Western University SociologyFaculty of Social Science

Recent Graduate Student Publications

Etherington, N. & Baker, L. 2016. From “Buzzword” to Best Practice: Applying Intersectionality to Children Exposed to Intimate Partner Violence. Trauma, Violence, & Abuse. DOI: 10.1177/1524838016631128

Etherington, N. 2016. “Re-examining Gender Differences in Self-Rated Health: The Importance of Cohort.” Journal of Women & Aging 29(6). DOI 10.1080/08952841.2016.1108737

Etherington, N., Willson, A., Shuey, K. 2016. “Childhood Economic Hardship and Chronic Disease Onset in Midlife: A Gendered Process of Cumulative Disadvantage?” Longitudinal and Life Course Studies 7(1): 3-24.

Akkaymak, Guliz. 2015. “Neoliberal Ideology in the Primary School Social Studies Textbooks in Turkey.” Journal for Critical Education Policy Studies 12(3): 282-308.

Davidson, Cliff. 2015. “The University Corporatization Shift: A Longitudinal Analysis of University Admission Handbooks, 1980 to 2010.” Canadian Journal of Higher Education Revue canadienne d’enseignement supérieur 45(2):193–214.

Etherington, N., McDougall, J., Dewit, D., & Wright, V. 2015. “Maternal Factors and the Emotional and Behavioural Outcomes of Adolescents with Chronic Health Conditions.” Disability & Rehabilitation. Early online. DOI: 10.1007/s11482-014-9382-7

Baldwin, P., Evans, J., Etherington, N., Nichols, M., Wright, V., & McDougall, J. 2015. “A Qualitative Descriptive Study: Youth with Disabilities Talk about Spirituality.” The Qualitative Report 20(7): 941-958.

Adams, T. L. & Etherington, N.. 2015. “The Emergence of Naturopathy in Two Canadian provinces: British Columbia and Ontario 1920-1950.” Histoire sociale/ Social History 47(96): 215-244.

Etherington, N. 2015. “Race, Gender, and the Resources that Matter: An Investigation of  Intersectionality and Health.” Women & Health 55(7): 754-777.

McDougall, J., Baldwin, P., Evans, J., Nichols, M., Etherington, N., & Wright, V. 2015. “Quality of Life and Self-Determination: Youth with Chronic Health Conditions Make the Connection.” Applied Research in Quality of Life. Early online. DOI: 10.1007/s11482-014-9382-7

Stoliker, B. E., & Lafreniere, K. D. 2015. The Influence of Perceived Stress, Loneliness, and Learning Burnout on University Students’ Educational Experience. College Student Journal, 49(1): 146-160.

Huey, Laura, Joseph Varanese and Ryan Broll. 2015. “The Gray Cygnet Problem in Terrorism Research,” in Martin Bouchard (ed.) Radical and Connected: Social Networks, Terrorism, and Counter-Terrorism. London: Routledge. Pp. 34-47.

Margolis, Rachel & Laura Wright. 2015. Better off Alone than with a Smoker: The influence of partner's smoking behavior in later life. Journal of Gerontology: Social Sciences. doi 10.1093/geronb/gbu220.

Boateng, G.O., Armah, F., Amoyaw, J.A., Kuuire, V.Z., Ung, M. & Luginaah, I. 2014. "Women Empowerment in the Context of Millennium Development Goal 3: A Case Study of Married Women in Ghana." Social Indicators Research 115(1):137–158.

Ung, M., Boateng, G.O., Armah, F., Amoyaw, J.A., Kuuire, V.Z., & Luginaah, I. 2014. "Negotiation of Safer Sex among Married Women in Cambodia: The Role of Women’s Autonomy." Journal of Biosocial Science 46(1):90-106.

Haight, M., Quan-Haase, A. & Corbett, B. 2014. Revisiting the digital divide in Canada: the impact of demographic factors on access to the internet, level of online activity, and social networking site usage. Information, Communication & Society 17(4): 503-519.

Whitehead, Paul C. and Kobayashi, Brenda. 2014. “Alcoholism and Other Social Problems in Canadian Aboriginal Communities: Policy Alternatives and Implications for Social Action,” in Trovato, Frank (ed.) Aboriginal Populations – Social, Demographic, and Epidemiological Perspectives, University of Alberta Press.

Miele, R. & J. Clarke. 2014. ‘We remain very much the second sex:’ The construction of prostate cancer in Popular News Magazines, 2000-2010. American Journal of Men’s Health 8(1).

Nonomura, Robert. 2014. Book Review: “Guyland: The perilous world where boys become men,” The McGill Sociological Review 4: 113-115.

Lehmann, Wolfgang, Alison Taylor & Laura Wright. 2014. Youth Apprenticeships in Canada: on their inferior status despite skilled labour shortages. Journal of Vocational Education and Training 66(4):572-589.

Birani, Aisha. 2013. “Fanon, the Arab Spring and the Myth of Liberation.” New Proposals: Journal of Marxism and Interdisciplinary Inquiry 6(1-2): 1-9.

Birani, Aisha and Wolfgang Lehmann. 2013. “Ethnicity as Social Capital: An Examination of First-Generation, Asian-Canadians in University.” International Studies in Sociology of Education 23(24): 281-297.

Etherington, N. 2013. “Widening Participation through Alternative Public Schools: A Canadian Example.” Sociological Research Online 18(2):12.

Etherington, N. 2013. “Educational Trajectories and Health over the Life Course: A Role for the DSBN Academy?” Canadian Graduate Journal of Sociology and Criminology 2(1): 5-19.

Murphy, Laura. 2013. “Sexual Assault in Canada: Gendered Expectations, Myths and Resistances.” In Images of Sociology 3rd Ed., Eds. Jerry White and Michael Carroll. Toronto, ON: Nelson Canada.

Wright, Laura, David Walters & David Zarifa. 2013. Government Student Loan Default: Differences between Graduates of the Liberal Arts and Applied Fields in Canadian Colleges and Universities. Canadian Review of Sociology 50(1):89-115.