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Shannon N. Davis

Associate Professor of Sociology
sdaviso@gmu.edu

 

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Publications in the Previous Five Years

 

BOOKS AND EDITED VOLUMES

 

2013     Davis, Shannon N. and Theodore N. Greenstein (Eds.).  Special issue of Journal of Family Theory & Review. “Why Study Housework?” Volume 5 (2): 63-149.

 

2013     Greenstein, Theodore N. and Shannon N. Davis.  Methods of Family Research, 3rd Edition.  Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage. (ISBN: 9781412992831)

 

PEER-REVIEWED JOURNAL ARTICLES

 

2016     Davis, Shannon N., Duhita Mahatmya, Rebecca M. Jones, and Pamela W. Garner.  “Mentoring Undergraduate Researchers: A Pathway to Interdisciplinary Research?.” Forthcoming in Mentoring & Tutoring.

 

2015     Tuttle, Joshua* and Shannon N. Davis.  “Religion, Infidelity, and Divorce: Re-examining the Effect of Religious Behavior on Divorce in Long-Married Couples.” Forthcoming in Journal of Divorce and Remarriage.

 

2015     Shevchuk, Andrey, Denis Strebkov, and Shannon N. Davis.  “Educational Mismatch, Gender, and Satisfaction in Self-employment: The Case of Russian-language Internet Freelancers.”  Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 40: 16-28.

 

2015     Davis, Shannon N. and Barbara J. Risman.  “Feminists Wrestle with Testosterone: Hormones, Socialization, and Cultural Expectations as Predictors of Women's Gendered Selves.” Social Science Research 49: 110-125.

 

2014     Davis, Shannon N., Andrey Shevchuk and Denis Strebkov.  “Pathways to Satisfaction with Work-Life Balance: The Case of Russian-Language Internet Freelancers.”  Journal of Family and Economic Issues 35(4): 542-556.

 

2014     Reiter, Miranda* and Shannon N. Davis. “Gendered Personalities and the Development of Eating Disorders in College Students.” International Review of Modern Sociology 41(1): 27-39.

 

2014     Davis, Shannon N. and Jeremiah B. Wills.  “Theoretical Explanations Amidst Social Change: A Content Analysis of Housework Research (1975‑2012)” Journal of Family Issues 35(6):808-824.

 

2014     Davis, Shannon N. and Shannon K. Jacobsen*.  “Anticipating Challenges to Infusing Undergraduate Research into a Research-Intensive Institution: Insights from Faculty Mentors.” Innovative Higher Education 39(1): 17-31.

 

2014     Ngo, Phi H.* and Shannon N. Davis.  “Racial/Ethnic Variations in the Influence of Parental Attachment on Adolescent Substance Abuse.” Journal of Ethnicity in Substance Abuse 13(1): 23-38.

 

2014     Jones, Rebecca M. and Shannon N. Davis. “Assessing Faculty Perspectives on Undergraduate Research: Implications from Studies of Two Faculties.” CUR Quarterly 34(3):37-42.

 

2013     Davis, Jacqueline Coombe* and Shannon N. Davis.  “Gender Differences in the Influence of Television on Gender Ideology? TV Hours and Attitudes Toward Employed Mothers 1988-2008.” International Review of Modern Sociology 39(2): 205-223.

 

2013     Gorski, Paul E., Shannon N. Davis, and Abigail B. Reiter*.  “An Examination of the (In)visibility of Sexual Orientation, Heterosexism, Homophobia, and Other LGBTQ Concerns in U.S. Multicultural Teacher Education Coursework.” Journal of LGBT Youth 10(3): 224-248.

 

2013     Davis, Shannon N. and Theodore N. Greenstein.  “Why Study Housework?  Cleaning as a Window into Power in Couples.”  Journal of Family Theory & Review 5(2): 63-71. [peer-reviewed contribution to special issue: “Why Study Housework?”]

 

2012     Gorski, Paul E., Shannon N. Davis, and Abigail B. Reiter*.  “Self‑Efficacy and Multicultural Teacher Education: The Factors that Influence Who Feels Qualified to Be a Multicultural Teacher Educator.”  Multicultural Perspectives 14(4): 220-228.

 

2012     Davis, Shannon N., Shannon K. Jacobsen*, and Julia Anderson*.  “From the Great Recession to Greater Gender Equality? Family Mobility and the Intersection of Race, Class, and Gender.”  Marriage & Family Review 48(7): 601-620.

 

2012     Davis, Shannon N., Ruth Jackson*, and Christine Aicardi*.  “'What Race Do You Consider Yourself?’ Factors Influencing Use of Color in Racial Self‑Classification.” Sociation Today 10 (1). http://www.ncsociology.org/sociationtoday/v101/race.htm

 

2012     Watson, Victoria J.*, Gregory Guagnano, and Shannon N. Davis.  “Understanding HIV Stigma among University Students: Judgment, Blame and Interpersonal Avoidance.” Journal of Student Affairs Research and Practice 49(1) 33-49.     

 

2012     Treiber, Linda A. and Shannon N. Davis.   “The Role of ‘Workplace Family’ Support on Worker Health, Exhaustion, and Pain.”  Community, Work, and Family 15: 1-27.

 

2011     Reiter, Abigail B.* and Shannon N. Davis.  “Factors Influencing Pre‑Service Teachers' Beliefs about Student Achievement: Evaluation of a Pre‑Service Teacher Diversity Awareness Program.”   Multicultural Education 18:41-46.

 

2011     Davis, Shannon N. and Perry Ann Threlfall*.  “Culture, Context, or Religion: What Really Gets Single Mothers Down the Aisle.  Sociological Focus 44: 194-209.

 

2011     Davis, Shannon N.  “Support, Demands, and Gender Ideology: Exploring Work‑Family Facilitation and Work‑Family Conflict among Older Workers.”  Marriage & Family Review 47: 363-382.

*Student co-author