISTED WITH GLOBALIZATION AND DEVELOPMENT)
Moderator
Tonia L. Warnecke, Rollins College
“Institutions without Culture. Critique of Acemoglu
and Robinson’s Theory of Economic Development”
Joanna Dzionek-Kozlowska and Rafal Matera, University of
SATURDAY
Lodz
2:45 – 4:15 pm
N7
“Can Caribbean Integration be a Transformative
Force?”
Winston H. Griffith, Bucknell University
“Technology and Authoritarianism in the Brazilian
Military Dictatorship (1964-1985)”
Roberto Resende Simiqueli, Universidade Estadual de
Campinas
“Conservatism and Change in the June Journeys: An
Exercise in Institutional Political Economy”
Manuel Ramon Souza Luz, Universidade Federal do ABC;
and Roberto Resende Simiqueli, Universidade Estadual de
Campinas
Panel 21
Innovation and Institutional Economics
Moderator
Mitch Green, Department of Energy
“Mergers and Acquisitions and Their Effect on
Innovation in the Pharmaceutical Industry”
Avraham Izhar Baranes, Rollins College
SATURDAY
4:30 – 6:00 pm
N7
“Innovation and Idolatry: Institutionalist and Post
Keynesian Perspectives on the ‘Innovative Enterprise’
and the ‘Knowledge Economy’”
Erik Dean, Portland Community College
“An Empirically Grounded Institutional Analysis of
Product Development”
Christian Spanberger, University of Missouri – Kansas City
“Promoting the Innovation and Use of Vision in 21st
Century Institutional Economics: Looking Backward to
Look Forward”
Richard Wagner, Rockhurst University
52
ECONOMICS: ASSOCIATION FOR INSTITUTIONAL THOUGHT (AFIT)
Panel 22
Money, Finance, and Investment: Social Dimensions
Moderator
Christopher Brown, Arkansas State University
“Islamic Finance and its Adaptation to the US Market”
Ayesha Tahir Hashmi, University of Texas at Dallas
SATURDAY
4:30 – 6:00 pm
N8
“Social Innovation and the Social Economy of Money”
David Plante, Western State Colorado University
“Socio-Psychological Motives of Socially Responsible
Investors”
Julia Puaschunder, The New School
53
ECONOMICS: FINANACE AND BUSINESS
ECONOMICS: FINANCE AND BUSINESS
Kashi Nath Tiwari
KNT’s Academic Financial Research
Panel 1
Moderator
Border Economics and Exchange Rate in Mexico / Economía
de la Frontera y Tipo de Cambio en Mexico
(CROSSLISTED WITH LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES AND
ASSOCIATION FOR BORDERLAND STUDIES)
Eliseo Diaz-González, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte, México
“The Exchange Rate and the Purchasing Power Parity
Hypothesis in Mexico and the United States”
Alejandro Díaz-Bautista, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte,
FRIDAY
México
4:30 – 6:00 pm
Cascade
“Effects of the Exchange Rate (Peso/Dollar) on Levels
of Violence and Insecurity in the Northern Border
States of Mexico”
Salvador González-Andrade, El Colegio de la Frontera
Norte, México
“Mexico-US Economic Integration and Its Impact on
Cross-Border Economic Organizations in the San
Diego-Tijuana Border Region”
Jorge Eduardo Mendoza Cota, El Colegio de la Frontera,
México
“Depreciación del Tipo de Cambio y Formación de
Precios. La Economía de la Frontera en la Turbulencia
Financiera Internacional”
Eliseo Diaz-González, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte,
México
54
ECONOMICS: FINANACE AND BUSINESS
Panel 2
System, Chaos, and Investments
Moderator
Discussants
Manuel J. Tarrazo, University of San Francisco
Julia Puaschunder, The New School
Manuel J. Tarrazo, University of San Francisco
David H. Lindsay, California State University, Stanislaus
“The Talk about ‘The System’ – Clarifying Objective
Performance and Subjective Perceptions in Our
Economic-Political-Social Systems”
SATURDAY
Manuel J. Tarrazo, University of San Francisco
8:00 – 9:30 am
Teton 1
“The Relationship between SAT Section Scores and
CPA Exam Pass Rates”
David H. Lindsay, Annhenrie Campbell, Tim Firch, Kim B.
Tan, California State University, Stanislaus
“Socio-Psychological Motives of Socially Responsible
Investors”
Julia Puaschunder, The New School
Panel 3
Capital Investments
Moderator
Discussants
David H. Lindsay, California State University, Stanislaus
Julia Puaschunder, The New School
David H. Lindsay, California State University, Stanislaus
Manuel J. Tarrazo, University of San Francisco
“Interdisciplinary Research and Thomas Piketty’s
Capital in the 21st Century”
Manuel J. Tarrazo, University of San Francisco
SATURDAY
9:45 – 11:15 am
Teton 1
“On the Emergence, Current State, and Future
Perspectives of Socially Responsible Investment”
Julia Puaschunder, The New School
“The Relationship between Teaching and Research
within the Western Region”
David H. Lindsay, Annhenrie Campbell, Kim B. Tan, and
Tim Firch, California State University, Stanislaus
55
ECONOMICS: FINANACE AND BUSINESS
Panel 4
Financial Environment
Moderator
Juan Pedro Benitez Guadarrama, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de
México
Discussants
Julia Puaschunder, The New School
Juan Pedro Benitez Guadarrama, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de
México
Ziya Cologlu, University of Texas at Dallas
“Global Responsible Intergenerational Leadership: The
Quest of an Integration of Intergenerational Equity in
Corporate Social Responsibility (CSR) Models”
SATURDAY
Julia Puaschunder, The New School
1:00 – 2:30 pm
Teton 1
“Evaluation of the Quality of a Financial App in
Professional Environment”
Juan Pedro Benitez Guadarrama, Ana Luisa Ramírez Roja,
and Francisco Zorrilla Briones, Universidad Autónoma del
Estado de México
“Financial Decisions, Cultural Norms, and Theology”
Ayesha Tahir Hashmi, University of Texas at Dallas
“Price Dynamics in Asian and European Markets”
Ziya Cologlu, University of Texas at Dallas
Panel 5
Asset Valuation
Moderator
Discussants
Frank Ohara, University of San Francisco
Kashi Nath Tiwari, KNT’s Academic Financial Research
Dev Prasad, University of Massachusetts Lowell
Vivek Bhargava, Florida Gulf Coast University
“Free Cash Flow Accounting: From the Classroom to
Practice”
Frank Ohara and John Gonzales, University of San
SATURDAY
Francisco
2:45 – 4:15 pm
Teton 1
“Market Events, Bank Size, and Stock Earnings”
Ravi Jain and Dev Prasad, University of Massachusetts
Lowell
“Stock Market Volatility and Returns Revisited”
Vivek Bhargava, Florida Gulf Coast University
“Financial Markets – Survey”
Ravi Jain and Dev Prasad, University of Massachusetts
Lowell
56
ECONOMICS: FINANACE AND BUSINESS
Panel 6
Mutual Funds, Valuation, and Markets
Moderator
Discussants
Kashi Nath Tiwari, KNT’s Academic Financial Research
Kashi Nath Tiwari, KNT’s Academic Financial Research
David H. Lindsay, California State University, Stanislaus
Vivek Bhargava, Florida Gulf Coast University
“Mutual Funds – Revisited”
Vivek Bhargava, Florida Gulf Coast University
SATURDAY
4:30 – 6:00 pm
Teton 1
“Financial Factors, Environment, and Projects Values”
Kashi Nath Tiwari, KNT’s Academic Financial Research
“Relative Weights of Price and Cash Flow
Reinvestment Effects”
Kashi Nath Tiwari, KNT’s Academic Financial Research
57
ECONOMICS: GENERAL
ECONOMICS: GENERAL
Chris Erickson
New Mexico State University
Environmental and Social Sustainability
(CROSSLISTED WITH ECONOMICS: ASSOCIATION FOR
INSTITUTIONAL THOUGHT)
Panel 1
Moderator
Daniel A. Underwood, Peninsula College and University of Washington
“Economic, Ecological, and Social Sustainability: A
Proposed Framework to Apply Social Innovations in
the Case of China”
THURSDAY
Vincent Yijiang Huang, University of Missouri – Kansas City
2:45 – 4:15 pm
N5
“Development Economics and Green Jobs: How Fuzzy
Logic Can Inform ELR”
Natália Bracarense, North Central College; and Paulo
Afonso Bracarense, Universidade Federal do Paraná
“Management, Stakeholders, and Climate Policy at
Large U.S. Firms: An Institutionalist Analysis”
Nicholas Reksten, Sarah Lawrence College
“Which Factors Are Most Influential in Encouraging or
Dissuading Commercial Orlando Buildings to Seek
LEED Certification?”
Katrina Zdanowicz, Rollins College
Panel 2
Economics and Health
Moderator
Discussant
Ram N. Acharya, New Mexico State University
Kristina Lybecker, Colorado College
“Impact of Natural Amenities, Food Environment, and
Income Inequality on Diabetes”
Ram N. Acharya and Alex Bernal, New Mexico State
FRIDAY
University
8:00 – 9:30 am
Ruby 2
“The Impact of the Complete Food Environment on
County-level Obesity Rates”
Julia Lawton, El Pomar Foundation; and Kristina
Lybecker, Colorado College
“Informational Policy Improves Consumers’ Choice for
Healthier Food”
Norman Lo, San Francisco State University
“Nevada Ranchers Attitudes towards the
Trichomoniasis Vaccine”
Florina Salaghe and Thomas Haris, University of Nevada,
Reno
58
ECONOMICS: GENERAL
Panel 3
Fun, Games, and Education
Moderator
Discussant
Frederick John Oerther III, Western Oregon University
Ying Zhen, Wesleyan College
“Dynamics and Challenges in Using Games to Teach
Economics”
Frederick John Oerther III, Western Oregon University
FRIDAY
9:45 – 11:15 am
Ruby 1
“Using the Evolution of International Trade Theories
and Kahoot! to Teach Comparative Advantage”
Ying Zhen, Wesleyan College
“The Second Arms Race in the NCAA: Capital
Expenditures among Football Bowl Subdivision (FBS)
Schools”
James T. Peach and Paul Weir, New Mexico State
University
“The Beauty of Ivy”
Julia Puaschunder, The New School
“Tale of Two Cities: A Comparative Study of
Relationship between Education and Economic
Prosperity”
Sharaf Rehman, University of Texas - Rio Grande Valley;
and Joanna Dzionek-Kozlowska, University of Lodz, Poland
Panel 4
Economics of Institutions
Moderator
Discussant
David Aske, University of Northern Colorado
Comfort Ricketts, New Mexico State University
“Organizing the Religious Marketplace”
David Aske, University of Northern Colorado
FRIDAY
9:45 – 11:15 am
Ruby 2
“Developing an Operational Placement Model of
Institutions”
Rhonda R. Cormanand David Aske, University of Northern
Colorado
“The Effect of Religious Knowledge Disparities on
Future Extremism”
Comfort Ricketts and Carlos Guilherme Silva, New Mexico
State University
59
ECONOMICS: GENERAL
Panel 5
Labor Issues
Moderator
Discussant
Francisca Reyes, Western New Mexico University
Randall Kesselring, Arkansas State University
“Occupational Substitutability”
Eric Gibbons, University of Nevada, Reno
FRIDAY
1:00 – 2:30 pm
Ruby 2
“Female Labor Supply and the Social Security Earnings
Test by Marital Status, Ethnicity, and Race”
Dale S. Bremmer, Rose-Hulman Institute of Technology;
and Randall Kesselring, Arkansas State University
“First Job of Economist”
Leila Pratt, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
“Labor Market Monopsony: The Case of New Mexico
and the Copper Mines”
Francisca Reyes, Western New Mexico University
Panel 6
Issues in General Economics
Moderator
Discussant
Thomas M. Fullerton, Jr., University of Texas at El Paso
Carlos Guilherme Silva, New Mexico State University
“The Impact of Drought on Tourism: The California
County Level Analysis”
Carlos Guilherme Silva, New Mexico State University
FRIDAY
2:45 – 4:15 pm
Sierra 2
“Effects of Dual-credit Enrollment and Early College
High School on Utah Public Education”
Richard Haskell, Sr., Westminster College
“Working with State Longitudinal Data Sets: Exploring
the UDA and MCDS”
Richard Haskell, Sr., Peter Seppi, and David Tille,
Westminster College
“Major League Baseball 2015, what a Difference a Year
Makes”
Thomas M. Fullerton, Jr., University of Texas at El Paso;
and James T. Peach, New Mexico State University
60
ECONOMICS: GENERAL
Panel 7
Regional Development Issues
Moderator
Discussant
Richard V. Adkisson, New Mexico State University
Malieka Landis, University of Nevada, Reno
“The Impact of Industrial Diversification on
Employment Volatility in the 50 U.S. States, 20002013”
FRIDAY
Francisco J. Pallares and Richard V. Adkisson, New
2:45 – 4:15 pm
Mexico State University
Ruby 2
“Area Sector Analysis Process: Ranking the
Intersection of Community Goals and Industry Needs”
Malieka Landis, Thomas R. Harris, George W. Borden,
University of Nevada, Reno; and Donald E. Albrecht, Utah
State University
“Small Business Access to Capital in El Paso, TX”
Manuel Reyes and Jesus Mendoza, University of Texas at
El Paso
Panel 8
Topics in Economic Development
Moderator
Discussant
Shunfeng Song, University of Nevada, Reno
Victor Owusu-Nantwi, New Mexico State University
“China’s Urban Development Policies and City Growth:
An Analysis Based on the Gibrat Law”
Shunfeng Song, University of Nevada, Reno
SATURDAY
8:00 – 9:30 am
Teton 2
“Use of Multi-Regional Interindustry Model to Target
Industrial Gaps and Disconnects for Economic
Development: A Sierra Pacific Megapolitan Area
Example”
Thomas R. Harris and Jeffery Stroup, University of
Nevada, Reno
“Does Foreign Aid Matter to Economic Growth?
Evidence from Fifteen ECOWAS Countries”
Victor Owusu-Nantwi, New Mexico State University
Panel 9
Book Review Panel: Joseph Stiglitz’ The Great Divide
(CROSSLISTED WITH ECONOMICS: ASSOCIATION FOR
INSTITUTIONAL THOUGHT)
Moderators
Reynold Nesiba, Augustana College
James T. Peach, New Mexico State University
SATURDAY
9:45 – 11:15 am
N7
Discussants:
James T. Peach, New Mexico State University
Richard V. Adkisson, New Mexico State University
Reynold Nesiba, Augustana College
Tonia L. Warnecke, Rollins College
John P. Watkins, Westminster College
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ECONOMICS: GENERAL
Panel 10
Income Distribution and Equity
Moderator
Discussant
Jack W. Hou, California State University, Long Beach
Jeffery Stroup, University of Nevada, Reno
“Intergenerational Equity in the Eye of Overindebtedness”
Julia Puaschunder, The New School
SATURDAY
1:00 – 2:30 pm
Teton 2
“Causal Mechanisms in the Intergenerational
Transmission of Income in China”
Jack W. Hou, California State University, Long Beach
“Income and Age Distributed Social Accounting
Matrix”
Jeffery Stroup and Thomas R. Harris, University of
Nevada, Reno
Panel 11
Issues in Microeconomics
Moderator
Discussant
Timothy Clark, University of Missouri – Kansas City
Karl R. Geisler, New Mexico State
“Dichotomy of Recovery: Nevada Tourism and the
Great Recession”
Karl R. Geisler, New Mexico State University
SATURDAY
2:45 – 4:15 pm
Teton 2
“The Impact of Drought on Tourism: The California
County Level Analysis”
Carlos Guilherme Silva, New Mexico State University
“In Lieu of a Theory of Value”
Timothy Clark, University of Missouri – Kansas City
“Price Dynamics in Asian and European LNG Markets”
Ziya Cologlu, University of Texas at Dallas
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ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY AND NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
ENVIRONMENTAL POLICY
AND NATURAL RESOURCES MANAGEMENT
Chelsea Schelly
Michigan Technological University
Panel 1
Public Land Management: Its History and Current Issues
Moderator
Chelsea Schelly, Michigan Technological University
“Creating the National Park System: The Men and the
Politics”
Steven Parker, University of Nevada – Las Vegas
THURSDAY
8:00 – 9:30 am
Ruby 2
“Taking a Hard Look at Land Swaps Maps: Using a
Doctrine to Challenge Federal Land Agencies”
Giancarlo Panagia, Westminster College
“Of Grouse and Men: The Sage Grouse Issue - A Public
Policy Perspective”
Christian R. Thauer, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
Panel 2
The Politics of Public Lands: Trends and Developments in
the Governance of the Commons in the American West, A
Roundtable
Moderator
Christian R. Thauer, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem
“Current Issues in Public Land Management”
John Freemuth, Boise State University
SATURDAY
8:00 – 930 am
Sierra 1
“Environmental Challenges Facing the Great Basin”
Zachary Smith, Northern Arizona University
“Rhetoric on the Sage Grouse Decision”
Phil Brick, Whitman College
“Public Lands and the Sage Grouse”
Eric Herzik, University of Nevada, Reno
“From Spotted Owls to Greater Sage Grouse: How
Conservation has Evolved”
Jim Lyons, Deputy Assistant Secretary Land and Minerals
Management Department of the Interior
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Panel 3
Issues of Power in Natural Resource Use and Management
Moderator
Mayra O. Sanchez Gonzalez, Michigan Technological University
“The Political Economy of Mountaintop Removal
Mining: Reproducing Big Coal’s Hegemony in Southern
West Virginia”
SATURDAY
Michael S. Cook, Northern Arizona University
9:45 – 11:15 am
Sierra 1
“Municipal Solid Waste Governance. A Theoretical and
Methodological Approach”
Beatriz Adriana Venegas Sahagun, Universidad de
Guadalajara, México
“Ecotourism and Women Empowerment: A Case Study
in Quintana Roo, Mexico”
Mayra O. Sanchez Gonzalez, Michigan Technological
University
“The Treadmill of Taxation: Environmental
Authoritarianism and the Fiscal Crisis of State in
Northwestern China”
KuoRay Mao, Colorado State University-Fort Collins
Panel 4
The Economics of Sustainability
Moderator
Chelsea Schelly, Michigan Technological University
“Environmental and Natural Resource Management as
Corporate Social Responsibility: An Analysis of Recent
Trends of Major Indian Private Companies
SATURDAY
Aparajita Banerjee, Michigan Technological University
1:00 – 2:30 pm
Sierra 1
“Price Dynamics in Asian and European LNG Markets”
Ziya Cologlu, University of Texas at Dallas
“Save One and We’ll Give You Two: Impacts of
Generous CO2 Credits Granted by the EPA to Sellers of
Electric Vehicles in California”
Roy Allen and Asbjorn Moseidjord, Saint Mary’s College of
California
Panel 5
Innovations in Understanding the Social Nature of
Environmental Behavior and Environmental Management
Moderator
Jared L. Talley, Boise State University
“Ethical Decision Making under Social Uncertainty: An
Introduction to Ueberethicality”
Julia Puaschunder, The New School
SATURDAY
2:45 – 4:15 pm
Sierra 1
“Look What the Cat Dragged In: Social Construction,
Cats, and the Environment”
Jared L. Talley, Boise State University
“Pursuing Sustainable Consumption through Diverse
Alternative Economies: A Comparative Examination of
Two US Intentional Communities”
Chelsea Schelly, Michigan Technological University
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GLOBALIZATION AND DEVELOPMENT
GLOBALIZATION AND DEVELOPMENT
Pete Martini
Heidelberg University
Panel 1
Refugees
(CROSSLISTED WITH SOCIAL WORK)
Moderator
Moises Diaz, Utah State University
THURSDAY
8:00 – 9:30 am
N4
Panel 2
Moderator
“Motives for Deportees and Migrants to Remain on the
Border”
Myriam Hernandez, Juanita Cabrera, Ivan Gutierrez, and
Luz Chavez, Northern Arizona University, Yuma
“Identity and Livelihood Reconstruction Challenges for
Refugee and Internally Displaced Populations”
Michèle Companion, University of Colorado Colorado
Springs
Intersection of Policy, Public Needs, and Private
Organizations
Pete Martini, Heidelberg University
“The Emergence of Humanitarian Contractors”
Michael Prather, University of California, Riverside
FRIDAY
8:00 – 9:30 am
Sierra 2
“Long Live Life: The Stockholm Conference and Global
Environmental Consciousness”
Cecilia Gowdy-Wygant, Front Range Community College
“Regulatory Challenges in Mexico for Reducing
Uncertainties in the Management of Scientific and
Technological Developments: Genetic Engineering,
Horizontal Hydraulic Fracturing”
Beatriz Hernández Martínez, Jazmín Anaid Flores-Zúñiga,
and Rosa Inés González-Torres, Universidad Autónoma
Metropolitana Azcapotzalco
“Migrant Women, Gender and Education; Postgraduate
Women in Durban University of Technology, South
Africa”
Eberein Temitope, Universityn of Kwazulu-Natal; and Ige
Oluwafemi, Osun State College of Technology
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GLOBALIZATION AND DEVELOPMENT
Panel 3
Moderator
Developing Economies I
(CROSSLISTED WITH ECONOMICS: ASSOCIATION FOR
INSTITUTIONAL THOUGHT)
Natália Bracarense, North Central College
“From Development to Poverty Management: Social
Policy in Turkey between 2003 and 2014”
Yavuz Yasar, University of Denver; and Gamze Cavdar,
FRIDAY
Colorado State University
9:45 – 11:15 am
N3
“Political Economy of India-Nepal Trade Blockade
(Trade Embargo)”
Kalpana Khanal, Nichols College
“Social Entrepreneurship and Women’s Employment in
China and India”
Tonia L. Warnecke, Rollins College
“Social Innovations for ‘Intelligent’ Territories: Fiction
or Reality?”
Jairo J. Parada, Universidad del Norte-Colombia
Panel 4
Global Change and Emerging Economies
Moderator
Pete Martini, Heidelberg University
“Globalization and China”
Berch Berberoglu, University of Nevada, Reno
FRIDAY
1:00 – 2:30 pm
N8
“Bridging the Digital Divide: Latent Implications for
Developing Countries and Global Security”
Joe Cudjoe, Florida Gulf Coast University
“Putty Capital’s Shadow of the Invisible Hand on Clay
Labor: On the Emergent Risk of Differing Speeds of
European Union Capital and Labor Freedom in Times of
European Migration”
Julia Puaschunder, The New School
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Panel 5
Developing Economies II
(CROSSLISTED WITH ECONOMICS: ASSOCIATION FOR
INSTITUTIONAL THOUGHT)
Moderator
Tonia L. Warnecke, Rollins College
“Institutions without Culture. Critique of Acemoglu
and Robinson’s Theory of Economic Development”
Joanna Dzionek-Kozlowska and Rafal Matera, University of
SATURDAY
Lodz
2:45 – 4:15 pm
N7
“Can Caribbean Integration be a Transformative
Force?”
Winston H. Griffith, Bucknell University
“Technology and Authoritarianism in the Brazilian
Military Dictatorship (1964-1985)”
Roberto Resende Simiqueli, Universidade Estadual de
Campinas
“Conservatism and Change in the June Journeys: An
Exercise in Institutional Political Economy”
Manuel Ramon Souza Luz, Universidade Federal do ABC;
and Roberto Resende Simiqueli, Universidade Estadual de
Campinas
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HISTORY
HISTORY
Monica S. Gallamore
University of Central Oklahoma
Melissa Langley Biegert
Austin Community College
Panel 1
Early American History
Moderator
Bradley W. Root, St. Mary’s University
THURSDAY
1:00 – 2:30 pm
Teton 1
“Redefining Loyalty in Revolutionary America”
James Gigantino, University of Arkansas
“Ripe for Mischief: Contemporary Response to the
Suffolk Resolves”
Duncan Knox, Texas Tech University
Panel 2
Popular Culture
Moderator
Monica S. Gallamore, University of Central Oklahoma
“Most Haunted: Britain, Scotland, and Ireland”
Sahara Mobers, Front Range Community College
FRIDAY
9:45 – 11:15 am
N5
“The New Malaysian: The Rise of Popular Culture in
Malaysia and the Fall of the Government Ideals during
the 1980s and 1990s”
Taylor Pollock, St Mary’s University
“Hollywood and the British Occupation of Libya: The
Post Empire Film Bengazi (1955)”
Richard A. Voeltz, Cameron University
Panel 3
Roundtable: Teaching College History in the 21st Century
Moderators
Melissa Langley Biegert, Austin Community College
Monica S. Gallamore, University of Central Oklahoma
FRIDAY
1:00 – 2:30 pm
Join us for a discussion of teaching college history in the
21st century.
N5
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HISTORY
Panel 4
Borderlands and Latin American History
Moderator
Melissa Langley Biegert, Austin Community College
“Destiny’s Dreamers: U.S. Soldiers and the Occupation
Press Corps in Mexico, 1846-1848”
Derek Ystebo, North Dakota State University
FRIDAY
2:45 – 4:15 pm
N5
“From Peasant to Patriot: Chaco War and Veteran
Mobilization”
Robert Niebuhr, Arizona State University
“Apoyamos Lucha del Pueblo Uruguayo: Cuban
Perceptions of the Tupamaros and the Left in Uruguay”
Lindsey Churchill, University of Central Oklahoma
Panel 5
The Environment and Women’s Activism
Moderator
Lindsey Churchill, University of Central Oklahoma
FRIDAY
4:30 – 6:00 pm
N5
“Women in The Terror: The Writers of Bloodshed and
Equality”
Bernadette Grondin, Front Range Community College
“Barbara Ward and the Lopsided World: One
Economist’s Fight for Environmental Justice”
Cecilia Gowdy-Wygant, Front Range Community College
Panel 6
Correspondence, War, and Transformation
Moderator
Richard A. Voeltz, Cameron University
“A Journey from Frontiersmen to Historian: The
Letters of George Northrup”
Luke Koran, North Dakota State University
SATURDAY
9:45 – 11:15 am
Sierra 2
“Franklin Roosevelt’s One Hundred Days and a New
Deal for America”
Jeffrey Smith, Front Range Community College
“Letters from World War II: A Love Story”
Colleen Sawyer, Front Range Community College
“The Decline and Eclipse of Brigadier General S.L.A.
Marshall, 1960-1977”
Clifford Egan, University of Houston
69
LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES
LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES
Ignacio Medina-Núñez
Universidad de Guadalajara, México
Jesús Ruiz-Flores
Universidad de Guadalajara, México
Panel 1
Latin American Studies Section Opening Panel
Moderator
María de Los Ángeles Flores-Gutiérrez, Texas A&M International University,
Laredo, TX, USA
Discussant
Ignacio Medina-Núñez, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
“El Eje Latinoamericano de Articulación en la Western
Social Science Association”
Jesús Ruiz-Flores, Universidad de Guadalajara, México;
THURSDAY
and Fernando Pedro Viacava-Breiding, Instituto Nacional
8:00 – 9:30 am
Tecnológico de Morelia, México
N1
“La Política Social ante la Desigualdad en Cuba en
Momentos de Crisis y Reforma. Una Reflexión Cuya
Lección no ha sido Aprendida”
Yunier Rojas-Bazail, Universidad de La Habana, Cuba
“La Agenda Social de la Integración Latinoamericana”
Ángel Lorenzo Florido-Alejo, Universidad de Guadalajara,
México
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LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES
Panel 2
Movimientos Migratorios: Casos
Moderator
Discussant
Edith Mei Lai Cuan-Corpus, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
Ángel Lorenzo Florido-Alejo, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
“Violación a los Derechos Humanos de las Mujeres
Centroamericanas Transmigrantes en el Territorio
Mexicano”
THURSDAY
Ana Isai López-Guerra, Universidad de Guadalajara,
9:45 – 11:15 am
México
N1
“Condiciones Laborales y de Salud Sexual y
Reproductiva de Mujeres Indígenas Jornaleras en el
Noroeste de México”
Lourdes Camarena-Ojinaga, Concepción Martínez-Valdés,
and Evarista Arellano-García, Universidad Autónoma de
Baja California, México; and Christine von Glascoe, El
Colegio de la Frontera Norte, México
“Dinámicas Migratorias en Ocotlán: Permanencia y
Desplazamiento de las Familias Mixtas, Integradas por
Centroamericanos y Mexicanos”
Miriam Anahí Guerra-Hernández, Universidad de
Guadalajara, México
“La Vida de los Migrantes Mexiquenses al Retorno”
Renato Salas-Alfaro, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de
México
Panel 3
Salud y Calidad de Vida I
Moderator
Discussant
Miriam Anahí Guerra-Hernández, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
Ana Uribe, University of Colima, México
“Calidad de Vida en el Trabajo por Niveles de Atención,
en Trabajadores de una Institución de Salud en
Guadalajara, México”
THURSDAY
Raquel González-Baltazar, Gustavo Hidalgo-Santacruz,
9:45 – 11:15 am
Silvia Graciela León-Cortés, Mónica Isabel ContrerasEstrada, and María Liliana Hidalgo-González, Universidad
de Guadalajara, México
N2
“Inequidades Sanitarias y Determinantes Sociales en
México”
Dulce María Aparicio-Padilla, Lucero Jazmín CuevasPichardo, and María Teresa Carrillo-Gómez, Universidad
de Guadalajara, México
“Panorama de la Mercadotecnia en Salud en América
Latina”
Heberto Romeo Priego-Alvarez, Universidad Juárez
Autónoma de Tabasco, México; and Nery Suarez-Lugo,
Escuela Nacional de Salud Pública, Cuba
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Panel 4
Women: Migration, Quality of Life and Education
(CROSSLISTED WITH WOMEN’S AND GENDER STUDIES)
Moderator
Discussant
Daniel Enrique Pérez, University of Nevada, Reno
Ma. Teresa Prieto-Quezada, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
“Some Considerations about Well-being and Quality of
Life: The Case of Indigenous Female Migrant Daylaborers in Northwest México”
THURSDAY
Christine von Glascoe, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte,
1:00 – 2:30 pm
México; Concepción Martínez-Valdés, Evarista ArellanoGarcía, and Lourdes Camarena-Ojinaga, Universidad
Autónoma de Baja California, México
N2
“Effects of Violence on the Reproductive Strategies of
Migrant Women from Central America in Transit
through México”
Susanne Maria Willers, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de
México
“Comprehending Aggression and Violence on Women in
Higher Education: In the Individual Contexts and in
Dating Relationships”
Blanca E. Arciga-Zavala, María Trinidad Torres-Vera, and
Leonel García-León, Universidad Juárez Autónoma de
Tabasco, México
Panel 5
Salud y Calidad de Vida II
(CROSSLISTED WITH SOCIOLOGY)
Dulce María Aparicio-Padilla, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
Heberto Romeo Priego-Alvarez, Universidad Juárez Autónoma de Tabasco,
México
“Implicaciones Jurídicas por la Colisión de Derechos a
la Salud en Menores de Edad Frente a la Creencia
Religiosa de sus Padres o Tutores: Caso Testigos de
THURSDAY
Jehová”
1:00 – 2:30 pm
Antonio Jiménez-Díaz, Erandini Donaxi Pinto Pérez, and
Alfonso Martínez-Allegre, Universidad de Guadalajara,
México
N1
Moderator
Discussant
“Sociedad y Alimentación: Ser Diabético en México”
Enrique Omar Alonso-Gossio, Universidad del Claustro de
Sor Juana, México
“Undocumented Students in Los Angeles, California:
Academic Success, Adversity and a Resilient Way”
Ana Uribe, University of Colima, México
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Panel 6
Movimientos Migratorios: Política Social
Moderator
Discussant
Renato Salas-Alfaro, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México
Christine von Glascoe, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte, México
“Los Aspectos Sociales de la Migración en la Frontera
sur de México con Guatemala”
Óscar Priego-Hernández, Miguel A. Ramírez-Martínez, José
THURSDAY
Félix García-Rodríguez, and Aida B. Armenta-Ramírez,
2:45 – 4:15 pm
Universidad Juárez Autónoma de Tabasco, México
N1
“Paradojas y Tensiones de los Derechos Humamos en la
Agenda de la Integración Social en América Latina:
Género, Raza y Exclusiones”
Celia Magaña-García, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
“Hacia una Política Migratoria Hemisférica de
Movimientos Laborales Coordinados (PMHMLC)”
José Tomas Vives-Urbina and Jorge Alberto Pérez-Torres,
Universidad de Guadalajara, México
Panel 7
Pobreza y Desigualdad
Moderator
Discussant
Óscar Priego-Hernández, Universidad Juárez Autónoma de Tabasco, México
Celia Magaña-García, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
“Exclusión Social en América Latina. Pobreza en los
Asentamientos Irregulares en la Zona Metropolitana de
Guadalajara”
THURSDAY
Sandra Lucero Rivera-Martínez and Patricia Guadalupe
2:45 – 4:15 pm
Sandoval-Martínez, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
N2
“El Proceso de ‘Pacificación’ en las Favelas de Río De
Janeiro”
Cristian Guadalupe Anita-Ramírez, Universidad de
Guadalajara, México
“Index of Marginalization in México: A Geographical
Approach”
Elsa Mireya Rosales-Estrada, Marcela Virginia SantanaJuárez, and Francisco José Holguín-García, Universidad
Autónoma del Estado de México
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LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES
Panel 8
Estado y Movimientos Sociales
Moderator
Discussant
Lucero Jazmín Cuevas-Pichardo, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
Maricruz Villagrán-García, Universidad Veracruzana, México
“Movimientos Sociales y la Lucha por la
Democratización. El Caso del Movimiento por la Paz,
México”
THURSDAY
Moisés Isaac Islas-de Anda, Universidad de Guadalajara,
4:30 – 6:00 pm
México
N1
“Relación Sociedad Civil y Gobierno, Aliados o
Adversarios. Comparativo México-Chile”
Mayra Guadalupe Iñiguez-Basulto, Universidad de
Guadalajara, México
“Perspectivas y Capacidad de Intervención en la
Agenda Estatal de los Movimientos Sociales de
Familiares de Desaparecidos: Análisis Comparativo
entre México y Países del Cono Sur de América Latina”
Perla Josselyne López-Fuerte, Universidad de Guadalajara,
México
“Usos y Representaciones Sociales del Agua entre
Jóvenes Bajacalifornianos”
Araceli Bernal-Calderón, Hugo Edgardo Méndez-Fierros,
and Luis Manuel Serrano-Dávila, Universidad Autónoma
de Baja California, México
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LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES
Panel 9
Jóvenes y Cultura
Moderator
Discussant
Elsa Mireya Rosales-Estrada, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México
Liliana Ibeth Castañeda-Rentería, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
“Violencia Online en Estudiantes Universitarios”
Ma. Teresa Prieto-Quezada and José Claudio CarrilloNavarro, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
THURSDAY
4:30 – 6:00 pm
N2
“Construcción de los Significados Culturales de los
Espacios Virtuales de Socialización en Jóvenes”
Luz Eugenia Aguilar-González and Armando Martín IbarraLópez, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
“La Contemporaneidad de lo Ancestral: Jóvenes
Grafiteros de las Altas Montañas, Veracruz, México
(2013-2015)”
Maricruz Villagrán-García and Gualberto Díaz-González,
Universidad Veracruzana, México
“Me Gustaría Vivir en un País sin Violencia: Una
Mirada Social de los Jóvenes”
José Claudio Carrillo Navarro and Ma. Teresa Prieto
Quezada, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
“Capital Social y Confianza en Jóvenes Universitarios
de una Ciudad Media de México”
Eduardo Hernández-González, Esteban L. Laso, Karla
Alejandra Contreras-Tinoco, Miriam Anahí GuerraHernández, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
Panel 10
Estado, Combate al Narco y Derecho Internacional
Moderator
Discussant
Ana Helena Treviño-Carrillo, Universidad Autónoma de la Ciudad de México
Eduardo Barajas-Languren, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
“Perspectivas para un Estado sin Ejército”
Andres Zamudio, West Hills Community College, USA
FRIDAY
8:00 – 9:30 am
N1
“Fundamentos Legales de la Guerra Contra el Narco en
México y Sus Implicaciones”
Laura Aritmética Jaime-Oliver, Universidad de
Guadalajara, México
“Crisis de la Independencia Judicial Latinoamericana.
Del Estado de Derecho al Estado Constitucional,
¿Consolidación de las Democracias Pluralistas?”
Edith Mei Lai Cuan-Corpus, Universidad de Guadalajara,
México
“La Corte Penal Internacional y su Presencia en
América Latina”
Erika Ivonne Alatorre-Esqueda, Universidad de
Guadalajara, México
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Panel 11
Chronicity and Institutional Approach
(CROSSLISTED WITH CHRONIC DISEASE AND DISABILITY)
Moderator
Discussant
Ana Cecilia Morquecho-Güitrón, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
James G. Linn, Optimal Solutions in Healthcare and International
Development
“Student Health in the University: Academic Stress
and Engagement”
Blanca Noemí Silva-Gutiérrez, A. Lydia Rodríguez-Téllez,
FRIDAY
Miguel Ruíz de Alba, and Raúl Vicente-Flores, Universidad
8:00 – 9:30 am
de Guadalajara, México
N2
“Global HIV/AIDS Update: Africa and Latin America –
Differing Epidemics”
James G. Linn, Optimal Solutions in Healthcare and
International Development; Thabo Fako, University of
Botswana; and Michele Rocha Kadri, Fio Cruz Institute,
Manaus, Brazil
“Beyond the Disease: The Case of an Obsessive
Compulsive Patient”
Edson de Jesús Tapia-Alvarez, Universidad de
Guadalajara, México
Panel 12
Moderator
Discussant
Política I: Sistemas Electorales y Legitimidad / Politics I:
Electoral Systems and Legitimacy
(CROSSLISTED WITH SOCIOLOGY)
Alejandro Valdéz-Toscano, Universidad Autónoma de Guerrero, México
Ignacio Medina-Núñez, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
“Inestabilidad e Ilegitimidad Política en los Sistemas
Presidenciales de América Latina y sus Afectaciones
para la Integración Latinoamericana Autónoma”
FRIDAY
Diego A. Carrillo-Torres, Universidad de Guadalajara,
9:45 – 11:15 am
México
McKinley
“Proceso Electoral Extraordinario, Contextos
Heterogéneos del Municipio de Sahuayo Michoacán,
México 2015”
Tomás Alberto García-González, Universidad de
Guadalajara, México
“Between Opposition and the Right: An
Anthropological Approach to the “Highly Demanding”
Middle Classes and the National Action Party (PAN) in
Mexico City”
Joel Trujillo-Pérez, Escuela Nacional de Antropología e
Historia
“El Poder Político en México: Transición y Cambio
Social”
Jorge Francisco Alvarado-Puig, Universidad Nacional
Autónoma de México
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Panel 13
Política II: Elecciones, Participación Femenina y Poder
Moderator
Discussant
Yunier Rojas-Bazail, Universidad de La Habana, Cuba
Andres Zamudio, West Hills Community College, USA
“La Participación de la Mujer en la Política, Cuando la
Paridad de Género es Violentada”
Araceli Colín-García and Adoni Natanael Calixto-Acosta,
FRIDAY
Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México
9:45 – 11:15 am
N1
“No a las ‘Juanitas’: Cambio Institucional en las Cuotas
de Género y su Aplicación en los Partidos Políticos en
México”
Brisa Herminia Campos-Aceves, Universidad Autónoma de
Aguascalientes, México
“Democracia, División de Poderes y Grupos de Poder:
Evaluando el ‘Pacto por México’”
Miguel Armando López-Leyva and Georgina SosaHernández, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
Panel 14
Mujeres y Mercado de Trabajo
Moderator
Brisa Herminia Campos-Aceves, Universidad Autónoma de Aguascalientes,
México
Discussant
Rosario Cota-Yáñez, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
“Cuando lo Prioritario es el Trabajo: Ausencias,
Presencias y Maneras de Estar Juntos sin Estarlo. Las
Mujeres Profesionistas que Trabajan”
FRIDAY
Liliana Ibeth Castañeda-Rentería, Universidad de
9:45 – 11:15 am
Guadalajara, México
N2
“Mercados de Trabajo para Mujeres Campesinas en
América Latina: Entre la Estadística y la Realidad”
Humberto De Luna-López, Universidad Autónoma de
Zacatecas, México
Panel 15
Extractivismo
Moderator
Hugo Edgardo Méndez-Fierros, Universidad Autónoma de Baja California,
México
“Minería y Deterioro Ambiental en Centroamérica”
Ignacio Medina-Núñez, Universidad de Guadalajara,
México
FRIDAY
1:00 – 2:30 pm
N1
“El Aprovechamiento de los Productos de la Naturaleza
por los Indígenas de Chicontepéc, Veracruz”
Marisol Cruz-Cruz and Humberto De Luna-López,
Universidad Autónoma de Zacatecas, México
“Comunidades Chontales de Nacajuca Frente a la
Industria Extractiva Petrolera: Miradas sobre Cambio
Ambiental”
Héctor Herrera-Barragán, Universidad Juarez Autonóma
de Tabasco, México
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Panel 16
Formación, Profesión y Desempeño Laboral
Moderator
Discussant
Humberto De Luna-López, Universidad Autónoma de Zacatecas, México
Sergio Lorenzo Sandoval-Aragón, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
“Mercado Laboral de los Egresados de la Carrera de
Administración en Tepatitlán, México”
Cándido González-Pérez, Universidad de Guadalajara,
FRIDAY
México
1:00 – 2:30 pm
N3
“Formación Profesional e Inserción Laboral:
Expectativas y Temores en los Estudiantes del Centro
Universitario de la Ciénega”
Ana Cecilia Morquecho-Güitrón, Universidad de
Guadalajara, México
“Perfil de Desgaste Ocupacional (Burnout) en un Grupo
de Trabajadores de una Organización de Servicio”
Ma. del Carmen Farfán-García, Enrique NavarreteSánchez, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México;
María Teresa Dávalos-Romo, and Jennifer RenteríaConseción, Universidad Autónoma de Zacatecas, México
Panel 17
Business Meeting
FRIDAY
2:45 – 4:15 pm
N1
Latin American Studies Section Business
Meeting
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Panel 18
Análisis Crítico de la Formación Profesional
(CROSSLISTED WITH SOCIOLOGY)
Moderator
Discussant
Blanca Noemí Silva-Gutiérrez, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
Rosalía López-Paniagua, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
“Profesionales de la de Economía en América Latina,
¿Dominación o Resistencia?”
Sergio Lorenzo Sandoval-Aragón, Universidad de
FRIDAY
Guadalajara, México
4:30 – 6:00 pm
N1
“Ser Investigador Hoy. El Perfil de los Jóvenes
Investigadores del Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y
Tecnología en las Instituciones de Educación Superior”
Ana Araceli Navarro-Becerra and María Antonieta
Hermosillo Salcedo, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
“Los Retos de la Capacitación de los Abogados al Nuevo
Sistema de Justicia Penal Adversarial Mexicano”
Eduardo Barajas-Languren and Guadalupe José TorresSantiago, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
“Educación para Qué? Valores y Antivalores en
Jóvenes de un Centro Universitario de México”
Jorge Hernández-Contreras, Adriana Castañeda-Barajas,
Antonio Ponce-Rojo, and Pedro Moreno-Badajós,
Universidad de Guadalajara, México
“Algunos Principios para el Análisis, Planeación e
Investigación en la Didáctica de la Lengua y la
Literatura”
Luz Eugenia Aguilar-González and Gilberto FregosoPeralta, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
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Panel 19
Border Economics and Exchange Rate in Mexico / Economía
de la Frontera y Tipo de Cambio en Mexico
(CROSSLISTED WITH ASSOCIATION FOR BORDERLAND
STUDIES AND ECONOMICS: FINANCE AND BUSINESS)
Moderator
Fernando Pedro Viacava-Breiding, Instituto Nacional Tecnológico de Morelia,
México
Discussant
Eliseo Diaz-González, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte, México
“The Exchange Rate and the Purchasing Power Parity
Hypothesis in Mexico and the United States”
Alejandro Díaz-Bautista, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte,
FRIDAY
México
4:30 – 6:00 pm
Cascade
“Effects of the Exchange Rate (Peso/Dollar) on Levels
of Violence and Insecurity in the Northern Border
States of Mexico”
Salvador González-Andrade, El Colegio de la Frontera
Norte, México
“Mexico-US Economic Integration and Its Impact on
Cross-Border Economic Organizations in the San
Diego-Tijuana Border Region”
Jorge Eduardo Mendoza Cota, El Colegio de la Frontera,
México
“Depreciación del Tipo de Cambio y Formación de
Precios. La Economía de la Frontera en la Turbulencia
Financiera Internacional”
Eliseo Diaz-González, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte,
México
Panel 20
Emoción e Identidades
Moderator
Discussant
José Claudio Carrillo-Navarro, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
Luz Eugenia Aguilar-González, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
“Inferencias Emocionales a Través de Iconos y
Palabras, según su Valencia Emocional”
María Teresa Dávalos-Romo, Jennifer Rentería-Conseción,
FRIDAY
Universidad Autónoma de Zacatecas, México; Ma. del
4:30 – 6:00 pm
Carmen Farfán-García, and Enrique Navarrete-Sánchez,
Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México
N2
“Construcción Simbólica de la Diferencia: Tensiones
entre la Construcción de la Identidad y la Etnicidad”
Sergio Hernández-Cruz, Universidad Autónoma de Baja
California, México; and Alejandra Navarro-Smith, Centro
de Investigaciones y Estudios Superiores en Antropologia
Social Occidente, México
“Los ‘Nadies.’ Los Hijos de los ‘Nadies.’ Prácticas de
Participación Ciudadana y Estrategias de Acción de la
Sociedad Civil Organizada”
Mirna Cázarez-Vázquez, Universidad de Guadalajara,
México
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Panel 21
Formación, Profesión Desempeño Laboral 1
Moderator
Discussant
Marisol Cruz-Cruz, Universidad Autónoma de Zacatecas, México
Jorge Abel Rosales, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
“Intención Emprendedora en Estudiantes de
Licenciatura de Turismo del Centro Universitario de la
Costa. Una Alternativa para el Autoempleo, el
SATURDAY
Desarrollo Turístico y Económico de la Región”
8:00 – 9:30 am
Adriana Lizeth Valencia-Aréchiga, José Luis Bravo-Silva,
Ernesto Manuel Becerra-Bizarrón, and Adriana Yunuén
Dávalos-Pita, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
N2
“El Emprendimiento Juvenil en el Municipio de Colima
2009-2013 Mediante el Fomento de las Políticas
Públicas”
Rosario Cota-Yáñez and Mayra Isela Rivera-Escareño,
Universidad de Guadalajara, México
“Análisis de la Integración de la Cámara Fotográfica
Digital, la Grabadora de Voz Digital, y la Tableta al
Periodismo Multimedia en Tamaulipas”
María de Los Ángeles Flores-Gutiérrez, Texas A&M
International University, Laredo, TX, USA; and Miguel
Timoshenkov-Ramírez, Stereo 91, XHNOE-Fm
Radio,
Laredo, TX, USA
“El Emprendimiento Impulsado desde el Centro de
Emprendedores de la Escuela Politécnica de la
Universidad de Guadalajara”
Rolando Castillo-Murillo and Javier Castillón-Ramos,
Universidad de Guadalajara, México
Panel 22
(In)equidad, Calidad y Reforma Educativa
Moderator
Discussant
Adriana Lizeth Valencia-Aréchiga, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
Sergio Lorenzo Sandoval-Aragón, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
“Selection and Education Labeling in Latin America as
Sociological Process”
Jesús Ruiz-Flores and Armando Aguilar-Ávalos,
SATURDAY
Universidad de Guadalajara, México
9:45 – 11:15 am
N1
“¿Logrará la Reforma Educativa 2013 Elevar la Calidad
Educativa en México?”
Martha Esthela Gómez-Collado, Universidad Autónoma del
Estado de México
“Reforma Educativa y Conflicto Magisterial en México”
Jorge Abel Rosales-Saldaña , Universidad de Guadalajara,
México
“Exclusion in Higher Education and Social Inequality
in Mexico and Chile”
Rosalía López-Paniagua, Universidad Nacional Autónoma
de México
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Panel 23
Administración Gubernamental
Moderator
Discussant
Araceli Bernal-Calderón, Universidad Autónoma de Baja California, México
Cándido González-Pérez, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
“La Gestión de los Fondos Metropolitanos en Tres
Áreas Urbanas de México: Acapulco, Cancún y Puerto
Vallarta”
SATURDAY
Erika Patricia Cárdenas-Gómez, El Colegio e Jalisco,
9:45 – 11:15 am
México
N2
“El Fondo de Aportaciones para la Infraestructura
Social, como Herramienta para Abatir la Pobreza en
México: Caso de Estudio Estado de México 2014”
Araceli Colín-García, Nidya Merari Hurtado-Rellstab, and
Rodrigo Rafael Arenas-Luna, Universidad Autónoma del
Estado de México
“La Reforma del Sistema Penitenciario en México. Un
Análisis de sus Avances y Perspectivas”
Delia Gutiérrez-Linares and Leticia Contreras-Orozco,
Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México
“Las Juntas Intermunicipales: Un Modelo Asociativo
para el Desarrollo Sustentable en Jalisco”
Luz Elva Zárate-Sevilla, Rosalío Raúl Ramírez-Alfaro,
Rosalinda Garza-Estrada, Silvia Lorena Lara-Becerra, and
Edgar Raúl Ramírez-Zárate, Universidad de Guadalajara,
México
“La Calidad Gubernamental a Través del Gobierno
Electrónico en los Gobiernos Locales”
Leticia Contreras-Orozco, Delia Gutiérrez-Linares, and
Martha Esthela Gómez-Collado, Universidad Autónoma del
Estado de México
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Panel 24
Turismo
Moderator
Discussant
Linda Gabriela Peñaloza-García, Universidad Autónoma de Guerrero, México
Leticia Contreras-Orozco, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México
“Propuesta de Aplicación (App) en Dispositivo Móvil
para la Promoción de la Oferta Turística Accesible en
Puerto Vallarta”
SATURDAY
Adriana Yunuén Dávalos-Pita , José Luis Bravo-Silva, and
1:00 – 2:30 pm
Víctor Sotomayor-Martinez, Universidad de Guadalajara,
México
N1
“Accesibilidad: Estrategias para los Hoteles de la Zona
Centro de Puerto Vallarta como Competencia
Distintiva”
Adriana Yunuén Dávalos-Pita, José Luis Bravo-Silva, and
Elba Martina Cortes-Palacios, Universidad de Guadalajara,
México
“Imaginario Social y Turismo: La Emergencia de una
Tensión entre el Poblador y el Visitante”
Ismael Colín-Mar, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de
México
“El Impacto de las TIC’s en las Agencias de Viajes en
Guadalajara”
Rosalinda Garza-Estrada, Silvia Lorena Lara-Becerra, and
Luz Elva Zárate-Sevilla, Universidad de Guadalajara,
México
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Panel 25
Economía I: Productividad: Base de la Economía Real
Moderator
Discussant
Erika Patricia Cárdenas-Gómez, El Colegio de Jalisco, México
Javier Medina-Ortega, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
“La Evolución de la Producción de Carnes en América
Latina. Un Análisis por Conglomerados, 1990-2012”
Laura Elena Del Moral-Barrera, Gibrán Cortina-Aguilar,
SATURDAY
and Brenda Murillo-Villanueva, Universidad Nacional
1:00 – 2:30 pm
Autónoma de México
N2
“Encadenamientos Productivos en el Conglomerado de
Alta Tecnología en Jalisco, México”
Angélica Basulto-Castillo and Javier Medina-Ortega,
Universidad de Guadalajara, México
“Local Farmer Products in the University”
Eva Esperanza Osorio-Rubio and and Luis Iván RamírezOsorio, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
“La Globalización en el Sector Agropecuario de la
Cienega de Jalisco, México”
Josefina Elizabeth Godínez-Chavoya and José Manuel
Núñez-Olivera, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
“Agendas Globales, Agendas Locales: Procesos de
Cambio Institucional en América Latina y Europa
Central a Finales del Siglo XX”
Carlos Riojas, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
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Panel 26
Economía II: Bases Sociales de la Economía. Industria e
Inversión
Moderator
Discussant
José Luis Bravo-Silva, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
Antonio Jiménez-Díaz, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
“Determinantes Institucionales y Socioterritoriales del
Desarrollo Rural. Un Análisis Multidimensional”
Luz Orieta Rodríguez-González, Víctor Manuel CastilloSATURDAY
Girón, and Suhey Ayala-Ramírez, Universidad de
2:45 – 4:15 pm
Guadalajara, México
N1
“Violence and Territory in Mexico and Colombia:
Security in the Perspective of Sustainable Local
Development”
Rosalía López-Paniagua, Universidad Nacional Autónoma
de México; Araceli Uribe-Velazco, and Dante Ariel AyalaOrtiz, Universidad Michaoacana de San Nicolás de Hidalgo,
México
“La Industria Automotriz en México, Brasil y
Argentina. Tres Visiones Diferentes para un Sector
Estratégico”
Ýolanda Carbajal-Suárez, Universidad Autónoma del
Estado de México
“La Inversión Extranjera Directa en América Latina.
Evolución Reciente”
Reyna Vergara-González, Universidad Autónoma del
Estado de México
Panel 27
Innovación Social para la Reducción de la Desigualdad
Integral en Baja California, México
Moderator
Discussant
Luz Elva Zárate-Sevilla, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
Jocelyne Rabelo-Ramirez, Universidad Autónoma de Baja California, México
“Social Innovation for the Reduction of Inequality in
Tijuana, Mexico: Elements for a Policy Proposal”
Ana Barbara Mungaray, Universidad Autónoma de Baja
SATURDAY
California, México
4:30 – 6:00 pm
N1
“Ingreso, Educación y Salud: Cómo Incrementar las
Capacidades Socioecononómicas de la Población en
Baja California, México”
Jocelyne Rabelo-Ramirez, Universidad Autónoma de Baja
California, México
“Estado de Pobreza y Acceso a Vivienda: Situación de
la Población en Baja California, México”
Erika Chávez-Nungaray, Universidad Autónoma de Baja
California, México
“Inseguridad Alimentaria desde una Perspectiva de
Pobreza: Experiencias de Intervención Comunitaria en
Baja California”
Karina Parra-Elizalde, Universidad Autónoma de Baja
California, México
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Panel 28
Alimentación, Cultura y Seguridad Alimentaria: Retos
Actuales y para el Futuro Próximo
Moderator
Discussant
Angélica Basulto-Castillo Universidad de Guadalajara, México
Hilda Irene Cota-Guzmán, Universidad del Claustro de Sor Juana, México
“Dime Lo Que Comes y te Diré Quién Eres:
Multiculturalidad, Exclusión y Autopercepciones en las
Delicias para Mexicanos”
SATURDAY
Hilda Irene Cota-Guzmán, Universidad del Claustro de Sor
4:30 – 6:00 pm
Juana, México
N2
“Derecho Humano Primordial: El Derecho a la
Alimentación”
Rita Aline Arenas-González, Universidad del Claustro de
Sor Juana, México
“Patronas, Soporte Migratorio y Alimentario”
Claudia Ximena de la Cruz Abrín, Universidad del Claustro
de Sor Juana, México
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MASS COMMUNICATION
MASS COMMUNICATION
Mary Jackson-Pitts
Arkansas State University
Lily Zeng
Arkansas State University
Panel 1
Advertising, PR, and Marketing
Discussant
Li-jing Chang, Jackson State University
“The Beat of Consumerism: How Milwaukee Brands
Like Harley-Davidson and Miller Lite Help the World’s
Largest Music Festival Get Its Mojo Working”
THURSDAY
Kris Kodrich, Colorado State University
9:45 – 11:15 am
Sierra 1
“Perceived Interactivity and Uses and Gratifications of
Online Interactive Advertising”
Anna Hermes, Arkansas State University
“Advertising and the Twilight of Capitalist Model of
Production: A Critical/Cultural Re-examination”
Xiaowei Chen, Eastern Oregon University
“Creating Your Personal Brand: Differences among
Communication and Business Students”
Mary Jackson-Pitts and Holly Hall, Arkansas State
University
Panel 2
Practicing Journalism in an Era of Social Media
Discussant
Gil Fowler, Arkansas State University
“Effects of Two Journalistic Practices in Reporting
Conflicting Health-related Scientific Evidence on
Journalists’ and Scientists’ Credibility”
THURSDAY
Hui Zhang, Colorado State University
1:00 – 2:30 pm
Sierra 1
“A Survey of Saudis’ Behaviors toward Twitter as a
News Gathering Tool”
Abdullah M. Almalki, Arkansas State University
“Demystifying Turnover Intentions in Cross-Cultural
Context: The Influence of Demographics, Role Factors,
Job Performance, Pay, Organizational Commitment,
and Cultural Variables”
Li-jing Chang, Jackson State University
“Genre Specific Cultivation Effects: The Cultivation of
Fear of School Shootings in College Students”
Lisa M. Schroeder, Southwestern Oklahoma State
University
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Panel 3
Media, Politics, and Human Rights
Discussant
Kris Kodrich, Colorado State University
“The Evolution of Editorial Ethics - Journalists in
Politics”
Peggy Watt, Western Washington University
THURSDAY
2:45 – 4:15 pm
Sierra 1
“Survey Examination of How an Anonymous Source
Gains Credibility in the Political Discourse:
@karametwatan Twitter Account as an Example”
Yousef Aladaihani and Mary Jackson-Pitts, Arkansas State
University
“Stay Away: Understanding Which Type of Media
Photograph Will Deter People from Participating in a
Political Rally”
Michael B. Friedman, University of Tennessee at
Chattanooga; and Katharine S. Gomez, University of
Tennessee at Knoxville
“How Saudi Women Use Their Freedom of Speech via
Social Media to Support Their Rights to Drive”
Manasar Alharethi, Arkansas State University
“Social Media and Identity: Connecting and Adapting
Bangladeshi International Students to USA Culture and
Their Own”
Dithi Hasnat, Arkansas State University
Panel 4
The Ubiquitous Internet and Social Media: Potentials and
Issues
Discussant
Ralph E. Hanson, University of Nebraska at Kearney
“Incorporating Community Partnerships with ForProfit and Non-Profit Organizations into a Visual
Journalism Capstone Course”
FRIDAY
Joe Gosen, Western Washington University
9:45 – 11:15 am
Sierra 1
“Using Instagram for Shopping in Saudi Arabia”
Manasar Alharethi, Arkansas State University
“A Study of College Students Perceptions of Internet
Threats and Solutions in Kuwait and the United Arab
Emirates”
Gil Fowler, Arkansas State University; Anas Al-Rasheed,
Kuwait University; and Ralph Berenger, American
University in Sharjah
“Perceptions of Facebook Privacy among Arkansas
State University Students”
Omotayo Ogundijo, Arkansas State University
“Digital Divide Limits Opportunities of Public
University Students in Bangladesh: Research Needs
and Implications”
Khairul Islam, Arkansas State University
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Panel 5
Entertainment Media
Discussant
Joe Gosen, Western Washington University
“Society’s Biggest Taboo: Same Sex Parents”
Derika Harris and Michita Merriweather, Arkansas State
University
FRIDAY
1:00 – 2:30 pm
Sierra 1
“The Need for Television Programming to Address the
Negative Consequences of Adolescent Premarital Sex”
Kimberly Ragsdale and Gil Fowler, Arkansas State
University
“The Sabermetrics of “Survivor” – The Importance of
In-group Identity to the Survival in Reality Television”
Andrew Hanson, University of Nebraska at Kearney
“Press Coverage is Not a Faucet: Mizzou, Protests, and
the Media”
Ralph E. Hanson, University of Nebraska at Kearney
Panel 6
Media Discourse, Public Opinion, and Media Use
Discussant
Peggy Watt, Western Washington University
“News Media’s Representation of the MERS Outbreak
in South Korea: Focusing on Responsiveness and
Negative Bias”
FRIDAY
Myoungsoon You, Seoul National University; and
2:45 – 4:15 pm
Youngkee Ju, Hallym University
Sierra 1
“Tanzania Agenda Building: The Role of the Mass
Media in the Shaping of Public Opinion in Tanzania”
Nelice Lyimo, Arkansas State University
“Utilization of the Uses and Gratifications Framework
to Explore Internet Use by Personality Types: A
Proposal”
Rani Dabul and Gil Fowler, Arkansas State University
“A True Return to Nature: An Examination and
Critique of Nature-based Environmental Discourse”
Brittany Walker, Colorado State University
“Motivations and Gratifications Sought: An
Examination of Measures in Uses and Gratifications”
Rachel Crist, Portland State University
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NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRALIA STUDIES
NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRALIA STUDIES
William C. Schaniel
University of West Georgia and Global Scholastic Services
Suzzanne Kelley
North Dakota State University
Panel 1
History of Forgetting and Remembering
(CROSSLISTED WITH RURAL AND AGRICULTURAL STUDIES)
Moderator
William C. Schaniel, University of West Georgia and Global Scholastic
Services
“RCD: A Cold Case of Collective Memory”
Thomas D. Isern, North Dakota State University
THURSDAY
1:00 – 2:30 pm
N8
Panel 2
Moderator
Discussants
“History and Memory in New Zealand’s High Country”
Suzzanne Kelley, North Dakota State University
“Teaching Keri Hulme’s The Bone People: Emotional
Response as Self Instruction”
Heather Steinmann, Western New Mexico University
Book Discussion: The Bush: Travels in the Heart of
Australia
(CROSSLISTED WITH RURAL AND AGRICULTURAL STUDIES)
Suzzanne Kelley, North Dakota State University
Thomas D. Isern , North Dakota State University
William C. Schaniel, University of West Georgia and Global Scholastic
Services
Heather Steinmann, Western New Mexico University
Andrea Mott Glessner, Cowley County Community College
THURSDAY
2:45 – 4:15 pm
Join us for a discussion of Don Watson’s, The Bush:
Travels in the Heart of Australia (Penguin 2014)
N8
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POLITICAL SCIENCE
POLITICAL SCIENCE
Ross E. Burkhart
Boise State University
Panel 1
U.S. State and Tribal Politics
Moderator
John R. Baker, Wittenberg University
“The Big Hammer: Ohio’s Agency Rule Review Process
and the Limited Use of Rule Invalidation”
John R. Baker, Wittenberg University
THURSDAY
8:00 – 9:30 am
Whitney
“The Frontloaded, Closed Idaho Republican
Presidential Caucus of 2012: The Successful
Disenfranchisement of Two-thirds of Idaho's
Republican Voters”
E. Scott Lee, Boise State University
“The Effect of Citizens United on Donation Networks in
Nevada: A Graphical Network Analysis”
Alexander Murray-Watters, Carnegie Mellon University
“Early Voting Brings Equity, Not Convenience to
Native Voters Living on Reservations in Minnesota and
South Dakota”
Moana Verco, TURN Research; and Andrea R. Walters,
Claremont Graduate University
Panel 2
Politics in the Middle East
Moderator
Ross E. Burkhart, Boise State University
“Geopolitics, Humiliation, Sectarianism, and the
Making of Violence (or Militancy) in the Middle East”
Ahmed Badawi Mustapha, Middle East Technical
THURSDAY
University, Turkey
9:45 – 11:15 am
Whitney
“Studying Radicalization in the Digital Age:
Assumptions and Assessments of Internet
Radicalization”
Lindsay M. Perez, Mauricio J. Alvarez, Susanne Martin,
and James T. Richardson, University of Nevada, Reno
“The Dark Path to Recognition: Kurdish Identity in
Turkey”
Meghan Yost, Heidelberg University
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Panel 3
Institutions and Nationalism
Moderator
Natalia Kasianenko, University of Nevada, Reno
“The Paradox of Eastern European Nationalism”
Natalia Kasianenko, University of Nevada, Reno
THURSDAY
1:00 – 2:30 pm
Whitney
“Political Elites, Opposition Party and Democratic
Institutions in South Africa: The Politics of Julius
Malema”
Samuel Umoh Uwem, University of Kwa Zulu Natal
Durban; and Akabueze Oliver, University of Lagos
“Inequality in South Korea: Determinants and the
Quality of Institutional Structure”
Young-Bin Son, University of Nevada, Reno
Panel 4
Public Policy
Moderator
Amber Overholser, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
“Black Pedagogy in American Indian Boarding Schools”
Stefanie Kunze, Northern Arizona University
THURSDAY
2:45 – 4:15 pm
Whitney
“Tule Springs and Basin and Range: A Tale of Two
Monuments”
Amber Overholser, University of Nevada, Las Vegas
“Actors and Institutions of Governance: Use and
Conservation of Beaches on the Northern Border of
Mexico”
Mariana Trejo Sánchez, El Colegio de San Luis, A.C.
Panel 5
Theory and Ethics
Moderator
Stephen K. Shaw, Northwest Nazarene University
“Mesolevel Structures: The Interplay between and
within Organized Sets”
Ken Corbit, University of Alabama
THURSDAY
4:30 – 6:00 pm
Whitney
“On Eternal Equity in the Fin-de-Millenaire”
Julia Puaschunder, The New School
“Dorothy Day, the Catholic Worker Movement, and
American Political Radicalism”
Stephen K. Shaw, Northwest Nazarene University
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POLITICAL SCIENCE
Panel 6
Moderator
Climate, Conflict, and Cooperation
(CROSSLISTED WITH SOCIOLOGY AND ARID LANDS
STUDIES AND GEOGRAPHY)
Markus Kemmelmeier, University of Nevada, Reno
“Climate Induced Conflict and Cooperation: Assessing
the State of the Literature and Directions Forward”
Derek Kauneckis, Ohio University and YiJyun Lin,
SATURDAY
University of Nevada, Reno
8:00 – 9:30 am
McKinley
“Diseases, Crops, Institutions, and Culture: How
Climate Variability Influences the Likelihood of
Conflict”
YiJyun Lin, University of Nevada, Reno
“An Evolutionary Selection Model of Climate Change
and Pastoralist Conflict in East Africa”
Nicholas Seltzer, University of Nevada, Reno
“Exploring the Role of Local Governance System in
Mitigating Climate Stress in the Truckee/Carson River
Systems”
Karen Simpson and Loretta Singletary, University of
Nevada, Reno; and Derek Kauneckis and Azamat Tashev,
Ohio University
“Climate Change’s Effect on Crime”
Markus Kemmelmeier and YiJyun Lin, University of
Nevada, Reno
93
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
Viola Fuentes
Northern Arizona University
Patsy Kraeger
Georgia Southern University
Chandra Commuri
California State University at Bakersfield
Panel 1
Moderators
International Public Administration Issues
Chandra Commuri, California State University at Bakersfield
Viola Fuentes, Northern Arizona University
“The Oil, Multinational, Militant and the Government;
Lack in the Midst of Plenty?”
Olaniran Temitope, Durban University of Technolology;
FRIDAY
and Samuel Umoh Uwem, University of Kwa Zulu Natal
8:00 – 9:30 am
Durban
Teton 2
“Neo-Pluralism, Public Participation, and Devolution in
Post-2010 Kenya”
Kemoli Sagala, Kenya School of Government, Nairobi,
Kenya
“Diaspora, Migrant Association, and Nation Building;
Case of Ndigbo Association in Durban, South Africa”
Akabueze Oliver, University of Lagos
Panel 2
Examining Theories of Public Administration
Moderator
Patsy Kraeger, Georgia Southern University
“Public Administration, Social Media, and Digital
Governance”
Viola Fuentes, Northern Arizona University
FRIDAY
9:45 – 11:15 am
Teton 2
“Bureaucratic Administration and Citizen
Participation: Can both be Reconciled under a
Constitutional Democracy?”
Colleen T. Wilcox Long, University of Nevada, Reno
“Impact of Accountability on Performance in the
Federal Government: Moderating Role of Autonomy”
Yousueng Han, Indiana University-Bloomington
94
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
Panel 3
Examining Native American Issues On and Off the
Reservation
(CROSSLISTED WITH AMERICAN INDIAN STUDIES)
“Sustainability on the Rez”
Kaene Antonio, Arizona State University
FRIDAY
1:00 – 2:30 pm
N11
“Examining Technology Knowledge of Native
Millennials”
Brenton Begay, Virnel Demby, and Misaki Maruyama,
Arizona State University
“Engaging in Casino Building as Economic
Development by the Tohono O’odham Nation”
Viola Fuentes, Northern Arizona University
Panel 4
Exploring Issues in Mexico
Moderator
Viola Fuentes, Northern Arizona University
FRIDAY
2:45 – 4:15 pm
Teton 2
“Fiscal Federalism in México: One Institutional
Problem?”
Manuel Díaz Flores, Roberto González Acolt, and Bogar
García Martínez, Universidad Autónoma de
Aguascalientes, México
“Unlikely Contributions of an Urban Guerrilla”
Susan Johnson, New Mexico State University
Panel 5
Examining Organizational Spirituality, Collectivism, and
Stakeholder Analysis
Moderator
Christina Medina, New Mexico State University
“Using Spiritual Principles in the Twenty-first Century
Public Organization”
James B. Kaatz, Missouri State University
FRIDAY
4:30 – 6:00 pm
Teton 2
“Organization, Representation, and Collective Action:
Notes on the Sweet Briar College Turnaround”
Patsy Kraeger, Georgia Southern University
“Analyzing How Public Universities Carry Out
Stakeholder Management Analysis”
Viola Fuentes, Northern Arizona University; and Misaki
Maruyama, Arizona State University
95
PUBLIC ADMINISTRATION
Panel 6
Policymaking and Policy Narratives
Moderator
Chandra Commuri, California State University, Bakersfield
“Why Are the Delta Smelt Dying? The Use and Abuse of
Science in Policy Narratives”
Chandra Commuri, California State University, Bakersfield
SATURDAY
9:45 – 11:15 am
Teton 2
“Analyzing Public Partnerships in Arizona and Korea”
Dongjae Jung, Arizona State University; and Viola
Fuentes, Northern Arizona University
“Our Next Education President? What the 2016
Presidential Candidates Are (or Are Not) Saying about
Education Reform in America”
Christina Medina, New Mexico State University
“Joining the Three Streams in the Bould White Cloud
Mountains”
E. Scott Lee, Boise State University
96
PUBLIC FINANCE AND BUDGETING
PUBLIC FINANCE AND BUDGETING
Christopher Goodman
University of Nebraska at Omaha
Thad Calabrese
New York University
Panel 1
Budget Policy, Implementation, and Effects
Moderator
Daniel Williams, Baruch College – The City University of New York
“Centralized Bureaucracy and Budgetary Performance:
Implications from Revenue Forecasting Accuracy”
Shinwoo Lee and Yulianti Abbas, Indiana University
THURSDAY
8:00 – 9:30 am
N6
“The Labor Supply Effect of an Unconditional Basic
Income”
Rebecca Simonsen, Service Employees International
Union; and Bill Simonsen, University of Connecticut
“The Life Cycle of the Council on Environmental
Quality: 1970-2035”
James Conant, George Mason University
“How Did Performance become Productivity?
Performance Budgeting in the 1950s and 1960s”
Daniel Williams, Baruch College – The City University of
New York
Panel 2
State and Local Fiscal Health
Moderator
Jayce L. Farmer, Texas State University
“The Potential Effects of the Social Costs from Alcohol
Consumption on State Financial Condition”
Daniel Hummel, Idaho State University
THURSDAY
9:45 – 11:15 am
N6
“A Potential Solution to Financial Self-sufficiency of
Local Governments? – An Empirical Assessment of
Small Business Establishment in Florida”
Zhiwei Zhang, Kansas State University; Shaoming Cheng,
and Hai (David) Guo, Florida International University
“Eagle Ford Shale Development and Local Government
Fiscal Impacts”
Jayce L. Farmer, Dianne Rahm, and Billy Fields, Texas
State University
97
PUBLIC FINANCE AND BUDGETING
Panel 3
Nonprofit Finance
Moderator
Thad Calabrese, New York University
“Taking the First Step: Determinants of
Professionalization in Small Not-for-Profits”
Elizabeth A. M. Searing, State University of New York –
THURSDAY
Albany; and Jesse D. Lecy, Syracuse University
1:00 – 2:30 pm
N6
“From Fiscal to Physical Health: The Impact of a
Hospital’s Financial Stability on Quality of Care”
Bruce McDonald, Susan Camilleri, and Vincent Reitano,
North Carolina State University
“Does Fiscal Decentralization Lead to a Smaller
Nonprofit Sector: A Cross-county Analysis”
Gao Liu, Florida Atlantic University
“Comparing the Consistency of Endowment Reporting
across Data Sources”
Thad Calabrese, New York University; and Todd Ely,
University of Colorado – Denver
Panel 4
Financial Management, Sustainability, and Competitiveness
THURSDAY
2:45 – 4:15 pm
N6
“The Application of Forensic Analytics in Evaluating
Financial Reports”
Hao Sun and David S. T. Matkin, State University of New
York – Albany
“Overhead Costs and Long-term Financial
Sustainability - Evidence from Government, Nonprofit,
and For-Profit Nursing Homes”
Young Joo Park, State University of New York – Albany
“Government Competitiveness in Grant-in-Aid
Systems”
NakHyeok Choi, Milena Neshkova, Florida International
University; and Tobin Im, Seoul National University
98
PUBLIC FINANCE AND BUDGETING
Panel 5
Issues in Capital Finance
Moderator
Can Chen, Florida International University
“Exploring the Determinants of Investing in the
Capital Assets of Urban Infrastructure in China:
Demand and Supply Capacity at City Level”
THURSDAY
Kangkang Tong, Jerry Zhirong Zhao, and Anu
Ramaswami, University of Minnesota
4:30 – 6:00 pm
N6
“Effects of Capital Budgeting Institutions on the Level
and Accumulation of State Capital Investment: A Long
Panel Study”
Can Chen, Hai (David) Guo, and Howard Frank, Florida
International University
“Public Asset Management System of the U.S. State
Governments”
Yaotai Lu, Florida Atlantic University
Panel 6
Issues in Education Finance
Moderator
Carol Ebdon, University of Nebraska at Omaha
“School Finance Reforms: Did They Increase Equity,
and Does the Choice of the Equity Measure Influence
the Outcomes?”
FRIDAY
Hina Khalid and Erika Martin, State University of New
8:00 – 9:30 am
York – Albany
N6
“Estimating Fiscal Spillover Effects of Charter School
Competition on School District Finance”
Vincent Reitano, North Carolina State University
“The Political Economy of Parcel Tax in California
School Districts”
Soomi Lee, University of La Verne
“School Food Services: Privatization and Procurement”
Carol Ebdon, University of Nebraska at Omaha; and Can
Chen, Florida International University
99
PUBLIC FINANCE AND BUDGETING
Panel 7
Issues in Local Public Finance
Moderator
Christopher Goodman, University of Nebraska at Omaha
“Where Are the Cost Savings? Insights from a 9-year
Study of Assessor Consolidation”
Olha Krupa, Seattle University
FRIDAY
9:45 – 11:15 am
N6
“Does Size Matter? Assessing the Financial
Management Capacity of Tennessee Cities”
David Edwards, University of Tennessee at Chattanooga
“Determinants of Payments in Lieu of Taxes (PILOT):
The Case of Wisconsin Municipalities”
Ji Hyung Park and Craig S. Maher, University of Nebraska
at Omaha
“A Permanent Solution to a Temporary Problem:
Factors Associated with the Annexation of Sanitary
and Improvement Districts in Omaha, NE”
Christopher Goodman, University of Nebraska at Omaha
Panel 8
Public Debt
Moderator
Todd Ely, University of Colorado – Denver
“The Impact of Dodd-Frank on Municipal Bond Prices”
Mikhail Ivonchyk, University of Georgia
FRIDAY
1:00 – 2:30 pm
N6
“The Effect of Defense Spending on National Debt”
Bruce McDonald and Sapna Varkey, North Carolina State
University
“Risks, Signals, and Information: An Empirical
Analysis of Credit Outlooks in the Municipal Bond
Market”
Jekyung Lee, University of Georgia
“Costs and Consequences of Mini-bonds”
Todd Ely and Christine Martell, University of Colorado –
Denver
100
PUBLIC FINANCE AND BUDGETING
Panel 9
Moderator
The Big Three Taxes
John Mikesell, Indiana University
“The Impact of Structure on the Growth, Reliability,
and Recession Recovery Profiles of State Retail Sales
Taxes: 1970 – 2014”
FRIDAY
John Mikesell, Indiana University
2:45 – 4:15 pm
N6
“Influence of State Income Tax Policy on Military
Retiree Residency Decisions”
James Harrold and Junghack Kim, University Nebraska at
Omaha
“Local Sales Tax Base Impacts in Appalachian and NonAppalachian Counties: The 2012 Derecho Storm in
Ohio”
G. Jason Jolley, Ohio University; and Kristin O’Donovan,
Wayne State University
“Property Tax Assessment in Missouri: Progress and
Challenges”
Yuhua Qiao, Missouri State University
Panel 10
Moderator
Revenues and Their Effects
Olha Krupa, Seattle University
“The Impact of Revenue Structure on Borrowing Scale
Examining U.S. State Governments”
Junghack Kim, University Nebraska at Omaha; and
FRIDAY
Jongmin Shon, Rutgers University – Newark
4:30 – 6:00 pm
N6
“Social and Economic Changes on Oklahoma Indian
Lands: Exploring the Impacts of 25 Years of Indian
Gaming”
Chris Crawford, University of Central Oklahoma; and
Aimee Franklin, University of Oklahoma
“Does Financial Slack Stabilizes Municipal
Expenditure?”
Min Su, Georgia State University
101
RURAL AND AGRICULTURAL STUDIES
RURAL AND AGRICULTURAL STUDIES
Jessica Clark
Western Wyoming Community College
Andrea Mott Glessner
Cowley Community College
Panel 1
Conserving Conservation
Moderator
Andrea Mott Glessner, Cowley County Community College
“‘Too Much’ and ‘Too Little’: Rural Iowa after 1933”
Lisa Payne Ossian, Des Moines Area Community College
THURSDAY
8:00 – 9:30 am
N8
“Permanent Moonshine: Corn, Crep, and the American
Midwest”
Anthony J. Amato, Southwest Minnesota State University
“Motivations for Choosing a Career in Conservation
Law Enforcement”
Stephen L. Eliason, Montana State University Billings
Panel 2
Gender, Identity, and Complexity
Moderator
Jessica Clark, Western Wyoming Community College
“The Fashionable Evolution of Rural Women”
Sharon Stewart, Des Moines Area Community College
THURSDAY
9:45 – 11:15 am
N8
“The Lord of the Winds: The Untold Story of Finis
Mitchell”
Savannah Mitchell, Western Wyoming Community College
“Gender Distinctions in the Fight to Save the
American Mustang”
Andrea Mott Glessner, Cowley County Community College
Panel 3
History of Forgetting and Remembering
(CROSSLISTED WITH NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRALIA
STUDIES)
Moderator
William C. Schaniel, University of West Georgia and Global Scholastic
Services
“RCD: A Cold Case of Collective Memory”
Thomas D. Isern, North Dakota State University
THURSDAY
1:00 – 2:30 pm
N8
“History and Memory in New Zealand’s High Country”
Suzzanne Kelley, North Dakota State University
“Teaching Keri Hulme’s The Bone People: Emotional
Response as Self Instruction”
Heather Steinmann, Western New Mexico University
102
RURAL AND AGRICULTURAL STUDIES
Panel 4
History and Heritage: Creating a Legacy
Moderator
Lisa Ossian, Des Moines Area Community College
“Feeding the Multitudes: Faith, Foodways, and
Fundraising on the North American Prairie”
Amanda B. Biles, North Dakota State University
THURSDAY
2:45 – 4:15 pm
Teton 1
“Coming Full Circle: Twenty-First-Century Reflections
on the German from Russia Diaspora in North
America”
Eric Schmaltz, Northwestern Oklahoma State University
“Shepards of Change: The Matthew Shepard Legacy”
Melia Dayley, Western Wyoming Community College
Panel 5
Book Discussion: The Bush: Travels in the Heart of
Australia
(CROSSLISTED WITH NEW ZEALAND AND AUSTRALIA
STUDIES)
Moderator
Discussants
Suzzanne Kelley, North Dakota State University
Thomas D. Isern , North Dakota State University
William C. Schaniel, University of West Georgia and Global Scholastic
Services
Heather Steinmann, Western New Mexico University
Andrea Mott Glessner, Cowley County Community College
THURSDAY
2:45 – 4:15 pm
Join us for a discussion of Don Watson’s, The Bush:
Travels in the Heart of Australia (Penguin 2014)
N8
Panel 6
Putting a Price on Rural Life
Moderator
Anthony J. Amato, Southwest Minnesota State University
“The Distant and Persistent: The Effect of Rural Living
on Poverty”
Andrea R. Walters, Claremont Graduate University
THURSDAY
4:30 – 6:00 pm
N8
“Gestión de la Comercialización del Maíz en la
Localidad de San Miguel de la Paz, Municipio de
Jamay, Jalisco”
José Manuel Núñez-Olivera and Josefina Elizabeth
Godínez-Chavoya, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
“Measuring the Impact of E-rate Modernization Rules
on Rural Schools”
Chris McGovern, Tom Koutsky, and Hongqiang Sun,
Connected Nation, Inc.
103
RURAL AND AGRICULTURAL STUDIES
Panel 7
Moderator
Discussants
Roundtable Book Discussion: Cold War in a Cold Land:
Fighting Communism on the Northern Plains
Thomas D. Isern, North Dakota State University
Lisa Ossian, Des Moines Area Community College
Anthony J. Amato, Southwest Minnesota State University
Clarence A. Herz, North Dakota State University
Andrea Mott Glessner, Cowley County Community College
David Mills, Minnesota West Community & Technical College
FRIDAY
9:45 – 11:15 am
N8
Join us for The Eleventh Annual Rural and Agricultural
Studies Section Roundtable Book Discussion featuring
David Mills‘ Cold War in a Cold Land: Fighting Communism
on the Northern Plains (University of Oklahoma Press,
2015)
Panel 8
Imagined Communities
Moderator
Andrea Mott Glessner, Cowley County Community College
FRIDAY
1:00 – 2:30 pm
N12
“Cultivating Community: Parades, Pageants, and Power
in Rural California Towns, 1917-1937”
Kyle Livie, California State University, Monterey Bay
“‘Who Lived in Gebo!’: Reconstructing the Narrative of
a Forgotten Place”
Jessica Clark, Western Wyoming Community College
Panel 9
Black and White Gold: Booms and Busts
Moderator
Lisa Ossian, Des Moines Area Community College
FRIDAY
2:45 – 4:15 pm
N8
“North Dakota’s First Oil Boom”
Clarence A. Herz, North Dakota State University
“Dairy Price Risk Management in California: An Online
Teaching Model Approach to the Problem and Issues”
Pei Xu, Todd Lone, and Patrick Berends, California State
University, Fresno
104
RURAL AND AGRICULTURAL STUDIES
Panel 10
Moderators
Field Trip: Reno’s Light Side
Andrea Mott Glessner, Cowley Community College
Jessica Clark, Western Wyoming Community College
SATURDAY
9:45 – 4:15 pm
N5
Join us for the Annual Rural and Agricultural Studies
fieldtrip! Reno is a city full of history and we will be
exploring a few local landmarks and cultural hotspots. We
will meet in room N5. For questions please contact the
Rural and Agricultural Studies section coordinators at
[email protected] or [email protected]
105
SLAVIC STUDIES
SLAVIC STUDIES
Sponsored in Part By:
The National Association for the Study of East European and Eurasian
Studies
Robert Niebuhr
Arizona State University
Panel 1
Balkan Journeys: Real and Imagined
Discussants
Evguenia Davidova, Portland State University
Robert Niebuhr, Arizona State University
“The Migrations of Bosniaks from Former Socialist
Federal Republic of Yugoslavia to Turkey in the Period
1945-1974: The Case of Sandzak”
FRIDAY
Sabina Pachariz, Marmara University, Istanbul
8:00 – 9:30 am
Whitney
“Nineteenth-Century Balkan Journeys: The Case of
Eastern Orthodox Clergy”
Evguenia Davidova, Portland State University
“Yugoslav Foreign Policy and Tito’s Twilight”
Robert Niebuhr, Arizona State University
Panel 2
Exploration of Faith
Discussant
Evguenia Davidova, Portland State University
“The Discourse of Martyrdom in Late SeventeenthCentury Ukraine. The ‘Passion-Sufferers’ Boris and
Gleb in the Homilies of Antonii Radyvylovs’kyi”
FRIDAY
Maria Grazia Bartolini, Milano State University
9:45 – 11:15 am
Whitney
“Image of Apocalyptic Whore in ‘The Book of
Interpretations and Morals’”
Tatyana Sochiva, Saint Petersburg State University
“‘The German Yoke,’ Lutheranism, and Anna
Ivanovna’s Court: Russia and Pan-European
Interdenominational Struggle in the 1730s”
Kyeann Sayer, University of Hawai’i Manoa
“Sergius Bulgakov: Sophiological Interpretation of
Ascension of Jesus Christ into Heaven”
Walter N. Sisto, D’Youville College
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SLAVIC STUDIES
Panel 3
Power and Control in the Soviet Empire
Discussant
Mark A. Cichock, University of Texas at Arlington
“Russification and the Red Army: A Force of Russian
Hegemony over the Slavic Peoples”
Thomas Davis, Rowan University
FRIDAY
1:00 – 2:30 pm
Whitney
“Chronology and Scope of the Great Russian Famine of
the Early 1920s”
Natalia Reshetova, Hoover Institution, Stanford University
“Uranium on Trial: Mines and Minds in Czechoslovakia,
1945–1955”
Tom Koritschan, Stanford University
Panel 4
Cultural Issues in Slavic Studies
Discussant
Walter N. Sisto, D’Youville College
“‘Moving Frescoes’: Sergei Eisenstein and Mexican
Muralism”
Jesus Madrigal, University of California – Berkeley
FRIDAY
2:45 – 4:15 pm
Whitney
“Andrei Bely’s Nekrasov: Aesthetic Reappraisal of a
Civic Poet”
Joseph Schlegel, University of Toronto
“As Above, So Below: Astrology and the Soviet
Collapse”
Joseph Kellner, University of California – Berkeley
Panel 5
Current Issues in Post-Soviet Space
Discussant
Robert Niebuhr, Arizona State University
FRIDAY
4:30 – 6:00 pm
Whitney
Panel 6
“Symmetrical or Asymmetrical Cyber Security Policies:
Comparing Baltic and Russian Goals”
Mark A. Cichock, University of Texas at Arlington
“State-controlled Media and Nationalism. Evidence
from Russia and Ukraine”
Natalia Kasianenko, University of Nevada, Reno
Business Meeting
SATURDAY
9:45 – 11:15 am
Whitney
Slavic Section Business Meeting –
Open to Slavic Studies Section Officers and
other interested parties
107
SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
Pete Martini
Heidelberg University
Panel 1
Beliefs about the Self
Moderator
Pete Martini, Heidelberg University
THURSDAY
8:00 – 9:30 am
Teton 2
Panel 2
“Women, Identity, and Persistence in Engineering”
Dara Naphan and Marta Elliott, University of Nevada, Reno
“Social Desirability in Measures of Religion and
Spirituality: A Bogus Pipeline Study”
Ann E. Jones and Marta Elliott, University of Nevada, Reno
Technology and Society
Moderator
Michael Kwiatkowski, University of Nevada, Reno
“Freedom to Express or Privacy of One’s Identity: A
Comparison of Two Models to Examine Identity
Presentation within Internet Usage”
THURSDAY
Michael Kwiatkowski and Gwen Hullman, University of
9:45 – 11:15 am
Nevada, Reno
Teton 2
“Extreme Violence in Classrooms: Why Not Leverage
Cell Phone Use Instead?”
Laverne DaCosta, Arizona State University
“Risk and Benefit Perceptions, Affinity for Technology,
and Attitudes Toward Drones”
Jacob Blackard and Colleen Murray, University of Nevada,
Reno
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SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
Panel 3
Social Psychology of Violence
Moderator
Pete Martini, Heidelberg University
“Americans, Religion, and the Justifiability of
Violence”
Pete Martini, Heidelberg University; and Victoria A.
THURSDAY
Springer, Adobe Systems, Inc.
1:00 – 2:30 pm
Teton 2
“New Insights into the Assessment of U.S. Honor
Culture: Convergent Measures Predict Divergent
Outcomes”
Marisa Crowder and Markus Kemmelmeier, University of
Nevada, Reno
“Green Dot Bystander Intervention Pilot Program
Baseline Evaluation Results”
Lisa Maletsky and Aubrey Etopio, University of Nevada,
Reno
“Historical Triggers of Uncertainty and Its Relationship
to Support for Violent Activism in the United States”
Mauricio J. Alvarez, Lindsay M. Perez, Susanne Martin,
and James T. Richardson, University of Nevada, Reno
Panel 4
Social Psychology of the Family
Moderator
Jenny Reichert, Heidelberg University
“Gender and Attitudes toward Transgenders as
Predictors of Transgender Adoption Rights”
Alicia DeVault and Monica K. Miller, University of Nevada,
THURSDAY
Reno
2:45 – 4:15 pm
Teton 2
“Should I Stay or Should I Go? Understanding
Partner’s Decision-making Process Following
Infidelity”
Marcella Shrout and Daniel Weigel, University of Nevada,
Reno
“Technology and Authoritarianism in the Brazilian
Military Dictatorship (1964-1985)”
Roberto Resende Simiqueli, Universidade Estadual de
Campinas
“Social Comparison Processes and Adults’ Judgments
of Children’s Weights and Intentions to Control
Children’s Weight”
Jenny Reichert, Heidelberg University; and Monica K.
Miller, University of Nevada, Reno
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SOCIAL PSYCHOLOGY
Panel 5
Courts and Conflict
Moderator
Alicia DeVault, University of Nevada, Reno
“Relationship between Individual Differences and
Attitudes toward Immigrants in a Student Sample”
Emily F. Wood and Monica K. Miller, University of Nevada,
THURSDAY
Reno
4:30 – 6:00 pm
Teton 2
“Negotiating a Deal or Negotiating Our Conversation: A
Dyadic, Experimental Approach to the Impact Of
Suspicion upon Changes in Conversational Goals
within a Negotiation”
Michael Kwiatkowski and Gwen Hullman, University of
Nevada, Reno
“Impact of Judicial Instructions and Belief in Memory
on Perceptions of a Case Involving Eyewitness
Testimony”
Christine M. McDermott and Monica K. Miller, University
of Nevada, Reno
“Religious Freedom in Europe: An Analysis of Article 9
Violation Cases in the European Court of Human
Rights”
Brian M. Lee, University of Nevada, Reno
Panel 6
Moderator
The Social Science of Creativity
Pete Martini, Heidelberg University
“Art in Algorithms: Results of a Hu(man) Vs. Machine
Test of Creative Outputs”
Samuel Lindsey, Victoria A. Springer, Stephanie Vezich,
FRIDAY
Peter Merrill, and Mark Nichoson, Adobe Systems, Inc.
2:45 – 4:15 pm
N11
“Creativity at Work and Play: How Context Shapes Our
Thoughts on Creativity”
Victoria A. Springer, Stephanie Vezich, and Samuel
Lindsey, Adobe Systems, Inc.
“Barriers to Creativity: Why the Way We See Ourselves
Matters”
Victoria A. Springer, Stephanie Vezich, and Samuel
Lindsey, Adobe Systems, Inc.
“Social Aspects of Creativity: What it Means to Share
and Build Creative Communities”
Stephanie Vezich, Victoria A. Springer, and Samuel
Lindsey, Adobe Systems, Inc.
110
SOCIAL WORK
SOCIAL WORK
Moises Diaz
Utah State University
William B. Pederson
Northern Arizona University, Yuma
Panel 1
Refugees
(CROSSLISTED WITH GLOBALIZATION AND DEVELOPMENT)
Moderator
Moises Diaz, Utah State University
THURSDAY
8:00 – 9:30 am
N4
“Motives for Deportees and Migrants to Remain on the
Border”
Myriam Hernandez, Juanita Cabrera, Ivan Gutierrez, and
Luz Chavez, Northern Arizona University, Yuma
“Identity and Livelihood Reconstruction Challenges for
Refugee and Internally Displaced Populations”
Michèle Companion, University of Colorado Colorado
Springs
Panel 2
Wellness
Moderator
Moises Diaz, Utah State University
THURSDAY
9:45 – 11:15 am
N4
“Wellness Wednesday: An Intergenerational
Community Health Project”
Ohenewaa White, Alvernia University
“Wellness, Quality of Life, and Job Satisfaction in a
University Setting”
Samara Katten, California State University, Northridge
Panel 3
Behavioral Health
Moderator
William B. Pederson, Northern Arizona University, Yuma
THURSDAY
1:00 – 2:30 pm
N4
“Behavioral Health Integration”
Brandi Hissong, Glenns Ferry Health Center Inc.
“Bullying Community Change Project”
Patricia Worthen, Aneth Mejia, Ayesia Gomez, Vanessa
Palomino, Mary Haunschild, Irma Corrales, Jacque
Warner, and Dan’Elle Jones, Northern Arizona University,
Yuma
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SOCIAL WORK
Panel 4
Moderator
Children
William B. Pederson, Northern Arizona University, Yuma
“Kids in Crisis? Social Work in Arizona Public Schools”
Ruth Whisler, Mary Haunschild, Natasha Coonrod,
Vanessa Palomino, and Dan’Elle Jones, Northern Arizona
FRIDAY
University, Yuma
8:00 – 9:30 am
N4
“Evaluating the Use of a Checklist to Enhance
Decision-Making and Outcomes for Older Youth Exiting
Foster Care”
Victoria A. Knoche and Alicia Summers, University of
Nevada, Reno
“Reunification vs. Orphanage Care: Community Based
Social Work in Haiti”
Stephen Baldridge, Bre Heinrich, Abilene Christian
University; and Tausha Pearson, Haiti Mama
Panel 5
Moderator
Practice
William B. Pederson, Northern Arizona University, Yuma
“Evaluation of Social Services and Policies
Implemented for the Elderly in Turkey”
Aziz Dayanir, Murat Kalkan, and Muhammet Enes Kayagil,
FRIDAY
Istanbul University
9:45 – 11:15 am
N4
“Emerging Issues in Social Work Education: The
Intersection of Legalization, Decriminalization and
Medical Marijuana Use and Its Impact in Higher
Education”
Aloha VanCamp, University of Detroit Mercy
“Pathways to Pesticide Exposure among Farm Workers
in Yuma County”
Ivan Gutierrez, Nubia Quintana, Alexis Carillo, Rosario
Pulido, Juanita Cabrera, Myriam Hernandez,and Blanca
Chavez, Northern Arizona University, Yuma
Panel 6
Theory
Moderator
Moises Diaz, Utah State University
FRIDAY
1:00 – 2:30 pm
N4
“Organizational Factors Contributing to the Retention
of Social Workers”
Diane M. Hodge and Haley Ann Whitcraft, Radford
University
“A Multitheoretical Approach to Social Work Practice
along the U.S. / Mexico Border”
William B. Pederson, Northern Arizona University, Yuma
112
SOCIOLOGY
SOCIOLOGY
Lynda Dickson
University of Colorado Colorado Springs
Panel 1
Shifting Cultural Controversies
(CROSSLISTED WITH ANTHROPOLOGY)
THURSDAY
9:45 – 11:15 pm
“Pro-Birth vs. Pro-Life: Time to Flip the Switch on
Labels and Their Meanings in the Abortion Debate”
Lynda Dickson, University of Colorado Colorado Springs
Ruby 1
“CPS Enforcement in an Era of Legalized Marijuana”
Jebadiha E. Potterf, Colorado State University
Panel 2
Salud y Calidad de Vida II
(CROSSLISTED WITH LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES)
Moderator
Dulce María Aparicio-Padilla, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
“Implicaciones Jurídicas por la Colisión de Derechos a
la Salud en Menores de Edad Frente a la Creencia
Religiosa de Sus Padres o Tutores: Caso Testigos de
THURSDAY
Jehová”
1:00 – 2:30 pm
Antonio Jiménez-Díaz, Erandini Donaxi Pinto Pérez, and
Alfonso Martínez-Allegre, Universidad de Guadalajara,
México
N1
“La Resiliencia Organizacional, en el Colegio de
Bachilleres del Estado de Puebla”
Felipe Guevara Rivera, Universidad Pedagógica Nacional,
México
“Sociedad y Alimentación: Ser Diabético en México”
Enrique Omar Alonso-Gossio, Universidad del Claustro de
Sor Juana, México
“Undocumented Students in Los Angeles, California:
Academic Success, Adversity and a Resilient Way”
Ana Uribe, University of Colima, México
113
SOCIOLOGY
Panel 3
Social Inequality
(CROSSLISTED WITH ANTHROPOLOGY)
Moderator
Lynda Dickson, University of Colorado Colorado Springs
“The Nature, Extent, and Sources of Income and
Wealth Inequality in the United States”
Berch Berberoglu, University of Nevada, Reno
THURSDAY
4:30 – 6:00 pm
Ruby 1
“It’s Not Society, It’s You: The Davis-Moore
Hypothesis, the Bell Curve, and Structural
Functionalists’ Interpretations of Social Stratification”
Scott David Parker, Sierra College
“Ballin’ the Jack: The Rise of Public Funding for
Entrepreneurial Activity in the West”
David Throgmorton, Carbon County Higher Education
Center
“Answering Economic Imperialism with Progressive
Anthropology”
Stefanie Cole, University of Missouri – Kansas City
Panel 4
Women, Crime, and Deviance
(CROSSLISTED WITH ANTHROPOLOGY AND WOMEN’S AND
GENDER STUDIES)
FRIDAY
8:00 – 9:30 am
Ruby 1
“Gang Membership and Trouble with the Police”
Richard Dukes and Shelby Shively, University of Colorado
Colorado Springs
“The Effect of Child Abuse on Future Romantic
Relationship Quality”
Shelby Shively, University of Colorado Colorado Springs
“The Unexplored Gender Dynamics of the Stop-andFrisk Policy from a Quantitative and Spatial
Perspective”
Roger J. Chin, Claremont Graduate University
“Incarceration by Any Other Name: The Unholy
Alliance of Religion, Therapeutic Culture and the
State”
Susan Sered, Suffolk University
114
SOCIOLOGY
Panel 5
Política I: Sistemas Electorales y Legitimidad / Politics I:
Electoral Systems and Legitimacy
(CROSSLISTED WITH LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES)
Moderator
Ignacio Medina-Núñez, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
“Inestabilidad e Ilegitimidad Política en los Sistemas
Presidenciales de América Latina y sus Afectaciones
para la Integración Latinoamericana Autónoma”
FRIDAY
Diego A. Carrillo-Torres, Universidad de Guadalajara,
9:45 – 11:15 am
México
McKinley
“Proceso Electoral Extraordinario, Contextos
Heterogéneos del Municipio de Sahuayo Michoacán,
México 2015”
Tomás Alberto García-González, Universidad de
Guadalajara, México
“Between Opposition and the Right: An
Anthropological Approach to the “Highly Demanding”
Middle Classes and the National Action Party (PAN) in
Mexico City”
Joel Trujillo-Pérez, Escuela Nacional de Antropología e
Historia
“El Poder Político en México: Transición y Cambio
Social”
Jorge Francisco Alvarado-Puig, Universidad Nacional
Autónoma de México
115
SOCIOLOGY
Panel 6
Moderator
Análisis Crítico de la Formación Profesional
(CROSSLISTED WITH LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES)
Rosalía López-Paniagua, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
“Profesionales de la de Economía en América Latina,
¿Dominación o Resistencia?”
Sergio Lorenzo Sandoval-Aragón, Universidad de
FRIDAY
Guadalajara, México
4:30 – 6:00 pm
N1
“Ser Investigador Hoy. El Perfil de los Jóvenes
Investigadores del Consejo Nacional de Ciencia y
Tecnología en las Instituciones de Educación Superior”
Ana Araceli Navarro-Becerra, Universidad de Guadalajara,
México
“Los Retos de la Capacitación de los Abogados al Nuevo
Sistema de Justicia Penal Adversarial Mexicano”
Eduardo Barajas-Languren and Guadalupe José TorresSantiago, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
“Educación para Qué? Valores y Antivalores en
Jóvenes de un Centro Universitario de México”
Jorge Hernández-Contreras, Adriana Castañeda-Barajas,
Antonio Ponce-Rojo, and Pedro Moreno-Badajós,
Universidad de Guadalajara, México
“Algunos Principios para el Análisis, Planeación e
Investigación en la Didáctica de la Lengua y la
Literatura”
Luz Eugenia Aguilar-González and Gilberto FregosoPeralta, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
116
SOCIOLOGY
Panel 7
Moderator
Climate, Conflict, and Cooperation
(CROSSLISTED WITH POLITICAL SCIENCE AND ARID LANDS
STUDIES AND GEOGRAPHY)
Markus Kemmelmeier, University of Nevada, Reno
“Climate Induced Conflict and Cooperation: Assessing
the State of the Literature and Directions Forward”
Derek Kauneckis, Ohio University and YiJyun Lin,
SATURDAY
University of Nevada, Reno
8:00 – 9:30 am
McKinley
“Diseases, Crops, Institutions, and Culture: How
Climate Variability Influences the Likelihood of
Conflict”
YiJyun Lin, University of Nevada, Reno
“An Evolutionary Selection Model of Climate Change
and Pastoralist Conflict in East Africa”
Nicholas Seltzer, University of Nevada, Reno
“Exploring the Role of Local Governance System in
Mitigating Climate Stress in the Truckee/Carson River
Systems”
Karen Simpson and Loretta Singletary, University of
Nevada, Reno; and Derek Kauneckis and Azamat Tashev,
Ohio University
“Climate Change’s Effect on Crime”
Markus Kemmelmeier and YiJyun Lin, University of
Nevada, Reno
Panel 8
Controversies in Higher Education
(CROSSLISTED WITH ANTHROPOLOGY)
Moderator
Lynda Dickson, University of Colorado Colorado Springs
“Investigating Student Opinions on Proposed
Affirmative Consent Policies Regarding Sexual
Relationships in Arizona Colleges”
SATURDAY
Keith Hullenaar, Northern Arizona University
9:45 – 11:15 am
N4
“Athletics Programs, Structure of Time and Its
Negative Effects on Football Players’ Social and
Academic Lives”
Audie Daniel Wood, Idaho State University
“How I See Me: The Effect of Self-perception on
Academic and Future Success”
Dianne M. Berry, Univeristy of Colorado Colorado Springs
117
SOCIOLOGY
Panel 9
Inequalities, Two
(CROSSLISTED WITH ANTHROPOLOGY)
Moderator
Lynda Dickson, University of Colorado Colorado Springs
“Trends in Polygynous Marriages in West Africa:
Cohort Differences and Education Effects in Ghana”
Foster Amey and Linxin Xie, Middle Tennessee State
SATURDAY
University; and Ami R. Moore, University of North Texas
1:00 – 2:30 pm
N4
“Microaggressions, Microinequities, and Vegetarians: A
Quantitative Study”
Michael Briscoe, University of Colorado Colorado Springs
“Perceptions of Exported Race Identities of the United
States and Understanding Their Macro-Scale
Consequences”
Brielle Giesemann, Northern Arizona University
“Homeless Individuals’ Social Construction of a Public
Park”
Reuben Addo, Colorado State University
118
URBAN STUDIES
URBAN STUDIES
Thomas Sammons
University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Panel 1
The Social City
Moderator
Jerome Malinowski, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
“Developing Neighborhood Level Statistics from the
American Community Survey”
Richard Lycan, Portland State University
FRIDAY
8:00 – 9:30 am
Teton 1
“Drowning Flags: Considering the Flood Resiliency
Potential of Butte La Rose, Louisiana and the SocioEnvironmental Systems That Exacerbate Supremacy
Culture, Preventing Tenable Architectural Strategies”
Kiwana McClung, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
“Think-Collaborate-Implement: Reconnecting Historic
St. Martinville”
Ashlie Latiolais, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Panel 2
Urban Design and Contemporary Housing
Moderator
Kiwana McClung, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
“Processes of Community Design”
Thomas Sammons, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
FRIDAY
9:45 – 11:15 am
Teton 1
“Architecture and Domesticity in Soviet Union PostStalin Era”
Nadya Kozinets, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
“The Villa: Antithetical Response to Urbanism or a
Treasury of Urban Values”
M. Jean Edwards, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Panel 3
Urban Transit
Moderator
Thomas Sammons, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
FRIDAY
1:00 – 2:30 pm
Teton 1
“The Automata: A Vehicle for Introducing Mechanism
to the Industrial Design Studio”
Andy Loewy, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
“Transit Design Metamorphosis in the 21 st Century”
Jerome Malinowski, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
“Bus Rapid Transit-A Capitol Idea”
William E. Thoms, North Dakota State University
119
URBAN STUDIES
Panel 4
Process of Design
Moderator
Ashlie Latiolais, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
“Teach As If Beauty Matters the Most”
Hector LaSala, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
FRIDAY
2:45 – 4:15 pm
Teton 1
“The Love Hotel”
Mark O’Bryan, University of Kentucky
“Common Roots . . . The Structure of the English
Village and Its Influence on Post-Romantic
Architecture”
Doug Graf, Ohio State University
120
WOMEN’S AND GENDER STUDIES
WOMEN’S AND GENDER STUDIES
Diane Calloway-Graham
Utah State University
Barbara Bonnekessen
Pittsburg State University
Panel 1
Reproductive Justice
Moderator
Diane Calloway-Graham, Utah State University
THURSDAY
8:00 – 9:30 am
Ruby 1
Panel 2
“Under the Guise of Choice: A Study of the Zoe
Pregnancy Center”
Guadalupe Anaya-Cano, New Mexico Highlands Women’s
Center
“The Taboo of Public Breastfeeding”
Charisse South, New Mexico Highlands University
Gender, Youth, and Social Change
(CROSSLISTED WITH ECONOMICS: ASSOCIATION FOR
INSTITUTIONAL THOUGHT)
Moderator
Barbara Hopkins, Wright State University
“Exploring the Dynamic Human Interactions That
Shape Social Change: A Case Study of an
Antitrafficking Social Entrepreneurial Effort”
THURSDAY
Angie Kay Fuessel, George Washington University
9:45 – 11:15 am
N5
“Youth Employment in Ghana: Is Social
Entrepreneurship and the Employer of Last Resort the
Key?”
Richard Dadzie, PricewaterhouseCoopers LLP
“Social Innovation, Gender, and Technology”
Tonia L. Warnecke, Rollins College
“Economic Stress and Physical Intimate Partner
Violence around the Time of Pregnancy: Do
Institutions Matter?”
Jacqueline Strenio, University of Utah
121
WOMEN’S AND GENDER STUDIES
Panel 3
International Gendered Spaces
Moderator
Barbara Bonnekessen, Pittsburg State University
THURSDAY
1:00 – 2:30 pm
Ruby 1
Panel 4
“The Predicament of Alternative Public Domain and
Collective Action: A Study on China’s Exclusive Gay
Media”
Lin Xing, University of Nevada, Reno
“Mercados de Trabajo para Mujeres Campesinas en
América Latina: Entre la Estadística y la Realidad”
Humberto De Luna-López, Universidad Autónoma de
Zacatecas, México
Women: Migration, Quality of Life, and Education
(CROSSLISTED WITH LATIN AMERICAN STUDIES)
Moderator
María de Los Ángeles Flores-Gutiérrez, Texas A&M International University,
Laredo, TX, USA
“Some Considerations about Well-being and Quality of
Life: The Case of Indigenous Female Migrant Daylaborers in Northwest México”
THURSDAY
Christine von Glascoe, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte,
1:00 – 2:30 pm
México; Concepción Martínez-Valdés, Evarista ArellanoGarcía, and Lourdes Camarena-Ojinaga, Universidad
Autónoma de Baja California, México
N2
“Effects of Violence on the Reproductive Strategies of
Migrant Women from Central America in Transit
through México”
Susanne Maria Willers, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de
México
“Comprehending Aggression and Violence on Women in
Higher Education: In the Individual Contexts and in
Dating Relationships”
Blanca E. Arciga-Zavala, María Trinidad Torres-Vera, and
Leonel García-León, Universidad Juárez Autónoma de
Tabasco, México
Panel 5
Women in the Public Domain
Moderator
Diane Calloway-Graham, Utah State University
“Health, Body Image, and Capitalism”
Earlene Smith, Northern Arizona University
THURSDAY
2:45 – 4:15 pm
Ruby 1
“The Past is Prologue: Are Today’s Welfare Regulations
Contemporary Versions of Sumptuary Laws”
Barbara Bonnekessen, Pittsburg State University
“Margaret Mead and Global Environmental
Consciousness”
Cecilia Cowdy-Wygant, Front Range Community College
122
WOMEN’S AND GENDER STUDIES
Panel 6
Women, Crime, and Deviance
(CROSSLISTED WITH SOCIOLOGY AND ANTHROPOLOGY)
FRIDAY
8:00 – 9:30 am
Ruby 1
“Gang Membership and Trouble with the Police”
Richard Dukes and Shelby Shively, University of Colorado
Colorado Springs
“The Effect of Child Abuse on Future Romantic
Relationship Quality”
Shelby Shively, University of Colorado Colorado Springs
“The Unexplored Gender Dynamics of the Stop-andFrisk Policy from a Quantitative and Spatial
Perspective”
Roger J. Chin, Claremont Graduate University
Panel 7
Women’s Issues in Africa
Moderator
Diane Calloway-Graham, Utah State University
“Nigerian Post Graduate Female Students in South
African Higher Institutions: To Stay or Return Home”
Adetola Oyewo, University of Kwa Zulu Natal Durban
FRIDAY
1:00 – 2:30 pm
Sierra 2
“The Digital Gender Divide: Confronting Obstacles to
Women’s Development in Africa”
Nicholas Alozie, Arizona State University
“Patriarchy Cultural Syndrome: Gender, Property
Rights, and Education”
Samuel Umoh Uwem, University of Kwa Zulu Natal
Durban
Panel 8
Employment and “Good Jobs”
(CROSSLISTED WITH ECONOMICS: ASSOCIATION FOR
INSTITUTIONAL THOUGHT)
Moderator
Janice Peterson, California State University, Fresno
“Work-Family Policy and Economic Cycles in Western
Europe: Bridging the Gaps in Women’s Labor Force
Participation Research”
SATURDAY
Kaitlyn Sims, California State University, Fresno
1:00 – 2:30 pm
N7
“Public Employment Guarantee: An Institutional
Adjustment Towards an Inclusive Provisioning
Process”
Brandon McCoy, University of Missouri – Kansas City
“Defeminization of Manufacturing, Pre-Mature
Deindustrialization, and Gender Competition for Good
Jobs”
Bret Anderson, University of Rhode Island
123
SPECIAL SESSIONS
SPECIAL SESSIONS
All Sections
Panel 1
Health, Policy, and Practice
Moderator
Dianne M. Berry, University of Colorado Colorado Springs
“Attitudes toward Rape in the Context of Schemas”
Kristan N. Russell, University of Nevada, Reno
SATURDAY
8:00 – 9:30 am
N9
“The Epidemic of Veteran Suicide: How Does it
Compare to Civilian Suicide?”
Haley Ann Whitcraft, Radford University
“Ethical Responsibility of Public Administrators: An
Empirical Analysis of the Legislative View”
Sandra M. Emerson and Jing Wang, California State
Polytechnic University, Pomona
“New Findings in Disaster Studies: Implications for
Research and Practice”
Thomas Drabek, University of Denver
Panel 2
Navigating the Publishing World
Moderator
Mireille Yanow, Palgrave Macmillan
SATURDAY
1:00 – 2:30 pm
N9
Please join Mireille Yanow for “Navigating the Publishing
World,” an interactive and informational presentation that
will explore publishing basics, the publishing process, and
other knowledge pertinent to the publishing world. A
question and answer session will follow the presentation.
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Index of Participants
Abbas, Yulianti ...................................... 97
Abubakar, Sama’ila ................................ 26
Acharya, Ram N. .................................... 58
Addo, Reuben ................................. 12, 118
Adkisson, Richard V.............. 45, 49, 51, 61
Aguilar-Ávalos, Armando ........................ 81
Aguilar-González, Luz Eugenia ... 75, 79, 80,
116
Aladaihani, Yousef ................................. 88
Alatorre-Esqueda, Erika Ivonne .............. 75
Albrecht, Donald E................................. 61
Alexander, Linda ............................... 41, 42
Alharethi, Manasar ................................ 88
Ali-Joseph, Alisse ................................. 3, 4
Allen, Roy .............................................. 64
Almalki, Abdullah M. ............................. 87
Alnabhany, Jasem ................................. 43
Alonso-Gossio, Enrique Omar ......... 72, 113
Alozie, Nicholas ................................. 1, 123
Al-Rasheed, Anas ................................... 88
Alvarado-Puig, Jorge Francisco ....... 76, 115
Alvarez, Mauricio J. ........................ 91, 109
Amato, Anthony J. ................ 102, 103, 104
Amey, Foster ................................... 12, 118
Amilhat Szary, Anne-Laure .................... 23
Ampudia Rueda, Lourdes ....................... 24
Anaya-Cano, Guadalupe .......................121
Anderson, Bret.................... 48, 50, 51, 123
Anderson, Sarah .................................... 18
Anderson, Sean ..................................... 19
Andrist, Debra D. ................................... 36
Anita-Ramírez, Cristian Guadalupe ........ 73
Antonio, Kaene ...................................6, 95
Aparicio-Padilla, Dulce María .... 71, 72, 113
Araceli Navarro-Becerra, Ana .......... 79, 116
Arciga-Zavala, Blanca E. ................. 72, 122
Arellano-García, Evarista .......... 71, 72, 122
Arenas-González, Rita Aline ................... 86
Arenas-Luna, Rodrigo Rafael .................. 82
Armand French, Laurence ................. 26, 36
Arment, Jean ......................................... 47
Armenta-Ramírez, Aida B. ...................... 73
Arriaga Martínez, Rafael ......................... 33
Aske, David ........................................... 59
Atkinson, Glen W. ............................. 45, 49
Atlas, Pierre M. ...................................... 35
Avsar, Rojhat B. ...................... 9, 42, 50, 51
Ayala García, Erika Tatiana ................... 28
Ayala-Ortiz, Dante Ariel ......................... 85
Ayala-Ramírez, Suhey ............................ 85
Badawi Mustapha, Ahmed ..................... 91
Bailey, Monique ..................................... 42
Bailey, Rahn .......................................... 40
Baker, John R........................................ 91
Baldridge, Stephen ............................... 112
Ballegeer, Joe ......................................... 45
Bancroft, Patricia ..................................... 4
Banerjee, Aparajita ................................. 64
Bannister, Stephen ................................ 47
Baquero, María Inés ............................... 28
Barajas Tinoco, Margarita ...................... 22
Barajas-Languren, Eduardo ...... 75, 79, 116
Barker, Narviar ...................................... 40
Barraza De Anda, Martha Patricia17, 24, 27
Barraza, Daniel ........................................ 4
Bartolini, Maria Grazia ......................... 106
Bass Zavala, Sonia ................................. 32
Bastos Osorio, Liliana Marcela ............... 22
Basulto-Castillo, Angélica ................. 84, 86
Battrup, Gerd ........................................ 33
Bayo-Urban, Ivette ................................. 21
Becerra-Bizarrón, Ernesto Manuel .......... 81
Beckstein, Amoneeta ................................ 8
Begay, Andria .......................................... 4
Begay, Brenton .................................. 6, 95
Bell, Arnold ........................................ 1, 42
Benally, Darrien ....................................... 4
Benitez Guadarrama, Juan Pedro ........... 56
Ben-Moshe, Liat ..................................... 40
Bennet, Cheryl Redhorse .................... 6, 44
Berberoglu, Berch ..................... 10, 66, 114
Berends, Patrick .................................. 104
Berenger, Ralph ..................................... 88
Bernal, Alex ........................................... 58
Bernal-Calderón, Araceli .................. 74, 82
Berry, Dianne M. ..................... 11, 117, 124
Besaw, Gary ............................................. 6
Besier, Gerhard ...................................... 18
Bhargava, Vivek ............................... 56, 57
Bickham Mendez, Jennifer ..................... 20
Biles, Amanda B. ................................. 103
Billé, Franck .......................................... 29
Bitar Ramírez, Jorge............................... 22
Blackard, Jacob ................................... 108
Boazman, Kylie ...................................... 37
Bond, April Marie ..................................... 5
Bone, Rebecca........................................ 39
Bonnekessen, Barbara .................. 121, 122
Borba Colen França, Arthur ................... 33
Borden, George W. ................................. 61
Boyle, Edward ........................................ 17
Bracarense, Natália ............... 47, 49, 58, 66
Bracarense, Paulo Afonso ................. 47, 58
Brambilla, Chiara ................................... 34
Branche, Donovan ................................... 1
Bravo-Silva, José Luis ................. 81, 83, 85
Bremmer, Dale S. ................................... 60
Brewer, Adam ........................................ 18
125
Index of Participants
Brick, Phil ............................................. 63
Briscoe, Michael ............................. 12, 118
Brown, Christopher .................... 18, 46, 53
Brown, Stephen ....................................... 1
Brown, Steven E. .............................. 37, 38
Brunet-Jailly, Emmanuel .................. 17, 23
Bruyere, Marlis ...................................... 39
Bryson Clark, Jennifer ........................... 29
Burke, John Francis .............................. 36
Burkhart, Ross E. ............................. 35, 91
Burtt, Patrick......................................4, 43
Bustos Cortés, Alejandro Iván ................ 25
Cabrera Nossa, Irene.............................. 33
Cabrera, Juanita..................... 65, 111, 112
Calabrese, Thad ................................ 97, 98
Calise, Archie......................................... 13
Calixto-Acosta, Adoni Natanael .............. 77
Calloway-Graham, Diane ...... 121, 122, 123
Camarena-Ojinaga, Lourdes ...... 71, 72, 122
Camelo, Karen L. ................................... 36
Camilleri, Susan .................................... 98
Campbell, Annhenrie ............................. 55
Campos-Aceves, Brisa Herminia ............. 77
Carbajal-Suárez, Ýolanda ....................... 85
Cárdenas-Gómez, Erika Patricia ........ 82, 84
Cardona Acevedo, Marleny ................ 26, 28
Carillo, Alexis .......................................112
Carrera Zamanillo, Isabel ....................... 21
Carrillo-Gómez, María Teresa ................. 71
Carrillo-Torres, Diego A. .................. 76, 115
Carter, Neal ........................................... 35
Castañeda-Barajas, Adriana ............ 79, 116
Castañeda-Rentería, Liliana Ibeth ..... 75, 77
Castillo-Girón, Víctor Manuel ................. 85
Castillo-Murillo, Rolando ........................ 81
Castillón-Ramos, Javier ......................... 81
Catlin, Dennis W. ................................... 44
Cavdar, Gamze ................................. 49, 66
Cázarez-Vázquez, Mirna ......................... 80
Champlin, Dell .................................. 48, 49
Chang, Li-jing ........................................ 87
Chavez, Blanca .....................................112
Chavez, Luz .................................... 65, 111
Chávez-Nungaray, Erika ........................ 85
Chen, Can ............................................. 99
Chen, Ji ................................................. 15
Chen, Xiaowei ........................................ 87
Cheng, Shaoming ................................... 97
Chi, Naomi ............................................ 20
CHIDA, Tetsuro ..................................... 30
Chin, Roger J. ..................... 7, 11, 114, 123
Choi, NakHyeok ..................................... 98
Chung, Alex H. ................................. 24, 29
Churchill, Lindsey.................................. 69
Cichock, Mark A. ..................................107
Clamp, Christina A................................... 8
Clark, Jennifer ....................................... 20
Clark, Jessica ....................... 102, 104, 105
Clark, Timothy ....................................... 62
Claudio Carrillo-Navarro, José .......... 75, 80
Cole, Paula ............................................ 48
Cole, Stefanie ............................ 10, 50, 114
Cole, Tara .............................................. 44
Colgrove, Sarah ...................................... 23
Colich, Elissa J. ..................................... 16
Colín-García, Araceli ........................ 77, 82
Colín-Mar, Ismael................................... 83
Collins, Kimberly ......................... 19, 24, 34
Cologlu, Ziya ............................... 56, 62, 64
Commuri, Chandra .......................... 94, 96
Companion, Michèle ....................... 65, 111
Conant, James ....................................... 97
Conley, Pamela R. .................................. 37
Constant, Benjamin ............................... 28
Contreras-Estrada, Mónica Isabel ........... 71
Contreras-Orozco, Leticia ................. 82, 83
Contreras-Tinoco, Karla Alejandra .......... 75
Conway, Megan ...................................... 38
Cook, Michael S. .................................... 64
Coonrod, Natasha ................................ 112
Corbit, Ken ............................................ 92
Corman, Rhonda R................................. 59
Coronado, Irasema ................................. 24
Corrales, Irma ...................................... 111
Correa-Cabrera, Guadalupe ........ 20, 29, 30
Cortes-Palacios, Elba Martina................. 83
Cortina-Aguilar, Gibrán .......................... 84
Cota-Guzmán, Hilda Irene ...................... 86
Cota-Yáñez, Rosario ......................... 77, 81
Cowdy-Wygant, Cecilia ......................... 122
Cox, Jerome D. ...................................... 50
Crawford, Chris.................................... 101
Crist, Rachel .......................................... 89
Crnjak, Marijan ...................................... 18
Croft, Jerry ............................................ 35
Crowder, Marisa ................................... 109
Cruz-Cruz, Marisol ........................... 77, 81
Cuan-Corpus, Edith Mei Lai ............. 71, 75
Cudjoe, Joe ............................................ 66
Cuevas-Pichardo, Lucero Jazmín ...... 71, 74
Dabul, Rani ........................................... 89
DaCosta, Laverne ................................. 108
Dadzie, Richard......................... 46, 50, 121
Dávalos-Pita, Adriana Yunuén .......... 81, 83
Dávalos-Romo, María Teresa ............ 78, 80
Davidova, Evguenia .............................. 106
Davis, Carolyn ....................................... 40
Davis, Thomas ..................................... 107
Dayanir, Aziz........................................ 112
Dayley, Melia ....................................... 103
126
Index of Participants
De Luna-López, Humberto ........ 77, 78, 122
De Sy, Carine......................................... 18
Dean, Erik ............................................. 52
Del Moral Barrera, Laura Elena .............. 84
Demby, Virnel .....................................6, 95
DeVault, Alicia .............................. 109, 110
Dial, Donna Kay ...................................... 8
Díaz Flores, Manuel ............................... 95
Diaz, Moises ........................... 65, 111, 112
Díaz-Bautista, Alejandro ............. 31, 54, 80
Diaz-González, Eliseo .................. 31, 54, 80
Díaz-González, Gualberto ....................... 75
Dickson, Lynda ... 10, 11, 12, 113, 114, 117,
118
Dodge, Christian .................................... 51
Donaxi Pinto Pérez, Erandini ........... 72, 113
Dong, Lixia ............................................ 15
Dorfman, Adriana .................................. 33
Drabek, Thomas ...................................124
Drew, R. A. .............................................. 1
Drye Romero, Fredrina ............................. 5
Dukes, Richard ....................... 11, 114, 123
Dunbar, Pervell ...................................... 39
Dunlap, Alexander ................................. 51
Dunn, Lynsie ........................................... 5
Dzionek-Kozlowska, Joanna ........ 52, 59, 67
Earley, Joseph ....................................... 13
Earley, Sara ........................................... 13
Ebdon, Carol ......................................... 99
Edmonds, Larry ..................................1, 41
Edwards, David ....................................100
Edwards, M. Jean .................................119
Egan, Clifford ........................................ 69
Eliason, Stephen L. ...............................102
Elliott, Marta ........................................108
Ely, Todd ........................................ 98, 100
Emerson, Sandra M. .............................124
Emm, Kari ............................................... 5
Enitan, Ogunsusi Cecilia ........................ 30
Erickson, Chris ...................................... 58
Escobar Angulo, Diana Marien ............... 25
Espiñeira, Keina .................................... 20
Etopio, Aubrey ......................................109
Evans, Candace ..................................... 42
Fako, Thabo...................................... 39, 76
Farfán-García, Ma. del Carmen ......... 78, 80
Farmer, Jayce L. .................................... 97
Felipe Guevara Rivera ...........................113
Ferng, Jennifer ...................................... 19
Fields, Billy ............................................ 97
Figart, Deborah M. ................................. 49
Figueroa Ramírez, Silvia Leticia .............. 22
Firch, Tim .............................................. 55
Flores, Raúl Vicente ............................... 39
Flores-Gutiérrez, María de Los Ángeles .. 70,
81, 122
Flores-Zúñiga, Jazmín Anaid .................. 65
Florido-Alejo, Ángel Lorenzo ............. 70, 71
Foster, Susan......................................... 37
Fowler, Gil .................................. 87, 88, 89
Franklin, Aimee ................................... 101
Freeman, Ie May .................................... 16
Freemuth, John ..................................... 63
Fregoso-Peralta, Gilberto ................ 79, 116
Friedel, Tracy L. ....................................... 3
Friedman, Michael B. ............................. 88
Friesner, Dan ......................................... 50
Fryer, Paul ............................................. 18
Fuentes, César M. .................................. 30
Fuentes, Viola ......................... 6, 94, 95, 96
Fuessel, Angie Kay ......................... 46, 121
Fullerton, Thomas M. Jr. ........................ 60
Furey, Kevin .......................................... 49
Gallamore, Monica S. ............................. 68
García Compeán, Rosa Alicia .................. 30
Garcia Leos, Norma ................................ 33
García Martínez, Bogar........................... 95
García, Hilda .......................................... 32
García-González, Tomás Alberto ..... 76, 115
García-León, Leonel ....................... 72, 122
García-Rodríguez, José Félix .................. 73
Gardner, Kimberly ................................. 44
Garza-Estrada, Rosalinda ................. 82, 83
Geisler, Karl R........................................ 62
George, Heidie ........................................ 48
Gerber, James ....................................... 21
Gibbons, Eric ......................................... 60
Giesemann, Brielle ......................... 12, 118
Gigantino, James ................................... 68
Godínez-Chavoya, Josefina Elizabeth ..... 84,
103
Golam Rabbani, Mohammad .................. 21
Golunov, Serghei .................................... 29
Gomez, Ayesia ...................................... 111
Gomez, Katharine S. .............................. 88
Gómez, Ricardo ...................................... 21
Gómez-Collado, Martha Esthela ....... 81, 82
Gonzales, John ...................................... 56
González Acolt, Roberto .......................... 95
Gonzalez Mendoza, Julio Alfonso ............ 22
González-Andrade, Salvador ........ 31, 54, 80
González-Baltazar, Raquel ...................... 71
González-Pérez, Cándido .................. 78, 82
González-Torres, Rosa Inés ..................... 65
Goodman, Christopher ................... 97, 100
Gosen, Joe ....................................... 88, 89
Gowdy-Wygant, Cecilia ..................... 65, 69
Goya, Ernest .......................................... 40
Graf, Doug ........................................... 120
Grajeda Castañeda, Margarita ................ 26
127
Index of Participants
Green, Alexandra ................................... 23
Green, Mitch .......................................... 52
Greene, Barbara .................................... 15
Griffith, Winston H............................ 52, 67
Grinder, Darrin L. .................................... 9
Grondin, Bernadette .............................. 69
Guajardo, Verónica ................................ 21
Guerra-Hernández, Miriam Anahí...... 71, 75
Guilherme Silva, Carlos .............. 59, 60, 62
Guo, Hai (David) ............................... 97, 99
Gutierrez, Ivan ........................ 65, 111, 112
Gutiérrez-Linares, Delia ......................... 82
Hake, Eric ........................................ 46, 48
Hale, Michelle .......................................... 3
Halicka, Beata ....................................... 33
Hall, Holly ............................................. 87
Hall, John ......................................... 45, 51
Hall, Mark E. ......................................... 13
Han, Yousueng ...................................... 94
Hanamatsu, Yasunori ............................ 29
Hankey, Jasmine ..................................... 9
Hanson, Andrew .................................... 89
Hanson, Ralph E. .............................. 88, 89
Haris, Thomas ....................................... 58
Harris, Derika ........................................ 89
Harris, Janice ........................................ 37
Harris, Lauren ......................................... 1
Harris, Thomas R. ............................. 61, 62
Harrold, James .....................................101
Haskell, Richard Sr. ............................... 60
Hasnat, Dithi ......................................... 88
Hataley, Todd ........................................ 23
Haunschild, Mary ......................... 111, 112
Hayden, F. Gregory ................................ 50
Hayne, Bill ............................................... 7
Healey, Gavin A. ...................................... 3
Heinrich, Bre ........................................112
Henry, John........................................... 47
Hermann, Arturo ................................... 47
Hermes, Anna ........................................ 87
Hermosillo Salcedo, María Antonieta ...... 79
Hernández Martínez, Beatriz .................. 65
Hernandez, Myriam................. 65, 111, 112
Hernández-Contreras, Jorge ............ 79, 116
Hernández-Cruz, Sergio ......................... 80
Hernández-González, Eduardo ............... 75
Herrera Ledesma, Pedro Alberto ............. 25
Herrera-Barragán, Héctor....................... 77
Herz, Clarence A. ..................................104
Herzik, Eric ........................................... 63
Hidalgo-González, María Liliana ............. 71
Hidalgo-Santacruz, Gustavo ................... 71
Hinojosa, David ..................................... 36
Hissong, Brandi ....................................111
Hodge, Diane M. ...................................112
Holguín-García, Francisco José .............. 73
Hopkins, Barbara ...................... 46, 50, 121
Hou, Jack W. ......................................... 62
Howard Frank ........................................ 99
Hu, Zhiding ........................................... 30
Hullenaar, Keith ........................ 11, 43, 117
Hullman, Gwen ............................. 108, 110
Hummel, Daniel ..................................... 97
Hurtado-Rellstab, Nidya Merari .............. 82
Hyung Park, Ji ..................................... 100
Ibarra-López, Armando Martín................ 75
Im, Tobin ............................................... 98
Iñiguez-Basulto, Mayra Guadalupe ......... 74
Isern, Thomas D. ............ 90, 102, 103, 104
Islam, Khairul ........................................ 88
Islas-de Anda, Moisés Isaac .................... 74
Ivonchyk, Mikhail ................................. 100
Iwashita, Akihiro .................................... 32
Izhar Baranes, Avraham ................... 49, 52
Jackson, Cynthia D. ......................... 37, 40
Jackson-Pitts, Mary ......................... 87, 88
Jaime-Oliver, Laura Aritmética ............... 75
Jain, Ravi .............................................. 56
Jalali, Ali ............................................... 48
Jarratt-Snider, Karen ..................3, 6, 8, 44
Jiménez-Díaz, Antonio............... 72, 85, 113
Johnson, Susan ..................................... 95
Jolley, G. Jason ................................... 101
Jones, Ann E. ...................................... 108
Jones, Dan’Elle ............................. 111, 112
Ju, Youngkee ......................................... 89
Jung, Dongjae ........................................ 96
Junne, George Jr. .................................... 1
Kaatz, James B. ..................................... 95
Kalkan, Murat ...................................... 112
Kasianenko, Natalia ....................... 92, 107
Katten, Samara .................................... 111
Kauneckis, Derek ...................... 14, 93, 117
Kawakubo, Fuminori .............................. 24
Kayagil, Muhammet Enes ..................... 112
Kelaidis, Katherine ............................. 9, 35
Kelley, Suzzanne ..................... 90, 102, 103
Kellner, Joseph .................................... 107
Kemmelmeier, Markus ...... 14, 93, 109, 117
Kepner, Valerie ...................................... 48
Kesselring, Randall ................................ 60
Kevin Mitchell ........................................ 41
Khalid, Hina........................................... 99
Khanal, Kalpana .............................. 49, 66
Killsback, Leo....................................... 6, 7
Kilwein, John ........................................... 3
Kim, Junghack .................................... 101
Kirdina, Svetlana ................................... 47
Klosterman, Matthew ............................. 45
Knoche, Victoria A. ............................... 112
128
Index of Participants
Knox, Duncan........................................ 68
Kodrich, Kris .................................... 87, 88
Konrad, Victor ...................... 17, 23, 25, 30
Koran, Luke ........................................... 69
Koritschan, Tom ...................................107
Kostí, Miljana ........................................ 30
Koutsky, Tom .......................................103
Kozinets, Nadya ....................................119
Kraeger, Patsy................................... 94, 95
Krupa, Olha .................................. 100, 101
Kuester, Daniel D. ................................. 13
Kunze, Stefanie ...................................... 92
Kurtz, Howard A. ................................... 44
Kwiatkowski, Michael .................... 108, 110
Laine, Jussi P. ............................ 17, 20, 34
Landis, Malieka ..................................... 61
Langley Biegert, Melissa .................... 68, 69
Lara Maldonado, Marisol ........................ 22
Lara Valencia, Francisco ................... 19, 32
Lara-Becerra, Silvia Lorena ............... 82, 83
LaSala, Hector ......................................120
Laso, Esteban L. .................................... 75
Latiolais, Ashlie ............................ 119, 120
Lawton, Julia ......................................... 58
Lecy, Jesse D. ........................................ 98
Lee, Brian M. ........................................110
Lee, E. Scott ..................................... 91, 96
Lee, Jekyung ........................................100
Lee, Shinwoo ......................................... 97
Lee, Soomi ............................................. 99
LELOUP, Fabienne ................................. 19
León-Cortés, Silvia Graciela ................... 71
Lestari Sitohang, Lidya .......................... 21
Leuprecht, Christian .............................. 23
Liikanen, Ilkka ....................................... 30
Lin, YiJyun ............................... 14, 93, 117
Lindsay, David H. ............................. 55, 57
Lindsey, Samuel ...................................110
Linn, James G. ..................... 37, 39, 40, 76
Lippert, Werner D. ................................. 24
Liu, Gao ................................................ 98
Livie, Kyle .............................................104
Lo, Norman ............................................ 58
Loewy, Andy .........................................119
Lone, Todd ............................................104
López-Fuerte, Perla Josselyne ................ 74
López-Guerra, Ana Isai........................... 71
López-Leyva, Miguel Armando ................ 77
López-Paniagua, Rosalía...... 79, 81, 85, 116
Lu, Yaotai .............................................. 99
Luna-Firebaugh, Eileen .......................6, 44
Luna-Gordinier, Anne .........................6, 44
Lybecker, Donna .................................... 18
Lybecker, Kristina .................................. 58
Lycan, Richard......................................119
Lyimo, Nelice.................................... 41, 89
Lyons, Jim ............................................. 63
Macon, June .......................................... 16
Madrigal, Jesus .................................... 107
Magaña-García, Celia ............................. 73
Maher, Craig S. .................................... 100
Maletsky, Lisa ...................................... 109
Malgesini, Frank .................................... 33
Malinowski, Jerome ............................. 119
Malyshava, Mila ..................................... 48
Mammadov, Alibay ................................. 34
Manzanarez, Magdaleno ................... 26, 36
Mao, KuoRay ......................................... 64
Marley, Tennille ....................................... 4
Martell, Christine ................................. 100
Martin, Erika ......................................... 99
Martin, Susanne .................................... 91
Martínez Romero, Javier ......................... 24
Martínez Romo, Sergio ........................... 26
Martínez, Oscar J. .................................. 27
Martínez-Allegre, Alfonso ................ 72, 113
Martínez-Valdés, Concepción ..... 71, 72, 122
Martini, Pete ............. 65, 66, 108, 109, 110
Maruyama, Misaki ............................. 6, 95
Matajira Vera, Jorge Milton .................... 26
Matera, Rafal ................................... 52, 67
Matkin, David S. T. ................................ 98
Mauricio Marrufo, Rafael ........................ 32
Mayhew, Anne ....................................... 46
Maynard, Tony ....................................... 46
McBeth, Mark ........................................ 18
McClung, Kiwana ................................. 119
McCoy, Brandon ............................ 51, 123
McDermott, Christine M. ...................... 110
McDonald, Bruce ........................... 98, 100
McDonald, Shirley .................................. 35
McGovern, Chris .................................. 103
Medina, Christina .................................. 96
Medina-Núñez, Ignacio ........ 70, 76, 77, 115
Medina-Ortega, Javier ............................ 84
Mejia, Aneth......................................... 111
Melichar, Mark....................................... 13
Melo da Cunha, Flávia............................ 28
Melo, Allison ............................................ 4
Méndez-Fierros, Hugo Edgardo ......... 74, 77
Mendoza Cota, Jorge Eduardo .... 26, 31, 54,
80
Mendoza, Jesus ............................... 26, 61
Merrill, Peter ........................................ 110
Merriweather, Michita ............................ 89
Mikesell, John ...................................... 101
Miller, Monica K. ........................... 109, 110
Miller, Stephen ....................................... 36
Mills, David .......................................... 104
Minh Nguyen, Viet ................................. 41
129
Index of Participants
Mitchell, Kevin ....................................... 41
Mitchell, Savannah ...............................102
Mitchell-Nelson, Joseph ......................... 51
Mitrovich, Saundra .................................. 5
Mobers, Sahara ..................................... 68
Mogrovejo Andrade, Johanna Milena ...... 22
Monteiro, José Alexandre ....................... 30
Montiegel, Kristella ................................ 42
Montoya, T. Mark................................... 29
Moore, Ami R. ................................. 12, 118
Moore, Stephen T. .................................. 35
Moreno-Badajós, Pedro ................... 79, 116
Morin, Colleen ....................................... 43
Morin, Robert ........................................ 43
Morquecho-Güitrón, Ana Cecilia .. 39, 76, 78
Moseidjord, Asbjorn ............................... 64
Mott Glessner, Andrea ... 90, 102, 103, 104,
105
Moyo, Inocent ........................................ 21
Mumme, Steve ....................................... 18
Mungaray, Ana Barbara ......................... 85
Muñiz Martelón, Melba Elena ................. 32
Murakami, Tomo ................................... 16
Murillo-Villanueva, Brenda .................... 84
Murray, Colleen .............................. 36, 108
Murray-Watters, Alexander .................... 91
Mutari, Ellen ......................................... 49
Myers, Chanel........................................ 38
Myers, Gail ............................................ 38
Naphan, Dara .......................................108
Naples, Nancy A. .................................... 20
Nath Tiwari, Kashi ...................... 54, 56, 57
Nava Gonzalez, Marisela......................... 28
Navarrete-Sánchez, Enrique .............. 78, 80
Navarro-Smith, Alejandra ....................... 80
Neshkova, Milena ................................... 98
Nesiba, Reynold ................................ 51, 61
Newmark, Mahalia ................................... 8
Nichoson, Mark ....................................110
Niebuhr, Robert ...................... 69, 106, 107
Nielsen, Marianne ................. 3, 4, 6, 43, 44
Nieto Olivar, José Miguel ........................ 28
Niño Contreras, Lya Margarita ............... 33
Nishimura-Thornton, Deann .................... 7
Noble-Britton, Pinkey ............................. 37
Norden, Chris .......................................... 7
Nuñez, Silvia.......................................... 24
Núñez-Olivera, José Manuel ............ 84, 103
O'Donovan, Kristin................................101
O’Bryan, Mark ......................................120
Oerther, Frederick John III ..................... 59
Oestreicher, Amy ................................... 38
Ogbuli, Anthony ..................................... 15
Ogundijo, Omotayo ................................ 88
Ohara, Frank ......................................... 56
Oliver, Akabueze .............................. 92, 94
Oliveras González, Xavier ....................... 25
Oluwafemi, Ige ....................................... 65
Ortiz Esparza, Guadalupe ...................... 32
Osorio-Rubio, Eva Esperanza ................. 84
Osorio-Sánchez, Eduardo Gabriel ........... 28
Ossian, Lisa ..................................103, 104
Overholser, Amber ................................. 92
Owusu-Nantwi, Victor ............................ 61
Oyewo, Adetola .................................... 123
Pabón León, Jhon Antuny ...................... 22
Pachariz, Sabina .................................. 106
Padilla Delgado, Héctor Antonio ........ 27, 33
Pallares, Francisco J. ............................. 61
Palomino, Vanessa ........................ 111, 112
Panagia, Giancarlo ................................. 63
Pangasa, Rakesh .................................... 19
Parada, Jairo J............................ 48, 49, 66
Park, Young Joo ..................................... 98
Parker, Scott David ........................ 10, 114
Parker, Steven........................................ 63
Parra, Fernando ..................................... 33
Parra-Elizalde, Karina ............................ 85
Paschall, Stephen P. ............................... 45
Passananti, Thomas ............................... 21
Payan, Tony ........................................... 27
Payne Ossian, Lisa ............................... 102
Peach, James T. ........ 45, 50, 51, 59, 60, 61
Pearson, Tausha .................................. 112
Pederson, William B. ............... 19, 111, 112
Pedraza, Joel .......................................... 42
Peña, Sergio ..................................... 18, 30
Peñaloza-García, Linda Gabriela ............. 83
Pequeño Rodríguez, Consuelo ................. 28
Pérez, Daniel Enrique ............................. 72
Perez, Lindsay M. ...................... 36, 91, 109
Pérez-Torres, Jorge Alberto ..................... 73
Peroff, Nick .......................................... 5, 6
Peterson, Janice .................. 48, 49, 51, 123
Phillip, Ulali ............................................. 4
Pillai, Vijayan K. ..................................... 44
Plante, David ......................................... 53
Pollock, Taylor ....................................... 68
Ponce-Rojo, Antonio ....................... 79, 116
Potterf, Jebadiha E. ........................ 10, 113
Prasad, Dev ........................................... 56
Prather, Michael ..................................... 65
Pratt, Leila ............................................. 60
Priego-Alvarez, Heberto Romeo ......... 71, 72
Priego-Hernández, Óscar ........................ 73
Prieto-Quezada, Ma. Teresa .............. 72, 75
Puaschunder, Julia .. 50, 53, 55, 56, 59, 62,
64, 66, 92
Pulido, Rosario ..................................... 112
Qiao, Yuhua ......................................... 101
130
Index of Participants
Quintana, Nubia ...................................112
Rabelo-Ramirez, Jocelyne....................... 85
Ragsdale, Kimberly ................................ 89
Rahm, Dianne........................................ 97
Ramaswami, Anu ................................... 99
Ramírez Roja, Ana Luisa ........................ 56
Ramírez, Marla A. .................................. 34
Ramírez-Alfaro, Rosalío Raúl .................. 82
Ramírez-Martínez, Miguel A. .................. 73
Ramírez-Osorio, Luis Iván ...................... 84
Ramírez-Zárate, Edgar Raúl ................... 82
Ramse, Jonathan ................................... 50
Randle, Brenda ............................. 1, 41, 42
Randolph, Charles Loren ........................ 41
Ransaw, Theodore S. ................................ 1
Rehman, Sharaf ................................ 36, 59
Reichert, Jenny .....................................109
Reitano, Vincent ............................... 98, 99
Reksten, Nicholas ............................. 47, 58
Rentería-Conseción, Jennifer ............ 78, 80
Resende Simiqueli, Roberto ....... 52, 67, 109
Resendiz, Ramon ................................... 30
Resendiz, Rosalva .................................. 30
Reshetova, Natalia ................................107
Revell, Maria .......................................... 37
Reyes, Francisca .................................... 60
Reyes, Manuel .................................. 26, 61
Richardson, James T. ..................... 91, 109
Richardson, Paul ................................... 32
Richie, William ....................................... 40
Ricketts, Comfort ................................... 59
Riggs, Christopher ................................... 7
Riojas, Carlos ........................................ 84
Rivera-Escareño, Mayra Isela ................. 81
Rivera-Martínez, Sandra Lucero ............. 73
Robyn, Linda ......................................6, 44
Rocha Kadri, Michele ........................ 39, 76
Rodriguez Camargo, Ana ........................ 26
Rodríguez Gutiérrez, José Guadalupe ..... 32
Rodríguez-González, Luz Orieta .............. 85
Rodríguez-Téllez, A. Lydia ................. 39, 76
Roe, Rebecca ......................................... 15
Rojas-Bazail, Yunier .......................... 70, 77
Root, Bradley W. .................................... 68
Rosales, Jorge Abel ................................ 81
Rosales-Estrada, Elsa Mireya ............ 73, 75
Rosales-Saldaña, Jorge Abel ................... 81
Rother, Jean .......................................... 38
Rowen, Lily .............................................. 7
Ruíz de Alba, Miguel ......................... 39, 76
Ruiz-Flores, Jesús ............................ 70, 81
Rumgay, April ........................................ 24
Rush, Kyle ............................................. 41
Russell, Kristan N. ................................124
Sabharwal, Meghna .......................... 15, 16
Sachs, Stephen .................................... 4, 8
Sagala, Kemoli ....................................... 94
Salaghe, Florina ..................................... 58
Salas-Alfaro, Renato ......................... 71, 73
Salt, Shine ............................................... 7
Sammons, Thomas............................... 119
Sanchez Gonzalez, Mayra O.................... 64
Sánchez Limón, Mónica Lorena .............. 25
Sandez Perez, Agustín ............................ 19
Sandoval-Aragón, Sergio Lorenzo 78, 79, 81,
116
Sandoval-Martínez, Patricia Guadalupe .. 73
Santana-Juárez, Marcela Virginia ........... 73
Santillan, Eduardo ................................. 13
Sawaya, Mary A. .................................... 38
Sawyer, Colleen ...................................... 69
Sayer, Kyeann ...................................... 106
Schaniel, William C. ................ 90, 102, 103
Schartmueller, Doris .............................. 44
Schelly, Chelsea ............................... 63, 64
Schlegel, Joseph .................................. 107
Schley, Sara ........................................... 37
Schmaltz, Eric ..................................... 103
Schroedel, Jean ....................................... 7
Schroeder, Lisa M. ................................. 87
Schwoebel, Matthew David ....................... 5
Scott, James W. ..................................... 17
Searing, Elizabeth A. M. ......................... 98
Seltzer, Nicholas ....................... 14, 93, 117
Seppi, Peter ........................................... 60
Sered, Susan ................................. 11, 114
Serrano-Dávila, Luis Manuel .................. 74
Shaw, Stephen K. ................................... 92
Shipley, Jordan ...................................... 51
Shively, Shelby........................ 11, 114, 123
Shon, Jongmin ..................................... 101
Shrout, Marcella .................................. 109
Sierra, Marina ........................................ 22
Silva-Gutiérrez, Blanca Noemí ..... 39, 76, 79
Simonsen, Bill ........................................ 97
Simonsen, Rebecca ................................ 97
Simpson, Karen ........................ 14, 93, 117
Sims, Kaitlyn ................................. 51, 123
Singletary, Loretta ..................... 14, 93, 117
Sisto, Walter N. ............................. 106, 107
Smith, Earlene ..................................... 122
Smith, Jeffrey ........................................ 69
Smith, Zachary ...................................... 63
Sochiva, Tatyana .................................. 106
Sohn, Christophe ................................... 33
Son, Young-Bin ...................................... 92
Song, Shunfeng ...................................... 61
Sosa-Hernández, Georgina ..................... 77
Sotomayor-Martinez, Víctor .................... 83
South, Charisse ................................... 121
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Index of Participants
Souza Luz, Manuel Ramon .......... 51, 52, 67
Spanberger, Christian ............................ 52
Springer, Victoria A. ...................... 109, 110
Staudt, Kathleen ............................... 20, 24
Steenstra, Alex ....................................... 19
Steinmann, Heather ................ 90, 102, 103
Stewart, Sharon ....................................102
Stoklosa, Katarzyna ............................... 18
Strenio, Jacqueline ......................... 46, 121
Stroup, Jeffery .................................. 61, 62
Su, Min ................................................101
Suarez-Lugo, Nery ................................. 71
Summers, Alicia....................................112
Sun, Hao ............................................... 98
Sun, Hongqiang ....................................103
Susanne Martin ....................................109
Swanson, David A. ................................. 36
Swayamprakash, Ramya ........................ 32
Szytniewski, Bianca ............................... 29
Tahir Hashmi, Ayesha ................. 16, 53, 56
Taleb, Baligh Ben ..................................... 8
Talk, Athena ............................................ 4
Talley, Jared L. ...................................... 64
Tan, Kim B. ........................................... 55
Tapia-Alvarez, Edson de Jesús .......... 39, 76
Tarrazo, Manuel J. ................................. 55
Tashev, Azamat......................... 14, 93, 117
Taylor, Lawrence D. .......................... 29, 35
Taylor, Melanie ...................................... 44
Temitope, Eberein .................................. 65
Temitope, Olaniran ................................ 94
Thauer, Christian R. .............................. 63
Thede, Nicole ......................................... 39
Thomas, John ........................................ 34
Thomas, Kathy ........................................ 1
Thomas, Stephen ................................... 15
Thompson, Kevin ................................... 43
Thoms, William E. .................................119
Throgmorton, David ........................ 10, 114
Tichavsky, Lisa ...................................4, 43
Tille, David ............................................ 60
Timoshenkov-Ramírez, Miguel ................ 81
Todorova, Zdravka ............................ 49, 50
Tong, Kangkang ..................................... 99
Torres Raines, Rosario ........................... 26
Torres-Santiago, Guadalupe José .... 79, 116
Trejo Sánchez, Mariana .......................... 92
Treviño-Carrillo, Ana Helena .................. 75
Trinidad Torres-Vera, María ............ 72, 122
Tripathi, Dhananjay ............................... 32
Trujillo, Octaviana ............................... 3, 7
Trujillo-Pérez, Joel .......................... 76, 115
Tsubota, Kenmei .................................... 29
Underwood, Daniel A. ........... 47, 48, 50, 58
Urbina Barrera, Flor .............................. 25
Urbina Cárdenas, Jesús Ernesto ............ 28
Uribe, Ana ................................ 71, 72, 113
Uribe-Velazco, Araceli ............................ 85
Urie, Margaret .......................................... 3
Uwem, Samuel Umoh .......... 44, 92, 94, 123
Valdéz-Toscano, Alejandro ...................... 76
Valencia-Aréchiga, Adriana Lizeth .......... 81
Valero Berrospe, Roberto ........................ 41
Van Den Berg, Hendrik .......................... 45
van der Velde, Martin .................. 17, 29, 34
VanCamp, Aloha .................................. 112
Vannini, Sara ......................................... 21
Varkey, Sapna ..................................... 100
Varma, Roli ............................................ 16
Venegas Sahagun, Beatriz Adriana ......... 64
Verco, Moana ................................4, 43, 91
Verdugo, Richard ................................... 36
Verea, Monica ........................................ 19
Vergara-González, Reyna ........................ 85
Vezich, Stephanie ................................. 110
Viacava-Breiding, Fernando Pedro .... 70, 80
Vicente-Flores, Raúl ............................... 76
Villagrán-García, Maricruz ............... 74, 75
Villalobos, J. Guillermo .......................... 36
Villareal Ballesteros, Anna Cecilia........... 33
Villarreal Catanach, Samuel ..................... 6
Villasenor, Guadalupe ............................ 41
Virkkunen, Joni ..................................... 18
Vives-Urbina, José Tomas ...................... 73
Voeltz, Richard A.............................. 68, 69
von Glascoe, Christine......... 71, 72, 73, 122
Wagner, Richard .................................... 52
Walker, Brittany ..................................... 89
Waller, William ................................. 49, 50
Walters, Andrea R. ......................... 91, 103
Wang, Jing ........................................... 124
Warnecke, Tonia L. .. 45, 46, 49, 51, 52, 61,
66, 67, 121
Warner, Jacque .................................... 111
Watkins, John P. ................... 45, 48, 51, 61
Watt, Peggy ...................................... 88, 89
Weaselboy, Marissa .................................. 5
Webb, James L. ...................................... 50
Weigel, Daniel ...................................... 109
Weir, Paul .............................................. 59
Wheelock, Rick .................................... 6, 7
Whisler, Ruth ....................................... 112
Whitcraft, Haley Ann ..................... 112, 124
White, Ohenewaa ................................. 111
Widdis, Randy William ........................... 23
Wilcox Long, Colleen T. .......................... 94
Willers, Susanne Maria .................. 72, 122
Williams, Daniel ..................................... 97
Wilson, Debra R. .................................... 37
Wilson, Neal J. ....................................... 49
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Index of Participants
Wilson, Tiffany ....................................... 21
Wisman, Jon D. ..................................... 45
Wood, Audie Daniel ......................... 11, 117
Wood, Emily F. .....................................110
Worthen, Patricia ..................................111
Xie, Linxin ...................................... 12, 118
Ximena de la Cruz Abrín, Claudia .......... 86
Xing, Lin ...............................................122
Xu, Pei..................................................104
Yanow, Mireille .....................................124
Yasar, Yavuz ..................................... 49, 66
Yates, Donald L. .................................... 44
Yellowhair, Jonathan ............................... 7
Yijiang Huang, Vincent ..................... 47, 58
Yost, Meghan ......................................... 91
You, Myoungsoon ................................... 89
Ystebo, Derek ......................................... 69
Zajac, Niemann ...................................... 23
Zamudio, Andres .............................. 75, 77
Zárate-Sevilla, Luz Elva ............... 82, 83, 85
Zdanowicz, Katrina .......................... 47, 58
Zeng, Lily ............................................... 87
Zermeno Flores, Ana Isabel .................... 42
Zhang, Hui ............................................. 87
Zhang, Zhiwei ........................................ 97
Zhang-Moran, Liang Yu .......................... 15
Zhen, Ying ............................................. 59
Zhirong Zhao, Jerry ............................... 99
Zorko, Marta .......................................... 18
Zorrilla Briones, Francisco ..................... 56
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Graduate Studies in Sociology at
Colorado State University
The graduate program in sociology at Colorado State University focuses on social
change. Our faculty members and graduate students carry out theoretical,
applied and policy research nationally and internationally on the causes and
consequences of social change for individuals, communities, and nations of the
world. Key areas of strength are:
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Environment and Natural Resources
Food, Agriculture, and Development
Crime, Law, and Deviance
Social Inequality, Social Justice, and Governance
Faculty:
Kenneth Berry (PhD, University of Oregon)
Jack Brouillette (PhD, Ohio State University)
Michael Carolan (PhD,Iowa State University)
Jennifer E. Cross (PhD, University of California-Davis)
Peter Hall (PhD, University of Minnesota)
Lynn Hempel (PhD, Duke University)
Michael Hogan (PhD, Florida State University)
Michael Lacy (PhD, University of Kansas)
Stephanie Malin (PhD, Utah State University )
KuoRay Mao (PhD, University of Kansas)
Douglas Murray (PhD, University of California-Santa Cruz)
Tara O'Connor Shelley (PhD, Florida State University )
Tara Opsal (PhD, University of Colorado )
Lori Peek (PhD, University of Colorado)
Laura Raynolds (PhD, Cornell University)
Joshua Sbicca (PhD, University of Florida)
Lou Swanson (PhD, Pennsylvania State University )
Pete Taylor (PhD, Cornell University )
Prabha Unnithan (PhD, University of Nebraska)
For Prospective Graduate Students:
The department offers the M.A. and Ph.D. degrees in sociology. The due date
for Fall 2015 graduate applications will be January 15, 2015. More
information is available at http://sociology.colostate.edu/graduatestudies/overview/, and interested potential applicants may contact us at
[email protected]
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Graduate Studies in Public Policy and
Administration from Boise State
University
The Department of Public Policy and Administration is engaged in graduate level
education in public policy and administration and a range of research and
training activities. It offers a NASPAA-accredited MPA degree, a PhD in Public
Policy and Administration and a Graduate Certificate in Nonprofit
Administration. The PhD will prepare students for a variety of career choices
including administration in public and nonprofit organizations; policy research
in natural resource, environmental and other areas of public policy in
government, nonprofits, advocacy groups, consulting organizations and
academic teaching/research positions.
Areas of Emphases are:
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Environmental, Energy and Natural Resource Administration
State and Local Government Policy and Administration
Faculty:
Les Alm (Colorado State)
Elizabeth Fredericksen (Washington State)
John Freemuth (Colorado State)
Greg Hill, Chair (Texas A&M)
Monica Hubbard (Oregon State)
Sanghee Park (Seoul National University)
Jen Schneider (Claremont Graduate College)
Stephanie Witt (Washington State)
For Prospective Graduate Students:
The department offers the MPA and PhD degrees. The due date for Spring
2017 graduate applications will be October 1, 2016 (MPA) and February 1,
2016 (PhD & MPA). More information is available at
http://sps.boisestate.edu/publicpolicy/ or you can email at
[email protected]
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The Department of Sociology offers a Masters Program designed to train scholars,
researchers, and teachers for employment in human services, government agencies,
corporations, higher education, and social research positions. Two program tracks (Thesis and
Non-Thesis) offer the student maximum flexibility in pursuing academic and career goals.
Graduate Certificates
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Certificate
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Advanced Research Methods
Sociology of Diversity
Teaching Sociology
Disability Studies (Interdisciplinary)
Faculty
Heather Albanesi (Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley)
Michèle Companion (Ph.D., University of Arizona)
Lynda Dickson (Ph.D., University of Colorado, Boulder)
Richard Dukes (Ph.D., University of Southern California)
Abby Ferber (Ph.D., University of Oregon)
Jeffrey Montez de Oca (Ph.D., University of Southern California)
Edwardo Portillos (Ph.D., Arizona State University)
Hilary Smith (Ph.D., Arizona State University)
Kee Warner (Ph.D., University of California, Santa Barbara)
For Further Information:
See our website: www.uccs.edu/~soc
Or, contact Dr. Edwardo Portillos, Graduate Director
[email protected]
(719)255-4143
Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education
The University of Colorado Colorado Springs MA program in Sociology is a member of
the Western Interstate Commission for Higher Education (WICHE). As a benefit,
residents of WICHE’s 16 states and territories can attend UCCS’s graduate program
paying reduced tuition. For a list of member states, see http://www.wiche.edu/states
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