Publications

A list of the most recent publications by ICR researchers, organized by year:

Zeng, Li, Jianghong Li, and Forrest W. Crawford. “Empirical evidence of recruitment bias in a network study of people who inject drugs.” The American journal of drug and alcohol abuse(2019): 1-10.
https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/00952990.2019.1584203?needAccess=true

Vlahos, P., Schensul, S. L., Nanayakkara, N., Chandrajith, R., Haider, L., Anand, S.,Silva, K. Tudor, Schensul, Jean J.. (2019). Kidney progression project (KiPP): Protocol for a longitudinal cohort study of progression in chronic kidney disease of unknown etiology in Sri Lanka. Global Public Health, 14(2), 214-226. doi: 10.1080/17441692.2018.1508480

Book chapter: Schensul, Jean J. Culture and Practice in Relational Wellbeing in Page-Reeves, Janet (ed.) (FORTHCOMING 2019). Well-Being as a Multidimensional Concept: Understanding Connections Between Culture, Community, and Health. Lexington Books of Rowman & Littlefield. Lanham, Maryland.

Li, J., Valente, T.W., Shin, H.S., Weeks, M.R., Zelenev, A., Moorthi, G., Mosher, H., Heimer, R., Robles, E., and Palmer, G (2018) Overlooked threats to respondent driven sampling estimators: Peer recruitment reality, degree measures, and random selection assumption. AIDS & Behavior, 22: 2340-2350. PMID: 28660381

Green, H.D., Weeks, M.R., Berman, M., Mosher, H.I., Abbott, M., Garcia, N. (in press) Managing the Risk of Intimacy: Accounts of Disclosure and Responsiveness among People with HIV and Intimate Partners of People with HIV. Culture, Health & Sexuality. (Taylor & Francis; ISSN: 1464-5351; DOI: 10.1080/13691058.2018.1479535)

Zelenev A, Li J, Mazhnaya A, Basu S, Altice FL. Hepatitis C virus treatment as
prevention in an extended network of people who inject drugs in the USA: a
modelling study. The Lancet. Infectious diseases. 2018; 18(2):215-224. NIHMSID:
NIHMS922597 PubMed [journal] PMID: 29153265, PMCID: PMC5860640

Crawford FW, Aronow PM, Zeng L, Li J. Identification of Homophily and
Preferential Recruitment in Respondent-Driven Sampling. American journal of
epidemiology. 2018; 187(1):153-160. PubMed [journal] PMID: 28605424, PMCID:
PMC5860647

Toan Ha, Stephen Schensul, Mitchell Irving, Marie Brault, Jean Schensul, Priti Prabhughate and Melita Vaz (2018). Depression among alcohol consuming, HIV positive men on ART treatment in India. AIDS Behav). https://doi.org/10.1007/s10461-018-2339-3

Patel,Anik R, Ruggles, K.V., Nucifora, Kimberly, Zhou, Qinlian, Schensul, Stephen, Schensul, Jean J, Bryant, Kendall, Braithwaite, R. Scott. Evaluating Alternative Designs of a Multi-level HIV Intervention in Maharashtra, India: The Impact of Stakeholder Constraints (MDM-PP-17-077.R2), accepted for publication, 8/22/2018.

Schensul, Jean J, Begum, Shahina, Nair, Saritha, Oncken, Cheryl. Challenges In Indian Women’s Readiness To Quit Smokeless Tobacco Use. 2018. Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention. 9(6):1561-1569.

Kostick, Kristin, Schensul, Jean J. The role of Ecstasy (MDMA) in Managing Intimacy and Conflict in Stable Relationships. Culture, Health & Sexuality: An international journal for Research, Intervention and Care. 2018. https://DOI: 10.1080/13691058.2018.1472809

Schensul, Jean J., Radda, Kim, Corbeil, Candace. Sexual Culture in Low Income Older Adult Housing: Norms, Behaviors and Risks. Culture, Health & Sexuality: An international journal for Research, Intervention and Care. 2018. https://DOI: 10.1080/13691058.2018.1472809

Weeks, M.R., Li, J., Lounsbury, D., Green, H.D., Berman, M., Rohena, L., Gonzalez, R., Lang, S., Mosher, H.I. (2017). Using participatory system dynamics modeling to examine the local HIV test and treatment care continuum in order to reduce community viral load. American Journal of Community Psychology, 60 (3-4): 584-598. PMID: 29154393

Schensul, Jean. J., Ha, T., Schensul, S., Sarna, A., & Bryant, K. (2017). Identifying the Intersection of Alcohol, Adherence and Sex in HIV Positive Men on ART Treatment in India Using an Adapted Timeline Followback Procedure. AIDS and behavior, 21(2), 228-242. https://doi: 10.1007/s10461-017-1916-1

Begum, Shahina, Schensul, Jean, Nair, Saritha. Effect of Indian Women’s Exposure to Warning Messages on Intention to Quit Smokeless Tobacco. International Journal of Reproduction, Contraception, Obstetrics and Gynecology.2017. Volume 6:Issue 12, http://dx.doi.org/10.18203/2320-1770.ijrcog20175241

Schensul, Jean, Ha, Toan, Schensul, Stephen, Sarna, Avina, Bryant, Kendall. Identifying the Intersection of Alcohol, Adherence and Sex in HIV Positive Men on ART Treatment in India Using an Adapted Timeline Followback Procedure. AIDS and Behavior, 2017. https://DOI: 10.1007/s10461-017-1916-1, 21(2): 228-241.

Brawner, B. M., B. Guthrie, Stevens, R., Taylor, Taylor, Lynne, Eberhart, Michael, Schensul, Jean J. (2017). “Place Still Matters: Racial/Ethnic and Geographic Disparities in HIV Transmission and Disease Burden.” Journal of Urban Health. Online, pp. 1 – 14. Sept. 2017.

Lanier, Y., Stewart, J.M., Schensul, J.J., Guthrie, B.J. (2017) Moving Beyond Age: A Contextualized Examination of Young Black Men and Women’s Sexual Debut, Jr. Racial and Ethnic and Health Disparities, Volume 5:2,pp 261–270.

Schensul, S., Ha, Toan, Schensul, J., Vaz, M., Singh, R. The Role of Alcohol on ART Adherence among Persons Living with HIV in Urban India (2017).Journal of Studies on Alcohol and Drugs 78, 716–724.

Reisine, S., Schensul, Jean J., Goldblatt, R, Radda, K., Foster-Bey, C., Acosta-Glynn, C, Miron-Carcamo, L. and Ioannidou, E. (2016). A bi-level intervention to improve oral hygiene of older and disabled adults in low-income housing: results of a pilot study. Community Dental Health, 33(2): 127-32. PMID: 27352467

Dickson-Gomez, J; McAuliffe, T.; Obidoa, C.; Quinn, K.; Weeks, M.R. (2016). The relationship between housing subsidies and supportive housing on neighborhood distress and housing satisfaction: Does drug use make a difference? Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention, and Policy, 11(1): 20. PMID: 27233496.

Dunn, J., Zhang, Q., Weeks, M.R., Li, J., Liao, S.S., Li, F. (2016). Indigenous HIV Prevention Beliefs and Practices among Low-earning Chinese Sex Workers as Context for Introducing Female Condoms and Other Novel Prevention Options. Qualitative Health Research, 27 (9): 1302-1315. PMID: 27811288. PMC5440208.

Perkins, D.D. & Schensul, J.J. Interdisciplinary contributions to community psychology and transdisciplinary potentials. (2016). In Meg A. Bond, Christopher B. Keys, & Irma Serrano-García (Eds.), Handbook of Community Psychology (2nd Edition). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Schensul, J.J. (2016) “A Hard Way Out”, in Engaging Participatory Visual and Digital Methods, Aline Gubrium, Krista Harper, and Marty Otañez, eds. N.Y.: Routledge:

Begum, Shahina, Schensul, Jean J., Nair, Saritha, Donta, Balaiah. “Initiating Smokeless Tobacco Use across Reproductive Stages” (2015) Asian Pacific Journal of Cancer Prevention. 16(17): 7547-7554. PMID:26625760

Weeks, M.R., Zhan, W., Lim J., Hilario, H., Abbott, M., Medina, Z. (2015). Female Condom Use and Adoption Among Men and Women in a General Low-Income Urban U.S. Population. AIDS & Behavior, 19:1642–1654. PMID: 25840799; PMC4553071.

Weeks, .M R., Kostick, K., Li, J., Dunn, J., McLaughlin, P., Richmond, P., Choudhury, S., Obidoa, C., Mosher, H. I., Martinez, M. (2015). Translation of the Risk Avoidance Partnership (RAP) for implementation in outpatient drug treatment clinics. Journal of Psychoactive Drugs, 47(3):239-247. PMID: 26098970. PMC4698960.

Mosher, H.I., Moorthi, G., Li, J., Weeks, M.R. (2015). A qualitative analysis of peer recruitment pressures in respondent driven sampling: Are risks above the ethical limit? International Journal of Drug Policy. Jun 7. pii: S0955-3959(15)00180-2. PMID: 26141164.

Kostick KM, Weeks MR, & Mosher H.I. (2014). Participant and staff experiences in a peer-delivered HIV intervention with injection drug users. J Empir Res Hum Res Ethics. 2014 Feb;9(1):6-18.

Mosher, H.I. (2013) A Question of Quality: The Art/Science of Doing Collaborative Public Ethnography. Qualitative Research, 13(4): 428-441.

Vannini, P. & Mosher, H.I. (2013). Public ethnography: an introduction to the special Issue. Qualitative Research, 13(4): 391-401.

Wang, Y., Liao, S.S., Jiang, J., Weeks, M.R., Nie, L., Li, J., He, B., Zhou, Y., Li, F., Dunn, J., Zhang, Q. (2013). Who are the preferential targets for intervention programs related to the female condom among sex workers in southern China? AIDS Education and Prevention, 25(4):349-61.

Weeks, M.R., Li, J., Liao, S., Zhang, Q., Dunn, J., Wang, Y., Jiang, J. (2013) Multilevel dynamic systems affecting introduction of HIV/STI prevention innovations among Chinese women in sex-work establishments. Health Education & Behavior, 40(1 Suppl): 111S-22S. Special issue: Systems Science Applications in Health Promotion and Public Health. PMCID: PMC4360974

Coman, E.N., Weeks, M.R., Yanovitzky, I., Iordache, E., Barbour, R., Coman, M.A., Huedo-Medina, T.B. (2013) The impact of information about the female condom on female condom use among males and females from a US urban community. AIDS & Behavior, 17:2194–2201. PMID: 23212854. PMC3622782.

Nie, L., Liao, S., Weeks, M.R., Wang, Y., Jiang, J., Zhang, Q., Zhou, Y., He, B., Li, J., Dunn, J. (2013) Promoting female condom in sex industry in four towns of southern China: Context matters. Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 40(3):264-270. PMID: 23403607; PMC3572509.

Weeks, M.R., Abbott, M., Hilario, H., Radda, K., Medina, Z., Prince, M., Li, J., Kaplan, C. (2013). Structural issues affecting creation of a Community Action and Advocacy Board: A pilot project engaging community to develop multilevel intervention for HIV prevention using female condoms. Health Education Research, 28:375-391. PMID: 124272320; PMC477997.

Weeks, M.R., Coman, E., Hilario, H., Li, J., and Abbott, M. (2013) Initial and sustained female condom use among low-income urban U.S. women. Journal of Women’s Health, 22(1):26-36. PMC3546362.

Coman, E., Buck, R. (2012). Media Addiction. SALCO: A New Salience-Compulsion Media Affinity Scale. Lambert Academic Publishing, Saarbrücken: Germany. ISBN 978-3-8484-8862-9

Mosher, H.I. (2012). Participatory Ethnographic Video (Chapter 8). In J.J. Schensul & M.D. LeCompte (Eds.), Specialized Ethnographic Methods: A Mixed Method Approach(Ethnographer’s Toolkit, Second Edition). Lanham, MD: AltaMira Press.

Coman, E., Iordache, E., Schensul, J., & Coiculescu, I. (2012). Comparisons of CES-D depression scoring methods in two older adults ethnic groups. The emergence of an ethnic-specific brief three-item CES-D scale. International Journal of Geriatric Psychiatry.

Li, J.H., Weeks, M.R., Borgatti, S., Clair, S., and Dickson-Gomez, J. (2012) A social network approach to demonstrate the diffusion and change process of intervention from Peer Health Advocates to the drug using community. Substance Use and Misuse, 47:474-490.

Obidoa, C. A. & Cromley R. (2012). A geographical analysis of HIV/AIDS in Nigeria, 1991-2001. Journal of Social and Behavioral Health Sciences, 6 (1), 13-29.

Obidoa, C. A., M’Lan, C. E., Schensul, S. L. (2012). Factors associated with HIV/AIDS sexual risk among young women aged 15-24 years in Nigeria. Journal of Public Health in Africa. 3(1): DOI: 10.4081/jphia.2012.e15.

Kostick KM, Schensul S, Singh R, Pelto P & Saggurti N. (2011) “A methodology for building culture and gender norms into intervention: An example from Mumbai, India.” Social Science & Medicine; doi:10.1016/j.socscimed.2011.03.029.

Dickson-Gomez, J., McAuliffe, T., Convey, M., Weeks, M.R., & Owczarzak, J. (2011) Access to housing subsidies, housing status, drug use and HIV risk among low-income U.S. urban residents. Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention, and Policy. Nov. 23;6(1):31.

Dickson-Gomez, J., Weeks, M.R., Convey, M., & Li, J. (2011) Social psychological processes of enhanced HIV risk reduction among peer interventionists. Journal of Community Psychology, 39(4): 369-389.

Moonzwe, L., Schensul, J.J., & Kostick, K. (2011). The Role of MDMA (Ecstasy) in Coping with Negative Life Situations Among Urban Young Adults, Jr. of Psychoactive drugs, in press for fall.

Liao, S.S., Weeks, M.R., Wang, Y., Nie, L., Li, F., Zhou, Y., Zeng, X., Jiang, J., He, B., Li, J., Dunn, J. & Zhang, Q. (2011) Inclusion of the female condom in a male condom-only intervention in the sex industry in China: A cross-sectional analysis of pre- and post-intervention surveys in three study sites. Public Health. 125: 283-292. PMID: 3112295

Liao, S., Weeks, M.R., Wang, Y., Li, F., Jiang, J., Li, J., Zeng, X., He, B., & Dunn, J. (2011) Female Condom Use in the Rural Sex Industry in China: Analysis of Users and Non-users at Post-Intervention Surveys. AIDS Care, 23(S1): 66-74.

Obidoa, C.; Reeves, D.; Warren, N.; Reisine, S.; Cherniak, M. (2011). Depression and Work Family Conflict Among Corrections Officers. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Health, In press.

Radda, K. E., & Schensul, J. J. (2011). Building Living Alliances: Community Engagement and community-based partnerships to address the health of community elders. Annals of Anthropological Practice, 32(2), 154-173.

Singer, E. & Schensul, J.J. 2011. Negotiating Ecstasy Risk, Reward and Control: A qualitative analysis of drug management patterns among Ecstasy-using urban young adults. Substance Use and Misuse, Vol. 47, in press.

Schensul, J., Berg, M. & Nair, S.(2011). Using Ethnography in Participatory Community Assessment, Chapter in Methods for Conducting Community-Based Participatory Research for Health. Edited by Israel, B., Eng, J., Parker, E. Schultz, A. NY: Jossey Bass.

Schensul, J. (2011) – Qualitative Research: An Introduction to Methods and Designs. Chapter 4, Methodology, Methods, and Tools in Qualitative Research, p 69. – Lapan, Stephen; Quartaroli, MaryLynn; Riemer, Frances.

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Cromley, E., Schensul, J., Singh, S., Berg, M., & Coman, E. (2010). Spatial Dimensions of Research on Alcohol and Sexual Risk: A Case Example from a Mumbai Study. AIDS and Behavior, 14(S1), S104-S112.

Choudhury, S.M. (2010) “‘As prostitutes, we control our bodies’: Perceptions of health and body in the lives of establishment-based female sex workers in Tijuana, Mexico.” Culture, Health, and Sexuality 12(6), pp. 677-689

Convey, M., Dickson-Gomez, J., Weeks, M.R., & Li, J. (2010). Altruism and Peer-led HIV Prevention Targeting Heroin and Cocaine Users. Qualitative Health Research,20(11) 1546-1557.

Kostick KM, Schensul SL, Jadhav K, Singh R, Bavadekar A, Saggurti N. (2010). Treatment seeking, vaginal discharge and psychosocial distress among women in urban Mumbai. Culture, Medicine & Psychiatry, 34(3):529-47.

Kostick K, Schensul, S, Sayed TK, Abdelwahed MB (2010) “Religiosity, and emotional health among Mulsim Women in urban poor India.” In L’Islam en anthropologie de la santé mentale: Théorie, ethnographie et clinique d’un regard alternatif. Münster-Hamburg-London-Wien-London. Lit Verlag : Études d’anthropologie sociale, pp175-200.

Kostick K, Whitley R and Bush P (2010) “Client-Centeredness in Supported Employment: Specialist and Supervisor Perspectives.” Journal of Mental Health. 19(6):523-31

Mosack, K.E., Randolph-Frye, M., Dickson-Gomez, J., Abbott, M., Smith, E., Weeks, M.R(2010). Sexual risk taking among high-risk urban women with and without histories of childhood sexual abuse: mediating effects of contextual factors. Journal of Child Sexual Abuse. 19:43-61.

Obidoa, C. A. (2010). HIV/AIDS among young people in Nigeria: The role of counselors in reversing the epidemic. In M. A. Obidoa & I.C.S. Ifelunni (Ed.), Counseling youths in contemporary Nigeria. (pp.78-110). Nsukka: Chuka Educational Publishers.

Obidoa, C. A., Reisine, S. T., & Chernicak, M. (2010). How does the SF-36 perform in healthy populations? A structured review of longitudinal studies. Journal of Social and Behavioral Health Sciences, 4 (1), 1-18.

Schensul, J., Gupta, K., Singh, S.K., Bryant, K., Verma, R. (Eds). Current Issues in Alcohol Use and HIV Research and Prevention in India AIDS and Behavior, Vol. 14, S1, June, 2010.

Schensul, J. (2010). Engaged Universities, Community Based Research Organizations and Third Sector Science in a Global System, Human Organization, Vol. 69(4): 308 – 320.

Schensul, J. (2010). Building an Applied Educational Anthropology beyond the Academy. Levinson, B.A.U. and Pollock, M. (eds). A Blackwell Companion to the Anthropology of Education. Boston, MA: Wiley-Blackwell.

Whitley R, Kostick K, and P. Bush (2010). “The desirable attributes of supported employment specialists: an empirically-grounded framework.” Administration and Policy in Mental Health and Mental Health Services Research, March 2010.

Weeks, M.R., Hilario, H., Li, J., Coman, E., Abbott, M., Sylla, L., Corbett, M. & Dickson-Gomez, J. (2010.) Multi-level Social Influences on Female Condom Use and Adoption Among Urban United States Women. AIDS Patient Care and STDs, (in press).

Weeks, M.R., Liao, S.S., Li, F., Li, J., Dunn, J., He, B., He, Q., Feng, W., & Wang, Y. (2010). Challenges, strategies and lessons learned from a participatory community intervention study to promote female condoms among rural sex workers in southern China. AIDS Education and Prevention, 22 (3): 253-272.

Berg, M., Coman, E., & Schensul, J.J. (2009). Youth Action Research for Prevention: A multi-level intervention designed to increase efficacy and empowerment among urban youth. In: Schensul, J.J and Trickett, E., eds. Multi-Level Community Based Culturally Situated Interventions, Special Issue, American Journal of Community Psychology, 43 (3/4): 345-359.

Choudhury, S.M. (2009) “Where are the Voices: Moving beyond HIV in the lives of female sex workers.” Center for the Study of Women Newsletter 6/09,pp. 12-14

Convey, M., Dickson-Gomez, J., Weeks, M.R., & Li, J. (2010). Altruism and Peer-led HIV Prevention Targeting Heroin and Cocaine Users. Qualitative Health Research,20(11) 1546-1557.

Corbett, M., Dickson-Gomez, J., Hilario, H., and Weeks, M.R. (2009). A Little Thing Called Love: Condom Use in High-Risk Primary Heterosexual Couples. Perspectives on Sexual and Reproductive Health, 41 (4):218-224.

Diamond, S., Schensul, J.J., Snyder, L., Bermudez, A., D’Alessandro, N., & Morgan, D.S. (2009). Building Xperience: A Multilevel Drug Prevention Intervention for Urban Youth. In: Schensul, J.J and Trickett, E., eds. Multi-Level Community Based Culturally Situated Interventions, Special Issue, American Journal of Community Psychology, 43 (3/4): 292-312.

Dickson-Gómez, J., Convey, M., Hilario, H., Weeks, M.R., & Corbett, M. (2009). Hustling and Housing: Drug Users’ Strategies to Obtain Shelter and Income in Hartford, Connecticut. Human Organization, 68(3): 269-279.

Dickson-Gomez, J., Hilario, H., Convey, M., Corbett, M., Weeks, M.R., & Martinez, M. (2009). The Relationship between Housing Status and HIV Risk among Active Drug Users: A Qualitative Analysis. Substance Use and Misuse, 44: 139-162.

Dickson-Gomez, J., Cromley, E., Convey, M. and Hilario, H. (2009). How much choice is there in housing choice vouchers? Neighborhood risk and free market rental housing accessibility for active drug users in Hartford, Connecticut. Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention, and Policy. 4(5).

Dickson-Gomez, J., Convey, M., Hilario, H., Weeks, M.R. and Corbett A.M. (2009). Hustling and Housing: Drug Users’ Strategies to Obtain Shelter and Income in Hartford, Connecticut. Human Organization. 68(3).

Diefenbach, G.J., Disch, W.B., Robison, J. T., Baez, E., & Coman, E. (2009). Anxious depression among Puerto Rican and African-American older adults. Aging and Mental Health, 13(1), 118 – 126

Hawe, P. (2009). Theorising Interventions as Events in Systems. In: Schensul, J.J and Trickett, E., eds. Multi-Level Community Based Culturally Situated Interventions, Special Issue, American Journal of Community Psychology, 43 (3/4): 267-276.

Nastasi, B. & Hitchcock, J. (2009). Challenges of Evaluating Multilevel Interventions. In: Schensul, J.J and Trickett, E., eds. Multi-Level Community Based Culturally Situated Interventions, Special Issue, American Journal of Community Psychology,43 (3/4): 360-376.

Nyamathi, A., Khurana, A., Singh, V.P., Shrikanth, N., Taneja, D., Choudhury, S.M., Fahey, J.L. Nayak, C. (2010) “Delivery of a model HIV prevention and health promotion train-the-trainer program in India by homoeopathy and ayurveda practitioners and Educators” World Medical & Health Policy 2(3)

Robison, J., Schensul, J., Coman, E., Diefenbach, G., Radda, K., Gaztambide, S., et al. (2009). Mental health in senior housing: Racial/ethnic patterns and correlates of major depressive disorder. Aging & Mental Health, 13(5), 659-673

Schensul, J.J., Radda, K., Coman, E., & Vazquez, E. (2009). Multi-Level Intervention to Prevent Influenza Infection in Older Minority Adults. In: Schensul, J.J and Trickett, E., eds. Multi-Level Community Based Culturally Situated Interventions, Special Issue, American Journal of Community Psychology, 43 (3/4): 313-329.

Schensul, J.J. & Trickett, E. (2009). Introduction to Multi-Level Community Based Culturally Situated Interventions. In: Schensul, J.J and Trickett, E., eds. Multi-Level Community Based Culturally Situated Interventions, Special Issue, American Journal of Community Psychology, 43 (3/4): 232-240.

Schensul, J.J. (2009). Community, Culture and Sustainability in Multilevel Dynamic Systems Intervention Science. In: Schensul, J.J and Trickett, E., eds. Multi-Level Community Based Culturally Situated Interventions, Special Issue, American Journal of Community Psychology, 43 (3/4): 241-256 .

Schensul, S.L., Saggurti, N., Singh, R., Verma, R., Nastasi, B., & Guha, P. (2009). Multilevel Perspectives on Community Intervention: An Example from an Indo-US HIV Prevention Project in Mumbai, India. In: Schensul, J.J and Trickett, E., eds. Multi-Level Community Based Culturally Situated Interventions, Special Issue, American Journal of Community Psychology, 43 (3/4): 277-291.

Trickett, E. (2009). Multilevel Community-Based Culturally Situated Interventions and Community Impact: An Ecological Perspective. In: Schensul, J.J and Trickett, E., eds. Multi-Level Community Based Culturally Situated Interventions, Special Issue, American Journal of Community Psychology, 43 (3/4): 257-266.

Trickett, E. & Schensul, J.J. (2009). Summary Comments: Multi-Level Community Based Culturally Situated Interventions. In: Schensul, J.J and Trickett, E., eds. Multi-Level Community Based Culturally Situated Interventions, Special Issue, American Journal of Community Psychology, 43 (3/4): 377-381.

Weeks, M.R., Convey, M., Dickson-Gomez, J., Li, J., Radda, K., Martinez, M. & Robles, R. (2009). Changing drug users’ risk environments: Peer Health Advocates as multi-level community change agents. In: Schensul, J.J and Trickett, E., eds. Multi-Level Community Based Culturally Situated Interventions, Special Issue, American Journal of Community Psychology, 43 (3/4): 330-344.

Weeks, M.R., Li, J.H., Dickson-Gomez, J., Convey, M., Martinez, M., Radda, K., & Clair, S. (2009). Outcomes of a Peer HIV Prevention Program with Injection Drug and Crack Users: The Risk Avoidance Partnership. Substance Use and Misuse, 44: 253-281.

Weeks, M. R., DeCarlo, P. (2009). What are the HIV Prevention Needs of Crack Cocaine Users? (18 pars.) CAPS Fact Sheet, University of California, San Francisco (online serial), 66. Available: http://www.caps.ucsf.edu/pubs/FS/crackcocaine.php (December 21, 2009).

Whitley R, Kostick K, and P. Bush (2009). “Supported employment strategies to assist clients with severe mental illness and criminal justice issues.” Psychiatric Services, 60(12): 1637-41.

Berg, M. (2008). Experiential Knowledge. The Sage Encyclopedia of Qualitative Research Methods. SAGE Publications.

Dickson-Gomez, J., Convey, M., Hilario, H., Corbett, A.M. and Weeks, M. (Forthcoming) Structural and personal factors related to access to housing and housing stability among urban drug users in Hartford, Connecticut. Contemporary Drug Problems.

Schensul, J., Berg, M., & Williamson, K. (2008). Challenging Hegemonies: Advancing Collaboration in Community-Based Participatory Action Research. Collaborative Anthropologies, 1: 102-137.

Wang, Y., Liao, S. S., Weeks, M. R., Jiang, J. M., Abbott, M., Zhou, Y. J., et al. (2008). Acceptability of hypothetical microbicides among women in sex establishments in rural areas in Southern China. Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 35(1), 102-110.

Dickson-Gomez, J., Bodnar, G., Guevara, A., Rodriguez, K., & Gaborit, M. (2007). Crack use sites and HIV risk in El Salvador. Journal of Drug Issues, 37(2), 445-474.

Dickson-Gomez, J., Convey, M., Hilario, H., Corbett, A. M., & Weeks, M. (2007). Unofficial policy: access to housing, housing information and social services among homeless drug users in Hartford, Connecticut. Substance Abuse Treatment, Prevention, and Policy, 2, 8. Full text available online:
http://www.pubmedcentral.nih.gov/picrender.fcgi?artid=1828723&blobtype=pdf

The Institute for Community Research (2007). Case Studies in Community-Based Collaborative Research: Submissions from Crossroads I Conference: Critical Issues in Community-Based Research Partnerships. Hartford, CT. [pdf file]

Weeks, M.R., Liao, S.S., Abbott, M., He, B., Zhou, Y.J., Jiang, J.M., Liu, W., and Wang, Y. (2007). Opportunities for woman-initiated HIV prevention methods among female sex workers in Southern China. Journal of Sex Research, 44(2): 190-201.
http://www.leaonline.com/doi/pdf/10.1080/00224490701263843?cookieSet=1

Dickson-Gomez, J., Bodnar, G., Guavera, A., Rodriguez, K., & Gaborit, M. (2006). El remolque y el vacil: HIV risk among street gangs in El Salvador. Journal of Gang Research, 13(2), 1-26.

Dickson-Gomez, J., Weeks, M., Martinez, M., & Convey, M. (2006). Times and places: Process evaluation of a peer-led HIV prevention intervention. Substance Use & Misuse, 41(5), 669-690.

Torres, M., & Weeks, M. R. (2006). Sexual health protection, culture and community: Contributions of anthropology to community health education approaches: An introduction. International Quarterly of Community Health Education, 25(1-2), 165-168

Schensul, J. J., Robison, J., Reyes, C., Radda, K., Gaztambide, S., & Disch, W. (2006). Building Interdisciplinary/Intersectoral Research Partnerships for Community-Based Mental Health Research with Older Minority Adults. American Journal of Community Psychology, 38(1-2), 79-93.

Schensul, J. (2006). Life at the Crossroads. NAPA Bulletin: Making History At The Frontier: Women Creating Careers As Practicing Anthropologists, 26, 163-190.

Weeks, M.R., Dickson-Gomez, J., Mosack, K.E., Convey, M., Martinez, M., and Clair, S. (2006). The Risk Avoidance Partnership: Training active drug users as Peer Health Advocates. Journal of Drug Issues, 36(3): 541-570.

Diamond, S., Bermudez, R., & Schensul, J. J. (2006). What’s The Rap About Ecstasy?: Popular Music Lyrics and Drug Trends Among American Youth. Journal of Adolescent Research, 21(3), 269-298.

Mosack, K. E., Weeks, M. R., Sylla, L. N., & Abbott, M. (2005). High-Risk Women’s Willingness to Try a Simulated Vaginal Microbicide: Results from a Pilot Study. Women & Health, 42(2), 71-88.

Mosack, K. E., Abbott, M., Singer, M., Weeks, M. R., & Rohena, L. (2005). If I didn’t have HIV, I’d be dead now: Illness narratives of drug users living with HIV/AIDS. Qualitative Health Research, 15(5), 586-605.

Obidoa, M.A & Obidoa, C.A. (2005). Applying folk media in knowledge dissemination for HIV/AIDS prevention. In D.N., Ezeh & N., Onyegebgu (Ed.), Knowledge generation and dissemination: Issues and challenges in Nigerian universities. (pp.77-87). Pearls & Gold: Enugu.

Romero-Daza, N., Weeks, M.R. and Singer, M. (2005). Conceptualizing the impact of indirect violence on HIV risk among women involved in street level prostitution. Aggression and Violent Behavior, 10(2): 153-170.

Schensul, J. (2005). Strengthening Communities through Research Partnerships for Social Change: Perspectives from the Institute for Community Research. In S. Hyland (Ed.), Community Building in the Twenty-First Century (1st ed., pp. 191-218). Santa Fe, NM: School of American Research.

Schensul, J. J. (2005). Sustainability in HIV Prevention Research. In E. Trickett & W. Pequenot (Eds.), Community Interventions and AIDS: Targeting the Community Context (pp. 176-195). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Schensul, J. J., & Burkholder, G. J. (2005). Vulnerability, social networks, sites, and selling as predictors of drug use among urban African American and Puerto Rican emerging adults. Journal of Drug Issues, 35(2), 379-407.

Schensul, J. J., Convey, M., & Burkholder, G. J. (2005). Challenges in measuring concurrency, agency and intentionality in polydrug research. Addictive Behaviors, 30(3), 571-574.

Schensul, J. J., Diamond, S., Disch, W., Pino, R., & Bermudez, R. (2005). The Diffusion of Ecstasy through Urban Youth Networks. Journal of Ethnicity in Substance Abuse, 4(2), 39-71.

Singer, M., Clair, S., Schensul, J., Huebner, C., Eiserman, J., Pino, R., et al. (2005). Dust in the Wind: The Growing Use of Embalming Fluid Among Youth in Hartford, CT. Substance Use & Misuse, 40(8), 1035-1050.

Singer, M., & Weeks, M. R. (2005). The Hartford Model of AIDS Practice/Research Collaboration. In W. Pequegnat & E. Trickett (Eds.), Community Interventions and AIDS: Targeting the Community Context (pp. 153-175). Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Berg, M. J., & Schensul, J. J., (Guest Editors). Practicing Anthropology. Special Issue: Approaches to Conducting Action Research with Youth. 26(2).

Berg, M., & Schensul, J.J. (2004). Introduction: Research with youth. Practicing Anthropology, 26(2), 2-4.

Berg, M. (2004). Improving teaching and learning through student participatory action research. Practicing Anthropology, 26(2), 20-24.

Brase, M., Pacheco, V., & Berg, M. (2004). Diffusing ICR’s Youth Participatory Action Research Model. Practicing Anthropology, 26(2), 15-19.

Dickson-Gomez, J., Weeks, M., Martinez, M., & Radda, K. (2004). Reciprocity and Exploitation: Social dynamics in private drug use sites. Journal of Drug Issues, 3(4), 913-932.

Nastasi, B. K. (2004). Mental health program evaluation: A multi-component, multi-perspective mixed-method approach. In K. E. Robinson (Ed.), Advances in school-based mental health: Best practices and program models. Kingston, NJ: Civic Research Institute.

Morgan, D., Pacheco, V., Rodriguez, C., Vazquez, E., Berg, M.J. & Schensul, J.J. (2004). Youth Participatory Action Research on Hustling and Its Consequences: A Report from the Field. Children, Youth and Environments, 14(2):201-228.
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Nastasi, B. K., Schensul, J. J., Balkcom, C. T., & Cintrón-Moscoso, F. (2004). Integrating research and practice to facilitate implementation across multiple contexts: Illustration from an urban middle school drug and sexual risk prevention program. In K. E. Robinson (Ed.), Advances in school-based mental health: Best practices and program models. Kingston, NJ: Civic Research Institute.

Pass, S., & Vazquez, E. (2004). Contributions and challenges of observational research in evaluating PAR. Practicing Anthropology, 26(2).

Schensul, J., Berg, M., Schensul, D., & Sydkim, S. (2004). Core elements of participatory action research for educational empowerment and risk prevention with urban youth. Practicing Anthropology, 26(2), 5-8.

Schensul, J. J., & Berg, M. (2004). Youth Participatory Action Research: A transformative approach to service learning. Michigan Journal of Community Service Learning. (Special Issue: Service-Learning and Anthropology), 10(3), 76-88.

Verma, R., Pelto, P. J., Joshi, A., & Schensul, S. L. (Eds.). (2004). Sexuality in the Time of AIDS. New Delhi: Sage.

Ward, E. G., Disch, W. B., Levy, J. A., & Schensul, J. J. (2004). Perception of HIV/AIDS Risk Among Urban, Low-Income Senior-Housing Residents. AIDS Education & Prevention, 16(6), 571-588.

Weeks, M. R., Mosack, K. E., Abbott, M., Sylla, L. N., Valdes, B., & Prince, M. (2004). Microbicide acceptability among high-risk urban U.S. women: Experiences and perceptions of sexually transmitted HIV prevention. Sexually Transmitted Diseases, 31(11), 682-690.

Berg, M. J., Owens, D. C., & Schensul, J. J. (2003). Participatory Action Research, Service-Learning, and Community Youth Development. CYD Journal: Community Youth Development, 3(2), 20-25.

Chopyak, J., Rahi, K., & Sher, B. (2003). Community-based participatory research: Implications for science and technology decision-making in the United States. In Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems: EOLSS Publishers, Ltd.

Chopyak, J., & Levesque, P. N. (2003). Community-Based Research and Changes in the Research Landscape. Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society, 22(3), 203-209.

Clair, S., Schensul, J. J., Raju, M., Stanek, E., & Pino, R. (2003). Will You Remember Me In The Morning? Test-Retest Reliability of a Social Network Analysis Examining HIV-Related Risky Behavior in Urban Adolescents and Young Adults. Connections, 25(2), 88-97.

Clair, S., Singer, M., Huertas, E., & Weeks, M. (2003). Unintended consequences of using an oral HIV test on HIV knowledge. AIDS Care, 15(4), 575-580.

Dickson-Gomez, J. (2003). Growing up in guerrilla camps: The long-term impact of being a child soldier in El Salvador’s civil war. Ethos, 30(4), 327-356.

Dickson-Gomez, J. (2003). The sound of barking dogs: Violence and terror among Salvadoran families in the post-war. Medical Anthropology Quarterly, 16(4), 415-438.

Dickson-Gomez, J. (2003). Hoppers and oldheads: Qualitative evaluation of a volunteer AIDS outreach intervention. AIDS Behavior, 7(3), 303-315.

Dickson-Gomez, J. (2003). Structural factors related to drugs and violence in El Salvador: An anthropological perspective. In U. N. D. Program (Ed.). San Salvador, El Salvador.

Dickson-Gomez, J. (2003). “One who doesn’t know war, doesn’t know anything”: the problem of comprehending suffering in post-war El Salvador. Anthropology and Humanism, 29(2), 145-158.

Dickson-Gomez, J., Knowlton, A., & Latkin, C. (2003). Values and Identity: The meaning of work for injection drug users involved in volunteer HIV prevention outreach. Substance Use & Misuse, 39(8), 1259-1286.

Eiserman, J., Singer, M., Schensul, J., & Broomhall, L. (2003). Methodological Challenges in Club Drug Research. Practicing Anthropology, 25(3), 19-22.

Liao, S. S., Schensul, J., & Wolffers, I. (2003). Sex-related health risks and implications for interventions with hospitality women in Hainan, China. AIDS Education & Prevention, 15(2), 109-121.

Nastasi, B. K. (2003). Commentary: Challenges of forging partnerships to advance mental health science and practice. School Psychology Review, 32(1), 48-52.

Radda, K. E., Schensul, J. J., Disch, W. B., Ward, E., Levy, J. A., & Reyes, C. Y. (2003). Assessing Human Immunodeficiency Virus (HIV) Risk among Older Urban Adults. Family Community Health, 26(3), 203-213.

Romero-Daza, N., Weeks, M., & Singer, M. (2003). “Nobody gives a damn if I live or die”: Violence, drugs, and street-level prostitution in inner-city Hartford, Connecticut. Medical Anthropology, 22(3), 233-259.

Schensul, J., Verma, R. K., Pelto, P. J., & Joshi, A. (2003). Multi-Method Approaches to Research on Sexuality in the Time of AIDS. In R. Verma, P. J. Pelto, A. Joshi & S. L. Schensul (Eds.), Sexuality in the Time of AIDS. New Delhi: Sage. Delhi: Sage.

Schensul, J. J. (2003). Democratizing Science Through Social Science Research Partnerships. Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society, 22(3), 190-202.

Schensul, J. J. (2003). Community Capacity Building Through Research Partnerships Bibliography [Download pdf file]

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