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Privacy, Poverty, and Punishment: How Surveillance in the Social Safety Net Penalizes Poor Black Mothers (Under contract with University of California Press)

Articles and Book Chapters

2018. Cayce C. Hughes. “From the Long Arm of the State to Eyes on the Street: How Poor African American Mothers Navigate Surveillance in the Social Safety Net.” Journal of Contemporary Ethnography (epub ahead of print).* Winner of the 2016 Best Graduate Student Paper Competition, Sociology and Social Welfare Division, Society for the Study of Social Problems

2018. Cayce C. Hughes. “Not out in the field: Studying privacy and disclosure as an invisible [trans] man.” In Other: Please Specify: Queer Methods in Sociology, edited by D’Lane Compton, Tey Meadow, and Kristen Schilt, 111-121. Berkeley: University of California Press.

2017. Cayce C. Hughes, Kristen Schilt, Bridget Gorman, Jenifer Bratter. “Framing the Faculty Gender Gap: A View from STEM Doctoral Students. Gender, Work & Organization. 24(4): 398- 416.

2013. Alexander G. Fiks, Robert W. Grundmeier, Stephanie Mayne, Lihai Song, Kristen Feemster, Dean Karavite, Cayce C. Hughes, James Massey, Ron Keren, Louis M. Bell, Richard Wasserman, Russell Localio. “Effectiveness of Decision Support for Families, Clinicians, or Both on HPV Vaccine Receipt.Pediatrics. 131(6): 1114-24              *Winner of the 2013 Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality Primary Care Practice-Based Research Networks Peer-Reviewed Manuscript Contest

2012. Stephanie Mayne, Dean Karavite, Robert W. Grundmeier, Russell Localio, Kristen Feemster, Elena DeBartolo, Cayce C. Hughes, Alexander G. Fiks. “The Implementation and Acceptability of an HPV Vaccination Decision Support System Directed at Both Clinicians and Families.AMIA Annual Symposium Proceedings. 2012: 616-624.

2012. Rachel A. Gooze, Cayce C. Hughes, Daniel F. Finkelstein, Robert C. Whitaker. “Obesity and Food Insecurity at the Same Table: How Head Start Programs Respond.” Preventing Chronic Disease. 9(3).

2012. Alexander G. Fiks, Stephanie Mayne, Cayce C. Hughes, et al. “Development of an Instrument to Measure Parents’ Preferences and Goals for ADHD Treatment.” Academic Pediatrics. 12(5): 445–455.

2011. Cayce C. Hughes, Amanda L. Jones, Kristen A. Feemster, Alexander G. Fiks. “HPV Vaccine Decision Making in Pediatric Primary Care: A Semi-Structured Interview Study.BMC Pediatrics. 11:74.

2011. Joanna Maselko, Cayce C. Hughes, Rose Cheney. “Religious Social Capital: Its Measurement and Utility in the Study of the Social Determinants of Health.” Social Science and Medicine. 73(5): 759-767.

2011. Alexander G. Fiks, Cayce C. Hughes, James P Guevara, Frances K Barg. “Contrasting Parents’ and Pediatricians’ Perspectives on Shared Decision Making: The example of ADHD.” Pediatrics. 127(1): 188-196.

2011. Alexander G. Fiks, Angela Gafen, Cayce C. Hughes, Kenya F. Hunter, Frances K. Barg. “Using Freelisting to Understand Shared Decision Making in ADHD: Parents’ and Pediatricians’ Perspectives.” Patient Education and Counseling. 84(2): 236-244.

2010. Cayce C. Hughes, Susan S. Sherman, Robert C. Whitaker. “How Low-income Mothers with Overweight Preschool Children Make Sense of Obesity.” Qualitative Health Research. 20(4): 465- 478.

2010. Cayce C. Hughes, Rachel A. Gooze, Daniel F. Finkelstein, Robert C. Whitaker. “Barriers to Obesity Prevention in Head Start.” Health Affairs. 29(3): 454-462.

2010. Rachel A. Gooze, Cayce C. Hughes, Daniel F. Finkelstein, Robert C. Whitaker. “Reaching Staff, Parents, and Community Partners to Prevent Childhood Obesity in Head Start.Preventing Chronic Disease. 7(3).

2009. Robert C. Whitaker, Rachel A. Gooze, Cayce C. Hughes, Daniel F. Finkelstein. “A National Survey of Obesity Prevention Practices in Head Start.” Archives of Pediatric and Adolescent Medicine. 163(12): 1144-50.