Publications

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Below I provide pdf copies of my publications whenever possible for me to do so (e.g., post-acceptance copy, published copy). For all other articles, please e-mail me for a copy.

NOTE: Underlined names indicate student/trainee co-authors

Articles and Edited Book Chapters

Carpiano, Richard M. & Fitz, Nicholas S. (2017). Public Attitudes toward Child Undervaccination:  A Randomized Experiment on Evaluations, Stigmatizing Orientations, and Support for Policies. Social Science & Medicine. (Published online ahead of press May 6, 2017).

Story, William T. & Carpiano, Richard M. (2017). Household Social Capital and Socioeconomic Inequalities in Child Undernutrition in Rural India: Exploring Organizational and Institutional Ties. Social Science & Medicine, 181, 112-121.

Carpiano, Richard M. & Bettinger, Julie A. (2016). Vaccine Coverage for Kindergarteners: Factors Associated with School and Area Variation in Vancouver, British Columbia. Vaccine Reports, 6, 50-55.

Saegert, Susan & Carpiano, Richard M. (2017). Social Support and Social Capital: A Theoretical Synthesis using Community Psychology and Community Sociology Approaches. In Meg A. Bond, Christopher Keys, & Irma Serrano-García (Eds.), American Psychological Association Handbook of Community Psychology: Theoretical Foundations, Core Concepts, and Emerging Challenges, Vol. 1, (pp. 295-314). Washington, DC: American Psychological Association.

Rogers, Eamonn, Polonijo, Andrea N., & Carpiano, Richard M. (2016). Getting by with a Little Help from My Friends (and Colleagues): Testing the Roles of Social Support and Loneliness for Burnout among Medical Residents. Canadian Family Physician, 62(11), e677-e683.

Pan, Stephen W., Li, Dongliang, Carpiano, Richard M., Spittal, Patricia M., & Ruan, Yuhua. (2016). Ethnicity and HIV Epidemiology Research in China (Research Letter). The Lancet, 388(10049), 1052-1053.

Polonijo, Andrea N., Carpiano, Richard M., Reiter, Paul, & Brewer, Noel T. (2016). Socioeconomic and Racial-Ethnic Disparities in Altruistic Attitudes toward Health Interventions: The Case of Human Papillomavirus Vaccination for Adolescent Boys. Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 57(3), 390-406.

Pan, Stephen W., Zhang, Zheng, Li, Dongliang, Carpiano, Richard M., Schechter, Martin T., Ruan, Yuhua, & Spittal, Patricia M. (2016). Religion and HIV Sexual Risk among Men who have Sex with Men in China. The Journal of Acquired Immune Deficiency Syndromes, 73(4), 463-474.

Pakula, Basia, Carpiano, Richard M., Ratner, Pamela, & Shoveller, Jeannie. (2016). Life Stress as a Mediator and Community Belonging as a Moderator of Mood and Anxiety Disorders of Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Heterosexual Canadians. Social Psychiatry and Psychiatric Epidemiology, 51(8), 1181-1192.

Pakula, Basia, Shoveller, Jeannie, Carpiano, Richard M., & Ratner, Pamela. (2016). Disaggregated Rates of Mood Disorders, Anxiety Disorders, and Heavy Drinking of Self-Identified Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual, and Heterosexual Canadians. American Journal of Public Health 106(6), 1042-1048.

Rugel, Emily & Carpiano, Richard M. (2015). Gender Differences in the Roles for Social Support in Ensuring Adequate Fruit and Vegetable Consumption among Older Adult Canadians. Appetite, 92(1), 102-109.

Carpiano, Richard M. (2014). The Community and Mental Life: Past, Present, and Future Directions. In Robert J. Johnson, R. Jay Turner, & Bruce G. Link (Eds.), Sociology of Mental Health: Selected Topics from Forty Years 1970s-2010s (pp. 101-123). New York: Springer-Verlag.

Carpiano, Richard M. (2014). When Should One (Dis)Trust Trust Measures? Response to Lindström and Sawada. Social Science & Medicine, 116, 239-240.

Carpiano, Richard M. & Fitterer, Lisa M. (2014). Questions of Trust in Health Research on Social Capital: What Aspects of Personal Network Social Capital Do They Measure? Social Science & Medicine, 116, 225-234.

Christensen, Vibeke T. & Carpiano, Richard M. (2014). Social Class Differences in BMI among Danish Women: Applying Cockerham’s Health Lifestyles Approach and Bourdieu’s Theory of Lifestyle. Social Science & Medicine, 112, 12-21.

Kelly, Brian C., Carpiano, Richard M., Easterbrook, Adam, & Parsons, Jeffrey T. (2014). Exploring the Gay Community Question: Neighborhood and Personal Network Influences on the Experience of Community among Urban Gay Men. The Sociological Quarterly, 55(1), 23-48.

Carpiano, Richard M. (2014). Neighborhood Disadvantage and Well-Being. In William C. Cockerham, Robert Dingwall, & Stella Quah (Eds.), The Wiley-Blackwell Encyclopedia of Health, Illness, Behavior, and Society. (pp. 1673-1678). Hoboken, NJ: Wiley-Blackwell.

Easterbrook, Adam, Carpiano, Richard M., Kelly, Brian C., & Parsons, Jeffrey T. (2014). The Personal Experience of Community among Urban Gay Men, Lesbians, and Bisexuals: Melting Pot or Mosaic? Social Science Quarterly, 95(3), 682-700.

Hystad, Perry, Demers, Paul A., Johnson, Kenneth C., Carpiano, Richard M., & Brauer, Michael. (2014). Residential Air Pollution and Lung Cancer. Authors’ Response to Sax and Goodman regarding Hystad et al. “Long-Term Exposure to Air Pollution and Lung Cancer Risk:  A Population-based Case-Control Study in Canada.” Epidemiology, 25(1), 159-160.

Hystad, Perry, Carpiano, Richard M., Demers, Paul A., Johnson, Kenneth C., & Brauer, Michael. (2013). Neighbourhood Socioeconomic Status and Individual Lung Cancer Risk: Evaluating Long-term Exposure Measures and Mediating Mechanisms. Social Science & Medicine, 97, 95-103.

Lloyd, Jennifer E.V., Obradović, Jelena, Carpiano, Richard M., & Motti-Stefanidi, Frosso. (2013). Multiple Imputation of Missing Multilevel, Longitudinal Data: A Case when Practical Considerations Trump “Best Practises”? Journal of Modern Applied Statistical Methods, 12(1), 261-275.

Hystad, Perry, Demers, Paul A., Johnson, Kenneth C., Carpiano, Richard M., & Brauer, Michael. (2013). Long-Term Exposure to Air Pollution and Lung Cancer Risk:  A Population-based Case-Control Study in Canada. Epidemiology, 24(5), 762-772.

Link, Bruce G., Carpiano, Richard M., & Weden, Margaret M. (2013). Can Honorific Awards Give Us Clues about the Connection between Socioeconomic Status and Mortality? American Sociological Review, 78, 192-212.

Chi, Donald T. & Carpiano, Richard M. (2013). Neighborhood Social Capital, Neighborhood Attachment, and Dental Care Use for L.A.FANS Adults: A Multilevel Analysis. American Journal of Public Health, 103(4), e88-e95.

Polonijo, Andrea & Carpiano, Richard M. (2013). Social Inequalities in HPV Vaccination: A Test of Fundamental Cause Theory. Social Science & Medicine, 82, 115-125.

Pan, Stephen & Carpiano, Richard M. (2013). Immigrant Density, Sense of Community Belonging, and Suicidal Ideation among White and Racial Minority Immigrants in Canada. Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health, 15(1), 34-42.

Carpiano, Richard M. & Kimbro, Rachel T. (2012). Neighborhood Social Capital, Parenting Strain, and Personal Mastery among Female Primary Caregivers of Children. Journal of Health & Social Behavior, 53(2), 232-247.

Kelly, Brian C., Carpiano, Richard M., Easterbrook, Adam, & Parsons, Jeffrey T. (2012). Sex and the Community: Examining the Implications of Neighborhood and Social Networks for Sexual Risk Behaviors among Urban Gay Men. Sociology of Health & Illness, 34(7), 1085-1102.

Hystad, Perry & Carpiano, Richard M. (2012). Sense of Community Belonging and Health Behavior Change in Canada. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, 66, 277-283. NOTE: Published on-line ahead of press in 2010.

Black, Jennifer, Carpiano, Richard M., Fleming, Stuart, & Lauster, Nathanael. (2011). Exploring the Distribution of Food Stores in British Columbia: Associations with Neighbourhood Socio-Demographic Factors and Urban Form. Health & Place, 17(4), 961-970.

Carpiano, Richard M., Kelly, Brian C., Easterbrook, Adam, & Parsons, Jeffrey T. (2011). Community and Drug Use among Gay Men: The Role of Neighborhoods and Networks. Journal of Health & Social Behavior, 52(1), 74-90.

Carpiano, Richard M. & Hystad, Perry. (2011). “Sense of Community Belonging” in Health Surveys: What Social Capital is it Measuring? Health & Place, 17(2), 606-617.

Carpiano, Richard M., Lloyd, Jennifer E.V., & Hertzman, Clyde. (2009). Concentrated Affluence, Concentrated Disadvantage, and Children’s Readiness for School: A Population-Based, Multi-Level Investigation. Social Science & Medicine, 69(3), 420-432.

Dennis, Jr., Samuel, Gaulocher, Suzanne, Carpiano, Richard M., & Brown, David. (2009). Using Participatory Photo Mapping (PPM) with Young People in Health Promotion Research. Health & Place, 15(2), 466-473.

Carpiano, Richard M. (2009). Come Take a Walk with Me: The “Go-Along” Interview as a Novel Method for Studying the Implications of Place for Health and Well-Being. Health & Place, 15(1), 263-272.

Polonijo, Andrea & Carpiano, Richard M. (2008). Representations of Cosmetic Surgery and Emotion Health in Women’s Magazines in Canada. Women’s Health Issues, 18(6), 463-470. Erratum published in Women’s Health Issues, 19(2), 157-158.

Carpiano, Richard M., Link, Bruce G., & Phelan, Jo C. (2008). Social Inequality and Health: Future Directions for the Fundamental Cause Explanation for Class Differences in Health. In Annette Lareau and Dalton Conley (Eds.), Social Class: How Does It Work? (pp. 232-263). New York: Russell Sage Foundation.

Carpiano, Richard M. (2008). Actual or Potential Neighborhood Resources and Access to Them: Testing Hypotheses of Social Capital for the Health of Female Caregivers. Social Science & Medicine, 67(4), 568-582.

Weden, Margaret M., Carpiano, Richard M., & Robert, Stephanie A. (2008). Subjective and Objective Neighborhood Characteristics and Adult Health. Social Science & Medicine, 66(6), 1256-1270.

Carpiano, Richard M. (2007). Actual or Potential Neighborhood Resources for Health: What Can Bourdieu Offer for Improving Understandings of Social Capital Mechanisms for Health? In Ichiro Kawachi, S.V., Subramanian, & Daniel Kim (Eds.), Social Capital and Health (pp. 83-93). New York: Springer.

Carpiano, Richard M. (2007). Neighborhood Social Capital and Adult Health: An Empirical Test of a Bourdieu-based Model. Health & Place, 13(3), 639-655.

Kuppin, Sara A. & Carpiano, Richard M. (2006). Public Conceptions of Serious Mental Illness and Substance Abuse, Their Causes and Treatments: Findings from the 1996 General Social Survey. American Journal of Public Health, 96(10), 1766-1771.

*Reprinted in American Journal of Public Health, 98(Supplement 9), S120-S125.

Carpiano, Richard M. & Daley, Dorothy M. (2006). Theory-Building on the High Seas of Population Health: Love Boat, Mutiny on the Bounty, or Poseidon Adventure? (Response to commentaries by Popay, Vågero, and Dunn). Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, 60(7), 571-577.

Carpiano, Richard M. & Daley, Dorothy M. (2006). A Guide and Glossary on Post-Positivist Theory-Building for Population Health. Journal of Epidemiology & Community Health, 60(7), 564-570.

Carpiano, Richard M. (2006). Towards a Neighborhood Resource-based Theory of Social Capital for Health: Can Bourdieu and Sociology Help? Social Science & Medicine, 62(1), 165-175.

Carpiano, Richard M., & Kelly, Brian C. (2005). What Would Durkheim Do? A Comment on Kushner and Sterk’s “The Limits of Social Capital: Durkheim, Suicide, and Social Cohesion.” American Journal of Public Health, 95(12), 2120-2121.

Carpiano, Richard M., Flocke, Susan A., Frank, Scott H., & Stange, Kurt C. (2003). Tools, Teamwork, and Tenacity: An Investigation of the Influences of Family Practice Office System Characteristics on the Delivery of Preventive Health Services. Preventive Medicine, 36(2), 131-140.

Carpiano, Richard M. (2002). Long Roads and Tall Mountains: The Impact of Motherhood on the Recovery and Health of Domestic Abuse Survivors. Health Care for Women International, 23(5), 442-449.

Carpiano, Richard M. (2001). Passive Medicalization: The Case of Viagra and Erectile Dysfunction. Sociological Spectrum, 21(3), 441-450.

*Reprinted in Naugler, Diane. (2012). Canadian Perspectives in Sexualities Studies: Identities, Experiences, and the Contexts of Change. New York: Oxford University Press.

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