Listing of Recent Graduate Student Publications

Our graduate students regularly have their research published in a variety of sociological journals. Below is a list of graduate student publications from our department. Graduate students in our department are bolded.

If you are a current Graduate Student in the department who has recently been published in an academic journal, please complete the Graduate Student Publication Information Form.


Author(s) Date Title of Publication Journal
Kate H. Choi and Sagi Ramaj November 2023 Trends in solo living among young adults in Canada Population, Space and Place
Shawn Perron October 2023 Unions and moral economies: An investigation into cultural pathways linking union decline to rising income inequality, 1983–2018 Research in Social Stratification and Mobility
Pamela Tsui October 2023 Bounded Nonnormativity of Heterosexuality: Gendered Sex Partying in Hong Kong Gender & Society
Eduardo Cornelius September 2023 Discursive mismatch and globalization by stealth: The fight against corruption in the Brazilian legal field Law & Society Review
Erik Schneiderhan and Martin Lukk September 2023 GoFailMe: The Unfulfilled Promise of Digital Crowdfunding Book: Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press
Roberta Silveira Pamplona July 2023 Symbolic and Transformative: Alignments Toward Feminicídio Legal Reform inside the Brazilian Police Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State & Society
Mitra Mokhtari  July 2023 Markers of entanglement: Survival strategies within the neoliberal university and the promise of carceral futures Punishment & Society
Amin Ghaziani and Andy Holmes July 2023 Distinguishing but not defining: How ambivalence affects contemporary identity disclosures Theory & Society
Kayla Preston June 2023 Justifying contentious social and political claims using mundane language: An analysis of Canadian right-wing extremism Current Sociology
Korteweg, Anna, Gökçe Yurdakul, Jillian Sunderland, Marloes Streppel June 2023 Social Reproduction Gone Wrong? The Citizenship Revocation and Rehabilitation of Young European Women Who Joined ISIS Social Politics: International Studies in Gender, State & Society
Soli Dubash and Markus H. Schafer June 2023 Social Network Negativity and Physical Activity: New Longitudinal Evidence for Young and Older Adults 2015-2018 Research Quarterly for Exercise and Sport
Matthew Parbst and Blair Wheaton April 2023 The Effect of Welfare State Policy Spending on the Equalization of Socioeconomic Status Disparities in Mental Health Journal of Health and Social Behavior
Erika Canossini April 2023 Justifying leniency at a time of punitiveness: Federal clemency narratives in the United States Punishment & Society
David Chen, Jason A. Miller, and Mark Shakespear. April 2023 Critical Han Studies Through the Lens of Internal Colonialism: China, Guangdong, and Hong Kong Critical Sociology
Gordon Brett and Soli Dubash May 2023

The Sociocognitive Origins of Personal Mastery

Journal of Health and Social Behavior
Soli Dubash and Gordon Brett March 2023

The Diffusion of Culture and Cognition Within and Beyond Sociology, 1997–2021

Sociological Forum
Kate H. Choi and Sagi Ramaj February 2023 Ethno-racial and nativity differences in the likelihood of living in affordable housing in Canada Housing Studies
Kate H. Choi and Sagi Ramaj February 2023 Multigenerational living and children’s risk of living in unaffordable housing: differences by ethnicity and parents’ marital status Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies
Jordan Foster, David Pettinicchio, Martin Lukk, and Andy Holmes January 2023 Trading Blame: Drawing Boundaries around the Righteous, Deserving and Vulnerable in Times of Crisis Sociology
Youngrong Lee January 2023 After a Global Platform Leaves: Understanding the Heterogeneity of Gig Workers through Capital Mobility Critical Sociology
Rula Kahil, Maleeha Iqbal, and Neda Maghbouleh December 2022 Grandmothers Behind the Scenes: Subordinate Integration, Care Work, and Power in Syrian Canadian Refugee Resettlement Refuge: Canada’s Journal on Refugees
Alexa Carson October 2022 A Pressure Release Valve: South Korean Long-Term Care Policy as Supplemental to Family Elder Care Journal of Aging & Social Policy
Pamela Tsui September 2022 Erotic capabilities: A feminist analysis of sexual justice and pleasure in heterosexual sex partying Sexualities
Rebecca Lennox September 2022 Doing Crime Prevention, Doing Gender: Canadian Women’s Responses to Police-Produced Gendered Crime-Prevention Messaging British Journal of Criminology
Jillian Sunderland August 2022 Fighting for Masculine Hegemony: Contestation Between Alt-Right and White Nationalist Masculinities on Stormfront.org Men and Masculinities
Geoffrey T. Wodtke, Sagi Ramaj, Jared Schachner August 2022 Toxic Neighborhoods: The Effects of Concentrated Poverty and Environmental Lead Contamination on Early Childhood Development Demography
Andy Holmes July 2022 When Victims Look Like Criminals: Rehumanizing Victim Representation in the Bruce McArthur Serial Killer Case Journal of Canadian Studies
Emily Laxer, Jeffrey G. Reitz, and Jessica Stallone June 2022 Challenging the legitimacy of exclusion: Muslim women and social boundaries in different headscarf policy contexts Ethnic and Racial Studies
Maleeha IqbalLaila Omar, and Neda Maghbouleh  June 2022 The Fragile Obligation: Gratitude, Discontent, and Dissent with Syrian Refugees in Canada Mashriq & Mahjar: Journal of Middle East and North African Migration Studies
David Chen April 2022 A theory of dialectical transnational historical materialism for China’s state capitalism and the China–US rivalry Third World Quarterly
Umaima Miraj March 2022 For a Revolutionary Feminist World-Systems Analysis: The Case of Ghadar Journal of World-Systems Research
Sagi Ramaj December 2021 Neighbourhood effects and the labour market outcomes of immigrant men in same-sex couples The Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies
Kate H. Choi, Patrick A. Denice, and Sagi Ramaj October 2021 Vaccine and COVID-19 Trajectories Socius: Sociological Research for a Dynamic World
Kate H. Choi, Sagi Ramaj, and Michael Hann November 2020 Age of The Oldest Child and Internal Migration of Immigrant Families: A Study Using Administrative Data From Immigrant Landing and Tax Files Population, Space, and Place