Wei Zhang, Yan Yan Wu, and Margaret Walkover have co-authored a new article in the Hawaiʻi Journal of Health & Social Welfare! Read "Prevalence of Psychological Distress in Hawai‘i during the COVID-19 Pandemic" today! https://t.co/pvxRxz99jc #Sociology #COVID19 #Mentalhealth
“The challenge of COVID-19 for adult men and women in the United States: disparities of psychological distress by gender and age" by Prof. Wei Zhang, PhD student Margaret Walkover, and Prof. Yan Yan Wu (@UHMPublicHealth
) was recently published: https://t.co/EyDaMhMKtc
Upcoming Presentation at 14:35 HST on Sept. 16; "Hawaii 2030 and Beyond: The Economic Implications of Population Aging" by Dr. Andrew Mason, Alan Oshima and Cullen Hayashida for the Hawaii Pacific Gerontological Society's Biennial Conference. Register at https://t.co/7xKQs4d5x9
PhD Graduates Ellen Meiser (Spring 2021) and Penn Pantumsinchai (Spring 2017)—hosts of the podcast @socbreakdown—were interviewed by @NYMag's @grubstreet about their article “The Normalization of Violence in Commercial Kitchens Through Food Media.”
How Food TV Warped Our View of Real-World Restaurant Abuse
“I realized, this is abnormal.”
“Trends in psychological distress and COVID-19 incidence across 15 U.S. metropolitan statistical areas in 2020," a collaborative work by Prof. Yan Yan Wu (@UHMPublicHealth), PhD student Margaret Walkover and Prof. Wei Zhang was recently published: https://t.co/cZYZFEPGQo
Professor Wei Zhang, PhD Candidate Keqing Zhang and Dr. Bei Wu (@nyuniversity) published "Perceived Neighborhood Conditions, Self-Management Abilities, and Psychological Well-Being Among Chinese Older Adults in Hawai’i" in Journal of Applied Gerontology:
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Congrats to @ashleytrubin on the publication of her second book, Rocking Qualitative Social Science: An Irreverent Guide to Rigorous Research #RockingQualSocSci
It has arrived! Thank you so much, @stanfordpress! The book is beautiful! #RockingQualSocSci #NoOneRightWay #RigorousDoesntMeanRigid #AreYouADirtbagger?
Graduate student Jason Alexander recently was awarded a Dean's Award for Excellence by Kyushu University's Graduate School of Humanities for his master's thesis entitled, "The Racial Ideology of Naisen Yūwa."