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Books published since 2000 by UCD sociology students and graduates

2015 Ara Francis. (2008) Family Trouble: Middle-Class Parents, Children’s Problems, and the Disruption of Everyday Life. Rutgers University Press.

2014 Carolina Apesoa-Varano. (2008) Conflicted Health Care: Professionalism and Care in an Urban Hospital. Vanderbilt University Press. (with Charles Varano)

2012 Alkon, Alison. Black White, and Green: Farmers Markets, Race, and the Green Economy. University of Georgia, Press.

2012 Clay, Andreana. The Hip Hop Generation Fights Back: Youth, Activism, and Post-Civil Rights Politics. New York University Press.

2012 Muraco, Anna. Odd Couples: Friendship at the Intersection of Sex and Sexual Orientation. Duke University Press. (Ph.D. 2004)

Otis, Eileen. Markets and Bodies: Women, Service Work, and the Making of Inequality in China. Stanford University Press. (Ph.D. 2003)

2011 Dale, John. Free Burma: Transnational Legal Action and Corporate Accountability. University of Minnesota Press. (Ph.D. 2003)

2011 Otis, Eileen. Markets and Bodies: Women, Service Work, and the Making of Inequality in China. Stanford University Press. Recipient, American Sociological Association Sex and Gender Section Distinguished Book Award, 2013. (Ph.D. 2003)

2011 Shah, Bindi. Laotian Daughters: Working Toward Community, Belonging, and Environmental Justice. Temple University Press

2011 Stacey, Clare L. The Caring Self: The Work Experiences of Home Care Aides. Cornell University Press. (Ph.D. 2004)

2010 Dunn, Jennifer. Judging Victims: Why We Stigmatize Survivors, and How They Reclaim Respect. Lynn Rienner Publishers (Ph.D. 1999)

2010 Castellano, Ursula. Outsourcing Justice: The Role of Nonprofits in Pretrial Release Programs. FirstForum Press. (Ph.D. 2005)

2010 Freedman, Lori. Willing and Unable: Doctors’ Constraints in Abortion Care. Vanderbilt University Press. (Ph.D. 2008)

2010 Nurse, Ann. Locked Up, Locked Out: Young Men in Juvenile Justice System. Vanderbilt University Press (Ph.D. 1999).

2008 Neuwirth, Estee. The Good Temp. Cornell University/ILR Press, with Vicki Smith. (Ph.D. 2004)

2008 Shefner, Jon. The Illusion of Civil Society: Democratization and Community Mobilization in Low Income Mexico. Penn State University Press. (Ph.D. 1997)

2007 Bakker, Matt. Citizenship Across Borders: The Political Transnationalism of El Migrante. Cornell University Press, with Michael Peter Smith. Recipient, Outstanding Book Award, Global Division, Society for the Study of Social Problems, 2008. (ABD)

2006 McDonald, Katrina Bell. Embracing Sisterhood: Class, Identity, and Contemporary Black Women. Rowman & Littlefield Publishers. (Ph.D. 1995)

2005 Bickham-Mendez, Jennifer. From the Revolution to the Maquiladoras: Gender, Labor, and Globalization in Nicaragua. Duke University Press. Recipient, Distinguished Book Award, Political Economy of the World Systems Section, American Sociological Association, 2008; Honorable Mention, Global Division, Society for the Study of Social Problems, 2008. (Ph.D. 1999)

2005 Reich, Jennifer. Fixing Families: Parents, Power, and the Child Welfare System. Routledge. Recipient, Distinguished Contribution to Scholarship Book Award, American Sociological Association, Race, Gender, and Class Section, 2007; Finalist, C. Wright Mills Award, SSSP, 2006. (Ph.D. 2002)

2004 Sullivan, Maureen. The Family of Woman: Lesbian Mothers, Their Children, and the Undoing of Gender. University of California Press. (Ph.D. 1999)

2002 Bettie, Julie. Women Without Class: Girls, Race, and Identity. University of California Press. Recipient, Distinguished Book Award, Sex and Gender Section, American Sociological Association, 2004; AESA Critics Choice Award, American Educational Studies Association. (Ph.D. 1997)

2002 Dunn, Jennifer. Courting Disaster: Intimate Stalking, Culture, and Criminal Justice. Aldine de Gruyter. Recipient, Charles Horton Cooley Book Award, Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction, 2005. (Ph.D. 1999)

2002 Kendall, Lori. Hanging Out in the Virtual Pub: Masculinities and Relationships Online. University of California Press. (Ph.D. 1998)

2002 Menjivar, Cecilia. Fragmented Ties: Salvadoran Immigrant Networks in America. University of California Press. Recipient, William J. Goode Book Award, American Sociological Association, Family Section, 2001; Honorable Mention, Thomas and Znaniecki Book Award, International Migration Section, ASA, 2001; CHOICE Outstanding Academic Title in Social and Behavioral Sciences, 2002. (Ph.D. 1992)

2002 Nurse, Anne. Fatherhood Arrested: Parenting from Within the Juvenile Justice System. Vanderbilt University Press (Ph.D. 1999)

2000 Allahyari, Rebecca. Visions of Charity: Volunteer Workers and Moral Community. University of California Press. (Ph.D. 1995)

2000 Bjorklund, Diane. Interpreting the Self: Two Hundred Years of American Biography. University of Chicago Press. (Ph.D. 1993)

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