The following citations represent the full-text presentations by the department’s faculty during their employment with Georgia Southern. For the full list of a faculty member’s publications and presentations, visit his or her SelectedWorks site.

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Submissions from 2018

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Promises of The American Dream and the Realities of Race: Black College Students Views of Social Mobility in the Age of Trump, Ted Brimeyer, Baker Rogers, and Clare F. Walsh

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"I Don't See Color" vs. "I Don't Care": Why Race and Ethnicity Courses Are a Necessity, Alicia Brunson

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Identifying and Overcoming the Challenges of Professional and Family Collaborations in Caregiving, Adrienne L. Cohen

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Identifying and Overcoming the Challenges of Professional and Family Collaborations in Caregiving, Adrienne L. Cohen

Grey Ghosts: Searching for Confederates at Camp Lawton, Ryan K. McNutt

Grey Ghosts: Searching for Confederates at Camp Lawton, Ryan K. McNutt

Panopticonism, Pines and POWS: Applying Conflict Landscape Tools to The Archaeology of Internment, Ryan K. McNutt

Panopticonism, Pines and POWS: Foucault’s Theories and The Archaeology of Internment, Ryan K. McNutt

Social Location, Ideology, and Undergraduate Explanations of Social Inequality, Nathan S. Palmer

Succeeding Through Struggle, Nathan S. Palmer

Teaching with Technology, Nathan S. Palmer

The Development of Students’ Sociological Imaginations in the Journal Teaching Sociology, Nathan S. Palmer

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The Feasibility of a Lionfish Meat Market In The U.S. Virgin Islands: Consumer Preferences, Skyler Simnett, Jennifer Sweeney Tookes, Sherry Larkin, and Tracy Yandle

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No One Asks the Fishermen, Jennifer Sweeney Tookes, Sherry Larkin, and Tracy Yandle

Diversity and Inclusion in the Classroom: What’s the Difference?, Clare F. Walsh

Gender 101, Clare F. Walsh

Racial Theory, Analysis, and Politics in TrumpAmerica, Clare F. Walsh

Stereotypes: Hard to Live With Them; Hard to Live Without Them, Clare F. Walsh

Service-learning in Higher Education, Aging- Focused Courses: a Model for Collaborative, Interdisciplinary Research, Jennifer Zorotovich, R. Ryan, and Adrienne Cohen

Submissions from 2017

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“Guess Who” and the Reduction of Race Talk, Alicia Brunson

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End of Life Care: Writing Up Your Five Wishes Document, Adrienne L. Cohen

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Respite Care Options for Caregivers, Adrienne L. Cohen

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Successful Aging Panel, Adrienne L. Cohen

Using Word Frequencies and Word Clouds for Content Analysis, Adrienne L. Cohen

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Using Your Classroom as Your Research Venue: Strategies and Challenges, Adrienne L. Cohen

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Service-Learning at Eagle Nation: Systematic Evaluation of Student Experiences, Adrienne L. Cohen, Moya L. Alfonso, Dina C. Walker-DeVose, Jennifer Zorotovich, and Urkovia Andrews

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Queering Families: The Postmodern Partnerships of Cisgender Women and Transgender Men, Carla Pfeffer and Clare F. Walsh

Emergent Issues for Commercial Fishermen in Georgia, Jennifer Sweeney Tookes

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The State of the Fleet: Georgia’s Fishermen, Jennifer Sweeney Tookes

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Because They Hurt and No One Wants to Eat Them!, Jennifer Sweeney Tookes, Sherry Larkin, and Tracy Yandle

Understanding Commercial Fishermen’s Willingness to Harvest Lionfish: A Multi-Disciplinary Analysis of the Supply For a Lionfish Market in the US Virgin Islands, Jennifer Sweeney Tookes, Skyler Simnett, Sherry Larkin, and Tracy Yandle

Community in Transition: Georgia’s Fishing Industry, Jennifer Sweeney Tookes and Tracy Yandle

Diversities: Inclusion, Equality, and Resistance, Clare F. Walsh

Justice and Resistance, Clare F. Walsh

Sexualities, Clare F. Walsh

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Does Economic Divergence Predict Political Divergence: Changes in Political Economic Ideology By Gender, Race, and Class 1985-2016, Joseph Wilson and Ted Brimeyer

Integrating Research and Outreach: Lionfish Management in the US Virgin Islands, Tracy Yandle, Sherry Larkin, Jennifer Sweeney Tookes, and Michael Page

Submissions from 2016

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Collaborative Research With Professors and Graduate Students: Stories From the WIGL (Women in Gerontology Legacy) Project, Adrienne L. Cohen

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More Than Just Bingo: Teaching Students About Problem Gambling in Later Life, Adrienne L. Cohen

Prescription Drug Use, Misuse and Addiction in Late Life, Adrienne L. Cohen

Sex in Late Life, Adrienne L. Cohen

Spear Superiority and (un)Knightly Warfare: Reconstructing and Modelling the Conflict Landscape of Bannockburn (AD1314) with GIS and KOCOA’, Ryan K. McNutt

Can We Talk About Racism?, Nathan S. Palmer

Dare Greatly: Doing the Work That Scares you the Most, Nathan S. Palmer

How to Use Social Media to Do Your Research, Teach Your Students, and Launch Your Career, Nathan S. Palmer

Using Social Media and Technology to Improve Student Learning, Nathan S. Palmer

Using Social Media to Prepare for Your Classes & Teach Sociology, Nathan S. Palmer

Using Social Media to Teach Sociology and Engage with Students, Nathan S. Palmer

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You Can't Catch 'Em and Sell 'Em:' Perceptions of Obstacles to Direct Marketing among Georgia Fishermen, Jennifer Sweeney Tookes and Tracy Yandle

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You Can't Catch 'Em and Sell 'Em:' Perceptions of Obstacles to Direct Marketing among Georgia Fishermen, Jennifer Sweeney Tookes and Tracy Yandle

Gender, Sexual Identity, and Families: The Personal is Political, Clare F. Walsh

Pushing Boundaries: Expanding Reach and Amplifying Voice in Social Science Research, Clare F. Walsh

Sexualities, Clare F. Walsh

Sexualities, Clare F. Walsh

The Politics of Marriage: From Intimacy to Public Policy, Clare F. Walsh

Submissions from 2015

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Reflecting Realities: Aging Through the Eyes of Women Gerontologists, Dana Burr Bradley, Pamela Pitman Brown, Adrienne L. Cohen, and Carroll Estes

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Labor’s Legitimacy: Visibility, Consonance, and Dissonance of the Employee Free Choice Act in major Newspapers, Ted Brimeyer

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Becoming a Gerontologist: Lessons From the WIGL Project, Pamela Pitman Brown, Adrienne L. Cohen, Dana Burr Bradley, Colleen R. Bennett, A. Dawson, and Carroll L. Estes

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"I Knew What to Expect..." Reflections on Knowledge of Aging Versus Personal Experiences of Female Gerontologists, Pamela Pitman Brown, Adrienne L. Cohen, Dana Burr Bradley, and Carroll L. Estes

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Shifts in Students’ Attitudes Toward Elders Through Service Learning With Well and Frail Elders, Adrienne L. Cohen

Framing Sociological Research for Social Media, Nathan S. Palmer

Using Social Media to Teach Sociology, Nathan S. Palmer

Using Wordpress Blogs to Disseminate Sociological Research, Nathan S. Palmer

Courageous Conversations: Discussing Race and Racism at GSU, Nathan S. Palmer and Breyan Haizlip

Submissions from 2014

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Remembering Tony Paredes, Heidi M. Altman

Teaching Aging Policy Using Same Sex Partnerships and Marriages, Adrienne L. Cohen

Taboo Topics in Geriatric Care, Adrienne L. Cohen and Pamela Pitman Brown

Transformative Learning in Online and Face-To-Face Death and Dying Classes, Adrienne L. Cohen and Pamela Pitman Brown

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Integrating the Student Perspective into the Research Process: Students as Co-Researcher, Adrienne L. Cohen and Justin Morales

Advice from Still New Professors to Brand New Professors, Nathan S. Palmer

A New Teacher's Guide to Student Learning, Having Fun, and Surviving your First Class, Nathan S. Palmer

Austerity, The New Normal in Academia?: How Sociologists Are Adjusting to the Changing Political and Economic Landscapes Affecting Higher Education, Nathan S. Palmer

Don't Sacrifice Today's Opportunity For Yesterday's Dream, Nathan S. Palmer

How to Create an Online Platform for Your Research, Nathan S. Palmer

Issues in Education, Nathan S. Palmer

Social Media Training Pre-Conference Workshop, Nathan S. Palmer

Teaching 2.0 - Open Education Resources and Social Media in the Classroom, Nathan S. Palmer

Teaching Large Lecture Classes: Strategies for Student Engagement, Nathan S. Palmer

Teaching Large Lecture Classes: Strategies for Student Engagement, Nathan S. Palmer

Truth Has No Color, Nathan S. Palmer

Using Social Media as a Professional Development Tool, Nathan S. Palmer

When You Play in Dirt, You Get Dirty: Why Everyone Needs to Work Against Racism, Nathan S. Palmer

Why it is Smart to Think of Yourself as Dumb and Dumb to Think of Yourself as Smart, Nathan S. Palmer

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The Bennett Grove School: Bulloch County’s Last One Room African American Schoolhouse, Inger Wood