School Ecology and (dis)Respect
Audley, S.R. & Ginsburg, J. (2017, accepted). Caring as an authoritative act: Re-thinking respect in student-teacher relationships. In K. Daniels & K. Billingsley (Eds.) Creating Caring and Supportive Educational Environments for Meaningful Learning. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
Singer A., & Audley, S. R. (in press). Some teachers just simply care:” Respect in urban student-teacher relationships. #CritEdPol: Journal of Critical Educational Policy Studies.
Audley, S. R., & Stein, N. (2017). Creating an environmental resiliency framework: Changing children’s personal and cultural narratives to build environmental resiliency. Journal of Environmental Studies and Sciences, 7(2), 205-215.
Audley-Piotrowski, S. R. (2016). The auspices of social justice. In J. Landsman, R. Salcedo, & P. Gorski (Eds.), Talking back and looking forward: An educational revolution in poetry and prose (p. 39-44). Lanham, Maryland: Roman and Littlefield Publishing Group.
Audley-Piotrowski, S. R., Singer, A., & Patterson, M. (2015). The Role of the Teacher in Children’s Peer Relations: Making the Invisible Hand Intentional. Translational Issues in Psychology, 1(2), 192-200. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/tps0000038
Jones, M. H., Audley-Piotrowski, S. R., & Kiefer, S. (2012). Relationships among adolescents’ perceptions of friends’ behaviors, academic self-concept, and math performance. Journal of Educational Psychology, 104(1), 19-31.
Kuryluk, A., Cohen, R., & Audley-Piotrowski, S. (2011). The role of respect in the relation between aggression and popularity. Social Development, 20(4), 703-717.
Audley-Piotrowski, S., Hsueh, Y., & Cohen, R. (2008). Respect: A developmental perspective. Academic Exchange Quarterly, 12(3), 207-211.
Mule, L., Audley, S.R., & Aloisio, K. (2017) Faculty-led study abroad and global citizenship identification: Insights from a global engagement program. Manuscript in revision.
Zamboanga, B., Ham, L. S., Tomaso, C. C., Audley, S. R., Pole. N. (2016). “Try walking in our shoes:” Teaching acculturation and relevant cultural adjustment processes through role play. Teaching of Psychology, 43(3), 243-249. doi: 10.1177/0098628316649484
Audley-Piotrowski, S. R. (2014). Moral development. In D. Winsor & S. Magun-Jackson (Eds.), Lifespan development: An educational psychology perspective. Pearson.
Audley-Piotrowski, S. R. (2014). Moderated mediation in structural equation modeling: the role of friendships and self-concept in math performance. In P. Brindle (Ed.), Method in action case studies. Sage Publications.
Audley-Piotrowski, S. R., Kumar, N., Hsueh, Y., & Sumner, M. (2011).Technology: Changing the research base on young children. In S. Blake, D. Winsor, & L. Allen (Eds.), Technology and young children: Bridging the communication-generation gap. Hershey, PA: IGI Global.
Socialization of Group Identity and Drinking Games
Audley, S. R., K., Grenier, K., Martin, J. L., & Ramos, J. (2018) Why Me? A qualitative study of drinking gamers’ reasons for targeting other players to drink. Emerging Adulthood, 6(2), 79-90.
Zamboanga, B. L., Audley, S. R., Olthuis, J. V., Tomaso, C. C., Blumenthal, H., & Borsari, B. (2017, April 16). Validation of a seven-factor structure for the motives for playing drinking games measure. Assessment. Advanced on-line publication. doi: 10.1177/1073191117701191
Zamboanga, B. L., Audley, S., Iwamoto, D. K., Martin, J. L., & Tomaso, C. C. (2017). The risks of being “manly”: Masculine norms and drinking game motives, behaviors, and related consequences among men.Psychology of Men & Masculinity, 18(4), 280-292. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/men0000064
Zamboanga, B. L., Audley S. R., Tomaso, C. C., Ramos, G., & Schwartz, S. J. (2016). “What’s in a game?” Acculturation and drinking games among Asian American young adults. Asian American Journal of Psychology, 7(3), 195-204. http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/aap0000048
Manuscripts In Preparation
Audley, S.R., Callahan, D., & Ginsburg, J. (2018). High school students’ experiences of disrespect and racial microaggressions by teachers: an intersectional approach.
Audley, S. R. & Jovic, S. (2017). Making meaning of children’s (dis)respect interactions: The value tensions among school, classroom, and peer cultures. Manuscript in preparation.
Audley, S. R. & Grenier, K. (2017). Who respects me matters: Contextualizing children’s responses and evaluations of disrespect experiences. Manuscript in preparation.
Audley, S.R. & Hui, X. (2017) “I’m respectful. Why don’t they like me? The relative importance of self and peer evaluations of showing respect on children’s social competency..
Peer Reviewed Conference Paper and Poster Presentations
Audley, S.R. , & Callahan, D., (June, 2018). High school students’ experiences of disrespect and racial microaggressions by teachers: an intersectional approach. Paper to be presented at the to the Jean Piaget Society annual conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Huang, K ., & Audley, S.R. (2018, June). Narrative structure of children’s experiences of feeling respected, earning respect and disrespect from peers. Poster to be presented to the Jean Piaget Society Conference, Amsterdam, Netherlands.
Audley, S. R., & Huang, K. (August, 2017). Making meaning of children’s social interactions through dynamic narrating. In symposium, “At the conjunction of theory and method: A dynamic narrating approach”. Paper presented at the International Society for Cultural-historical and Activity Research Congress, Quebec City, Canada.
Audley, S.R. & Grenier, K. (April, 2017). “My best friend made fun of me”: examining contextual elements in children’s narratives of disrespect experiences. In symposium, Children’s perspectives on their own moral experiences: Narrative approaches to moral development. Paper presented at the Society for Research in Child Development biannual meeting, Austin, TX.
Grenier, K., Audley, S. R., Singer, A., & Messeck, M. (2016, March). “and I kikked her back”: Pre-adolescent’s responses and resolutions in the face of perceived injustice. Poster accepted to the Society for Research on Adolescence Biennial Meeting, Baltimore, MD.
Singer, A., & Audley, S. R. (March, 2016). Urban Adolescent’s Experiences and Explanations of Teacher disrespect. Poster accepted to the bi-annual conference of the Society for Adolescent Research, Baltimore, MD.
Audley-Piotrowski, S. R., Grenier, K., Hsu, D., & Singer, A. (June, 2015). “It feels horrible to be disrespected:” Disrespect, negative emotions, and conflict resolution in elementary school. In symposium, “Emotion: Cultural, social, gender, and linguistic influences. Paper presented at the Jean Piaget Society annual conference, Toronto, CA.
Hsu, D. & Audley-Piotrowski, S. R. (March, 2015). Negotiating (dis)respect: Value Discrepancies in a 6th grade classroom. Poster presented at the Society for Research in Child Development biannual conference, Philadelphia, PA.
Audley-Piotrowski, S. R., & Cohen, R. (June, 2014). When a classmate earns my respect is when we become friends’: Respect and friendship in middle childhood. ‘Co-Chair in Symposium, ‘Moving beyond friendship quality: Novel concepts for understanding friendship in middle childhood’. Paper presented at the Jean Piaget Society Annual conference, San Francisco, CA.
Audley-Piotrowski, S.R. (August, 2013). Children’s justification of pro-social behaviors: Does child-researcher dialogue matter? In Symposium: Interviewing Children: Bridging Psychological Sub-disciplines through innovation and negotiation. Paper presented at the annual conference for the American Psychological Association, Honolulu, HI.
Audley-Piotrowski, S. R., Hsueh, Y., & Cohen, R. (June, 2013). ‘What respect means to me Is’: Respect, status, and liking in children’s peer groups. In Symposium: Perspectives on respect: Theories and innovative methodologies. Paper presented at the Jean Piaget Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.
Audley-Piotrowski, S. R., Cohen, R., Beckman, C., Hsu, D., Lindley, E., Peterson, M., Singer,A., Shrader, A., & Verchomin, J. (June, 2013). ‘Then we became friends and respected each other’: The relation between earning respect and friendship in middle childhood. Poster presented at the Jean Piaget Society Annual Conference, Chicago, IL.
Audley-Piotrowski, S. R., Hsueh, Y., & Cohen, R. (April, 2013). Respect and peer social competence: Is it better to be respectful or respected? Poster presented at the bi-annual conference of the Society for the Research on Child Development, Seattle, Washington.
Audley-Piotrowski, S. R., Tillery, R., Kuryluk, A., Hsueh, Y., & Cohen, R. (April, 2011). “So that’s my own meaning of respect”: Using children’s narratives to extend our understanding of respect in peer relations. In symposium: “OK, so get This”: What we get when we integrate children’s personal narratives with self- and peer-reports. Paper presented at the bi-annual conference of the Society for the Research on Child Development, Montreal, Canada.
Audley-Piotrowski, S.R., Sumner, M., Julian, K.B., & Donahue, S. (2010, June). Kindergarteners’ responses to moral, social-conventional transgressions and respect behaviors. Co-Chair in Symposium: Exploring Social Domain Theory to Enhance Research on Respect. Paper presented at the Jean Piaget Annual Conference, St. Louis, Mo.
Invited Presentations and Workshops
Audley, S.R., & Mikic, B. (May, 2017). Exploring the ABCs of Inclusive course design. Invited workshop for faculty development through the Sherred Center, Smith College, Northampton, MA.
Audley, S. R. (January, 2017). Discussion of Beverly Daniel Tatum’s book, Can We Talk Bout Race?, invited workshop for Teaching Arts Lunches, Smith College, Northampton, MA.
Audley-Piotrowski, S.R. (February, 2015). What makes teaching sink and float: Lemons, limes, and being ‘in it together’. Invited presentation for Teaching Arts Lunches, Smith College, Northampton, MA.
Baker, C., Van Dyne, S., Audley-Piotrowski, S., & Edy, S. (October, 2014). Teaching with the archives. Invited presentation for Teaching Arts Lunches, Smith College, Northampton, MA.
Audley-Piotrowski, S. R. (July, 2014). Understanding Modern Childhoods by Examining the Past. Workshop presented at Hidden Lives: Discovering Women’s History, Smith College, Northampton, MA.
Audley-Piotrwoski, S. R., & Jessika Boles (August, 2011). “E” is for Emotion Regulation: Helping Preschoolers Develop the Skills They Need for Classroom Success. Workshop presented during In-service for Germantown Baptist Church Preschool, Germantown, TN.
Audley-Piotrowski, S.R., & Donahue, S. (2010, April). Fostering Preschool Children’s Perception of Rules and Respect in the Classroom: A Research Based Approach. Workshop presented at the annual regional conference of Memphis Association for the Education of Young Children , Memphis, TN.
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