Selected Publications

Ray, Rashawn, Abigail A. Sewell, Keon L. Gilbert, and Jennifer D. Roberts. “Missed Opportunity? Leveraging Mobile Technology to Reduce Racial Health Disparities.” Journal of Health Politics, Policy and Law 42(5): 901-924.

Ray, Rashawn, Kris Marsh, and Connor Powelson. 2017. “Can Cameras Stop the Killings? Racial Differences in Perceptions of the Effectiveness of Body-Worn Cameras in Police Encounters.” Sociological Forum 1-19.

Ray, Rashawn. 2017.“If Only He Hadn’t Worn the Hoodie . . . ” Race, Selective Perception, and Stereotype Maintenance.”Pp. 72-84 In Stephanie McClure and Cherise Harris (Eds), Getting Real about Race: Hoodies, Mascots, Model Minorities, and Other Conversations,. Los Angeles: Sage.

Ray, Rashawn, Melissa Brown, Neil Fraistat, and Edward Summers. 2017. “Ferguson and the death of Michael Brown on Twitter BlackLivesMatter TCOT and the evolution of collective identities.”Ethnic and Racial Studies 1-17.

Ray, Rashawn. 2017. “Black People Don’t Exercise in my Neighborhood: Perceived racial composition and leisure-time physical activity among middle class blacks and whites.“Social Science Research 66: 42-57.

Ray, Rashawn, Dana R. Fisher, and Carley Fisher-Maltese. 2016. “SCHOOL GARDENS IN THE CITY: Does Environmental Equity Help Close the Achievement Gap?” Du Bois Review 13(2): 379– 395.

Gilbert, Keon and Rashawn Ray. 2016. “Why Police Kill Black Males with Impunity: Applying Critical Race and Public Health Theory to Address Determinants of Policing Behaviors and the Justifiable Homicides of Black Men.” Journal of Urban Health 93(1): 122-140.

Gilbert, Keon, Rashawn Ray, Arjumand Siddiqi, Derek Griffith, Elizabeth Baker, Shivan Shetty, and Keith Elder. 2016. “Visible and Invisible Trends in African American Men’s Health: Pitfalls and Promises.” Annual Review of Public Health 37: 295-311.

Roberts, Jennifer Denise, Brandon Knight, Rashawn Ray, and Brian E Saelens. 2016. “Parental Perceived Built Environment Measures and Active Play in Washington DC Metropolitan Children.” Preventive Medicine Reports 3: 373-378.

Parks, Gregory S., Shayne E. Jones, Rashawn Ray, Matthew W. Hughey, and *Jonathan M. Cox. 2015. “White Boys Drink, Black Girls Yell?: A Racialized and Gendered Analysis of Violent Hazing and the Law.” The Journal of Gender, Race, and Justice 18: 97-168.

Sewell, Abigail and Rashawn Ray. 2015 “A Place to Trust: Black Protestant Affiliation and Trust in Personal Physicians.” Research in the Sociology of Health Care, Vol 33: Education, Social Factors, and Health Beliefs in Health and Health Care Services: 229-249.

Zambrana Ruth Enid, Rashawn Ray, Corinne Castro, Michelle Espino, Beth Douthirt Cohen, Jennifer Eliason. 2015. “’Don’t Leave Us Behind’: The Importance of Mentoring for Underrepresented Minority Faculty.” American Education Research Journal 52(1): 40-72.

Ray, Rashawn. 2014. “An Intersectional Analysis to Explaining a Lack of Physical Activity Among Middle Class Black Women.” Sociology Compass 8(6): 7870- 791.

Hunt, Matthew and Rashawn Ray. 2012. “Black Americans Social Class Identifications: Trends and Determinants, 1974-2010.” American Behavioral Scientist 56: 1462- 1480.

Noy, Shiri and Rashawn Ray. 2012. “Graduate Students’ Perceptions of Their Advisors: Is There Systematic Disadvantage in Mentorship?” Journal of Higher Education 83: 876-914.

Ray, Rashawn. 2012. “Sophisticated Practitioners: Black Fraternity Men’s Treatment of Women.” Journal of African American Studies, Special Issue on Black Fraternal Organizations 16: 638-657.

Ray, Rashawn and Jason A. Rosow. 2012. “Two Different Worlds of Black and White Fraternity Men: Visibility and Accountability as Mechanisms of Privilege.” Journal of Contemporary Ethnography 41: 66-95.

Ray, Rashawn and Jason Rosow. 2010. “Getting Off and Getting Intimate: How Normative Institutional Arrangements Structure Black and White Fraternity Men’s Approaches towards Women.” Men and Masculinities 12: 523-546.

Ray, Rashawn (Ed.). 2010. Race and Ethnic Relations in the 21st Century: History, Theory,Institutions, and Policy. Cognella: San Diego.