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This page lists the publications produced by individuals within the Office of University Outreach and Engagement for the last five years--2012 through 2016.  For an individual's complete list of publications, please click on his or her name at the bottom of this page and download her or his vita. 

    2014 Publications

    Auslander, M. (2014). Driving back into the light: Traversing life and death in a lynching reenactment by African Americans. In D. Lipset and R. Handler (Eds.), Vehicles: Cars, canoes and other metaphors of moral imagination (pp. 178-193). New York, NY: Berghahn Books.

    Auslander, M. (2014). Give me back my children: Traumatic reenactment and tenuous democratic public spheres.  North American Dialogue (Society for the Anthropology of North America), 17(1), 1-12. doi:

    Bain-Nordberg, A., Horner, P., Delva, J. (2014). Adolescent pregnancy in Canada: Multicultural considerations, regional differences, and the legacy of liberalization. In A. Cherry & M. Dillon (Eds.), International handbook of adolescent pregnancy: Medical, psychosocial, and public health responses (pp. 205-224). New York, NY: Springer Publishing.

    Bockneck, E. L., Brophy-Herb, J. E., Fitzgerald, H. E., Schiffman, R. F., & Vogel, C. (2014). Stability of biological father presence as a proxy for family stability: Cross-racial associations with the longitudinal development of emotion regulation in toddlerhood. Infant Mental Health Journal, 35, 309-321.

    Byle, A. (2014, December). Engaging the Saginaw Bay community around dioxin contaminant cleanup. The Engaged Scholar E-newsletter, (7)1.

    Byle, A. (2014, February). Informing decision making for better community behavioral health outcomes. The Engaged Scholar E-newsletter, (6)3.

    Byle, A. (2014, May). Helping businesses use workplace design to impact their bottom line. The Engaged Scholar E-newsletter, (6)4.

    Córdova, D., Parra-Cardona, J. R., Blow, A., Johnson, D., Prado, G., & Fitzgerald, H. (2014). “They don’t look at what affects us”: The role of ecodevelopmental factors on alcohol and drug use in Latinos with physical disabilities. Ethnicity & Health, 20, 66-86.

    Cabrera, N., Fitzgerald, H. E., Bradley, R., & Roggman, L. (2014). The ecology of father-child relationships: An expanded model. Journal of Family Theory and Review, 6, 336-354.

    Cho, H., Kim, I., & Vélez Ortiz, D. (2014). Factors associated with mental health service use among Latino and Asian Americans. Community Mental Health Journal, 50, 960-967. doi: 10.1007/s10597-014-9719-6

    Cho, H., Vélez Ortiz, D., & Parra Cardona, R. (2014). Prevalence of intimate partner violence and associated risk factors among Latinos/as: An exploratory study with three Latino sub-populations. Violence Against Women, 20, 1041- 1058. doi: 10.1177/1077801214549636

    Coronado, J. (2014). Omitted American military history: The Mexican American community during the Vietnam War. The Journal of South Texas, 27(1). 

    Coursaris, C. K., Swierenga, S. J., & Whitten, P. (2014). Usability and accessibility of E-health websites: Enabling nutrition and physical activity education for blind and low vision Internet users. In D. Yannacopoulos, P. Manolitzas, N. Matsatsinis, & E. Grigoroudi (Eds.), Evaluating web sites and web services: Interdisciplinary perspectives in user satisfaction (pp. 204-223). Hershey, PA: IGI Global. doi:10.4018/978-1-4666-5129-6

    Delva, J., Horner, P., Sanchez, N. (2014). Adolescent pregnancy in Chile: A social, cultural, political analysis. In A. Cherry and M. Dillon (Eds.), International handbook of adolescent pregnancy: Medical, psychosocial, and public health responses (pp. 225-240). New York, NY: Springer Publishing.

    Dewhurst, C. K. (2014). [Review of the book A measure of the Earth: The Cole-Ware collection of American baskets, by N. R. Bell]. Western Folklore, 74(2).

    Dewhurst, C. K. (2014). [Review of the book Museums and communities: Curators, collections, and collaboration, by V. Golding & W. Modest (Eds.)]. Museum Anthropology Review, March, 8(1).

    Dewhurst, C. K. (2014). Folklife and museum practice: An intertwined history and emerging convergences. American Folklore Society 2011 Presidential Address. The Journal of American Folklore, 127(505), 244-263. doi:10.5406/jamerfolk.127.505.0247

    Dewhurst, C. K., N'diaye, D. B., & MacDowell, M. (2014). Cultivating connectivity: Folklife and inclusive excellence in museums. Curator: The Museum Journal, 57(4), 455-472. doi:10.1111/cura.12085

    Doering-White, J., Horner, P., Sanders, L., Martinez, R., Lopez, W., & Delva, J. (2014). Testimonial engagement: Undocumented Latina mothers navigating a gendered deportation regime. Journal of International Migration and Integration, 1-16. doi: 10.1007/s12134-014-0408-7

    Fisher, S., Reynolds, J. L., Hsu, W. W., Barnes, J., Tyler, K. (2014). Examining multiracial youth in context: Ethnic identity development and mental health outcomes. Journal of Youth and Adolescence (43)10, 1688-1699.

    Fitzgerald, H. E. (2014). Knowledge, engagement and higher education in the United States and Canada. In C. Escrigas, J. G. Sanchez, B. Hall, & R. Tandon (Eds.). Higher education in the world 5: Knowledge, engagement and higher education: Rethinking social responsibility (pp. 227-244). London, UK: Palgrave Macmillan.

    Fitzgerald, H. E. (2014). Transition: Wrapping up and moving on. Infant Mental Health Journal, 35, 527-528.

    Hills, C. (2014, December). Our Michigan Avenue Corridor project builds strong community connections. The Engaged Scholar E-newsletter, (7)1.

    Hills, C. (2014, December). Scientific evidence points to positive impacts of the Federal Travel Promotion Act. The Engaged Scholar E-newsletter, (7)1.

    Hills, C. (2014, February). Closing the academic achievement gap in East Lansing receives Outreach Scholarship Community Partnership Award. The Engaged Scholar E-newsletter, (6)3.

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