The UC Irvine Libraries support
the Chancellor's Distinguished Fellows Series by providing a bibliography
of the works of each Fellow. The bibliographies are available in print
at the Langson and Science Libraries and at each public event.
2001 - 2002
Katherine S. Newman
UC Irvine Chancellor's Distinguished Fellow
A Selective Bibliography: The UC Irvine Libraries
February 19, 2002
Pauline Manaka, Anthropology and Sociology Bibliographer
The UC Irvine Libraries
Falling From Grace: Downward Mobility in the Age of Affluence.
ed. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 1999.
No Shame In My Game: The Working Poor in the Inner City. New
York, NY: Knopf and the Russell Sage Foundation, 1999. Main Lib. Call
No.: HV4045 .N48 1999
Declining Fortunes: The Withering of the American Dream. New
Basic Books, c1993. Main Lib. Call No.: HN90.S6 N47 1993
Falling From Grace: The Experience of Downward Mobility in the
Middle Class. New York, NY: Collier Macmillan, c1988. Main Lib. Call No.:
HN90.S65 N48 1988
Law and Economic Organization: A Comparative Study of Pre-industrial
Societies. New York, NY: Cambridge University Press, 1983. Main
Lib. Call No.: K190 .N48
"Kyesha's Dilemmas: Anthropological Perspectives on Welfare Reform." In For
Better and for Worse: Welfare Reform and the Well-being of Children
and Families, ed. Greg J. Duncan and P Lindsay Chase-Lansdale,
New York, N.Y: Russell Sage.
"Responsible to Whom? The Boundaries of Community in a Racially Divided
Society." In Legality and Community: On the Intellectual Legacy
of Philip Selznick ed. Philip Selznick, et. al. Berkeley, Calif.:
Berkeley Public Policy Press, 2002
"The Right (Soft) Stuff: Qualitative Methods and the Study of Welfare
Reform." In Studies of Welfare Populations: Data Collection and
Research Issues, ed. Robert Moffit et. al. Washington, DC : National
Academy Press, 2002.
"After Acheson: Lessons for American Policy on Inequality and Health." In Income,
Socioeconomic Status, and Health: Exploring the Relationships, ed.
James A.Auerbach and Barbara Kivimae Krimgold, Washington, DC: National
Policy Association: Academy for Health Services Research and Health
"Local Caring: Social Capital and Social Responsibility in New
Minority Neighborhoods." In Caring and Doing for Others: Social Responsibility
in the Domains of Family, Work and Community, ed. Alice S. Rossi. Chicago,
Ill: University of Chicago Press. 2001. 157-177. Main Lib. Call No.: HM665 .C37
"Urban Poverty After The Truly Disadvantaged: the Rediscovery of the
the Neighborhood, and Culture " co-authored with Mario Small. Annual Review
of Sociology, ed., John Hagan and Karen S. Cook, Palo Alto, Calif. 21: 2001
Main Lib. Call No.: HM 1 A8
"Working Poor, Working Hard." In Race, Class and Gender:
In Wadsworth Sociology Reader, ed., Margaret Andersen and Patricia Hill
Collins, Belmont, CA: Wadsworth Publishing. 259-263. 2000. Main Lib. Call No.:
HN59.2 .R32 2001
"On the Hire Wire: How the Working Poor Juggle Job and Family
Responsibilities." In Balancing Acts: Easing the Burdens and
Improving The Options for Working
Families: a Conference Volume, ed. Eileen Applebaum, Washington, D.C: Economic
Policy Institute. 2000.
"The Downsizing Epidemic in the U.S.: Toward a Cultural Analysis
Economic Dislocation." In Labour Market Changes and Job Instability,
81, ed. Jane Farrie et al. Copenhagen: World Health Organization Regional Publications,
"There's no Shame in My Game: Status and Stigma Among Harlem's
Poor." with Catherine Ellis, In The Cultural Territories of Race,
ed. Michelle Lamont. Chicago, Ill: University of Chicago Press, 1999. Main Lib.
Call No.: E185.615 .C85 1999
"Place and Race: Mid-life Experience in Harlem." In Welcome
Middle Age! And Other Cultural Fictions, ed. Richard Shweder. Chicago, Ill:
University of Chicago Press. 1998. 259-293. Main Lib. Call No.: HQ1059.4 .W45
"Inner City Labor Markets: Where the Jobs Aren't." In Disability:
Challenges in Social Insurance, Health Care Financing and Labor Market
Policy, ed. Virginia Reno et. al. Washington, D.C: National Academy
of Social Insurance, 1997. Main Lib. Call No.: HD7105.25.U6 D574
"Ethnography, Biography and Cultural History: Generational Paradigms
Human Development." In Ethnography and Human Development, ed. A.
Colby, R. Jessor and R. Schweder. Chicago, Ill: University of Chicago Press.
GN345 .E74 1996
"Working Poor Adolescents: The Meaning of Work in the Lives of Harlem
Youth." In Transitions through Adolescence: Interpersonal Domains
and Context, ed. Julia A, Jeanne Brooks-Gunn and Anne C. Petersen.
Yahweh, NJ: Erlbaum Associates, Inc. 1996. Main Lib. Call No.: BF724
"Finding Work in the Inner City: How Hard is it Now? How hard
be for AFDC Recipients?" With Chauncy Lennon, In Working Paper; #76, New
York, NY: Russell Sage Foundation, 1995.
"Overcoming Poverty: What the Research Demonstrates." A
Breakfast Seminar, Friday, March 24, 1995, 8:00 a.m. to 10:00 a.m.,
B-340 Rayburn House Office Building moderator, Howard J. Silver; speakers, Sheldon
H. Danziger, James H. Johnson, Katherine S. Newman, Consortium of Social Science
Associations, funded by the Ford Foundation. Washington, DC. : The Consortium,
"The Employer Consortium: Improving Job Mobility for Low-wage
in the Inner City." In Working Paper #69, New York: NY: Russell Sage
"Amerind Statement: Toward an Engaged Anthropology." co-authored
with the members of the AAA Presidential Panel on Disorders of Industrial
In Diagnosing America. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press, 1994.
"Deindustrialization, Downward Mobility and Poverty: Toward An
of Economic Disorder." In Diagnosing America. Ann Arbor, Michigan:
University of Michigan Press. 1994.
"Response and Coverage." With N. Schaeffer and M. Weeks,
People in the Information Age, ed. D. Steffey and N. Bradburn, Washington
DC: National Academy Press. 1994. Main Lib. Call No.: HA37.U55 N352 1994
"Troubled Times: The Cultural Dimensions of Economic Decline." In Understanding
American Economic Decline ed. M. Bernstein and D.Alder. Cambridge,
Mass: Cambridge University Press. 1994. Main Lib. Call No.: HC106.5
"Uncertain seas: Cultural Turmoil and the Domestic Economy." In America
at Century's End, ed., Alan Wolfe. Berkeley, CA: University of
Press, 1991. HN59.2 .A44 1991
"The Economy, Work, and Family Life." with Maxine Baca Zinc,
Sandra Scarr, Deborah Philips, Kathleen McCartney, Arlie Hochschild,
Anne Machung. In Family in Transition: Rethinking Marriage, Sexuality,
Child Rearing, and Family
Organization, ed. Arlene S. Skolnick, and Jerome H. Skolnick, New York, NY:
HarperCollins, 1992. Main Lib. Call No.: HQ518. F336 1989
"Women and Law: Land Tenure in Africa." In Women and World
Change, ed., N.Black and A. Cottrell. Beverly Hills, CA: Sage
120-138. Main Lib. Call No.: HQ1106 .W65 1981
"Incipient Bureaucracy: The Development of Hierarchy in Egalitarian
In Hierarchy and Society: Anthropological Perspectives on Bureaucracy,
ed., R. Cohen and G. Britan. Philadelphia, Pittsburgh: ISHI Press, 1980. Main
Lib. Call No.: HM131. H514
"Hard Times on 125th Street: Harlem's Poor and the Crisis
Reform." The American Anthropologist 103: 3 (2001): 762-779. Main Lib.
Call No.: GN 1 A5
"What is to be Done?" Aspects of Policy Implications for
Research - Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences 896 (2000): 278-281.
Main Lib. Call No.: Q11 .N5
"In the Long Run: Careers Patterns and Cultural Expectations
in the Low
wage Labor Force." Journal of African American Public Policy 6: 1
"When City and Country Collide: Managing Growth In The Metropolitan
Fringe." With T. Daniels, Professional Geographer 52: 3
(Aug 2000): 569-570. Main
Lib. Call No.: G3 .P7
"Job Availability: Achilles Heel of Welfare Reform." National
Forum 76:3 (Summer, 1996): 20-24. Main Lib. Call No.: LJ 85 P45
"Working Poor, Working Hard: Plight of the Working Poor." The Nation, 263:4
(July 29, 1996): 20-24 Main Lib. Call No.: AP 2 N2
"Dead-end Jobs: a Way Out." Brookings Review 13:4
24-28. Main Lib. Call No.: H 1 B76
"What Scholars Can Tell Politicians About the Poor." Education
(Oct 1995): 15-19. Main Lib. Call No.: L 11 E21
"The Job Ghetto." with Chauncy Lennon The American Prospect 22
(Summer, 1995): 66-68.
"Is a Generation Heading for Oblivion?" Newsday (Nov.
"Culture of Complaint: Economic Attitudes, Planning '94: Consumers" with
Jon Berry, Robert Bellah, and others. Brandweek 34:30 (July
"The Trashing of Free Trade: the New Gospel Argues that an Open
Economy is Bad for America Don't Believe it." with Marc Levinson, Newsweek 122:
2 (July 12, 1993): 42-46. Main Lib. Call No.: AP 7 B8
"Trade Brings no Joy to Pleasanton." Newsweek (July
44. Main Lib. Call No.: AP 7 B8
"Culture and Structure in The Truly Disadvantaged." City
and Society 6: 1 (June 1992): 3-25.
"PATCO Lives! Stigma, Heroism, and Symbolic Transformations." Cultural
Anthropology 2: 3 (1987) 319-346. Main Lib. Call No.: GN 301
"Symbolic Dialects and Generations of Women: Variation in the
of Post-divorce Downward Mobility American Ethnologist 13:2 (May 1986):
230-252. Main Lib. Call No.: GN 1 A53
"A Compliance Resource Theory of Regulatory Failure: A Case Study
of O.S.H.A." International Journal of Sociology and Social
Policy 5: 1 (1985): 29-53.
"Turning Your Back on Tradition: Symbolic Analysis and Moral
in a Plant Shutdown." Urban Anthropology 14: 1-3 (Spring/Fall, 1985):
109-150. Main Lib. Call No.: HT 101 U6723
"Urban anthropology and the Deindustrialization Paradigm." Urban
Anthropology 14:1-3 (1985): 5-19. Main Lib. Call No.: HT 101
"Ethnoscience vs. Cultural Materialism: A Study in False Oppositions." Kroeber
Anthropological Society Papers 51-52 (1978): 44-48.
"Social Status and Minority Recruit Performance: Some Implications
Affirmative Action Programs." with R. Booth Sociological Quarterly 18:
(1977) 564-573. Main Lib. Call No.: HM 1 S675
"Administrative Tasks In Special Education." Exceptional
Children 36:7 (1970): 521-524. Main Lib. Call No.: LC 3950 E9
Desperate Hours. (Book World)(Review) Washington Post (June 10, 2001):
"Ain't no Makin' It." Jay GMLeod American Ethnologist,
(August 1996): 644-646. Main Lib. Call No.: GN 1 A53
"Getting a Job: A Study of Contacts and Careers." Mark Granovetter, Contemporary Sociology 25:3
(May 1996): 391-3. Main Lib. Call No.:
HM 1 C65
"Living on the Edge." Mark Rank, Social Service Review 70:1
(March 1996): 159-161. Main Lib. Call No.: HV 1 S47
"Tell them who I am: the Lives of Homeless Women." Elliot
Liebow, Contemporary Sociology, 23, 1, (Jan 1994): 43-44. Main
Lib. Call No.: HM
"Documenting America, 1935-1943." Carl Fleischhauer and
Brannan American Anthropologist 92:3 (Sept 1990): 834-6. Main Lib. Call
No.: GN 1 A5
"Fear of Falling: The Inner Life of the Middle Class." Barbara
Ehrenreich, Psychology Today 23:10 (Oct 1989): 71-3. Main Lib.
Call No.: BF 1 P8
"Reconstructing Reality in the Courtroom." W.L.Bennett and
M. Feldman Trans-action of Society 21: 2, (Jan-Feb, 1984): 93-94.
"Law and Economic Organization: A Comparative Study of Preindustrial
Societies." Robert M. Hayden, American Anthropologist,
86: 4 (Dec 1984): 1026-1028.
GN 1 A5
"Law in Radically Different Culture." John Barton et.al, Columbia
Journal of Transnational Law. 22:2 (1984): 413-417. Main Lib.
Call No.: KJ
"Work Hazards and Industrial Conflict." Carl Gersuny, Contemporary
Sociology 11: 6 (Nov 1982): 736. Main Lib. Call No.: HM 1 C65
"Dispute and Settlement in Rural Turkey." J. Starr, International
Journal of the Sociology of Law 9: (1981): 116-119. Main Lib.
Call No.: HV
"The Use/Nonuse/Misuse of Applied Social Science in the Courts." Contemporary
Sociology 10: 6 (Nov 1981) 851-852. Main Lib. Call No.: HM 1
"Difference and Dominance." B. Thorne & N. Henley, Contemporary Sociology 6:6(1977)
666-667. Main Lib. Call No.: HM 1 C65
"Code of the Streets." with Elijah Anderson Philadelphia
Inquirer (Aug. 15, 1999): H1
"Off Welfare, Working Poor Still Stumble." Boston Globe (June
20, 1999): E1
"To Prevent Teen-age Pregnancy, Think Jobs." New York
Times (Aug. 16 1995): A16. Editorial/Letters. NEWSPAPER Cur Per
"What Scholars Can Tell Politicians About the Poor." Chronicle
of Higher Education, (June 23 1995) B1-2. LB 2300
"What inner-city Jobs for Welfare Moms? The Republican Congress'
Welfare Reform Proposal." New York Times 144 (May 20, 1995):
NEWSPAPER Cur Per Rm.
"No Room for the Young: Americans want Republicans like Bob Dole
to Quit Standing in the Way of President Clinton's Economic Reforms." New
York Times 142: 4 (May 16, 1993): E17 (N), E17 (L). NEWSPAPER Cur