Department of Sociology

Summary of Professional Activities

2004-2005

 

I. Publications, Performances, Exhibits

II. Papers and Presentations

III. Editorships, Offices, and Consultancies

IV. External Grants Received

V. Awards

 

 

I.  PUBLICATIONS, PERFORMANCES, EXHIBITS

 

Breckenridge, R. Saylor

 

Breckenridge, R. Saylor and I. Taplin.  2005.  “Entrepreneurship, Industrial Policy, and Clusters: The Growth of the North Carolina Wine Industry.”  Research in the Sociology of Work: Entrepreneurship. Volume 14.

 

 

Hattery, Angela J.

 

Joseph G. Grzywacz, Angela J. Hattery, and Patricia Voydanoff.  2004.  “Discussion and Extension: Suggestions for a Multilevel Reframing of Work-Family Theory” in ed.  Vern L. Bengtson, Alan C. Acock, Katherine R. Allen, Peggye, Dilworth-Anderson, and David M. Klein Sourcebook of Family Theory and Research.  Thousand Oaks, CA:  Sage.

Hattery, Angela J., and Earl Smith.  2005.  William Edward Burghardt Du Bois and the Concepts of Race, Class and Gender.  Sociation Today.  (3)1.

Gendrich, CM and Angela J. Hattery.  2004.  “Borderless Academe:  ‘Families in Crisis’ and A Lie of the Mind”.  Theatre Topics.  14(1):293-315. Conference, Ithaca College.

 

 

Longino, Charles F.

 

Longino, C. F., Jr. and J. L. Powell. 2004. “Embodiment and the Study of Aging.” In Vincente Berdayes, Luigi Esposito and John W. Murphy, The Body in Human Inquiry: Interdisciplinary Explorations of Embodiment, 199-215. Cresskill, New Jersey: Hampton Press, Inc.

 

Polivka, L and C. F. Longino, Jr. 2004. “Postmodern Aging and the Future of Public Policy.” In Emmanuelle Tulle (Ed.), Old Age and Agency, 3-15. New York, New York: Nova Science Publishers, Inc.

 

Wolf, D. A. and C. F. Longino, Jr. 2005. “Our Increasingly Mobile Society?  The Curious Persistence of a False Belief.” The Gerontologist 45(1): 5-11.

 

Longino, C. F., Jr. and D. E. Bradley. 2005. “The Demography of Productive Aging.” In Leonard W. Kaye, Perspectives on Productive Aging: Social Work With the New Aged. Washington, DC: NASW Press.

Longino, C. F., Jr. 2005. “Subcultures.” In Erdman Ballagh Palmore, Laurence G. Branch and Diana K. Harris, Encyclopedia of Ageism. Binghampton, NY: Haworth Press.

 

                                   

Smith, Earl

 

“The African American Student- Athlete.”  in Charles Ross (ed.), Race and Sport: The Struggle for Equality On and Off the Field.  University of Mississippi Press.

 

 “The End of the Reign: Department Chair No More.” in Walter Gmelch (ed.)  New Directions in Higher Education. San Francisco, CA.: Jossey Bass Publishers. 

 

Review Essay of Blacks in the White Elite: Will the Progress Continue? by Richard L. Zweigenhaft, G. William Domhoff.  Black Scholar, June

 

Review of The End of Baseball as We know It: The Players Union,  1960-81. By Charles P. Korr.  Urbana, Ill. University of Illinois Press. Society Magazine, June

 

“Home Grown Poverty.”  Sociologists Without Borders web site. http://www.sociologistswithoutborders.org

 

“Kareem Abdul-Jabbar.” Pp. 3-4 in David Wiggins (ed) African Americans in Sports. Amonk, New York: M. E. Sharpe, INC.

 

“Jim Brown.” Pp, 49-50 in David Wiggins (ed) African Americans in Sports. Amonk, New York: M. E. Sharpe, INC.

 

                       

Soares, Joseph A.

 

“Sociological Research Methods on Urban Health: the Neighborhood Effect.” In: Handbook of Urban Health.  Sandro Galea and David Vlahov (eds.), New York Academy of Medicine, Kluwer/Plenum Press, 2005.

 

Review of Aihwa Ong’s Buddha Is Hiding: Refugees, Citizenship, and the new America, in American Journal of Sociology, Vol. 110, No. 5, March 2005.

 

Review of Anthony Elliott’s Critical Visions: New Directions in Social Theory, in Contemporary Sociology, Vol. 33, Issue 5, September 2004: 613-614.

 

 

Taplin, Ian M.

 

“Entrepreneurship. Industrial policy and clusters: The growth of the North Carolina wine industry” (with R. S. Breckenridge), in ‘Entrepreneurship’ (Ed. L. Keister) Research in the Sociology of Work, 2005/14, pp 211-32.

 

“The European clothing industry: Meeting the competitive challenge” (with J. Winterton), in Journal of Fashion Marketing and Management, 2004, 8/3: 256-261.

 

Veritas about vino in North CarolinaBusiness North Carolina, November 2004, page 8.

 

“Managing organizational commitment: Explaining labour turnover in the UK clothing industry” (with J. Winterton), in Cahiers de Recherche, LAREMA, Bordeaux Ecole de Management, Number 68-04, December 2004.

 

“Ambiguity and uncertainty amongst mid and upper level managers in corporate America” Invited lecture at Centre for Business Management, Queen Mary University of London, November 2004.

 

“Managers make a difference” Paper presented at American Sociological Association annual meeting, San Francisco, August 2004.

 

 

Wahl, Ana-Maria

 

From Silence and Resistance to Tongues Untied: Talking about Race in the College Classroom, with Keenon Mann, Christina Bach Neilsen, Hattie Mukombe, and Branden Cote.  In Challenges of Multicultural Education:  Teaching and Taking Diversity Courses. Eds.  Norah Peters Davis and Jeffrey Schultz.  Boulder, Colorado:  Paradigm Publishers (forthcoming).

 

 

II.  PAPERS AND PRESENTATIONS

 

Breckenridge, R. Saylor

 

Capital Distribution and Entrepreneurial Efforts: Linking Labor, Organizational Founding, and Concentration of Ownership.”  76th Meetings of The Pacific Sociological Association, April 2005.

 

Regulatory Dynamics and Industry Demographics: Organizational Vitality in US Comic Book Publishers, 1933-2002.”  99th Meeting of The American Sociological Association, August 2004.

 

Harris, Catherine T.

 

“Perception of Academic Success among Medical Students:  The Effects of Race, Sex and Type of Medical School”.  Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, San Francisco, August, 2004.

 

“The Role of Cultural Capital and Habitus in Influencing Perceived Academic Success among Medical Students”.  Presented at the Annual meeting of the Southern Sociological Society, Charlotte, North Carolina, April, 2005.

 

Panelist, “An Informational Session about Alpha Kappa Delta”, Annual Meeting of the Southern Sociological Society”, Charlotte, North Carolina, April, 2005.

 

 

Hattery, Angela J.

 

Social Stratification in the New/Old South:The Influences of Racial Segregation on Social Class in the Deep South.  Paper presented a the annual meetings of the Southern Sociological Society.  April 2005.  Charlotte, NC.

 

Hattery, Angela J. and Earl Smith.  Dirty Little Secret:  Intimate Partner Violence in the African American Community.  Presented at the annual mid-winter meetings of Sociologists for Women in Society.  January 2005.  Miami, FL.

 

Intimate Partner Violence in the African American Community.  Keynote Address.  AKD undergraduate ceremony.  Department of Sociology, Greensboro College, April 2005.

 

OVERREPRESENTATION of AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDENT ATHLETES in DIVISION 1A SPORT PROGRAMS:  Route to success or a system of cordoning off? From Jack Johnson to Marion Jones, Sport.

 

 

Longino, Charles F.

 

Environmental Protection Agency, Raleigh, North Carolina

August 10, 2005 – “Aging Americans: Impacts on Ecology and Environmental Quality”

 

Gerontological Society of America, Annual Meeting, Washington, DC

November 19, 2005 – Presenter – “How to Publish Workshop – Writing the Paper, Part I: Framing the Questions, Reviewing the Literature.”

 

Gerontological Society of America, Annual Meeting, Washington, DC

November 21, 2005 – Discussant – “Spaces of Age in Aging Societies: Local, Global and Critical Perspectives.”

 

Gerontological Society of America, Annual Meeting, Washington, DC

November 22, 2005 – Presenter – “Portable Communities?:  The Impact of Chain Migration and Ethnicity on Informal Networks of Retired Sunbelt Migrants.”

 

Gerontological Society of America, Annual Meeting, Washington, DC

November 22, 2005 – “The Critical Role of Gerontology/Aging Studies Doctoral Programs.”

University of North Carolina Institute on Aging, 2nd Annual Aging Exchange, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, January 25, 2005 – Keynote Speaker – “Peregrinations on the Gerontological Imagination.”

 

University of North Carolina, 16th Annual Conference, Chapel Hill, North Carolina, February 12, 2005 – Keynote Speaker - “Is the Gray Peril Real? Long-Distance Caregiving and Retirement Migration.”

 

 

Smith, Earl

 

“Michael Jordan.” Pp. 190-191 in David Wiggins (ed) African Americans in Sports. Amonk, New York: M. E. Sharpe, INC.

Social Stratification in the New/Old South:The Influences of Racial Segregation on Social Class in the Deep South.  Paper presented at the annual meetings of the Southern Sociological Society.  April 2005.  Charlotte, NC.

Earl Smith and Angela Hattery.  “Dirty Little Secret:  Intimate Partner Violence in the African American Community.”  Presented at the annual mid-winter meetings of Sociologists for Women in Society.  January 2005.  Miami, FL.

OVERREPRESENTATION of AFRICAN AMERICAN STUDENT ATHLETES in DIVISION 1A SPORT PROGRAMS:  Route to success or a system of cordoning off? From Jack Johnson to Marion Jones, International Sport Conference, Ithaca College, New York

“The Racialization of Prisons.”  Presentation to the Carboro County Human Rights Commission, Chapel Hill North Carolina, February, 2005

 

 

Soares, Joseph A.

 

Organizer and Presiding Member of the Regular Session Panel on “Citizenship,” at the August 14-17, 2004, 99th Convention of the American Sociological Association in San Francisco, California.

 

 

Wahl, Ana-Maria

 

Session Organizer and Presenter.  Integrating Data Analysis into the Undergraduate Curriculum, Southern Sociological Society Meetings, April 13-16, Charlotte, North Carolina.

 

 

 

Yamane, David A.

 

Guest Critic in a session on Ruth Wallace’s book, They Call Him Pastor: Married Men in Charge of Catholic Parishes, annual meeting of the Association for the Sociology of Religion, San Francisco, California, August 2004.

 

 

III.  EDITORSHIPS, OFFICES, AND CONSULTANCIES

 

 

Harris, Catherine T.

 

Past President, Alpha Kappa Delta (International Sociology Honor 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-

Editorial Board, Journal of Applied Gerontology                 1988-  

Editorial Board, Research on Aging                                      1983-

 

Also reviewed for:  Social Science Research Forum for Applied Research and Public Policy Rural Sociology

 

Gerontological Society of America (GSA)

President Elect, 2004-2005

Member, GSA Council, 2001-

Member, GSA Executive Committee, 2001-

Publications Council, 2001-  

 

Association for Gerontology in Higher Education (AGHE)

Past-President, 2004-2005

Member, Executive Committee, 2001-

Member, Personnel Committee, 2001-

Chair, Nominating Committee, 2001-

Member, Fellow Selection Committee, 2001-

Chair, Past President Committee, 2004-2005

Chair, Business & Aging Taskforce Committee, 2002-

 

 

 

 

Smith, Earl

 

Member, Editorial Board, Social Forces, 2004 – present

 

 

Taplin, Ian M.

 

North American Editor, Journal of Fashion Marketing and Management

 

 

Yamane, David A.

 

Editorial Board, Teaching Sociology (2005-2007)

 

Editor-Elect, Sociology of Religion: A Quarterly Review (beginning September 2005)

 

Program Chair, 2005 Annual Meeting, Association for the Sociology of Religion

 

Council Member, American Sociological Association Religion Section

 

Council Member, Association for the Sociology of Religion

 

 

 

IV. EXTERNAL GRANTS RECEIVED

 

Longino, Charles F.

 

$58,104           “Health and Other Predictors of Expected and Actual Mobility” National Institute on Health, Behavioral and Social Research Program

 

 

 

V. AWARDS

 

Harris, Catherine T.

 

Award for Distinguished Service, Southern Sociological Society, Apri, 2005

 

 

Soares, Joseph A.

 

Included in Marquis Who’s Who in American, 59th Edition, 2005

 

 

 

Taplin, Ian M.

 

Visiting Professor, Bordeaux Business School, Bordeaux, France