- Self and Identity
- Social Networks
- Mental Health and Wellbeing
- Sociology of Emotions
Kelly L. Markowski. October, 2018. “Should We Befriend Those With Which We Work? The Impact of Co-worker/Friend Multiplexity, Self-Complexity, and Self-View Misalignment on Distress and Wellbeing.” Presented at the Third Bi-Annual Conference on Identity Theory and Research in Boston, MA.
Kelly L. Markowski and Richard T. Serpe. August, 2018 “Salience-Prominence Discrepancy on Pride and Shame for Adults in the Parent and Childless Identities.” Presented at the American Sociological Association Annual Conference in Philadelphia, PA.
Kelly L. Markowski and Richard T. Serpe. April, 2017. “Identity Theory: Integration of Two Research Paradigms.” Presented at the Pacific Sociological Association Annual Conference in Portland, OR.
Kelly L. Markowski and Susan Roxburgh. March, 2016. “Food Choice and Lifestyle: College Students’ Perceptions of Vegans and Veganism.” Presented at the Eastern Sociological Society Annual Conference in Boston, MA.
Kelly L. Markowski and Richard T. Serpe. April, 2015. “Identity Prominence and Identity Salience Congruity: Implications for Normative and Counter-Normative Identities.” Presented at the Pacific Sociological Association Annual Conference in Long Beach, CA.
Kelly Markowski and Susan Roxburgh, Sociology Professor, received $2,280 from KSU’s University Research Council to conduct focus groups for a project titled, Attitudes toward Vegans and Vegetarians among College Students.
- Markowski, Kelly L., and Richard T. Serpe. Forthcoming. “Identity Theory Paradigm Integration: Assessing the Role of Prominence and Salience in the Verification and Self-Esteem Relationship.” Advances in Group Processes, Volume 35.
- Markowski, Kelly L. 2016. “Human/Non-Human Animal Boundary Maintenance through Language. Class Activity published in TRAILS: Teaching Resources and Innovations Library for Sociology. Washington DC: American Sociological Association. (http://trails.asanet.