Research

Published Journal Articles:

Markle, Gail. Forthcoming in the Journal of Global Initiatives, "The Emergence, Persistence, and Success of the Cuban Social Movement Las Damas de Blanco."

Markle, Gail, and Danelle Dyckhoff Stelzreide. 2020. "Comparing First-Generation Students to Continuing-Generation Students and the Impact of a First-Generation Learning Community." Innovative Higher Education

Markle,  Gail. 2019. “Crushing Debt or Savvy Strategy? Financial Literacy and Student                  Perceptions of their Student Loan Debt.” Journal of Student Financial Aid 49(1).

Markle, Gail. 2019. “Understanding Pro-Environmental Behavior in the U.S.: Insights from Grid    Group Cultural Theory and Cognitive Sociology.” Sustainability 11(2) 532.

Markle, Gail. 2017. “Factors Influencing Achievement in Undergraduate Research        Methods Courses: A Mixed Methods Analysis.” Teaching Sociology 45(2): 105-115.

Adelman, Robert, Lesley Williams Reid, Gail Markle, Saskia Weiss, and Charles Jaret. 2016. “Urban Crime Rates and the Changing Face of Immigration: Evidence across Four Decades.” Journal of Ethnicity in Criminal Justice 15(1):52-77.

Treiber, Linda, Gail Markle, and Brandon Attell. 2016. “Cascading Losses: A Case Study of Suffering from AIDS and Head and Neck Cancer. Illness, Crisis, and Loss 24(4) 217-235.

Markle, Gail. 2015. “Factors Influencing Persistence among Nontraditional University Students.”  Adult Education Quarterly 65(3): 267-285.

Markle, Gail, Brandon Attell, and Linda Treiber. 2015.  “Dual, yet Dueling Illnesses: Multiple Chronic   Illness Experience.”  Qualitative Health Research 25(9):1271-1282.

Markle, Gail. 2014. “Accounting for the Performance of Environmentally Significant Behavior: The  Symbolic Significance of Recycling.” Symbolic Interaction 37(2): 246- 263.

Markle, Gail. 2013. “Pro-Environmental Behavior: Does It Matter How It’s Measured? Development   and Validation of the Pro-Environmental Behavior Scale (PEBS).” Human Ecology 41(6): 905-914.

Markle, Gail. 2011. “Constructions of Citizenship among Multinational Corporations.” International   Journal of Business and Social Science 2(24): 283-291.

Markle, Gail. 2008. “‘Can Women Have Sex Like a Man?’: Sexual Scripts in Sex and the City.”      Sexuality and Culture 12(1):45-57.

Markle, Gail, Sandra Spencer, Dale Yeatts, and Rudy Seward. 2007. “Work and Family Conflict:  Expectations and Planning Among Female College Students.” Free Inquiry in Creative Sociology   35(2): 1-12.                                                                    

Ongoing Research Projects:

Markle, Gail. “Don’t Get Me Wrong, I Hate Them”: Sea Turtle Conservation and Intergroup Threat.   Manuscript in revision.

Markle, Gail. “Las Damas de Blanco: Women’s Human Rights Activism in Cuba.” Manuscript in   development.

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