BOOKS

Lee, Jooyoung. under contract. Ricochet. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Lee, Jooyoung. 2016. Blowin’ Up: Rap Dreams in South Central. Chicago: University of

Chicago Press.

 

TEXTBOOKS

Lee, Jooyoung. 2017. Fun with Qualitative Methods. Toronto: Tophat (interactive

textbook).

Reid, Sasha & Jooyoung Lee. 2017. Serial Killers: Monsters & Myths. Toronto: Tophat

(interactive textbook).

 

PUBLICATIONS

Lee, Jooyoung & Sasha Reid. Forthcoming. “Serial Killers and their Easy Prey.” Contexts

Reid, Sasha & Jooyoung Lee. Forthcoming. “Confessions of a Criminal Psychopath: An

Analysis of the Robert Pickton Cell-Plant.” Journal of Police and Criminal Psychology

Alim, H. Samy; Lee, Jooyoung; Mason-Carris, Lauren; and Quentin Williams.

2018. “Linguistic Creativity and the Production of Cisheteropatriarchy: A Comparative Analysis of improvised rap battles in Los Angeles and Cape Town.” Language Sciences 65: 58-69.

Lee, Jooyoung. 2017. “Beneath the Surface: Microsociology in Ethnography,” in

Approaches to Ethnography eds. Colin Jerolmack and Shamus Khan. New York: Oxford University Press.

Patton, Desmond; Sodhi, Aparna; Affinati, Steven; Lee, Jooyoung; Marie Crandall.

forthcoming. 2016. “Post-discharge needs of victims of gun violence in Chicago: A Qualitative Study.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence 1-21.

Tsai, Alexander; Kohrt, Brandon; Matthews, Lynn; Betancourt, Theresa; Lee, Jooyoung;

Papachristos, Andrew; Weiser, Sheri; and Shari Dworkin. 2016. “Promises and pitfalls of data sharing in qualitative research.” Social Science & Medicine 169: 191-198.

 

Lee, Jooyoung. 2016. “The King of Compton,” Contexts 15(3): 30-35.

Lee, Jooyoung. 2013. “The Pill Hustle: Risky Pain Management for a Gunshot Victim,”

Social Science & Medicine 99:162-168.

Lee, Jooyoung. 2012. “Wounded: Life After the Shooting,” ANNALS of the American

Academy of Political and Social Science 642: 244-257.

Alim, H. Samy; Lee, Jooyoung; and Lauren Mason. 2011. “Moving the Crowd, ‘crowding’ the

emcee: The coproduction and contestation of black normativity in freestyle rap battles,” Discourse & Society 22(4): 422-439.

Alim, H. Samy; Lee, Jooyoung; and Lauren Mason. 2010." ‘Short Fried-Rice-Eating Chinese

MCs’ and ‘Good-Hair-Havin Uncle Tom Niggas’: Performing Race and Ethnicity in Freestyle Rap Battles," Journal of Linguistic Anthropology 20(1): 116-133.

Lee, Jooyoung. 2010. ‘Blowing Up’ at Project Blowed: Rap Dreams and Young Black Men in

Black LA: American Dreams and Racial Realities, eds. Darnell Hunt and Ana-Christina Ramon, 117-139. New York: NYU Press.

Lee, Jooyoung. 2009. “Battlin’ on the Corner: Techniques for Sustaining Play,” Social

Problems 56(3): 578-598.

*(reprinted) Lee, Jooyoung. 2013. “Battlin’ on the Corner: Techniques for Sustaining Play,” in

Duneier, Mitchell; Kasinitz, Philip; and Alexandra Murphy (Eds.)The Urban Ethnography Reader. New York: Oxford University Press.

•    ASA Community and Urban Sociology Section, Graduate Student Paper

Award 2007

•    SSSP Crime and Juvenile Delinquency Section, Graduate Student Paper Award 2007

•    ASA Crime, Law, and Deviance Section, 2nd Place Graduate Student Paper Award 2007

 

Lee, Jooyoung. 2009. “Escaping Embarrassment: Face-Work in the Street Rap Cipher,” Social Psychology Quarterly 72(4): 306-324.

 

“E-SPQ” videos published online: http://www.asanet.org/journals/spq/e-spq.cfm

•    ASA Social Psychology Section, Honorable Mention Graduate Student Paper Award 2008

 

Lee, Jooyoung. 2009. “Open Mic: Professionalizing the Rap Career,” Ethnography 10(4):

475-495.

*(reprinted) Lee, Jooyoung. 2015. “Open Mic: Professionalizing the Rap Career,” Apuntes de

Investigacion 25: 93-116.

Lee, Jooyoung. 2008. Gangsta Rap in The Encyclopedia of Social Problems, ed. Vincent

Parrillo, 388-389. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.