Selected Recent Writings

Aries, N. Managing Diversity: The Differing Perceptions of Managers, Line Workers, and Patients. Health Care Management Review. 2004; July-September: 172-180. <pdf>

Aries, N. The American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists and the Evolution of Abortion Policy, 1951-1973: The Politics of Science. Am J Public Health. 2003; (93)11: 1810-1819. <pdf>

Fleischman AR, Levin BW, Meekin SA. Bioethics in the urban context. Journal of Urban Health 2001; 78(1):2-6.

Freudenberg N, Daniels J, Crum M, Perkins T, Richie B. Coming home from jail: The Social and health consequences of community reentry for women, male adolescents, and their families and communities. Public Health Matters. 2005; 95(10): 1726-1736 <pdf>

Freudenberg N, Fahs M, Galea S, Greenberg A. The Impact of New York City’s 1975 Fiscal Crisis on the Tuberculosis, HIV, and Homicide Syndemic. Am J Public Health. 2006; Jan 31. <pdf>

Freudenberg N, Galea S, Vlahov D. Beyond urban penalty and urban sprawl: back to living conditions as the focus of urban health. J Community Health. 2005 30(1):1-11. <pdf>

Freudenberg N and Klitzman S, “Teaching Urban Health” in S.Galea and D. Vlahov (Eds.), Handbook of Urban Health, Springer Verlag, 2005.

Freudenberg N, Galea S, Vlahov D. Toward an Urban Health Advantage. J Public Health Management and Practice. 2005; 11(3): 256-258. <pdf>

Freudenberg N, Moseley J, Labriola M, Daniels J, Murril C. Comparison of health and social characteristics of people leaving New York City jails by age, gender and race/ethnicity: Implications for public health interventions. Public Health Reports. 2007: 122: 733-743. <pdf>

Freudenberg N and Ruglis J. Reframing school dropout as a public health issue. Preventing Chronic Disease: Public Health Research, Practice and Policy. 2007:4(4):1-11. <pdf>

Galea S, Freudenberg N, Vlahov D. Cities and population health. Soc Sci Med. 2005;60(5):1017-33. <pdf>

Galea S, Ahern J, Rudenstine S, Wallace Z, and Vlahov D. Urban built environment and depression: a multilevel analysis. J Epidemiol Community Health 2005;59:822-827. <pdf>

Klitzman, S. Caravanos, J. Belanoff, C. Rothenberg, L. A multihazard, multistrategy approach to home remediation: Results of a pilot study. Environmental Health 2005. <pdf>

Klitzman S, Caravanos J, Belanoff C, Deitcher D, Rothenberg L, Belanoff C, Kramer R, and Cohen L. A Prevalence and Predictors of Residential Health Hazards: A Pilot Study. Journal of Occupational and Environmental Hygiene 2005; 2:293-301. <pdf>

Levin BW, Browner, CH. The social production of health: Critical contributions from evolutionary, biological and cultural anthropology. (Introduction) Social Science and Medicine 2005; 61:745-750; (in special issue edited by Browner and Levin, pp. 745-879 ). <pdf>

Levin BW, Fleischman AR. Public health and bioethics - Benefits of collaboration. American Journal of Public Health 2002; 92(2):165-167. <pdf>

Levin, BW. Adolescents and medical decision making: Observations of a medical anthropologist. In The Adolescent Alone, J. Bluestein, N. Dubler and C. Levine, (eds.), Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 1999:160-179.

Levin BW and Schiller NG. Social class and medical decision making: A neglected topic in bioethics. Cambridge Quarterly of Healthcare Ethics 1998; 7:41-56. <pdf>

Newsletter of the Society for Occupational Health Psychology  

Saegert S, Evans GW. Poverty, housing niches, and health in the United States. Journal of Social Issues, 2003; 59 (3): 569-589. <pdf>

Saegert S, Klitzman S, Freudenberg N. Healthy housing: a structured review of published evaluations of US interventions to improve health by modifying housing in the United States, 1990-2001. Am J Public Health. 2003;93(9):1471-7. <pdf>

Schonfeld, I.S. (2006). School violence. In E.K. Kelloway, J. Barling, & J.J. Hurrell (Eds). Handbook of workplace violence (pp. 169-229). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications. <pdf>

Schonfeld, I.S., & Rindskopf, D. (2007). Hierarchical linear modeling in organizational research: Longitudinal data outside the context of growth modeling. Organizational Research Methods, 18, 417-429. <pdf>