Faculty

Brian Soller

Assistant Professor of Sociology

Ph.D. Ohio State University, 2013

Email: bsoller@unm.edu

Office: SSCI 1108
Office phone: 505-277-3911

Research Areas

Crime and Social Control; Health and Medical; Social Networks

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Peer-Reviewed Articles

Browning, Christopher R., Brian Soller, Margo Gardner, and Jeanne Brooks-Gunn. 2013. “‘Feeling Disorder’ as a Comparative and Contingent Process: Gender, Neighborhood Conditions, and Adolescent Mental Health.” Forthcoming in Journal of Health and Social Behavior.

Haynie, Dana L., Brian Soller, and Kristi Williams. 2013. “Anticipating early fatality: Individual, peer, and school level fatality and adolescent risky behaviors.” Forthcoming in Journal of Youth and Adolescence.

Soller, Brian and Dana L. Haynie. 2013 “Structuring the future: Social networks, anticipated life events, and adolescent sexual behavior.” Forthcoming in Sociological Inquiry.

Soller, Brian and Juliet P. Lee. 2010 “Drug intake methods and social identity: The use of marijuana in blunts among Southeast Asian adolescents and emerging adults” Journal of Adolescent Research 25:783-806.

Book Chapters

Soller, Brian, and Christopher R. Browning. 2013. “Neighborhood effects and social networks.” In Bruinsma and Weisburd (Eds), The Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice.

Haynie, Dana L. and Brian Soller. 2013. “Social network analysis and the measurement of peer effects.” In Bruinsma and Weisburd (Eds), The Encyclopedia of Criminology and Criminal Justice.

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