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BORDEN, WILLIAM

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Senior Lecturer. B.A., Indiana; A.M., Ph.D., Chicago. Fields of Special Interest: contemporary psychodynamic theory, research, and practice; comparative psychotherapy; integrative approaches to psychosocial intervention; neuroscience; developmental psychology; narrative psychology; psychology of religion; clinical social work practice; role of humanities in social work education.

Selected publications:

  • Borden, William. 2016. Neuroscience, Psychotherapy, and Clinical Pragmatism. New York and London: Routledge. 
  • Borden, William. 2015. "Contemporary object relations psychology: Theory, research, and practice." In Social Workers’ Desk Reference, Laura Hopson, ed. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Borden, William. 2015. "Theoretical pluralism and integrative perspectives in social work practice." In Social Workers’ Desk Reference, Kevin Corcoran and Albert Roberts, eds. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Borden, William. 2014. "Theory and the reflective practitioner." In Multi-Theoretical Social Work: Translating Theories for Social Work Practice, forward by James Forte. New York and London: Routledge.
  • Borden, William. 2013. "Case report of child with visual hallucination." In Hallucinations, Oliver Sacks, ed. New York: Knopf.
  • Borden, William. 2013. "Experiments in adapting to need: Pragmatism as orienting perspective in clinical social work." Special Issue on North American Social Work, Journal of Social Work Practice: Psychotherapeutic Approaches in Health, Welfare, and Community 27(3): 259-71.
  • Borden, William, and James J. Clark. 2012. "Psychodynamic theory, research, and practice: Implications for evidence-based intervention." In From Task-Centered Social Work to Evidence-Based and Integrative Practice: Reflections on History and Implementation, T. Rzepnicki, S. McCracken, and H. Briggs, eds. New York: Oxford University Press.
 

BOURIS, ALIDA

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Associate Professor. B.A., University of California at Berkeley; M.S.W., M.Phil., Ph.D., Columbia University School of Social Work. Fields of Special Interest: HIV and STI prevention among sexual minority and heterosexual youth; primary and secondary adolescent pregnancy prevention; family-based interventions; parental influences on adolescent health; mental health; health disparity research; sexuality and reproductive health; evidence-based practice.

Selected publications:

  • Schneider, John, and Alida Bouris. In press. "Emerging and innovative biomedical, behavioral and structural prevention strategies for HIV positive gay men." In Understanding Prevention for HIV Positive Gay Men: Innovative Approaches in Addressing the AIDS Epidemic, Leo Wilton, ed. New York: Springer Publishing.
  • Young, Lindsay, Phil Schumm, Leigh Alon, Alida Bouris, Matthew Ferreira, Brandon Hill, Aditya Khanna, T. Valente, and John Schneider. In press. "PrEP Chicago: A randomized controlled crossover peer change agent intervention to promote the adoption of Pre-Exposure Prophylaxis for HIV prevention among young Black men who have sex with men." Clinical Trials.
  • Bouris, Alida, and Brandon J. Hill. 2017. "Out on campus: Meeting the mental health needs of sexual and gender minority college students." Journal of Adolescent Health.
  • Bouris, Alida, and Brandon J. Hill. 2017. "Exploring the mother-adolescent relationship as a promotive resource for sexual and gender minority youth." Journal of Social Issues 73(3): 619-637.
  • Hill, Brandon J., Richard Crosby, Alida Bouris, Rayna Brown, Trevor Bak, Kris Rosentel, Alicia VandeVusse, Michael Silverman, and Laura Salazar. 2017. "Exploring transgender legal name change as a potential structural intervention for mitigating social determinants of health among transgender women of color." Sexuality Research and Social Policy. DOI 10.1007/s13178-017-0289-6
  • Hill, Brandon J., Kris Rosentel, Trevor Bak, Luciana E. Hebert, and Alida Bouris. 2017. "Race and HIV risk: Exploring race and HIV risk perceptions among young men who have sex with men." Journal of Adolescent Health 2(60): S9-S10.
  • Gilliam, Melissa, Patrick Jagoda, Camille Fabiyi, Phoebe Lyman, Claire Wilson, Brandon J. Hill, and Alida Bouris. 2017. "Alternate reality games as an informal learning tool for generating STEM engagement among underrepresented youth: A qualitative evaluation of The Source." Journal of Science Education and Technology 1-14.
  • Elsaesser, Caitlin, Ryan Heath, Jong-Bae Kim, and Alida Bouris. 2016. "The long-term influence of social support on academic engagement among Latino adolescents: Analysis of between-person and within-person effects among Mexican and other Latino youth." Youth & Society 1-22.
  • Quinn, Katherine, Dexter R. Voisin, Alida Bouris, Kate Jaffe, Lisa Kuhns, Rebecca Eavou, and John Schneider. 2016. "Multiple dimensions of stigma and health related factors among young Black men who have sex with men." AIDS and Behavior 21(1): 207-216. doi:10.1007/s10461-016-1439-1.
  • Gilliam, Melissa, Alida Bouris, Brandon J. Hill, and Patrick Jagoda. 2016. "The Source: An alternate reality game to spark STEM interest and learning among underrepresented youth." Journal of STEM Education 17(2): 14-20.
  • Kuhns, Lisa M., Anna Hotton, Rob Garofalo, Abigail L. Muldoon, Kaitlyn Jaffe, Alida Bouris, Dexter Voisin, and John A. Schneider. 2016. "An index of multiple psychosocial, syndemic conditions is associated with antiretroviral medication adherence among HIV-positive youth." AIDS Patient Care and STDs 30(4): 185-192. 
  • Quinn, Katherine, Dexter R. Voisin, Alida Bouris, and John A. Schneider. 2016. "Psychological distress, drug use, sexual risks and medication adherence among young HIV-positive Black men who have sex with men: Exposure to community violence matters." AIDS Care 28(7): 866-872.
  • Duffy, Sophia, Tasha M. Brown, Kathryn E. Grant, Tiamo Katsonga-Phiri, Alida Bouris, and Kate Keenan. 2016. "Development of an empirically based preventive intervention for depression in preadolescent African American girls." Prevention Science 17(4): 503-512.
  • Bouris, Alida, Bethany Everett, Ryan Heath, Caitlin Elsaesser, and Torsten B. Neilands. 2016. "Effects of victimization and violence on suicidal ideation and behaviors among sexual minority and heterosexual adolescents." LGBT Health 3(2): 153-161.
  • Hill, Brandon J., Alida Bouris, Joshua Barnett, and Dayna Walker. 2016. "Fit to serve?: Exploring mental and physical health and well-being among transgender active duty service members and veterans in the U.S. military." Transgender Health 1(1): 4-11.
  • Bouris, Alida, Jenny Mancino, Patrick Jagoda, Brandon J. Hill, and Melissa Gilliam. 2015. "Reinvigorating adolescent sexuality education through alternate reality games: The case of The Source." Sex Education 16(4): 353-367. doi:10.1080/14681811.2015.1101373.
  • Bouris, Alida, Brandon J. Hill, Kimberly Fisher, Greg Erickson, and John A. Schneider. 2015. "Mother-son communication about sex and routine HIV-testing among younger men of color who have sex with men." Journal of Adolescent Health 57(5): 515-522.
  • Schneider, John, Alida Bouris, and Dawn K. Smith. 2015. "Race and the public health impact potential of PrEP in the United States." Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 70(1): e30-e32.
  • McFadden, Rachel B., Alida M. Bouris, Dexter R. Voisin, Nancy R. Glick, and John Schneider. 2014. "Dynamic social support networks of younger Black men who have sex with men with new HIV infection." AIDS Care 26(10): 1275-82.
  • Bouris, Alida, Dexter Voisin, Molly Pilloton, Natasha Flatt, Rebecca Eavou, Kischa Hampton, Lisa Kuhns, Milton Eder, and John Schneider. 2013. "Project nGage: Network supported HIV care engagement for younger black men who have sex with men and transgender persons." Journal of AIDS & Clinical Research 4(9): 236.
  • Bouris, Alida, and Vincent Guilamo-Ramos. 2012. "Writing strategies for school-based social workers." In The Columbia Guide to Social Work Writing, Barbara Simon and Warren Green, eds. New York: Columbia University Press.
  • Bouris, Alida, Vincent Guilamo-Ramos, Kevin Cherry, Patricia Dittus, Shannon Michael, and Kari Gloppen. 2012. "Preventing rapid repeat births among Latina adolescents: The role of parents." American Journal of Public Health 102(10): 1842-47.
  • Guilamo-Ramos, Vincent, Alida Bouris, Jane Lee, Katharine McCarthy, Shannon L. Michael, Seraphine Pitt-Barnes, and Patricia Dittus. 2012. "Paternal influences on adolescent sexual risk behaviors: A structured literature review." Pediatrics 130(5): 1313-25.
  • Schneider, John, Stuart Michaels, and Alida Bouris. 2012. "Family network proportion and HIV risk among black men who have sex with men." Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 61(5): 627-35.
  • Bouris, Alida, Vincent Guilamo-Ramos, James Jaccard, Michelle Ballan, Catherine A. Lesesne, and Bernardo Gonzalez. 2012. "Early adolescent romantic relationships and maternal approval among inner city Latino families." AIDS and Behavior 16(6): 1570-83.

BRODKIN, EVELYN Z.

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Associate Professor. M.P.A., Northeastern; Ph.D., MIT. Fields of Special Interest: public policy; politics of the welfare state; public management; social politics; policy delivery and implementation; asylum and refugee policy.

Selected publications:

  • Brodkin, Evelyn Z. 2017. "The Ethnographic Turn in Political Science: Reflections on the State of the Art." PS: Political Science and Politics 50(1): 131-134.
  • Brodkin, Evelyn Z. 2017. "Street-Level Organizations and U.S. Workfare: Insights for Policy and Theory." In The Front-line Delivery of Welfare-to-Work Policy in Europe, R. Van Berkel, D. Caswell, F. Larsen, and P. Kupka, eds. Routledge.
  • Brodkin, Evelyn Z. 2016. "Street-Level Organizations." In American Governance, S. L. Schechter, ed. Macmillan.
  • Brodkin, Evelyn Z. 2016. "Street-Level Organizations, Inequality, and the Future of Human Services." Human Services Organizations: Management, Leadership & Governance 40(5): 444-450.
  • Brodkin, Evelyn Z., and F. Larsen. 2016. "Workfare, Activation, and the Shifting Boundaries of the Welfare State." In Poverty in America: Urban and Rural Inequality in the 21st Century, M. Skidmore, ed. New Hampshire: Westphalia Press.
  • Brodkin, Evelyn Z. 2015. "The Inside Story: Street-Level Research in the U.S. and Beyond." In Understanding Street-Level Bureaucracy, M. Hill, P. Hupe, and A. Buffat, eds. Policy Press. 
  • Brodkin, Evelyn Z. 2015. "Street-Level Organizations and the 'Real World' of Workfare: Lessons from the U.S." Social Work & Society 13(2). 
  • Brodkin, Evelyn Z., and Flemming Larsen. 2013. "Changing Boundaries: The Policies of Workfare in the U.S. and Europe." Poverty and Public Policy 5(1): 37-47.
  • Brodkin, Evelyn Z. 2013. "Commodification, inclusion, or what? Workfare in everyday organizational life." In Work and the Welfare State: Street-Level Organizations and Workfare Politics, Evelyn Z. Brodkin and Gregory Marston, eds. Washington DC: Georgetown University Press.
  • Brodkin, Evelyn Z. 2013. "Street-level organizations and the welfare state." In Work and the Welfare State: Street-Level Organizations and Workfare Politics, Evelyn Z. Brodkin and Gregory Marston, eds. Washington DC: Georgetown University Press.
  • Brodkin, Evelyn Z. 2013. "Work and the welfare state." In Work and the Welfare State: Street-Level Organizations and Workfare Politics, Evelyn Z. Brodkin and Gregory Marston, eds. Washington DC: Georgetown University Press.
  • Brodkin, Evelyn Z. 2013. "Work and the welfare state reconsidered: Street-level organizations and the global workfare project." In Work and the Welfare State: Street-Level Organizations and Workfare Politics, Evelyn Z. Brodkin and Gregory Marston, eds. Washington DC: Georgetown University Press.
  • Brodkin, Evelyn Z. 2013. "Workfare." In Oxford Bibliographies Online in Social Work, Edward Mullen, ed. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Brodkin, Evelyn Z., and Flemming Larsen. 2013. "Changing boundaries: The policies of workfare in the U.S. and Europe." Poverty and Public Policy 5(1): 37-47.
  • Brodkin, Evelyn Z., and Flemming Larsen. 2013. "The Policies of workfare: At the boundaries between work and the welfare state." In Work and the Welfare State: Street-Level Organizations and Workfare Politics, Evelyn Z. Brodkin and Gregory Marston, eds. Washington DC: Georgetown University Press.
  • Brodkin, Evelyn Z., and Gregory Marston, eds. 2013. Work and the Welfare State: Street-level Organizations and Workfare Politics. Washington DC: Georgetown University Press.
  • Brodkin, Evelyn Z. 2012. "Les agents de terrain: Entre politique et action publique (Street-level organizations: Between politics and public action)." Sociologies Pratiques 1(24): 10-18.
  • Brodkin, Evelyn Z. 2012. "Reflections on the Street-Level Bureaucracy: Past, Present, and Future." Public Administration Review.

CARR, E. SUMMERSON

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Associate Professor. B.S., M.A., M.S.W., Ph.D., Michigan. Fields of Special Interest: the anthropology of social work; therapeutic language and metalanguage; cultural and social theory; drug use and treatment; ethnographic methods; gender and sexuality; personhood; semiotics and sociolinguistics.

Selected publications:

  • Carr, E. Summerson. 2016. "Flipping the Script: Reimagining the Social Service Encounter." In Reimagining the Relationship between Professionals and Service Users, T. A. Andreassen, J. F. Gubrium, and P. K. Solvang, eds. New York: Columbia University Press.
  • Carr, E. Summerson and Brooke A. Fisher. 2016. "Interscaling Awe, De-escalating Disaster." In Scale: Discourse and dimensions of social life, E. S. Carr and M. Lempert, eds. Berkeley: University of California Press.
  • Carr, E. Summerson and Michael Lempert. 2016. "Pragmatics of Scale." In Scale: Discourse and Dimensions of Social Life, E.S. Carr and M. Lempert, eds. Berkeley: University of California Press.
  • Carr, E. Summerson and Michael Lempert, eds. 2016. Scale: Discourse and dimensions of social life. Berkeley: University of California Press.
  • Carr, E. Summerson. 2015. "Occupation Bedbug, or, The Urgency and Agency of Professional Pragmatism." Cultural Anthropology 30(2): 257-285.
  • Carr, E. Summerson, and Yvonne Smith. 2014. "The poetics of therapeutic practice: Motivational interviewing and the powers of pause." Culture, Medicine, and Psychiatry 38(1): 83-114.
  • Carr, E. Summerson. 2013. "Signs of sobriety: Rescripting American addiction counseling." In Addiction Trajectories, Eugene Raikhel, and William Garriott, eds. Durham, NC: Duke University Press.
  • Carr, E. Summerson. 2013. “Signs of the times”: Confession and the semiotic production of inner truth. Journal of the Royal Anthropological Institute 19(1): 34-51.

CHASKIN, ROBERT J.

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Professor. B.S., Northwestern; A.M., Ph.D., Chicago. Fields of Special Interest: community organizing and development; community social organization; comprehensive community initiatives; youth development; associations and nonprofits; philanthropy and social change; research application and evaluation; crossnational research.

Selected publications:

  • Visser, Kirsten, Florian Sichling, and Robert J. Chaskin. 2017. “Hot times, hot places. Youth’s risk perceptions and risk management in Chicago and Rotterdam.” Journal of Youth Studies 20(6): 763-779.
  • Chaskin, Robert J. 2016. “Between the Idea and the Reality: Public Housing Reform and the Further Marginalization of the Poor.” City and Community 15(4): 372-375.
  • Chaskin, Robert J., and Mark L. Joseph. 2015. "Contested Space: Design Principles and Regulatory Regimes in Mixed-Income Communities in Chicago." In Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 660(1): 136-154.
  • Chaskin, Robert J., and Mark L. Joseph. 2015. Integrating the Inner City: The Promise and Perils of Mixed-Income Public Housing Transformation. Chicago: The University of Chicago Press.
  • Chaskin, Robert J., and David M. Greenberg. 2015. "Between public and private action: Neighborhood organizations and local governance." Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 44(2): 248-267.
  • Khare, Amy T., Mark L. Joseph, and Robert J. Chaskin. 2015. "The enduring significance of race in mixed-income developments." Urban Affairs Review 51(4): 474-503.
  • Chaskin, Robert J. 2014. "Neighborhood data and locally driven community change." In Strengthening Communities with Neighborhood Data, Claudia Coulton and Tom Kingsley, eds. Washington DC: Urban Institute Press.
  • Chaskin, Robert J. 2013. "Integration and exclusion: Urban poverty, public housing reform, and the dynamics of neighborhood restructuring." Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 647(1): 237-67.
  • Chaskin, Robert J., and Mark L. Joseph. 2013. "'Positive' gentrification, social control, and the 'right to the city' in mixed-income communities: Uses and expectations of space and place." International Journal of Urban and Regional Research 37(2): 480-502.
  • Chaskin, Robert J., Florian Sichling, and Mark L. Joseph. 2013. "Youth in mixed-income communities replacing public housing complexes: Context, dynamics, and response." Cities 35: 423-431.
  • Fraser, James C., Robert J. Chaskin, and Joshua Theodore Bazuin. 2013. "Making mixed-income neighborhoods work for low-income households." Cityscape 15(2): 83-100.
  • Chaskin, Robert J. 2012. "Theories of community." In The Handbook of Community Practice, 2nd ed., Marie Weil, Michael S. Reisch, and Mary L. Ohmer, eds.Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
  • Chaskin, Robert, Amy Khare, and Mark Joseph. 2012. "Participation, deliberation, and decision-making: The dynamics of inclusion and exclusion in mixed-income developments." Urban Affairs Review 48(6): 863-906.
  • Chaskin, Robert J., Mark L. Joseph, Sara Voelker, and Amy Dworsky. 2012. "Public housing transformation and resident relocation: Comparing destinations and household characteristics in Chicago." Cityscape 14(1): 183-214.
  • Chaskin, Robert, and Mikael Karlstrom. 2012. Beyond the neighborhood: Policy engagement and systems change in the New Communities Program. New York: MDRC.
  • Joseph, Mark L., and Robert J. Chaskin. 2012. "Mixed-income developments and low rates of return: Insights from relocated public housing residents in Chicago." Housing Policy Debate 22(3): 377-405.
  • McCormick, Naomi J., Mark L. Joseph, and Robert J. Chaskin. 2012. "The new stigma of relocated public housing residents: Challenges to social identity in mixed-income developments." City and Community 11(3): 285-308.
  • Sites, William, Robert J. Chaskin, and Virginia Parks. 2012. "Reframing community practice for the 21st century: Multiple traditions, multiple challenges." In The Community Development Reader, 2nd ed., James deFillipis and Susan Saegert, eds. New York: Routledge.

CHOI, YOONSUN

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Associate Professor. B.A., Ewha University (Korea); M.S.S.W., Texas-Austin; Ph.D., Washington-Seattle. Fields of Special Interest: minority youth development; effects of race, ethnicity, and culture in youth development; children of immigrants; Asian American youth; prevention of youth problem behaviors; quantitative research methods.

Selected publications:

  • Choi, Yoonsun. In Press. "Introduction: Rising challenges and opportunities of uncertain times for Asian American families." In Asian American Parenting: Family Process and Intervention. New York: Springer Press.
  • Choi, Yoonsun, and Hyeouk Chris Hahm. In Press. Asian American Parenting: Family Process and Intervention. New York: Springer Press.
  • Choi, Yoonsun, M. Park, J. Lee, Tae Yeun Kim, and Kevin Poh Hiong Tan. In Press. "Culture and family process: Examination of culture specific family process via development of new parenting measures among Filipino and Korean American families with adolescents." In Asian American Parenting: Family Process and Intervention, Yoonsun Choi and Hyeouk Chris Hahm, eds. New York: Springer Press.
  • Choi, Yoonsun, Tae Yeun Kim, Dina Drankus Pekelnicky, Kihyun Kim, and You Seung Kim. 2017. "Impact of youth cultural orientations on perception of family process and development among Korean Americans." Cultural Diversity and Ethnic Minority Psychology 23(2): 244-257.
  • Choi, Yoonsun, Kevin Poh Hiong Tan, Miwa Yasui, and Hyeouk Chris Hahm. 2016. "Advancing Understanding of Acculturation for Adolescents of Immigrants: Person-Oriented Analysis of Acculturation Strategy among Korean American Youth." Journal of Youth and Adolescence 45(7): 1380-1395.
  • Choi, Yoonsun. 2014. "Moving forward: Asian Americans in the discourse of race and social problems." Race and Social Problems, Special Issue on “Asian Americans” 6(1): 1-3. (PMC3969798).
  • Choi, Yoonsun, Kevin Poh Hiong Tan, Miwa Yasui, and Dina Drankus Pekelnicky. 2014. "Race-ethnicity and culture in the family and youth outcomes: Test of a path model with Korean American youth and parents." Race and Social Problems, Special Issue on “Asian Americans” 6(1): 69-84. (PMC3941842).
  • Choi, Yoonsun, You Seung Kim, Su Yeong Kim, and Irene J.K. Park. 2013. "Is Asian American parenting controlling and harsh? Empirical testing of relationships between Korean American and Western parenting measures." Asian American Journal of Psychology, Special Issue on "Tiger Parenting, Asian-Heritage Families, and Child/Adolescent Well-Being" 4(1): 19-29.
  • Choi, Yoonsun, You Seung Kim, Dina D. Pekelnicky, and Hyun J. Kim. 2013. "Preservation and modification of culture in family socialization: Development of parenting measures for Korean immigrant families." Asian American Journal of Psychology 4(2): 143-54. (NIHMSID# 358897).
  • Choi, Yoonsun. 2012. "Asian-American youth." In Oxford Bibliographies Online: Social Work, Edward Mullen, ed. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Choi, Yoonsun. 2012. "Korean Americans." In Oxford Bibliographies Online: Social Work, Edward Mullen, ed. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Choi, Yoonsun, Michael He, Todd I. Herrenkohl, Richard F. Catalano, and John W. Toumbourou. 2012. "Multiple identification and risks: Examination of peer factors across multiracial and single-race youth." Journal of Youth and Adolescence 41(7): 847-62. (PMC22395776).

COURTNEY, MARK E.

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Professor. B.A., University of California, Berkeley; M.A., John F. Kennedy University; M.S.W., Ph.D., University of California, Berkeley. Fields of Special Interest: welfare reform; child welfare services such as child protection, foster care, group care, and adoption; and the professionalization of social work.

Selected publications:

  • Courtney, Mark E., and Jennifer L. Hook. 2017. "The potential educational benefits of extending foster care to young adults: Findings from a natural experiment." Children and Youth Services Review 72: 124-132.
  • Courtney, Mark E., Nathanael J. Okpych, Pajarita Charles, Dominique Mikell, Brooke Stevenson, Keunhye Park, Brittani Kindle, Justin Harty, and Huiling Feng. 2016. Findings from the California Youth Transitions to Adulthood Study (CalYOUTH): Conditions of Youth at Age 19. Chicago: Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago.
  • Courtney, Mark E., Nathanael J. Okpych, Dominique Mikell, Brooke Stevenson, Keunhye Park, Justin Harty, Huiling Feng, and Brittani Kindle. 2016. CalYOUTH Survey of Young Adults' Child Welfare Workers. Chicago: Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago. 
  • Brown, Adam, Mark E. Courtney, and J. Curtis McMillen. 2015. "Behavior health needs and service use among those who've aged-out of foster care." Children and Youth Services Review 58: 163-169.
  • Havlicek, Judy, and Mark E. Courtney. 2015. "Maltreatment histories of aging out foster youth: A comparison of official investigated and self-reports of maltreatment prior to and during out-of-home care." Child Abuse & Neglect 52: 110-122.
  • IOM (Institute of Medicine) and NRC (National Research Council). 2015. Investing in the Health and Well-Being of Youth Adults. Washington DC: The National Academies Press.
  • Katz, Colleen C., and Mark E. Courtney. 2015. "Evaluating in the self-expressed unmet needs of emancipated foster youth over time." Children and Youth Service Review 57: 9-18. 
  • Lee, JoAnn S., Mark E. Courtney, Tracy W. Harachi, and Emiko A. Tajima. 2015. "Labeling and the effect of adolescent legal system involvement on adult outcomes for foster youth aging out of care." American Journal of Orthospychiatry 85(5): 441-451. 
  • Okpych, Nathaniel J., and Mark E. Courtney. 2015. "Relationship between adult outcomes of young people making the transition to adulthood from out-of-home care and prior residential care." Therapeutic Residential Care For Children and Youth: Developing Evidence-Based International Practice, James K. Whittaker, Jorge Fernandez del Valle, and Lisa Holmes, eds. London: Jessica Kingsley.
  • Valentine, Erin Jacobs, Melanie Skemer, and Mark E. Courtney. 2015. Becoming Adults: One-Year Impact Findings from the Youth Villages Transitional Living Evaluation. New York: MDRC. 
  • Ahrens, Kym R., Michelle M. Garrison, and Mark E. Courtney. 2014. "Health outcomes in young adults from foster care and economically diverse backgrounds." Pediatrics 134(6): 1-8.
  • Courtney, Mark E., Pajarita Charles, Nathaniel J. Okpych, and Katherine Halsted. 2014. California Youth Transitions to Adulthood Study (CalYOUTH): Early Findings from the Child Welfare Worker Survey. Chicago: Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago.
  • Courtney, Mark E., Pajarita Charles, Nathaniel J. Okpych, Laura Napolitano, and Katherine Halsted. 2014. Findings from the California Youth Transitions to Adulthood Study (CalYOUTH): Conditions of Foster Youth at Age 17. Chicago: Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago.
  • Courtney, Mark E., Michael Pergamit, Maria Woolverton, and Marla McDaniel. 2014. "Challenges to learning from experiments: Lessons from evaluating independent living services." In From Evidence to Outcomes in Child Welfare: An International Reader, Aron Shlonsky and Rami Benbenishty, eds. New York: Oxford University Press. doi:10.1093/acprof:oso/9780199973729.003.0007.
  • Greeson, Johanna K. P., Antonio R. Garcia, Minseop Kim, and Mark E. Courtney. 2014. "Foster youth and social support: The first RCT of independent living services." Research on Social Work Practice 25(3): 349-357. doi: 10.1177/1049731514534900.
  • Kruzich, Jean Marie, Joseph A. Mienko, and Mark E. Courtney. 2014. "Individual and work group influences on turnover intention among public child welfare workers: The effects of work group psychological safety." Children and Youth Services Review 42(7): 20-27.
  • Lee, JoAnn S., Mark E. Courtney, and Emiko Tajima. 2014. "Extended foster care support during the transition to adulthood: Effect on the risk of arrest." Children and Youth Services Review 42: 34-42.
  • Okpych, Nathaniel J., and Mark E. Courtney. 2014. "Does education pay for youth formerly in foster care? Comparison of employment outcomes with a national sample." Children and Youth Services Review 43: 18-28.
  • Ahrens, Kim R., Cari McCarty, Jane Simoni, Amy Dworsky, and Mark E. Courtney. 2013. "Psychosocial pathways to sexually transmitted infection (STI) risk among youth transitioning out of foster care: Evidence from a longitudinal cohort study." Journal of Adolescent Health 53(4): 478-85.
  • Courtney, Mark E., Amy Dworsky, and Laura Napolitano. 2013. Providing foster care for young adults: Early implementation of California’s Fostering Connections Act. Chicago: Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago.
  • Courtney, Mark E., Robert J. Flynn, and Joël Beaupré. 2013. "Overview of out of home care in the USA and Canada." Psychosocial Intervention 22(3): 163-73.
  • Dworsky, Amy, Kym Ahrens, and Mark Courtney. 2013. "Health insurance coverage and use of family planning services among current and former foster youth: Implications of the health care reform law." Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 38(2): 421-39.
  • Dworsky, Amy, Laura Napolitano, and Mark E. Courtney. 2013. "Homelessness during the transition from foster care to adulthood." American Journal of Public Health 103(S2): S318-S323.
  • Hook, Jennifer L., and Mark E. Courtney. 2013. "Former foster youth as fathers: Risk and protective factors predicting father-child contact." Family Relations 62(4): 571-83.
  • Ryan, Joseph P., Abigail B.Williams, and Mark E. Courtney. 2013. "Adolescent neglect, juvenile delinquency and the risk of recidivism." Journal of Youth and Adolescence 42(3): 454-65.
  • Salazar, Amy M., Thomas E. Keller, L. Kris Gowen, and Mark E. Courtney. 2013. "Trauma exposure and PTSD among older adolescents in foster care." Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology 48(4): 545-51.
  • Ahrens, Kym R., Katon Wayne, Carolyn McCarty, Laura P. Richardson, and Mark E. Courtney. 2012. "Childhood sexual abuse and having sex for money: A prospective evaluation among a population of adolescents aging out of foster care." Child Abuse & Neglect 36(1): 75-80.
  • Courtney, Mark E., and Jennifer L. Hook. 2012. "Evaluation of the impact of enhanced parental legal representation on the timing of permanency outcomes for children in foster care." Children and Youth Services Review 34(7): 1337-43.
  • Courtney, Mark E., and Jennifer L. Hook. 2012. "Timing of exits to legal permanency from out-of-home care: The importance of systems and implications for assessing institutional accountability." Children and Youth Services Review 34(12): 2263-72.
  • Courtney, Mark E., Jennifer L. Hook, and JoAnn S. Lee. 2012. "Distinct subgroups of former foster youth during young adulthood: Implications for policy and practice." Child Care in Practice 18(4): 409-18.
  • Cusick, Gretchen R., Judy Havlicek, and Mark E. Courtney. 2012. "Risk for arrest: The role of social bonds in protecting foster youth making the transition to adulthood." American Journal of Orthopsychiatry 82(1): 19-31.
  • Lee, JoAnn S., Mark E. Courtney, and Jennifer L. Hook. 2012. "Formal bonds during the transition to adulthood: Extended foster care support and criminal/legal involvement." Journal of Public Child Welfare 6(3): 255-79.
  • Mosley, Jennifer E., and Mark E. Courtney. 2012. Partnership and the Politics of Care: Advocates’ Role in Passing and Implementing California’s Law to Extend Foster Care. Chicago: Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago.

EPPERSON, MATTHEW W.

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Associate Professor. B.S., Central Michigan; M.S.W., Grand Valley State; M.Phil., Ph.D., Columbia. Fields of Special Interest: intervention research on co-occurring problems of HIV, substance abuse, mental illness, and criminal justice involvement, HIV prevention and epidemiology, substance abuse and mental illness, criminal justice affected populations, use of multimedia tools in intervention development and delivery, dissemination / translational research, criminal justice content in social work education.

Selected publications:

  • Epperson, Matthew, and Carrie Pettus-Davis, eds. 2017. Smart Decarceration: Achieving Criminal Justice Transformation in the 21st Century. Oxford University Press.
  • Epperson, Matthew W., Julian G. Thompson, Arthur J. Lurigio, and Soyeon Kim. 2017. “Unpacking the relationship between probationers with serious mental illnesses and probation offers: A mixed-methods examination.” Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 56(3): 188-216.
  • Gilbert, Louisa, Stacey Shaw, Dawn Goddard-Eckrich, Mingway Chang, Jessica Rowe, Tara McCrimmon, Maria Almonte, Sharun Goodwin, Matthew W. Epperson. 2015. "Project WINGS (Women Initiating New Goals of Safety): A randomized controlled trial of a screening, brief intervention and referral to treatment (SBIRT) service to address intimate partner violence victimization among substance-using women receiving community supervision." Criminal Behaviour and Mental Health 25: 314-329.
  • Canada, Kellie E., and Matthew W. Epperson. 2014. "The client-caseworker working relationship and its association with outcomes among mental health court participants." Community Mental Health Journal 50(8): 968-973.
  • Azhar, Sameena, Kathryn Berringer, and Matthew W. Epperson. 2014. "A systematic review of HIV prevention interventions targeting women with criminal justice involvement." Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research 5(3): 253-289.
  • El-Bassel, Nabila, Louisa Gilbert, Dawn Goddard-Eckrich, Mingway Chang, Elwin Wu, Timothy Hunt, Matthew W. Epperson, Stacy Shaw, Jessica Rowe, Maria Almonte, and Susan S. Witte. 2014. "Efficacy of a group-based multimedia HIM prevention intervention for drug-involved women under community supervision: Project WORTH." PLoS ONE 9(11): e111528. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0111528.
  • Epperson, Matthew W., Kelli Canada, Julian Thompson, and Arthur Lurigio. 2014. "Walking the line: Specialized and standard probation officer perspectives on supervising probationers with serious mental illnesses." International Journal of Law & Psychiatry 37(5): 473-483.
  • Epperson, Matthew W., Nancy Wolff, Robert D. Morgan, William H. Fisher, B. Christopher Frueh, and Jessica Huening. 2014. "Envisioning the next generation of behavioral health and criminal justice interventions." International Journal of Law & Psychiatry 37(5): 427-438.
  • Orellana, E. Roberto, Nabila El-Bassel, Louisa Gilbert, Keva M. Miller, Joseph Catania, Matthew W. Epperson, and Elwin Wu. 2014. "Sex trading and other HIV risks among drug-involved men: Differential associations with childhood sexual abuse." Social Work Research 38(2): 117-126.
  • Pettus-Davis, C., and Matthew W. Epperson. 2014. "From mass incarceration to smart decarceration." American Academy of Social Work and Social Welfare, Grand Challenges Initiative Concept Paper. Center for Social Development, George Warren Brown School of Social Work, Washington University in St. Louis.
  • Wolff, Nancy, Matthew W. Epperson, Jing Shi, Jessica Huening, Brooke E. Schumann, and Irene R. Rubinstein. 2014. "Mental health specialized probation caseloads: Are they effective?" International Journal of Law & Psychiatry 37(5): 464-472.
  • Wolff, Nancy, Jessica Huening, Jing Shi, Brooke E. Schumann, Irene R. Sullivan, and Matthew W. Epperson. 2014. "Evaluating client selection and selection fidelity: Case of mental health probation supervision." Criminal Justice and Behavior 41(5): 536-552. 
  • Epperson, Matthew W., Kelli E. Canada, and Arthur J. Lurigio. 2013. "Mental health court: One approach for addressing the problems of persons with serious mental illnesses in the criminal justice system." In Criminal Psychology, Jacqueline B. Helfgott, ed. Westport, CT: Praeger Publishers.
  • Epperson, Matthew W., Leslie E. Roberts, Andre Ivanoff, Stephen Tripodi, and Christy Gilmer. 2013. "To what extent is criminal justice content addressed in MSW programs?" Journal of Social Work Education 49(1): 96-107.
  • Epperson, Matthew W., Julian G. Thompson, and Kelli E. Canada. 2013. "Mental health courts." In Encyclopedia of Social Work Online, Cynthia Franklin, ed. New York: NASW Press and Oxford University Press.
  • Lurigio, Arthur J., Kelli E. Canada, and Matthew W. Epperson. 2013. "Crime victimization and mental illness." In Victims of Crime, 4th ed., Robert C. Davis, Arthur J. Lurigio, and Susan Herman, eds. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
  • Wolff, Nancy, B. Christopher Frueh, Jessica Huening, Jing Shi, Matthew W. Epperson, Robert D. Morgan, and William H. Fisher. 2013. "Practice informs the next generation of behavioral health and criminal justice interventions." International Journal of Law and Psychiatry 36: 1-10.
  • Babchuk, Lauren C., Arthur J. Lurigio, Kelli E. Canada, and Matthew W. Epperson. 2012. "Responding to probationers with mental illnesses." Federal Probation 72(2): 41-48.
  • Bouris, Alida, and Matthew W. Epperson MW. 2012. "Answers to disparity: We need to learn how to address the disproportionate impact of HIV/AIDS on African Americans." SSA Magazine 19(2): 36.
  • Khan, Maria R., and Matthew W. Epperson. 2012. "Static Interference: The social network disruption of incarceration and how HIV thrives on it." Positively Aware 24(3): 36-7.
  • Khan, Maria R., Matthew W. Epperson, Louisa Gilbert, Dawn Goddard, Timothy Hunt, Bright Sarfo, and Nabila El-Bassel. 2012. "The promise of multimedia technology for STI/HIV prevention: Frameworks for understanding improved facilitator delivery and participant learning." AIDS and Behavior 16(7): 1949-60.
  • Khan, Maria R., David L. Rosen, Matthew W. Epperson, Asha Goldweber, Jordana Hemberg, and Joseph Richardson. 2012. "Adolescent criminal justice involvement and adulthood sexually transmitted infection in a nationally-representative U.S. sample." Journal of Urban Health 90: 717-728.
  • Lurigio, Arthur J., Matthew W. Epperson, Kelli E. Canada, and Lauren C. Babchuk. 2012. "Specialized probation programs for people with mental illnesses: A review of practices and research." Journal of Crime and Justice 35(12): 317-26.

FEDOCK, GINA L.

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Assistant Professor. Ph.D., Michigan State University School of Social Work. Fields of Special Interest: improving vulnerable women’s health and mental health, with a focus on pregnant and postpartum women, as well as women who are incarcerated; criminal justice policy; prevention; violence and trauma.

Selected publications:

  • Fedock, Gina. 2017. "Life before 'I killed the man that raped me': Pre-prison life experiences of incarcerated women with life sentences and subsequent treatment needs." Women & Criminal Justice.
  • Fedock, Gina. 2017. "Women’s psychological adjustment to prison: A review for future social work directions." Social Work Research 42(2): 31-42.
  • Fedock, Gina, Sheryl P. Kubiak, and Deborah Bybee. 2017. "Testing a new intervention with incarcerated women serving life sentences." Research on Social Work Practice.
  • Fedock, Gina, and Sophia Sarantakos. 2017. “Physical and mental health disparities for young women with arrest histories.” Health & Social Work 42(2): e102-e110.
  • Kubiak, Sheryl P., Hannah J. Brenner, Deborah Bybee, Rebecca Campbell, Cristy E. Cummings, Kathleen M. Darcy, Gina Fedock, and Rachael Goodman-Williams. 2017. "Sexual misconduct in prison: What factors affect whether incarcerated women will report abuses committed by prison staff?" Law and Human Behavior.
  • Alvarez, C., and Gina Fedock. 2016. “Addressing intimate partner violence for Latina women: A call for research.” Trauma, Violence, & Abuse 1-6.
  • Alvarez, C., Gina Fedock, Karen Trister Grace, and Jacquelyn Campbell. 2016. "Provider screening and counseling for intimate partner violence: A systematic review of practices and influencing factors." Trauma, Violence, & Abuse.
  • Brenner, H., Kathleen Darcy, Gina Fedock, and Sheryl Kubiak. 2016. "Bars to justice: The impact of rape myths on women in prison." Georgetown Journal of Gender and Law 17: 521-560.
  • Fedock, Gina, Sheryl Kubiak, Rebecca Campbell, Kathleen Darcy, and Cristy Cummings. 2016. "Prison rape reform: Perspectives from women with life sentences on the impact of a class action lawsuit." Journal of Human Rights and Social Work 1(3): 131-142.
  • Kubiak, Sheryl P., Hannah J. Brenner, Deborah Bybee, Rebecca Campbell, Cristy Cummings, Kathleen M. Darcy, and Gina Fedock. 2016. "Do sexually victimized prisoners perceive justice in litigation process and outcomes?" Psychology, Public Policy, and Law 23(1): 39-52.
  • Kubiak, Sheryl, Hannah Brenner, Deborah Bybee, Rebecca Campbell, and Gina Fedock. 2016. "Reporting sexual victimization during incarceration: Using ecological theory as a framework to inform and guide future research." Trauma, Violence, & Abuse.
  • Kubiak, Sheryl, Gina Fedock, Woo Jong Kim, and Deborah Bybee. 2016. “Long-term outcomes of a RCT intervention study for women with violent offenses.” Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research 7(4): 661-679.
  • Kubiak, Sheryl, Woo Jong Kim, Gina Fedock, and Deborah Bybee. 2016. “Examining perpetration of physical violence by women: The influence of childhood adversity, victimization, mental illness, substance abuse, and anger.” Violence and Victims 31(1): 22-45.
  • Kubiak, Sheryl P., and Gina Fedock. 2015. "Women offenders, trauma, and reentry." In Reentry planning for offenders with mental disorders, H. A. Dlugacz, ed. Kingston, NJ: Civic Research Institute.
  • O’Mahen, H., Anke Karl, Nick J. Moberly, and Gina Fedock. 2015. "The association between childhood maltreatment and emotion regulation: Two different mechanisms contributing to depression?" Journal of Affective Disorders 174: 287-295.
  • Fries, L., Gina Fedock, and Sheryl P. Kubiak. 2014. "The role of gender, substance use, and serious mental illness in anticipated post-jail homelessness." Social Work Research 38(2): 107-116.
  • Kubiak, Sheryl P., Gina Fedock, Elizabeth Tillander, Woo Jong Kim, and Deborah Bybee. 2014. "Assessing the feasibility and fidelity of an intervention for women with violent offenses." Evaluation and Program Planning 42: 1-10.
  • Kubiak, S.P., Woo Jong Kim, Gina Fedock, and Deborah Bybee. 2014. "Testing a violence prevention program for women using a randomized control trial." Research on Social Work Practice 25(3): 334-348.
  • Fedock, G., Lauren Fries, and Sheryl Kubiak. 2013. "Services needs for incarcerated adults: Exploring gender differences." Journal of Offender Rehabilitation 52(7): 493-508.
  • Kubiak, Sheryl P., Woo Jong Kim, Gina Fedock, and Deborah Bybee. 2013. "Differences among incarcerated women with assaultive offenses: Isolated versus patterned use of violence." Journal of Interpersonal Violence 28(12): 2462-2490.
  • O’Mahen, Heather, Joseph Himle, Gina Fedock, Erin Henshaw, and Heather Flynn. 2013. "A pilot randomized controlled trial of cognitive behavioral therapy for perinatal depression adapted for women with low incomes." Depression and Anxiety 30(7): 679-687.
  • Kubiak, Sheryl, and Gina Fedock. 2012. "Policy and Practices Affecting Those Involved in the Criminal Justice System." In Social Work Matters: The Power of Linking Policy and Practice, Elizabeth F. Hoffler and Elizabeth J. Clark, eds. Washington DC: NASW Press, 2012.
  • Kubiak, Sheryl P., Woo Jong Kim, Gina Fedock, and Deborah Bybee. 2012. "Assessing short-term outcomes of an intervention for women convicted of violent crimes." Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research 3(3): 197-212.
  • O’Mahen, Heather, Gina Fedock, Erin Henshaw, Heather Flynn, Joseph Himle, and Jane Forman. 2012. "Modifying CBT for perinatal depression: What do women want? A Qualitative Study." Cognitive Behavioral Practice Journal 19(2): 359-371.
 

GARCIA, ANGELA

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Assistant Professor. Ph.D., University of California-San Diego. Fields of Special Interest: immigration, law and society, inequality, race and ethnicity, public policy, Mixed and Comparative Methodology.

Selected publications:

  • García, Angela S. In press. “Illegal Lives: The Effects of Local Immigration Restrictions on Intimate Relationships.” In Forced Out and Fenced In: Immigration Tales from the Field, Tanya Golash-Boza, ed. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • García, Angela S. and Leah Schmalzbauer. In press. “Placing the Mainstream: Assimilation Theory and Mexican Immigrants in Urban and Rural America.” The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science.
  • FitzGerald, David S., David Cook-Martín, Angela S. García, and Rawan Arar. 2017. “Can You Become One of Us? Legal Selection of ‘Assimilable’ Immigrants.” Journal of Ethnic Migration Studies 1-21.
  • García, Angela S. 2017. “Labour Market Limbo: The Uneven Integration of Co-Ethnic Argentines in Spain.” International Migration 55(1): 175-188.
  • Wong, Tom K., and Angela S. García. 2016. "Does where I live affect whether I apply? The contextual determinants of applying for Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA)." International Migration Review 50(3): 699-727.
  • García, Angela S. 2014. "Hidden in plain sight: How unauthorized migrants strategically assimilate in restrictive localities." Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 40(12): 1895-1914.
  • García, Angela S. 2014. "Law of the land: Ethnic selection in 16 Latin American countries." In Culling the Masses: The Democratic Roots of Racist Immigration Policy in the Americas, by David S. FitzGerald and David Cook-Martín. Cambridge: Harvard University Press.
  • García, Angela S. 2013. "Return to sender? A comparative analysis of immigrant communities in 'attrition through enforcement’ destinations." Ethnic and Racial Studies 36(11): 1849-1870.
  • García, Angela S., Gloria Molina-Estolano, Mohammad Omar Qureshi, Fernando Riedel, Rafael Solís, and Estefanía Castillo Balderas. 2013. "'They want us to go back to Mexico': Tlacotepenses living under the radar in North San Diego County." In The Wall Between Us: A Mixteco Migrant Community in Mexico and the United States, ed. David S. FitzGerald, Jorge Hernández Díaz, and David Keyes. La Jolla: Center for Comparative Immigration Studies.

GONZÁLEZ, YANILDA MARIA

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Assistant Professor. Ph.D., Princeton University. Fields of Special Interest: crime, crime policy, and criminal justice; human rights; international; race, ethnicity, and culture; urban affairs; violence and trauma.

Selected publications:

  • González, Yanilda María. 2016. "Varieties of Participatory Security: Assessing Community Participation in Policing in Latin America." Public Administration and Development 36:132-143. doi: 10.1002/pad.1752.

GORMAN-SMITH, DEBORAH

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Interim Dean and Emily Klein Gidwitz Professor. Ph.D., University of Illinois-Chicago. Fields of Special Interest: children and adolescents; prevention; violence and trauma.

Selected publications:

  • Elsaesser, Caitlin, Deborah Gorman-Smith, David Henry, and Michael Schoeny. 2017. “The Longitudinal Relation Between Community Violence Exposure and Academic Engagement During Adolescence: Exploring Families’ Protective Role.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence 1-22. doi: 10.1177/0886260517708404.
  • Burt, S. Alexandra, Kelly L. Klump, Deborah Gorman-Smith, and Jenae M. Neiderhister. 2016. "Neighborhood Disadvantage Alters the Origins of Children's Nonaggressive Conduct Problems." Clinical Psychological Science 4(3): 511-526.
  • Charles, Pajarita, Deborah Gorman-Smith, and Anne Jones. 2016. "Designing an intervention to promote child development among fathers with antisocial behavior." Research on Social Work Practice 26(1): 20-27. 
  • Charles, Pajarita, Jill Spielfogel, Deborah Gorman-Smith, Michael Schoeny, David Henry, and Patrick Tolan. 2016. "Disagreement in Parental Reports of Father Involvement." Journal of Family Issues. doi: 0192513X16644639.
  • Henry, David, Patrick Tolan, Deborah Gorman-Smith, and Michael Schoeny. 2016. “Alternatives to Randomized Control Trial Designs for Community-Based Prevention Evaluation.” Prevention Science 18(6): 671-680.
  • Logan, Joseph E., Kevin J. Vagi, and Deborah Gorman-Smith. 2016. "Characteristics of youth with combined histories of violent behavior, suicidal ideation or behavior, and gun-carrying." Crisis: The Journal of Crisis Intervention and Suicide Prevention 37(6): 402-414. 
  • Massetti, Greta M., Kristin M. Holland, and Deborah Gorman-Smith. 2016. "Implementation measurement for evidence-based violence prevention programs in communities." Journal of Community Health 41(4): 881-894.
  • Massetti, Greta M., Thomas R. Simon, and Deborah Gorman-Smith. 2016. “Methodological and Design Considerations in Evaluating the Impact of Prevention Program on Violence and Related Health Outcomes.” Prevention Science 17(7): 779-784.
  • Prince, Dana M., Marina Epstein, Paula S. Nurius, Deborah Gorman-Smith, and David B. Henry. 2016. “Reciprocal Effects of Positive Future Expectations, Threats to Safety, and Risk Behavior Across Adolescence.” Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology 1-14. DOI: 10.1080/15374416.2016.1197835.
  • Prince, Dana M., Marina Epstein, Paula S. Nurius, Kevin King, Deborah Gorman-Smith, and David Henry. 2016. "Assessing Future Expectations of Low-Income Minority Youth Men: Survival-Threats and Positive Expectations." Journal of Child and Family Studies 25(7): 2089-2101.
  • Burt, S. Alexandra, Kelly L. Klump, Deborah A. Kashy, Deborah Gorman-Smith, and Jenae M. Neiderhiser. 2015. "Neighborhood as a predictor of non-aggressive, but not aggressive, antisocial behaviors in adult." Psychological medicine 45(13): 2897-2907. 
  • David-Ferdon, Corinne, Thomas R. Simon, Howard Spivak, Deborah Gorman-Smith, Sheila B. Savannah, Robert L. Listenbee, and John Iskande. 2015. "CDC grand rounds: Preventing youth violence." MMWR: Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report 64(7): 171-174.
  • Gottfredson, Denise. C., Thomas D. Cook, Frances E. Gardner, Deborah Gorman-Smith, George W. Howe, Irwin N. Sandler, and Kathryn M. Zafft. 2015. "Standards of evidence for efficacy, effectiveness, and scale-up research in prevention science: Next generation." Prevention Science 16(7): 893-926.
  • Hawkins, J. David, Jeffery M. Jenson, Richard Catalano, Mark W. Fraser, Gilbert J. Botvin, Valerie Shapiro, Deborah Gorman-Smith, et al., and Mary Jane Rotheram-Borus. 2015. "Unleashing of power of prevention." National Academy of Medicine. 
  • LeDonne, Emily, Ashley M. Klahr, Jenae Neiderhiser, Kelly Klump, Deborah Gorman-Smith, and S. Alexandra Burt. 2015. "Does marital adjustment moderate genetic and environmental influences on parenting?" Behavior Genetics 45(6): 668-668.
  • Fowler, Patrick J., David B. Henry, Michael E. Schoeny, Deborah Gorman-Smith, and Patrick H. Tolan. 2014. "Effects of the SAFE Children preventive intervention on developmental trajectories of attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder symptoms." Development and Psychopathology 26(4pt1): 1161-1179.
  • Gorman-Smith, Deborah, Lauren Feig, Franklin Cosey-Gay, and Molly Coeling. 2014. "Strengthening families and communities to prevent youth violence." Children’s Law Review Journal.
  • Henry, David, Deborah Gorman-Smith, Michael Schoeny, and Patrick Tolan. 2014. "'Neighborhood Matters': Assessment of Neighborhood Social Processes." American Journal of Community Psychology 54(3-4): 187-204.
  • Multisite Violence Prevention Project. 2014. "Mediators of proximal effects of a selective family-focused violence prevention approach for middle school students." Prevention Science 43(3): 473-485.
  • Gorman-Smith, Deborah, Andrea Kampfner, and Kim Bromann. 2013. "Family focused prevention and gang violence." In Prevention of Gang Violence, Thomas Simon, Louis Tuthill, Winnie Reed, and Nancy Ritter, eds. 75-88. National Institute of Justice and Centers for Disease Control.
  • Elsaesser, Caitlin, Deborah Gorman-Smith, and David Henry. 2013. "The role of the school environment in relational aggression and victimization." Journal of Youth and Adolescence 42(2): 235-49.
  • Jennifer L. Matjaskoa, Alana M. Vivolo-Kantora, David B. Henry, Deborah Gorman-Smith, and Michael E. Schoeny. 2013. "The relationship between a family-focused preventive intervention, parenting practices, and exposure to violence during the transition to adolescence: Testing a mediational model." Journal of Aggression, Maltreatment and Trauma 22(1): 45-66.
  • Multisite Violence Prevention Project. 2013. "Implementation and process effects on prevention outcomes for middle school students." Journal of Clinical Child and Adolescent Psychology 43(3): 473-485. doi:10.1080/15374416.2013.814540.
  • Multisite Violence Prevention Project. 2013. "Moderating effects of school climate on outcomes for the Multisite Violence Prevention Project Universal Program." Journal of Research on Adolescence 24(2): 383-398. doi:10.1111/jora.12073.
  • Multisite Violence Prevention Project. 2013. "The moderating role of developmental microsystems in selective preventive intervention effects on aggression and victimization of aggressive and socially-influential students." Prevention Science 14(4): 390-99.
  • Gorman-Smith, Deborah, Elizabeth Grisa Hunt, and Dylan Robertson. 2012. "Fatherhood and fathering among low-income and minority men." In The Oxford Handbook of Poverty and Child Development, Valerie Maholmes and Rosalind B. King, eds. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Gorman-Smith, Deborah, and Alana M. Vivolo. 2012. "Developmental approaches in the prevention of female offending." In The Oxford Handbook of Crime Prevention, Brandon C. Welsh and David P. Farrington, eds. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Henry, David B., Patrick H. Tolan, Deborah Gorman-Smith, and Michael Schoeny. 2012. "Risk and direct protective factors for youth violence: Results from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Multisite Violence Prevention Project." American Journal of Preventive Medicine 43(2): S67-75.

GROGAN, COLLEEN M.

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Professor. B.A., Wisconsin; Ph.D., Minnesota. Fields of Special Interest: American government and public policy; health policy and health politics; the American welfare state; comparative state-level policy and politics.

Selected publications:

  • Grogan, Colleen M., Michael K. Gusmano, and Richard Fording. In Press. “Chapter 12: Social Welfare Policy.” In Politics in the American States, 11th ed., Virginia H. Gray, Russell L. Hanson, and Thad Kousser, eds. Los Angeles, CA: Sage/CQ Press.
  • Cohen, Alan, Colleen M. Grogan, and Jediah Horwitz. 2017. “Introduction: The Many Roads toward Achieving Health Equity.” Journal of Health Politics, Policy & Law 42(5): 739-748.
  • Grogan, Colleen M., and Sunggeun (Ethan) Park. 2017. “The Racial Divide in State Medicaid Expansions.” Journal of Health Politics, Policy & Law 42(3): 539-572.
  • Grogan, Colleen M., Phillip M. Singer, and David K. Jones. 2017. “Rhetoric and Reform in Waiver States.” Journal of Health Politics, Policy & Law 42(2): 247-284.
  • Grogan, Colleen M., Christina M. Andrews, Amanda Abraham, Keith Humphreys, Harold A. Pollack, Bikki Tran Smith, and Peter D. Friedmann. 2016. “Survey Highlights Differences in Medicaid Coverage for Substance Use Disorder and Opioid Use Disorder Medications.” Health Affairs 35(12): 2289-2296.
  • Park, Sunggeun (Ethan), Jennifer E. Mosley, and Colleen M. Grogan. 2016. “Do Residents of Low Income Communities Trust Organizations to Speak on Their Behalf? Differences by Organizational Type.” Urban Affairs Review 1-28.
  • Andrews, Christina M., Amanda Abraham, Colleen M. Grogan, Harold A. Pollack, Clifford Bersamira, Keith Humphreys, and Peter Friedmann. 2015. "Despite resources from the ACA, most states do little to help addiction treatment programs implement health care reform." Health Affairs 34(5): 828-835.
  • Andrews, Christina M., Colleen M. Grogan, Marianne Brennan, and Harold A. Pollack. 2015. "Lessons from Medicaid’s divergent path on mental health and addiction services." Health Affairs 34(7): 1131-1138.
  • Grogan, Colleen M. 2015. "The role of the private sphere in U.S. healthcare entitlements: Increased spending, weakened public mobilization and reduced equity." The Forum 13(1): 119-142.
  • Grogan, Colleen M. 2014. "Medicaid: Designed to grow." In Health Politics and Policy, 5th ed., James A. Morone and Daniel C. Ehlke, eds. Stamford, CT: Delmar Cengage Learning.
  • Grogan, Colleen. 2014. "Public Engagement and the Importance of Content, Purpose, and Timing." Hastings Center Report 44(6): S40-S42.
  • Grogan, Colleen, and Christina Andrews. 2014. "Medicaid." In Oxford Handbook of U.S. Social Policy, Daniel Beland, Christopher Howard, and Kimberly Morgan, eds. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Makelarski, Jennifer A., Stacy T. Lindau, Vanessa D. Fabbre, Colleen M. Grogan, Eugene M. Sadhu, Jonathan C. Silverstein, Thuy Tien T. Tran, Martha Van Haitsma, Eric Whitaker, and Daniel Johnson. 2013. "Are your asset data as good as you think? Conducting a comprehensive census of built assets to improve urban population health." Journal of Urban Health 90(4): 586-601.
  • Mosley, Jennifer E., and Colleen M. Grogan. 2013. "Representation in nonelected participatory processes: How residents understand the role of nonprofit community-based organizations." Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 23(4): 839.
  • Chung, Phillip, Colleen M. Grogan, and Jennifer Mosley. 2012. "Residents’ perceptions of effective community representation in local health decision-making." Social Science and Medicine 74(10): 1652-9.
  • Grogan, Colleen M. 2012. "Behind the jargon: Prevention spending." Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, Themed Issue: Prevention Politics and Public Health Governance 37(2): 329-42.
  • Grogan, Colleen M. 2012. "The hidden strength of prevention politics." Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law, Themed Issue: Prevention Politics and Public Health Governance 37(2): 177-80.
  • O’Doherty, Kieran, Francois-Pierre Gauvin, Colleen Grogan, and Will Friedman. 2012. "Implementing a public deliberative forum." Hastings Center Report 42(2): 20-3.
  • Winitzer, Rebecca F., Joanna Bisgaier, Colleen Grogan, and Karin Rhodes. 2012. "He only takes those types of patients on certain days: Specialty care access for children with special health care needs." Disability and Health Journal 5(1): 26-33.

HANS, SYDNEY

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Samuel Deutsch Professor and Chair of the Doctoral Program. B.S., Cornell; Ph.D., Harvard. Fields of Special Interest: developmental psychopathology; parent–child relationships throughout the life course; impact of parental psychopathology and substance abuse on children; women and violence; adolescent parenting; roles of fathers in families; supportive interventions for infants, young children, and families; prevention; home visiting.

Selected publications:

  • Finger, Brent, Allison Jobin, Victor J. Bernstein, and Sydney Hans. 2017. "Parenting contributors to emerging problem behavior in children of mothers in methadone maintenance treatment." Infant and Child Development.
  • Yazejian, Noreen, Donna M. Bryant, Sydney Hans, Diane Horm, Lisa St. Clair, Nancy File, and Margaret Burchinal. 2017. "Child and parenting outcomes after one year of Educare." Child Development 88(2).
  • Wen, Xiaoli, Jon Korfmacher, and Sydney L. Hans. 2016. "Change over time in young mothers' engagement with a community-bsaed doula home visiting program." Children and Youth Services Review 69: 116-126.
  • Edwards, Renee C., and Sydney L. Hans.  2016. "Prenatal depressive symptoms and toddler behavior problems: The role of maternal sensitivity and child sex." Child Psychiatry and Human Development 47(5): 696-707.
  • Lee, Helen Y., and Sydney L. Hans. 2015. "Prenatal depression and young low-income mothers' perception of their children from pregnancy through early childhood." Infant Behavior and Development 40: 183-192.
  • Bellamy, Jennifer L., Matthew Thullen, and Sydney Hans. 2015. "The effect of low-income unmarried fathers’ presence at birth on involvement." Journal of Marriage and the Family 77(3): 647-661.
  • Edwards, Renee C., and Sydney L. Hans. 2015. "Infant risk factors associated with internalizing, externalizing, and co-occurring behavior problems in young children." Developmental Psychology 51(4): 489-499.
  • Edwards, Renee C., Matthew Thullen, Linda G. Henson, Hae Nim Lee, and Sydney L. Hans. 2015. "The association of breastfeeding initiation with sensitivity, cognitive stimulation, and efficacy among young mothers: A propensity score matching approach." Breastfeeding Medicine 10(1): 13-19.
  • Thullen, Matthew J., Stephen E. McMillin, Jon Korfmacher, Marisha L. Humphries, Jennifer Bellamy, and Sydney Hans. 2014. "Father participation in a community-doula home-visiting intervention with young, African-American mothers." Infant Mental Health Journal 35: 422-434.
  • Edwards, Renee C., Matthew J. Thullen, Jon Korfmacher, John D. Lantos, Linda G. Henson, and Sydney L. Hans. 2013. "Breastfeeding and complementary food: Randomized trial of community doula home visiting." Pediatrics 132: S160-66.
  • Hans, Sydney L., Matthew Thullen, Linda G. Henson, Helen Lee, Renee C. Edwards, and Victor J. Bernstein. 2013. "Promoting positive mother-infant relationships: A randomized trial of community doula support for young mothers." Infant Mental Health Journal, 34(5): 446-57.
  • Edwards, Renee C., Matthew J. Thullen, Nucha Isarowong, Cheng-Shi Shiu, Linda Henson, and Sydney L. Hans. 2012. "Supportive relationships and the trajectory of depressive symptoms among young African American mothers." Journal of Family Psychology 26(4): 585-94.
  • Shimpi, Priya M., Alicia Fedewa, and Sydney Hans. 2012. "Social and linguistic input in low-income African American mother-child dyads from one month through two years: Relations to vocabulary development." Applied Psycholinguistics 33(4): 781-98.
  • Thullen, Matthew, Julia Henly, and Sydney Hans. 2012. "Domain-specific trajectories of involvement among fathers of children born to young, low-income, African-American mothers." Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research 3(3): 129-44.

HENLY, JULIA R.

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Associate Professor. B.A., Wisconsin; M.S.W., Ph.D., Michigan. Fields of Special Interest: family poverty; child care and welfare policy; work-family strategies of low wage workers; work and family policy; informal support networks; employment discrimination.

Selected publications:

  • Henly, Julia R., J. Kim, Heather Sandstrom, Alejandra Ros Pilarz, and Amy Claessens. In press. “What Explains Short Spells on Child Care Subsidies?” Social Service Review.
  • Henly, Julia R., Heather Sandstrom, and Alejandra Ros Pilarz. 2017. “Child care assistance as work-family support: Meeting the economic and caregiving needs of low-income working families in the US.” In M. las Heras, N. Chinchilla, & M. Grau, Eds., Work-Family Balance in Light of Globalization and Technology, 241-262. Newcastle: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.
  • Stanczyk, Alexandra B., Julia R. Henly, and Susan Lambert. 2016. “Enough time for housework?: Low-wage work and desired housework time adjustments.” Journal of Marriage and Family 79(1): 243-260 DOI: 10.1111/jomf.12344
  • Elliott III, William, Julia Henly, Susan J. Lambert, Laura Lein, Jennifer L. Romich, Trina R. Shanks, and Michael Sherraden. 2016. “Policy Recommendations for Meeting the Grand Challenge to Reduce Extreme Economic Inequality.” Policy Brief no. 10. American Academy of Social Work & Social Welfare. (Author order is alphabetical.) https://csd.wustl.edu/Publications/Documents/PB10.pdf
  • Lambert, Susan, Peter J. Fugiel, and Julia R. Henly. 2016. “The realities of unpredictable work schedules for America’s hourly employees.” Research Brief for Scholars Strategy Network. http://www.scholarsstrategynetwork.org/brief/realities-unpredictable-work-schedules-americas-hourly-employees
  • Frank-Miller, Ellen G., Susan J. Lambert, and Julia R. Henly. 2015. "Age, wage, and job placement: Older women’s experiences entering the retail sector." Journal of Women and Aging 27(2): 157-173.
  • Henly, Julia R., and Susan Lambert. 2015. “A Profile of Retail Sales Associates in a Women’s Apparel Firm.” Report of the University of Chicago Work Scheduling Study. https://ssascholars.uchicago.edu/sites/default/files/work-scheduling-study/files/wss_profile_of_retail_sales_associates.pdf
  • Henly, Julia R., Heather Sandstrom, Amy Claessens, Alejandra Ros Pilarz, Julia Gelatt, JaeSeung Kim, and Olivia Healy. 2015. “Determinants of subsidy stability and child care continuity: Final research report for the Illinois/New York Child Care Research Partnership.” Washington, D.C.: Urban Institute. http://www.urban.org/sites/default/files/publication/65686/2000350-Determinants-of-Subsidy-Stability-and-Child-Care-Continuity.pdf
  • Sandstrom, Heather, Jaimie Grazi, and Julia R. Henly. 2015. “Clients’ Recommendations for Improving the Child Care Subsidy Program: Illinois and New York Child Care Research Partnership Research Brief.” Washington, D.C.: Urban Institute. http://www.urban.org/research/publication/clients-recommendations-improving-child-care-subsidy-program
  • Henly, Julia R., and Susan Lambert. 2014. "Unpredictable work timing in retail jobs: Implications for employee work-life outcomes." Industrial and Labor Relations Review 67(3): 986-1016.
  • Lambert, Susan J., Peter Fugiel, and Julia R. Henly. 2014. “Precarious Work Schedules among Early Career Employees in the U.S. Labor Market: A National Snapshot.” Research brief issued by EINet (Employment Instability, Family Well-being, and Social Policy Network) at the University of Chicago. https://ssascholars.uchicago.edu/sites/default/files/work-scheduling-study/files/lambert.fugiel.henly_.precarious_work_schedules.august2014_0.pdf 
  • Lambert, Susan J., Peter Fugiel, and Julia R. Henly. 2014. “Schedule Unpredictability among Early Career Workers in the US Labor Market: A National Snapshot.” Executive Summary of Research brief issued by EINet (Employment Instability, Family Well-being, and Social Policy Network) at the University of Chicago. https://ssascholars.uchicago.edu/sites/default/files/einet/files/lambert.fugiel.henly_.executive_summary.b_0.pdf
  • Lambert, Susan J., and Julia Henly. 2014. “Measuring Precarious Work Schedules.” A working paper for the EINet Measurement Group. University of Chicago.
  • Golden, Lonnie, Julia R. Henly, and Susan Lambert. 2013. "Work schedule flexibility: A contributor to happiness?" Journal of Social Research and Policy 4(2): 107-35. https://ssascholars.uchicago.edu/sites/default/files/einet/files/managingprecariousworkschedules_11.11.2015.pdf
  • Henly, Julia R. 2013. "Theoretical perspectives on the exosystem: The accommodation model." In Preparing Educators to Engage Families: Case Studies Using an Ecological Systems Framework, 3rd ed., Heather B. Weiss, M. Elena Lopez, Holly Kreider, and Celina M. Chatman-Nelson, eds. 70-75. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.
  • Lambert, Susan, and Julia Henly. 2013. "Double jeopardy: The misfit between welfare-to-work requirements and job realities." In Work and the Welfare State: Street-Level Organizations and Workfare Politics, Evelyn Z. Brodkin and Gregory Marston, eds. Washington DC: Georgetown University Press.
  • Lambert, Susan J., Anna Haley-Lock, and Julia R. Henly. 2012. "Schedule flexibility in hourly jobs: Unanticipated consequences and promising directions." Community, Work and Family 15(3): 293-315.
  • Lambert, Susan J., and Julia R. Henly. 2012. "Labour flexibility and precarious employment in hourly retail jobs in the U.S.: How frontline managers matter." In Are Bad Jobs Inevitable? Trends, Determinants and Responses to Job Quality in the Twenty-First Century, Chris Warhurst, Francoise Carré, Patricia Findlay, and Chris Tilly, eds. 143-59. England: Palgrave Macmillan.
  • Ros, Alejandra, Amy Claessens, and Julia R. Henly. 2012. "(In)stability of Child Care Subsidies and Child Care Provider Use: A Preliminary Analysis of Illinois Administrative Records." Report prepared for the Child Care Policy Research Consortium, ACF/DHHS.
  • Thullen, Matthew, Julia Henly, and Sydney Hans. 2012. "Domain-specific trajectories of father involvement among low-income, young, African-American mothers." Journal of the Society of Social Work and Research 3(3): 129-144.

ISMAYILOVA, LEYLA

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Assistant Professor. B.S. and M.Sc. in Psychology, Baku State University; M.S.W, Ph.D., Columbia University. Fields of Special Interest: child and adolescent mental health in the global context; youth risk behaviors; family-based interventions; women's empowerment and health, child welfare and protection, prevention.

Selected publications:

  • Ismayilova, Leyla, Leyla Karimli, Eleni Gaveras, Jo Sanson, Josh Chaffin, Alexice Tô-Camier. In press. "An integrated approach to increasing women’s status and reducing family violence in a West African country: Results of a cluster-randomized controlled trial." Psychology of Violence.
  • Karimli, Leyla, Lucia Rost, Leyla Ismayilova. In press. "Child labor as a risk factor for child health outcomes: Findings from an experimental study among ultra-poor households in Burkina Faso." Journal of Adolescent Health, Special Issue.
  • El-Bassel, Nabila, Louisa Gilbert, Stacey A. Shaw, Gaukhar Mergenova, Assel Terlikbayeva, Sholpan Primbetova, Xin Ma, Mingway Chang, Leyla Ismayilova, Tim Hunt, and Brooke West. 2016. "The Silk Road Health Project: How Mobility and Migration Status Influence HIV Risks among Male Migrant Workers in Central Asia." PloS One 11(3): e0151278.
  • Ismayilova, Leyla, Eleni Gaveras, Austin Blum, Alexice Tô-Camier, Rachel Nanema. 2016. "Maltreatment and mental health outcomes among ultra-poor children in Burkina Faso: A latent class analysis." PLoS ONE. 11(10): e0164790.
  • El-Bassel, Nabila, Stacey A. Shaw, Gaukhar Mergenova, Leyla Ismayilova, Tara McCrimmon, Assel Terlikbayeva, and Louisa Gilbert. 2015. "Masculinities and Social Contexts of HIV Risk Practices Among Central Asian Male Migrant Workers." Journal of AIDS & Clinical Research 6(7): 486.
  • Gilbert, Louisa, Stacey Shaw, Assel Terlikbayeva, Tara McCrimmon, Baurzhan Zhussupov, and Leyla Ismayilova. 2015. "Intimate partner violence and HIV risks among migrant women in Central Asia." Journal of AIDS and Clinical Research 6(3): 428-436.
  • Ismayilova, Leyla. 2015. "Spousal violence in five transitional countries: A population-based multi-level modeling of individual and contextual risk factors." American Journal of Public Health 105(11): e12-e22.
  • El-Bassel, Nabila, Louisa Gilbert, Assel Terlikbayeva, Chris Beyrer, Elwin Wu, Mingway Chang, Tim Hunt, Leyla Ismayilova, Stacey A. Shaw, Sholpan Primbetova, Yelena Rozental, Baurzhan Zhussopov, and Marat Tukeyev. 2014. "Effects of a couple-based intervention to reduce risks for HIV, HCV, and STIs among drug-involved heterosexual couples in Kazakhstan: A randomized controlled trial." JAIDS: Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes 67(2): 196-203.
  • El-Bassel, Nabila, Louisa Gilbert, Assel Terlikbayeva, Chris Beyrer, Elwin Wu, Stacey A. Shaw, Xin Ma, Mingway Chang, Tim Hunt, Leyla Ismayilova, Sholpan Primbetova, Yelena Rozental, and Baurzhan Zhussupov. 2014. "HIV risks among injecting and non-injecting female partners of men who inject drugs in Almaty, Kazakhstan: Implications for HIV prevention, research, and policy." International Journal of Drug Policy 25(6): 1195-1203.
  • Ismayilova, Leyla, and Nabila El-Bassel. 2014. "Intimate partner physical and sexual violence and pregnancy outcomes in the three former Soviet Union countries: Azerbaijan, Moldova, and Ukraine." Violence Against Women 20(6): 633-652.
  • Ismayilova, Leyla, Hae Nim Lee, Stacey Shaw, Nabila El-Bassel, Louisa Gilbert, Assel Terlikbayeva, and Yelena Rozental. 2014. "Mental health and migration: Depression, alcohol abuse, and access to health care among migrants in Central Asia." Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health 16(6): 1138-1148.
  • Ismayilova, Leyla, Fred Ssewamala, and Aytakin Huseynli. 2014. "Reforming child institutional care in the Post-Soviet bloc: The potential role of family-based empowerment strategies." Children and Youth Services Review 47(2): 136-148.
  • Al-Khasawneh, Esra M., Leyla Ismayilova, Vidya Seshan, Olimat Hmoud, and Nabila El-Bassel. 2013. "Predictors of Human Immunodeficiency Virus knowledge among Jordanian youths." SQU Medical Journal 13(2): 232-240.
  • El-Bassel, Nabila, Louisa Gilbert, Assel Terlikbayeva, Elwin Wu, Chris Beyrer, Stacey Shaw, Tim Hunt, Xin Ma, Minway Chang, Leyla Ismayilova, Marat Tukeyev, Baurzhan Zhussupov, and Yelena Rozental. 2013. "HIV among injection drug users and their intimate partners in Almaty, Kazakhstan." AIDS and Behavior 17(7): 2490-2500.
  • Ismayilova, Leyla, and Nabila El-Bassel. 2013. "Prevalence and correlates of intimate partner violence by type and severity: Population-based studies in Azerbaijan, Moldova, and Ukraine." Journal of Interpersonal Violence 28(12): 2521-2556.
  • Ismayilova, Leyla, Hae Nim Lee, Stacey Shaw, Nabila El-Bassel, Louisa Gilbert, Assel Terlikbayeva, and Yelena Rozental. 2013. "Mental health and migration: Depression, alcohol abuse, and access to health care among migrants in Central Asia." Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health. DOI 10.1007/s10903-013-9942-1.
  • Ismayilova, Leyla, Hmoud Olimat, Esra Al-Khasawneh, Stacey Shaw, and Nabila El-Bassel. 2013. "Depressive symptoms among Jordanian youth: Results of a national survey." Community Mental Health Journal 49(1): 133-140.
  • Al-Khasawneh, Esra, Leyla Ismayilova, Hmoud Olimat, and Nabila El-Bassel. 2012. "Social and behavioral HIV/AIDS research in Jordan: A systematic review." Eastern Mediterranean Health Journal 18(5): 487-94.
  • Ismayilova, Leyla, Fred Ssewamala, and Leyla Karimli. 2012. "Family support as a mediator of sexual risk-taking attitudes among orphaned adolescents in rural Uganda." Journal of Adolescent Health 50(3): 228-235.
  • Ismayilova, Leyla, Fred Ssewamala, Elizabeth Mooers, Proscovia Nabunya, and Srividya Sheshadri. 2012. "Imagining the future: Community perceptions of a family-based economic empowerment intervention for AIDS-orphaned adolescents in Uganda." Children and Youth Services Review 34(10): 2042-2051.
  • Janevic, Teresa, Sarah W. Pallas, Leyla Ismayilova, and Elizabeth H. Bradley. 2012. "Individual and community level socioeconomic inequalities in contraceptive use in 10 Newly Independent States: A multilevel cross-sectional analysis." International Journal for Equity in Health 11(1): 69.
  • Karimli, Leyla, Fred Ssewamala, and Leyla Ismayilova. 2012. "Extended families and perceived caregiver support to AIDS orphans in Rakai district of Uganda." Children and Youth Services Review 34(7): 1351-58.
  • Ssewamala, Fred M., Torsten B. Neilands, Jane Waldfogel, and Leyla Ismayilova. 2012. "The impact of a comprehensive microfinance intervention on depression levels of AIDS-orphaned children in Uganda." Journal of Adolescent Health 50(4): 346-352.

JOHNSON JR., WALDO E.

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Associate Professor. B.A., Mercer; M.S.W., Michigan; Ph.D., Chicago. Fields of Special Interest: male roles and involvement in African American families; nonresident fathers in fragile families; the physical and psychosocial health statuses of African American males.

Selected publications:

  • Johnson Jr., Waldo E. In press. "Masculinity and sexual identity: Making meaning of paternal identity among young African American males." Journal of African American Men.
  • Johnson Jr., Waldo E., and James McKinney. In press. "Transcending individual achievement and organizational pursuits: A twentieth century public policy framework for African Americans." In Alpha Phi Alpha and the Crisis of Organizational Identity: A Case Study Within Black Greekdom, Gregory S. Parks and Stefan M. Bradley, eds. Lexington, KY: University Press of Kentucky.
  • Johnson Jr., Waldo E., Jeffrey Shears, and Armon R. Perry. In press. "Paternal involvement among African American fathers: Evidence from the early Head Start and Fragile Families and Child Well-being study." Research on Social Work Practice.
  • Perry, A., and Waldo E. Johnson, Jr. 2017. “African American Fathers.” In Fathers in America: Social Work Perspectives on a Changing Society, C. Mazza and A. Perry, eds. Springfield, IL: C. C. Thomas.
  • Johnson Jr., Waldo E. 2014. "Black masculinity, manhood, and marriage." In By Grace: The Challenges, Strengths, and Promise of African American Marriages, Tricia B. Bent-Goodley, ed. Washington DC: NASW Press.
  • Richardson, Joseph B., Waldo E. Johnson Jr., and Christopher St. Vil. 2014. "I want him locked up: Social capital, African American parenting strategies and the juvenile court." Journal of Contemporary Ethnography 43(4): 488-522.
  • St. Vil, Noelle M., Christopher St. Vil, and Waldo E. Johnson Jr. 2014. "Marriage diversity in the African American community." In By Grace: The Challenges, Strengths, and Promise of African American Marriages, Tricia B. Bent-Goodley, ed. Washington DC: NASW Press.

LAMBERT, SUSAN J.

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Associate Professor. M.S.W., Ph.D., Michigan. Fields of Special Interest: hourly jobs and low-wage workers; workplace flexibility; work and family issues; social policy and the labor market; organizational theory and development.

Selected publications:

  • Stanczyk, Alexandra B., Julia R. Henly, and Susan J. Lambert. 2017. “Enough Time for Housework? Low-Wage Work and Desired Housework Time Adjustments.” Journal of Marriage and Family 79(1): 243-260.
  • Frank, Ellen G., Susan J. Lambert, and Julia R. Henly. 2015. "Age, wage, and job placement: Older women’s experiences entering the retail sector." Journal of Women and Aging 27(2): 157-173.
  • Hilton, Timothy, and Susan J. Lambert. 2015. "Employers’ use of labor market intermediaries in filling low-level jobs: Sorting disadvantaged job seekers and employment opportunities." Journal of Poverty 19: 153-176.
  • Henly, Julia R., and Susan Lambert. 2014. "Unpredictable work timing in retail jobs: Implications for employee work-life outcomes." Industrial and Labor Relations Review 67(3): 986-1016.
  • Lambert, Susan J. 2014. "The limits of voluntary employer action for improving low-level jobs." In Working and Living in the Shadow of Economic Fragility, Marion Crain and Michael Sherraden, eds. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Golden, Lonnie, Julia R. Henly, and Susan Lambert. 2013. "Work schedule flexibility for workers: A path to employee happiness?" Journal of Social Research and Policy 2(4): 107-134.
  • Lambert, Susan J. 2013. "Avoiding over-optimization in Workforce Optimization Systems." In Workforce Asset Management Book of Knowledge, Lisa Disselkamp, ed. New Jersey: John Wiley & Sons.
  • Lambert, Susan, and Julia Henly. 2013. "Double jeopardy: The misfit between welfare-to-work requirements and job realities." In Work and the Welfare State: Street-Level Organizations and Workfare Politics, Evelyn Z. Brodkin and Gregory Marston, eds. Washington DC: Georgetown University Press.
  • Lambert, Susan J. 2012. "'Opting in' to full labor force participation in hourly jobs." In Women Who Opt Out: The Debate Over Working Mothers and Work-Family Balance, Bernie D. Jones, ed. 87-102. New York: New York University Press.
  • Lambert, Susan J., Anna Haley-Lock, and Julia R. Henly. 2012. "Schedule flexibility in hourly jobs: Unanticipated consequences and promising directions." Community, Work and Family 15(3): 293-315.
  • Lambert, Susan J., and Julia R. Henly. 2012. "Labour flexibility and precarious employment in hourly retail jobs in the U.S.: How frontline managers matter." In Are Bad Jobs Inevitable? Trends, Determinants and Responses to Job Quality in the Twenty-First Century, Chris Warhurst, Francoise Carré, Patricia Findlay, and Chris Tilly, eds. 143-59. England: Palgrave Macmillan.

LUDWIG, JENS

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McCormick Foundation Professor of Social Service Administration, Law, and Public Policy. B.A., Rutgers; Ph.D., Duke. Fields of Special Interest: urban poverty, education, crime, and housing.

Selected publications:

  • Congdon, William J., Jeffrey R. Kling, Jens Ludwig, and Sendhil Mullainathan. 2017. “Social Policy: Mechanism Experiments and Policy Evaluations.” Handbook of Economic Field Experiments 2: 389-426.
  • Heller, Sara B., Anuj K. Shah, Jonathan Guryan, Jens Ludwig, Sendhil Mullainathan, Harold A. Pollack. 2017. “Thinking, Fast and Slow? Some Field Experiments to Reduce Crime and Dropout in Chicago.” Quarterly Journal of Economics 132(1): 1-54.
  • Cook, Philip J., Richard J. Harris, Jens Ludwig, and Harold A. Pollack. 2015. "Some sources of crime guns in Chicago: Dirty dealers, straw purchases, and traffickers." Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 104(4): 717-759.
  • Cook, Philip J., Songman Kang, Anthony Braga, Jens Ludwig, and Mallory O’Brien. 2015. "An experimental evaluation of a comprehensive employment-oriented prisoner re-entry program." Journal of Quantitative Criminology 10.1007/s10940-014-9242-5.
  • Jacob, Brian, Max Kapustin, and Jens Ludwig. 2015. "The impact of housing assistance on child outcomes: Evidence from a randomized housing lottery." Quarterly Journal of Economics 10.1093/qje/qju030.
  • Kessler, Ronald C., Greg J. Duncan, Lisa A. Gennetian, Lawrence F. Katz, Jeffrey R. Kling, Nancy A. Sampson, Lisa Sanbonmatsu, Alan M. Zaslavsky, and Jens Ludwig. 2014. "Associations of housing mobility interventions for children in high poverty neighborhoods with subsequent mental disorders during adolescence." Journal of the American Medical Association 311(9): 937-47.
  • Gibbs, Chloe, Jens Ludwig, and Douglas L. Miller. 2013. "'Does Head Start do any lasting good?'" In Legacies of The War on Poverty, Martha Bailey and Sheldon Danziger, eds. 39-65 New York: Russell Sage Foundation. (Also released as NBER Working Paper 17452).
  • Jacob, Brian, Jens Ludwig, and Douglas L. Miller. 2013. "The effects of housing and neighborhood conditions on child mortality." Journal of Health Economics 32(1): 195-206.
  • Ludwig, Jens, Greg J. Duncan, Lisa A. Gennetian, Lawrence F. Katz, Ronald C. Kessler, Jeffrey R. Kling, and Lisa Sanbonmatsu. 2013. "Long-term neighborhood effects on low-income families: Evidence from Moving to Opportunity." American Economic Review, Papers and Proceedings 103(2): 226-31.
  • Ludwig, Jens, Jeffrey R. Kling, and Sendhil Mullainathan. 2013. "Mechanism experiments for crime policy." In Lessons from the Economics of Crime, Philip J. Cook, Stephen Machin, Olivier Marie, and Giovanni Mastrobuoni, eds. 67-92. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.
  • Olsen, Edgar O., and Jens Ludwig. 2013. "Housing and urban development policies in the War on Poverty." In Legacies of the War on Poverty, Martha Bailey and Sheldon Danziger, eds. 206-234. New York: Russell Sage Foundation.
  • Owens, Emily G., and Jens Ludwig. 2013. "Using regression discontinuity designs in crime research." In Experimental Criminology: Prospects for Advancing Science and Public Policy, Brandon C. Welsh, Anthony A. Braga, and Gerben J. N. Bruinsma, eds. 194-222. New York: Cambridge University Press.
  • Sciandra, Matthew, Lisa Sanbonmatsu, Greg J. Duncan, Lisa A. Gennetian, Lawrence F. Katz, Ronald C. Kessler, Jeffrey R. Kling, and Jens Ludwig. 2013. "Long-term effects of the Moving to Opportunity residential-mobility experiment on crime and delinquency." Journal of Experimental Criminology 9(4): 451-89.
  • Yoshikawa, Hirokazu, Christina Weiland, Jeanne Brooks-Gunn, Margaret R. Burchinal, Linda M. Espinosa, William T. Gormley, Jens Ludwig, Katherine A. Magnuson, Deborah Phillips, and Martha J. Zaslow. 2013. Investing in Our Future: The Evidence Base on Preschool Education. Foundation for Child Development/Society for Research on Adolescence Research Brief.
  • Figlio, David, and Jens Ludwig. 2012. "Sex, drugs, and Catholic schools: Private schooling and non-market adolescent behaviors." German Economic Review 13(4): 385-415.
  • Gennetian, Lisa A., Matthew Sciandra, Lisa Sanbonmatsu, Jens Ludwig, Lawrence F. Katz, Greg J. Duncan, Jeffrey R. Kling, and Ronald C. Kessler. 2012. "The long-term effects of Moving to Opportunity on youth outcomes." Cityscape 14(2): 137-67.
  • Jacob, Brian A., and Jens Ludwig. 2012. "The effects of housing assistance on labor supply: Evidence from a voucher lottery." American Economic Review 102(1): 272-304.
  • Ludwig, Jens, and Julia Burdick-Will. 2012. "Poverty deconcentration and the prevention of crime." In The Oxford Handbook of Crime Prevention, David P. Farrington and Brandon C. Welsh, eds. 189-206. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Ludwig, Jens, Greg J. Duncan, Lisa A. Gennetian, Lawrence F. Katz, Ronald C. Kessler, Jeffrey R. Kling, and Lisa Sanbonmatsu. 2012. "Neighborhood effects on the long-term well-being of low-income adults." Science 337(6101): 1505-10.
  • Sanbonmatsu, Lisa, Jordan Marvakov, Nicholas A. Potter, Fanghua Yang, Emma Adam, William J. Congdon, Greg J. Duncan, Lisa A. Gennetian, Lawrence F. Katz, Jeffrey R. Kling, Ronald C. Kessler, Stacy Tessler Lindau, Jens Ludwig, and Thomas W. McDade. 2012. "The long-term effects of Moving to Opportunity on adult health and economic self-sufficiency." Cityscape 14(2): 109-36.

MARSH, JEANNE C.

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George Herbert Jones Distinguished Service Professor. B.A., Michigan State; M.S.W., Ph.D., Michigan. Fields of Special Interest: services for women and families; service integration in service delivery; social program and policy evaluation; knowledge utilization in practice and program decision making.

Selected publications:

  • Marsh, Jeanne C., and Mary Bunn. In press. "The role of relationship as an active ingredient in social work practice." In Social Work Science: Towards a New Identity, J. Brekke & J. Anastas, eds. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Marsh, Jeanne C. MAJOR WORK IN SOCIAL WORK RESEARCH, Thematic Essay 1: Developing Trajectory of Social Work Research and the Profession 1: 3-9.
  • Marsh, Jeanne C. MAJOR WORK IN SOCIAL WORK RESEARCH Thematic Essay 2: Purposes and Key Concepts in Social Work Research 1: 137-141.
  • Bersamira, Clifford, Yu-An Lin, Keunhye Park, and Jeanne C. Marsh. 2017. "Drug use among Asian Americans: Differentiating use by acculturation status and gender." Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 79: 76-81.
  • Kreisberg, Nicole, and Jeanne C. Marsh. 2015. "Social Work Knowledge Production and Utilization: An international comparison." British Journal of Social Work 46(3): 599-618. 
  • Marsh, Jeanne C., and Martena Reed. 2015. "Social work science and knowledge utilization." Research on Social Work Practice 26(1): 1-9.
  • Shaw, Ian, Mark Hardy, and Jeanne C. Marsh, eds. 2015. Social Work Research 1-4. London: SAGE.
  • Guerrero, Erick, Jeanne C. Marsh, Dingcai Cao, Hee-Choon Shin, and Christina M. Andrews. 2014. "Gender disparities in utilization and outcome of comprehensive substance abuse treatment among racial/ethnic groups." Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 46(5): 584-91.
  • Marsh, Jeanne C. 2014. "Thinking fast and slow about causality: Response to Palinkas." Research on Social Work Practice 24(5): 548-51.
  • Andrews, Christina M., Hee-Choon Shin, Jeanne C. Marsh, and Dingcai Cao. 2013. "Client and program characteristics associated with wait time to substance abuse treatment entry." American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse 39(1): 61-8.
  • Guerrero, Erick G., Jeanne C. Marsh, Lei Duan, Christine Oh, Brian Perron, and Benedict Lee. 2013. "Disparities in completion of substance abuse treatment between and within racial and ethnic groups." Health Services Research 48(4): 1-18.
  • Guerrero, Erick G., Jeanne C. Marsh, Tenie Khachikian, Hortensia Amaro, and William A. Vega. 2013. "Disparities in Latino substance use, service use, and treatment: Implications for culturally and evidence-based interventions under health care reform." Drug and Alcohol Dependence 133(3): 805-13.
  • Hardesty, Melissa, Dingcai Cao, Hee-Choon Shin, Christina M. Andrews, and Jeanne C. Marsh. 2012. "Social and health service use and treatment outcomes for sexual minorities in a national sample of substance abuse treatment programs." Journal of Gay and Lesbian Social Services 24(2): 97-118.
  • Marsh, Jeanne C. 2012. "Learning by intervening: Examining the intersection of research and practice." In From Task-Centered Social Work to Evidence-Based and Integrative Practice: Reflections on History and Implementation, Tina L. Rzepnicki, Stanley G. McCracken, and Harold E. Briggs, eds. Chicago: Lyceum Books.
  • Marsh, Jeanne C. 2012. "Response: From fish and bicycles to a science of social work." Research on Social Work Practice 22(5): 465-7.
  • Marsh, Jeanne C., Beth Angell, Christina M. Andrews, and Ashley Curry. 2012. "Client-provider relationship and treatment outcome: A systematic review of substance abuse, child welfare, and mental health services research." Journal of the Society for Social Work and Research 3(4): 233-67.

MARWELL, NICOLE P.

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Associate Professor. A.B., Columbia; A.M., Ph.D., Chicago. Fields of Special Interest: urban governance, with a focus on the diverse intersections between nonprofit organizations, government bureaucracies, and politics. 

Selected publications:

  • Marwell, Nicole P. In press. “Rethinking the State in Loic Wacquant’s Urban Outcasts.” Urban Studies.
  • Marwell, Nicole P., and Thad Calabrese. 2015. “A Deficit Model of Collaborative Governance: Government-Nonprofit Fiscal Relations in the Provision of Child Welfare Services.” Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory. First published online November 24, 2014 doi:10.1093/jopart/muu047
  • Marwell, Nicole P. and Aaron Gullickson. 2013. “Inequality in the Spatial Allocation of Social Services: Government Contracts to New York City Nonprofit Organizations.” Social Service Review 87: 319-353.
  • Marwell, Nicole P. and Michael McQuarrie. 2013. “People, Place and System: Organizations and the Renewal of Urban Social Theory.” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Sciences 126-143.

MCCRACKEN, STANLEY G.

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Lecturer. A.B., Northwest Nazarene College; A.M., Ph.D., Chicago. Fields of Special Interest: mental health; substance abuse; co-occurring disorders; behavioral pharmacology; multicultural mental health; aging; spirituality in social work practice; dissemination and implementation of evidence-based practice.

Selected publications:

  • McCracken, Stanley G. 2012. "Alzheimer’s disease and other dementias." In Oxford Bibliographies Online: Social Work, Edward Mullen, ed. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • McCracken, Stanley G., Elisabeth Kinnel, Fred Steffen, Margaret Vimont, and Charlotte Mallon. 2012. "Implementing and sustaining evidence-based practice: Case example of leadership, organization, infrastructure, and consultation." In From Task-Centered Social Work to Evidence-Based and Integrative Practice: Reflections on History and Implementation, Tina L. Rzepnicki, Stanley G. McCracken, and Harold E. Briggs, eds. 111-35. Chicago: Lyceum Books.
  • Rzepnicki, Tina L., Stanley G. McCracken, and Harold E. Briggs, eds. 2012. From Task-Centered Social Work to Evidence-Based and Integrative Practice: Reflections on History and Implementation. Chicago: Lyceum Books.

MCMILLEN, J. CURTIS

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Professor. B.A., Trinity, San Antonio; M.S.W., Oklahoma; Ph.D., Maryland. Fields of Special Interest: mental health services, child welfare clients, older youth leaving the foster care system.

Selected publications:

  • Lee, Bethany R., and J. Curtis McMillen. 2017. “Pathways Forward for Embracing Evidence-Based Practice in Group Care Settings.” Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders 25(1): 16-27.
  • Powell, Byron J., Rinad S. Beidas, Cara C. Lewis, Gregory A. Aarons, J. Curtis McMillen, Enola K. Proctor, and David S. Mandell. 2017. “Methods to Improve the Selection and Tailoring of Implementation Strategies.” The Journal of Behavioral Health Services and Research 44(2): 177-194.
  • Spielfogel, Jill E., and J. Curtis McMillen. 2017. “Current use of de-escalation strategies: Similarities and differences in de-escalation across professions.” Social Work in Mental Health 15(3): 232-248.
  • McMillen, J. Curtis, Kristin M. Hawley, and Enola K. Proctor. 2016. "Mental health clinicians' participation in web-based training for an evidence supported intervention: Signs of encouragement and trouble ahead." Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research 43(4) 592-603. doi: 10.1007/s10488-015-0645-x.
  • McMillen, J. Curtis, and Matthew Raffol. 2016. "Characterizing the quality workforce in private U.S. child and family behavioral health agencies." Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research 43(5): 750-759. doi:10.1007/s10488-015-0667-4.
  • Narendorf, Sarah C., J. Curtis McMillen, and Karen M. Oshima. 2016. "Affect dysregulation in older foster youth." Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders 24(4): 211-222. doi: 10.1177/1063426615591791.
  • McMillen, J. Curtis, Sarah C. Narendorf, Debra Robinson, Judy Havlicek, Nicole Fedoravicius, Julie Bertram, and David McNelly. 2015. "Development and piloting of a treatment foster care program for older youth with psychiatric problems." Child and Adolescent Psychiatry and Mental Health 9:23doi:10.1186/s13034-015-0057-4.
  • Proctor, Enola, Douglas Luke, Annaliese Calhoun, J. Curtis McMillen, Ross Brownson, Stacey McCrary, and Margaret Padek. 2015. "Sustainability of evidence-based health care: Research agenda, methodological advances, and infrastructure support." Implementation Science 10:88. doi: 10.1186/s13012-015-0274-5.
  • Scott, Lionel D., J. Curtis McMillen, and Lonnie R. Snowden. 2015. "Informal and formal help seeking among older black male foster care youth and alumni." Journal of Child and Family Studies 24(2): 264-277. doi: 10.1007/s10826-013-9832-0.
  • McMillen, J. Curtis, Colleen Cary Katz, and Emily J. Claypool. 2014. "An emotion regulation framework for child welfare intervention and programming." Social Service Review 88(3): 443-68.
  • Bertram, Julie E., Sarah Carter Narendorf, and J. Curtis McMillen. 2013. "Pioneering the psychiatric nurse role in foster care." Archives of Psychiatric Nursing 27(6): 285-92.
  • Oshima, Karen M., Sarah Carter Narendorf, and J. Curtis McMillen. 2013. "Pregnancy risk among older youth transitioning out of foster care." Children and Youth Services Review 35(10): 1760-65.
  • Powell, Byron J., Carolina Hausmann-Stabile, and J. Curtis McMillen. 2013. "Mental health clinicians’ experiences of implementing evidence-based treatments." Journal of Evidence-Based Social Work 10(5): 396-409.
  • Proctor, Enola K., Byron J. Powell, and J. Curtis McMillen. 2013. "Implementation strategies: Recommendations for specifying and reporting." Implementation Science 8: 139.
  • Scott Jr., Lionel D., J. Curtis McMillen, and Lonnie R. Snowden. 2013. "Informal and formal help seeking among older black male foster care youth and alumni." Journal of Child and Family Studies 24(2): 264-277. doi:10.1007/s10826-013-9832-0.
  • Zayas, Luis E., J. Curtis McMillen, Madeline Y. Lee, and Samantha J. Books. 2013. "Challenges to quality assurance and improvement efforts in behavioral health organizations: A qualitative assessment." Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research 40(3): 190-8.
  • Cary, Colleen E., and J. Curtis McMillen. 2012. "The data behind the dissemination: A systematic review of trauma-focused cognitive behavioral therapy for use with children and youth." Children and Youth Services Review 34(4): 748-57.
  • Havlicek, Judy, J. Curtis McMillen, Nicole Fedoravicious, David McNelly, and Debra Robinson. 2012. "Conceptualizing the step-down for foster youth approaching adulthood: Perceptions of service providers, caseworkers, and foster parents." Children and Youth Services Review 34(12): 2327-36.
  • McMillen, J. Curtis. 2012. "Social service delivery settings." In Dissemination and Implementation Research in Health: Translating Science to Practice, Ross C. Brownson, Graham A. Colditz, and Enola Proctor, eds. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Narendorf, Sarah Carter, Nicole Fedoravicius, J. Curtis McMillen, David McNelly, and Debra R. Robinson. 2012. "Stepping down and and stepping in: Youth’s perspectives on making the transition from residential treatment to treatment foster care." Children and Youth Services Review 34(1): 43-9.
  • Powell, Byron J., J. Curtis McMillen, Enola K. Proctor, Chris R. Carpenter, Richard T. Griffey, Alicia C. Bunger, Joseph E. Glass, and Jennifer L. York. 2012. "A compilation of strategies for implementing clinical innovations in health and mental health." Medical Care Research and Review 69(2): 123-57.

MILLER, REUBEN J.

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Assistant Professor. B.A., Chicago State; A.M., Chicago; Ph.D., Loyola Chicago. Fields of Special Interest: crime, crime policy, and criminal justice; poverty and income; race, ethnicity, and culture; welfare. 

  • Assari, S., Reuben Miller, R. Taylor, D. Mouzon, V. Keith, and L. Chatters. 2017. "Discrimination Fully Mediates the Effects of Incarceration History on Depressive Symptoms and Psychological Distress Among African American Men." Journal of Racial and Ethnic Health Disparities doi: 10.1007/s40615-017-0364-y
  • Miller, Reuben, and G. Purifoye. 2016. “Carceral devolution and the transformation of urban poverty in the United States.” In M. Inderblitzen, R. Meek, and L. Abrams (Eds). The Voluntary Sector in Prisons: Encouraging Institutional and Personal Change.
  • Patton, D., Reuben Miller, J. Garbarino, A. Gale, and E. Kornfeld. 2016. "Hardiness Scripts: High-Achieving African American Boys In A Chicago Charter School Navigating Community Violence And School." Journal of Community Psychology 44(5): 638-655.
  • Stuart, F., and Reuben Miller. 2016. “The Prisonized Old Head: Intergenerational Socialization and the Fusion of Ghetto and Prison Culture.” Journal of Contemporary Ethnography. 
  • Watkins, D., D. Patton, and Reuben Miller. 2016. “The state of boys and men of color post-Ferguson.” Journal of Men’s Studies.
  • Miller, Reuben, J. Miller, J. Zeleskov Djoric, and D. Patton. 2015. Baldwin’s Mill: Race, Carceral Expansion and the Pedagogy of Repression, 1965-2015. Humanity and Society 39(4): 456-475.
  • Miller, Reuben, D. Patton, and E. Williams. 2015. “Rethinking Reentry.” Offender Programs Report 19(1).
  • Patton, D. and Reuben Miller. 2015. “Examining the relationship between adolescent violence exposure and adulthood violence perpetration among urban black and African American men.” American Academy of Violence and Abuse Research Reviews.
  • Miller, Reuben. 2014. “Devolving the carceral state: Race, prisoner reentry and the micro-politics of urban poverty management.” Punishment and Society 16(3): 305-335.
  • Miller, Reuben. 2013. “Race, hyper incarceration and U.S. poverty policy in historical perspective.” Sociology Compass 7(7): 573-589.
  • Nkansa-Amankra, Stephen, Samuel Agbanu and Reuben Miller. 2013. “Disparities in health, poverty, incarceration and social justice among racial groups in the United States: A critical review.” International Journal of Health Services 43 (2): 217-240.
  • Miller, Reuben, and Stephen Haymes. 2012. “Poverty, incarceration: A brief introduction.” Journal of Poverty: Innovations on Social, Political and Economic Inequalities 16(3): 233-235.
  • Miller, Reuben, and Stephen Haymes. (Eds). 2012. “Poverty, incarceration: Managing the poor in the neoliberal age.” Journal of Poverty 16(4).
  • Miller, Reuben, and Frances Fox Piven. 2012. Poor people’s movements and the power to disrupt: An interview with Frances Fox Piven.” Journal of Poverty: Innovations on Social, Political and Economic Inequalities 16(3): 363-373.

MOSLEY, JENNIFER E.

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Associate Professor. B.A., Reed; M.S.W., Ph.D., California-Los Angeles. Fields of Special Interest: non-profit and human service organizations; policy advocacy and lobbying; government-nonprofit relations; civic engagement; policy formulation and implementation; philanthropy.

Selected publications:

  • Mosley, Jennifer E., and Katherine Gibson. In press. "Strategic Use of Evidence in State Level Policymaking: Matching Evidence Type to Legislative Goals." Policy Sciences.
  • Park, S. Ethan, and Jennifer E. Mosley. In press. “Nonprofit Growth and Decline During Economic Uncertainty." Human Service Organizations: Management, Leadership, & Governance.
  • Park, S. Ethan, Jennifer E. Mosley, and Colleen M. Grogan. In press. “Do Residents of Low Income Communities Trust Organizations to Speak on Their Behalf? Differences by Organizational Type.” Urban Affairs Review.
  • Mosley, Jennifer E. 2017. "Yes, Macro Practice Matters: Embracing the Complexity of Real World Social Work." Human Service Organizations: Management, Leadership, Governance 41(1): 10-12.
  • Mosley, Jennifer E., and Jade Wong. 2017. "Contexts and Settings: Nonprofit Agencies and Organizations." In The Encyclopedia of Social Work Online, C. Franklin, ed. New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Mosley, Jennifer E. 2016. "Policy Advocacy." In The Encyclopedia of American Governance, Stephen Schechter, Thomas S. Vontz, Thomas A. Birkland, Mark A. Graber, and John J. Patrick, eds., 48-50. Farmington Hills, MI: Macmillan Reference USA.
  • Mosley, Jennifer E. 2015. "Nonprofit Organizations' Involvement in Participatory Processes: The Need for Democratic Accountability." Nonprofit Policy Forum 7(1): 77-83. 
  • Mosley, Jennifer E., and Joseph Galaskiewicz. 2015. "The Relationship Between Philanthropic Foundation Funding and State-Level Policy in the Era of Welfare Reform." Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 44(6): 1225-1254.
  • Lux, Kimberly, and Jennifer E. Mosley. 2014. "Cross-sector collaboration in the pursuit of social change: Organizations addressing sex trafficking in West Bengal." International Social Work 57(1): 19-26.
  • Mosley, Jennifer E. 2014. "Collaboration, public-private intermediary organizations, and the transformation of advocacy in the field of homeless services." American Review of Public Administration 44(3): 291-308.
  • Mosley, Jennifer E. 2014. "From Skid Row to the Statehouse: How nonprofit homeless service providers overcome barriers to advocacy involvement." In Nonprofits and Advocacy: Engaging Community and Government in an Era of Retrenchment, Steven R. Smith and Robert Pekkanen, eds. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.
  • Mosley, Jennifer E. 2013. "The beliefs of homeless service managers about policy advocacy: Definitions, legal understanding, and motivations to participate." Administration in Social Work 37(1): 1-17.
  • Mosley, Jennifer E. 2013. "Recognizing new opportunities: Reconceptualizing policy advocacy in everyday organizational practice." Social Work 58(3): 231-9.
  • Mosley, Jennifer E., and Colleen M. Grogan. 2013. "Representation in nonelected participatory processes: How residents understand the role of nonprofit community-based organizations." Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory. doi:10.1093/jopart/mus043.
  • Chung, Philip, Colleen M. Grogan, and Jennifer E. Mosley. 2012. "Residents’ perceptions of effective community representation in local health decision-making." Social Science and Medicine 74(10): 1652-9.
  • Mosley, Jennifer E. 2012. "Keeping the lights on: How government funding concerns drive the advocacy agendas of nonprofit homeless service providers." Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 22(4): 841-66.
  • Mosley, Jennifer E., and Mark E. Courtney. 2012. Partnership and the Politics of Care: Advocates’ Role in Passing and Implementing California’s Law to Extend Foster Care. Chicago: Chapin Hall at the University of Chicago.
  • Mosley, Jennifer E., Matthew P. Maronick, and Hagai Katz. 2012. "How organizational characteristics affect the adaptive tactics used by human service nonprofit managers confronting financial uncertainty." Nonprofit Management and Leadership 22(3): 281-303.

POLLACK, HAROLD A.

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Helen Ross Professor. B.S.E., Princeton; M.P.P., Ph.D., Harvard. Fields of Special Interest: substance abuse policy, health policy, crime prevention, intellectual disability. 

Selected publications:

  • Pollack, Harold. A. In press. "Prevention, public health, and health reform." Journal of Health Politics, Policy, and Law.
  • Pollack, Harold. A. In press. "Problematic substance use and crime: The alcohol challenge and the opportunity of health reform," Michael Tonry and Daniel Nagin, eds. Crime and Justice 46.
  • D'Aunno, Thomas, Harold A. Pollack, Qixuan Chen, and Peter D. Friedmann. 2017. "Linkages Between Patient-Centered Medical Homes and Addiction Treatment Organizations: Results from a National Survey." Medical Care 55(4): 379-383.
  • Feinstein, Rebecca, and Harold A. Pollack. 2016. "We Don't Have a Plan. We Should Be Working On a Plan: Obstacles to Caregiver Transition Planning for Individuals with Fragile X Syndrome." Social Service Review 90(3): 464-514
  • Heller, Sara B., Anuj K. Shah, Jonathan Guryan, Jens Ludwig, Sendhil Mullainathan, and Harold A. Pollack. 2016. "Thinking, fast and slow? Some field experiments to reduce crime and dropout in Chicago." Quarterly Journal of Economics 132(1): 1-54. 
  • Jost, Timothy, and Harold A. Pollack. 2016. "Making health care truly affordable after health reform." Journal of Law, Medicine, and Ethics 44(4): 546-554
  • Olen, Helaine, and Harold A. Pollack. 2016. The Index Card: Why Personal Finance Doesn't Have to be Complicated. New York: Penguin Random House.
  • Andrews, Christina M., Amanda Abraham, Colleen M. Grogan, Harold A. Pollack, Clifford Bersamira, Keith Humphreys, and Peter Friedmann. 2015. "Despite resources from the ACA, most states do little to help addiction treatment programs implement health care reform." Health Affairs 34(5): 828-835.
  • Andrews, Christina, Colleen M. Grogan, Marianne Brennan, and Harold A. Pollack. 2015. "Lessons from Medicaid's Divergent Paths on Mental Health and Addiction Services." Health Affairs 34(7): 1131-1138.
  • Cook, Philip J., Richard J. Harris, Jens Ludwig, and Harold A. Pollack. 2015. "Some sources of crime guns in Chicago: Dirty dealers, straw purchasers, and traffickers." Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology 104(4): 717-758.
  • Cook, Philip J., S. T. Parker, and Harold A. Pollack. 2015. "Sources of guns to dangerous people: What we learn by asking them." Preventative Medicine 79: 28-36. doi: 10.1016/j.ypmed.2015.04.021.
  • Parish, Carrigan L., Margaret R. Pereyra, Harold A. Pollack, Gabriel Cardenas, Pedro C. Castellon, Stephen N. Abel, Richard Singer, and Lisa R. Metsch. 2015. "Screening for substance misuse in the dental care setting: Findings from a nationally representative survey of dentists." Addiction 110(9): 1516-1523. doi: 10.1111/add.13004.
  • Pollack, Harold A. 2015. "Medicare for All—If It Were Politically Possible—Would Necessarily Replicate the Defects of Our Current System." Journal of Health Politics, Policy, and Law 40(4): 921-929.
  • Andrews, Christine M., Thomas A. D'Aunno, Harold A. Pollack, and Peter D. Friedmann. 2014. "Adoption of evidence-based clinical innovations: The case of buprenorphine use by opioid treatment programs." Medical Care Research and Review 71(1): 43-60.
  • D'Aunno, Thomas, Pollack, Harold A., Jemima A. Frimpong, and David Wuchiet. 2014. "Evidence-based treatment for opioid disorders: A 23-year national study of methadone dose levels." Journal of Substance Abuse Treatment 47(4): 245-250.
  • D’Aunno, Thomas, Harold A. Pollack, Lan Jiang, Lisa R. Metsch, and Peter D. Friedmann. 2014. "HIV testing in the nation’s opioid treatment programs, 2005-2011: The role of regulations." Health Services Research 49(1): 230-48.
  • Jannat-Khah, Deanna P., Jennifer McNeely, Margaret R. Pereyra, Carrigan Parish, Harold A. Pollack, Jamie Ostroff, Lisa Metsch, and Donna R. Shelley. 2014. "Dentists' self-perceived role in offering tobacco cessation services: Results from a nationally representative survey, United States, 2010-2011." Preventing Chronic Disease 11(E196): 1-12.
  • Knotek, Steve E., Harold Pollack, and Megan McVea. 2014. "Utilizing sports programs to enhance urban youth's social emotional learning," Keith Gilbert and K. McPhearson, eds. Urban Sports Development. London, U.K.
  • Pollack, Harold A., and Peter Reuter. 2014. "Does tougher enforcement make drugs more expensive?" Addiction 109(12):1959-1966.
  • Pollack, Harold A. 2013. "Changes in the British National Health Service." Journal of Health Politics, Policy, and Law 38(4): 847.
  • Pollack, Harold A. 2013. "Coverage of whole genome sequencing in the Affordable Care Act." Journal of Health Politics, Policy, and Law 39(1): 237-38.
  • Pollack, Harold A. 2013. "State Medicaid policy and health reform." Journal of Health Politics, Policy, and Law 38(1): 161-63.
  • Sevigny, Eric L., Harold A. Pollack, and Peter Reuter. 2013. "Can drug courts help to reduce prison and jail populations?" Annals of the Academy for Political and Social Sciences 647: 19.
  • Sonfield, Adam, and Harold A. Pollack. 2013. "The Affordable Care Act and reproductive health: Potential gains and serious challenges." Journal of Health Politics, Policy, and Law 38(2): 373-91.
  • Pollack, Harold A. 2012. "All-payer state systems." Journal of Health Politics, Policy, and Law 37(4): 677-78.
  • Pollack, Harold A., Peter Reuter, and Eric Sevigny. 2012. "If drug treatment works so well, why are so many drug users in prison?" In Controlling Crime: Strategies and Tradeoffs, Philip J. Cook, Jens Ludwig, and Justin McCrary, eds. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
  • Siegel, Karolynn, Stephen N. Abel, Margaret Pereyra, Terri Liguori, Harold A. Pollack, and Lisa R. Metsch. 2012. "Rapid HIV testing in dental practices." American Journal of Public Health 102(4): 625-32.

ROBINSON, SHANTÁ

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Assistant Professor. B.A., University of North Carolina at Asheville; M.A., University of North Carolina at Charlotte; Ph.D., University of Michigan. Fields of Special Interest: education; race, ethnicity, and culture; urban.

Selected publications:

  • Lee, Valerie E., Shantá Robinson, and James Sebastian. 2012. "The quality of instruction in urban high schools: Comparing mathematics and science to English and social studies classes in Chicago." The High School Journal 95(3): 14-48.

RODERICK, MELISSA

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Hermon Dunlap Smith Professor. A.B., Bowdoin; M.A., Ph.D., Harvard. Fields of Special Interest: education policy; urban high schools; adolescence; youth policy; human resources policy; empirical analysis.

Selected publications:

  • Roderick, Melissa, Vanessa Coca, Eliza Moeller, and Thomas Kelley-Kemple. 2013. From high school to the future: The challenge of senior year in Chicago Public Schools. Chicago: The University of Chicago Consortium on Chicago School Research.
  • Roderick, Melissa. 2012. "Drowning in data but thirsty for analysis." Teachers College Record 114(11): 110309.
  • Coca, Vanessa, David W. Johnson, Thomas Kelley-Kemple, Melissa Roderick, Eliza Moeller, Nicole Williams, and Kafi Moragne. 2012. Working to my potential: The postsecondary experiences of CPS students in the International Baccalaureate Diploma Programme. Chicago: The University of Chicago Consortium on Chicago School Research.
  • Farrington, Camille A., Melissa Roderick, Elaine Allensworth, Jenny Nagaoka, Tasha S. Keyes, David W. Johnson, and Nicole O. Beechum. 2012. Teaching adolescents to become learners: The role of noncognitive factors in shaping school performance. Chicago: The University of Chicago Consortium on Chicago School Research.

SAMUELS, GINA M.

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Associate Professor. B.S., Wisconsin-Oshkosh; M.S.S.W., Ph.D., Wisconsin-Madison. Fields of Special Interest: use of interpretive research methods to inform child welfare practice, multiracial and multiethnic identity, transracial adoption, kinship and identity formation among foster youth.

Selected publications:

  • Curry, Susanna R., Matthew Morton, Jennifer L. Matjasko, Amy Dworsky, Gina M. Samuels, and David Schlueter. 2017. “Youth Homelessness and Vulnerability: How Does Couch Surfing Fit?” American Journal of Community Psychology. DOI: 10.1002/ajcp.12156
  • Pryce, Julia, Laura Napolitano, and Gina M. Samuels. 2017. “Transition to Adulthood of Former Foster Youth: Multilevel Challenges to the Help-Seeking Process.” Emerging Adults. DOI: https://doi.org/10.1177/2167696816685231
  • Cushing, Gretta, Gina Miranda Samuels, and Ben Kerman. 2014. "Profiles of relational permanence at 22: Variability in parental supports and outcomes among young adults with foster care histories." Children and Youth Services Review 39(C): 73-83.
  • Samuels, Gina Miranda. 2014. "Multiethnic and multiracialism." In Encyclopedia of Social Work Online, Cynthia Franklin, ed. New York: NASW Press and Oxford University Press.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Marlene Wong, and Gina Miranda Samuels. 2014. "A Response to Anastas and Coffey: The science of social work and its relationship to social work education and professional organizations." Research on Social Work Practice 24(5): 581-85.
  • McCubbin, Hamilton I., Laurie McCubbin, Gina Miranda Samuels, Wei Zhang, and Jason Sievers. 2013. "Multiethnic children, youth, and families: Emerging challenges to the behavioral sciences and public policy." Family Relations 62(1), 1-4.

SITES, WILLIAM

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Associate Professor. B.A., Oberlin; Ph.D., CUNY. Fields of Special Interest: urban policy and politics; community organization; political processes; social movements; social theory.

Selected publications:

  • Vonderlack-Navarro, Rebecca, and William Sites. 2015. "The bi-national road to immigrant rights mobilization: States, social movements, and Chicago’s Mexican hometown associations." Ethnic and Racial Studies 38(1): 141-157.
  • Parker, Simon, and William Sites, 2012. "New directions in urban theory: Introduction." Urban Geography 33(4): 469-73.
  • Parker, Simon, and William Sites, eds. 2012. "Special issue on New Directions." In Urban Theory, Urban Geography 33(4).
  • Sites, William. 2012. "God from the machine? Urban movements meet machine politics in neoliberal Chicago." Environment and Planning A 44(11): 2574-90.
  • Sites, William. 2012. "Is this black music? Sounding out race and the city." Journal of Urban History 38(2): 385-95.
  • Sites, William. 2012. "Radical culture in black necropolis: Sun Ra, Alton Abraham, and postwar Chicago." Journal of Urban History 38(4): 687-719.
  • Sites, William. 2012. "'We travel the spaceways': Urban utopianism and the imagined spaces of black experimental music." Urban Geography 33(40): 566-92.
  • Sites, William, Robert J. Chaskin, and Virginia Parks. 2012. "Reframing community practice for the 21st century: Multiple traditions, multiple challenges." In The Community Development Reader, 2nd ed., James DeFilippis and Susan Saegert, eds. New York: Routledge.
  • Sites, William, and Rebecca Vonderlack-Navarro. 2012. "Tipping the scale: State rescaling and the strange odyssey of Chicago’s Mexican hometown associations." In Remaking Urban Citizenship: Organizations, Institutions, and the Right to the City (Comparative Urban and Community Research 10), Michael P. Smith and Michael McQuarrie, eds. New Brunswick, NJ: Transactions Publishers.

VOISIN, DEXTER R.

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Professor. B.A., St. Andrews College; M.S.W., Michigan; Ph.D., Columbia. Fields of Special Interest: exposure to sexual, family, and community violence; HIV/AIDS; substance abuse; international HIV prevention; social work practice.

Selected publications:

  • Bird, Jason D. P., and Dexter R. Voisin. In press. "Understanding the developmental and psychosocial needs of HIV positive gay adolescents." In Understanding prevention for HIV positive gay men: Innovative approaches in addressing the AIDS epidemic, Leo Wilton, ed. New York: Springer Press.
  • Elsaesser, Caitlin, Jun Sung Hong, and Dexter R. Voisin. In press. "Violence exposures and bullying experiences among African American youth: The protective effects of school engagement." Children Youth and Services Review.
  • Hong, Jun Sung, Dexter R. Voisin, Sujung Cho, Douglas Smith, and Stella Resko. In press. "From peer victimization to substance use among African American adolescents in Southside Chicago: Integrating research, practice and social justice." American Journal of Orthopsychiatry.
  • Hong, Jun Sung, Dexter R. Voisin, and Jungup Lee. In press. "Applying an ecological approach to school safety among African American youth." Youth Violence & Juvenile Justice.
  • Kuhns, Lisa, Anna Hotton, Rob Garofalo, Abigail Muldoon, Kaitlyn Jaffe, Alida Bouris, Dexter R. Voisin, and John Schneider. In press. "A syndemic index is associated with antiretroviral medication adherence among HIV-positive youth." AIDS Patient Care and STDS.
  • Marotta, Phillip, and Dexter R. Voisin. In press. "Assessing pathways to substance use and delinquency among low income African American adolescents." Children Youth and Services Review.
  • Nebbitt, Von, Dexter R. Voisin, and Tirmazi Mohammed. In press. "The relationship between parental factors and early sexual onset among African American youth living in public housing." Journal of Urban Health.
  • Voisin, Dexter R, and Dong Ha Kim. In press. "'Broken windows': Neighborhood conditions and behavioral health among low income African American youth in Chicago." Journal of Health Psychology.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Dong Ha Kim, Lynn Michalopoulos, and Sadiq Patel. In press. "Exposure to community violence among low income African American youth in Chicago: A latent class analysis." Violence and Victims.
  • Dacus, Jagadisa-devasri, Dexter R. Voisin, and Judith Barker. 2017. "Proud I am HIV negative": Maintaining seronegativity among Black men who have sex with men in New York City." Men and Masculinities.
  • McCullagh, Charlotte, Katherine Quinn, Dexter R. Voisin, and John Schneider. 2017. "Longitudinal examination of factors associated with social support satisfaction among HIV positive Black men who have sex with men." AIDS Care.
  • Quinn, Katherine, Dexter R. Voisin, Alida Bouris, Kaitlyn Jaffee, Lisa Kuhns, Rebecca Eavou, and John Schneider. 2017. "Multiple dimensions of stigma and health factors among young Black men who have sex with men." AIDS and Behavior 21(1): 207-216.
  • Schneider, John, Michael Kozloski, Staurt Michaels, Britt Skaathum, Dexter Voisin, Nicola Lancki, Ethan Morgan, Aditya Khanna, Keith Green, Robert Coombs, Samuel Friedman, and Edward Laumann. 2017. "Criminal justice involvement is associated with better HIV are continuum metrics among a population-based sample of young Black men who have sex with men." AIDS 31(1): 159-165.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Justin Hardy, Dong Ha Kim, and Caitlin Elsaesser. 2017. "The relationship between parental influences and wellbeing among low income African American youth." Child and Youth Care Forum 46(2): 223-242.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Anna Hotton, and John Schneider. 2017. "The relationship between life stressors and drug and sexual risk behaviors among Black men who have sex with men." AIDS Care 29(5): 545-551.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Dong Ha Kim, Lois Takahashi, Phillip Morotto, and Katherine Bocangera. 2017. "Involvement in the juvenile justice system for African Americans: Examining associations with behavioral health problems." Journal of Social Service Research 43(1): 129-140.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Katherine Quinn, Dong Ha Kim, and John Schneider. 2017. "A longitudinal analysis of antiretroviral adherence among young Black men who have sex with men." Journal of Adolescent Health 60(4): 411-416.
  • Bird, Jason D., Michael Eversman, and Dexter R. Voisin. 2016. "'You just can't trust everybody': Disclosure strategies among HIV-positive Black men who have sex with men." Culture Health and Sexuality 19(8): 829-843.
  • Hong, Jun Sung, Dexter R. Voisin, Sujung Cho, and Dorothy Espelange. 2016. "Association between bullying perpetration, victimization, and bully-victimization and sexual risk behaviors of urban African American adolescents in Chicago's Southside." Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health. doi:10.1007/s10903-016-0275-5.
  • Hong, Jun Sung, Dexter R. Voisin, Chris Hyeouk, and Mario Feranil. 2016. "Sexual knowledge, attitudes and behaviors of South Korean adolescents: A systemic review." Journal of Social Service Research doi: 10.1080/01488376.2016.1202879.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Dong Ha Kim, and Jun Sung Hong. In press. "A closer look at school bonding among African American adolescents in low income communities: A latent class analysis." Journal of Health Psychology.
  • Morgan, Ethan, Aditya Khanna, Britt Skaathun, Stuart Michaels, Lindsay Young, Rebeccah Duvoisin, Ming Chang, Dexter R. Voisin, Benjamin Cornwell, Robert Coombs, Samuel Friedman, and John Schneider. 2016. "Marijuana use among young men who have sex with men and the HIV Care Continuum: Findings from the uConnect Study." Substance Use & Misuse 51(13): 1751-1759.
  • Quinn, Katherine, Dexter R. Voisin, Alida Bouris, and John Schneider. 2016. "Psychological distress, drug use, sexual risks and medication adherence among young HIV-positive Black men who have sex with men: Exposure to community violence matters." AIDS Care 28(7): 866-872.
  • So, Suzanne, Dexter R. Voisin, Amanda Burnside, and Noni Gaylord-Harden. 2016. "The relationship between future orientation and health related factors among African American adolescents." Children, Youth and Services Review 61: 15-21.
  • Voisin, Dexter R. 2016. "The public health implications of violence exposure: Violence and immunological outcomes among perinatally HIV infected youth." Journal of Adolescent Health 59: 3-4.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Kathryn Berringer, Lois Takahashi, Jessica Kuhnen, and Sean Burr. 2016. "No safe havens: Protective parenting strategies for African American youth living in violent communities." Violence and Victims 31(3): 523-536.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Dennis Corbin, and Camesha Jones. 2016. "A conceptualization of spirituality among African American young adults." Western Journal of Black Studies. 4(1): 1-12.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Caitlin Elsaesser, Don Ha Kimg, Sadiqu Patel, and Annie Cantara. 2016. "The relationship between family stress and behavioral health among African American adolescents." Journal of Child and Family Studies 1-10.
  • Voisin, Dexter. R., Anna Hotton, and Torsten Neilands. 2016. "Exposures to community violence and sexual behaviors among African American youth: Testing multiple pathways." Behavioral Medicine. doi: 10.1080/08964289.2016.1189394. 
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Dong Ha Kim, and Jun Sung Hong. 2016. "A closer look at school bonding among African American adolescents in low income communities: A latent class analysis." Journal of Health Psychology 1-14.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Sadiq Patel, Jun Sun Hong, Lois Takahashi, and Noni Gaylord-Harden. 2016. "Behavior health correlates of exposure to community violence among low income African American adolescents in Chicago." Children Youth and Services Review 69: 97-105. doi:10.2016/j.childyout.2016.08.006.
  • Yorke, Cordelle, Dexter R. Voisin, and Kathryn Berringer. 2016. "A systemic review: Cultural factors influencing mental health help-seeking attitudes among English speaking Caribbean immigrants in the U.S. and Britain." Social Work in Mental Health 14(2): 174-194.
  • Elsaesser, Caitlin, and Dexter R. Voisin. 2015. "Correlates of polyvictimzation among African American youth." Journal of Interpersonal Violence 30(17): 3022-3042.
  • Hong, Jun Sung, Dexter R. Voisin, and Shantel Crosby. 2015. "A review of STI/HIV interventions for delinquent and detained juveniles: An application of the social-ecological framework." Journal of Child and Family Studies 24(9): 2769-2778.
  • Nebbitt, Von E., and Dexter R. Voisin. 2015. "Correlates of cumulative sexual risk behaviors among African American youth living in public housing." Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health. doi: 0044118X15605108
  • Shi Shiu, Cheng, Dexter R. Voisin, Wei-Ti Chen, Yi-An Lo, Melissa Hardesty and Nguyen Huong. 2015. "A synthesis of 20 years of research on sexual risk taking among Asian/Pacific Islander men who have sex with men in Western countries." American Journal of Men's Health 10(3):170-180.
  • So, Suzanne, Noni Gaylord-Harden, Dexter R. Voisin, and Darrick Scott. 2015. "Future orientation as a protective factor for African American adolescents exposed to community violence." Youth and Society. doi: 0044118X15605108.
  • Voisin, Dexter R. 2015. "Silent Gunshots: The deafening toll of gun violence in America." Trauma and Treatment S(4): 1-2.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Pan Chen, Robert Fullilove, and Kristen Jacobson. 2015. "Community violence exposure and sexual behaviors in a nationally representative sample of young adults: The effects of race/ethnicity and gender." Journal of Social Service Research 41(3): 295-306.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Jessica Sales-McDermott, Jun Sung Hong, Jerold Jackson, Eve Rose, and Ralph DiClemente. 2015. "Social context and problem factors among youth with juvenile justice involvement histories." Behavioral Medicine 43(1): 71-78. doi:0.1080/08964289.2015.1065789.
  • Bird, Jason D. P., Dexter R. Voisin, and Brooke Fisher. 2014. "Millennial college students: Digital media, sexual behavior and innovative approaches to improving sexual health." In Understanding HIV and STI Prevention for College Students, Leo Wilton, Robert T. Palmer, and Dina C. Maramba, eds. New York: Routledge Press.
  • Hong, Jun Sung, Dexter R. Voisin, and Shantel Crosby. 2014. "A review of STI/HIV interventions for delinquent and detained juveniles: An application of the social-ecological framework." Journal of Child and Family Studies 24(9): 2769-2778.
  • King, Kelly, Dexter R. Voisin, and Ralph DiClemente. 2014. "The relationship between male gang involvement and psychosocial risks for their female juvenile justice partners with non-gang involvement histories." Journal of Child and Family Studies 24(9): 2555-2559.
  • McFadden, Rachel B., Alida M. Bouris, Dexter R. Voisin, Nancy R. Glick, and John Schneider. 2014. "Dynamic social support networks of younger Black men who have sex with men with new HIV infection." AIDS Care, 26(10): 1275-82.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., and Kathryn Berringer. 2014. "Interventions targeting exposure to community violence sequelae among youth: A commentary." Clinical Social Work Journal 43(1): 98-108.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., and Caitlin Elsaesser. 2014. "Brief Report: The protective effects of school engagement for African American adolescent males." Journal of Health Psychology 21(4): 573-576. doi:10.1177/1359105314531607.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Anna L. Hotton, and Torsten B. Neilands. 2014. "Testing pathways linking exposure to community violence and sexual behaviors among African American youth." Journal of Youth and Adolescence 43(9): 1513-26.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Kelly M. King, Ralph J. DiClemente, and Monique Carry. 2014. "Correlates of gang involvement and health-related factors among African American females with a detention history." Children and Youth Services Review 44: 120-25.
  • Voisin, Dexter, Lois Takahashi, Kathleen Berringer, Sean Burr, and Jessica Kuhnen. 2014. “'Sex is violence': African American parents’ perceptions of the link between exposure to community violence and youth sexual behaviours." Child and Family Social Work. doi:10.1111/cfs.12162.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Timothy Walsh, Natasha Flatt, Rebecca Eavou, Clata Bertozzi-Villa, Milton Eder, and John Schneider. 2014. "HIV medication adherence, substance abuse, sexual risk behaviors and psychological distress among younger Black men who have sex with men and transgender women: Preliminary findings." Journal of Nursing Education and Practice 4(12): 27-33.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Marlene Wong, and Gina Miranda Samuels. 2014. "A Response to Anastas and Coffey: The science of social work and its relationship to social work education and professional organizations." Research on Social Work Practice 24(5): 581-85.
  • Yorke, Cordelle B., Dexter R. Voisin, and Donna Baptiste. 2014. "Factors related to help-seeking attitudes about professional mental health services among Jamaican immigrants." International Social Work 59(2): 293-304. doi:10.1177/0020872813508573.
  • Yorke, Cordelle, Dexter R. Voisin, Kathryn Berringer, and L. S. Alexander. 2014. "Cultural factors influencing mental health help-seeking attitudes among Black English-speaking Caribbean immigrants in the United States and Britain." Social Work in Mental Health 14(2): 174-194. 10.1080/15332985.2014.943832.
  • Bird, Jason D. P., and Dexter R. Voisin. 2013. "'You’re an open target to be abused': A qualitative study of stigma and HIV self-disclosure among black men who have sex with men." American Journal of Public Health 103(12): 2193-99.
  • Bouris, Alida, Dexter Voisin, Molly Pilloton, Natasha Flatt, Rebecca Eavou, Kischa Hampton, Lisa Kuhns, Milton Eder, and John Schneider. 2013. Project nGage: Network supported HIV care engagement for younger black men who have sex with men and transgender persons. Journal of AIDS & Clinical Research 4(9): 236.
  • Chen, Pan, Dexter R. Voisin, and Kristin C. Jacobson. 2013. "Community violence exposure and adolescent delinquency: Examining a spectrum of protective factors." Youth and Society 48(1): 33-57. doi:10.1177/0044118X13475827.
  • Crosby, Richard A., Dexter R. Voisin, Ralph J. DiClemente, Gina M. Wingood, Laura F. Salazar, Sara Head, Eve Rose, and Jessica McDermott-Sales. 2013. "Relational correlates of unprotected oral and vaginal sex among African American adolescent females." Sexual Health 10(3): 284-6.
  • King, Kelly M., Dexter R. Voisin, and Ralph J. DiClemente. 2013. "Gang norms and risky sex among adolescents with a history of detention." Journal of Social Service Research 39(4): 545-51.
  • Perkins, Emory L., Dexter R. Voisin, and Kesslyn A Brade-Stennis. 2013. "Brief research report: Sociodemographic factors associated with HIV status among African American women in Washington DC." International Journal of Women’s Health 5: 587-91.
  • Voisin, Dexter R. 2013. "Examining parental monitoring and deviant peers as pathways to sexual risk behaviors among Tehran (IR Iran) adolescents." International Journal of High Risk Behaviors and Addiction 2(2): 94-5.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Jason Daniel Patrick Bird, Cheng-Shi Shiu, and Cathy Kreiger. 2013. “'It’s crazy being a black, gay youth.' Getting information about HIV prevention: A pilot study." Journal of Adolescence 36(1): 111-19.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., and Caitlin M. Elsaesser. 2013. "Pathways from polyvictimization to youth problem behaviors: The critical role of school engagement." International Journal of Higher Education 2(4): 15-30.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Anna Hotton, and John Schneider. 2013. "Exposure to verbal parental aggression and sexual activity among low-income African American youth." Journal of Child and Family Studies 23(2): 285-292. doi:10.1007/s10826-013-9720-7.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Anna Hotton, Kevin Tan, and Ralph DiClemente. 2013. "A longitudinal examination of risk and protective factors associated with drug use and unsafe sex among young African American females." Children and Youth Services Review 35(9): 1440-6.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Laura F. Salazar, Richard Crosby, and Ralph J. DiClemente. 2013. "The relationship between ethnic identity and chlamydia and gonorrhea infections among low-income detained African American adolescent females." Psychology, Health, and Medicine 18(3): 355-62.
  • Voisin, Dexter, Cheng-Shi Shiu, Anjie Chan-Tack, Cathy Krieger, Dominika Sekulska, and Laura Johnson. 2013. "In their own words: Racial/ethnic and gender differences in sources and preferences for HIV prevention information among young adults." AIDS Care 25(11): 1407-10.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Kevin Tan, and Ralph J. DiClemente. 2013. "A longitudinal examination of the relationship between sexual sensation seeking and STI-related risk factors among African American females." AIDS Education and Prevention 25(2): 124-34.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., and Jason Daniel Patrick Bird. 2012. “'You get more respect,' Reasons for sex among African American high school youth: A qualitative study." Journal of Social Service Research 38(3): 392-401.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., and Jun Sung Hong. 2012. "A meditational model linking witnessing intimate partner violence and bullying behaviors and victimization among youth." Educational Psychology Review 24(4): 479-98.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Jun Sung Hong, and Kelly King. 2012. "Ecological factors associated with sexual risk behaviors among detained adolescents: A systematic review." Children and Youth Services Review 34(10): 1983-91.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Kelly King, John Schneider, Ralph J. DiClemente, and Kevin Tan. 2012. "Sexual sensation seeking, drug use and risky sex among detained youth." AIDS & Clinical Research. doi:10.4172/2155-6113.S1-017.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Kevin Tan, Anjanette Chan Tack, Devon Wade, and Ralph DiClemente. 2012. "Examining parental monitoring as a pathway from community violence exposure to drug, risky sex, and recidivism among detained youth." Journal of Social Service Research 38(5): 699-711.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Kevin Tan, and Ralph DiClemente. 2012. "A longitudinal examination of STI/HIV prevention knowledge and STIs among African American adolescent females." Journal of Health Psychology. doi:10.1177/1359105312465916.
  • Voisin, Dexter R., Kevin Tan, Laura F. Salazar, Richard Crosby, and Ralph J. DiClemente. 2012. "Correlates of sexually transmitted infection prevention knowledge among African American girls." Journal of Adolescent Health 51(2): 197-9.

YASUI, MIWA

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Assistant Professor. B.A., Sophia University, Tokyo; B.A., Ph.D., Oregon. Fields of Special Interest: cultural influences on development such as ethnic identity development and ethnic-racial socialization, examination of the cultural validity of assessments and interventions for ethnically diverse children and youth, culturally anchored parenting processes and family functioning, intervention and prevention of problem behaviors among youth, treatment of disruptive behaviors of young children, observational methodology.

Selected publications:

  • Yasui, Miwa. In Press. "Cultural dimensions of mental health and approaches to treatment: A dual approach in the exploratory examination of mental health beliefs, practices and experiences of Chinese American and immigrant youth and families." Chapter in Asian American Parenting: Family Processes and Intervention.
  • Castro, Felipe Gonzalez, and Miwa Yasui. 2017. “Advances in EBI Development for Diverse Populations: Towards a Science of Intervention Adaptation.” Prevention Science 18(6): 623-629.
  • Yasui, Miwa, Kathleen J. Pottick, Yun Chen. 2017. “Conceptualizing Culturally Infused Engagement and Its Measurement for Ethnic Minority and Immigrant Children and Families.” Clinical Child and Family Psychology Review 20(3): 250-332.
  • Choi, Yoonsun, Kevin Poh Hiong Tan, Miwa Yasui, and Hyeouk Chris Hahm. 2016. “Advancing Understanding of Acculturation for Adolescents of Asian Immigrants: Person-Oriented Analysis of Acculturation Strategy Among Korean American Youth.” Journal of Youth and Adolescence 45(7): 1380-1395.
  • Liu, Cindy H., Miwa Yasui, Rebecca Giallo, Ed Tronick, and Larry J. Seidman. 2016. “U.S. Caregivers with Mental Health Problems: Parenting Experiences and Children’s Functioning.” Archives of Psychiatric Nursing 30(6): 753-760.
  • Dishion, Thomas J., and Miwa Yasui. 2016. "Translating models of adolescent problem behavior into effective intervention: Trials, tribulations and future directions." In Wiley-Blackwell Handbook of Developmental Psychology in Action: Opportunities and Obstacles in Giving Developmental Psychology Away, Rudolph Schaffer and Kevin Durkin, eds. New York: Blackwell Publishing.
  • Yasui, Miwa. 2015. "The cultural ecogram: A tool for enhancing culturally anchored shared understanding in the treatment of ethnic minority families enhancing culturally anchored shared understanding in the treatment of ethnic minority families." Journal of Ethnic and Cultural Diversity in Social Work 24(2): 89-108.
  • Yasui, Miwa, Alison E. Hipwell, Stephanie D. Stepp, and Kate Keenan. 2015. "Psychocultural correlates of mental health service utilization among African American and European American girls." Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research 42(6): 756-766. doi: 10.1007/s10488-014-0610-0.
  • Yasui, Miwa, and Lauren Wakschlag. 2015. "The Culturally-Enhanced Videofeedback Engagement (CEVE) Framework: Qualitative findings in families of children with disruptive behavior problems." Transcultural Psychiatry 52(3): 417-443.
  • Choi, Yoonsun, Kevin Poh Hiong Tan, Miwa Yasui, and Dina Drankus Pekelnicky. 2014. "Race-ethnicity and culture in the family and youth outcomes: Test of a path model with Korean American youth and parents." Race & Social Problems 6(1): 69-84.
  • Yasui, Miwa, and David B. Henry. 2014. "Shared understanding as a gateway for treatment engagement: A preliminary study examining the effectiveness of the Culturally-Enhanced Videofeedback Engagement (CEVE) intervention." Journal of Clinical Psychology 70(7): 658-72.

YBARRA, MARCI A.

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Assistant Professor. B.S.W., M.S.W., Wayne State; Ph.D., Wisconsin. Fields of Special Interest: poverty and inequality, social service delivery, work supports, family well-being.

Selected publications:

  • Ybarra, Marci A., Alexandra Stanczyk, and Yoonsook Ha. In press. "The role of paid leave availability and TANF generosity in welfare participation and material hardship around a birth." Family Relations.
  • Ha, Yoonsook, Marci Ybarra, and Anna D. Johnson. 2017. “Variation in early cognitive development by maternal immigrant documentation status.” Early Childhood Research Quarterly 41: 184-195.
  • Ybarra, Marci, Yoonsook Ha, and Jina Chang. 2017. “Health insurance coverage and routine health care use among children by family immigration status.” Children and Youth Services Review 79: 97-106.
  • Diaz-Strong, Daysi X., and Marci A. Ybarra. 2016. “Disparities in high school completion among Latinos: The role of the age-at-arrival and immigration status.” Children and Youth Services Review 71: 282-289.
  • Ha, Yoonsook, and Marci Ybarra. 2014. "The role of parental immigration status in Latino Families’ Child Care Selection." Children and Youth Services Review 47(P3): 342-351.
  • Ha, Yoonsook, and Marci A. Ybarra. 2013. "Are strong work-first welfare policies aligned with generous child care provisions? What states are doing and the implications for social work." Families in Society 94(1): 5-13.
  • Ybarra, Marci A. 2013. "Implications of paid family leave for welfare participants." Social Work Research 37(4): 375-87.
  • Cancian, Maria, Jennifer L. Noyes, and Marci Ybarra. 2012. "The Extended TANF application period and applicant outcomes: Evidence from Wisconsin." Social Work Research 36(4): 273-88.
  • Shaefer, H. Luke, and Marci A. Ybarra. 2012. "The welfare reforms of the 1990s and the stratification of material well-being among low-income households with children." Children and Youth Services Review 34(9): 1810-17.
  • Ha, Yoonsook, Katherine Magnuson, and Marci A. Ybarra. 2012. "Patterns of child care subsidy receipt and the stability of child care." Children and Youth Services Review 34(9): 1834-44.

ZARYCHTA, ALAN

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Assistant Professor. B.S., Northwestern University; M.A., Ph.D., University of Colorado Boulder. Fields of Special Interest: public health, public policy, governance, Latin America.

Selected publications:

  • Zarychta, Alan. 2015. "Community Trust and Household Health: A Spatially-Based Approach with Evidence from Rural Honduras." Social Science & Medicine 146: 85-94.
  • He, Yuan, Alan Zarychta, Joseph B. Ranz, Mary Carroll, Lori M. Singleton, Paria M. Wilson, and Elizabeth P. Schlaudecker. 2012. "Childhood Immunization Rates in Rural Intibuca, Honduras: An Analysis of a Local Database Tool and Community Health Center Records for Assessing and Improving Vaccine Coverage." BMC Public Health 12: 1056.