Recent Faculty Publications
Fred Block, Matthew R. Keller and Marian Negoita. 2020. “Network Failure and the Evolution of the U.S. Innovation System” Journal of Industry, Competition, and Trade
Andrea Laurent-Simpson and Celia Lo. 2019. “Risk Society Online: Zika Virus, Social Media, and Distrust in the CDC.” Sociology of Health and Illness 41(7):1270-1288.
Sheri Kunovich. 2018. “The Decline in Occupational Diversity in Polish Politics.” International Journal of Sociology 48(1)
L. Owen Kirkpatrick. 2018. “Graduated Sovereignty and the Fragmented City: Mapping the Political Geography of Citizenship in Detroit.” In Cherstin Lyon and Allison Goebel (eds.), Citizenship and Place. Rowman & Littlefield
L. Owen Kirkpatrick and Chalem Bolton. 2018. “Austerity and the Spectacle: Urban Triage and Post-Political Development in Detroit.” In M. Davidson and K. Ward (eds.), Cities Under Austerity: Restructuring the U.S. Metropolis (Ch. 2). SUNY Press
Celia Lo and Andrea Laurent-Simpson. “How SES May Figure in Perceptions of Zika Risks and in Preventive Action.” Sociological Spectrum. 38(5):295-311
Matthew R. Keller, Fred Block and Marian Negoita. 2017. "How does Innovation Work within the Developmental Network State? New Data on Public-Private Agreements in a U.S. Department of Energy Laboratory." Sociologias 19(46)
Elaine Howard Ecklund, Sarah Damaske, Anne E. Lincoln, and Virginia Johnston White. 2017. "Strategies Men Use to Negotiate Family and Science." Socius 3
Andrea Laurent-Simpson. 2017. “‘They Make Me Not Wanna Have a Child’: Effects of Companion Animals on Fertility Choices of the Childfree.” Sociological Inquiry 87(4)
Andrea Laurent-Simpson. 2017. “Considering Alternate Sources of Role Identity: Childless Parents and Their Animal ‘Kids.’” Sociological Forum 32(3)
L. Owen Kirkpatrick. 2016. “The New Urban Fiscal Crisis: Finance, Democracy and Municipal Debt.” Politics & Society 44(1)
Failing Families, Failing Science: Work-Family Conflict in Academic Science.
Elaine Howard Ecklund and Anne E. Lincoln
Reinventing Detroit: The Politics of Possibility.
Michael Peter Smith and Lucas O. Kirkpatrick, eds.
State of Innovation: The U.S. Government's Role in Technology Development.
Fred Block and Matthew R. Keller, eds.
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