Publications

In Press

Baker, T.A., Buchanan, N.T., Mingo, C.A., Roker, R., & Brown, C.S. (In Press). Re-conceptualizing successful aging among Black women and the relevance of the Strong Black Woman Archetype. Gerontologist.

Brown, Marni, Dawn M. Baunach, and Elisabeth O. Burgess. (In Press). Sexual Disclosure among College Students in the American Deep South: Toward a "Sexuality as Structure" Approach.

Burgess, E. O., Bender, A. A., Barmon, C., & J. R. Moorhead, Jr.. (In Press).  “There’s No Nice Men Here”: The Gendered Context of Repartnership in Assisted Living. Journal of Women and Aging.

Marshall, JG, Morgan JC, Klem ML, Thompson CA, and Wells AL. (In Press). “The Value of Library and Information Services in Nursing and Patient Care”. Online Journal of Issues in Nursing: A Scholarly Journal of the American Nurses Association.

Mingo, C.A., Smith, M.L., Ahn, A., Jiang, L., Cho, J., Towne, S.D., & Ory, M. G. (In Press). Chronic Disease Self-Management Education (CDSME) program delivery and attendance among urban-dwelling African Americans. Frontiers in Public Health.

Wyatt, B., Mingo, C.A., Waterman, M., White, P., & Callahan, L.F. (In Press). African Americans and the Arthritis Foundation’s Walk with Ease Study. Preventing Chronic Disease: Public Health Research, Practice, and Policy. 

2014

Ball, M. M., Kemp, C. L., Hollingsworth, C., & Perkins, M. M. (2014). “This is our last stop”: Negotiating end of life transitions in assisted living. Journal of Aging Studies, 30: 1-13. http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jaging.2014.02.002

Beck S, Moon TC, Laudicina RJ, Morgan JC.  Retaining experts: Retirement plans of clinical laboratory professionals. Clin Lab  Sci 2014;27(3):143-149.

Brown, C.S., Baker, T.A., Mingo, C.A., Harden, J.T., Whitfield, K., Aiken-Morgan, A., Phillips, K., & Washington, T.  (2014). A Review of our roots: Blacks in Gerontology. Gerontologist. 54, 108-116.

Burgess, E. O. & Baunach, D. M. (2014). Heterosexual allies? Understanding heterosexuals’ alliance with the gay community.  Sexuality & Culture. doi: 10.1007/s12119-014-9230-9

Laudicina RJ, Moon TC, Beck S, Morgan JC. Retaining experts: Retention incentives of clinical laboratory professionals. Clin Lab  Sci 2014;27(3):150-161.

Marshall, JG, Morgan JC, Thompson CA, and Wells AL. (2014) "The impact of library and information services on patient care quality" International Journal of Health Care Quality Assurance. 27(7).

Mingo, C.A., Martin, K.R., Shreffler, J., Schoster, B., Callahan, L.F. (2014). The independent and combined impact of homeownership, occupation, education, income and community poverty on mental health outcomes in individuals with arthritis.  Arthritis, 1-10.

Morgan, JC, Oermann MH, Pathman DE, Lynn MR, Konrad TR, Farrar BF, and Barmon C (2014) An Evaluation of State-Based Support for Service Programs Targeting Nurse Faculty. Nursing Education Perspectives In-Press. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.5480/14-1383

2013

D. M. Banauch & Elisabeth O. Burgess.  Sexual Identities in the South: Concordance and Discordance of Sexual Activity, Relationships and Identities Journal of Homosexuality. 60 (9), 1315-1335.  doi: 10.1080/00918369.2013.806179

deWitt, L.A., Campbell, L. D., Ploeg, J., Kemp, C. L., & Rosenthal, C. J. (2013). "You're saying something by giving things to them:" Communication and family inheritance. European Journal of Ageing, 10:181-189. doi: 10.1007/s10433-013-0262-z

Dill, JS, Morgan JC and Weiner, B. (2013) “Frontline health care workers and perceived career mobility: Do high performance work practices make a difference?" Health Care Management Review, first published ahead of print 8/13 as doi: 10.1097/HMR.0b013e31829fcbfd

Dill JS, Morgan JC & Marshall VM. (2013) Contingency, Employment Intentions, and Retention of Vulnerable Low-Wage Workers: An Examination of Nursing Assistants in Nursing Homes. The Gerontologist. 53 (2): 222-234.

Kelly, C, Morgan JC and Jason KJ (2013) “Home Care Workers: Interstate Differences in Training Requirements and Their Implications For Quality" Journal of Applied Gerontology. 32(7):804-832.

Kemp, C. L., Ball, M. M., & Perkins, M. M. (2013). Convoys of care: Theorizing intersections of formal and informal care. Journal of Aging Studies, 27: 15-29. doi: 10.1016/j.jaging2012.10.002 NIHMS:415156NIHMS:415156

Mingo, C.A., McIlvane, J.M., Luong, M., & Haley, W.E. (2013). Impact of race and diagnostic label on older adults’ emotions, illness beliefs, and willingness to help a family member with osteoarthritis.  Journal of Applied Gerontology. Advance online publication

Mingo, C.A., McIlvane, J.M., Jefferson, M., Edwards, L.J., & Haley, W.E. (2013). Preferences for arthritis interventions: Identifying similarities and differences among Blacks and Whites with osteoarthritis. Arthritis Care & Research, 65, 203-211.

Morgan JC, Dill JS and Kalleberg AL. (2013)  “The quality of healthcare jobs: can intrinsic rewards compensate for low extrinsic rewards?” Work, Employment & Society.27 (5): 802-822.

Pathman DE, Goldberg L, Konrad TR, Morgan JC. (2013) “State Repayment Programs for Health Care Education Loans.” JAMA. 2013;310(18):1982-1984.

Perkins, M. M., Ball, M. M., Kemp, C. L., & Hollingsworth, C. (2013). Social relations and residents’ health in assisted living: An application of the Convoy Model. The Gerontologist, 53: 495-507. doi: 10.1093/geront/gns124

Sandhu N. K., Kemp, C. L., Ball, M. M., Burgess, E. O., & Perkins, M. M. (2013). Coming together and pulling apart: Exploring the influence of functional status on co-resident relationships in assisted living. Journal of Aging Studies, 27, 317-329. doi: http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.jaging.2013.07.001

Wu, Y., Wang, Y., Burgess, E. O., & Wu, J. The effects of Tai Chi exercise on cognitive function of older adults: A meta analysis.  Journal of Sport and Health Science, 2, 193-203.

2012

Chuang, E, Dill, JS, Morgan, JC, & Konrad, TR. (2012). “A configurational approach to the relationship between high-performance work practices and frontline health care worker outcomes.” Health Services Research, 47(4), 1460-1481.

Foster, V., Clark, P.C., Holstad, M.M., & Burgess, E. O. “Factors Associated With Risky Sexual Behaviors in Older Adults.” Journal of the Association of Nurses in AIDS Care, 23(6), 487-499.  doi:10.1016/j.jana.2011.12.008

Kemp, C. L. (2012). Married couples in assisted living: Adult children’s experiences providing support. Journal of Family Issues, 33(5): 639-661. doi: 10.1177/0192513X11416447

Kemp, C. L., Ball, M. M., Hollingsworth, C., & Perkins, M. M. (2012). Strangers and friends: Residents’ social careers in assisted living. The Journals of Gerontology, Series B: Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences, 67(4): 491-502. doi: 10.1093/geronb/gbs043

Kemp, C. L., Luo, S., & Ball, M. M. (2012). “Meds are a real tricky area”: Examining medication management and regulation in assisted living. Journal of Applied Gerontology, 31: 126-149. doi:10.1177/0733464810381986*

*Part of the “Editor’s Choice Collection” which includes articles specially selected to highlight the journal's most noteworthy manuscripts.

Pathman D, Morgan JC, and Konrad TR. (2012). "States’ Experiences with Loan Repayment Programs for Healthcare Professionals in a Time of State Budget Cuts and NHSC Expansion".   The Journal of Rural Health. 28 (4): 408-415.

Sharma, K. & Kemp, C. L. (2012). "One should follow the wind": Individualized filial piety and support exchanges in Indian immigrant families in the United States. Journal of Aging Studies, 26 (2): 129-139. doi:10.1016/j.jaging.2011.10.003

2011

Chuang E, Jason K & Morgan JC. “Implementing Complex Innovations:  Factors Influencing Middle Manager Support.”  Healthcare Management Review: 36(4): 369-379, 2011.

Farrar B, Morgan JC, Chuang E, & Konrad TR. (2011) “Growing Your Own: Community Health Workers and Jobs to Careers.” Journal of Ambulatory Care Management. 34(3):234-246, 2011.

Tyvimaa, T., & Kemp, C. L. (2011). Finnish seniors’ move to a senior house: Examining the push and pull factors. Journal of Housing and the Elderly. 25(1): 50-71. doi:10.1080/02763893.2011.545742

2010

Baunach, D.M., Burgess, E. O. and Muse, C.  Southern (Dis)Comfort: Sexual Prejudice and Contact with Gay Men and Lesbians in the South.  Sociological Spectrum, 30 (1):30-64.

Dill JS, Morgan JC & Konrad TR. Strengthening the Long-Term Care Workforce: The Influence of the WIN A STEP UP Workplace Intervention on the Turnover of Direct Care Workers. Journal of Applied Gerontology 29: 196-214, 2010.

Gum, A., McDougal, S., McIlvane, J.M., & Mingo, C.A. (2010). Older adults are less likely to identify depression without sadness. Journal of Applied Gerontology, 29, 603-621.

Marshall JG, Morgan JC, Rathbun-Grubb S, Marshall VW, Barreau D, Moran BB, Solomon P and Thompson CA.   Toward a Shared Approach to Program Evaluation and Alumni Career Tracking:  Results from the Workforce Issues in Library and Information Science 2 Study.  Library Trends 59:1-2, 30-42, 2010.

Marshall JG, Rathbun-Grubb S, Barreau D, & Morgan JC. (2010) Issue Editors and Introduction:  Workforce Issues and Information Science, Part 2.  Library Trends 59:1-2.

2009

Lynn MR, Morgan JC, & Moore K. Development and testing of the Satisfaction in Nursing Scale (SINS).  Nursing Research 58(3): 166-174, 2009.

Marshall JG, Marshall VW, Morgan JC, Barreau D, Moran BB, Solomon P, Rathbun-Grubb S, and Thompson CA.  Where are They Now? Results of a Career Survey of Library and Information Science Graduates.  Library Trends 58:2, 2009.

Marshall JG, Marshall VW, Morgan JC, Barreau D, Moran BB, Solomon P, Rathbun-Grubb S, and Thompson CA.  Where Will They Be in the Future? Implementing a Model for On-Going Career  Tracking of Library and Information Science Graduates.  Library Trends 58:2, 2009.

Morgan CH and Morgan JC.  The Effects of Entering the LIS Workforce in a Recession: North Carolina, 1964-2005.  Library Trends 58:2, 2009.

Morgan JC, Farrar B, and Owens I.  Documenting Diversity among Working LIS Graduates.  Library Trends 58:2, 2009.

Morgan JC & Lynn MR.  Satisfaction in Nursing in the Context of Shortage. Journal of Nursing Management 17:  401-410, 2009.

Morgan JC, Marshall JG, Marshall VW, and Thompson CA.   Designing and implementing a career retrospective web-based survey of Library and Information Science Graduates.  Library Trends 58:2, 2009.

Kemp, C. L., Ball, M. M., Perkins, M. M., Hollingsworth, C. & Lepore, M. J. (2009). “I get along with most of them”: Direct care workers’ relationships with residents’ families in assisted living. The Gerontologist, 49 (2): 224-235. doi:10.1093/geront/gnp025

Patillo EJ, Moran BB, and Morgan JC.  The Job Itself: The Effects of Functional Units on Work Autonomy among Public and Academic Librarians.  Library Trends 58:2, 2009.


2014

Morgan JC and Brandy Farrar (forthcoming) “Building Meaningful Career Lattices: Direct Care Workers in Long-Term Care” In Armenia A, Stacey C & Duffy M (Eds.), Caring on the Clock: The Complexities and Contradictions of Paid Care Work. U.S. Rutgers University Press.

Stombler, Mindy, Dawn Baunach, Wendy Simonds, Elroi Windsor & Elisabeth O. Burgess. (2014)  (Eds) Sex Matters: The Sexuality and Society Reader, Fourth Edition.  W.W. Norton.

2013

Cutchin, M. P., Kemp, C. L., & Marshall, V. W. (Eds.) (2013). Researching Social Gerontology (four-volume set). London, UK: Sage Publications.

    • Cutchin, M. P., Kemp, C. L., & Marshall, V. W. (Eds.) (2013). Researching Social Gerontology, Volume One: Ageing and places. London, UK: Sage Publications.
    • Kemp, C. L., Marshall, V. W., & Cutchin, M. P. (Eds.) (2013). Researching Social Gerontology, Volume Two: Social relationships and ageing. London, UK: Sage Publications.
    • Marshall, V. W., Kemp, C. L., & Cutchin, M. P. (Eds.) (2013). Researching Social Gerontology, Volume Three: Social institutions, the life course and ageing. London, UK: Sage Publications.
    • Cutchin, M. P., Kemp, C. L., & Marshall, V. W. (Eds.) (2013). Researching Social Gerontology, Volume Four: Cross-cutting epistemological issues. London, UK: Sage Publications.

Sharma, K., & Kemp, C. L. (2013). “There is no feeling of [belongingness]; in India we know everybody”: Daily and social life experiences of older Indian immigrants in the United States. In S. Irudaya Rajan (Ed.) Indian Migration Report 2013: Social Costs of Migration (pp. 89-104). New York: Routledge.

2012

Dill JS, Morgan JC, and Kalleberg AL (2012) “Making ‘Bad Jobs’ Better: The Case of Frontline Healthcare Workers” In Warhurst C, Findlay P, Tilly C and Carre F (Eds.), Are Bad Jobs Inevitable? Trends, determinants and responses to job quality in the twenty-first century.  United Kingdom, Palgrave.

2011

Connidis, I. A., & Kemp, C. L. (2011).  Negotiating work and family life in small Canadian and American information technology (IT) firms. In Julie A. McMullin (Ed.) Gender, Work, and Age in the New Economy: The Case of Information Technology Firms (pp. 81-109). Vancouver, BC: UBC Press.

Duerden Comeau, T., & Kemp, C. L. (2011). Variants of masculinity within masculinist IT workplace regimes. In Julie A. McMullin (Ed.) Gender, Work, and Age in the New Economy: The Case of Information Technology Firms (pp. 59-80). Vancouver, BC: UBC Press.

2010

Ball, M. M., Perkins, M. M., Hollingsworth, C., & Kemp, C. L. (Eds.), (2010). Frontline Workers in Assisted Living. Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Ball, M. M., Perkins, M. M., Hollingsworth, C., & Kemp, C. L. (2010). Informing policy and practice. In Mary M. Ball, Molly M. Perkins, Carole Hollingsworth, & Candace L. Kemp (Eds.), Frontline Workers in Assisted Living (pp. 284-297). Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Ball, M. M., Perkins, M. M., Hollingsworth, C., & Kemp, C. L. (2010). Rewarding workers. In Mary M. Ball, Molly M. Perkins, Carole Hollingsworth, & Candace L. Kemp (Eds.), Frontline Workers in Assisted Living (pp. 255-283). Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Haviland SB, Morgan JC, and Marshall VW (2010) “Career Development in Small Firms” In Ageing and Working in the New Economy:  Careers and Changing Structures in Small and Medium Size Information Technology Firms.  Northampton, MA: Edward Elgan Publishing, William Pratt House.

Kemp, C. L., Ball, M. M., Hollingsworth, C., & Lepore, M. J. (2010). Connections with residents: "It's all about the residents for me." In Mary M. Ball, Molly M. Perkins, Carole Hollingsworth, & Candace L. Kemp (Eds.), Frontline Workers in Assisted Living (pp. 147-170). Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Lepore, M. J., Ball, M. M., Perkins, M. M., & Kemp, C. L. (2010). Pathways to caregiving. In Mary M. Ball, Molly M. Perkins, Carole Hollingsworth, & Candace L Kemp (Eds.), Frontline Workers in Assisted Living (pp. 69-94). Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.

Marshall VW, Morgan JC, and Haviland SB (2010) "Making a life in IT: Jobs and careers in small and medium-sized information technology companies.” In McMullin, JA and Marshall, VW (Eds.), Ageing and Working in the New Economy: Careers and Changing Structures in Small and Medium Size Information Technology Firms.  Northampton, MA: Edward Elgan Publishing, William Pratt House

Elroi J. Windsor and Elisabeth O. Burgess. (2010). “Sex Matters: Future Visions for a Sex-Positive Society.” In Stombler, M., Baunach, D.,Burgess, E., Donnelly, D., and W. Simonds.  (Eds.) Sex Matters: The Sexuality and Society Reader, Third Edition.  New York: Pearson, Allyn & Bacon.

 Revised and Reprinted in:  Stombler, Mindy, Dawn Baunach, Wendy Simonds, Elroi Windsor & Elisabeth O. Burgess. (Eds) 2014. Sex Matters: The Sexuality and Society Reader, Fourth Edition.  W.W. Norton