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2018 AACS Preliminary Conference Program
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LocationSession TitlePresentationsPresentersStudent Project Competition
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Wednesday
10/10/20186pmGrain, Rooftop Beer Garden (conference hotel, 5th floor)Informal Gathering for Early ArrivalsMeet at Grain, Rooftop Beer Garden, conference hotel, 5th FloorInformal Gathering for Early Arrivals/ No agenda, just show up
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Thursday 10/11/2018Noon5:00 PMRegistration - 3rd FloorAACS Conference Registration and Check-inRegistration Desk located on the 3rd floor will be open noon-5:00pm
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Thursday10/11/20188:00 AM5:00 PMCollaboration - 3rd FloorStudent Collaborative Work SpaceOpen exclusively for student's networking and work needs
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Thursday10/11/20178am12pm1Main Salon AExecutive Board MeetingExecutive Board Meeting
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Thursday10/11/20188:30 AM12:00 PM2FusionPre-conference Workshop: Alpha Kappa Delta Teaching and Learning WorkshopAlpha Kappa Delta Teaching and Learning WorkshopMichele Lee Kozimor-King kozimor-kim@etown.edu Jeffrey Chin chin@lemoyne.edu
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Thursday10/11/20171pm5pm3Momentum 1Pre-conference Workshop: Grantsmanship for Qualitative and Mixed Methods ProposalsGrantsmanship for Qualitative and Mixed Methods ProposalsKaren Albright karen.albright@du.edu
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Thursday10/11/20171pm5pm4Momentum 2Pre-conference Workshop: Diversity and Organizational AdvantageDiversity and Organizational AdvantageJeff Toussaint jtoussaint@vwu.edu Takeyra Collins tcollins@vwu.edu
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Thursday10/11/20171pm5pm5Momentum 3Pre-conference Workshop: Social EntreprenuershipSocial EntreprenuershipJonathan White jmwhite@bentley.edu
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Thursday10/11/20171pm5pm6AdrenalinePre-conference Workshop: Accreditation Review and Site Team Training
Accreditation Review Committee (ARC) and Site Visit Team (SVT) Training WorkshopMichael Fleischer mikefleischer@cs.com
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Thursday10/11/20171pm5pm7FusionPre-conference Workshop: Ethnography and Experience DesignEthnography and Experience DesignGary David GDAVID@bentley.edu
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Thursday10/11/20173pm5pm8Fraim CenterClient Problem Solving Competition IClient Problem Competition IntroductionCurtis Smith csmith@bentley.edu
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Thursday10/11/20175pm7:00 PM9
Main Ballroom Foyer
Welcome Reception/ Poster Session/Silent AuctionWelcome Reception/ Poster SessionPoster Session Presenters will be listed separately on the Poster Session Roster
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Friday10/12/20188am9am10Main Salon DSunrise Plenary 1"NATO: An Alliance That Binds Values"Butch Bracknell, Assistant Legal Advisor, NATO Allied Command Transformation, Norfolk, VA
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Friday10/12/20188:005:00 PMRegistration - 3rd FloorAACS Conference Registration and Check-inRegistration Desk located on the 3rd floor will be open 8:00-5:00pm
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Friday10/12/20188:00 AM5:00 PMCollaboration - 3rd FloorStudent Collaborative Work SpaceOpen exclusively for student's networking and work needs
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Friday10/12/20189:1510:30 AM11Momentum 1Teaching and Pedagogy
How to Write S.M.A.R.TAsha Layne asha.layne@morgan.edu
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11Teaching and PedagogyGetting to Y.E.S (You Experiencing Sociology).: A Portfolio Tool for Introducing Sociological Applications in Introduction to Sociology CoursesStella Hargett Stella.Hargett@Morgan.edu
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11Teaching and PedagogyThe Escape Room Challenge as a Classroom ExerciseJeffrey Toussaint jtoussaint@vwu.edu Kathy Stolley kstolley@vwu.edu
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11Teaching and PedagogyIntervention in the Classroom: Queering the CurriculumMelodye G. Lehnerer melodye.lehnerer@csn.edu
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Friday10/12/20189:15am
10:30am
12Momentum 2How New Graduates Can Market Sociology as a Skill Set.Translating Sociological Knowledge into Sell-able Job SkillsRobert E Kettlitz rkettlitz@hastings.edu
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12How New Graduates Can Market Sociology as a Skill Set.Getting a Job with Sociology by Taking SALT - Skills, Articulation, Language and TrendsStephen F. Steele sf.steele@comcast.net
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12How New Graduates Can Market Sociology as a Skill Set.Jobs: Finding Your WayAugie Diana dianaa@mail.nih.gov
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Friday10/12/20189:15am
10:30am
13Momentum 3Qualitative Research Methods In Practice: Case Studies in Research
Methods Used to Explore, Identify, and Evaluate Social Phenomena
The Unknowing Observer: Challenges in Doing Observation StudiesJohanna Bishop johanna.p.bishop@wilmu.edu
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13Qualitative Research Methods In Practice: Case Studies in Research
Methods Used to Explore, Identify, and Evaluate Social Phenomena
From Collection to Coding: A Discussion on How to Use Thematic Coding Across Multiple Data Sources to Explore Organizational IdentityAnthony Buffone anthony.l.buffone@wilmu.edu
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13Qualitative Research Methods In Practice: Case Studies in Research
Methods Used to Explore, Identify, and Evaluate Social Phenomena
Many Fields, Many Methods: Using Qualitative Methodology to Study Social Movements, Students, and Natural DisastersLindy Hern lshern@hawaii.edu
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13Qualitative Research Methods In Practice: Case Studies in Research
Methods Used to Explore, Identify, and Evaluate Social Phenomena
Aggressive AdvocatesCurtis Smith csmith@bentley.edu
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Friday10/12/20189:15am
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14Main Salon AWorkshop: Pedagogy of Violence in the World of Children
Workshop: Pedagogy of Violence in the World of Children
Lou Lombardo llombard@odu.edu
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Friday10/12/20189:15am
10:30am
15Main Salon BWorkshop: Addressing Sexual and Dating ViolenceWorkshop: In Solidarity!: How to Engage in Inclusive Community-Based Participatory Research to Address Sexual & Dating ViolenceAlison Marganski marganaj@lemoyne.edu Ethan Levine ethan.levine@centerffs.org
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Friday10/12/20189:15am
10:30am
16Main Salon CWorkshop: Vicarious TraumaWorkshop: Qualitative Research and Vicarious Trauma: Potential Hazards AheadDana C Branson dbranson@semo.edu Monica Bixby Radu mradu@semo.edu
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Friday10/12/20189:15am
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17Fraim CenterMedical Summit Panel #1: Utilizing Social Scientific Insight to Health Care Intervention DesignDesigning Mobile Mental Health Technology through Socially-Embedded DesignGary David GDAVID@bentley.edu John Torous
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17Medical Summit Panel #1: Utilizing Social Scientific Insight to Health Care Intervention DesignSocial Science as a Pathway to Patient-Centeredness: Intervening for Effective Health Care SolutionsKaren Albright Karen.Albright@du.edu
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Friday10/12/2018
10:45am
12pm18Momentum 1Classroom StrategiesArtistically Applying Sociology to Teach Social MovementsJ.E. Sumerau jsumerau@ut.edu Alexandra C.H. Nowakowski xnowakowski@fsu.edu
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18Classroom StrategiesCollaborative Learning, Augmentation in Socio-Intellectual Status, Action Transformation and Sustainable Educational ModelMuhammad M. Haque mhaque@mcneese.edu
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18Classroom StrategiesThe Promise and Peril of Using Bring Your Own Device (BYOD) Programs to Engage Digital NativesLinda M. Waldron lwaldron@cnu.edu
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Friday10/12/2018
10:45am
12pm19Momentum 2Policing and Police InteractionsExamining the DUI Experience with Reddit: A Qualitative Content AnalysisAndrew Tatch ajt277@msstate.edu
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19Policing and Police InteractionsThe Path to Positive Police-citizen Interactions: Law Enforcement as First Social RespondersXinyi Situ xxs161@case.edu
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19Policing and Police InteractionsVolunteer Policing: Psychosocial ConcernsBenjamin Dobrin bdobrin@vwu.edu April Christman achristman@vwu.edu Adam Dobrin adobrin@fau.edu
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Friday10/12/2018
10:45am
12pm20Momentum 3Sexual Offenses, Treatment, and Traumas
She Didn't Say No: Deconstructing "Realities" of Sexual Offenders with SociotherapyJames D. Frazier jdrfrazier@gmail.com
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20Sexual Offenses, Treatment, and TraumasCanadian Armed Forces Strategic Response Team on Sexual Misconduct: Performance Measurement FrameworkSamantha Urban samantha.urban@forces.gc.ca
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Friday10/12/2018
10:45am
12pm21Main Salon AStudent Paper CompetitionIntroduction to the Project Yolanda Meade Byrd byrdyo@wssu.edu
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21Student Paper CompetitionUse of Kirst-Ashman and Hull’s IMAGINE and PREPARE Models to Promote Student Advocacy at HBCU’sSage Torrez storrez116@rams.wssu.eduYES
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21Student Paper CompetitionUse of Kirst-Ashman and Hull’s IMAGINE and PREPARE Models to Promote Student Advocacy at HBCU’sMadario Lampkins mlampkins115@rams.wssu.eduYES
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21Student Paper CompetitionUse of Kirst-Ashman and Hull’s IMAGINE and PREPARE Models to Promote Student Advocacy at HBCU’sTekeyah Murrain, tmurrain115@rams.wssu.eduYES
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Friday10/12/2018
10:45am
12pm22Main Salon BMedia, University Governance, and Free Speech Anatomy of an Online Attack: The Ken Storey CaseBruce K. Friesen bfriesen@ut.edu Ken Storey Mary Macharia mmacharia@walton.uark.edu Jessica Rose Hooker jessicarosehooker@gmail.com
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Friday10/12/2018
10:45am
12pm23Main Salon COrganizational Structure and BehaviorCreating Actionable Insights for Business ExecutivesAshley Lumpkin alumpkin@jtcc.edu
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23Organizational Structure and Behavior Qualitative Methodology for the Study of Organizational Behavior in the Era of "Big Data": Email Archives as Models of the Negotiated OrderWilliam H Burr wburr@luc.edu
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23Organizational Structure and Behavior Serving as a Board Chair for a Domestic Violence and Sexual Assault Nonprofit: Reflections as an Applied SociologistNewman Wong
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Friday10/12/2018
10:45am
12pm24Fraim CenterMedical Summit Panel #2: Obtaining External Funding for Health Research: Best Practices in GrantsmanshipDialogue: Obtaining External Funding for Health Research: Best Practices in GrantsmanshipKaren Albright Karen.Albright@du.edu Augie Diana dianaa@mail.nih.gov
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Friday10/12/2018
12:05pm
2pm25Main Salon DPresidential Address and Awards Luncheon"What’s Step 2?: Crafting the Value Proposition of Sociology"
Gary David, AACS President GDAVID@bentley.edu
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Friday10/12/20182:15pm3:30pm26Momentum 1Internships, Accreditation Models, and HIgher EducationStudent Internship in Applied/Clinical Sociology: Lessons & RecommendationsEileen O'Brien eileen.obrien@saintleo.edu Latoya Henderson latoya.henderson@email.saintleo.edu Janis Prince janis.prince@saintleo.edu
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26Internships, Accreditation Models, and HIgher EducationTranslating the Complexity of Multiple Requirements from Four Educational Leadership Accrediting Agencies To Produce Actionable and Successful OutcomesJohn Hanes jhanes@regent.edu Glenn Koonce glenkoo@regent.edu
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26Internships, Accreditation Models, and HIgher EducationChanges and Trends in Higher Education: How Applied Sociologists Can RespondSuzanne Stoelting sstoelting@lindenwood.edu Scott Miller SRM399@lindenwood.edu
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Friday10/12/20182:15pm3:30pm27Momentum 2Community Empowerment and CollaborationAcademic-Community Collaborations for Social Innovation Research: Learnings from the “Community Ideas Factory”Michael McNamara michael.mcnamara@sheridancollege.ca Sara Cumming sara.cumming@sheridancollege.ca
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27Community Empowerment and CollaborationResearch as a Component of Regional Coalition BuildingMelissa Fry frym@iu.edu
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Friday10/12/20182:15pm3:30pm28Momentum 3Panel: Navigating Academic Careers Is PAT your friend? The Value (of Lack of Value) of Applied and Clinical Sociology in Promotion and TenureGina Finelli gfinelli@verizon.net Miriam Boeri mboeri@bentley.edu Michele Companion mcompani@uccs.edu
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Friday10/12/20182:15pm3:30pm29Main Salon AStudent Paper CompetitionThe Sociocultural Impact of the Spanish 1977 Amnesty Law: A Generational Perspective
Silvia Memendez silvia.menendezalcalde@emu.edu
YES
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29Student Paper CompetitionUnderstanding Social Inequalities in the United States: An Essay on the Continuing Significance of “Class”Lipon Mondal liponkm@vt.eduYES
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29Student Paper CompetitionNot in My Backyard: Attitudes Towards Renting and Renters in Fredericksburg CityAlexy Maratellos amaratel@umw.eduYES
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29Student Paper CompetitionGet Your Kids Ready for School! A Focus Group Study on Evaluating School Readiness Tool Kits Yingling Liu yingling_liu1@baylor.edu Daniel Allen
daniel_allen1@baylor.edu Kimberly Trevino
kimberly_trevino1@baylor.edu Kayla Kemp Kayla_Kemp@baylor.edu Carolyn Robbins Carolyn_Robbins@baylor.edu
YES
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Friday10/12/20182:15pm3:30pm30Main Salon BWorkshop: Social Media and LinkedIn Workshop: Social Media and LinkedIn, Presented by SCORE Hampton RoadsRod Watson rod.watson@scorevolunteer.org
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Friday10/12/20182:15pm3:30pm31Main Salon CWorkshop: Financial EmpowermentA Much Closer Look - Enhancing Savings Outcomes in Financial Counseling ProgramsNicky Grist ngrist@cfefund.org
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Friday10/12/20182:15pm3:30pm32Fraim CenterMedical Summit Panel #3: Case Studies: Practicalities and Ethics in Care-givingOpening a Hospice: A Case StudyTerry Jenkins ljenkins37@gmail.com
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Fraim CenterMedical Summit Panel #3: Case Studies: Practicalities and Ethics in Care-givingThe Interscetion of Social Science Application and BioethicsTanya Arney tanya.arney@yahoo.com Lawrence Hultgren lhultgren@vwu.edu
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Friday10/12/20183:45pm5pm33Momentum 1DIscussion: Teaching Theory and Doing SociologyPublic Sociology, In TheoryBeth Lyman elyman@radford.edu
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Friday10/12/20183:45pm5pm34Momentum 2Certification Committee MeetingAny member holding a C.C.S.or C.S.P. interested in serving on the certification committee is welcome to attend.Melodye Lehnerer melodye.lehnerer@csn.edu
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Friday10/12/20183:45pm5pm35Momentum 3JASS Editorial BoardJASS Editorial BoardJames Lee, Tina Uys, Miriam Boeri, John Glass, Gina Castillo
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Friday10/12/20183:45pm5pm36Main Salon AGun Violence and Juvenile JusticeUnderstanding Gun Violence via Applied Sociology J.E. Sumerau jsumerau@ut.edu Nik Lampe n.lampe@knights.ucf.edu
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36Gun Violence and Juvenile JusticePutting Theory into Practice: Photography for At-risk Youth Allison Chappell achappel@odu.edu Jennifer Fish jfish@odu.edu Mark Wood Mark.Wood@djj.virginia.gov
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Friday10/12/20183:45pm5pm37Main Salon BWorkshop: FuturingWorkshop: Adding Futuring and Foresight Tools to Your Applied Sociological Tool BoxStephen F. Steele sf.steele@comcast.net
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Friday10/12/20183:45pm5pm38Main Salon CHuman ServicesCare, Constraint, and Collaboration: Situating Gender and Power among Multidisciplinary Human Services OrganizationsChrista J. Moore cjm4vx@uvawise.edu
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38Human ServicesAn Audit of School Social Work Services: A Mechanism for Practice Model DevelopmentM. Annette Clayton mclayton@vwu.edu
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38Human Services"It's A No Care Zone": Medicare Home Health's Failure to Address the Social Determinants of HealthWilliam Cabin wcabin@umich.edu
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38Human ServicesWhat Can Religion Do to Help Curb Suicide Rates Among Homosexual Youth?Robert Fernquist fernquist@ucmo.edu
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Friday10/12/20183:45pm5pm39Fraim CenterMedical Summit Panel #4: New Directions in Healthcare Research and PracticeVRE Group (via VIdeoconference)Jessica Mesman j.mesman@maastrichtuniversity.nl
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39Medical Summit Panel #4: New Directions in Healthcare Research and Practice"No Hit Zones" and Preventing Violence Against Children (Working Title)Lou Lombardo llombard@odu.edu Melynda Ciccotti director@championsforchildrenhr.org John Harrington
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Friday10/12/20185:00 PM6:00 PM40Off-site: Prince Books 109 E. Main St. Across the street from the hotel main entranceStudent "Meet the AACS Board" MixerInformal networking opportunity for students to meet members of the AACS Board; open to ALL studentsStudent Hosts: Fanni Farago, Grad Student Rep, and Grace Yalung, Undergrad Student Rep and Host-City Lead
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Saturday10/13/20188am9am41Main Salon DSunrise Plenary 2"Social Science Meets Climate Science""Skip Stiles, Executive Director of Wetlands Watch skip.stiles@wetlandswatch.org
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Saturday10/13/20188:005:00 PMRegistration - 3rd FloorAACS Conference Registration and Check-inRegistration Desk located on the 3rd floor will be open 8:00-5:00pm
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Saturday10/13/20188:00 AM5:00 PMCollaboration - 3rd FloorStudent Collaborative Work SpaceOpen exclusively for student's networking and work needs
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Saturday10/13/20189:15am
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42Momentum 1Health Research and InterventionsThe Socio-cultural Impact of Ebola Virus Disease in Nigeria: A Case Study of Owerri, Imo StateChika Kingsley Ibecheozor chikaibecheozor@yahoo.com
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42Health Research and InterventionsLost in Translation: Medicare Home Health's Failure to Use Evidence-based InterventionsWilliam D. Cabin wcabin@umich.edu
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42Health Research and InterventionsQualitative Research in Clinical Sociology in Neoliberal TimesAshok Kumbamu kumbamu.ashok@mayo.edu
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Saturday10/13/20189:15am
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43Momentum 2Discussion: Applied Sociologist as Expert Witness and Policy AdvocateApplied Sociologist as Expert Witness and Policy AdvocateRoss Koppel rkoppel@sas.upenn.edu
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Saturday10/13/20189:15am
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44Momentum 3Panel: Applied Sociologists: Who Are They? How Did They Get There?Panel: An informative panel discussion with applied sociologists working in varied professional settings.Marilyn Dyck marilyn@thedoorway.ca Augie Diana augusto.diana@nih.gov Melissa Fry frym@ius.edu Jill Rosenbaum jrosebaum@fullerton.edu Scott Chesebro scottc@chicagocenter.org Fanni Farago ffarago12@gmail.com
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Saturday10/13/20189:15am
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45Main Salon AReflections on Race and DiversityA Microscopic Examination on the Narration of Whiteness in America by Those Who Identify as WhiteElexus Buckner ebuckner@gmu.edu
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45Reflections on Race and DiversityDefining 'Diversity:' Exploring the Language College Students Use to Make Sense of Inequality, Diversity, & Inclusion in Higher EducationDanielle Docka-Filipek danielle.dockafilipek@cnu.edu Elizabeth Chung elizabeth.chung.15@cnu.edu Taylor McDonald taylor.mcdonald.15@cnu.edu
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45Reflections on Race and DiversityThe Strength of the Black Panther: Black Representation, Celebration, and Liberation through TwitterMi'Chael Wright michael.wright@bison.howard.edu
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Saturday10/13/20189:15am
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46Main Salon BRelationship and Gendered ViolenceSpotlight on Sexual Harms: Navigating Subaltern Logics of Risk and ResilienceCarolyn Stauffer carolyn.stauffer@emu.edu
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46Relationship and Gendered ViolenceTechnological Resources for Domestic Violence Outreach: An Interactive Mapping Application ApproachRachel M. Durso rdurso2@washcoll.edu Erica McMaster emcmaster2@washcoll.edu Allie Gorman agorman2@washcoll.edu
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46Relationship and Gendered ViolenceGender -Based Violence Amongst Girls' in Nigeria: Socio -Psychological Analysis of Rape Amongst Female Street Hawkers in NigeriaChioma Joseph-Obi chiomaobi@rocketmail.com
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46Relationship and Gendered ViolenceJuvenile Domestic Violence Offenders in the US: Status, Practice and AlternativesXinyi Situ xxs161@case.edu
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Saturday10/13/20189:15am
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47Main Salon CPolicy and "PLAN"ingFeels Like Starting Over: Administrative Turnover and Policy Planning in Research on a State University SystemMeredith Redlin meredith.redlin@sdstate.edu Susan Kroger Susan.Kroger@SanfordHealth.org Mary Emery mary.emery@sdstate.edu Joyce Eduful, joyce.eduful@sdstate.edu Elizabeth Tolman, elizabeth.tolman@sdstate.edu
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47Policy and "PLAN"ingFaculty Annual Reviews: A Structural Feminist Analysis of Comments and Feedback About Teaching and AdvisingSusan Kroger Susan.Kroger@SanfordHealth.org Elizabeth Tolman, elizabeth.tolman@sdstate.edu Meredith Redlin meredith.redlin@sdstate.edu
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47Policy and "PLAN"ingCampus Climate and Policy Prioritization in a State SystemMeredith Redlin meredith.redlin@sdstate.edu Mary Emery mary.emery@sdstate.edu Joyce Eduful, joyce.eduful@sdstate.edu
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Saturday10/13/20189:15am
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48Fraim CenterSecond Annual Jay Weinstein Session on the Use of Theory in Applied and Clinical SociologyThis panel will demonstrate examples of the seminal connection between theory and practice.Stephen F. Steele sf.steele@comcast.net Johanna P. Bishop Johanna.p.bishop@wilmu.edu, Gary David gdavid@bentley.edu Lubomir Savov Popov lspopov@bgsu.edu Kathy S. Stolley kstolley@vwu.edu Takeyra Collins tcollins@vwu.edu Robin Takacs rtakacs@vwu.edu
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Saturday10/13/2018
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12pm49Momentum 1Child Health OutcomesThinking Inside the Box – An Overview of Public Health Policy Initiatives Aimed at Preventing Infant FatalitiesIan Danielsen danielsenim@longwood.edu JoEllen Pederson pedersonjg@longwood.edu
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49Child Health OutcomesExploring children’s perspectives on health, well-being, and nutrition: How qualitative sociology can add value to a pediatrics departmentAnne Scheer ascheer65@siumed.edu Jill Leonard jleonard2@siumed.edu
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49Child Health OutcomesNurturing Resilience Within a Family Diabetes CampTakeyra Collins tcollins@vwu.edu
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