DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITIES SUMMARY

JULY 1, 2004 TO JUNE 30, 2004

 

I. Publications, Performances, Exhibits

II. Papers and Presentations

III. Editorships, Offices and Consultancies

IV. External Grants Received

 

I. PUBLICATIONS, PERFORMANCES, EXHIBITS

 

Ciabattari, Teresa

 

                        2004. “Cohabitation and Housework: The Effects of Marital Intentions.:

                        Journal of Marriage and Family 66: 118-125.

 

Greene, Dana M.

 

                        2003. Teaching Social Deviance (syllabus contribution) in Michael

                        Maume, ed., Teaching Materials for Social Deviance. Washington DC: ASA

 

Harris, Catherine T.

 

                        2004. “A Quick Look at Grassroots Sociology: (with Michael Wise,

                        Appalachian State University) Footnotes (February, 2-4) 32:8-9.

 

Hattery, Angela J.

 

                        2004. Gendrich, CM and Angela J. Hattery.    “Borderless Academe:

‘Families in Crisis’ and A Lie of the Mind”.  Theatre Topics.  14(1):293-315.

 

2003.  Sleeping in the Box, Thinking Outside the Box:  Student

reflections on innovative pedagogical tools for teaching about and

promoting a greater understanding of social class inequality among

undergraduates.”  Teaching Sociology 31(4):412-427.

 

Longino, Charles F.

 

                        2003. Longino, C.F., Jr. and D. E. Bradley. “Brief Report: A First Look

                        at Retirement Migration Trends in 2000.” The Gerontologist 43(6): 904-907.

 

                        2003. Longino, C.F., Jr. and M. Fagan.  “Retirement Migration.”

                        Encyclopedia of Retirement and Finance, Volume 2:654-657.

 

                        2003. “Demographic and Resettlement Impacts on Rural Services.”  

                        In H., G. and B.(eds), “Best Practices in Service Delivery to the Rural

                        Elderly.” West Virginia University Center on Aging, 23-31.

 

                        2004.  “Socio-physical Environments at the Macro Level: The Impact of

                        Population Migration.” In Hans-Werner Wahl, Rick Scheidt and Paul

                        Windley, Annual Review of Gerontology and Geriatrics, Volume 23:

                        121-140.

 

                        2004.  Longino, C.F., Jr. and Sara A. Quandt.   Sociodemographic

                        Aspects of Aging.” In Joel Sadavoy, Lissy Jarvik, George Grossbert and

                        Barnett Meyers, Eds. Comprehensive Textbook of Geriatric      Psychiatry,

                        3rd ed.,  147-158.

 

Soares, Joseph A.

 

                        2003. Tuition Rising, review in American Journal of Sociology.

 

Taplin, Ian M.

 

                        2003. “The politics of industrial restructuring: NAFTA and beyond”,

                        in Journal of Fashion Marketing and Management, 7/2:111-118.

 

 

II.  PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS

 

Breckenridge, Saylor R.

 

            Accepted for presentation: “Regulatory Dynamics and Industry Demographics: Organizational Vitality in US Comic Book Publishers, 1933-2002.”  American Sociological Association Meetings, August 2004.  With Matthew D. Wilson, Wake Forest University Undergraduate Sociology Major.

 

“The Effect of Policy on the Wine Industry in North Carolina: A Community Ecology.”  American Sociological Association Meetings, August 2003.

 

Ciabattari, Teresa

 

            Paper entitled, “Work/Family Balance among Unmarried New Mothers”

            Presented at the Pacific Sociological Association Annual Meeting, San Francisco,

            CA, April 2004.

 

Greene, Dana M.

 

            Session Organizer, Discussant, and Presenter for Panel on Social Stratification in

the American South for the Pacific Sociological Association Annual Meeting in

San Francisco, CA in April, 2004. 

 

“The Holocaust as Recurring Reality: Implications of Victimization Themes in

Jewish American Short Stories on Jewish American Ethnic Identity Formation in

the South.”  Paper presented at the Pacific Sociological Association Annual

Meeting in San Francisco, CA in April, 2004.

 

“The Holocaust as Recurring Reality: Implications of Victimization Themes in

Jewish American Short Stories on Jewish American Ethnic Identity Formation.”

Paper solicited for and presented at the Sociology for the Scientific Study of

Religion Annual Meeting in Norfolk, VA in October, 2003.

 

            “The Holocaust as Recurring Reality: An Examination of Victimization Themes

            in Jewish American Short Stories and in the Lived Experiences of Jewish

            Americans in the South.”  Paper presented at the Sociology of Racial and Ethnic

            Relations regular paper session at the American Sociological Association Annual

            Meeting in Atlanta, GA in August, 2003.

 

Harris, Catherine T.

 

            “Gender and Satisfaction with the Medical School Environment:  Interaction

            with Race and Type Medical School.” (with Michael Wise, Appalachian State

            University). Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Sociological

            Association, Atlanta, Georgia, August, 2004.

 

            Organizer (with Michael Wise, Appalachian State University) “Subsets of

            Southern Sociology: The Contributions of Allied Associations to the Sociological

            Enterprise.” The only plenary session at the Annual Meeting of the Southern

            Sociological Society, Atlanta, Georgia, April, 2004.

 

            Panelist, Alpha Kappa Delta Information Session, Annual Meeting of the

            Southern Sociological Society, Atlanta, Georgia, April, 2004.

 

Hattery, Angela J.

 

            Hattery, Angela J. and Earl Smith.  Cultural Contradictions in the Southern

Mode of Segregation: Black Tits, White only Water Fountains, Bad Blood,

and the Transmission of Semen  Presented at the annual meetings of the Southern

Sociological Society.  April 2004.  Atlanta, GA.

 

Hattery, Angela and Earl Smith.  Intimate Partner Violence in the African

American Community:  A Race-Class-Gender Approach.  Presented at the 4th

annual conference:  Trapped by Poverty, Trapped by Violence.  Austin, Texas:

October 2003.

 

Female Devaluation: the role of sexual (gender) abuse in intimate partner violence.  Presented at the annual meetings of the American Sociological Association.  Atlanta, GA:  August 2003.

 

Sleeping in the Box, Thinking Outside the Box:  Student reflections on innovative pedagogical tools for teaching about and promoting a greater understanding of social class inequality among undergraduates.” Presented

at the annual meetings of the American Sociological Association.

Atlanta, GA:  August 2003.

 

Longino, Charles F.

 

            American Sociological Association, Annual Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia

            August 19, 2003 – “Section on Aging and the Lifecourse Refereed Roundtables

            and Research Groups”

 

            Symposium on New Issues in Retirement, Statistics Canada, Ottawa, Canada

            September 6, 2003 – “Retirement Migration Trends” North Carolina Aging

            Conference, Annual Meeting, Charlotte, North Carolina September 10, 2003

            Keynote address, “The Challenges of An Aging Society”

 

            Carolina Active Retirement Association, Annual Meeting, Myrtle Beach, South

            Carolina October 10, 2003 - Keynote address, “Tracking Retirement Migration

            Trends in the Carolinas:  A 2000 Census Analysis”

 

            Gerontological Society of America, Annual Meeting,  San Diego, California

            November 21, 2003: Presenter: “How To Publish Workshop – Writing the Paper,

            Part I: Framing the Questions, Reviewing the Literature.”

 

            Gerontological Society of America, Annual Meeting, San Diego, California

            November 23, 2003: “The USF Aging Studies Student Symposium on the

            Continuum of Research on Aging: From Wellness to End of Life  Discussant.

 

            Association for Gerontology in Higher Education, Annual Meeting,

February 28, 2004 – “Global Aging: Implications for Research, Education and Practice”

 

            Southern Gerontolgical Society, Annual Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia

            April 1, 2004- “How to Publish Workshop”

 

            Southern Gerontolgical Society, Annual Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia

            April 3, 2004 – “The Changing Character of Retirement Migration to the South”

 

            Southern Sociological Society, Annual Meeting, Atlanta, Georgia

            April 15, 2004 – Subsets of Southern Sociology: Contributions of Allie

Associations to the Sociological Enterprise."

 

Changing Demographics, Stagnant Social Policies, Syracuse University Gerontology Center, Conference Syracuse, New York, May 3, 2004,

             “Demographics Trends that will Shape U.S. policy in the 21st Century.”

 

Soares, Joseph A.

 

            Presiding summary and discussion of all panel papers At American

            Sociological Association national convention, August 2004.

 

Taplin, Ian M.

 

            “The effect of policy on the wine industry of NC” paper given at ASA, Atlanta,

            August 2003 (with S. Breckenridge).

 

            “The importance of management style” Invited lecture given at Bordeaux

            Business School, December 2003.

 

            “The growth of NC wineries: industrial policy, entrepreneurship and clusters’

            Invited lecture given to Department of Sociology, UNC Charlotte, October 2003.

 

            Organised workshop entitled “European clothing industry; meeting the

            Competitive challenge” at Toulouse Business School, France, February 2004

            and gave introductory lecture.

 

 

III. EDITORSHIPS, OFFICES, AND CONSULTANCIES

 

Breckenridge, Saylor R.

 

            Peer reviewer for The American Sociological Review

 

Harris, Catherine T.

 

            President, Alpha Kappa Delta (International sociology honor society)

 

            Member, Executive Board, Southern Sociological Society

 

Longino, Charles F.

 

            Editor, Journal of Gerontology: Social Sciences             2002-2006

            Editorial Board, The Gerontologist                                            1997-

            Editorial Board, Journal of Aging and Health                 1997-

            Editorial Board, Hallym International Journal of Aging    2000-

            Editorial Board, Abstracts in Social Gerontology                       1990-

            Associate Editor, Journal of Applied Gerontology                      1988-

            Editorial Board, Research on Aging                                           1983-

 

            Also reviewed for         Social Science Research

                                                Forum for Applied Research and Public Policy

 

            Association for Gerontology in Higher Education (AGHE),

            President, 2002-2004

                        Member, Executive Committee, 2001-

                        Member, Personnel Committee, 2001-

                        Member, Program & Local Arrangements, 2001-

                        Member, Advancement Committee, 2001-

                        Chair, Nominating Committee,  2001-

                        Chair, Fellow Selection Committee, 2001-

                        Chair, Long Range Committee, 2001-

                        Member, Finance Committee, 2001-

                        Chair, Business & Aging Taskforce Committee, 2002-

 

            Gerontological Society of America (GSA)

                        Member, GSA Council, 2001-

                        Member, GSA Executive Committee, 200-

                        Publications Council, 2001-

 

            Blue Cross Blue Shield of North Carolina (one day)

 

Soares, Joseph A.

 

            Oxford University, consulted for their special committee on admissions.  Involve

            periodic evaluation of survey instruments and preliminary findings on their

            attempt to find a test that would predict academic performance better than A-

            levels.  I could provide a copy of a preliminary report that came out last October,

            that gives me special credit.  At no point has this taken up more than a half day at

            a time for perhaps four half days all year, hardly a major time commitment.

 

Taplin, Ian M.

 

            North American Editor, Journal of Fashion Marketing and Management

     

 

IV.       External Grants Received

 

                       

 

            Ciabattari, Teresa

 

                       

Topic:

Low Income Mothers’ Labor Force Participation

Agency:

W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research

$  Requested:

$5000

$  Funded:

$5000

 

            Hattery, Angela J.

 

                       

Topic:

Intimate Partner Violence

Agency:

Center for Disease Control (CDC)

$  Requested:

$150,000

 

 

 

 

Topic:

Intimate Partner Violence

Agency:

American Sociological Association/National Science

$  Requested:

$7000

 

$  Funded:      

 

$6800

 

            Longino, Charles F.

 

Topic:

Factors and Processes Triggering Mobility During Retirement

Agency:

National Institute on Health, Behavioral and Social Research Program

 

$  Requested:

$70,178

$  Funded:      

 

Begins June 1, 2004

 

 

Topic:

Co-Investigator – Workforce Aging in the new Econony: A Comparative Study of Information Technology Employment (Chapel Hill team member)

 

Agency:

Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada (a multi-national, multi-team grant)

 

$  Requested:

$1,233,906

$  Funded:      

 

$1,233,906