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1 SUNDAY Sunday, 7:00 am Meeting. Section on Medical Sociology Council Meeting Pennsylvania Convention Center, 103B, Level 100, 7:00-8:15am Affiliated Group. Society and Mental Health Editorial Board Meeting Pennsylvania Convention Center, 110AB, Level 100, 7:00-8:15am Participants: Elaine Wethington, Cornell Timothy J. Owens, Kent State Susan Roxburgh, Kent State Meeting Cox-Johnson-Frazier Award Selection Committee Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, 302, Level 3, 7:00-8:15am Meeting Public Understanding of Sociology Award Selection Committee Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, 303, Level 3, 7:00-8:15am Meeting Dissertation Award Selection Committee Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, 304, Level 3, 7:00-8:15am Sunday, 8:30 am Meeting. Committee on Committees Pennsylvania Convention Center, 102B, Level 100, 8:30am- 4:10pm Meeting. Committee on Publications Pennsylvania Convention Center, 103A, Level 100, 8:30am- 4:10pm Departmental Management and Leadership Workshop. Linking Sociology Programs to Students' Career Readiness: Strategies from Practice Pennsylvania Convention Center, 104A, Level 100, 8:30-10:10am Session Organizer: Jeffrey Chin, Le Moyne College Leader: Jeffrey Chin, Le Moyne College Co-Leaders: Mary Scheuer Senter, Central Michigan Renee A. Monson, Hobart and William Smith Colleges Teresa Ciabattari, Pacific Lutheran This workshop is designed to help department and program leaders develop strategies that will help sociology students prepare to enter the labor force successfully. Specific objectives include developing strategies to: Support faculty who would like to develop new courses Support faculty who are looking to integrate activities into existing courses Win over skeptical faculty Our orientation is to suggest that faculty can make these modifications in courses and curricula without reducing the rigor and analytical focus of the undergraduate major and without committing to revisions that are highly taxing in terms of faculty time or the mastery of new material. The workshop draws on research that focuses on skills that employers want (e.g., Hart Research Associates 2015, National Association of Colleges and Employers 2015), students goals and objectives (e.g., Eagan et al. 2017) and sociology graduates first labor market experiences (e.g., Senter et al. 2015). This workshop builds on the material published in The Sociology Major in the Changing Landscape of Higher Education (Pike et al. 2017) and much of it draws from an article forthcoming in Teaching Sociology, Sociology Majors and Labor Market Success (Ciabattari et al. under review) Section on Consumers and Consumption. New Approaches to Inequality and Consumption Pennsylvania Convention Center, 104B, Level 100, 8:30-10:10am Session Organizers: Amanda Koontz, of Central Florida Daniel G. Fridman, of Texas-Austin Presider: Amanda Koontz, of Central Florida Are You Sure You Want that Beer? Gendered Gatekeeping Mechanisms within Craft Beer Culture Megan Nanney, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State ; Nathaniel Gray Chapman, Arkansas Tech ; John Slade Lellock, Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State ; Julie Mikles-Schluterman, Arkansas Tech Food Desert Myths: When Scholarly Consensus and Conventional Wisdom Part Ways Kenneth H. Kolb, Furman Selecting a School in Santiago, Chile: Local Education Markets, Churning, and Social Reproduction via Consumption Joel P. Stillerman, Grand Valley State The Peruvian Foodie Crowd and the Fields of Ethical Consumption Nino Bariola, of Texas-Austin Who Gets What It Takes to be Culinary Omnivores? Ruilin Chen, Boston College Section on Comparative and Historical Sociology. War, States, Money and Culture: New Approaches to Classic Concerns in Comparative and Historical Sociology Pennsylvania Convention Center, 105AB, Level 100, 8:30-10:10am Session Organizer: Stephanie L. Mudge, of California-Davis Anti-Catholicism to Anti-Trumpism: Collaborations and Cleavages on the Christian Right Alex DiBranco, Yale Hammers for Nails, Screwdrivers for Screws: Identifying the Right Tool for the Job in Historical Institutionalism Pierre- Christian Fink, Columbia Rethinking Popular Involvement in Money Politics-revisiting "The Color of Money" (Carruthers and Babb) Jakob Feinig, State of New York-Binghamton Rethinking Revolutions through the Turkish Case: A Critical Overview of the Establishment of the Turkish Republic Vasfiye Betul Toprak, of Virginia Why Wars Made States Only in the West: Revisiting Tilly s

2 Bellicist Thesis Yuval Feinstein, of Haifa; Andreas Wimmer, Columbia Section on Animals and Society Refereed Roundtable Session Pennsylvania Convention Center, 106AB, Level 100, 8:30-9:30am Session Organizer: Elizabeth Grauerholz, of Central Florida Table 01. Animals, Culture and Capital Table Presider: Elizabeth Grauerholz, of Central Florida Inside the Yellow Rectangle: An Analysis of Nonhuman Animal Representations on National Geographic Kids Covers Stephen Patrick Vrla, Michigan State ; Cameron Thomas Whitley, Rutgers -Camden; Linda Elizabeth Kalof, Michigan State The Limitations of Applying Cartesian Dualism to the Prosecution of Wolf Murderers Alexander Thomas Simon, Utah Valley Constructed Lives: How Human Culture Shapes the Lives of Companion Animals Erin Nicole Kidder, of Central Florida Table 02. Animals and Identities Table Presider: Andrea Laurent-Simpson, Southern Methodist Fur, Feathers, and Scales of Identity: Awarding the Nonhuman Animal His Own Identity Theory Marie Carmen Abney, Michigan State Stigmatizing Sin City Bully Culture: Pit Bull Pariahs? Genevieve Minter, of Nevada-Las Vegas Who Let the Dogs In? Anti-black Racism, Social Exclusion and the Question of Who is Human Lynette Parker Table 03: Animals, Work and Social Movements Table Presider: Elizabeth Cherry, Manhattanville College Earning their Trust: How Animal Rescue NPOs Retain Regular Volunteers Seven Mattes Negotiating Legitimacy: Neoliberal and Agrarian Strategies to Resolve the Enigma of Animal Welfare Robert Magneson Chiles, Pennsylvania State ; Scott Cameron Lougheed, Queen's Gross National Happiness and the Well-being of Bhutan's Street Dogs Marion C. Willetts, Illinois State The Happy Vegans: Examining Current Discussions and Trends in the Animal Rights Movement Crystal E. Vuole, Post Meeting. Honors Program Graduate School Briefing Pennsylvania Convention Center, 107AB, Level 100, 8:30-10:10am Thematic Session. The Emotional Consequences of Proactive Policing Pennsylvania Convention Center, 108A, Level 100, 8:30-10:10am Session Organizer: Nikki Jones, of California- Berkeley I'd Rather They Get It From Me: And Other Lessons that Black Parents Teach their Children about Avoiding Lethal Encounters with Police Erin Kerrison, of California-Berkeley You cannot Rat: Race, Policing and the Challenging Circumstances of Black Officers Akwasi Owusu-Bempah, of Toronto Doubly Surveilled: Race, Immigration, and Emotional and Physical Well-being Risks of Neighborhood Policing Patterns Abigail A. Sewell, Emory Current research on emotions, race, and policing Presidential Panel. Exposing Invisible Burdens: Critical Race Theory and Racialized Emotion Pennsylvania Convention Center, 108B, Level 100, 8:30-10:10am Session Organizer: Wendy Leo Moore, Texas A&M What! I Can't Discriminate? I'm Crushed: A Law-andeconomics and Critical Race Theory Analysis of the Comparative Emotional Costs of Hate Speech and Hatespeech Regulation to the Speaker and His Target Richard Delgado, of Alabama; Jean Stefancic, of Alabama Normalizing Hate in Immigration Law Enforcement: Making America White Again Mary Romero, Arizona State Interracial Relationships, Stigma, and Emotion Russell Robinson, of California-Berkeley Discussant: Wendy Leo Moore, Texas A&M Thematic Session. Feeling Race While Teaching Race: The Emotional Lives of Faculty Who Teach Race Studies Courses Pennsylvania Convention Center, 109AB, Level 100, 8:30-10:10am Session Organizer: Mary P. Stricker, Temple Racialized Bodies and Teaching Race: Emotion and Desire in the Classroom Adriana Bohm, Delaware County Community College Is that Black Girl at the Front of the Room the Teacher? Feeling Race in Black, White, and "Other" Michelle D. Byng, Temple Confessions of a White Teacher: Feeling Race at Home, (Un) feeling Race in the Classroom Vaso Thomas, Bronx Community College Facing Feelings While Teaching Race: The Importance of Emotional Competence in Building Cultural Competence in the Classroom Sandra Joy, Rowan This session will examine the racialized emotions that faculty feel when teaching courses on race and racism. Drawing upon Harlow s work on emotion management (2003) while using a collaborative autoethnographic

3 approach (Chang et al. 2012), four faculty members from racially diverse backgrounds will collectively explore the good, the bad, and the ugly emotions we feel when teaching about race and racism. We will examine how these emotions: 1) shape our behavior in and out of the classroom; 2) influence our relationships not only with our students but in our personal lives; 3) affect our overall physical and mental health; and 4) are managed and performed to protect our status in the Academy Professional Development Workshop. Job Market Workshop Pennsylvania Convention Center, 111A, Level 100, 8:30-10:10am Session Organizers: Bianca Manago, Indiana Amy Kroska, of Oklahoma Leader: Amy Kroska, of Oklahoma It is important for all students to have as much information as possible before entering the job market. Currently, there is no job market workshop at ASA. This workshop would be immensely useful to students who are entering and preparing for the job market, given that many early sociologists are the first in their families and social circles to go through the academic job market process. Similarly, most graduate programs do not have formal structures in place that properly prepare students for the job market. By hosting this workshop, we would help prepare students for both the industrial and academic job market, and hopefully reduce some of the inequality that stems from a paucity of information and/or cultural capital Thematic Session. Feeling Race in School Pennsylvania Convention Center, 111B, Level 100, 8:30-10:10am Session Organizer: Amanda Evelyn Lewis, of Illinois at Chicago Presider: Amanda Evelyn Lewis, of Illinois at Chicago Panelists: Prudence L. Carter, of California-Berkeley Roslyn A. Mickelson, of North Carolina-Charlotte This session will explore the conference theme though a close examination of schools, a key social institution that is a major arena both of socialization and stratification. Race is felt in schools on multiple levels including structural, cultural, social psychological and interactional. Where schools are located, how they are organized and funded, how attendance patterns are created, how students are assigned to classes, how textbooks are written have all historically been racialized processes. But schools don t merely generate or mitigate racial inequality, they also generate identities and emotions. Scholars on this panel will discuss the many ways that race is felt in schools both indirectly and directly providing or constraining opportunity and also shaping students sense of self and relationship to the world Teaching and Learning Symposium. Workshop on Taking Introduction to Sociology to the Next Level Pennsylvania Convention Center, 113A, Level 100, 8:30-10:10am Session Organizer: Margaret Weigers Vitullo, American Sociological Association Presider: Katherine R. Rowell, Sinclair Community College Shepherding Award-winning Research Papers: It Can Even Be Accomplished in an Introductory Course Susan Palmer, Walla Walla Community College Internationalizing Introduction to Sociology Rachel Sarah Core, Stetson Section on Communication, Information Technologies, and Media Sociology. Media and Power Pennsylvania Convention Center, 113B, Level 100, 8:30-10:10am Session Organizer: Laura Robinson, Santa Clara Crisis and Civility: Twitter Discourse after Campus Shootings Deana Rohlinger, Florida State ; Cynthia Michelle Williams, Florida State From Secrecy to Public Containment Valerie Arnhold Internet as Battleground: Struggles for Net Neutrality and Globalization from Below Sara Schoonmaker, of Redlands Invisible Networked Publics and Hidden Contention: Youth Activism and Social Media Tactics under Repression Ashley Lee Media, Power, and Conspicuous Charity in International Development Apryl A. Williams, Susquehanna No Kid is An Island: Privacy Scarcities and Digital Inequalities Brian Gran, Case Western Reserve Regular Sessions. Economic Sociology: Maintaining Markets Pennsylvania Convention Center, 113C, Level 100, 8:30-10:10am Session Organizer: Elizabeth Popp Berman, State of New York-Albany Presider: Simone Polillo, of Virginia Art-forArt's-Sake: A Long-Term Strategy for Stable Market Growth and Price Increases James Whitcomb Riley, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Moving Money in Times of Crisis: Informal Financial Networks in Syria s Conflict Economy Gozde Guran, Princeton Reengineering Oversight: Regulating Algorithms in Financial Markets Bo Hee Min, Copenhagen Business School Useful Information: Exchanges, Information Technologies, and the Mediation of Power David L. Pinzur, of California-San Diego Discussant: Juan Pablo Pardo-Guerra, of California- San Diego Regular Sessions. Social Inequality and Stratification: Cross-national Examples Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, 403, Level 4, 8:30-10:10am Session Organizer: Mamadi Corra, East Carolina Presider: Boniface Noyongoyo, of Central Florida Educational Assortative Mating in sub-saharan Africa: Compositional Changes and Implications for Household Wealth Inequality Luca Maria Pesando, of Pennsylvania English Proficiency and Earnings Inequality: Occupational Language Exclusion in Hong Kong Mengyu Liu, Hong Kong of Science and Technology; Jun Li, Shanghai

4 Academy of Social Sciences Income Determinants in Rural Migrants and Urban Workers in Urban China Yuling Wu, Peking ; Hong Xiao, Nanyang Technological The effect of parental joblessness on wages in Australia Matthew Curry, of Melbourne; Irma Mooi-Reci, of Melbourne Variations on a Theme: Occupational Hierarchies across Workplaces in Sweden Dustin Avent-Holt, Augusta ; Martin Hallsten, Stockholm ; David A. Cort, of Massachusetts-Amherst Regular Sessions. Big Data and New Methods in Sociological Research Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, 404, Level 4, 8:30-10:10am Session Organizer: Xi Song, of Chicago Presider: Brandon Michael Stewart, Princeton Data-driven Data Provision: A Case Study from the Fragile Families Challenge Alexander Kindel, Princeton ; Kristin Dunham Catena, Princeton ; Thomas Hartshorne, Princeton ; Kate Jaeger, Princeton ; Dawn Koffman, Princeton ; Sara S. McLanahan, Princeton ; Maya Phillips, Princeton ; Shiva Rouhani, Princeton Meta-Analysis in the Era of Big Data: Power and Heterogeneity Guangyu Tong, Duke ; Guang Guo, of North Carolina Connecting HUD Continuum of Care Point-in-Time Homeless Counts to US Census Geographies: Zack W. Almquist, of Minnesota; Nathaniel Helwig, of Minnesota; Yun You, of Minnesota The Spatial Proximity and Connectivity (SPC) Method for Measuring and Analyzing Residential Segregation Elizabeth Roberto, Princeton Extending the Ranked Exponential Random Graph Modeling Framework to Network Data From Subjective Ratings Francis Lee, of California-Irvine; Pavel N. Krivitsky, of Wollongong Regular Sessions. Citizenship Status in the United States: An Examination of Past and Current Trends Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, 405, Level 4, 8:30-10:10am Session Organizer: Roberto R. Ramirez, U.S. Census Bureau Presider: Roberto R. Ramirez, U.S. Census Bureau Citizenship Acquisition among Immigrant Members of the U.S. Military Sofya Aptekar, of Massachusetts- Boston Citizenship and the U.S. Census Bureau Matthew Spence; Roberto R. Ramirez, U.S. Census Bureau Growing up Faster? The Transition to Adulthood at the Intersection of Race, Sex and Citizenship Laryssa Mykyta, of Texas-Rio Grande Valley; Salvatore J. Restifo, of Texas-Rio Grande Valley Race and the Empire-State: Puerto Ricans' Unequal U.S. Citizenship Ariana Jeanette Valle, of California- Los Angeles Regular Sessions. Comparative Sociology Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, 406, Level 4, 8:30-10:10am Session Organizer: Erica Chito Childs, City of New York-Hunter College and The Graduate Center Legal Decision-Making in Iraqi Kurdistan Jesse S.G. Wozniak, West Virginia ; Gabrielle Ann Ferrales, of Minnesota-Twin Cities Rediscovering Duverger: The Single Member District Fallacy Luke Elliott-Negri The Worldwide Diffusion and Institutionalization of Lifelong Learning: A Cross-national Analysis Jungeun Lee, of Georgia Regular Sessions. Poverty Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, 407, Level 4, 8:30-10:10am Session Organizer: Waverly Duck, of Pittsburgh Presider: Susila Gurusami, of Toronto How Poor African American Mothers Make Decisions to Engage with (and Avoid) Safety Net Institutions Cayce C. Hughes, Rice Pervasive Penality: How Poverty is Perpetuated by the Criminalization of Homelessness Christopher Herring, of California-Berkeley; Dilara Yarbrough, San Francisco State Race, Gender, and Poverty Governance: The Case of the U.S. Child Welfare System Kerry Woodward, California State -Long Beach Targeting Poverty in the Courts: Using Technology to Improve the Measurement of Ability to Pay Fines Meghan M O'Neil, of Michigan; JJ Prescott, of Michigan Regular Sessions. The Changing Nature of Work and Organizing Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, 408, Level 4, 8:30-10:10am Session Organizer: Emilio J. Castilla, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Presider: Rodrigo Canales, Yale School of Management Rocket Ship and Roller Coaster : Reimagining Startups and their Role in the New Economy Kevin Woojin Lee, New York ; Damon Jeremy Phillips, Columbia Culture in the Cloud: Managing Digital Labor in a Transnational Startup Firm Benjamin James Shestakofsky, of California-Berkeley Learning Conflict: Enacting a Hybrid Organizational Identity in Product Development Matthew Regele, Yale Racial Diversity in Startup Hiring Santiago Campero, HEC Montréal; Aleksandra Joanna Kacperczyk, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Discussant: Rodrigo Canales, Yale School of Management

5 2154. Regular Sessions. Political Tolerance and Bias Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, 409, Level 4, 8:30-10:10am Session Organizer: Debra Minkoff, Barnard College A New Approach to the Study of Tolerance Mikael Hjerm, Umeå ; Maureen A. Eger, Umeå ; Andrea Bohman, Umeå ; Filip Fors, Umeå The Limits of Tolerance: Extreme Speakers on Campus Anna Boch, Stanford Immigration, Prejudice, and the Redistribution of Wealth: A Study of Public Opinion Michael Gene Lenmark, State of New York-Stony Brook Comparing and Relating Anti-Semitic and Anti-Muslim Views in America Joseph H. Gerteis, of Minnesota; Nir Rotem, of Minnesota Regular Sessions. Racial and Ethnic Inequality Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, 410, Level 4, 8:30-10:10am Session Organizer: Vilna Francine Bashi Treitler, of California-Santa Barbara Colorblind Racism and Environmental Inequalities: Examining Race and Toxic Exposure in Brazilian Sugarcane Ian Robert Carrillo, of Wisconsin White Nationalism and the Surveillance of Blackness Natalie P. Byfield, St. John's Regular Sessions. Reproductive Control and Decision- Making Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, 411, Level 4, 8:30-10:10am Session Organizer: Katherine M. Johnson, Tulane Presider: Katherine M. Johnson, Tulane Choice Matters: Reproductive Justice and the Availability of VBAC Louise Marie Roth, of Arizona Learning to Question and Control: Prenatal Care as Pedagogical to Vaccine Refusal Jennifer A. Reich, of Colorado-Denver Reproductive (In)Justice and the Contraceptive Paradox: Women s Experiences with the Promotion of Long-acting Reversible Contraception Emily S. Mann, of South Carolina Risk, Responsibility, and Rugged Empowerment in Mothers and Birth Workers Birth Narratives Katharine McCabe, of Illinois at Chicago Upholding Ideology, Eroding Autonomy: Gendered Compulsory Birth Control and the Problems of Sex and Gender Krystale Littlejohn, Occidental College Regular Sessions. Social Network Studies of Health and Well-being Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, 412, Level 4, 8:30-10:10am Session Organizer: Pamela A. Popielarz, of Illinois at Chicago Presider: Brittany N. Dernberger, of Maryland- College Park Late-Life Relocation and Network Turnover: How Distance Moved and Health Link to the Social Convoy Philip James Badawy, of Toronto; Markus H. Schafer, of Toronto Stepwise Social Network Exposure Effects on Cognitive Development in Early Childhood Eun Kyong Shin, of Tennessee; Frances Tylavsky, of Tennessee; Nicole Bush, of California-San Francisco; Kaja LeWinn, of California-San Francisco; Robert Lowell Davis, of Tennessee; Arash Shaban-Nejad, of Tennessee Close but No Cigar: Linking Heterogenous Spousal Contagion in Cigarette Smoking to Differences in Marital Quality Linda Zhao, Harvard Minority Fellowship Program. Issues in Childhood, Child Support, and Marginalization Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, 413, Level 4, 8:30-10:10am Session Organizers: Jean H. Shin, American Sociological Association Rebekah Smith, American Sociological Association Ingrid E. Castro, Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts They Look at You Like You re Nothing: Shame and Stigma in the Child Support System Brittany Battle, Rutgers -New Brunswick Parental Incarceration and Institutional Avoidance During the Transition to Adulthood: Criminal Justice Contact or Family Dynamics? Yader R. Lanuza, of Miami Present Oriented or Prescient? Why Racially-Marginalized Youth are Way Ahead of Their Time Rahsaan Mahadeo, of Minnesota Regular Sessions. Advances in Mobility Research: Mechanisms and Intervening Processes Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, Franklin Hall 1, Level 4, 8:30-10:10am Session Organizer: Kim Weeden, Cornell Parental Welfare Dependency and Children s Educational Attainment in Denmark Peter Fallesen, Stockholm ; Fabrizio Bernardi, European Institute Beyond Social Reproduction: How Greater Equality is Achieved During the Transition from College to Work Jessi Streib, Duke Intra-generational Mobility between the Regular and Nonregular Employment Sectors in Japan Yoshimichi Sato, Tohoku Intragenerational Occupational Mobility in South Korea, Bongoh Kye, Kookmin ; Sun-Jae Hwang, Chungnam National, Korea; Yool Choi, Korea National of Education A Conditional Logit Model of Occupational Mobility by Gender in the United States, Constance Hsiung, of Michigan

6 2166. Regular Sessions. Aging Populations and Intergenerational Connections Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, Franklin Hall 2, Level 4, 8:30-10:10am Session Organizer: Barbara A. Anderson, of Michigan Presider: Barbara A. Anderson, of Michigan Aging Well in an Aging World: Inequalities in Health and Wellbeing across the Life Course Lindsey P. Peterson, Mississippi State ; Margaret Ralston, Mississippi State Dual Vulnerability: Parental Absence and Grandparentcaregiving in the Wake of the Contemporary American Opioid Epidemic Jessica Y. Ho, of Southern California Extended Family Households among U.S. Children: Differences by Race/Ethnicity and SES Christina Cross, of Michigan The Changing Sex Composition of Aging Populations: Implications for Policy and Families Mike Hollingshaus, of Utah; Rebecca L. Utz, of Utah; Ken Smith, of Utah; Ryan Schacht, of Utah Regular Sessions. Analyses of Urban and Rural Spaces, and Racialized Sexual and Gender Identities Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, Franklin Hall 3, Level 4, 8:30-10:10am Session Organizer: Salvador Vidal-Ortiz, American Defining an Embodied Approach to Racialization within Exotic Dance Cristina Khan, of Connecticut Five Methodological Problems in Gayborhood Studies Amin Ghaziani, of British Columbia Oh, By the Way, I m : Strategies for Negotiating Rural Queer and Trans Living Amanda A. Stewart, of Illinois at Chicago Sexual Deserts and Oases: How Urban Structures Create and Perpetuate Sexual Inequality Morgan Robert Purrier, of Michigan The Jezebel Speaks: Black Women and Erotic Labor in the Digital Age Melissa Brown Section on Organizations, Occupations and Work. Gender and Work Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, Franklin Hall 4, Level 4, 8:30-10:10am Session Organizer: Emily A. Barman, Boston Presider: Carmen Rowe, Boston Change and Divergence in Gendered Organizations: Explaining Women s Under-Representation in Decision-Making Madeleine Pape, of Wisconsin-Madison Lion Pills and Failed Scientists: How Organizational Culture Facilitates Gendered Careers among Life Science Postdocs Anne Kathrin Kronberg, Goethe, Frankfurt; Heather Hofmeister, Goethe, Frankfurt; Matthias Revers, of Frankfurt Organizations as Equalizers? Employer-provided Childcare, Working Mothers' Labor Supply, and the Limits of Familybased Networks David Pedulla, Stanford ; Aruna Ranganathan, Stanford The Persistence of New Parents in STEM? Erin A. Cech, of Michigan; Mary Blair-Loy, of California-San Diego Discussant: Michelle J. Budig, of Massachusetts- Amherst Section on Sociology of Education. School Context Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, Franklin Hall 5, Level 4, 8:30-10:10am Session Organizers: Dara Shifrer, Portland State Paul Joseph Deppen, Portland State Daniel Mackin Freeman, Portland State Presider: Susan A. Dumais, City of New York- Lehman College How Women Studying STEM Perceive Traditionally Feminine Fields and the Women Who Work in Them Karlia Nicole Brown, Northwestern Navigating the Shapeless River: Institutional Contexts and Information-seeking Behaviors of Transfer-intending Community College Students Lauren Schudde, of Texas-Austin; Huriya Jabbar, of Texas-Austin; Catherine Hartman, of Texas-Austin Organizing Authority Relations for Success: Communal, Authoritative, Authoritarian, Moral, and Criminalization Approaches Sarah K. Bruch, of Iowa Parenting Performativities: Gender Ideology, Parenting Practices, and Racialized Gender Differences in Developed Achievement Ezekiel Juma Dixon-Roman, of Pennsylvania; Ama Nyame-Mensah, of Pennsylvania; Deepa Vasudevan, Harvard Statewide LGBTQ Equality and the School Experiences of Sexual Minority Youth Jennifer Pearson, Wichita State ; Lindsey Wilkinson, Portland State Discussant: Rachel Elizabeth Fish, New York Theory Section. Social Theory and Political Modernity in Crisis: Authority, Power, Violence Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, Franklin Hall 6, Level 4, 8:30-10:10am Session Organizers: Isaac Ariail Reed, of Virginia Anne Marie Champagne, Yale Presider: Isaac Ariail Reed, of Virginia Panelists: Julia Potter Adams, Yale Michael Rodriguez-Muñiz, Northwestern Jeffrey Goldfarb, New School for Social Research Dylan John Riley, of California-Berkeley Section on Racial and Ethnic Minorities. Feeling Race:

7 Arabs and Muslims in the United States Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, Franklin Hall 7, Level 4, 8:30-10:10am Session Organizer: Louise Cainkar, Marquette Presider: Kristine J. Ajrouch, Eastern Michigan Resettled and Unsettled: Syrian Refugee Racialization Heba Gowayed Guilty by Association: Iran, the United States, and the Power of Global Politics Sahar Sadeghi, Muhlenberg College Muslim Labor Force Participation in the United States: Gender Inequality or Ethno-religious Penalties Eman Abdelhadi, New York Discussant: Kristine J. Ajrouch, Eastern Michigan Special Session. Neoliberal Racism/Racial Neoliberalism Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, Franklin Hall 8, Level 4, 8:30-10:10am Session Organizer: Andy Clarno, of Illinois at Chicago Presider: Andy Clarno, of Illinois at Chicago From Racial Capitalism to Racial Justice: Struggle in the American Empire Keeanga-Yamahtta Taylor, Princeton Black Studies and the Critique of Neoliberalism Roderick Ferguson, of Chicago The Logic of Illogical Demands: Countering Neoliberalism at the Grass Roots George Lipsitz, of California- Santa Barbara Race, Resilience, Rebirth and the Neoliberal Remix of Public Education in Post-Katrina New Orleans Adrienne Dixson, of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign Discussant: Andy Clarno, of Illinois at Chicago Building on scholarship that explores the relationship between neoliberalism and colorblind racism, this panel will analyze the complex entanglements of racism and capitalism in the contemporary world. How do neoliberal projects articulate with efforts to restructure racial, colonial, and imperial domination? The dynamics are complex and contradictory: shifts in the racial composition of middle and upper classes alongside the deepening exploitation and abandonment of the racialized poor; a resurgence of virulent white supremacy amid continued denials of structural racism; formal legal equality coupled with racialized policing and exclusionary state violence. As elites attempt to expand relations of domination and exploitation, crises open new terrain for local and transnational struggles against racism, capitalism, and heteropatriarchy. Bringing together scholars who analyze the racial dynamics of neoliberalism in the US and around the world, this panel will focus on the following questions: (1) What theoretical frames do you find most productive for analyzing the shifting configurations of racism and capitalism in the contemporary world? (2) What are the most sophisticated or dangerous new formations of racial neoliberalism/neoliberal racism? (3) Where do you see openings or spaces for opposing, escaping, or subverting these formations? Section on the Sociology of the Family. Parenting and Inequality Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, Franklin Hall 9, Level 4, 8:30-10:10am Session Organizer: Jessica Halliday Hardie, City of New York-Hunter College and The Graduate Center Presider: Kristin Turney, of California-Irvine Low-income Black Mothers Parenting Adolescents in the Mass Incarceration Era: The Long Reach of Criminalization Sinikka Elliott, of British Columbia; Megan Reid, of Wisconsin-Madison Does Education Homogenize Parenting Practices? Asta Breinholt, of Copenhagen When Does It Pay Off to Work? Childcare Costs and Employment after Birth, Pilar Gonalons-Pons, of Pennsylvania Mothers Education Level and Time with Children: In What Spheres are There Inequalities? Melissa A. Milkie, of Toronto; Dana Wray, of Toronto Getting the Court in Your Business: Parenting Time, Legal Distrust, and Family Court Involvement Maureen Waller, Cornell Section on International Migration. Immigration, Federalism, and Integration in U.S. States and Localities Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, Franklin Hall 10, Level 4, 8:30-10:10am Session Organizers: Angela S. Garcia, of Chicago Jennifer A. Jones, of Notre Dame Presider: Jennifer A. Jones, of Notre Dame Emigrant Claims and Consular Protection Services in the United States: Mexico s Department of Protection Data, Ricardo David Martinez-Schuldt, of North Carolina-Chapel Hill Local Laws and Local Networks: The Role of Civil Society Networks in Immigration Federalism Justin Steil, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Long Term Effects of Legal Status/DACA Across Local Ecosystem and Through Changes in Immigration Federalism Robert Courtney Smith, City of New York-Baruch College and The Graduate Center Mediating Illegality: Federal, State, and Institutional Policies in the Educational Experiences of Undocumented College Students Martha Arhemi Morales Hernandez, of California-Irvine; Daniel Millan, of California- Irvine; Daisy Vazquez Vera, of California-Los Angeles Discussant: Shannon Marie Gleeson, Cornell Special Session. Neighborhood Effects in the Age of Big Data Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, Franklin Hall 11, Level 4, 8:30-10:10am Session Organizer: Corina Graif, Pennsylvania State Panelists: Christopher R. Browning, Ohio State Robert J. Sampson, Harvard John R. Hipp, of California-Irvine

8 Andrew V. Papachristos, Northwestern Decades of research suggest that neighborhood disadvantage negatively affects individuals' behavior and outcomes. Yet, studies like the Moving to Opportunity, a large field experiment in five US cities, showed that moving families from high- to low- poverty neighborhoods increased rather than decreased risky behavior among some youth. The proposed panel will address this and other similarly puzzling findings and connect them to two critical weaknesses of conventional neighborhood research: a) the assumption that residential neighborhoods function independently of each other - ignoring risk factors in areas away from home where people interact with others; and b) as importantly, insufficient understanding of neighborhood mechanisms and heterogeneity in causal effects. The panelists will systematically discuss these and related critical barriers in the field together with possible solutions using recent advancements in Big Data analytics and computational social science. In order to model hidden interdependencies among individuals and neighborhoods and operationalize underlying mechanisms, sociologists are beginning to bring together multiple large scale datasets with varied content, and complex structures like network and spatial interdependencies, and match them to more traditional representative survey and observational data -- with implications for the future of sociological research on neighborhood effects. The proposed panelists are distinguished scholars from different universities and come from different backgrounds and perspectives. They have written extensively on the subject of neighborhood effects, ecological networks, networks and geography, inter-neighborhood interactions and dependencies, social distance, and social capital -- and are pushing the boundaries of sociology in this rapidly growing area Section on Collective Behavior and Social Movements. Beyond the Civil Rights Paradigm: Inter-sectional Dynamics in Movements for Racial Justice (Cosponsored with Section on Racial and Ethnic Minorities) Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, Franklin Hall 12, Level 4, 8:30-10:10am Session Organizers: Selina R. Gallo-Cruz, College of the Holy Cross Gilda Zwerman, State of New York-Old Westbury Presider: Belinda Robnett, of California-Irvine Boundary Claims and Comparison Work in Early Asian and Hispanic Panethnic Movements G. Cristina Mora, of California-Berkeley; Dina G. Okamoto, Indiana Colorblind Anti-Corporatism: Globalization Politics and the Consolidation of Colorblind Racial Regimes Eric Larson Don t Yuck My Yum: Putting Children First through Crosscommunity Collective Action Among Parents of Color Jennifer Elena Cossyleon, Loyola How Does the Non-profit Industrial Complex Impact Movements Led By People of Color? Michelle Oyakawa, of California-Santa Barbara Discussant: Belinda Robnett, of California-Irvine Professional Development Workshop. Bringing Socio- Economics Statistics Close to Home: Using State and Local Census Data in the Classroom Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, Franklin Hall 13, Level 4, 8:30-10:10am Session Organizers: Joe Quartullo, U.S. Census Bureau Noemi Mendez, U.S. Census Bureau This professional development, hands-on workshop will introduce and expand upon the U.S. Census Bureau s easily accessible data tools, with an emphasis on social and economic data at the state and local levels. It will include a brief history of the decennial census, list on-going census bureau surveys, explain census geographic concepts, and clarify available data sets (i.e 1 yr. vs. 5 yr, etc.). Participants will have an opportunity to access, edit and transpose tables and create thematic maps using state or local data from the Census Bureau s most prolific survey, The American Community Survey. Race, Ethnicity and Ancestry data will be highlighted in accordance with the conference theme. Data tools such as Quickfacts, the American Factfinder, My Congressional District, On the Map, and the newest tool, census.gov will be introduced. Laptops recommended. Information on future training sessions and workshops will be provided Section on Sociology of Development Refereed Roundtable Session Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, Salon C, Level 5, 8:30-9:30am Session Organizer: Benjamin Bradlow, Brown Table 01. Cities Table Presider: Steven Edward Schmidt, of California-Irvine Schools of Citizenship: How Scale, Autonomy, and Context Shape the Functions of Civil Society Ijlal H. Naqvi, Singapore Management The End Is Near: Shifting Police-Community-Drug Dealer Relations in the Olympic Favela Stefanie Israel de Souza, of Notre Dame The Multi-scalar State with Globalizing Visions: Recruiting High-end Talent for Urban Development in China Yingchan Zhang, Northeastern Table 02. Bureaucracy and Institutions I Table Presider: Steven Samford, of Michigan Do Political Institutions Improve Health? A Cross-national Analysis of Democracy, State Health Spending, and Weberian Bureaucracy Erin Metz McDonnell, of Notre Dame The Developmental State as a Social Relation: Reconsidering the Work of Nicos Poulantzas Jason Mueller, of California-Irvine The State and Economic Development in the Americas: A Weberian View of Patrimonialism, Bureaucracy, and Growth Timothy P. Wickham-Crowley, Georgetown Why Developmental States Accept Guest Workers: Bureaucratic Policy-making and the Politics of Labour Migration Jack Jin Gary Lee, Oberlin College Table 03. Bureaucracy and Institutions II Table Presider: Lorna Lueker Zukas, National Cultivating Violence: Trade Liberalization, Labor Informality, and the Mexican Drug Trade Joel S. Herrera, of California-Los Angeles Fue el Estado: Social Movements and Neoliberal Development in Mexico Christy Thornton, Johns Hopkins

9 Producer Predictors for Maintaining Fairtrade Certification and Overall Satisfaction with the Scheme: A SEM Path Analysis Anne Mook, of Florida The Burkinabè State and Natural Resources Management: Internal Tensions and External Pressures Antoine Dolcerocca, State of New York-Binghamton Table 04. Knowledge Table Presider: Ryan James Parsons, Princeton Counted as Present, but Quiet as Mice: The Governing Role of Metrics in Gender-related Development Programming Emily Springer, of Minnesota If You Fall, Stand Up Again: Financial Literacy as Debt- Discipline Maryann Bylander, Lewis & Clark College; Phasy Res, Independent Scholar Translation as Knowledge Production: Where There is No Doctor in Tamil Lillian Walkover, of California-San Francisco When Global Economic Ideas Become Political: Economic Knowledge Regimes, Politics and the Public in China Yibing Shen, Brown Table 05. Land Table Presider: Manjusha S. Nair, George Mason Ecologically Unequal Exchange and Governance: A Crossnational Analysis of Forest Loss Jamie Marie Sommer, State of New York-Stony Brook Examining Brazil s Northeast Question: The Agrarian Roots of Underdevelopment in Brazil s Poorest Region Chris Carlson, City of New York-The Graduate Center Fictitious but Not Utopian: Land Commodification in Polanyi and Rural India Michael Levien, Johns Hopkins Opportunity and Inequality in a Changing Economy: How Havana's Emerging Real-estate Market Reproduces Inequality Martina Kunovic, of Wisconsin- Madison Table 06. Finance and Investment Table Presider: Junmin Wang, of Memphis Credit Access Double Bind in China Huacen Xu, of Maryland-College Park The Direction, Patterns, and Practices of Chinese Investments in Philippine Mining Alvin Camba, Johns Hopkins Table 07. Gender Table Presider: Susan Hagood Lee, Boston A Cross-national Examination of Food Insecurity and Women's Empowerment Amanda Wyant, North Carolina State Empowering Ultradisadvantaged by Class, Gender and Geography? Assessment Research of Mera Biswas (I trust) in Odhisa Moushumi Roy, Michigan State For the Mothers and Children of our Country: HIV Policy Innovation from the Global South Amy Yuan Zhou, of California-Los Angeles Getting a Feel for Development: How Feelings Research Can Provide New Insights into Development Workers Sophia Boutilier, State of New York-Stony Brook Table 08. Health and Population Table Presider: Helena E. Dagadu, Loyola -Chicago A Migration Story: Projecting Population Change in Argentina Anne DeLessio-Parson, Pennsylvania State Direct or Distributive Impacts on Health: A Cross-national Examination of Democracy and Infant Mortality Mark D. Noble, Lehigh Social Disadvantage and Mental Health: A Developing Country Perspective Aashish Gupta, of Pennsylvania; Diane Coffey, of Texas-Austin The Colonial Hangover in Africa's Population Dynamics Joan Ryan, of Pennsylvania Sociology in Practice Settings Symposium. Workshop on Integrity and Action: How to Bring Your Sociological Awareness, Theory, and Methods to Applied Settings Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, Salon D, Level 5, 8:30-10:10am Session Organizer: Nicole V. Amaya, American Sociological Association Presider: Lesleigh Arlene Campanale, IEEE Cultural Competence and Cultural Humility: Navigating Racialized Emotions, Class and Culture as an Outside Evaluator Mindy L. Fried, Arbor Consulting Partners Moving from Thermometer to Thermostat: Using Sociology to Promote Change in Applied Settings (Sponsored by PEAC) Cameron Macdonald, Qualitative Health Research Consultants; Chloe E. Bird, RAND; Mindy L. Fried, Arbor Consulting Partners; Matt Wray, Temple ; Adia M. Harvey Wingfield, Washington -St. Louis Section on Race, Gender, and Class Refereed Roundtable Session Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, Salon G, Level 5, 8:30-9:30am Session Organizer: Kristen Barber, Southern Illinois, Carbondale Table 01. Race and Identity Can I Tell My Story: Niobe She is Life and World of Wakanda Myron T. Strong, Community College of Baltimore County; Alicia L. Brunson, Kansas State Intersectionality and the Duboisian Approach to Collective Identity Monica E. Williams, Texas A&M The Power of Place: Identity in the Making of Puerto Rican Counterspace Lara Perez-Felkner, Florida State

10 ; Maritza Torres, Florida State Table 02. Race, Gender, Bodies Beauty Nationalism, Femininity and Affect: Racialized Feelings in Globalized Media Culture Meeta Rani Jha, of California-Berkeley Complex Negotiations and Navigations for Muslim Women Who Veil and Those Who Don t Jessica Stallone, of Toronto Two Warring Ideals in One Dark Body: Theorizing Black Women s Embodiment Through Double Consciousness Niamba Baskerville, Northwestern Table 03. Issues of Class and Mobility An Intersectional Analysis of Capital in the Context of the British South Asian Middle Classes Rima Saini, City of London Of Mortgages and Marriage: Gender, Marital Status, and Homeownership in the United States Sarah Catherine Billups, of Minnesota Standing at the Intersection: Examining the Quest for the American Dream among Black Middle-class Parents Chelsi Chanel Florence, of California-Davis The Historical Contingencies of Racialized Class Relations Jeb Sprague-Silgado, of California-Santa Barbara; Salvador Rangel, of California- Santa Barbara Table 04. Inequality in the Ivory Tower Developing Valid and Reliable Measures for Climate in a Setting Mangala Subramaniam, Purdue ; Zachary D. Palmer, Purdue Stretched Thin? The Paradox of Promoting Diversity in Higher Education Edward Smith, Northwestern ; Yuan Tian, Northwestern Unlocking the Dark Side of the Ivory Tower: From Classical to Inclusive Jennifer Nora Adkins, of British Columbia Table 05. Gender, Race, and Criminality Criminality as a Mechanism of Color-blind Racialization Long before Mass Incarceration Joshua Kaiser, Dartmouth College Decarceration for Whom? Racial Disparities in Diversion of Young Sexually Abusive Youth, MA Traci Schlesinger, DePaul Gender in CJ-oriented Drug Treatment: Rethinking Hegemonic Masculinity Kerwin Kaye, Wesleyan Table 06: Race and Emotions Coping with the Violent Death of a Friend: The Disenfranchised Grief of Black Adolescent Boys Nora Gross, of Pennsylvania Emotional Prejudice-Types Nicole M. Butkovich Kraus, Rutgers The Circulation of Affects and Emotions in Racialized Encounters Pablo Vila, Temple ; Edward Anthony Avery-Natale, Mercer County Community College You Feel Almost Like You're Less Than Human: Emotion Management by African American Consumers Martha Crowley, North Carolina State ; Stacy De Coster, North Carolina State ; Taurean Brown, North Carolina State ; Chaniqua Simpson, North Carolina State Table 07. Mental Health and Coping Early Economic Disadvantage, Maternal Support, and Depressive Symptoms among Black Americans in Young Adulthood Andrea K. Henderson, of South Carolina; Mia J. Brantley, of South Carolina LGBTQ+ Latino/a Young People s Interpretations of Stigma and Mental Health: An Intersectional Minority Stress Perspective Rachel M. Schmitz, of Texas-Rio Grande Valley; Brandon Andrew Robinson, of California-Riverside; Jennifer Tabler, of Texas-Rio Grande Valley; Brett Welch, of Texas-Rio Grande Valley; Sidra Rafaqut, of Texas-Rio Grande Valley The Disciplinary Dumping Ground: How Black Girls Enrolled in a Continuation School Negotiate Everyday Violence Kenly E. Brown, of California- Berkeley Table 08. Race and Gender in College Re-examining the Relationship between Gender and College Major Decisions: A Longitudinal, Interviewbased Approach Kate Khanna, Columbia ; Greer Caitlin Mellon, Columbia ; Christina Ciocca, Columbia (Re)interpreting and (Re)negotiating Identities among Female Chinese American Undergraduate and Graduate Students Qing Li, Jiangxi of Finance and Economics Talking Intersectionality? Student Identities, Experiences, and Normativities in a Public Esther Chan, Yale The Shifting Salience of Skin Color for Educational Attainment Amelia R. Branigan, of Illinois at Chicago; Jeremy Freese, Stanford ; Steven Sidney, Kaiser Permanente Table 09: Politics of Whiteness Doing Diversity or Keeping Homogeneity: Masculinity and Whiteness in Rock Music Classification Julian Schaap, Erasmus ; Pauwke Berkers, Erasmus From Ferguson to Gamergate to Charlottesville: Masculinity and Whiteness in Social Movement Mobilization Josephine Nummi, Texas A&M Where s the White in White Working Class? Trump, Race, and the 2016 Election Robert Biggert, Assumption

11 College You're Calling Me a Racist? The Affective and Moral Terrain of Everyday Relations of Race Sarita Srivastava, Queen's Table 10: Race and Gender in Movements The Varying Use of Racial Frames by French Social Movements Gregory Smithsimon, City of New York-Brooklyn We Have a Global Black Village: The Transnational Movements for Black Lives Brittany Lee Frederick, Boston Table 11. Youth Movements Black and Latino Young Men, Intersectionality, and Grassroots Youth Organizing Across California Uriel Serrano, of California-Santa Cruz (I Want To) Change the World: An Analysis of Future Orientation of Homeless Youth in Atlanta Ana LaBoy, Georgia State We Have a Place Here Too: Black Girls Run as a Minority Culture of Mobility Alicia Smith-Tran, Case Western Reserve Table 12. Inequality in Work Effects of Race and Gender on Perceived Employment Discrimination Chrystal Hicks, Texas Woman's Girls Domestic and Care Work in Brazil: Educational Consequences and Connections to Mothers Work Aida Villanueva, of Texas-Austin; Maria Carolina Mota Pereira Aragao, of Texas-Austin On Her Shoulders: Household Reproduction and Domestic Workers in Peru Leda M. Perez, Universidad del Pacifico The Only Woman in the Room: Understanding the Gender Gap in Multidistrict Litigation Leadership Appointments Dana Alvare, of Delaware Table 13. Relationships and Reproduction Racial Logics of Abortion: Racial Variations in Support for Abortion in the 2014 GSS Amalia Ashley, of Arizona Revisiting Gendered Eugenics : Race and Egg Donation Markets in an Era of Racial Resentment Erin Heidt- Forsythe, Pennsylvania State Sentencing Hearings as Sites for Rhetorical Reclamation of Black Motherhood: The Case of Marissa Alexander Caliesha Lavonne Comley, Boston College Telling an Exceptional Love Story: Interrogating Televised Narratives of Mixed Unions in Canada Tanvi Sirari, of British Columbia Section on Medical Sociology Refereed Roundtable Session Philadelphia Marriott Downtown, Salon H, Level 5, 8:30-9:30am Session Organizer: Matthew K. Grace, Hamilton College Table 01. New Health Technologies and Alternative Care Approaches Table Presider: Ramya Madhavan Rajagopalan, of Wisconsin-Madison 10,000 Steps to the Doctor s Office: Patient-generated Data and the Boundaries of Medical Authority Marianne Neal-Joyce, of Massachusetts- Amherst Acceptability of CAM Interventions for ADHD among College Students: Implications for Tai Chi Sandra H. Sulzer, Utah State Pharmacogenomics and Personalized Medicine in Clinical Research and Practice Ramya Madhavan Rajagopalan, of Wisconsin-Madison Tracking the Rise of Geriatric Emergency Departments in the United States John G. Schumacher, of Maryland-Baltimore County; Jon Mark Hirshon, of Maryland, Baltimore; Phil Magidson, Johns Hopkins ; Marilyn Chrisman, Winter Park Memorial Hospital; Terisita M. Hogan, of Chicago Table 02. Obesity, Body Weight, and Diet Table Presider: Ashley Wendell Kranjac, Chapman Decomposing Trends in Child Obesity Ashley Wendell Kranjac, Chapman ; Robert L. Wagmiller, Temple Is Your Weight Healthy? The Association between Perceived Weight throughout Early Life and Adult Selfrated Health Iliya Gutin, of North Carolina- Chapel Hill Stressful Life Events Predict Increased Consumption of Sweets in Adolescence: Longitudinal Analysis of ELSPAC Prospective Cohort Elizabeth Helene Baker, of Alabama-Birmingham; Irena Stepanikova, of Alabama-Birmingham; Gabriela Oates, of Alabama-Birmingham; Julie Bienertová Vasku, Masaryk ; Jana Klánová, Masaryk ; Jana Svancara, Masaryk The Weight of SES, Eace/ethnicity, and Gender: A Systematic Examination of the Social Causes of Obesity Gabriele Ciciurkaite, Utah State Using Photovoice to Explore Social Determinants of Obesity in two Underserved Communities in the Southeast Lori Brand Bateman, of Alabama- Birmingham; Gabriela Oates, of Alabama- Birmingham; Zachary R. Simoni, of Alabama- Birmingham; Mona N. Fouad, of Alabama- Birmingham Table 03. Social Mobility and Intergenerational Processes Table Presider: Lucie Kalousova, Nuffield College, of Oxford Intergenerational Reproduction of Social Class and