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					                                        BRIAN JOSEPH GILLESPIE
                                             Department of Sociology
                                             University of California, Irvine
                                             Irvine, CA 92697
                                             Email: bgillesp@uci.edu


                                              EDUCATION

Ph.D., Sociology, A.B.D. (Degree Expected 06/2012)
       University of California, Irvine
       Emphases: Life Course, Demography, Education, and Research Methods & Design

       Dissertation Title: “Exploring Geographic Mobility: Contextual Considerations for Adolescents
                             and Families.”

       Using multiple panel data sets spanning more than ten years, I investigate the effects of residential
       mobility on child and family outcomes. Specifically, I use hierarchical panel modeling to examine
       the effects of different aspects of moving on changes in parenting processes and subsequent
       adolescent behavior problems. Given that poor families are often characterized by unstable
       residential arrangements necessitating relocation, it is especially important to understand how
       moving is related to family dynamics and ultimately to the child outcomes important to success in
       adulthood.

       Dissertation Committee: Judith Treas (Chair), Greg Duncan, George Farkas, Susan K. Brown,
                               and Catherine Bolzendahl

       Field Examinations: Family, Life Course, and Sexuality
                           Population and Demography

M.A., Demography, 2008
       University of California, Irvine
       Graduate Program in Demographic and Social Analysis

M.A., Sociology, 2006
       California State University, Los Angeles
       Emphases: Social Psychology, Research Methodology

B.A., Sociology, 2004
       California State University, Los Angeles
       Emphasis: Marriage and Family

C.A., Child Maltreatment and Family Violence Institute, 2004
       Accredited by California State University in Los Angeles, CA

                             AWARDS, GRANTS, AND FELLOWSHIPS

(2011) National Science Foundation ($14,911)
International Doctoral Dissertation Enhancement Grant

(2011) Clifford C. Clogg Fellowship ($5,000)
ASA Section on Methodology
(2011) Distinguished Paper Award
Center of Expertise on Migration and Health
University of California, Berkeley

(2011) Summer Research Fellowship ($1,500)
Department of Sociology, University of California, Irvine

(2010) Associate Dean’s Fellowship ($5,500)
School of Social Sciences, University of California, Irvine

(2008) Regents’ Fellowship ($5,000)
School of Social Sciences, University of California, Irvine

(2007) Regents’ Fellowship ($5,000)
School of Social Sciences, University of California, Irvine

                                            PUBLICATIONS

Grov, Christian, Brian Joseph Gillespie, Tracy Royce, and Janet Lever. 2011. “Perceived
       Consequences of Casual Online Sexual Activities on Heterosexual Relationships.” Archives of
       Sexual Behavior 40(2): 429-39.

Lever, Janet, Christian Grov, Tracy Royce, and Brian Joseph Gillespie. 2008. “Evaluating
       Internet Personals Use by Sexual Orientation, Gender, and Age.” The International Journal of
       Sexual Health 20(4): 233-46.

Gillespie, Brian Joseph. 2011. “Five Questions to George Farkas.” Sociology of Education Section
       Newsletter 14(1): 6-9.

                              UNDER REVIEW OR IN PREPARATION

Demography and Life Course

Gillespie, Brian Joseph. “The Effect of Residential Mobility on Adolescent Educational Achievement and
       Behavior Problems” (Dissertation chapter under review at Youth & Society).

Gillespie, Brian Joseph. “Does Intergenerational Solidarity Buffer the Negative Effects of Residential
       Mobility? Evidence for U.S. Children” (Under review at Field Action Science Reports).

Gillespie, Brian Joseph and Georgiana Bostean. “Socioeconomic Status, Residential Mobility and
       Health.” (Chapter Proposal Under Review for Poverty in America: Health and Well-Being among
       the Vulnerable, Volume III: Place, Race and Health. Kevin Fitzpatrick (Ed.).

Gillespie, Brian Joseph, David Frederick, Tracy Royce, and Janet Lever. “Adult Friendship
       and the Life Course” (in draft).

Gillespie, Brian Joseph, Tracy Royce, and Janet Lever. “Gay and Lesbian Friendship and the Life Course:
       A Research Note” (in progress).

Gillespie, Brian Joseph and Renee Ellis. “Residential Mobility Origin and Destination: Adolescent and
       Family Outcomes” (Proposal in progress to access confidential NLSY data).
Households and Families

Treas, Judith, and Brian Joseph Gillespie. “Sex and Family: Changes and Challenges.” The Wiley
        Blackwell Companion to the Sociology of Families. 2nd edition. Judith Treas, Jacqueline Scott,
        and Martin Richards (Eds.) (Book Chapter in Progress).

Gillespie, Brian Joseph. “Residential Mobility and Parenting Processes: A Multilevel Longitudinal
       Analysis” (in Progress).

Gillespie, Brian Joseph, Tanja van der Lippe, and Judith Treas. “Early Intergenerational Cohesiveness and
       Later Proximity to Parents: Cross-National Contexts of Intergenerational Solidarity” (in Progress).

Peterson, Gretchen, Brian Joseph Gillespie, Janet Lever, and David Frederick. “Perceptions of Equity in
       the Household Division of Expenses and Labor” (in Progress).

Gillespie, Brian Joseph, Gretchen Peterson, Janet Lever, and David Frederick. “Equity and the Division of
       U.S. Household Expenses” (in Progress).

Sex and Sexuality

Royce, Tracy, Brian Joseph Gillespie, Paul James Morgan, and Janet Lever. “Frequency and Quality of
       Sex across the Life Course: A Qualitative Study” (in Progress).

Fingerhut, Adam, David Frederick, Janet Lever, and Brian Joseph Gillespie. “Sexual Minorities and
       Quality/Quantity of Sex across the Life Course” (in Progress).


                                  CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS

Gillespie, Brian Joseph. 2011. “Internal Migration during Adolescence: Implications for Behavioral Well-
        Being in the United States.” Presented at the 6th Annual Summer Institute on Migration and Global
        Health, Oakland, CA. (Selected as best conference paper).

Gillespie, Brian Joseph. 2011. “Residential Mobility and Parenting Processes: A Longitudinal Analysis.”
        Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Royal Geographical Society/Institute of British Geographers,
        London, England.

Gillespie, Brian Joseph. 2010. “Community and Locational Factors Affecting Children after Residential
        Relocation.” Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, Atlanta, GA.

Gillespie, Brian Joseph. 2010. “Where You Are, Where You Go, and Who You Know: Factors Affecting
       Child Well-Being after a Residential Move.” Presented at the Annual Meeting of the European
       Population Conference, Vienna, Austria.

Gillespie, Brian Joseph. 2009. “The Effects of Residential Mobility on Child Academic Achievement and
       Behavior Problems.” Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association, San
       Diego, CA.

Grov, Christian, Brian Joseph Gillespie, Tracy Royce, and Janet Lever. 2009. “Gender Differences in the
       Impact of Online Sexual Activities on Committed Relationships.” Presented at the Brooklyn
       College Science Research Retreat at SUBO, Brooklyn, NY.
Grov, Christian, Brian Joseph Gillespie, Tracy Royce, and Janet Lever. 2009. “Consequences of Casual
       Online Sexual Activities on Committed Relationships.” Presented at the Annual Meeting of the
       Society for the Scientific Study of Sexuality, St. Petersburg, FL.

Royce, Tracy, Brian Joseph Gillespie, Janet Lever, and Christian Grov. 2008. “Sexual Minorities' Use of
       Online Personals Sites: A Qualitative Analysis.” Presented at the Annual Meeting of the Popular
       Culture Association/American Culture Association, San Francisco, CA.

Grov, Christian, Janet Lever, Tracy Royce, and Brian Joseph Gillespie. 2008. “Gender and Sexual
       Orientation Differences in Use of- and Outcome from- Online Personals.” Paper presented at the
       Annual Meeting of the Eastern Sociological Society, New York, NY.

Grov, Christian, Janet Lever, Tracy Royce, and Brian Joseph Gillespie. 2008. “Searching for Love in All
       the “Write” Places: Evaluating Internet Personals Use by Sexual Orientation, Gender, and Age.”
       Presented at the Annual Meeting of the American Sociological Association, Boston, MA.

Gillespie, Brian Joseph. 2006. “The Effects of Heterosexist Society on Same-Sex Intimate Partner
       Violence.” Paper presented at the Annual Meeting of the Pacific Sociological Association, North
       Hollywood, CA.

                           RESEARCH AND TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Interuniversity Consortium for Political and Social Research (ICPSR), 2011
       Summer Program in Quantitative Methods of Social Research
       University of Michigan, Ann Arbor

Summer Institute on Migration and Global Health, 2011
     The Center of Expertise on Migration and Health
     University of California, Berkeley

Graduate Student Instructor, 2006-2011
Courses: Political Sociology, Sociological Theory, Intro to Social Problems, Social Stratification,
Deviance, Sociology of Sports and Leisure, Computer Research Methods in the Social Sciences,
Sociology Research Methods, Legal Implications of the Drug Trade, Sociology Senior Majors Seminar,
Probability and Statistics, Comparing Cultures
       School of Social Sciences
       University of California, Irvine

National Longitudinal Surveys Institute, 2009
       Center for Human Resource Research, Columbus, OH

Graduate Research Assistant, Spring 2009
      Center for Demographic and Social Analysis
      University of California, Irvine

Qualitative Research Expert, January 2006 – December 2008
       Los Angeles Unified School District
       Program Evaluation and Research Branch

Graduate Research Assistant, 2006
      Survey Research Consultant for MSNBC.com
Assistant Lecturer, 2005-2006
Courses: Classical Sociological Theory and Contemporary Sociological Theory
       School of Natural and Social Sciences
       California State University, Los Angeles

Courtroom Interviewer, 2004
       Edelman’s Children’s Court
       Child Maltreatment and Family Violence Institute


                                   PROFESSIONAL AFFILIATIONS

American Sociological Association
        (Sections: Research Methodology, Aging and the Life Course, Children and Youth Section
        Council Student Representative (Elected), Sociology of Education)
Population Association of America
Society for the Study of Social Problems
Alpha Kappa Delta (The International Sociology Honors Society)
Pacific Sociological Association
European Association for Population Studies
California Sociological Association


                         PROFESSIONAL SERVICE (PEER REVIEWER)
Youth & Society
Theory in Action

                                   TECHNICAL PROFICIENCIES

Quantitative Data Analysis: Stata, Mplus, AMOS, and SPSS
Qualitative Data Analysis: ATLAS.ti
Demographic Analysis: ArcGIS and Mortpak

                             RESEARCH AND TEACHING INTERESTS

Education                            Research Methods                         Stratification
Life Course                          Demography                               Marriage and Family
Social Psychology                    Sex and Gender                           Urban Sociology


                                            REFERENCES

Judith Treas                         Janet Lever                       George Farkas
Professor of Sociology               Professor of Sociology            Professor of Sociology
University of California, Irvine     California State University, LA   University of California, Irvine
jktreas@uci.edu                      jlever@calstatela.edu             gfarkas@uci.edu



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