J. Camille Hall, PhD
Hall, J. C. (2015). Mother-daughter relationships, self-esteem & problem-solving: Do socialization practices matter?” Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment, 25(2), 137-146.
Hamilton-Mason, J., Everett, J. E., & Hall, J. C. (2012). Hope floats: African American women’s survival experiences after Katrina. Journal of Human Behavior in the Social Environment, 22(4), 479-499.
Hall, J. C., Everett, J. & Hamilton-Mason, J. (2012). Black women talk about workplace stress and how they cope. Journal of Black Studies, 43(2), 207-226.
Bowie, S. L, & Hall, J. C., & Johnson, O. (2011).Integrating diversity into graduate social work education: A 30-year retrospective view by MSW-level African American social workers. Journal of Black Studies, 42(7), 1080-1105.
Hall, J. C. (2010). Childhood perceptions of family, social support, parental alcoholism, and later alcohol use among Black college students. Journal of Substance Use, 15(3), 157-165.
Everett, J. E., Hall, J. C., & Hamilton-Mason, J. (2010). Everyday conflict and daily stressors: Black women coping responses. Affilia: Journal of Women in Social Work, 25(1), 30-42.
Hall, J. C. (2009). Utilizing social support to conserve the fighting strength. Important considerations for military social workers. Smith College Studies in Social Work, 79(3), 335-343.
Books & Book Chapters:
Hall, J. C. (2012). Resilience despite risk: Understanding African American ACOAs’ kin and fictive kin relationships.In D. S. Becvar (Ed.). Handbook of family resilience. New York: Springer Publishers, (pp. 481-494).