Publications

  • Langhout, R.D., & Fernández, J.S. (2018). Reconsidering citizenship models and the case for cultural citizenship: Implications for a social psychology of social justice. In P. Hammack (Ed.), Oxford handbook of social psychology and social justice (pp. 59-82). New York: Oxford University Press.
  • Franco-Zamuido, J. & Langhout, R.D. (2018). Creating opportunities for student engagement. In L.R. Tropp (Ed.), Making research matter: A psychologist’s guide to public engagement (pp. 177-193). Washington D.C.: APA Books.
  • Ellison, R.E. & Langhout, R.D. (2017). Sensitive topics and refusal in network studies: An ethical examination of systematic exclusion and secondary participation. American Journal of Community Psychology, 60, 327-335.
  • Langhout, R.D. (2016). This is not a history lesson; this is agitation: A call for a methodology of diffraction in U.S.-based community psychology. American Journal of Community Psychology, 58(3/4), 322-328.
  • Kohfeldt, D., Bowen, A.R., & Langhout, R.D. (2016). “They think kids are stupid:” yPAR and confrontations with institutionalized power as contexts for children’s identity work. Revista Puertorriqueña de Psicología, 27(2), 276-291.
  • Langhout, R.D., Ellison, E.R., Kohfeldt, D., Nguyen, A., Fernández, J.S., Silva, J.M., Gordon Jr, D.L., & Tam Rosas, S. (2016). Thinking through our processes: How the UCSC Community Psychology Research & Action Team strives to embody ethical, critically reflexive anti-racist feminist praxis. Global Journal of Community Psychology Practice, 7(4), 1-11.
  • Ellison, E., & Langhout, R.D. (2016). Collaboration across difference: A joint autoethnographic examination of power and whiteness in the higher education anti-budget cuts movement. Race, Ethnicity, and Education, 19(6), 1319-1334.
  • Silva, J.M., & Langhout, R.D. (2016). Moving toward an empowering first grade classroom for working class and working poor Latina/o children: An exploratory analysis. The Urban Review, 48, 149-174.
  • Langhout, R.D., Fernández, J.S., Wyldbore, D., & Savala, J. (2016). Photovoice and house meetings within participatory action research. In L. A. Jason & D. S. Glenwick (Eds). Handbook of methodological approaches to community-based research: Qualitative, quantitative, and mixed methods. New York, NY: Oxford University Press.
  • Silva, J.M., Langhout, R.D., Kohfeldt, D., & Gurrola, E. (2015). “Good” and “bad” kids? A race and gender analysis of effective behavioral support in an elementary school. Urban Education, 50(7), 787-811.
  • Fernández, J.S., Nguyen, A. & Langhout, R.D. (2015). What’s the story? Concept mapping with elementary school-aged youth in a yPAR after-school program. International Journal for Research on Extended Education, 3(1), 24-38.
  • Langhout, R.D. (2015). Considering community psychology competencies: A love letter to budding scholar-activists who wonder if they have what it takes. American Journal of Community Psychology, 55(3), 266-278.
  • Grace, S.E. & Langhout, R.D. (2014). Questioning our questions: Assessing question asking practices to evaluate a yPAR program. Urban Review, 46(4), 703-724.
  • Langhout, R.D., & Fernández, J.S. (2014). Empowerment evaluation conducted by 4th and 5th grade students. In D. Fetterman, S. Kaftarian, & A. Wandersman (Eds.), Empowerment evaluation: Knowledge and tools for self-assessment, evaluation capacity building, and accountability (pp. 193-232). Thousand Oakes, CA: Sage.
  • Langhout, R.D. (2014). Photovoice as a methodology. In Castañeda, X., Rodriguez-Lainz, A., & Schenker M.B. (Eds.), Migration and health research methodologies: A handbook for the study of migrant populations (p. 327-342). Berkeley: UC Press.
  • Langhout, R.D., Collins, C., & Ellison, E.R. (2014). Examining relational empowerment for elementary school students in a yPAR program. American Journal of Community Psychology, 3, 369-381.
  • Fernández, J.S., & Langhout, R.D. (2014). “A community with diversity of culture, wealth, resources, and living experiences:” Defining neighborhood in an unincorporated area. American Journal of Community Psychology, 53(1-2), 122-133.
  • Langhout, R.D., Kohfeldt, D., Chamberlain, A., Cruz, I., Rock, T., & Emmert, S. (2013). The praxis assignment: Experiential learning in a large social-community psychology class. Journal of Prevention and Intervention in the Community, 41(2), 61-67.
  • Langhout, R.D. (2012). Reflections on The Creation of Settings and the Future Societies: The roses and thorns. Journal of Community Psychology, 40, 215-218.
  • Kohfledt, D.M. & Langhout, R.D. (2012). The 5 whys: A tool for defining problems in yPAR. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 22, 316-329.
  • Langhout, R.D. (2011). Facilitating the development of social change agents. Human Development, 54, 339-342.
  • Langhout, R.D., Kohfeldt, D., & Ellison, E. (2011). How we became The Schmams: Conceptualizations of fairness in the decision-making process for Latina/o children. American Journal of Community Psychology, 48, 296-308.
  • Silva, J.M. & Langhout, R.D. (2011). Cultivating agents of change in children: An ethnographic analysis. Theory and Research in Social Education, 39, 61-91.
  • Kohfeldt, D., Chhun, L., Grace, S., & Langhout, R.D. (2011). Youth empowerment in context: Exploring tensions in school-based yPAR. American Journal of Community Psychology, 47, 28-45.
  • Langhout, R.D., & Thomas, E. (2010). Imagining participatory action research in collaboration with children: An introduction. American Journal of Community Psychology, 46, 60-66.
  • Ren, J., & Langhout, R.D. (2010). A recess evaluation with the players. American Journal of Community Psychology, 46, 124-138.
  • Dworski-Riggs, D., & Langhout, R.D. (2010). Elucidating the power in empowerment and the participation in participatory action research: A story about research team and elementary school change. American Journal of Community Psychology, 45, 215-230.
  • Langhout, R.D., Drake, P., & Rosselli, F. (2009). Classism in the academy: Antecedents and outcomes. Journal of Diversity in Higher Education, 2, 166-181.
  • Langhout, R.D., & Mitchell, C.A. (2008). Engaging contexts: Drawing the link between student and teacher experiences of the hidden curriculum. Journal of Community and Applied Social Psychology, 18, 593-614.
  • Buchanan, N.T., Settles, I., & Langhout, R.D. (2007). Black women’s coping styles, psychological well-being, and work-related outcomes following sexual harassment. Black Women, Gender, and Families, 1, 100-120.
  • Langhout, R.D., Rosselli, F., & Feinstein, J. (2007). What’s class got to do with it? Assessing classism in academic settings. Review of Higher Education: Journal of the Association for the Study of Higher Education, 30, 145-184.
  • Langhout, R.D. (2006). Where am I? Locating myself and its implications for collaborative research. American Journal of Community Psychology, 37, 267-264.
  • Langhout, R. D., Bergman, M. E., Cortina, L. M., Fitzgerald, L. F., Drasgow, F., & Hunter Williams, J. (2005). Sexual harassment severity: Assessing situational and personal determinants and outcomes. Journal of Applied Social Psychology, 35, 975-1007.
  • Langhout, R.D. (2005). Acts of resistance: Student (in)visibility. Culture & Psychology, 11, 123-158.
    (Translated and reprinted as (2007). Atti di resistenza. L’(in)visibilitá degli studenti. In Psicologia Scolastica, 6(1), 93-130.)
  • Langhout, R.D. (2005). Qualitative methods. In N.J. Salkind (Ed.). Encyclopedia of human development. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
  • Litovich, M.L., & Langhout, R.D. (2004). Framing heterosexism in lesbian families: A preliminary examination of resilient coping. Journal of Community & Applied Social Psychology, 14, 411-435.
  • Langhout, R.D. (2004). Facilitators and inhibitors of positive school feelings: An exploratory study. American Journal of Community Psychology, 34, 111-127.
  • Langhout, R. D., Rhodes, J. E., & Osborne, L. (2004). An exploratory study of youth mentoring in an urban context: Adolescents’ perceptions of relationship styles. Journal of Youth and Adolescence, 33, 293-306.
  • Langhout, R.D. (2003). Reconceptualizing quantitative and qualitative methods: A case study dealing with place as an exemplar. American Journal of Community Psychology, 32, 229-244.
  • Langhout, R. D., Rappaport, J., & Simmons, D. (2002). Integrating community into school reform: Community gardening, community involvement, and project-based learning. Urban Education, 37, 323-349.
  • Bergman, M. E, Langhout, R. D., Palmieri, P. A., Cortina, L. M., & Fitzgerald, L. F. (2002). The (un)reasonableness of reporting: Antecedents and consequences of reporting sexual harassment. Journal of Applied Psychology, 87, 230-242.
  • Litovich, M.L., & Langhout, R.D. (2002). Children in lesbian and gay households: The gap between public policy and social science research. The Community Psychologist, 35(3), 14-15.
  • Langhout, R.D. (2002). Reviewed work: “The wages of seeking help: Sexual exploitation by professionals” by Carol Bohmer. Contemporary Sociology, 31, 193-194.
  • Cortina, L. M., Magley, V. J., Hunter Williams, J., & Langhout, R. D. (2001). General incivility in the workplace: Incidence and impact. Journal of Occupational Health Psychology, 6, 64-80.