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DUANE A. GILL
March 2016 CURRENT POSITION Professor of Sociology Department of Sociology Oklahoma State University 431 Murray Hall Stillwater, OK 74078-4062 405-744-6104 EDUCATION Ph.D. Sociology, Texas A&M University, College Station, Texas, May, 1986.
Dissertation Title: A Disaster Impact Assessment Model: An Empirical Study of a Technological Disaster.
M.A. Sociology, Kansas State University, Manhattan, Kansas, August, 1980. Thesis Title: The Social Circle of Catfishermen. B.A. Sociology, Central College, Pella, Iowa, May, 1978. AREAS OF RESEARCH AND TEACHING INTEREST Environmental Sociology Theory (classical and contemporary) Sociology of Disasters Qualitative Methods Community Natural Resources Rural Sociology Applied Sociology Social Impact Assessment Sport and Leisure Indigenous Studies TEACHING EXPERIENCE July 2009 present: Department of Sociology, Oklahoma State University January 1988 June 2009: Department of Sociology, Mississippi State University. September 1998 - June 1999: Fulbright Scholar, University of Bahrain. January 1986 - December 1986: Lecturer, Department of Sociology, Texas A&M University. Sept 1982 Dec 1985: Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of Sociology, Texas A&M University. 1978-1980: Graduate Teaching Assistant, Department of Sociology, Kansas State University.
COURSES TAUGHT Environment and Society Contemporary Social Theory Sociology of Disaster Undergraduate Social Theory Human Ecology Introductory Sociology Social Impact Analysis Marriage and Family Sociology of Sport Social Problems RESEARCH EXPERIENCE August 2015 December 2015: Fulbright Visiting Research Chair in Native Peoples and Communities,
University of Alberta, Canada. July 2009 present: Professor of Sociology, Department of Sociology, Oklahoma State University January 1988 June 2009: Research Professor, Social Science Research Center, Mississippi Agricultural
and Forestry Experiment Station, Mississippi State University. July 1, 1991 - August 31, 1991: Research Associate for Earthwatch Center for Field Studies project Valdez:
The Human Costs. Field activities took place in the Alaskan communities of Cordova and Valdez. September 1986 - December 1987: Post-Doctorate Research Associate, Department of Recreation and Parks,
Texas A&M University. August 1981 - September 1982: Graduate Research Assistant, Department of Rural Sociology, Texas A&M
University. April 1980 - August 1980: Biological Technician, Environmental Office, DFE, Fort Riley, Kansas. BOOKS Picou, J.S., D.A. Gill and M.J. Cohen (eds.). 1997. The Exxon Valdez Disaster: Readings on a Modern
Social Problem. Dubuque, IA: Kendall-Hunt. (Second printing, 1999; Third printing 2008 Delhi, India: Indo American Books).
JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS Gill, D.A., L.A. Ritchie. J.S. Picou, J. Langhinrichsen-Rohling, M.A. Long, and J.W. Shenesey. 2014. The
Exxon and BP Oil Spills: A Comparison of Psychosocial Impacts. Natural Hazards. (DOI) 10.1007/s11069-014-1280-7.
Ritchie, L.A., D.A. Gill and C. Farnham. 2013. Recreancy Revisited: Beliefs about Institutional Failure
Following the Exxon Valdez Oil Spill. Society and Natural Resources 26:655-671 (2012, DOI: 10.1080/08941920.2012.690066).
Gill, D.A., J.S. Picou, and L.A. Ritchie. 2012. The Exxon Valdez and BP Oil Spills: A Comparison of Initial
Social and Psychological Impacts. American Behavioral Scientist 56(1):3-23. Ritchie, L.A., D.A. Gill and J.S. Picou. 2011. The BP Disaster and Social Distress: A Rerun of the Exxon
Valdez? Contexts 10(3):30-35.
JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS (continued) Paton, D., B.F. Houghton, C.E. Gregg, D. McIvor, D.M. Johnston, P.T. Brgelt, P. Larin, D.A. Gill, L.A.
Ritchie, S. Meinhold and J. Horan. 2009. Managing Tsunami Risk: Social Context Influences on Preparedness. Journal of Pacific Rim Psychology 3(1):27-37.
Paton, D., B.F. Houghton, C.E. Gregg, D.A. Gill, L.A. Ritchie, D. McIvor, P. Larin, S. Meinhold, J. Horan,
and D. Johnson. 2008. Managing Tsunami Risk in Coastal Communities: Identifying Predictors of Preparedness. Australian Journal of Emergency Management 23(1):4-9.
Ritchie, L.A. and D.A. Gill. 2008. The Selendang Ayu Shipwreck and Oil Spill: Considering Threats and
Fears of a Worst Case Scenario. Sociological Inquiry 78(2):184-206. Gill, D.A. 2007. Secondary Trauma or Secondary Disaster? Insights from Hurricane Katrina. Sociological
Spectrum 27(6):613-632. Gill, D.A. 2007. Disaster Research and Hurricane Katrina: Guest Editors Introduction. Sociological
Spectrum 27(6):609-612. Gill, D.A., L. Clarke, M.J. Cohen, L.A. Ritchie, A. Ladd, B. Marshall, and S. Meinhold. 2007. Post-Katrina
Guiding Principles of Disaster Social Science Research. Sociological Spectrum 27(6):789-792. Gill, D.A., A.E. Ladd, and J. Marszalek. 2007. College Students Experiences with Hurricane Katrina: A
Comparison between Students from Mississippi State University and Three New Orleans Universities. Journal of the Mississippi Academy of Sciences 52(4):262-280.
Ladd, A.E., D.A. Gill, and J. Marszalek. 2007. Riders from the Storm: Disaster Narratives of Relocated
New Orleans College Students in the Aftermath of Hurricane Katrina. Journal of Public Management and Social Policy 13(2):51-80.
McMillen, R., D.A. Gill, and N. Valentine. 2007. The Leading Health Indicators of Mississippi: A Report
from the 2004 Mississippi Health Assessment. Journal of the Mississippi State Medical Association 48(1):354-359.
McSpirit, S., S. Scott, D. Gill, S. Hardesty, and D. Sims. 2007. Risk Perceptions after a Coal Waste
Impoundment Failure: A Survey Assessment. Southern Rural Sociology 22(2):83-110. Ritchie, L.A. and D.A. Gill. 2007. Voices of Katrina: Guest Editors Introduction. Journal of Public
Management and Social Policy 13(2):1-4. Ritchie, L.A. and D.A. Gill. 2007. Social Capital Theory as an Integrating Theoretical Framework in
Technological Disaster Research. Sociological Spectrum 27:103-129. Green, J. J., D. A. Gill, and A. M. Kleiner. 2006. From Vulnerability to Resiliency: Assessing Impacts and
Responses to Disaster. Southern Rural Sociology 21(2):100-110.
JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS (continued) Parisi, D., S.M. Grice, M. Taquino, and D. A. Gill. 2005. Community Concentration of Poverty and its
Consequences on Nonmetro County Persistence of Poverty in Mississippi. Sociological Spectrum 25(4):469-483.
Parisi, D., D.A. Harris, S.M. Grice, M. Taquino, and D.A. Gill. 2005. Does the TANF Work-First
Initiative Promote Successful Welfare-to-Work Transitions? Journal of Poverty 9(1):65-81. Bowman, J.L., B.D. Leopold, F.J. Vilella, and D.A. Gill. 2004. A Spatially Explicit Model, Derived from
Demographic Variables, to Predict Attitudes Toward Balck Bear Restoration. Journal of Wildlife Management 68(2):223-232.
Parisi, D., S. M. Grice, M. Taquino, and D.A. Gill. 2004. Civic Responsibility and the Environment:
Linking Local Conditions to Environmental Activeness Society and Natural Resources 17:97-112. Picou, J.S., B.K. Marshall, and D.A. Gill. 2004. Disaster, Litigation and the Corrosive Community. Social
Forces 82(4):1493-1522. Marshall, B. K., J.S. Picou, and D.A. Gill. 2003. Terrorism as Disaster: Selected Commonalities and Long-
Term Recovery for 9/11 Survivors. Research in Social Problems and Public Policy 11:73-96. McMillen, R., L. Dawson, E. Jones, and D.A. Gill. 2003. A Community Health Assessment of the North
Mississippi Health Services Catchment Area. Journal of the Mississippi State Medical Association 44(5):135-140.
Parisi, D., D. K. McLaughlin, S.M. Grice, M. Taquino, and D.A. Gill. 2003. TANF Participation Rates: Do
Community Conditions Matter? Rural Sociology 68(4):491-512. Parisi, D., M. Taquino, S.M. Grice, and D.A. Gill. 2003. Promoting Environmental Democracy Using GIS
as a Means to Integrate Community into the EPA BASINS Approach. Society and Natural Resources 16(1):205-219.
Schramm, H.L. Jr., P.D. Gerard, and D.A. Gill. 2003. The Importance of Environmental Quality and Catch
Potential to Fishing Site Selection by Freshwater Anglers in Mississippi. North American Journal of Fisheries Management 23:512-522.
Parisi, D., S.M. Grice, M. Taquino, and D.A. Gill. 2002. Building Capacity for Community Efficacy for
Economic Development in Mississippi. Journal of Community Development Society 33(2):19-38. Parisi, D., S.M. Grice, M. Taquino, and D.A. Gill. 2002. Social Capital, Structural Conditions, and
Mortality: A Study of Nonmetropolitan Counties in Mississippi. Southern Rural Sociology 18(2)111-129.
Taquino, M., D. Parisi and D.A. Gill. 2002. Units of Analysis and the Environmental Justice Hypothesis:
The Case of Industrial Hog Farms. Social Science Quarterly 83(1):298-316.
JOURNAL PUBLICATIONS (continued) Bowman, J., B. Leopold, F. Vilella, D. Gill, and H. Jacobson. 2001. Attitudes of Landowners
Toward Black Bears Compared Between Areas of High and Low Bear Populations. URSUS 12:153-160.
Miller, D.S., D.A. Gill and J.S. Picou. 2000. Assigning Blame: The Interpretation of Social Narratives and Environmental Disasters. Southeastern Sociological Review 1:13-31.
Gill, D.A., H.L. Schramm, J.T. Forbes and G.S. Bray. 1999. Environmental Attitudes of Mississippi Catfish
Anglers. American Fisheries Society Symposium 24:407-415. Miller, D. S., J.J. Green and D.A. Gill. 1999. Bridging the Gap Bet