Publications

My publications reflect my contributions to public sociology and traditional academic sociology

Peer-Reviewed Articles

Macomber, Kris. Forthcoming 2015. “I’m Sure as Hell Not Putting Any Man on a Pedestal”: Male Privilege and Accountability in Domestic and Sexual Violence Work. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.

Macomber, Kris and Sarah E. Rusche. 2011. “Using Early Racial Memories to Teach About Racial Inequality.” Feminist Teacher 20 (3).

Macomber, Kris, Christine Mallinson, and Elizabeth Seale. 2011. “Katrina that Bitch!” Hegemonic Representations of Women’s Sexuality on Hurricane Katrina Souvenir T-shirts.” Journal of Popular Culture 44 (3).

Applied and Public Sociology/Policy Papers

Kris, Macomber, Trishana Jones, Joy Piontak, Judy Chaet, Monique Conway. 2014. “State-Level Environmental Scan: Assessing Services to Children Exposed to Domestic Violence in North Carolina.” Prepared for The North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services. http://www.nccadv.org/pdf/2014/NCCADVCASEEnvironmentalScan2013-2ndcopy.pdf

Macomber, Kris. 2013. “Assessing Services for Children Exposed to Domestic Violence in North Carolina: Summative Report #1 with Domestic Violence Service Providers.” Prepared for North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services. http://nccadv.org/pdf/2014/SummativeReportCASEDVSP.pdf

Macomber, Kris. 2013. “Assessing Services for Children Exposed to Domestic Violence in North Carolina: Summative Report #2 with Survivors of Domestic Violence.” Prepared for North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services.

Macomber, Kris, and Trishana Jones. 2013. “Paving the Road: Working to Enhance Services to Children Exposed to Domestic Violence in North Carolina.” Prepared for North Carolina Department of Health and Human Services.

Piontak, Joy, Trishana Jones, and Kris Macomber. 2013. “Child Advocacy Services Enhancement Project: Environmental Scan Survey Results.” Prepared for The North Carolina Coalition Against Domestic Violence.

Macomber, Kris and Chad Sniffen. 2011. “Male Privilege in the Anti-Violence Movement.” The Voice: The Journal of The Battered Women’s Movement. Fall Issue.

Book Chapters

Rusche, Sarah E., and Kris Macomber. 2008. “All of a Sudden…: Exploring Sociology in Everyday Life” 247-254. In Sociology through Active Learning. Second Edition, edited by Kathleen McKinney and Barbara Heyl. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.

Macomber, Kris, Sarah E. Rusche, and Delmar Wright. 2007. “After the Levees Broke: College Students Reactions to the Aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.” Pp. 123-140  in The Sociology of Katrina: Perspectives on a Modern Catastrophe, edited by David Brunsma, David Overfelt, and Steve Picou. Lanham, MD: Roman & Littlefield.

Methodological 

Macomber, Kris. 2014.  “There’s a Precious Few Men who Truly Get It,” in Chapter Five, “The Logic of Grounded Theory Coding Practices and Initial Coding,” and Chapter Six, “Focused Coding and Beyond” in Kathy Charmaz’s Constructing Grounded Theory: Practical Guidance Through Qualitative Analysis, 3rd Edition. Los Angeles: Sage.

 

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