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Scholarship Related to Socio-economic Issues

Battle-Walters, K. (2004). Sheila’s Shop: The Experiences and Realities of Working Class African-American Women Lanham, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield.

Battle-Walters, K. (March 27, 2003). “Bringing Color to the International Intellectual Table.” Black Issues in Higher Education, vol. 20, n3, 74.

Battle-Walters, K. (1997). “Aid to Families with Dependent Children.” The African American Encyclopedia Supplement. New York: Marshall Cavendish Corporation.

Battle-Walters, K. (1997). “Welfare Reform.” The African-American Encyclopedia Supplement. New York: Marshall Cavendish Corporation.

Battle-Walters, K. (1997). “Head Start.” The African-American Encyclopedia Supplement. New York: Marshall Cavendish Corporation.

Battle-Walters, K. (1997). “National Coalition of 100 Black Women/men.” The African Encyclopedia Supplement. New York: Marshall Cavendish Corporation.

Battle-Walters, K. (1997). “This Child’s Gonna Live” (book review). The African Encyclopedia Supplement. New York: Marshall Cavendish Corporation.

Cheung, S. (2009). Asian American Immigrant Mental Health: Current Status and Future Directions. Diversity in Mind and in Action, 1, 87-104. New York, NY: Praeger Press.

Chiang, L.H. and Hadadian, A. (2007). Chinese and Chinese-American Families of Children with Disabilities. International Journal of Special Education, 22 (2), 19-23.

Denu, K.B.W. (2008). For Better or Worse... Is Marriage a Good Thing? Christian Women Give Advice to Singles Before They Say, "I Do?". Doing Good, Departing from Evil: Research Findings in the Twenty-First Century, 71-88.

Elliott, Susan. (2005 in publication). “Crossing Borders: Family Nursing Care in Global Arenas.” In S. Hansen Family Health Care Nursing 3rd Ed. Philadelphia: F. A. Davis.

Eaton, Mark. “Dis(re)membered Bodies: Cormac McCarthy's Border Fiction.” Modern Fiction Studies 49.1 (Spring 2003): 155-80. Special issue “Fictions of the (Trans)American Imaginary,” eds. Paula Moya and Ramon Saldivar.

Eaton, Mark. “Moving Pictures and Spectacular Criminality in an American Tragedy and Native Son.” Prospects: An Annual of American Cultural Studies, ed. Jack Salzman, Volume 27 (Fall 2002): 399-426.

Flores, P. (2007). It Opened My Eyes: How Service-Learning Impacts Preservice Teachers' Beliefs and Attitudes About Culturally Diverse Students. Dissertation, Claremont Graduate University.

Helm, R. and Hunt, L. (2009). The Call for Higher Education to Develop Diversity Competencies with the Goal of Preparing Business Students for the Global Marketplace. Enterprise Risk Management Journal, 2 (1), 35-46.

Hertig. Paul. “The Magical Mystery Tour: Philip Enconters Magic and Materialism in Samaria,” in Mission in Acts: Ancient Narratives in Contemporary Context (Maryknoll, New York: Orbis, 2004), 103-113.

Hertig, Young Lee. “The Immigrant Church and the Naked Public Square,” In America of Our Hearts, Fumitaka Mazuoka, and Eleazar Fernandez, eds., Chalice Press, 2003.

Hertig, Young Lee. “Immigrant Family,” Baker Dictionary of Christian Education, 2001, Baker Book House, pp. 355-56.

Hertig, Young Lee. “Multicultural Implications of the California Civil Rights Initiative (Proposition 209),” in Journal of Theology, Summer 1999, 69-81.

Hertig, Young Lee. “Asian-American Women in the Workplace and the Church,” In People on the Way: Asian North Americans Discovering Christ, Culture, and Community. David Ng, ed. Judson Press: Valley Forge, 1996.

Hertig, Young Lee. “On Liberating Theology from Sexual, Racial Bias,” Los Angeles Times, Voices: A Forum for Community Issues, Monday September 12, 1994, B4.

Hertig, Young Lee. “Coping as a Minority Female Leader,” Theology, News and Notes, Pasadena: Fuller Theological Seminary, December 1993.

Hertig, Young Lee. “Asian Immigrants in American Cities,” co-authored with Paul G. Hiebert in Urban Mission, March 1993.

Hertig, Young Lee. “The Melting Pot Myth: A Korean Christian Perspective,” Theology News and Notes, Pasadena: Fuller Theological Seminary: June 1992.

Lundberg, C. A. and Schreiner, L. A. (2004). “Quality and Frequency of Faculty-student Interaction as Predictors of Learning: An Analysis by Student Race/Ethnicity.” Journal of College Student Development.45(5), 549-565.

Lundberg, C. A. (2003). “Nontraditional college students and the role of collaborative learning as a tool for science mastery.” School Science and Mathematics, 103:1. 8- 17.

Lundberg, C. A., Amo, R., Hamilton, K. and Santiago, C. (2005). Fostering Faculty - Student Interaction for Students of Color: Findings from Research and Practice. Research paper presented at the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators National Conference, Tampa, Florida.

Lundberg, C. A. (2003, November). Quality and Frequency of Faculty-student Interaction as Predictors of Learning: An Analysis by Student Race/Ethnicity. Research paper presented at the Association for the Study of Higher Education National Conference, Portland, Oregon.

Lundberg, C. A., Helsel, K. K., Larde, P. A., and Murphy, M. M. (2003, April). “First Generation Students: Succeeding in 10,000 Different Ways.” Paper presented at the American College Personnel Association National Conference. Minneapolis, Minnesota.

M'Bayo, R.T.; Musa, B.A.; and Onwumechili, C. (2009). Communication in an Era of Global Conflicts: Principles and Strategies for 21st Century Africa. Lanham, MD: University Press of America.

Metzger, A.; Smetana, J.G.; and Yau, J. (2009). Young Chinese Children's Authority Concepts. Social Development, 18, 210-29.

Park, H. (2008). The Impact of Technology Use on Hispanic Students' Mathematics Achievement Within Family and School Contexts: Subgroup Analysis between English- and Non-English-Speaking Students. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 38 (4), 553-68.

Reimer, K. (2009). Road to Guadalupe: Hope and Moral Identity in L'Arche Communities for the Developmentally Disabled. Christian Scholar's Review, 38 , 335-50.

Seccombe, K., Battle-Walters, K., and James, D. (1999). “Welfare Mothers Welcome Reform, Urge Compassion.” Family Relations, 48, 197-206 (refereed).

Seccombe, K., James, D., and Battle-Walters, K. (1998). “They Think You Ain’t Much of Nothing: The Social Construction of the Welfare Mother.” Journal of Marriage and the Family, 60, 849-865 (refereed).