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Pepperdine University Faculty Diversity Publications

Topic: African Americans

Holmes, D. (2007). "The Civil Rights Movement according to Crash: Complicating the Pedagogy of Integration," March 2007 in College English.

Holmes, D. (2007). "Affirmative Reaction: King, Kennedy, Nixon and the Evolution of Color Blind Rhetoric," January 2007 in Rhetoric Review.

Holmes, D. (2006). "Cross-Racial Voicing: the Search for an African American Ethos in Carl Van Vechten's Imagination." January 2006 in College English.

Holmes, D. (2005). "Say What?-Rediscovering Hugh Blair and the Racialization of Language, Culture, and Pedagogy in Eighteenth-Century Rhetoric." Calling Cards: Theory and Practice in the Study of Race, Gender, and Culture. State University of New York Press, March 2005, 203-13.

Holmes, D. (2004). Revisiting Racialized Voice: African American Ethos in Language and Literature. Carbondale: Southern Illinois University Press.

Selby, G. (2007) "Mocking the Sacred: Frederick Douglass's 'Slaveholder's Sermon' and the Antebellum Debate over Religion and Slavery." In Readings on Political Communication, ed. Theodore F. Sheckels, Janette Kenner Muir, Terry Robertson, & Lisa Gring-Pemble. State College, PA: Strata Publishing. (Reprint of essay previously published in the Quarterly Journal of Speech.)

Selby, G. (2005). "Scoffing at the Enemy: The Burlesque Frame in the Rhetoric of Ralph David Abernathy." Southern Communication Journal 70: 134-45.

Selby, G. (2004). Nominated book review of The Fight of the Century: Jack Johnson, Joe Louis, and the Struggle for Racial Equality, by Thomas R. Hietala (Armonk, NY: M. E. Sharpe, 2002). Rhetoric and Public Affairs 7 (Spring): 96-99.

Selby, G. (2002). "Mocking the Sacred: Frederick Douglass's 'Slaveholder's Sermon' and the Antebellum Debate over Religion and Slavery." Quarterly Journal of Speech 88: 326-41.

Selby, G. (2001). "Framing Social Protest: The Exodus Narrative in Martin Luther King's Montgomery Bus Boycott Rhetoric." Journal of Communication and Religion: 68-93.

Selby, G. (2001). An Eloquent Life: Frederick Douglass in Biographical Perspective. [Review of the book Frederick Douglass: Oratory from Slavery]. Review of Communication, 1, 93-96.

Selby, G. (2000). "The Limits of Accommodation: Frederick Douglass and the Garrisonian Abolitionists." Southern Communication Journal 66, Fall: 52-66.

Selby, G. (1998). "A Rhetorical Liturgy: Ephesians 1 and the Problem of Race Relations in the Early Christian Church." Advances in the History of Rhetoric 2 (Fall): 11-20.

Selby, G. Martin Luther King and the Rhetoric of Freedom: The Exodus in America's Struggle for Civil Rights, Baylor University Press. In press (anticipated publication date, Fall 2007).

Topic: Asians and Asian-Americans

Herschensohn, B. (2007). Taiwan: The Threatened Democracy. World Ahead Publishing.

Herschensohn, B. (2002). Across the Taiwan Strait: Democracy: The Bridge Between Mainland China and Taiwan. Lexington Books.

Kim, R. (2007). Asian Americans for Jesus: Changing the Face of Campus
Evangelicalism. Social Science Research Council's Online Forums and Essays. http://religion.ssrc.org/reforum/Kim/

Kim, R. (2007). Review of the book Korean American Evangelicals: New Models for Civic Life. American Journal of Sociology 113 (3).

Kim, R. (2006). God's New Whiz Kids? Second-generation Korean American
Evangelicals on Campus.
New York: New York University Press.

Kim, R. (2006). Korean American Folk Culture. In American Folk Culture: An
Encyclopedia
. New York: M.E. Sharpe Publishing Group.

Kim, R. (2005). Review of the book God in Chinatown: Religion and Survival in New York's Evolving Immigrant Community. Journal of the American Academy of Religion. 73 (3).

Kim, R. (2005). Ethnic Differences in Academic Achievement Between Vietnamese and Cambodian Children. Asian American Studies Reader. Berkeley: University of California Press.

Kim, R. (2004). Second-Generation Korean American Evangelicals: Ethnic, Multiethnic, or White Campus Ministries? Sociology of Religion. 65 (1): 19-34.

Kim, R. (2004). Asian American College Campus Evangelicals: Constructing and Negotiating Ethnic and Religious Boundaries. Asian American Religion: The Making and Remaking of Borders and Boundaries. New York: New York University Press.

Kim, R. (2004). Made in the U.S.A: Second-Generation Korean American Campus Evangelicals. Asian American Youth Culture: Culture, Ethnicity, and Identity.  New York: Routledge.

Kim, R. (2002). Ethnic Differences in Academic Achievement Between Vietnamese and Cambodian Children. Sociological Quarterly 43: 213-235.

Kim, R. (2002). Rebuilding Spiritual Lives in the New Land: Religious Practices among Southeast Asian Refugees in the United States. 37-70 in Jung Ha Kim and Pyong Gap Min's, eds.

Kim, R., Bankston, C.L., & Zhou, M. (2002). Religions in Asian America: Building Faith Communities. Walnut Creek: AltaMira Press.

Kim, R., & Kim, S. (2007). Silent Exodus No More: Emerging Second-generation Korean American Churches. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion.

Kim, R., & Zhou, M. (2006). Paradox of Ethnicisation and Assimilation: The Development of Ethnic Organisations in the Chinese Immigrant Community in the United States. Voluntary Associations in the Chinese Diaspora. Hong Kong: Hong Kong University Press.

Kim, R., & Zhou, M. (2003). A Tale of Two Metropolises: New Immigrant Chinese Communities in New York and Los Angeles. Los Angeles and New York in the New Millennium. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Kim, R., & Zhou, M. (2001). Formation, Consolidation, and Diversification of the Ethnic Elite: The Case of the Chinese Immigrant Community in the United States. Journal of International Migration and Integration 2: 227-24.

Kim, R., & Zhou, M. (2001). New Chinese Immigrant Organizations in the United States: Beyond Chinatowns and National Boundaries. World Economic Review.

Kim, R., & Zhou, M. (2000). Review of the book Chinese Christians in America:
Conversion, Assimilation, and Adhesive Identities. American Journal of
Sociology
105: 1516-1517.

Kim, R., Zhou, M., & Tseng, Y. (2007). Rethinking Residential Assimilation through the Case of the Chinese Ethnoburb in San Gabriel Valley, California. Amerasia Journal.

Additional works accepted for publication:

Kim, R. "Second-generation Korean American Campus Evangelicals' Ethnic Religious Participation," in David Yoo and Ruth Chung, eds., Spiritual Practices: Mapping Korean American Religions. Champaign, IL: University of Illinois Press.

Kim, R. "Ethnic Group Formation of Second-Generation Vietnamese American and Chinese American in the United States." Ethnicity, Equity and the Nation: The State, Development and Identity in Multi-Ethnic Societies.

Kim, R. "Asian Americans: The New Face of Evangelical Campus Ministries" (expected to be published in an edited volume on "The Changing Face of Evangelicalism" in an edited volume by Michael O. Emerson and Timothy Tseng through the Institute for the Study of American Evangelicals, Wheaton College.

Kim, R. Korean Americans and Religion. Asian American History and Culture: An
Encyclopedia.
New York: M.E. Sharpe Publishing Group.

Kim, R. Assimilation and Acculturation. Asian American History and Culture: An
Encyclopedia. New York: M.E. Sharpe Publishing Group.

Topic: Immigration

Fetzer, J. (2006). "Why Did House Members Vote for H.R. 4437?" International
Migration Revie
w 40(3):698-706.

Fetzer, J. (2005). "Public Opinion and Immigration." In Matthew J. Gibney and Randall Hansen, eds. Immigration and Asylum: From 1900 to the Present. Santa Barbara: ABC-CLIO.

Fetzer, J. (2004). "Looking to the Past for Clues to Current Immigration Concerns." Public Affairs Report [Institute of Governmental Studies, University of California at Berkeley] 45(1):1 & 10-14. http://www.igs.berkeley.edu/publications/par/spring2004.pdf

Fetzer, J. (2000). "Economic self-interest or cultural marginality? Anti-immigration sentiment and nativist political movements in France, Germany and the USA." Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 26(1):5-23.

Fetzer, J. (2000). Public Attitudes toward Immigration in the United States, France, and Germany. New York and Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 

Kim, R. (2003). Immigration and Religion in America In Encyclopedia of Religious
Freedom.
Massachusetts: Berkshire Publishing Group.

Kim, R., Light, I., & Bernard, R. (1999). Immigrant Incorporation in the Garment Industry of Los Angeles. International Migration Review 33: 5-25.

Kim, R., Light, I., & Hum, C. (2002). Globalization Effects on Employment in
Southern California, 1970-1990. Globalization and the New City. New York:
Palgrave Press.

Kim, R., Light, I., & Zhou, M. (2002). Transnationalism and American Exports in an English-Speaking World. International Migration Review 36: 702-725.

Topic: Religion as Related to Diversity

Fetzer, J. (1998). Religious Minorities and Support for Immigrant Rights in the United States, France, and Germany. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 37:41-49.

Fetzer, J., & Spoer, J.C. (2005). Muslims and the State in Britain, France, and Germany. New York and Cambridge: Cambridge University Press. 

Fetzer, J., & Spoer, J.C. (2003). The Roots of Public Attitudes Toward State Accommodation of European Muslims' Religious Practices Before and After September 11. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 42(2):247-258.

Kim, R. (2007). Ethnicity and Religion: Theoretical Intersections. Journal for the Sociology of Religion.

Kim, R. (2006). Review of the book Does God Belong in Public Schools? Journal of the American Academy of Religion.

Levine, S.J. (2006). Looking Beyond the Mercy/Justice Dichotomy: Reflections on the Complementary Roles of Mercy and Justice in Jewish Law and Tradition. 45 J. Cath. Legal Stud. 455.

Levine, S.J. (2006). An Introduction to Self-Incrimination in Jewish Law, With Application to the American Legal System: A Psychological and Philosophical Analysis, 28 Loy. L.A. Int'l & Comp. L. Rev. 257.

Levine, S.J. (2006)., A Look at American Legal Practice Through a Perspective of Jewish Law, Ethics, and Tradition: A Conceptual Overview, 20 Notre Dame J.L. Ethics & Pub. Pol'y 11.

Levine, S.J. (2005). Reflections on the Practice of Law as a Religious Calling, from a Perspective of Jewish Law and Ethics, 32 Pepp. L. Rev. 411.

Levine, S.J. (2002). Teaching Jewish Law in American Law Schools-Part II: An Annotated Syllabus, 2 Chi.-Kent J. Int'l & Comp. L. 1.

Levine, S.J. (2000). Teshuva: A Look at Repentance, Forgiveness, and Atonement in Jewish Law and Philosophy and American Legal Thought, 27 Fordham Urb. L.J. 1677-1693.

Levine, S.J. (1999). An Introduction to Legislation in Jewish Law, with References to the American Legal System, 29 Seton Hall L. Rev. 916-936.

Levine, S.J. (1999). Seeking a Common Language for the Application of Rule 11 Sanctions: What is 'Frivolous'?, 78 Neb. L. Rev. 677.

Levine, S.J. (1999). Teaching Jewish Law in American Law Schools: An Emerging Development in Law and Religion, 26 Fordham Urb. L.J. 1041. Soper, J.C., & Fetzer, J. (2007). Religious Institutions, Church-State History, and Muslim Mobilization in Britain, France, and Germany. Journal of Ethnic and Migration Studies 33(7).

Soper, J.C., & Fetzer, J. (2006). Practicing their faith: Muslims and the State in Britain and France. Public Policy Research 12(4):234-237.

Soper, J.C., & Fetzer, J. (2003). Explaining the Accommodation of Muslim Religious Practices in France, Britain, and Germany. French Politics 1(1):39-59.

Topic International

Long Live Democracy: The Determinants of Political Instability in Latin America, Luisa Blanco and Robin Grier, Journal of Development Studies, 2009, 45(1), 76-95.

The Finance-Growth Link in Latin America, Luisa Blanco, Southern Economic Journal, 2009, 76(1), 224-248.

Life is Unfair in Latin America, But Does it Matter for Growth? Luisa Blanco, World Development, 2010, 38(3), 393–404.

Topic: Women

Christine Goodman, (M)adMen: Using Persuasion Factors in Media Advertisements to Prevent a ‘Tyranny of the Majority’ in Ballot Propositions, 32 HASTINGS COMM. & ENT. L.J. 247 (2010). 

Selby, G. (1995). Women and Prophecy in the Corinthian Church. In Essays on Women in Earliest Christianity, vol. 2. Edited by Carroll D. Osburn. Joplin, Missouri: College Press.

Selby, G. (1992). 'Your Daughters Shall Prophesy': Rhetorical Strategy in the 19th Century Debate Over Women's Right to Preach. Restoration Quarterly 34: 151 67.

Additional Works on Diversity

Coyle, J. (2003). Politics of the Middle East: Cultures and Conflicts. Prentice Hall.

Goodman, C.C. (2007). The Color of Our Character: Confronting the Racial Character of Rule 404(b) Evidence, 25 Law & Ineq.1.

Goodman, C.C. (2004). Redacting Race In The Quest For Colorblind Justice: How Racial Privacy Legislation Subverts Antidiscrimination Laws, 88 Marq, L. Rev. 299.

Goodno, N. (1999). Please, Remain Silent, in The Diversity Hoax: Law Students Report From Berkeley (David Wienir and Marc Berley, ed.s) New York: Foundation for Academic Standards & Tradition.