Publications:

Schoenfeld, Elinor R. and Linda E. Francis. (2015). ¿Word on the street: Creating a cancer dialogue in the African American Community.¿ American Journal of Men¿s Health. DOI: 10.1177/1557988314566503.

Francis, Linda E., George Kypriotakis, Elizabeth E. O¿Toole, Karen F. Bowman, and Julia Hannum Rose. (2015). ¿Grief and Risk of Depression in Context:  Emotional Outcomes of Bereaved Cancer Caregivers.¿ Omega: The Journal of Death and Dying, 70(4) 315-344.

Kypriotakis, George, Linda E. Francis, Tanyanika P. Towe, Elizabeth E. O'Toole and Julia Hannum Rose. (2014). ¿Preferences for Aggressive Care among Underserved Populations with Advanced-Stage Cancer: Looking Beyond Race and Resuscitation.¿ Supportive Care in Cancer, 22(5): 1251-1259.

Andreas Schneider, Linda Francis and Herman Smith. (2013). ¿Measuring Cultural Variations in the Sacred and the Profane.¿ Journal of Integrated Social Sciences, 3(1): 130-156.

Francis, Linda E., George Kypriotakis, Karen F. Bowman, and Julia Hannum Rose. (2011) ¿Relationships and Emotional Wellbeing among African American and White Advanced Cancer Caregivers.¿ Patient Education and Counseling, 85(3): 446¿453.

Francis, Linda E, Julie L. Worthington, George Kypriotakis and Julia Rose.  (2010). ¿Relationship and Burden among Underserved Caregivers of Late-Stage Cancer Patients.¿ Supportive Care in Cancer, 18:1429¿1436.

Francis, Linda E., Candyce S. Berger, Marianne Giardini, Carolyn Steinman and Karina Kim. (2009). Pregnant and Poor in the Suburb: The Experiences of Economically Disadvantaged Women of Color with Prenatal Services in a Wealthy Suburban County. Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare, XXXVI(2): 133-157.

Colson, Paul W. and Linda E. Francis. (2009) ¿Consumer Staff and the Role of Personal Experience,¿ Social Work and Mental Health Care, 7(4), 385-401.

Francis, Linda, Candyce Berger, and Karina Kim. (2008) ¿Emotion and Inequality in Maternity Care: Anger and Anguish in Prenatal Services for the Poor.¿ Pp. 343-356 in ¬Social Structure and Emotion, D. Robinson and J. Clay-Warner. (eds.)  New York:  Elsevier.

Francis, Linda E. (2006). ¿Health and Emotion.¿ Pp. 591-610 in the Handbook of the Sociology of Emotions, J. Stets and J. Turner (eds.), of the Handbooks of Sociology and Social Research, Howard Kaplan, Series Editor. New York: Springer Press

Smith, Herman and Linda Francis. (2005). ¿Social versus Self-Directed Events among Japanese and Americans.¿  Social Forces, 84(2): 819-828.    

Francis, Linda E. (2003). ¿Feeling Good, Feeling Well: Identity, Emotion, and Health.¿  Pp. 123-134 in Advances in Identity Theory, Peter Burke, Timothy Owens, Richard Serpe and Peggy Thoits, Eds. New York:  Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publishers.

Francis, Linda E., Paul W. Colson and Pamela Mizzi. (2002). ¿Beneficence vs. Obligation: New Challenges for Consumer Employment in Mental Health Services under the ADA.¿  Community Mental Health Journal, 38(2): 95-110.

Francis, Linda E. (2000). "Conflicting Bureaucracies, Conflicted Work: Dilemmas in Case Management for Homeless People with Severe Mental Illness.¿ Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare, June, XXVII(2): 97-112.

Francis, Linda, Kathleen Monahan, and Candyce Berger. (1999). ¿A Laughing Matter? Uses of Humor in Medical Interactions.¿ Motivation and Emotion, 23(2): 155-174.

Francis, Linda E. (1997). "Emotion, Coping, and Therapeutic Ideologies." Pp. 71-101 in The Sociology of Emotions:  Real Life Applications, edited by D. Franks, R. Erikson and B. Cuthbertson-Johnson.  Greenwich, CT: JAI Press.

Francis, Linda E. (1997). "Ideology and Interpersonal Emotion Management:  Redefining Identity in Two Support Groups." Social Psychology Quarterly, 60(2): 153-171.

Francis, Linda E.  (1994). "Laughter, the Best Mediation: Humor as Emotion Management in Interaction." Symbolic Interaction, 17(2): 147-163.