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Albert, N.; Armola, R.; Carlson, B.; Evangelista, L.S.; Moser, D.K.; Pressler, S.B.; Rayens, M.A.; Riegel, B.; Sethares, K.; Shively, M.; Westlake, C. (2007). Ethnic Differences in Quality of Life in Person with Heart Failure. Journal of Cardiac Failure. 14(1):41-47.
Battle-Walters, K. (2004). Sheila’s Shop: The Experiences and Realities of Working Class African American Women Lanham, Maryland: Rowman & Littlefield.
Battle-Walters, K. (2004). “Experiencing South Africa as an African American Woman: Moving from the Strengths Perspective to Racial and Gender Victorization.” Social Work & Christianity, 31, n2 190-194 (refereed).
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). “Transracial adoption.” 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. 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.
Brown, Kneeland C. (10/22/06). Back To School: The Black Church's Reaction to Educational Crisis. ACC News.
Brown, Kneeland C. (10/15/06). Back To School: The Black Church's Reaction to Educational Crisis. ACC News.
Brown, Kneeland C. (10/8/06). Back To School: The Black Church's Reaction to Educational Crisis. ACC News.
Bustrum, J.M.; Gunn, T.; Housekamp, B.M.; McDonald, L.; Mok, D.; Tavegia, B.D.; Welsh, R. (2009). Relationship Between Sensory Deficits and Externalizing Behaviors in an Urban Latino Preschool Population. Journal of Child and Family Studies. 18 (6), 653-61.
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.
Cole, J.M. and Serpell, Z.N. (2008). Move to Learn: Enhancing Story Recall Among Urban African American Children. Journal of Urban Learning, Teaching, and Research, 4, 73-85.
Eaton, Mark. “The Cultural Capital of Imaginary Versus Pedagogical Canons,” Pedagogy 1.2 (Spring 2001): 71-81.
Gin, D.H. (2009). Asian American Ethnic/Racial Identity Development. Asian American Christianity: A Reader (177-95). Castro Valley, CA: Institute for the Study of Asian American Christianity (ISAAC) and Pacific Asian American and Canadian Christian Education (PAACCE).
Hertig, Paul. Matthew’s Narrative Use of Galilee in the Multicultural and Missiological Journeys of Jesus (Mellen Biblical Press, 1998).
Hertig, Paul. “Dynamics in Hellenism and the Immigrant Congregation,” in Mission in Acts: Ancient Narratives in Contemporary Context (Maryknoll, New York: Orbis, 2004), 73-86.
Hertig, Paul. “The Multi-ethnic Journeys of Jesus in Matthew: Margin-Center Dynamics,” Missiology: An International Review, vol. 26 (January 1998), 23-35.
Hertig, Young Lee. Cultural Tug of War: The Korean Immigrant Family and Church in Transition, Abingdon Press, November 2001.
Hertig, Young Lee. “Cross-cultural Mediation: From Exclusion to Inclusion,” In Mission In Acts: Ancient Narratives for a Postmodern Context. Robert Gallagher and Paul Hertig, eds., Maryknoll, New York: Orbis, 2004, pp. 59-72.
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. “Without a Face: The Nineteenth-Century Bible Woman and Twentieth-Century Female Jeondosa.” In Gospel Bearers, Gender Barriers: Missionary Women in the Twentieth Century, ed. Dana L. Robert, Maryknoll, New York: Orbis Books, 2002, pp. 185-199.
Hertig, Young Lee. “Ethnic Implications for Christian Education,” Baker Dictionary of Christian Education, 2001, Baker Book House, pp. 260-61.
Hertig, Young Lee. “Ethnicity and Small Groups,” Baker Dictionary
of Christian Education, 2001, Baker Book House, p. 261.
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. “The Asian-American Alternative to Feminism: A Yinist Paradigm,” Missiology: An International Review, Vol.XXVI, No. 1, January 1998, 15-22.
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. “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., and Farmer, B. (2005, March) Straddling Two Cultures: Perspectives from Asian Indian American Students. Research paper presented at the National Association of Student Personnel Administrators National Conference, Tampa, Florida.
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.
Metzger, Alan; Smetana, Judith G.; Yau, J. (2009). Young Chinese Children's Authority Concepts. Social Development, 18, 210-29.
Oropeza, B. J. “Racism,” July, 2002. [Online] http://victoryoutreach.org//wp-content/uploads/2013/03/victory-outreach-beliefs-document.pdf
Park, H. (2008). The Impact of Technology Use on Hispanic Students' Mathematics Achievement Within Family and School Contexts: A Subgroup Analysis Between English- and Non-English-Speaking Students. Journal of Educational Computing Research, 38(4), 553-568.
Park, H. and Quinn, C.J. (May 2007). Impact of Native Language Use on Academic Achievement Within the Context of Family and School Factors. Research in the Schools, 12(2), 18-26.
Robinson-Neal, A. (2009, June). Book review of J. E. Garcia & K. J. Hoelscher Managing Diversity Flashpoints in Higher Education. International Journal of Multicultural Education, 11(1).
Sanchez Walsh, A.M. (2010). Jesus in the Hispanic Community: Pentacostalism. Jesus in the Hispanic Community: Christology from the Margins. Louisville, KY: Westminster John Knox Press.
Shore, Susan and Steinbroner, A. E. “Curricular Initiative Toward the Development of Cultural Sensitivity: A Practical Model.” Platform presentation at Combined Sections Meeting APTA, Feb 2004.
Tolbert, L. and Brownlee, M. (2008). The African American Church and its Role in Nurturing the Spiritual Development of Children. Nurturing Children's Spirituality: Christian Perspectives and Best Practices, (320-38). Eugene, OR:Cascade Books.
Walsh, A. Sanchez. (April 2008). A History of Separantion, Sojourners, 37 (4), 16-18, 20-21.
Waters, Kenneth. Afrocentric Sermons: The Beauty of Blackness in the Bible. Valley Forge: Judson Press, 1993.
Waters, Kenneth. “The Myth of Reverse Racism (Or Can Black People Be Racists Too?).” The Journal of the Interdenominational Theological Center 19 (Fall 1991/Spring 1992): 130-150.
Waters, Kenneth. “Liturgy, Spirituality, and Polemic in the Hymnody of Richard Allen.” The North Star: A Journal of African American Religious History 2/2 (Spring 1999). On-line. Reprinted in The A.M.E. Church Review 119/389(January-March 2003): 25-37.
Winslow, Karen. (Spring, 2005). “Ethnicity, Exogamy, and Zipporah,” Women in Judaism: Multidisciplinary Journal (University of Toronto)
Wong, Mary Shepard. (2003). The TESOL Quarterly Dialogues: Rethinking Issues of Langue, Culture, and Power. Dialogues Around “Japanese Culture Constructed By Discourses: Implications for Applied Linguistics.” TESOL, Inc.
Wong, Mary Shepard. (2001). “Taking the Plunge: Cross-cultural Immersion.” APU Life. Fall.
Wong, Mary Shepard. (2000). The Influence of Gender and Culture on the Pedagogy of Five Western English Teachers in China. Unpublished doctoral dissertation, University of Southern California, Los Angeles, California.
Wong, Mary Shepard. (2000). “Gender Inequality in Education in China: “Half the sky” or half a chance?” Education and Society, 18 (1), 67-84.
Yoon, C., (2009). The role of Korean churches in helping second generation Koreans find an identity. The Journal of Immigrant Theology, 1, 390-399