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Submissions from 2016

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The Effects of Adoption Openness and Type on the Mental Health, Delinquency, and Family Relationships of Adopted Youth. Sociological Spectrum, Laura E. Agnich, April M. Schueths, Tiffany D. James, and Jeff J. Klibert

Submissions from 2015

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Enhancing Scholarship of Teaching and Learning through Micro-Level Collaboration across Two Disciplines, Nancy M. Arrington and Adrienne L. Cohen

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Enhancing the Scholarship of Teaching and Learning Through Micro-Level Collaboration Across Two Disciplines, Nancy M. Arrington and Adrienne L. Cohen

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Living Together, Living Apart Mixed Status Families and US Immigration Policy, April Schueths and Jodie Lawston

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Barriers to Interracial Marriage? Examining Policy Issues Concerning U.S. Citizens Married to Undocumented Latino/a Immigrants, April M. Schueths

It Really Is Not Just Gay, But African American Gay’: The Impact of Community and Church on the Experiences of Black Lesbians Living in North-Central Florida, Clare F. Walsh

Submissions from 2014

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‘It's almost like white supremacy’: Interracial mixed-status couples facing racist nativism, April Schueths

Submissions from 2013

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Online teaching communities within sociology: A counter trend to the marketization of higher education, April Schueths

Submissions from 2012

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History, Language, and Globalization in the North Carolina Cherokee Communities, Heidi M. Altman

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Navigating around educational road blocks: Mentoring for Pre-K to 20+ Latino/a students, April Schueths

Submissions from 2011

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Moving Around the Room: Cherokee Language, Worldview and Memory, Heidi M. Altman and Thomas N. Belt

Submissions from 2009

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Tohi: The Cherokee State of Well­being, Heidi M. Altman and Thomas N. Belt

Submissions from 2008

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Reading History: Cherokee History Through a Cherokee Lens, Heidi M. Altman and Thomas N. Belt