Faculty Publications: Sociology – March 2023February 27, 2023
Alimahomed-Wilson, Jake. 2022. “Choke Points et Lutte Antiraciste [Choke Points and the Fight Against Racism].” Mouvements, 2(3): 26-35.
Reese, Ellen and Jake Alimahomed-Wilson. 2022. “Teamsters Confront Amazon: An Initial Assessment.” New Labor Forum, 31(3): 43-51.
Potiker, Spencer Louis, Dana M. Williams and Jake Alimahomed-Wilson. 2022. “Anarchist and Anarchistic Anti-Systemic Movements in World-Systems Perspective: A Qualitative Comparative Analysis of Non-State Spaces.” Journal of World Systems Research, 28(2): 188-218.
Hassberg, Analena Hope, Lori Baralt, Araceli Esparza, and Sabrina Alimahomed-Wilson. 2022. “Narratives of Gendered and Racialized Carework: Feminist Faculty of Color Organizing During the Pandemic” Journal of Feminist Scholarship 21(Fall): 22-45. https://digitalcommons.uri.edu/jfs/vol21/iss21/6/
López, Claudia Maria, R. Varisa Patraporn & Suzie Weng. 2022. The Impact of Housing Experience on the Well-Being of 1.5-Generation Immigrants: The Case of Millennial and Gen-Z Renters in Southern California, Housing Policy Debate, DOI: 10.1080/10511482.2022.2099935
López, Claudia Maria, R. Varisa Patraporn, Kelliana Lim, and Kylee Khan. 2022. “Walking to Build a Critical Community-Engaged Project: Collaborative Observations of Neighborhood Change in Long Beach, California” Social Sciences 11, no. 5: 183. https://doi.org/10.3390/socsci11050183
Abrego, Leisy and Osuna, Steven. “The State of Exception: Gangs as a Neoliberal Scapegoat in El Salvador.” The Brown Journal of World Affairs, Vol. 29, Issue 1 (Fall/Winter 2022): 59-73.
Osuna, Steven. “The Social Murder of Victoria Salazar: Neoliberal Capitalism and Working Class Precariousness in El Salvador.” Emancipations: A Journal of Critical Social Analysis, Vol. 1, Issue 3 (2022): Article 4.
Syeed, E. 2022. Sanctuary Mentoring: Toward a More Inclusive Mentorship Framework, The Chronicle of Mentoring & Coaching, 6(15): 523 – 527.