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Sunday. 31 March, 2024 - Saturday. 06 April, 2024
Week 14
Tuesday. 02 April, 2024
8:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Conference Set Up

Ballroom - Guadalupe

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Personnel

Thomas Stark - One Stone Web

Gary Holden - One Stone Web

Bri Ossian

Wednesday. 03 April, 2024
7:30 AM - 4:00 PM

WSSA Executive Meeting

Guadalupe

Attendees

WSSA Executive Council

8:00 AM - 5:00 PM

Conference Set Up

Directors

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Personnel

Thomas Stark - One Stone Web

Gary Holden - One Stone Web

Bri Ossian

2:00 PM - 6:00 PM

Conference Registration

Hill Country Atrium Foyer

Set up conference material and registration desk.

Personnel

Thomas Stark - One Stone Web

Gary Holden - One Stone Web

Bri Ossian

2:00 PM - 5:30 PM
6:00 PM - 7:30 PM

WSSA Welcoming Reception

Garden Terrace

All Attendees Invited

 

WSSA Recepción del presidente

 

Se invita a todos los asistentes

Thursday. 04 April, 2024
8:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Conference Registration

Hill Country Atrium Foyer

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Personnel

Thomas Stark - One Stone Web

Gary Holden - One Stone Web

Bri Ossian

8:00 AM - 9:30 AM

WGBL-01 Gender Issues

Frio

Coordinator: Barbara Bonnekessen, Ph.D.
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Affiliation: Eastern Illinois University

 

Moderator: Barbara Bonnekessen, Eastern Illinois University

 

Policy Coalitions and Sex Trafficking: The Case of Nebraska
    - William Aviles, University of Nebraska at Kearney
    - Alyssa King, University of Nebraska at Kearney

8:00 AM - 9:30 AM

GD-01 Issues in Globalization and Development

Llano

Coordinator: Michele Companion
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Affiliation: University of Colorado Colorado Springs

 

Moderator: Michele Companion, University of Colorado Colorado Springs

 

Effectiveness of School Violence Prevention Programs in Elementary Schools of the United States: A Systematic Review
    - Ie May Freeman, Azusa Pacific University
    - Jenny Tellez, Alliant International University
    - Anissa Jones, Central Unified School District
Development practices that generate Inequitable Climate Impacts: A Case study of gas exploration canals in southern Louisiana

    - Michele Companion, University of Colorado Colorado Springs

8:00 AM - 9:30 AM

CDD-01 Roundtable - Women's Health and Chronic Disease: Menopause, Breastfeeding, Cardiovascular disease, and Anxiety

Pecos

Coordinator: James G. Linn, Ph.D.
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Affiliation: Optimal Solutions in Healthcare and International Development

Coordinator: Debra Rose Wilson, Ph.D. MSN RN IBCLC AHN-BC CHT
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Affiliation: Austen Peay University and Walden University

 

Chairperson: Dr. Debra Rose Wilson, Austen Peay University and Walden University

 

Moderator: Dr. Debbie Ellison, Austin Peay State University

 

Women's Health and Chronic Disease: Menopause, Breastfeeding, Cardiovascular disease, and Anxiety
   - Dr. Tasha Ruffin, Austin Peay State University
   - Dr. Kristen Butler, Austin Peay State University
   - Dr. Leslie Binford, Austin Peay State University
   - Debra Rose Wilson, Austin Peay State University and Walden University

8:00 AM - 9:30 AM

SA-04 Gender

Nueces

Coordinator: Debra D. Andrist
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Affiliation: Sam Houston State University, Texas

Coordinator: Aritra Chakrabarty
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Affiliation: Michigan Technological University

 

Moderator: Rachel Black, Texas Tech

 

Themes of Toxic Masculinity in Mass Shooter Manifestos: A Content Analysis
   - Rachel Black, Texas Tech
The Persecution of Nonconforming Puritan Culture
   - Gianna Marcela Farias, Texas Wesleyan university student 
Gender Bias in the Trauma Bay: A Trauma Video Review
   - Gracie Hefner, Texas Tech University 
Making it Work in America: An Analysis of the Experience of Women who Choose the Camping Lifestyle
   - Joy Crissey Honea, Montana State University Billings 

8:00 AM - 9:30 AM

AFIT-01 Roundtable - Oral history: Stories and Remembrances of Institutionalists

Chula Vista

Coordinator: Benjamin Wilson
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Affiliation: SUNY Cortland

 

Chairperson: Benjamin Wilson, SUNY Cortland

 

Oral history: Stories and Remembrances of Institutionalists
   - James I. Sturgeon, University of Missouri-Kansas City

9:45 AM - 11:15 AM

SP-01 Social Psychology in Education and Development

Guadalupe

Coordinator: Peter J. Martini, Ph.D.
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Affiliation: Nevada State University

 

Moderator: Pete Martini, Nevada State University

 

Childhood Events and Counseling Experiences of Chinese and Korean American Transracial Adoptees (TRAs)
    - Mele Kramer, Montclair State University
The Role of Empathy in American Society: a multidimensional systematic review of empathic education and implementation
    - Jennifer Ryan, Arizona State University
    - Adam Romano, Arizona State University
    - Shania Wiseman, Arizona State University
Unity through Inclusive Pluralism: The Sociopsychological Contradictions of Diversity Programs
    - Davor Jedlicka, The University of Texas at Tyler

9:45 AM - 11:15 AM

EG-01 Industrial Organization & Trade

Garden Terrace 127

Coordinator: Dr. Karl Geisler
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Affiliation: Idaho State University

 

Moderator: Karl Geisler

 

Impact of R&D Investments and investment liberalization on agricultural trade
    - Tingting Xiong, Howard University
The Effect Of A Hypothetical BRICS Currency(R5) On The United States Economy
    - JaeRyoung Lee, Undergraduate, SUNY at Fredonia
Solutions Still Searching for a Problem: A Call for Relevant Data to Support "Evergreening" Allegations
    - Kristina ML Acri, Colorado College

9:45 AM - 11:15 AM

URPE-01 (AFIT) Social Reproduction in Post-Pandemic Capitalism

Frio

Coordinator: Geoffrey Schneider
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Affiliation: Bucknell University

 

Moderator: Yavuz Yasar, University of Denver

 

A Critical Review of Crises in Social Reproduction
    - Samantha Sterba, University of Redlands
How can in the Crisis the Basic Income Act as a Trigger of Self-Organisation for a New Community Resilience?
    - Mu-Jeong Kho, University College London
Social Policy and Social Reproduction 
    - Yavuz Yasar, University of Denver
The material conditions of a crisis of social reproduction or a crisis of care: an investigation into the data
    - Hannah Archambault, Fresno State
An Indian Green Deal: Greening Our Way Out of the Pandemic
    - Shouvik Chakraborty, Research Assistant Professor Political Economy Research Institute

9:45 AM - 11:15 AM

PFB-01 Beyond Dollar Signs: Impacts of Public Budgeting and Finance on Social Equity

Nueces

Coordinator: Michelle Lofton
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Affiliation: University of Georgia

Coordinator: Shu Wang
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Affiliation: Eastern Michigan University

 

Moderator: Michelle Lofton, University of Georgia

 

Advancing Diversity, Equity, Inclusion in Citizen Participation in Budgeting
   - Wei-Jie Liao, CUNY John Jay College of Criminal Justice
Incorporate Social Equity into Public Budgeting and Finance
   - Jinping Sun, California State University, Bakersfield 
How Can Participatory Budgeting Enhance the Voice of Underrepresented Minorities?
   - Juan Pablo Martínez Guzmán, University of Maryland  
   - Michelle Lofton, University of Georgia

9:45 AM - 11:15 AM

AIIS-04 Pandemic in Indian Country

Pecan

Coordinator: Aresta Tsosie-Paddock
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Affiliation: University of Arizona

 

Moderator: Michelle Hale, Arizona State University

 

American Indian Women Combating COVID-19: The Household Disruptor
   - Aresta Tsosie-Paddock, University of Arizona
   - Dr. Mary Jo Tippeconnic-Fox, University of Arizona

9:45 AM - 11:15 AM

CDD-02 Roundtable - Women's health panel: Chronic disease care for women, Asthma, Hysterectomy, and Autoimmune Disease

Pecos

Coordinator: James G. Linn, Ph.D.
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Affiliation: Optimal Solutions in Healthcare and International Development

Coordinator: Debra Rose Wilson, Ph.D. MSN RN IBCLC AHN-BC CHT
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Affiliation: Austen Peay University and Walden University

 

Chairperson: Dr. Debra Rose Wilson, Austen Peay University and Walden University

 

Moderator: Kristen Butler, Austin Peay State University

 

Women's health panel: Chronic disease care for women, Asthma, Hysterectomy, and Autoimmune Disease

   - Lori Sutton, Austin Peay State University
   - Dr. M. Eve Rice, Austin Peay State University
   - Dr. Debbie Ellison, Austin Peay State University
   - Dr. Debra Rose Wilson, Austin Peay State University and Walden University

9:45 AM - 11:15 AM

SA-02 (LASC) Art & Literature

Llano

Coordinator: Debra D. Andrist
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Affiliation: Sam Houston State University, Texas

Coordinator: Aritra Chakrabarty
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Affiliation: Michigan Technological University

 

Moderator: Samar Zahrawi, Sam Houston State University

 

Weaving Multicultural Fabric: Rooting Cross-Cultural Literacy Practices Beyond Preservation
   - Isela Almaguer, The University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
Ethics, Responsibility, and Corruption in the Plays of Mamdouh Udwan
   - Samar M Zahrawi, Sam Houston State University 
The collective conscience and narrative structure from House of the Spirits to Violeta
   - Elizabeth Coscio, University of St Thomas Houston 
Julia Álvarez’ García Girls in 1991 and/versus in 2020: Studies in Family Culture, Migration, Youth and Aging.
   - Stephen Miller, Texas A&M University 
A READING OF PICASSO'S POETRY FROM A TRANSLATOR'S PERSPECTIVE
   - Enrique Mallen, Sam Houston State University 

9:45 AM - 11:15 AM

PS-01/LASC-01 Populisms in Europe and Latin America, between historical blocks and necropolitics

Chula Vista Boardroom

Coordinator: Jesus Ruiz Flores
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Affiliation: Universidad de Guadalajara

Coordinator: Fernando Pedro Viacava-Breiding
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Affiliation: UTecnologico Nacional de Mexico, Campus Morelia

 

Moderator: Ignacio Medina Núñez

 

Violencia política del gobierno mexicano (“necropolítica”), periodo neoliberal
   - Eva Guzman Guzman, Universidad de Guadalajara 
Ruptura y creación de un nuevo bloque histórico en México desde la perspectiva de Antonio Gramsci
   - Jorge de la Torre López, Universidad de Guadalajara 
Up and Downs of Populism: Comparing 2023 Elections in Poland and Turkey
   - Paul Kubicek, Oakland University
The Social Origins of Authoritarian Populism in Latin America:Current Situations in Brazil and Chile
   - James G. Linn Ph.D., Optimal Solutions in Healthcare and International Development & University of Valparaiso,Chile 
The ‘Battle for the Soul’ of America: How Joe Biden expanded American Exceptionalism
   - Braden Peterworth, University of Nebraska at Kearney

9:45 AM - 11:15 AM

ABS-02 Border cities, border life (1)

Live Oak

Coordinator: Anna Casaglia
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Affiliation: University of Trento

 

Chairperson: Sergio Pena, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte

 

The Border Transect
   - Francisco Lara-Valencia, Arizona State University

How cities on the US-Mexico border differ from interior cities
   - James Gerber, San Diego State University, Emeritus

Borderlands Studies over a Margarita, or Two
   - T Mark Montoya, Northern Arizona University

Transborder Identity Development: A Photovoice Constructivist Grounded Theory Study.
   -
Vannessa Falcón Orta, Division of Education, SDSU-Imperial Valley; Borderlands Education Center, University of Arizona 

9:45 AM - 11:15 AM

ABS-03 Women bodies and border experiences

Mesquite

Coordinator: Anna Casaglia
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Affiliation: University of Trento

 

Chairperson: Mark Mallory, Texas A&M University

 

Family Separation Across the US/Mexico Border: Grass Widows
   - Gabriele Kohpahl, East Los Angeles College

Canada-US transborder travels for reproductive healthcare
   - Andreanne Bissonnette, Western Washington University

¡La policía no me cuida, me cuidan mis amigas! : A Critical Border Studies analysis to the state’s containment strategies against women’s protests in Mexico.
   - Fernanda Soria Cruz, Annenberg School of Communication and Journalism. University of Southern California.

9:45 AM - 11:15 AM

ABS-01 Populism and bordering processes

Directors

Coordinator: Anna Casaglia
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Affiliation: University of Trento

 

Chairperson: Martin van der Velde, Radboud University Nijmegen

 

The Border, Canadian Identity, and the Freedom Convoy of February 2022
   - Randy Widdis, University of Regina

Shifting border logics: How irregular migration across the Canada-US border challenges the state-territory-border tautology
   - Christian Leuprecht, Royal Military College of Canada & Queen's University
   - Naomi Frooman, Toronto Metropolitan University

Asylum Seekers, Neo-Racist Populism, and the Argument from Genuine Fears

   - Ibrahim Berrada, Northern Arizona University

9:45 AM - 11:15 AM

AFIT-02 Theory and Power

Chula Vista

Coordinator: Benjamin Wilson
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Affiliation: SUNY Cortland

 

Moderator:

 

Reviving the Spirit of the Civilian Conservation Corps: The Case for a Job Guarantee Program in Today's Polycrisis.
   - B. Oakley McCoy, University of New England

Interrogating Theories of Power within Original Institutionalist Thought
   - Jacob Powell, Bucknell University

A Miracle Under Siege: Economic Surplus and China’s “Period of Strategic Opportunity
   - David Brennan, URPE
   - Han Cheng,

Is Neo-fascism Inevitable?
   - Thomas E. Lambert, University of Louisville

11:30 AM - 12:50 PM

EPN-01 Climate and Energy

Frio

Coordinator: Chelsea Schelly
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Affiliation: Department of Social Sciences, Michigan Technical University

 

Moderator: Beatriz Adriana Venegas Sahagún, Universidad de Guadalajara

 

Exploring the justice dimensions of energy transition in a reluctant petrostate - are renewables the saviour?
    - Lorelei Hanson, Athabasca University
Energy Transitions and Residential Well-Being
    - Chris Messer, Colorado State University-Pueblo
Impact Assessment of Global Warming and Climate Change in Nepal: Challenges, Consequences, and Solutions
    - Puran Prasad Adhikari, Valmiki Shiksha Sadan
Unraveling Corruption within the context of Climate Vulnerability: A Study on Four Coastal Villages in Southwestern Bangladesh
    - Arup Ratan Paul, Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of Sociology, Texas Tech University

11:30 AM - 12:50 PM

SP-02 Roundtable: Careers Outside Academia

Guadalupe

Coordinator: Peter J. Martini, Ph.D.
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Affiliation: Nevada State University

 

Moderator: Pete Martini, Nevada State University

 

Careers outside of Academia: A primer on types of jobs, entry points, and trajectories for personal and professional growth
   - Victoria Springer, Adobe Inc.
   - Natalie Au Yeung, Adobe Inc.
   - Carlene Gonzalez, Adobe Inc.
   - Carrie Leschak, Adobe Inc.
   - Melissa Levin, Adobe Inc.
   - Lisa Maletsky, Adobe Inc.

11:30 AM - 12:50 PM

EG-02 Economic Geography

Garden Terrace 127

Coordinator: Dr. Karl Geisler
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Affiliation: Idaho State University

 

Moderator: Karl Geisler

 

¿Cómo incide el crédito al aumento de la competitividad y al impulso del desarrollo económico regional en México?
    - Jesús Gil, Universidad Panamericana
Loneliness and Public Transportation Cards for Elderly
    - Murat Anil Mercan, Yildiz Technical University
Who Benefits from Gentrification? Evidence from Three Decades of Amenity Data
    - Kenneth Whaley, Department of Economics, University of South Florida

11:30 AM - 12:50 PM

PA-01 Examining Impact of Public Policies

Pecan

Coordinator: Viola Fuentes
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Affiliation: Mesa Community College

Coordinator: Chandra Commuri
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Affiliation: California State University at Bakersfield

Coordinator: E. Scott Lee
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Affiliation: Indiana University East

 

Moderator: Chandra Commuri, California State University at Bakersfield

 

The Effect of Certificate-of-Need (CON) Programs on Nursing Homes Racial Segregation
   - Lady Ikeya, Indiana University Bloomington
A Comprehensive Review of the Literature on Entrepreneurship Education and Student Comparative study of issue framing over family medical leave in the USA and the UK
   - Chandra Commuri, California State University, Bakersfield

11:30 AM - 12:50 PM

PFB-03 Fiscal Impacts on Subnational Governments

Nueces

Coordinator: Michelle Lofton
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Affiliation: University of Georgia

Coordinator: Shu Wang
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Affiliation: Eastern Michigan University

 

Moderator: Jinping Sun, California State University, Bakersfield

 

Substantive or Symbolic? Examining the Greenness of Municipal Green Bonds
    - Justina Jose, San Diego State University
   - Anmol Soni, Louisiana State University
FEDERAL INTERVENTON INTO THE MUNI MARKET: AN ANALYSIS OF PRE- AND POST TAX CUTS AND JOBS ACT (TCJA) BEHAVIOR
    - Craig Johnson, Indiana University-Bloomington
    - Bahawal Shahryar, O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University-Bloomington
    - Marc Plooster, O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University-Bloomington
    - Luis Navarro, O’Neill School of Public and Environmental Affairs, Indiana University-Bloomington
How do Clean Water State Revolving Funds evaluate the creditworthiness of their local government applicants?
    - Samuel Stone, California State University, Fullerton 
    - Saman Afshan, North Carolina State University
Federal SALT Deduction Cap and the Impact on County Budgeting Outcomes
    - Lady Ikeya, Indiana University Bloomington 

11:30 AM - 12:50 PM

CDD-03 Trauma and at-risk populations

Pecos

Coordinator: James G. Linn, Ph.D.
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Affiliation: Optimal Solutions in Healthcare and International Development

Coordinator: Debra Rose Wilson, Ph.D. MSN RN IBCLC AHN-BC CHT
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Affiliation: Austen Peay University and Walden University

 

Chairperson: Dr. Gary Linn

 

Moderator: Dr. Debra Rose Wilson, Austin Peay State University

 

Ways to Develop Effective Technology-based Health Interventions for Low-Income Population: A Systematic Review
   - Kyung Jung Han, California State University, Bakersfield
3 Ways Nurses Can Utilize A Trauma-Informed Care Approach to Empower Fibromyalgia Patients
   - Deborah Ellison, Austin Peay State University
Is Chile Broadening Access to Professional Treatment of Chronic Mental Illness   -
   - James G. Linn Ph.D., Optimal Solutions in Healthcare and International Development
   - Emanuel Arredondo, University of Valparaiso,Chile 

11:30 AM - 12:50 PM

SA-03 (LASC) Social Institutions: Politics, Religion, Economics

Llano

Coordinator: Debra D. Andrist
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Affiliation: Sam Houston State University, Texas

Coordinator: Aritra Chakrabarty
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Affiliation: Michigan Technological University

 

Moderator: John F. Burke, Trinity University

 

LOS CACIQUES DE COYOMEAPAN. LA SIERRA NEGRA DE PUEBLA EN DISPUTA 
   - Jose Nicolas Jimenez Escamilla, Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla 
Network Structure of Teams and Distributed Collaboration on GitHub
   - Chao Liu, Minnesota State University Mankato 
Rutas e infraestructuras para una economía transnacional: el transporte en las fronteras de Bolivia y Chile
   - Alejandro Garcés, Universidad Católica del Norte 
US LATINX CIVIL RELIGIONS - LEFT, RIGHT, & CENTER
   - John F. Burke, Trinity University

11:30 AM - 12:50 PM

ABS-04 More Than Human Approach to the Role of Terrain in Bordering

Directors

Coordinator: Anna Casaglia
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Affiliation: University of Trento

 

Chairperson: John Buchanan & Karen Dean, Tallinn University

 

More Than Human Look at Internal Bordering: Terrain and Burma’s Dual System of Opium Regulationz
  - John Buchanan, Tallinn University
   - Karin Dean, Tallinn University

Terrain’s Agency in Bordering the Eastern Himalayas
   - Karin Dean, Tallinn University

The place of terrain in border theoretical approaches: between materialism and idealism
   - Xavier Oliveras-Gonzalez, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte

11:30 AM - 12:50 PM

ABS-05 Border cities, border life (2)

Live Oak

Coordinator: Anna Casaglia
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Affiliation: University of Trento

 

Chairperson: Francisco Lara-Valencia, Arizona State University

 

Daily spatial mobility in cross-border conurbations: the case of Ciudad Juarez, Chihuahua and El Paso, Texas (2023)
   - César M. Fuentes, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte

Border Shutdown: Exploring the Interconnected Lives of Ajo, Arizona, and Sonoyta, Sonora through the Lens of the Lukeville Port of Entry Closure
   - Ana Sanchez-Bachman, SUNY Binghamton

From Globalization to Regionalization: Analysis of Texas Cross-Border Goods Movement
   - Daniel Covarrubias, Texas A&M International University

11:30 AM - 12:50 PM

ABS-06 Film Studies on the Border

Mesquite

Coordinator: Anna Casaglia
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Affiliation: University of Trento

 

Chairperson: Linda Belau, University of Texas - Rio Grande Valley

 

Reverse Anthropology & Border Noir
   - Ed Cameron, University of Texas - Rio Grande Valley

History, Difference, and the Border in John Sayles’ Lone Star
   - Linda Belau, The University of Texas-Rio Grande Valley

The Permeable Border: Imperialism, the Drug War, and Revolution in Netflix's Narcos
   - David Anshen, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley

11:30 AM - 12:50 PM

AFIT-08 Roundtable - "Hinton: A Novel of Murder, International Intrigue, and Oil" by Jim Peach

Chula Vista

Coordinator: Benjamin Wilson
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Affiliation: SUNY Cortland

 

Chairperson: Erik Dean, Portland Community College

 

Hinton: A Novel of Murder, International Intrigue, and Oil" by Jim Peach
   - Erik Dean, Portland Community College
   - Jim Sturgeon, University of Missouri - Kansas City
   - Glen Atkinson, University of Nevada, Reno
   - Jim Peach, New Mexico State University

11:30 AM - 12:50 PM

LASC-02/PS-02 LASCIC Keynote Roundtable 'Internacionalismos y Geopolíticas’

Chula Vista Boardroom

Coordinator: Jesus Ruiz Flores
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Affiliation: Universidad de Guadalajara

Coordinator: Debra D. Andrist
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Affiliation: Sam Houston State University, Texas, USA

Coordinator: Fernando Pedro Viacava-Breiding
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Affiliation: Tecnologico Nacional de Mexico, Campus Morelia

 

Chairperson: Maria de los Angeles Flores, The University of Texas at El Paso

 

Moderator:

 

La Universidad de la Tierra, alternativa indigenista al capitalismo neoliberal
   - Jesus Ruiz Flores, Universidad de Guadalajara (Retired)
   - Fernando Pedro Viacava-Breiding, Tecnológico Nacional de México, Campus Morelia, México

Ascenso de la internacional ultraderechista; reacciones de la Internacional Progresista y de la Internacional de la Rebeldía en América Latina y el Caribe
   -
Jaime A. Preciado Coronado, Universidad de Guadalajara

11:30 AM - 12:50 PM

LASC-11 Roundtable - Indigenous Educational Interculturality in Latin America

Blanco

Coordinator: Jesus Ruiz Flores
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Affiliation: Universidad de Guadalajara

Coordinator: Debra D. Andrist
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Affiliation: Sam Houston State University, Texas, USA

Coordinator: Fernando Pedro Viacava-Breiding
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Affiliation: Tecnologico Nacional de Mexico, Campus Morelia

 

Chairperson: Jesús Ruiz Flores, Universidad de Guadalajara, México (Retired)

 

Moderator: Ambar Varela Matutte, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-Unidad Iztapalapa, México

 

Indigenous Educational Interculturality in Latin America
   - Jesus Ruiz Flores, Retired
   - Ernesto Guerra-García, Universidad Pedagógica del Estado de Sinaloa, México
   - Ambar Varela-Matutte, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana-I, México
   - Francisco Antonio Romero-Leyva, Universidad Autónoma Indígena de México
   - Dolores Imelda Romero-Acosta, Universidad Autónoma Indígena de México

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

MENA-01 Issues in Contemporary Politics in MENA

Pecan

Coordinator: Gamze Cavdar
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Affiliation: Colorado State University

 

Moderator:

 

China as Prospective Peacemaker in Yemen: Testing Mediation Theory in a Critical Case of Civil War
    - Mahad Darar, Colorado State University
Yemen and Regional maritime strategy management to enhance blue economy at Red Sea and Indian ocean
    - Mohammed Ali Humran, The Union Of Arab Academics-SU
    - Mihammed Abdyalh Al-Nuair, TUOAA
    - Mohamed Ahmed Myias, SANAA University
Anti-Genderism as an Authoritarian Tool: The Case of Turkey
    - Gamze Cavdar, Colorado State University
Militias and Paramilitaries in Africa: The Case of Sudan’s Rapid Support Forces (RSF) and the Road to April 2023 Conflict
    - Gubara Said Hassan, Assistant Professor in International Relations

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

EPN-02 Management of Lands and Waters

Frio

Coordinator: Chelsea Schelly
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Affiliation: Department of Social Sciences, Michigan Technical University

 

Moderator: Erika Allen Wolters, Oregon State University

 

San Antonio Water Conservation Social Survey
    - Joseph Simpson, Texas A&M University-San Antonio
Public Lands or Private Hands? An exploration of public preferences for Kelly Parcel, Wyoming
    - Erika Allen Wolters, Oregon State University
    - Kevin Pirch, Eastern Washington University
Intermunicipal associations, an advance in environmental policy in Mexico
    - Beatriz Adriana Venegas Sahagún, Universidad de Guadalajara
How do Local Water Management Adaptate to Climate Change in the Papaloapan River Basin Mexico (2018-2022)? Challenges for Public Policies
    - Maria Griselda Gunther, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana - Xochimilco
    - Alejandra Toscana Aparicio, Universidad Autónoma Metropolitana - Xochimilco

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

EG-03 Equity Economics

Garden Terrace 127

Coordinator: Dr. Karl Geisler
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Affiliation: Idaho State University

 

Moderator: Karl Geisler

 

Job Quality and Gender Gaps in STEM
    - Akiva Yonah Meiselman, Innovative Policy Lab / RIPL
Financial Investments in Higher Education amongst Native & Non-Native Hispanics
    - Adilene Garibay, UNT Dallas
The Relationship Between Health Insurance Coverage and The Use of Alternative Financial Service Providers During Covid-19
    - Nekiaya Sims, University of North Texas at Dallas
Universal Childcare, Gender Norms and Immigrant Women's Labour Outcomes
    - Haizhen Mou, University of Saskatchewan

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

AIIS-01 Indigenous Resources Management

Nueces

Coordinator: Aresta Tsosie-Paddock
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Affiliation: University of Arizona

 

Moderator: Kestrel Smith, Wenatchee Valley College

 

Dominant Western Narratives in Alaskan Game Management
   - Priscilla Frankson, Arizona State University
Native American perceptions of springs management.
   - Taryn Bickle, Northern Arizona University

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

CDD-04 Coping and Mental Health

Pecos

Coordinator: James G. Linn, Ph.D.
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Affiliation: Optimal Solutions in Healthcare and International Development

Coordinator: Debra Rose Wilson, Ph.D. MSN RN IBCLC AHN-BC CHT
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Affiliation: Austen Peay University and Walden University

 

Chairperson: Dr. Gary Linn

 

Moderator: Dr. Debra Rose Wilson, Austin Peay State University

 

The use of social media for seniors in a BSN nursing program
   - Dr. Debra Rose Wilson, Austin Peay State University
   - Kristen Butler, Austin Peay State University
   - M. Eve Rice, Austin Peay State University
   - Lori Sutton, Austin Peay State University
   - Tasha Ruffin, Austin Peay State University
Take a Moment: Protect Your Mental Health While Living with a Chronic Illness
   - Lori Sutton, Assistant Professor, Department of Nursing, Austin Peay State University 
Teaching Healthy Habits to Psychology Students
   - Rizza Bermio-Gonzalez, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley 
The Effect of Yoga on Affect and Optimism in Adolescents 

   - Philip Allessi, North Attleboro Public Schools, Walden University

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

SA-01 (SP) Social Nudism: "Benefits and Challenges" 1

Llano

Coordinator: Debra D. Andrist
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Affiliation: Sam Houston State University, Texas

Coordinator: Aritra Chakrabarty
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Affiliation: Michigan Technological University

 

Moderator: Richard Dewey, American Association for Nude Recreation

 

Naturism and Sexuality: A stigma within a stigma
   - Larry Gould, Northern Arizona University 
The Burden of Secrecy
   - Ronna E Krozy, American Association for Nude Recreation

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

ABS-07 Roundtable - Rethinking borders, belonging and identity after the Russian invasion of Ukraine

Directors

Coordinator: Anna Casaglia
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Affiliation: University of Trento

 

Chairperson: Paul Richardson, University of Birmingham

 

Rethinking borders, belonging and identity after the Russian invasion of Ukraine
   - Paul Richardson, University of Birmingham
   - Tatiana Zhurzhenko, The Centre for East European and International Studies (ZOiS)
   - James Scott, University of Eastern Finland
   - Peter Balogh, Eötvös Loránd University
   - Jussi Laine, University of Eastern Finland

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

ABS-08 Book Presentation - Frontiers of Empire: Max Sering, Inner Colonization, and the Germany East, 1871-1945

Live Oak

Coordinator: Anna Casaglia
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Affiliation: University of Trento

 

Discussant: Victor Konrad, Carleton University

 

Frontiers of Empire: Max Sering, Inner Colonization, and the Germany East, 1871-1945
   - Robert Nelson, University of Windsor

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

AFIT-03 Theorizing and Organizing Work

Chula Vista

Coordinator: Benjamin Wilson
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Affiliation: SUNY Cortland

 

Moderator: 

 

Reviving the Spirit of the Civilian Conservation Corps: The Case for a Job Guarantee Program in Today's Polycrisis.
   - B. Oakley McCoy, University of New England

Women’s Work and Networks: A Case Study on Women Belonging to or Entering into Specific Occupations in Kolkata, India
   - Srimanjori Guha, Centre For Development Studies, Kerala, India

Made in India: A theoretical discussion of artisanal production in India
   - Satyaki Dasgupta, Colorado State University

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

LASC-03 (WGBL) Mujeres, Trabajo y Ciencia / Women, Labor & Science

Chula Vista Boardroom

Coordinator: Jesus Ruiz Flores
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Affiliation: Universidad de Guadalajara

Coordinator: Debra D. Andrist
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Affiliation: Sam Houston State University, Texas, USA

Coordinator: Fernando Pedro Viacava-Breiding
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Affiliation: Tecnologico Nacional de Mexico, Campus Morelia

 

Chairperson: Ignacio Medina Núñez, El Colegio de Jalisco, México

 

Moderator:

 

Resiliencia ante la violencia en el noviazgo: programa piloto con mujeres jóvenes en Guadalajara, México
   - Adriana Medina Villegas, Instituto Superior de Estudios de Occidente (ISEO)

Las mujeres y la raicilla. La participación de mujeres en la producción de destilados de agave con denominación de origen
   - Suhey Ayala, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
   - Víctor Manuel Castillo-Girón, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
   - Martha Patricia Aceves-Márquez, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
   - Mónica Mata-López, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
   - Miriam González-Dueñas, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
   - María Candelaria Dolores Luquín-Topete, Universidad de Guadalajara, México

Empoderamiento de las mujeres de carreras STEM
   - Adriana Romero Tscheschner, Facultad de Ciencias de la Conducta, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México
   - Jorge Soto-Ortega, Facultad de Ciencias de la Conducta, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México
   - Enrique Navarrete-Sánchez, Facultad de Ciencias de la Conducta, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México

WOMEN IN SCIENCE: The extraordinary life of Marie Curie (1867-1934)
   - Ignacio Medina-Nuñez, El Colegio de Jalisco, México

El trabajo de cuidados, esencial pero invisible en la formación de la fuerza de trabajo en Zacatecas, México
   - Humberto de Luna, Universidad Autónoma de Zacatecas, México
   - Marisol Cruz-Cruz, Universidad Autónoma de Zacatecas, México
   - Sergio Félix-Ramírez, Universidad Autónoma de Zacatecas, México
   - Benito Robles-Benítez, Universidad Autónoma Indígena de México

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

LASC-04 Reestructuración de las Cadenas de Valor: Responsabilidad Social, Nearshoring y Cambios en la Comercialización. Expectativas para América Latina

Blanco

Coordinator: Jesus Ruiz Flores
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Affiliation: Universidad de Guadalajara

Coordinator: Debra D. Andrist
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Affiliation: Sam Houston State University, Texas, USA

Coordinator: Fernando Pedro Viacava-Breiding
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Affiliation: Tecnologico Nacional de Mexico, Campus Morelia

 

Chairperson: Angélica Basulto-Castillo

 

Moderator: Reyna Vergara-González, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México

 

El Nearshoring: retos y expectativas para la industria automotriz localizada en el Occidente de México
   - Angelica Basulto Castillo, Universidad de Guadalajara

Significado de la responsabilidad social para la resiliencia de las agroindustrias de Centroamérica
   - Rafael Diaz Porras, Universidad Nacional de Costa Rica

Impacto de las empresas globales en la industria mexicana de muebles: IED, nearshoring y estrategias locales
   - Katia-Magdalena, Departamento de Geografía y Ordenación Territorial, CUCSH, Universidad de Guadalajara, México

2:45 PM - 4:15 PM

RAS-01 Pitchforks, Gavils & Shotguns--Aspects of Rural LIfe

Garden Terrace 127

Coordinator: Lisa Ossian
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Affiliation: Indian Hills Community College

 

Moderator: Lisa Ossian

 

Farmers, Railroad Workers, and the Populist Movement in Gilded Age Missouri
    - Matt Hild, Georgia Institute of Technology
How Can the Basic Income Truly Act as a Trigger for Self-Organising a New Resilient System of Agro-Food and Environmental Justice?
    - Mu-Jeong Kho, University College London
Are Hunter Numbers Declining? An Analysis of Big Game Hunting License Sales in Montana
    - Stephen L. Eliason, Montana State University Billings

2:45 PM - 4:15 PM

URPE-02 (AFIT) Roundtable - Theorizing Change in a Time of Crises: Radical vs. Incremental Institutionalism

Frio

Coordinator: Geoffrey Schneider
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Affiliation: Bucknell University

 

Moderator: Geoffrey Schneider, Bucknell University

 

Theorizing Change in a Time of Crises: Radical vs. Incremental Institutionalism
    - Geoffrey Schneider, Bucknell University
    - Jacob Powell, Bucknell University
    - William Waller, Hobart and William Smith Colleges
    - Barbara Hopkins, Wright State University
    - Jim Sturgeon, University of Missouri Kansas City
    - Anna Klimina, University of Saskatchewan

2:45 PM - 4:15 PM

PFB-06 Innovative Methods to Raise Revenues

Nueces

Coordinator: Michelle Lofton
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Affiliation: University of Georgia

Coordinator: Shu Wang
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Affiliation: Eastern Michigan University

 

Moderator: John Stavick, Oakland University

 

Similar or Different? A Comparative Analysis of State and Local Revenue Volatility
   - Ikhwan Kweon, University of Kentucky, Martin School of Public Policy and Administration 
The Impact of Fixed Odds Wagering on Horse Racing Tax Revenues in the US: A Blow to the Equine Industries?
   - Thomas E. Lambert, University of Louisville
Leaving Money on the Table: Nudging Taxpayers to Claim a Refundable Income Tax Credit
   - John Stavick, Oakland University 

2:45 PM - 4:15 PM

AIIS-03 Roundtable - Following the Food at Navajo Flea Markets: Using GIS and Indigenized Planning Tools to Examine Diné Foodways and Grassroots Economy

Pecan

Coordinator: Aresta Tsosie-Paddock
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Affiliation: University of Arizona

 

Moderator: Michelle Hale, Arizona State University

 

Following the Food at Navajo Flea Markets: Using GIS and Indigenized Planning Tools to Examine Diné Foodways and Grassroots Economy
   - Michelle Hale, Arizona State University
   - Jose-Benito Rosales Chavez, School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning, Arizona State University 
   - Jonathan Davis, School of Geographical Sciences and Urban Planning, Arizona State University 
   - Michele Clark, School of Life Sciences, Earth Systems Science for the Anthropocene (ESSA), Arizona State University 

2:45 PM - 4:15 PM

CDD-05 Ways to wellness

Pecos

Coordinator: James G. Linn, Ph.D.
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Affiliation: Optimal Solutions in Healthcare and International Development

Coordinator: Debra Rose Wilson, Ph.D. MSN RN IBCLC AHN-BC CHT
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Affiliation: Austen Peay University and Walden University

 

Chairperson: Dr. Gary Linn

 

Moderator: Dr. Debra Rose Wilson, Austin Peay State University

 

The Impact of Physical Activity in the Prevention and Management of Chronic Disease
   - Kristen Butler, Austin Peay State University
Cultivating a Healthier You at Work
   - Leslie Binford, Assistant Professor Austin Peay State University School of Nursing 
   - Lori Sutton, Assistant Professor Austin Peay State University School of Nursing 
The Gut Microbiome and Its Connection to Mental Health
   - Leslie Binford, Assistant Professor at Austin Peay State University School of Nursing 
   - Debra Rose Wilson, Professor Austin Peay State University School of Nursing 

2:45 PM - 4:15 PM

SA-08 (SP) Social Nudism: "Benefits and Challenges" 2

Llano

Coordinator: Debra D. Andrist
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Affiliation: Sam Houston State University, Texas

Coordinator: Aritra Chakrabarty
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Affiliation: Michigan Technological University

 

Moderator: Richard Dewey, American Association for Nude Recreation

 

The Impact of Social Nudity on Children: A Meta Analysis
   - Larry Gould, Northern Arizona University
Social Nudism and Societal Misconceptions: Building A Website That Bridges The Gap
   - Tom Stark, Cairn University 
Clothes-Free Living in America
   - William Schroer, Naturist Action Committee/Naturist Education Foundation 

2:45 PM - 4:15 PM

ABS-12 Towards A New Research Methodology in Cultural Border Studies

Mesquite

Coordinator: Anna Casaglia
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Affiliation: University of Trento

 

Chairperson: Astrid M. Fellner and Eva Nossem, Saarland University

 

Bordertextures and the Sensing and Making Sense of the Border
   - Eva Nossem, Saarland University | UniGR-Center for Border Studies

Bordertextures and the Intertwinings of Border Knowledges in the Americas
   - Astrid M. Fellner, Saarland University; UniGR-Center for Border Studies

CHILDREN AT THE BORDER: Exploring migration NARRATIVES through the lens of bordertexturing
   - Svitlana Kot, Saarland University, Petro Mohyla Black Sea University

De-Bordering Border Studies: Bordertexturing as Research Practice
   - Tobias Schank, Saarland University (Germany)

2:45 PM - 4:05 PM

AFIT-09 Roundtable - Panel Discussion on the New Figart-Mutari Intro Econ Textbook with Economics and Social Work Educators

Guadalupe

Coordinator: Benjamin Wilson
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Affiliation: SUNY Cortland

 

Chairperson: Kevin W Capehart, Fresno State

 

Panel Discussion on the New Figart-Mutari Intro Econ Textbook with Economics and Social Work Educators
   - Kevin W Capehart, Fresno State
   - Abhilasha Srivastava, Fresno State Department of Economics
   - Reuben Addo, Fresno State Department of Social Work Education
   - Gyanesh Lama, Fresno State Department of Social Work Education

2:45 PM - 4:15 PM

LASC-14 Reestructuración de las Cadenas de Valor: Digitalización y Cambios en la Comercialización. Expectativas para América Latina

Blanco

Coordinator: Jesus Ruiz Flores
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Affiliation: Universidad de Guadalajara

Coordinator: Debra D. Andrist
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Affiliation: Sam Houston State University, Texas, USA

Coordinator: Fernando Pedro Viacava-Breiding
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Affiliation: Tecnologico Nacional de Mexico, Campus Morelia

 

Chairperson: Pablo Pérez Akaki, Tecnológico de Monterrey, México

 

Moderator:

 

Digitalización en cadenas de valor: revisión teórica y empírica
   - Pablo Pérez Akaki, Instituto Tecnológico y de Estudios Superiores de Monterrey, México

Impacto de la Digitalización y Tecnología en la Cadena de Café en México
   - Marisol Velazquez Salazar, Universidad Panamericana

La relación entre la digitalización y la Cadena Global de Valor del Mezcal: evolución y efectos.
   - Ana Erika Castañeda Martínez, Facultad de Estudios Superiores Cuautitlán, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México
   - Nadia Viridiana Vega Vera, Facultad de Estudios Superiores Cuautitlán, Universidad Nacional Autónoma de México

2:45 PM - 4:15 PM

LASC-05/ABS-10 Social Construction of the U.S.-Mexico Border Identity through the Arts

Directors

Coordinator: Jesus Ruiz Flores
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Affiliation: Universidad de Guadalajara

Coordinator: Debra D. Andrist
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Affiliation: Sam Houston State University, Texas, USA

Coordinator: Fernando Pedro Viacava-Breiding
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Affiliation: Tecnologico Nacional de Mexico, Campus Morelia

 

Chairperson: Maria de los Angeles Flores, The University of Texas at El Paso

 

Discussant: Manuel Chávez – Michigan State University

 

Juárez en la mira (novela) obra inspirada por la frontera desde 1865

   - Roberto Perezdiaz, Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez, México

Cartoneros (Cardboard Scavengers): A Short Film (14 minutes)
   - Marcela Moran, Texas A&M International University

4:30 PM - 7:00 PM
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM

RAS-02 Joyful Freedoms & Ugly Restraints in Rural Life

Garden Terrace 127

Coordinator: Lisa Ossian
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Affiliation: Indian Hills Community College

 

Moderator: Matt Hild

 

Ada Soule's Diary, 1900:  Rural Life from a Child's Perspective
  - Suzzanne Kelley, North Dakota State University Press
"Which One to Squeeze": Anita Bryant's Anti-Gay Agitation and the Citrus Industry
    - Taylor R Patterson, Independent Scholar
The Rural Restoration Project of Southeastern Iowa, 2023-2024
    - Lisa Ossian, Indian Hills Community College

4:30 PM - 6:00 PM

URPE-03 (AFIT) Pluralist Pedagogy in Contemporary Classrooms

Frio

Coordinator: Geoffrey Schneider
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Affiliation: Bucknell University

 

Moderator: Geoffrey Schneider, Bucknell University

 

Teaching Heterodox Economics via Positive, Paradigmatic, Problem-Based Pluralism
    - Geoffrey Schneider, Bucknell University
Backwards Design, Economics Education for Sustainable Development, and Compulsive Shifts
    - Kevin W Capehart, California State University, Fresno
    - Abhilasha Srivastava, California State University, Fresno
    - Hannah Archambault, California State University, Fresno
Recent Developments in College Textbooks
    - Erik Dean, Portland Community College

4:30 PM - 6:00 PM

CJC-03/ABS-14 International Crime and Justice

Pecos

Coordinator: Stephani Anne Williams
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Affiliation: Northern Arizona University

Coordinator: Andrew Brown
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Affiliation: Northern Arizona University - Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice

 

Moderator: Todd Hataley, Fleming College

 

The Fine Art of Trafficking in Global Financial Crime
  - Christian Leuprecht, Royal Military College of Canada & Queen's University 
  - Mikayla Ozga, Mikayla Ozga, Carleton University
Gun Violence in Cd. Juarez, Mexico: Media Representations and Official Counts

  - Mike Tapia, TX A&M University-Commerce
Unmasking Al Qaeda: Analyzing the Evolving Threat Landscape
  - Huseyin Cinoglu, Texas A&M International University (TAMIU) 
THE PROTECTIVE ROLE OF TRAVEL VISAS: A CANADA – MEXICO CASE STUDY
  - Todd Hataley, Fleming College
Global Sex Trafficking as a manifestation of shifting border logics: Transnational bordering patterns of sexual exploitation by white-collar criminals
  - Christian Leuprecht, Royal Military College of Canada & Queen's University 
  - Mikayla Ozga, Carleton University

4:30 PM - 6:00 PM

SA-05 (Im)migration & Geography

Llano

Coordinator: Debra D. Andrist
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Affiliation: Sam Houston State University, Texas

Coordinator: Aritra Chakrabarty
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Affiliation: Michigan Technological University

 

Moderator: Victor, The University of Texas at El Paso

 

Cultural Dimensions: An Analysis of Regions Based on Hofstede's Six Cultural Pillars.
   - Sajid Al Noo, Tennessee State University 
   - Ejiro U Osiobe, Baker University
   - Safia A. Malallah,Kansas State University
Homilías para migrantes
   - Luis Rodolfo Morán Quiroz, Professor. University of Guadalajara 
   - Enrique Martínez Curiel, Professor. University of Guadalajara 
Caste and the South Asian Diaspora: Mobilization & Counter Mobilization
   - Aseem Hasnain, California State University at Fresno 
The human tragedy of illegal migration. An ethnographic reflection on the migratory crisis on the border of the United States and México
   - Victor, The University of Texas at El Paso

4:30 PM - 6:00 PM

LASC-16 Desarrollo económico, Competitividad, Digitalización y Creatividad

Guadalupe

Coordinator: Jesus Ruiz Flores
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Affiliation: Universidad de Guadalajara

Coordinator: Debra D. Andrist
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Affiliation: Sam Houston State University, Texas, USA

Coordinator: Fernando Pedro Viacava-Breiding
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Affiliation: Tecnologico Nacional de Mexico, Campus Morelia

 

Chairperson: Cándido González Pérez, Centro Universitario de los Altos, Universidad de Guadalajara, México

 

Moderator:

 

La digitalización de las Unidades de Producción Agrícola en México-Colombia
   - Marisol Cruz Cruz, Universidad Autónoma de Zacatecas, México
   - Humberto de Luna-López, Universidad Autónoma de Zacatecas, México
   - Benito Robles-Benítez, Universidad Autónoma de Zacatecas, México
   - Sergio Félix-Ramírez, Universidad Autónoma de Zacatecas, México

Contribuciones de los sectores que integran la Economía Creativa en la región Centro Norte de México
   - Benito Robles Benítez, Universidad Autónoma de Zacatecas, México
   - Humberto de Luna López, Universidad Autónoma de Zacatecas, México
   - Marisol Cruz Cruz, Universidad Autónoma de Zacatecas, México

Análisis social de la población de Tepatitlán, Jalisco, México
   - Candido, Centro Universitario de los Altos, Universidad de Guadalajara, México

4:30 PM - 6:00 PM

ABS-13 Book Presentation - Listening to Laredo: A Border City in a Globalized Era

Directors

Coordinator: Anna Casaglia
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Affiliation: University of Trento

 

Chairperson: Anna Casaglia, University of Trento

 

Discussant: Maria Veronica Elias, The University of Texas at San Antonio, Fulbright Scholar Alumni Ambassador

 

Listening to Laredo: A Border City in a Globalized Era
   - Mehnaaz Momen, Texas A&M International University
   - Maria Veronica Elias (discussant),

4:30 PM - 6:00 PM

LASC-15 Education, Context and Challenges / Education, Context and Challenges

Blanco

Coordinator: Jesus Ruiz Flores
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Affiliation: Universidad de Guadalajara

Coordinator: Debra D. Andrist
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Affiliation: Sam Houston State University, Texas, USA

Coordinator: Fernando Pedro Viacava-Breiding
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Affiliation: Tecnologico Nacional de Mexico, Campus Morelia

 

Chairperson: Cesar Santoyo Muñoz, Instituto Superior de Investigación y Docencia para el Magisterio, México

 

Moderator:

 

Educación Superior en la pandemia. Una visión de estudiantes
   - Fernando Pedro Viacava-Breiding, Tecnológico Nacional de México campus Morelia
   - Jesus Ruiz Flores, Universidad de Guadalajara (Retired)

Comparing the influence of social contexts on sentence comprehension: The case of children in Bolivia and the United States
   - Ligia Gomez Franco, Ball State University

Postgraduate studies in the context of generational change
   - Cesar Santoyo Muñoz, Instituto Superior de Investigación y Docencia para el Magisterio, Jalisco, México

7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
Friday. 05 April, 2024
7:00 AM - 9:00 AM

WSSA Breakfast & Give Back

Garden Terrace

During this break we will be asking for donations to the local food bank.

8:00 AM - 6:00 PM

Conference Registration

Hill Country Atrium Foyer

Set up conference material and registration desk.

Personnel

Thomas Stark - One Stone Web

Gary Holden - One Stone Web

Bri Ossian

8:00 AM - 9:30 AM

MC-01 Media Room and Media Classroom in the Digital Age

Llano

Coordinator: Mary Jackson-Pitts
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Affiliation: Dept. Radio-Television - Arkansas State University

Coordinator: Lily Zeng
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Affiliation: Dept. Radio-Television - Arkansas State University

 

Chairperson: Kris Kodrich, Colorado State University

 

How are we preparing students for the Brave New World of PR?
    - Jennifer Keller, Western Washington University
Adapting to Tech-Savvy Audiences in the Digital Era: A Case Study of Sagarmatha Television's Social Media Content Strategy
    - Prasanna Dhungana, Arkansas State University
    - Lily Zeng, Arkansas State University
Slow Down and Watch: Mixed Messaging About Memory in Prevagen TV Ads
    - Darrell L Roe, Eastern New Mexico University

8:00 AM - 9:30 AM

CMS-01 Communication, Media, and Opportunity

Nueces

Coordinator: Elvis Nshom
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Affiliation: California State University San Marcos

 

Moderator:

 

Western Media Bias: CNN Vs. Al-Jazeera News Coverage of the Conflict in the Gaza Strip
    - Abdullah. N. Alqahtani, The University of Southern Mississippi
    - Mohammed Alanazi, The University of Southern Mississippi

8:00 AM - 9:30 AM

SW-01 Social Work 1

Frio

Coordinator: Diane Calloway-Graham
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Affiliation: Utah State University

Coordinator: Moises Diaz
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Affiliation: Utah State University

 

Moderator: Diane Calloway-Graham, Utah State University

 

Collaboration Across Programs: Social Work and The Center for Anticipatory Intelligence
    - Derrik Tollefson, Utah State University Department of Social Work 
    - Moises Diaz, Utah State University Department of Social Work 
Developing a Community-University Partnership to Address Recruitment and Retention in Behavioral Health Settings
    - Timothy McCarragher, The University of Akron School of Social Work and Family Sciences
Social Workers’ Experiences with the ASWB Licensing Exam
    - Nickolas Davis, University of Detroit Mercy
    - Aloha VanCamp, University of Detroit Mercy

8:00 AM - 9:30 AM

PA-02 Public Security, Public Agencies and Human Resources

Pecan

Coordinator: Viola Fuentes
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Affiliation: Mesa Community College

Coordinator: Chandra Commuri
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Affiliation: California State University at Bakersfield

Coordinator: E. Scott Lee
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Affiliation: Indiana University East

 

Moderator: E. Scott Lee, Indiana University East

 

Public Service Motivation and Job Satisfaction: A Moderated Effect of Job Security
   - Louis Liu, Tunghai University

8:00 AM - 9:30 AM

AIIS-09 Building an AIS Program

Blanco

Coordinator: Aresta Tsosie-Paddock
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Affiliation: University of Arizona

 

Moderator: Aresta Tsosie-Paddock, University of Arizona

 

Building the First American Indian Indigenous Studies (AIIS) Program in Washington State’s Community College System: A Local and Statewide Approach
   - Kestrel Smith, Wenatchee Valley College at Omak, American Indian Indigenous Studies 

8:00 AM - 9:30 AM

CDD-06 Roundtable - Chronic Disease Prevention and Increased Mental & Physical Well-Being in the Women

Pecos

Coordinator: James G. Linn, Ph.D.
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Affiliation: Optimal Solutions in Healthcare and International Development

Coordinator: Debra Rose Wilson, Ph.D. MSN RN IBCLC AHN-BC CHT
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Affiliation: Austen Peay University and Walden University

 

Chairperson: Dr. Gary Linn

 

Moderator: Dr. Amy Black, Austin Peay State University

 

Chronic Disease Prevention and Increased Mental & Physical Well-Being in the Women
   - Dr. Jenny Pappas, Austin Peay State University 
   - Dr. Amy Black, Austin Peay State University

8:00 AM - 9:30 AM

ABS-15 Metodologías de investigación y acción sobre las problemáticas sociales en las fronteras: Región Paso del Norte, California, Tamaulipas y Yucatán

Live Oak

Coordinator: Anna Casaglia
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Affiliation: University of Trento

 

Chairperson:Rafael Mauricio Marrufo, Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez

 

Discussant: Leticia Peña-Barrera, Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez

 

INTENTOS POR INSTITUCIONALIZAR LA PLANEACIÓN URBANA EN MATAMOROS, TAMAULIPAS, 1930-2000. UTOPÍA EN UNA CIUDAD DE FRONTERA
   - Sonia Bass Zavala, Universidad Autónoma del estado de Hidalgo
   - Rafael Silva Aguilar, Gobierno Municipal de Matamoros, Tamaulipas
   - Silvia L. Aguilar Velázquez, Universidad Autónoma del estado de Hidalgo

Metodologías participativas y su aplicación en proyectos de investigación de Pronaces- Conahcyt de zonas vulnerables de Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua; Mexicali, baja California y Mérida, Yucatán.
   - Luis Herrera Terrazas, Universidad Autonoma de Ciudad Juarez
   - Leticia Peña Barrera, Universidad Autonoma de Ciudad Juarez
   - Carmen Garcia Gomez, Universidad Autonoma de Yucatan

Aplicación de Metodologías Participativas para el fortalecimiento del capital social en ciudad Juárez, Chih.
   - Leticia Peña-Barrera, UNIVERSIDAD AUTONOMA DE CIUDAD JUAREZ
   - Judith Gabriela Hernández Pérez, Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez

Social perception of the benefit of an intervention to detect heart diseases in newborns on the Juarez-El Paso border
   - Rafael Mauricio Marrufo, Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez
   - David Reyes Ruvalcaba, Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez

La Encuesta de Viajes Origen-Destino Transfronteriza; Una Propuesta Metodológica para la Medición de la Movilidad Espacial Cotidiana entre Ciudad Juárez, Chihuahua y El Paso, Texas
   - César M. Fuentes, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte
   - Luis Calva, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte

8:00 AM - 9:30 AM

AFIT-04 Money, Finance and Healthcare

Directors

Coordinator: Benjamin Wilson
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Affiliation: SUNY Cortland

 

Moderator:

 

On the Financial Instability Hypothesis and its Global Implications post-Covid19
   - Barkin Cihanli, University of Missouri-Kansas City

Sovereign Financing of the Community Health Worker Program in Kenya
   - Brandon Istenes, Levy Economics Institute at Bard College

Eliminating the cash-nexus in the patient-doctor transaction in the USA"
   - Robert J Kemp, KempHE

8:00 AM - 9:30 AM

AFIT-10 Roundtable - Special Topics in Social Economics (sponsored by the ASE)

Guadalupe

Coordinator: Benjamin Wilson
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Affiliation: SUNY Cortland

 

Chairperson: Rojhat Avsar, Columbia College Chicago

 

Special Topics in Social Economics (sponsored by the ASE)
   - Rojhat Avsar, Columbia College Chicago
   - Sheena Yoon, University of Utah
   - Swayamsiddha Sarangi, University of Utah
   - Patrick Hallan, University of Utah
   - Yazgi Genc, University of Utah
   - Kabeer Bora, University of Utah

8:00 AM - 9:30 AM

LASC-07 Economía y Sustentabilidad para el Desarrollo Regional

Chula Vista

Coordinator: Jesus Ruiz Flores
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Affiliation: Universidad de Guadalajara

Coordinator: Debra D. Andrist
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Affiliation: Sam Houston State University, Texas, USA

Coordinator: Fernando Pedro Viacava-Breiding
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Affiliation: Tecnologico Nacional de Mexico, Campus Morelia

 

Chairperson: Suhey Ayala Ramírez

 

Moderator: Rafael Antonio Diaz Porras, Universidad Nacional de Costa Rica

 

Repercusiones socioambientales por el cambio de cultivos en el municipio de Jocotepec, Jalisco, México
   - Pedro Méndez-Guardado, Departamento de Geografía, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
   - Katia Magdalena Lozano-Uvario, Departamento de Geografía, Universidad de Guadalajara, México

Inocuidad alimentaria y competitividad: un analisis bibliométrico de la industria alimentaria
   - Suhey Ayala, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
   - Víctor Manuel Castillo-Girón, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
   - Martha Patricia Aceves-Márquez, Universidad de Guadalajara, México

Financiamiento para las Mipymes en México: Antecedentes y cambios importantes a partir del 2019
   - Rosa María del Consuelo Rivera Villegas, Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, México
   - Damian Emilio Gibaja-Romero, Universidad Popular Autónoma del Estado de Puebla, México
   - Jesús Encarnación Mejía-Luna, Benemérita Universidad Autónoma de Puebla, México

Una mirada a la dinámica económica del sector rural de Jalisco
   - Luz Orieta Rodriguez Gonzalez, Universidad de Guadalajara, México

8:00 AM - 9:30 AM

LASC-08 Desarrollo Regional, Ciclos Económicos y Comercio Exterior

Mesquite

Coordinator: Jesus Ruiz Flores
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Affiliation: Universidad de Guadalajara

Coordinator: Debra D. Andrist
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Affiliation: Sam Houston State University, Texas, USA

Coordinator: Fernando Pedro Viacava-Breiding
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Affiliation: Tecnologico Nacional de Mexico, Campus Morelia

 

Chairperson: Katia Magdalena Lozano Uvario, Departamento de Geografía Universidad de Guadalajara

 

Moderator: Gilma Sabina Lizama Gaitán, Facultad de Ciencias Económicas, Universidad de El Salvador

 

Comercio exterior como estrategia de crecimiento en el marco del regionalismo latinoamericano, los casos de México y Brasil
   - Reyna Vergara González, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México
   - Gilberto Cárdenas-Cárdenas, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid
   - Yolanda Carbajal-Suárez, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México

Impacto del comportamiento del consumidor con las plataformas de contenido audiovisual y asistencia en las salas de cine
   - Dulce Maria Aparicio P., Universidad de Guadalajara, México
   - Diana Marcela Romo Villaseñor, Universidad de Guadalajara, México

Sincronización nacional e internacional de los ciclos económicos de los estados de México, 1980-2021
   - Dulce Albarrán Macías, Facultad de Economía, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México
   - Pablo Mejía Reyes, Facultad de Economía, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México
   - Reyna Vergara González, Facultad de Economía, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México

9:45 AM - 11:15 AM
9:45 AM - 11:15 AM

MC-02 Issues in Mass Communication

Llano

Coordinator: Mary Jackson-Pitts
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Affiliation: Dept. Radio-Television - Arkansas State University

Coordinator: Lily Zeng
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Affiliation: Dept. Radio-Television - Arkansas State University

 

Chairperson: Jennifer Keller, Western Washington University

 

The Diffusion of Denali and the Resistance to Renaming Rainier: A Qualitative Case Study of Place Name Campaigns
    - Myleea Dawn Hill, Arkansas State University
    - Denise Vogel,
Thorstein Veblen in Retrospect and Prospect: How Can the Crisis Truly Act as a Trigger for the Self-Organisation of a New Resilient Systems of Mass Media and Culture Industry?
    - Mu-Jeong Kho, University College London
Social Science and Mass Communication Research as Knowledge, or the Shadows on the Wall of Plato’s Cave: An Analysis of the Objective and Subjective Epistemology
    - Q. J. Yao, Lamar University

9:45 AM - 11:15 AM

CMS-02 Communication and Impact

Nueces

Coordinator: Elvis Nshom
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Affiliation: California State University San Marcos

 

Moderator:

 

The Impact of Snapchat on the Level of COVID-19 Awareness in Saudi Arabia
    -Abdullah N. Alqahtani , The University of Southern Mississippi
Prejudice Towards Refugees in the United States
    - Elvis Valentino Williams, Undergraduate Student at California State University San Marcos
Organization Cultural Analysis of the White River School District
    - Denise Vogel, Arkansas State University - Jonesboro

9:45 AM - 11:15 AM

SW-02 Workshop - Social Work 2

Frio

Coordinator: Diane Calloway-Graham
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Affiliation: Utah State University

Coordinator: Moises Diaz
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Affiliation: Utah State University

 

Moderator: Moises Diaz, Utah State University Department of Social Work

 

Collaboration Across Programs: Social Work and The Center for Anticipatory Intelligence
   - Moises Diaz, Utah State University Department of Social Work 
    - Derrik Tollefson, Utah State University Department of Social Work

9:45 AM - 11:15 AM

PA-03 Roundtable - Analyzing the Recruitment of Military and Police by Extremists

Pecan

Coordinator: Viola Fuentes
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Affiliation: Mesa Community College

Coordinator: Chandra Commuri
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Affiliation: California State University at Bakersfield

Coordinator: E. Scott Lee
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Affiliation: Indiana University East

 

Moderator: Viola Fuentes, Mesa Community College

 

Analyzing the Extremist Militias Recruitment of Military Members and Police Officers
   - Viola Fuentes, Mesa Community College
   - Zachary Egan, Mesa Community College

9:45 AM - 11:15 AM

PFB-04 Reporting Guidelines and Assessing Financial Information

Guadalupe

Coordinator: Michelle Lofton
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Affiliation: University of Georgia

Coordinator: Shu Wang
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Affiliation: Eastern Michigan University

 

Moderator: Mikhail Ivonchyk, University at Albany, SUNY

 

BEYOND BOILERPLATE: ANALYZING THE DYNAMICS OF MD&A CONTENT IN STATE GOVERNMENT REPORTS
   - Mikhail Ivonchyk, University at Albany, SUNY
   - Hyoeun Kim, University at Albany, SUNY
ASSESSMENTS OF MUNICIPALITIES’ FISCAL HEALTH: COMPARATIVE ANALYSIS OF STATE ONLINE DASHBOARD SYSTEMS
   - Natalia Ermasova, Governors State University
   - Dr. Tatyana Guzman, Cleveland State University
Exploring Guidelines for Federal Debt and Deficit Rules: Insights from the European Union Countries
   - Sewon Kim, Indiana University 
   - Sungho Park, University of Alabama

9:45 AM - 11:15 AM

CDD-07 Caring for Populations

Pecos

Coordinator: James G. Linn, Ph.D.
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Affiliation: Optimal Solutions in Healthcare and International Development

Coordinator: Debra Rose Wilson, Ph.D. MSN RN IBCLC AHN-BC CHT
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Affiliation: Austen Peay University and Walden University

 

Chairperson: Dr. Gary Linn

 

Moderator: Dr. Debra Rose Wilson, Austin Peay State University

 

Black Women's Experiences of Receiving Telemedicine Prenatal Care During COVID-19
   - Dorothy Hiralien, Walden University 
Aortic stenosis in online news reports and hospital propaganda: What is said vs. what is unsaid
   - Jou Juo Chu, National Chung-cheng University
Sheenhan Syndrome
   - Jenny Pappas, Austin Peay State University
Intimate Partner Violence,Mental Distress and HIV Prevention and Treatment in Southern Africa
   - James G. Linn Ph.D., Optimal Solutions in Healthcare and International Development & University of Valparaiso,Chile
   - Joaquim Matavel, Eduardo Mondlane University

9:45 AM - 11:15 AM

ABS-18 Multiple crisis and the EU border management

Live Oak

Coordinator: Anna Casaglia
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Affiliation: University of Trento

 

Chairperson: Jussi Laine, University of Eastern Finland

 

Everyday life in the borderland under the conditions of the migration crisis - residents of the Polish-Belarusian borderland after 2021. Methodological and ethical reflections from field research.
   - Malgorzata Bieńkowska, Faculty of Sociology University of Bialystok

Imagined Borders, Imagined Homelands: How Territorial Attachment Affects Nationalist Attitudes in Republika Srpska
   - Fedor Popov, University of Colorado Boulder

African Immigrants’ experiences at the Ukraine border points during Russian Invasion: Meta-analysis of Racism during Global Crisis
   - Frank O Ojwang, University of Lapland
   - Dmytro Mamaiev, Lithuanian Centre for Social Sciences

9:45 AM - 11:15 AM

ABS-19 Reasearch methods and practices in Border Studies (1)

Mesquite

Coordinator: Anna Casaglia
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Affiliation: University of Trento

 

Chairperson: Johanna Jaschik, University of Luxembourg

 

Trenzando Fronteras: border crossing as methodology and praxis
   - Ana Sandoval, Rutgers University-Newark

Ethnicity in the borderland. Ethical issues
   - Karolina Radłowska, University of Bialystok

Borders that connect: autoethnography of a Taiwanese scholar working in Indo-China borderland
   - Iris Ru-Yu Lin, Institute of Development Studies, University of Sussex

NGOs Deconstruction of Narrative at the U.S.-Mexico Border
   - Sonia Martinez, Idaho State University

9:45 AM - 11:15 AM

ABS-17 (MC) Media analysis as a methodology to understand border representations

Directors

Coordinator: Anna Casaglia
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Affiliation: University of Trento

 

Chairperson: Laurie Trautman, Western Washington University

 

40 Years of the High Ross Treaty: Media, Advocacy, and Diplomacy
   - Derek Moscato, Western Washington University

Mainstream media and perceptions of the Canada-US border line: the case of the Quebec-US border
   - Elisabeth Vallet, CMR-St Jean and UQAM
   - Snell, Kristy, School of Journalism – Concordia University

Common border, common narratives? Analysis of media coverage of four COVID-19 travel measures implemented between the US and Canada
   - Andreanne Bissonnette, Western Washington University
   - Jennifer Bettis, Western Washington University

Beyond Immigration News Coverage Routines on U.S. English-language and Spanish-language Media: Reaching the Next Level of Reporting
   - Maria de los Angeles Flores, The University of Texas at El Paso

9:45 AM - 11:15 AM

AFIT-06 Technology, Work, and Development

Blanco

Coordinator: Benjamin Wilson
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Affiliation: SUNY Cortland

 

Moderator:

 

The Singularity’s Proximate-Ultimate Convergence: Artificial Intelligence and Labor Markets
   - Larry Wigger, Association for Institutional Thought

E-Waste, Cyclical Economy and Economic Development
   - John Marangos, University of Missouri – Kansas City, Critical Materials Crossroads and Department of Economics, Kansas City, Missouri, USA

Nothing New Under the Capitalist Sun: Hyper-Exploitation in the Behaviorist Digital Age
   - Raphael Sassower, AFIT

Refining Veblen to Improve the Predictive Effect in an Industrial Economy
   - Tom Stark, Permian Basin Industrial Services LLC

9:45 AM - 11:15 AM

LASC-09 Mercados Laborales y Procesos Migratorios

Chula Vista

Coordinator: Jesus Ruiz Flores
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Affiliation: Universidad de Guadalajara

Coordinator: Debra D. Andrist
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Affiliation: Sam Houston State University, Texas, USA

Coordinator: Fernando Pedro Viacava-Breiding
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Affiliation: Tecnologico Nacional de Mexico, Campus Morelia

 

Chairperson: Dulce María Aparicio Padilla, Universidad de Guadalajara, México

 

Moderator: Yolanda Carbajal Suárez, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México

 

Migración centroamericana en transito por México: Ciclo migratorio
   - Paula Delgado, Universidad de Guadalajara

Percepción sobre las condiciones y experiencias laborales de migrantes calificados mexicanos en Colombia
   - Sandra Diaz, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México

La recuperación del empleo por género y sector de actividad económica en las regiones de México, 2019-2023
   - Liliana Rendón Rojas, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México
   - Annel Hurtado Jaramillo, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México
   - Marlen Rocío Reyes Hernández, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México

11:15 AM - 1:00 PM

WSSA President's Luncheon

Garden Terrace

This is a ticketed event.

During this break we will be asking for donations to the local food bank.

11:30 AM - 12:50 PM

AAAS-01 Contestations And Conflicts In African & African American Society

Blanco

Coordinator: George Kieh, Ph.D.
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Affiliation: Texas Southern University

 

Moderator: Lynette N. Stewart, SUNY Empire State University

 

The Insurgency in Cameroon’s Two Anglophone Regions
    - Moses K. Tesi, Middle Tennessee State University
Antebellum Slavery as the Epitome of Expropriation and Exploitation
    - Raphael Sassower, AFIT

11:30 AM - 12:50 PM

HIS-01 Understanding the Present through Examining the Past

Chula Vista

Coordinator: Monica S. Gallamore Ph.D.
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Affiliation: Virtual Identities and Self Promoting Section, PCA/ACA

Coordinator: Stanford K. Lester MA, MLIS
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Affiliation:
Independent Scholar

Coordinator: Melissa Langley Biegert, Ph.D.
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Affiliation:
Austin Community College

 

Moderator: Monica S. Gallamore, Ph.D., WSSA

 

Anatomy of a Letter: Humanizing History Through the Final Words Home of a Goliad Defender
    - Dr. Melissa Langley Biegert, Austin Community College
“Savage” Race: The Crime of Color in Nineteenth-Century France
    - Dr. Holly Collins, Baylor University
Giving Relevance to the Seemingly Irrelevant: role-playing as a pedagogical tool
    - Christopher Ohan, Texas Wesleyan University

11:30 AM - 12:50 PM

CMS-03 Roundtable: The Language of Peace

Nueces

Coordinator: Elvis Nshom
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Affiliation: California State University San Marcos

 

Moderator: Mary Lynne Gasaway Hill, St. Mary's University

 

The Language of Peace
    - Mary Lynne Gasaway Hill, St. Mary's University
    - Olivia Dominguez, St. Mary's University
    - Marisabel Jimenez, St. Mary's University
    - Serena Parra, St. Mary's University

11:30 AM - 12:50 PM

SES-01 Literature and Modern Depictions of War

Llano

Coordinator: Robert Niebuhr
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Affiliation: Arizona State University

Coordinator: Djurdja Jovanovic Padejski
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Affiliation: Arizona State University

 

Moderator: Robert Niebuhr, Arizona State University

 

Tolstoy and Women
    - Zoe Starck, Arizona State University
War on the Female Form: Gendered Violence in the art of Dana Kavelina, Sonya Hukaylo, and Kateryna Lisovenko
    - Elizabeth Crim, Graduate Student
Loss of National Manhood? Gendered Narratives about Exiles of the Russian-Ukrainian War in Georgia
    - Gvantsa Gasviani, University of California, Irvine (UCI)

11:30 AM - 12:50 PM

SW-03 Social Work 3

Frio

Coordinator: Diane Calloway-Graham
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Affiliation: Utah State University

Coordinator: Moises Diaz
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Affiliation: Utah State University

 

Moderator: Moises Diaz, Utah State University Department of Social Work

 

Iowa Legal Aid's Community Schools Project: Addressing the Root Causes of Educational Failure
    - Brita Ossian, Iowa Legal Aid
Migrant Farmworker Vulnerability along the U.S/Mexico Border
   - Kara Ahearn, Northern Arizona University Yuma Branch Campus
   - Genesis Razo, Northern Arizona University
   - Jocelyn Andrade, Northern Arizona University
   - Sheyla Morales, Northern Arizona University
   - Viersse Marquez, Northern Arizona University

Building Effective Community Partnerships: Insights from Healthy Families Healthy Kids Initiative
    - Yok-Fong Paat, The University of Texas at El Paso

11:30 AM - 12:50 PM

PFB-02 Public Finance in a Transformative Economy

Guadalupe

Coordinator: Michelle Lofton
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Affiliation: University of Georgia

Coordinator: Shu Wang
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Affiliation: Eastern Michigan University

 

Moderator: Luis Navarro, Indiana University, Bloomington

 

Preferences for Local Public Goods and the Gig Economy
   - Luis Navarro, Indiana University, Bloomington
The Effects of Airbnb on Local Government Budget
   - Sewon Kim, Indiana University 

11:30 AM - 12:50 PM

AIIS-02 Native Representation

Chula Vista Boardroom

Coordinator: Aresta Tsosie-Paddock
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Affiliation: University of Arizona

 

Moderator: Aresta Tsosie-Paddock, University of Arizona

 

Update on the Impacts of Artificial Intelligence and the Internet upon Indigenous Peoples
   - Richard M. Wheelock, Ph.D, Fort Lewis College and Oneida Nation in Wisconsin 
21st century Mass Media influence on North American Pan-Indian protest: pipelines, landgrabs, water rights...
   - Laurence French, University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH 
   - Magdaleno Manzanarez, Western New Mexico University
Native American Graffiti Muralism of the Pandemic: Alternative Messaging of Community Well-being
   - Gavin Healey, Northern Arizona University

11:30 AM - 12:50 PM

CJC-05 Topics in Crime Prevention, Diversity, and Policing

Pecos

Coordinator: Stephani Anne Williams
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Affiliation: Northern Arizona University

Coordinator: Andrew Brown
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Affiliation: Northern Arizona University - Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice

 

Moderator: Todd Hataley, Fleming College

 

POLICE PARTICIPATION IN DIVERSITY, EQUITY AND INCLUSION RESEARCH: LESSONS LEARNED
  - Todd Hataley, Fleming College
Crime Prevention and Rational Choice Theory: Incentivizing Individuals' Participation and Engagement
  - Jonathan Coats, University of North Alabama
Seeing the Blue within the Rainbow: Experiences of LGBTQ+ Liaison Officers
  - Paige Reed, Mary Baldwin University, Program Director & Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice 
Determinants of Citizen Satisfaction with Policing in the Caribbean
  - Hyunin Baek, New Mexico State University
  - Sungil Han, University of North Carolina at Charlotte

11:30 AM - 12:50 PM

ABS-20 Borders and mobility in the context of the Covid-19 pandemic

Directors

Coordinator: Anna Casaglia
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Affiliation: University of Trento

 

Chairperson: Randy Widdis, University of Regina

 

Border Perceptions and Leisure Mobilities before, during and after the COVID-19 Pandemic: Investigating Social Resilience in the Dutch-German Border Region
   - Martin van der Velde, Nijmegen Centre for Border Research, Radboud University Nijmegen

Cross-Border Commissioners: The Management of Australia’s Sub-National Border Closures Amidst Covid-19
   - Jessica Collins-Bojovic, Macquarie University
   - Andrew Burridge, Macquarie University

Failing to Protect Bare Life During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Migrants as Carriers of the Virus and the Un-protection of Mobility Rights in the Americas
   - Claudia Donoso, Associate Professor, Department of International Studies and Global Affairs, St. Mary's University

11:30 AM - 12:50 PM

ABS-22 Reasearch methods and practices in Border Studies (2)

Mesquite

Coordinator: Anna Casaglia
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Affiliation: University of Trento

 

Chairperson: Ana Sandoval, Rutgers University-Newark

 

A slow movement towards contingency: the challenges of IR and anthropology in the study of the borders (provisional title)
   - Giovanni-Clemente Rossi, University of Palermo

Children's Perceptions of Health Risks Caused by Urban Floods in the U.S-Mexico Border
   - Francisco Lara-Valencia, School of Transborder Studies, Arizona State University
   - Hilda Garcia, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte
   - Adriana Zuniga, University of Arizona

Chronoreferencing the Italian-Slovenian Borderlands. Citizen Science, Digital Hermeneutics and Output Criticism
   - Johanna Jaschik, University of Luxembourg

11:30 AM - 12:50 PM

ABS-27 People, Land and Ancestors: Examining Colonial Violence and Relationships of Resistance at the U.S.-Mexico Border

Live Oak

Coordinator: Anna Casaglia
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Affiliation: University of Trento

 

Chairperson: Christina Leza, Colorado College

 

Imaginary Lines and Emerging Solidarities (part of the People, Land and Ancestors panel)
   - Christina Leza, Colorado College

La linea imaginaria, 2022 (part of People, Land and Ancestors panel)
   - Karla Garcia, Dallas College

Imperial Dis-ease: The U.S.-Mexico Border Wall and Settler Colonial Failure (part of panel: "People, Land and Ancestors"
   - Judy Rohrer, Eastern Washington University

Immigration and environmental intersections regarding the U.S. Mexico border (part of People, Land and Ancestors panel)
   - Eliana Miranda, Nuestra Artist Collective

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

SES-02 Identity and Nationalism

Llano

Coordinator: Robert Niebuhr
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Affiliation: Arizona State University

Coordinator: Djurdja Jovanovic Padejski
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Affiliation: Arizona State University

 

Moderator: Robert Niebuhr, Arizona State University

 

The Russian National Idea: The Putin Team’s Vision for Revitalizing Russia
    - John P Willerton Jr, University of Arizona
    - JMikhail Beznosov, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
Examining Identity Formation Through the Lens of Return Migration: The Case of Diasporic Armenians in Transition
    - Hovig Artinian, Arizona State University
Continued Sectarian Divides in former Yugoslavia: Geo-political hinderance to restorative justice
    - Laurence French, University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH
Competing Concepts of Dalmatian regional and Croatian national identities
    - John Ashbrook, Midwestern State University

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

SW-04 Roundtable - Social Work 4

Frio

Coordinator: Diane Calloway-Graham
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Affiliation: Utah State University

Coordinator: Moises Diaz
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Affiliation: Utah State University

 

Moderator: Diane Calloway-Graham, Utah State University Department of Social Work

 

A Master's Journey: The creation of a 501 c 3 to create revenue streams to support the pieces federal funding and other scholarships don't remember.
    - Ruth Whisler, Arizona State University / Northern Arizona University Yuma Branch Campus
    - Karla Daniels, Arizona State University
   - Jamie Gonzalez, Arizona State University
   - Osvaldo Luna, Arizona State University
   - Karina Lupian, Arizona State University
   - Valeria Sandoval, Arizona State University

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

PA-04 Roundtable - Analyzing Extremism versus Patriotism

Pecan

Coordinator: Viola Fuentes
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Affiliation: Mesa Community College

Coordinator: Chandra Commuri
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Affiliation: California State University at Bakersfield

Coordinator: E. Scott Lee
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Affiliation: Indiana University East

 

Moderator: Viola Fuentes, Mesa Community College

 

Who are the Patriots, Traitors or Political Extremists?
   - Viola Fuentes, Mesa Community College
   - Zachary Egan, Mesa Community College
   - Misaki Maruyama, Arizona State University

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

AIIS-05 Teaching in Native Studies

Blanco

Coordinator: Aresta Tsosie-Paddock
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Affiliation: University of Arizona

 

Moderator: Mary Jo Tippeconnic-Fox, University of Arizona

 

Teaching Native Studies: Centering Core Values, Solidarity, and Sociocultural Relationships in “Virtue-rural” Spaces and Beyond
   - Leola Tsinnajinnie Paquin, University of New Mexico
Indigenous STEM “Engineering”: An Analysis and Integration of Indigenous Perspective for Cultural Sustainable Engineering Education Curriculum in Higher Education for Native American Students
   - Mark Clytus, University of Arizona PhD Candidate
The Kansas City Chiefs Mascot Issue and the Kansas City Indian Center: Some observations and an opinion
   - Nicholas Peroff, University of Missouri-Kansas City 

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

CJC-02 God, Sex, and Learn’n: Religious Battlegrounds in the Public Sphere

Pecos

Coordinator: Stephani Anne Williams
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Affiliation: Northern Arizona University

Coordinator: Andrew Brown
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Affiliation: Northern Arizona University - Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice

 

Moderator: Andrew Brown, Northern Arizona University

 

Religion, Law, and the Far-Right: Contemporary Challenges to Reproductive Healthcare
   - Annamarie Rago, Northern Arizona University
   - Brecken Bartells, Northern Arizona University
Spare the Rod, Save the Child: A Political History of Institutional Child Abuse at Residential Church Schools Operated by Roloff Evangelistic Enterprises and Contemporary Policy Considerations
   - Andrew Brown, Northern Arizona University
“Go Back to Where You Came From!”: White Colonizers, Wandering Jews, and Historical Amnesia of Antisemitism on US College Campuses
   - Molly Dunn, Northern Arizona University
An Examination of the Increase in Public Funding for Religious Education Programs
   - Alexander Ziegler, Northern Arizona University
Sexual education in public schools and the impediment that Religious Conservatism poses
   - Emma Prater, Northern Arizona University
   - David Roese, Northern Arizona University

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

PS-03 (GD) Migration, Globalization and Social integration

Chula Vista

Coordinator: Jesus Ruiz Flores
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Affiliation: Universidad de Guadalajara

Coordinator: Fernando Pedro Viacava-Breiding
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Affiliation: UTecnologico Nacional de Mexico, Campus Morelia

 

Moderator: Ernesto Sagás, Colorado State University

 

Rural Resettlement: Post-Migration Experiences of Afghan Refugees in a Rural US town and Local Political Support
   - Holly Oberle, Colorado Mesa University 
AFRICAN CULTURE AND ITS PERCEIVED TRANSMISSION CHALLENGES AMONG SOCIAL STUDIES LECTURERS IN OYO STATE, NIGERIA
   - ADEYEMI Oluremi Olubusuyi, Oyo State College of Education, Lanlate 
Navigating the Belt and Road Dilemma in Today's Global Landscape
   - Mitchell Gallagher, Wayne State University 
   - Dishari Rakshit, Wayne State University 
Colorado's Latinxs and the New American West
   - Ernesto Sagás, Colorado State University 

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

ABS-23 (PS, GD) Book Presentation - Security. Cooperation. Governance. The Canada-United States Open Border Paradox

Directors

Coordinator: Anna Casaglia
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Affiliation: University of Trento

 

Chairperson: Christian Leuprecht, Royal Military College of Canada & Queen's University

 

Security. Cooperation. Governance. The Canada-United States Open Border Paradox
   - Christian Leuprecht, Royal Military College of Canada & Queen's University
   - Todd Hataley, Fleming College
   - Emmanuel Brunet-Jailly, University of Victoria
   - Laurie Trautman, Western Washington University

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

ABS-24 Oportunidades económicas y desarrollo en las fronteras de América Latina (2)

Live Oak

Coordinator: Anna Casaglia
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Affiliation: University of Trento

 

Chairperson: Tania Estefany Jimenez Cala, Universidad Arturo Prat de Chile

 

Turismo dental trasfronterizo México-EUA: El perfil de la oferta en San Luis Rio Colorado, Sonora
   - Tomás Jesús Cuevas Contreras, Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez
   - Dra. Sonia Zermeño Flores, Universidad Estatal de Sonora
   - Dr. Jorge Quiroz Félix, Universidad Estatal de Sonora

La economía de las caseras en el espacio fronterizo Bolivia-Chile. Un estudio desde las economías populares
   - Tania Estefany Jimenez Cala, Universidad Arturo Prat de Chile

Aguas termales y turismo de salud en el Noroeste del Estado de Chihuahua, México
   - Tomás Jesús Cuevas Contreras, Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez
   - Isabel Zizaldra Hernández, Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez
   - Francisco Bribiescas Silva, Universidad Autónoma de Ciudad Juárez

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

ABS-25 Unsettling racial and colonial borders

Mesquite

Coordinator: Anna Casaglia
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Affiliation: University of Trento

 

Chairperson: Anna Casaglia, University of Trento

 

Intersections of peripheral Indigeneity; Kumeyaay identity at the US-Mexico Border.
   - Ryan Ahn Roden, Graduate Degree Fellow at the East-West Center, Department of Political Science, University of Hawai'i at Mānoa

(De)Bordering Whiteness: Analyzing Whiteness through a Border Framework
   - Katie Clones, Arizona State University

“Even More Deeply in Shadow”: Conceptualizing Bordering Processes in Black Seminole Women‚Äôs History
   - Mark Mallory, Texas A&M University

Dismantling Crimmigration Narratives & Policies Through Decoloniality: Indigeneity & Identity Politics
   - Rosalva Resendiz, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
   - Lucas Espinoza, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley
   - Luis Espinoza, Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

AFIT-11 Economic Systems and Sociopolitical Dynamics: Critical Perspectives on Debt, Development and Diplomacy

Guadalupe

Coordinator: Benjamin Wilson
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Affiliation: SUNY Cortland

 

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Inflation: Theory and Methods in Measurement
   - Samuel Stockman, University of Missouri Kansas City

Is France-Africa Relations a new form of Colonization?
   - Seibou Ilanda, University Of Missouri KC

On the Punitive Nature of Student “Loan” Debt.
   - Michael Schmidt, University of Missouri Kansas City
   - Sean Eagan, University of Missouri Kansas City

MMT: How to Pay for Economic Development
   - Barkin Cihanli, University of Missouri-Kansas City

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

LASC-12 (SA) Roundtable - Structural Discrimination and Negligence: Women, Indigenous, and Afromestizo Populations in Mexico and Beyond

Nueces

Coordinator: Jesus Ruiz Flores
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Affiliation: Universidad de Guadalajara

Coordinator: Debra D. Andrist
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Affiliation: Sam Houston State University, Texas, USA

Coordinator: Fernando Pedro Viacava-Breiding
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Affiliation: Tecnologico Nacional de Mexico, Campus Morelia

 

Chairperson: Magdaleno Manzanárez, Western New Mexico University

 

Moderator:

 

‘Until the land title is in my hands the land is not sold!’: Land, Violence, and Indigenous Survivance in Michoacán, Mexico
   - Luis Urrieta, University of Texas at Austin

2:30 PM - 5:30 PM

RAS-03 San Antonio Food Bank's Urban Farm Fieldtrip

Field Trip to the San Antonio Food Bank's Urban Farm at Mission San Juan


Please join us for an amazing local experience on Friday afternoon from 2:30 to 5:30 p.m.


Sign up at the Registration Desk by 1:00 p.m. to guarantee a spot on this local trip.

 

 

The San Antonio Food Bank’s farm at Mission San Juan is actually on a National Park site. All of the San Antonio Missions, besides the Alamo, are run by the National Park System, and ours is an unusual land use agreement where we’re able to cultivate on some of its land. When the Spanish colonists arrived and established the missions almost 300 years ago, they started farming that land using acequias, which were diversion ditches inspired by Roman and Moorish irrigation techniques. We continue the same tradition by farming this land, where a portion is irrigated using the historic methods of the Spanish and the indigenous. We also focus on cultivating more drought tolerant crops that can withstand rising temperatures. What food we grow ends up going to the community in South Texas that needs it through our Food Bank distribution programs.

2:45 PM - 4:15 PM

WSSA Business Meeting

Frio

Attendees

WSSA Executive Council

2:45 PM - 4:15 PM

SES-03 Politics and Language

Llano

Coordinator: Robert Niebuhr
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Affiliation: Arizona State University

Coordinator: Djurdja Jovanovic Padejski
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Affiliation: Arizona State University

 

Moderator: Durda Jovanović Padejski, Arizona State University

 

From UN to Belgrade: Evolution of Tito's Leadership of Nonalignment
    - Robert Niebuhr, Arizona State University
Exploring grammatical categories as significant for the roles of notions in Serbian environmental media discourse
    - Durda Jovanović Padejski, Arizona State University
English Lexical Borrowing in Heritage Serbo-Croatian
    - Danko Sipka, Arizona State University
The Evolution of Populist Parties in Estonia, Serbia, Georgia, and Slovakia: Russia's Disinformation and Global Patterns
    - Helena Eglit, Stanford University

2:45 PM - 4:15 PM

PA-05 Policy Windows, Financial Literacy and Career Readiness

Pecan

Coordinator: Viola Fuentes
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Affiliation: Mesa Community College

Coordinator: Chandra Commuri
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Affiliation: California State University at Bakersfield

Coordinator: E. Scott Lee
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Affiliation: Indiana University East

 

Moderator: Chandra Commuri, California State University at Bakersfield

 

Nonprofit Strategic Recklessness: An Analysis of the Response of the PGA Tour to the LIV Tour Threat
   - David Branham Sr., University of Houston-Downtown
Policy Windows and Protests: Did the Black Lives Matter Protests and Calls to Defund the Police Open a Window for Reducing Budget Allocations to Policy Departments in Major U.S. Cities?    
    - Jessica DeShazo, Cal State LA
Financial Literacy Education As A Pathway to Social Justice and Social Mobility.
   - Christina Medina, New Mexico State University
Public Management Perspective on the Academic Performance of Students with Disabilities: Examination of the Capacity-Performance Paradigm
   - Tamara Dimitrijevska-Markoski, University of South Florida 
Incorporation of NACE career readiness competencies into public administration courses: Helping prepare public administration graduates for their future
   - E. Scott Lee, Indiana University East 
Lessons from stacking, and restacking, credentials in the public administration education setting
   - Rodney Stanley, Tennessee State University 
   - Rodney Stanley, Ph.D., Interim Dean, College of Public Service, Tennessee State University 
   - Meg Streams, Ph.D., Department Chair, College of Public Service, Tennessee State University

2:45 PM - 4:15 PM

PFB-05 Public Financial Forecasting and Service Delivery

Guadalupe

Coordinator: Michelle Lofton
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Affiliation: University of Georgia

Coordinator: Shu Wang
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Affiliation: Eastern Michigan University

 

Moderator: Hao Sun, Gallaudet University

 

An Examination of Infrastructure Resilience in the State of Kansas
   - Xiaoheng Wang, Wichita State University 
Enrollment Size and the Investment Management of Different Funds within The Federal Thrift Savings Plan: A Simulation Approach
   - Hao Sun, Gallaudet University
Allocation, Accountability, and an Aging Population: Reforming the Canada Health Transfer
   - Haizhen Mou, University of Saskatchewan
Home-rule authority and municipal fiscal outcomes: Evidence from a nation-wide dataset
   - Sungho Park, University of Alabama

2:45 PM - 4:15 PM

AIIS-06 Roundtable - Nation Building Perspectives

Blanco

Coordinator: Aresta Tsosie-Paddock
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Affiliation: University of Arizona

 

Moderator: Chris Jocks, Northern Arizona University

 

Undergraduate Perspectives on Indigenous Nation-Building in the 21st Century
   - Christopher Jocks, Northern Arizona University 
   - Jerry Kee, B.S. student in Indian Country Criminal Justice 
   - Roger Lupe, B.S. student in Applied Indigenous Studies and Indian Country Criminal Justice 
   - Shyanna Shipley, B.S. student in Applied Indigenous Studies 

2:45 PM - 4:15 PM

CJC-04 Topics in Criminology, Criminal Justice, and Pedagogy

Pecos

Coordinator: Stephani Anne Williams
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Affiliation: Northern Arizona University

Coordinator: Andrew Brown
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Affiliation: Northern Arizona University - Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice

 

Moderator: Stephani Anne Williams, Northern Arizona University

 

Intersecting Social Justice in the Criminal Justice Classroom: Substance Abuse, Restorative Justice & Art Therapy
  - Rosalva Resendiz, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley 
  - Elizabeth Deven-Hernandez, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley 
  - Lucas Espinoza, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley 
Women in Criminological Studies: The Feminist Perspective!
  - Love Ebegboni, Northern Arizona University
Assessing Curriculum and Programming to Enhance Student Career Readiness
  - Stephani Anne Williams, Northern Arizona University
  - Madison Heck, Northern Arizona University
  - Christine Arazan, Northern Arizona University
  - Michael Costelloe, Northern Arizona University
Anime: Sexualization Effects and the Developing Mind
  - Perla Mora, Texas Wesleyan University

2:45 PM - 4:15 PM

PS-04 Roundtable - This IS American Democracy: Moving Forward after January 6th

Chula Vista

Coordinator: Jesus Ruiz Flores
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Affiliation: Universidad de Guadalajara

Coordinator: Fernando Pedro Viacava-Breiding
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Affiliation: UTecnologico Nacional de Mexico, Campus Morelia

 

Chairperson: Mary Lynne Gasaway Hill, St. Mary's University

 

This IS American Democracy: Moving Forward after January 6th
   -
Mary Lynne Gasaway Hill, St. Mary's University
   - Arturo Vega, Ph.D., St. Mary's University
   - Janet Armitage, Ph.D., St. Mary's University
   - Patricia Jaramillo, Ph.D., St. Mary's University
   - Lesly Krome, Ph.D., St. Mary's University
   - Betsy Smith, Ph.D., St. Mary's University
   - Andrew J. Hill, J.D., St. Philip's College
   - Mary Lynne Gasaway Hill, Ph.D., FRSA, St. Mary's University

2:45 PM - 4:15 PM

ABS-21 Epistemology and Methodologies: Current and Future US-Mexico Borderlands Theory and Praxis

Live Oak

Coordinator: Anna Casaglia
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Affiliation: University of Trento

 

Chairperson: Rafael Luévano, Chapman University

 

The Humanities and the Social Sciences:  An Interdisciplinary Lens for the US-Mexico Border
   - Rafael Luevano, Chapman University - Religious Studies

La Espera: Visualizing the Wait through Border PAR
   - Nancy Rios-Contreras, Chapman University

Racial biopower and Operation Lone Star on the Texas-Mexico border: A theoretical perspective
   - Jennifer Correa, Texas A&M University-San Antonio

Teaching Borders: Examining the Normative Commitments of a Still-Evolving Metadisciplina
   - Tony Payan, Universidad Autonoma de Ciudad Juarez/Rice University

2:45 PM - 4:15 PM

ABS-26 Climate, Conflict and Covid: Contemporary Disruptions Shaping Borders, Borderlands and Border Processes

Directors

Coordinator: Anna Casaglia
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Affiliation: University of Trento

 

Chairperson: Victor Konrad, Carleton University

 

(Re)Bordering during and after the COVID-19 Pandemic: Implications for border management in North America
   - Laurie Trautman, Western Washington University

Climate-Forced Disruptions, Scalar Dynamics and Critical Border Scholarship.
   - Thomas Ptak, Texas State University

Borders and conflict in West Africa
   - Steven Radil, U.S. Air Force Academy

2:45 PM - 4:15 PM

ABS-28 Comparative Border Studies: Bordering, mobility, and cooperation in North American borders

Mesquite

Coordinator: Anna Casaglia
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Affiliation: University of Trento

 

Chairperson: Xavier Oliveras-Gonzales, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte

 

Construcción de gobernanza para las movilidades humanas desde los actores locales: una aproximación desde la sociología
   - Maria Guadalupe Ortiz Gomez, Consejo Nacional de Ciencias Humanidades y Tecnologías - El Colegio de la Frontera Sur, Unidad San Cristobal

Cooperación transfronteriza en las fronteras norte y sur de Estados Unidos : un modelo comparativo de gestión multinivel
   - Enrique Varela, Universidad de Vigo
   - Francisco Lara, Arizona State University

Asymmetry, Institutional Distance, and Wickedness in Crossborder Planning: Cascadia and Cali-Baja Regions
   - SERGIO PEÑA, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte

Cooperación transfronteriza en salud: el caso de los programas binacionales de vacunación
   - Hilda Garcia, El Colegio de la Frontera Norte

El proceso de fronterización y refronterización y su impacto en las dinámicas de movilidad transnacional y transfronteriza  
   - Pablo Wong-González, Centro de Investigación en Alimentación y Desarrollo (CIAD)
   - Francisco Lara-Valencia, Arizona State University

2:45 PM - 4:15 PM

AFIT-07 Money Creation, Development and Investment Decisions

Chula Vista Boardroom

Coordinator: Benjamin Wilson
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Affiliation: SUNY Cortland

 

Moderator: 

 

Post Colonialism, Emerging International Financial Systems and Monetary Sovereignty: The Abolition of the CFA Franc
   - Karol Gil-Vasquez, Nichols College/Boston University

Rethinking Herd Behavior in Financial Markets with Keynes
   - Hyuna Kim, University of Missouri-Kansas City (UMKC)

Michal Kalecki: Lessons for Less-developed Economies on Financing Capital Formation
   - Klimina Anna, University of Saskatchewan, Canada

The Money Hierarchy and the The Monetary Circuit: Endogenous Money and Shadow Insitutions
   - Nitin Nair, University of Leeds

2:45 PM - 4:15 PM

LASC-13 (CDD, WGBL) Valorando las enseñanzas de la pandemia por Covid-19 para la implementación de nuevas dinámicas en la salud para salvar vidas

Nueces

Coordinator: Jesus Ruiz Flores
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Affiliation: Universidad de Guadalajara

Coordinator: Debra D. Andrist
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Affiliation: Sam Houston State University, Texas, USA

Coordinator: Fernando Pedro Viacava-Breiding
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Affiliation: Tecnologico Nacional de Mexico, Campus Morelia

 

Chairperson: Maria de los Angeles Flores, The University of Texas at El Paso

 

Moderator: Manuel Chavez, Michigan State University

 

Vulnerabilidades de mujeres jornaleras ante la pandemia por COVID-19 en el Valle de San Quintín, Baja California
   - Concepción Martinez Valdés, Universidad Autónoma de Baja California
   - Lourdes Camarena-Ojinaga, Universidad Autónoma de Baja California

Narrativas de trabajadoras del sector salud en tiempos de pandemia en San Quintín, B. C.
   - Lourdes Camarena-Ojinaga, Universidad Autónoma de Baja California
   - Concepción Martínez Valdés, Universidad Autónoma de Baja California

Impact of COVID-19 on journalists: How the pandemic affected the health, economic, social and work conditions for the news media in Latin America and elsewhere
   - Kris Kodrich, Colorado State University

Documentando las rutinas informativas del periodismo transfronterizo de emergencia de los Dos Laredos durante la pandemia del Covid- 19
   - Maria de los Angeles Flores, The University of Texas at El Paso

4:30 PM - 6:00 PM
4:30 PM - 6:00 PM

HIS-02 Seeing Twentieth-Century History through Popular Culture and the LGBTQ+ Community

Chula Vista Boardroom

Coordinator: Monica S. Gallamore Ph.D.
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Affiliation: Virtual Identities and Self Promoting Section, PCA/ACA

Coordinator: Stanford K. Lester MA, MLIS
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Affiliation:
Independent Scholar

Coordinator: Melissa Langley Biegert, Ph.D.
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Affiliation:
Austin Community College

 

Moderator: Melissa Langley Biegert, Ph.D., Austin Community College

 

Everett Goes to War: The Newspaper Comic Strip The Outbursts of Everett True and World War I
    - Dr. Richard A. Voeltz, Cameron University
The State of Same-Sex Marriage in Indian Country: A Case Study
    - Savannah Waters, Oklahoma State University
Dancing Towards Freedom: An Analysis of Ballet Dancers Defecting from the USSR during the Cold War
    - Claudia Suarez, Florida International University
‘The Gay Academic Unmasks’: Transformation and Community in the first Gay Academic Conferences
    - Dr. Monica S. Gallamore Ph.D., WSSA

4:30 PM - 6:00 PM

PA-06 Roundtable - Costs of Immigration Policies to Public Sector

Guadalupe

Coordinator: Viola Fuentes
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Affiliation: Mesa Community College

Coordinator: Chandra Commuri
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Affiliation: California State University at Bakersfield

Coordinator: E. Scott Lee
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Affiliation: Indiana University East

 

Moderator: Viola Fuentes, Mesa Community College

 

Examining the Public Sector Costs of Immigration Policies In Texas, Arizona and Florida
   - Viola Fuentes, Mesa Community College
   - Christina Medina, New Mexico State University
   - Zachary Egan, Mesa Community College

4:30 PM - 6:00 PM

PS-05 Roundtable - Promoting Innovation and Good Writing in Political Science: The Lamb Prize

Chula Vista

Coordinator: Jesus Ruiz Flores
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Affiliation: Universidad de Guadalajara

Coordinator: Fernando Pedro Viacava-Breiding
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Affiliation: UTecnologico Nacional de Mexico, Campus Morelia

 

Chairperson: Donna Lybecker, Idaho State University

 

Promoting Innovation and Good Writing in Political Science: The Lamb Prize
   - Donna Lybecker, Idaho State University
   - Erika Allen Wolters, Oregon State University
   - Holly Oberle, Colorado Mesa University 
   -
Berton Lee Lamb, Negotiation Guidance Associates

4:30 PM - 6:00 PM

ABS Networking

Directors

Coordinator: Anna Casaglia
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Affiliation: University of Trento, Autonomous Province of Trento

 

4:30 PM - 6:00 PM

ABS Networking

Live Oak

Coordinator: Anna Casaglia
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Affiliation: University of Trento, Autonomous Province of Trento

 

4:30 PM - 6:00 PM

ABS Networking

Mesquite

Coordinator: Anna Casaglia
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Affiliation: University of Trento, Autonomous Province of Trento

 

4:30 PM - 6:00 PM

ABS Networking

Pecan

Coordinator: Anna Casaglia
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Affiliation: University of Trento, Autonomous Province of Trento

 

4:30 PM - 6:00 PM

LASC-10 Gobierno Electrónico y Brechas Digitales en México

Blanco

Coordinator: Jesus Ruiz Flores
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Affiliation: Universidad de Guadalajara

Coordinator: Debra D. Andrist
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Affiliation: Sam Houston State University, Texas, USA

Coordinator: Fernando Pedro Viacava-Breiding
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Affiliation: Tecnologico Nacional de Mexico, Campus Morelia

 

Chairperson: Fernando Pedro Viacava-Breiding, Tecnológico Nacional de México, Campus Morelia, Michoacán, México

 

Moderator: Fernando Pedro Viacava-Breiding, Tecnológico Nacional de México, Campus Morelia, Michoacán, México

 

Transición democrática en el Municipio de Ocotlán, Jalisco y políticas públicas en materia de Residuos Sólidos Urbanos
   - Jeovana Arcelia Venegas Sahagun, Universidad de Guadalajara, México
   - Alma Jéssica Velázquez-Gallardo, Universidad de Guadalajara, México

El primer gobierno de alternancia en el Estado de México, cambios y retos para la administración pública
   - Leticia Contreras Orozco, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México
   - Delia Gutiérrez-Linares, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México
   - Eduardo Rodríguez-Manzanares, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México

Gobierno electrónico y los servicios públicos municipales en Mazamitla, Jalisco, México. Un análisis crítico postpandemia
   - Omar Alejandro Mendoza Silva, Universidad de Guadalajara, México

La brecha digital en los estados de México, 2015-2021
   - Reyna Vergara González, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México
   - Gilberto Cárdenas-Cárdenas, Universidad Autónoma de Madrid, España
   - Yolanda Carbajal-Suárez, Universidad Autónoma del Estado de México

5:00 PM - 7:00 PM

AFIT - Keynote Speaker Dr. James Galbraith

Pecos

Dr. James K. Galbraith, Ph.D.

 

Inflation, Sanctions, Demography: Some practical applications of evolutionary and institutional economics.

 

Lloyd M. Bentsen Jr. Chair in Government/Business Relations and Professor of Government
University of Texas at Austin
Lyndon B. Johnson School of Public Affairs

 

Click Here for Dr. Galbraith's Bio

6:00 PM - 7:30 PM
7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
8:00 PM - 9:00 PM

A Facebook Concert

Presidential Suite

Coordinator: Lisa Ossian
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Affiliation: Indian Hills Community College

 

The Kinkaider's Song:  A Homesteader Ballad from the Nebraska Sandhills

 

   - Tom Isern, North Dakota State University

 

The family of prairie folksong tracing lineage to the gospel hymn, “Beulah Land,” is prolific. “Beulah Land” is about a place, the blissful afterlife. Prairie singers borrowed its melody and motifs to localize them to their own places on the plains, sometimes as joyful paeans to a bountiful country, other times as sardonic commentaries on a hard land. “The Kinkaider’s Song” is exceptional in that it is traceable to a particular time and place: the Kinkaider picnic of 16 August 1911, a gathering of homesteaders at the Will Davis grove, a seven-year-old tree claim near Anselmo, in northern Custer County, Nebraska. Fourteen-year-old Matilda Matthews was there and wrote for a regional newspaper, the Atkinson Graphic, “We composed a song, ‘The Kinkaider’s Song,’ and sang it.” The song resounding through the Davis grove in 1911 arose from the historical circumstances of the Kinkaid Act of 1904, which allowed homesteads of a full section, 640 acres, rather than a quarter-section, 160 acres. Its sponsor and heroic proponent, Congressman Moses P. Kinkaid, was present when the Kinkaiders sang their anthem in his honor. From there the song passed into oral tradition and the mysterious canon of Great Plains balladry. Recently discovered, the original text and circumstances of “The Kinkaider’s Song” illustrate the capacity of digitized source materials to move ballads previously anonymous into the realm of known authorship and context--an important development in the interpretation of Great Plains folksong.

Saturday. 06 April, 2024
7:30 AM - 12:00 PM

WSSA Executive Meeting

Pecan

Attendees

WSSA Executive Council

8:00 AM - 2:30 PM

Conference Registration

Hill Country Atrium Foyer

Set up conference material and registration desk.

Personnel

Thomas Stark - One Stone Web

Gary Holden - One Stone Web

Bri Ossian

8:00 AM - 9:30 AM

LASC-17 Políticas Públicas Locales Sostenibles

Nueces

Coordinator: Jesus Ruiz Flores
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Affiliation: Universidad de Guadalajara

Coordinator: Debra D. Andrist
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Affiliation: Sam Houston State University, Texas, USA

Coordinator: Fernando Pedro Viacava-Breiding
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Affiliation: Tecnologico Nacional de Mexico, Campus Morelia

 

Chairperson: Adria Velia González Beltrones, Universidad de Sonora, México

 

Moderator:

 

Circular economy as a municipal development tool: Case study: Esquilmos
   - Adria Velia Gonzalez Beltrones, Universidad de Sonora, México
   - María de los Ángeles Monterde Valenzuela, Universidad Estatal de Sonora, México
   - María del Carmen Morales Tostado, Universidad de Sonora, México
   - Guadalupe Aleida Valenzuela Miranda, Universidad de Sonora, México

Public policies for training in social sciences of the higher education system
   - Miguel Arturo Morales Zamorano, Universidad de Sonora, México
   - Dr. Rafael Ramirez Villaescusa, Universidad de Sonora, México
   - Dr. Romualdo Montaño Bermúdez, Universidad de Sonora, México
   - Dr. Óscar Nicasio Lagunes López, Universidad de Sonora, México

Avances en el marco normativo, transparencia y ODS en la Economía Circular en México
   - Maria Monterde, María de los Angeles Monterde Valenzuela/Universidad Estatal de Sonora
   - María del Carmen Morales Tostado, Universidad de Sonora, México
   - Adria Velia González Beltrones, Universidad de Sonora, México
   - Rafael Ramírez Villaescuza, Universidad de Sonora, México

El gobierno y la política educativa desde una perspectiva regional
   - Guadalupe Aleida Valenzuela Miranda, Universidad de Sonora, México
   - Adria Velia González Beltrones, Universidad de Sonora, México
   - Héctor Guillermo Campbell Araujo, Universidad de Sonora, México
   - Miguel Arturo Morales Zamorano, Universidad de Sonora, México

8:00 AM - 10:30 AM

AFIT-12 Perspectives on Industry Structures

Blanco

Coordinator: Benjamin Wilson
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Affiliation: SUNY Cortland

 

Moderator:

 

Are Capitalist System of Sports Truly Self-Organising?
   - Mu-Jeong Kho, University College London

Permanency of Business Manufacturing Conglomerates in Colombia during 1991-2022: An applied model of the Veblenian heterodox theory of the firm
   - Jairo Parada, Universidad del Norte and Universidad Nacional-Manizales
   - Luis Rosado, Universidad Nacional-Manizales

The Epidemiologic Imperative: Limiting Opportunism and Exploitation in The Delivery of Pharmaceuticals in the USA
   - Robert J Kemp, KempHE

The Neo-Polanyian Critique of Environmental Economics: Limits and Possibilities
   - Marc Triller, The New School For Social Research

9:45 AM - 11:15 AM

US-01 Issues of Urban Design

Guadalupe

Coordinator: Thomas Sammons
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Affiliation: University of Louisiana at Lafayette, College of the Arts

 

Moderator: Thomas Sammons, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, College of the Arts

 

Urban Design: Architectural Education
    - Robert McKinney, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
Student Use of Artificial Intelligence Image-Generation in Studio Coursework
    - W. Geoff Gjertson, University of Louisiana at Lafayette
New York City as Urban Laboratory for the 409 Comprehensive Design Studio 
    - Thomas Sammons, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, College of the Arts

9:45 AM - 11:15 AM

AIIS-07 Roundtable - Indigenous Ecology and Research 1

Chula Vista

Coordinator: Aresta Tsosie-Paddock
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Affiliation: University of Arizona

 

Moderator: Stefanie Kunze, Northern Arizona University

 

Indigenous Research Roundtable: Approaches to ecology and environment, traditional knowledge, and teaching.
   - Stefanie Kunze, Northern Arizona University
   - Michele Companion, University of Colorado - Colorado Springs
   - Karen Jarratt-Snider, Northern Arizona University
   - Christopher Jocks, Northern Arizona University
   - Aresta Tsosie-Paddock, University of Arizona
   - Crystal Luce, University of Colorado Denver
   - Nizhoni Tallas, Northern Arizona University

9:45 AM - 11:15 AM

CJC-06 Topics in Drugs, Mental Health, and Domestic Violence

Llano

Coordinator: Stephani Anne Williams
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Affiliation: Northern Arizona University

Coordinator: Andrew Brown
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Affiliation: Northern Arizona University - Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice

 

Moderator: Andrew Brown, Northern Arizona University

 

Generic Qualitative and Action-Based Research on a Drug Court Setting
  - Dr. Taten Albright, Angelo State University 
How Does Religion Affect Intimate Partner Violence on Post Traumatic Stress Disorder?
  - Lonni Lee Garcia, St. Mary's University 
Depression, anxiety, PTSD, and anger: Outcomes of traumatic experience in relation to drug abuse
  - Jacob Silva, St. Mary's University 
Lethality Assessment Protocol: Challenges and Barriers of Implementation for Domestic Violence Victim Advocates
  - Tanya Grant, St. Mary's University 

9:45 AM - 11:15 AM

LASC-18 (CJC) Questioning Prison

Nueces

Coordinator: Jesus Ruiz Flores
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Affiliation: Universidad de Guadalajara

Coordinator: Debra D. Andrist
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Affiliation: Sam Houston State University, Texas, USA

Coordinator: Fernando Pedro Viacava-Breiding
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Affiliation: Tecnologico Nacional de Mexico, Campus Morelia

 

Chairperson: Andres Zamudio, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation Pleasant Valley State Prison

 

Moderator:

 

Answering Questions in Prison: A Philosophical-Social Task
   - Andres Zamudio, California Department of Corrections and Rehabilitation Pleasant Valley State Prison

9:45 AM - 11:15 AM

PS-06 (RAS) Rural World. Economics, Policy & Leadership

Pecos

Coordinator: Jesus Ruiz Flores
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Affiliation: Universidad de Guadalajara

Coordinator: Fernando Pedro Viacava-Breiding
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Affiliation: UTecnologico Nacional de Mexico, Campus Morelia

 

Moderator: Peter Longo, University of Nebraska at Kearney

 

Seeking Constitutional Balance of Corporate Farming and the Family Farm
   - Samuel Schroeder, University of Nebraska at Kearney 
Community Reinvestment Act: Political Overview and Policy Considerations
   - Madison, University of Nebraska at Kearney
Mitigating Hunger: Lessons from Past Rural Leaders
   - Peter Longo, University of Nebraska Kearney 
   - James M. Scott, Texas Christian University
Analysis of Human Trafficking
   - Macy Bryant, University of Nebraska-Kearney 
Immigration, a pathway to mitigate the rural labor shortage
   - Brooke Thoendel, University of Nebraska at Kearney 

9:45 AM - 11:15 AM

ABS-29 Border regions and cooperation

Directors

Coordinator: Anna Casaglia
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Affiliation: University of Trento

 

Chairperson: Daniel Covarrubias, Texas A&M International University

 

Cross-border spatial imaginaries and the paradox of the border. The case of Cali-Baja binational mega-region
   - Christophe Sohn, Luxembourg Institute of Socio-Economic Research (LISER)

Emerging Trends in Canada-US Cross-Border Governance at the Subnational Scale: Opportunities and Challenges
   - Jennifer Bettis, Border Policy Research Institute, Western Washington University

Cross Border Cooperations in Latin America
   -
Emmanuel Brunet-Jailly, University of Victoria

9:45 AM - 11:15 AM

ABS-30 Governing integration: asylum seekers and political strategies

Live Oak

Coordinator: Anna Casaglia
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Affiliation: University of Trento

 

Chairperson: Paul Richardson, University of Birmingham

 

Populism and Education: A Comparative Analysis of Education Strategies in Canada and the United States
   - Ibrahim Berrada, Northern Arizona University
   - Paul Coleman, Arizona State University

Interorganizational governance of asylum seekers: Between human rights activism and political backlash
   - Maria Veronica Elias, The University of Texas at San Antonio, Fulbright Scholar Alumni Ambassador
   - Bertha A. Bermúdez Tapia, New Mexico State University

9:45 AM - 11:15 AM

ABS-31 Governance and Infrastructure on the US-Mexico Border: Narratives, Models and Agreements

Mesquite

Coordinator: Anna Casaglia
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Affiliation: University of Trento

 

Chairperson: Donna Lybecker, Idaho State University

 

Models of water resource management in binational watersheds
   - Irasema Coronado, ASU School of Transborder Studies
   - Paul Ganster, San Diego State University
   - Francisco Lara, ASU School of Transborder Studies
   - Steve Mumme, Colorado State University

Crafting Binational Groundwater Agreements:  Preconditions for Progress Along the Mexico-U.S. Boundary
   - Steve Mumme, Colorado State University

AI, future decision makers and narratives concerning the governance of water at the US Mexico border
   - Donna Lybecker, Idaho State University
   - Mark K. McBeth, Idaho State University
   - Misty Prigent, Springfield College

The Border Wall and the Border Monuments - Physical Changes to the Border
   - Mark Howe, New Mexico State University

9:45 AM - 11:15 AM

AFIT-05 Mandates, Budgets, and Codes

Blanco

Coordinator: Benjamin Wilson
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Affiliation: SUNY Cortland

 

Moderator:

 

External Code Violations as a Weapon for Neighborhood Change
   - Ely Fair, Knox College

Neoliberal Fascism?: Power or Money in Higher Education Reform
   - Barbara Hopkins, Wright State University

Opposing What You Want: Rational Hard-lining when the Slope is Slippery
   - Zachary Schaller, Colorado State University

11:30 AM - 12:50 PM

AAAS-02 Education, Knowledge-Building And Nationhood In Africa And The Diaspora

Guadalupe

Coordinator: George Kieh, Ph.D.
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Affiliation: Texas Southern University

 

Moderator: Ishmael Munene, Northern Arizona University

 

The Educational Impact of Foreign-Themed Literature v. Local-Themed literature on a Child's Educational Growth Journey: A Case Study on Nigerian students
    - Ejiro U Osiobe, Baker University & The Ane Osiobe International Foundation
Recognition of Afro-Indigenous Peoples of North America
    - Laurence French, University of New Hampshire, Durham, NH
Access Restrained, Success Denied: How Covid-19 Subverted Social Justice in Higher Education Access, Experience and Success in Africa
    - Ishmael I. Munene, Northern Arizona University

11:30 AM - 12:50 PM

AIIS-08 Roundtable - Indigenous Ecology and Research 2

Chula Vista

Coordinator: Aresta Tsosie-Paddock
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Affiliation: University of Arizona

 

Moderator: Stefanie Kunze, Northern Arizona University

 

Indigenous Research Roundtable: Approaches to ecology and environment, traditional knowledge, and teaching.
   - Stefanie Kunze, Northern Arizona University
   - Michele Companion, University of Colorado - Colorado Springs
   - Karen Jarratt-Snider, Northern Arizona University
   - Christopher Jocks, Northern Arizona University
   - Aresta Tsosie-Paddock, University of Arizona
   - Crystal Luce, University of Colorado Denver
   - Nizhoni Tallas, Northern Arizona University

11:30 AM - 12:50 PM

CJC-01 Roundtable - TRIGGERED! Teaching Tough Topics in Trying Times

Llano

Coordinator: Stephani Anne Williams
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Affiliation: Northern Arizona University

Coordinator: Andrew Brown
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Affiliation: Northern Arizona University - Department of Criminology and Criminal Justice

 

Moderator: Eddy Lynton, Texas Wesleyan

 

TRIGGERED! Teaching Tough Topics in Trying Times
   - Eddy Lynton, Texas Wesleyan
   - Harrison Watts, Our Lady of the Lake University 
   - Alison Marie Simons, Texas Wesleyan University
   - Jerry Kovar, Austin Community College
   - Tamika Johnson, Texas Wesleyan University
   - Cary Dale Adkinson, Texas Wesleyan University
   - Christopher Ohan, Texas Wesleyan University

11:30 AM - 12:50 PM

SA-07 Health

Nueces

Coordinator: Debra D. Andrist
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Affiliation: Sam Houston State University, Texas

Coordinator: Aritra Chakrabarty
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Affiliation: Michigan Technological University

 

Moderator: 

 

How Can the Basic Income Truly act as a Trigger for Self-Organising a New Resilient Health System?
   - Mu-Jeong Kho, University College London 
The Effect of Sensory Inputs on The Academic Achievement/Performance and Productivity of College Students
   - Ancilla Akinyi Wasonga, Texas Wesleyan University 
Institutional Distrust in the Youth Mental Health Crisis
   - Michael Friedson, Associate Professor, Sociology & Criminology, University of Wisconsin-Whitewater 

11:30 AM - 12:50 PM

PS-07 Breaking paradigms and making tough decisions

Pecos

Coordinator: Jesus Ruiz Flores
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Affiliation: Universidad de Guadalajara

Coordinator: Fernando Pedro Viacava-Breiding
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Affiliation: UTecnologico Nacional de Mexico, Campus Morelia

 

Moderator: James Katz, Missouri State University

 

The Patentability of Biotechnology: Policy Considerations
   - Peyton Luedders, University of Nebraska Kearney 
How is territory-based approach conceptualized in political science?
   - Jennifer Ponce Cori, University of Pittsburgh 
   - David Alarcon, Universidad Nacional de Quilmes
The Unidentified Anomalous Phenomena Are Real: It’s Time for Political Science to Pay Attention
   - James Kaatz, Missouri State University 

11:30 AM - 12:50 PM

ABS-32 Border security practices (1): violence and militarization

Directors

Coordinator: Anna Casaglia
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Affiliation: University of Trento

 

Chairperson: Todd Hataley, Fleming College

 

The Violence of US Border Externalization: Critical Insights on the Realities of Border Regimes
   - Carla Angulo-Pasel, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley

The "New Border Enforcement Action" effects in El Paso, Tx. - Juarez, Chihuahua Borderland
   - Isaac Garza, Northern Arizona University

Trumpism and Texas: The political spectacle of buoys, barbed-wire, border securocracy and Abbott’s abuses of national immigration policy
   - Terence M Garrett, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley

11:30 AM - 12:50 PM

ABS-33 Roundtable - Towards a new agenda for border wall studies

Live Oak

Coordinator: Anna Casaglia
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Affiliation: University of Trento

 

Chairperson: Élisabeth Vallet, CMR-St Jean and UQAM

 

Towards a new agenda for border wall studies
   - Elisabeth Vallet, CMR Saint-Jean and UQAM
   - Irasema Coronado, Arizona State University
   - Christina Leza, Colorado College
   - James Scott, University of Eastern Finland
   - Jussi Laine, University of Eastern Finland
   - Kenneth Madsen, Ohio State University

11:30 AM - 12:50 PM

ABS-34 Framing Borders in Literature, Art and Movies (1)

Mesquite

Coordinator: Anna Casaglia
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Affiliation: University of Trento

 

Chairperson: Miriam Romero, Norwich University

 

Dance, Power, Politics: On Choreography and Security at the El Paso-Juarez Border.
   - Charlotte Veal, Newcastle University

Border research in literary and cultural studies
   - Louise Harrington, University of Alberta

Moving Towards a Global Comparative Borderlands Literary Studies: Feminist Narratives of Decolonial Praxis, and New Female Resistances on Borderlands
   - Farhana Islam, Doctoral Candidate (ABD), Department of English, The University at Albany, SUNY

11:30 AM - 12:50 PM

AFIT-13 Panel Discussion on Daphne Greenwood’s Work, Pay, and Sustainability: A New Economics of Labor

Blanco

Coordinator: Benjamin Wilson
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Affiliation: SUNY Cortland

 

Chairperson: Jack Reardon, University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire

 

Moderator: Daphne Greenwood, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs

Panel Discussion on Daphne Greenwood’s Work, Pay, and Sustainability: A New Economics of Labor
   - Daphne Greenwood, University of Colorado, Colorado Springs
   - Kevin Capehart, California State university Fresno
   - Paula Cole, University of Denver
   - Liudmila Malyshava, Skidmore College
   - Zachary Schaller, Colorado State University

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

AS-01 (HIS, MENA)The Impact of China on Regional Religious Practice, Philosophy, and International Relations

Nueces

Coordinator: Barbara Greene
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Affiliation: Tokyo International University, Japan

 

Moderator: Jamil Akhtar

 

The Mechanism of the Karma of the Inscribed Triad Buddha Statues from the Longxing Temple Hoard
    - Shengyue Zhu, University of California Berkeley
Influence of Asian Philosophy on Quranic Interpretation
    - Jamil Akhtar, Assistant Professor, University of the Punjab, Lahore Pakistan

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM
1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

ABS-35 Border Security Practices (2): Actors and Logics

Directors

Coordinator: Anna Casaglia
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Affiliation: University of Trento

 

Chairperson: Sylvia Gonzalez-Gorman, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley

 

Comparing The Role Of Indigenous Populations In Canadian Border Security
   - Todd Hataley, Fleming College

Border Dispute Resolution by Third Parties
   - Halina Sapeha, Borders in Globalization (BiG) Lab, University of Victoria

The Impact of the polycrisis on the role of the state and the nature of borders
   - Shlomo Hasson, The Hebrew University of Jerusalem

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

ABS-36 Book Presentation - Border Economies: Cities Bridging the U.S.-Mexico Divide

Live Oak

Coordinator: Anna Casaglia
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Affiliation: University of Trento

 

Discussants: Stephen Mumme, Colorado State University and David Molina, University of North Texas

 

Border Economies:  Cities Bridging the U.S.-Mexico Divide
   - James Gerber, San Diego State University, Emeritus

1:00 PM - 2:30 PM

ABS-37 Framing Borders in Literature, Art and Movies (2)

Mesquite

Coordinator: Anna Casaglia
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Affiliation: University of Trento

 

Chairperson: Jopi Nyman, University of Eastern Finland

 

Los lobos (2019): Percepciones, Tensiones y Conflictos Inmigrantes
   - Dr. Miriam Romero, N/A

Spatiotemporal Borders in Victoria Thompson’s Memoir Losing Alexandria
   - Jopi Nyman, University of Eastern Finland

For A Practice of Inheritance:  Reading New Cultural Representations of the Juarez Femicides
   - Katherine Roberts, Wilfrid Laurier University, Waterloo, Canada

2:45 PM - 4:15 PM

ABS-38 Border Security Practices (3): Methods and Patterns

Directors

Coordinator: Anna Casaglia
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Affiliation: University of Trento

 

Chairperson: Carla Angulo-Pasel, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley

 

Patterns of Border Disputes Amongst OSCE Countries
   - Halina Sapeha, Borders in Globalization (BiG) Lab, University of Victoria

Fossilized place names and boundaries - Toponymic inscribing and line drawing on historical maps in the Korean DMZ
   - Sungmin Jang, Florida State University

Examining Borders as a Group: How Effective are Border Sets in Controlling (Im)migration?
   - Sylvia Gonzalez-Gorman, University of Texas Rio Grande Valley

2:45 PM - 4:15 PM

ABS-39 Work, capitalism, and border configuration

Live Oak

Coordinator: Anna Casaglia
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Affiliation: University of Trento

 

Chairperson: Anna Casaglia, University of Trento

 

Multidimensional Borderlands: The Impacts of Municipal Boundary-Making and Climate Change on California Women Farmworkers
   - Evelyn Pruneda, California State University, Chico

How can the Basic Income Truly Act as a Trigger for Self-Organising a New Resilient System of Migration?
   - Mu-Jeong Kho, University College London

A borderland analytic: Thinking uneven development from the U.S.-Mexico borderlands
   - Nina Ebner, El Colegio de Mexico

4:30 PM - 6:00 PM

SA-06 Workshop - Journaling Workshop

Llano

Coordinator: Debra D. Andrist
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Affiliation: Sam Houston State University, Texas

Coordinator: Aritra Chakrabarty
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Affiliation: Michigan Technological University

 

Moderator: Sue P. Nash, St. Mary's University

 

The Sociological Imagination Journaling (SIJ) Project
   - Sue P. Nash, St. Mary's University
   - Janet S. Armitage, St. Mary's University

4:30 PM - 6:00 PM

ABS-41 The state of the art in border studies

Directors

Coordinator: Anna Casaglia
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Affiliation: University of Trento

 

Chairperson: James W. Scott, University of Eastern Finland

 

Three Decades of Border Studies - Whatever Happened to the Borderless World?
   - David Newman, Ben-Gurion University, Israel

Border Heritage: A review and reconceptualization of memorialized boundaries
   - Victor Konrad, Carleton University

Post Trust Politics and the border condition of France and Italy
   - Emmanuel Brunet-Jailly, University of Victoria

6:30 PM - 8:00 PM

WSSA President’s Reception

Garden Terrace

All Attendees Invited

 

WSSA Recepción del presidente

 

Se invita a todos los asistentes