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ELAINE ALMA DRAPER
Department of Sociology
California State University, Los Angeles
5151 State University Drive
Los Angeles, California 90032-8228
Phone: (323) 343-2299
Email: [email protected]
EDUCATION
J.D., University of California, Los Angeles, 1999.
Ph.D. in Sociology, University of California, Berkeley, 1985.
M.A. in Sociology, University of California, Berkeley, 1979.
B.A. in Sociology and Women’s Studies, University of California, Santa Cruz, with Honors in the Major
and College Honors, 1976.
SELECTED APPOINTMENTS
California State University, Los Angeles, Professor of Sociology, Law and Society Program Director
and Adviser, and Internship and Service Learning Coordinator (Assistant Professor, 2002-2008,
Associate Professor 2008-2013), 2002-present.
University of California, Berkeley, Visiting Scholar, 2002.
National Institutes of Health, Staff Scientist, 2000-2002.
University of California, Santa Barbara, Law and Society Program, Visiting Assistant Professor,
1999-2000.
University of California, Berkeley, Visiting Scholar, 1995-1999.
University of Southern California, Assistant Professor, 1989-1995.
Stanford University, Department of Sociology, Visiting Scholar, 1987-1988.
Stanford University, Department of Sociology, Postdoctoral Research Fellow, Program in Organizations
Research, 1985-1987.
UC Berkeley, Institute for the Study of Social Change, Research Specialist, 1980-1988.
SELECTED HONORS, AWARDS, AND PROFESSIONAL APPOINTMENTS
Exceptional Service to Students Award, California State University, Los Angeles, 2016 and 2015.
State Bar of California Advisory Council for the Pathway to Law School Program, 2016-present.
Outstanding Contributions to the Community Certificate of Recognition, Center for Engagement, Service,
and the Public Good and Educational Participation in Communities, CSULA, 2016 and 2015.
Chair, Outstanding Professor Awards, California State University, Los Angeles, 2013-2014.
Outstanding Faculty Achievement Award, CSULA College of Natural and Social Sciences and
Associated Students, 2012-2013.
American Sociological Association Task Force on Sociology and Global Climate Change, 2010-2014.
CSULA Foundation Board of Directors Member, 2010-2013.
National Alliance for Humane Biotechnology Advisory Board, 2007-present.
Engaged Department Coordinator, California State University, Los Angeles, 2012 to present.
Consortium of Undergraduate Law and Justice Programs Program Representative, 2005-present.
Graduate Studies and Research Seed Grant Award, CSULA, 2003.
Bioethics Fellowship, National Institutes of Health, 2000-2002.
Zumberge Research and Innovation Fund Research Award, 1993-1995.
Salvatori Award for Innovative Teaching in Experiential Education, 1994.
Robert K. Merton Prize, American Sociological Association, 1993.
Phi Kappa Phi Faculty Recognition Award, 1993.
Haynes Foundation Faculty Fellowship Award, 1991-1993.
Sociology Nominee, Raubenheimer Faculty Award for Outstanding Research, Teaching, and Service,
1990-1992.
Russell Sage Foundation Research Grant, 1987-1990.
Gertrude Jaeger Prize for Scholarly Work, U.C. Berkeley, Department of Sociology, 1985.
Distinction in Ph.D. Qualifying Examinations, UC Berkeley Department of Sociology, 1983.
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AREAS OF RESEARCH SPECIALIZATION
Environmental and Workplace Hazards
Bioethics and Health Policy
Law and Society; Human Rights
Genetic and Biomedical Technologies
Corporate and Professional Ethics
Women in the Work Force
Inequality, Social Stratification, Distributive Justice
Corporate Organization, Management, and Policy
BOOKS
The Company Doctor: Risk, Responsibility, and Corporate Professionalism. New York: Russell
Sage Foundation, 2003; 2005 paperback edition.
Risky Business: Genetic Testing and Exclusionary Practices in the Hazardous Workplace.
New York: Cambridge University Press, 1991.
Recipient of the Robert K. Merton Book Award, American Sociological Association,
Sociology of Science, Knowledge, and Technology;
Awarded the Phi Kappa Phi Honor Society Book Award;
Recipient of the C. Wright Mills Book Award Honorable Mention, Society for the Study
of Social Problems.
SELECTED OTHER PUBLICATIONS
“Drug Testing in the Workplace.” In Vicki Smith (editor), Sociology of Work. Thousand Oaks,
California: Sage Publications (July 2013).
“Occupational Health Nursing and the Quest for Professional Authority” (with Joseph LaDou
and Dan J. Tennenhouse). New Solutions 21 No. 1 (March 2011):57-88.
“Review of Generations of Exclusion by Edward Telles and Vilma Ortiz, Police Interrogation and
American Justice by Richard Leo, and The Permanent Tax Revolt by Isaac Martin.”
Pacific Sociologist 17 No. 2 (June 2009).
“Difficult Reputations and the Social Reality of Occupational Medicine.” New Solutions 18 No. 3
(Sept. 2008):299-316.
“Review of Deflecting Immigration by Ivan Light, Differences That Matter by Dan Zuberi, and Just
Don’t Get Sick by Karen Seccombe and Kim Hoffman.” Pacific Sociologist No. 2 (May 2008).
“Walking the Tightrope of Conflicting Loyalties: The Dilemmas of The Company Doctor.”
ACOEM eNews (January 2007).
“Reproductive Hazards and Fetal Exclusion Policies After Johnson Controls.” Stanford Law and
Policy Review 12 (Winter 2001):117-142.
“Genetic Secrets: Social Issues of Medical Screening in a Genetic Age.” In Life Choices: A
Hastings Center Introduction to Bioethics (second edition), edited by Joseph H. Howell
and William Frederick Sale. Baltimore, Maryland: Georgetown University Press, 2000.
“Competing Conceptions of Safety: High-Risk Workers or High-Risk Work?” In Illness and the
Environment, edited by Steve Kroll-Smith, Phil Brown, and Valerie J. Gunter. New York:
New York University Press, 2000.
“Preventive Law by Corporate Professional Team Players: Liability and Responsibility in the Work of
Company Doctors.” Journal of Contemporary Health Law and Policy 15 (Spring 1999): 525-607.
“The Screening of America: The Social and Legal Framework of Employers’ Use of Genetic
Information.” Berkeley Journal of Employment and Labor Law 20 (Fall 1999):286-324.
“Deviance and Conformity in the Work of Company Doctors.” Research in the Sociology of Work
8 (1999):39-72.
“Science and Technology.” Contributing Editor of Special Issue of International Journal of Sociology
and Social Policy 18 Nos. 5/6 (1998).
“Social Issues of Genome Innovation and Intellectual Property.” Risk: Health, Safety, and
Environment 7 No. 4 (Summer 1996).
“Fetal Exclusion Policies and Gendered Constructions of Suitable Work.” Social Problems 40
No. 1 (February 1993). Reprinted in Primis. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1994.
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SELECTED PRESENTATIONS (over 100 conference papers, presentations, and invited lectures):
“Professional Development and Ethics for Lawyers.” Pre-Law Society, CSULA, January 2015.
“Sexual Harassment and Institutional Reaction in the Military.” CSULA Law and Human Rights
Network, February 2013.
“Health and Corporate Power in the Workplace and Beyond.” Conference of the Atelier Santé, Ecole
des Hautes Etudes en Sciences Sociales, on Caring Outside the Hospital: Medical Work, Care
Work, Care Practices, and Health Inequalities in a Dehospitalized World,” Paris, Nov. 2012.
“Lawyers and the Professional Project.” Law and Society Association Meeting, Honolulu, June 2012.
“Environmental Activism and Legal Action: The Case of the Earth Liberation Front.” Law and Human
Rights Network Speaker and Film Series, California State University, Los Angeles, May 2012.
“Cultivating Professionalism in a World of Divided Loyalties.” Pacific Sociological Association
Annual Meeting, San Diego, March 2012.
“Law and Society Contributions to Pre-Law Programs.” Honors College, CSULA, January 2012.
“Citizenship and Human Rights at Work.” Law and Society Association Annual Meeting, San
Francisco, June 2011.
“Critical Social Issues and Policy Dilemmas in Workplace Genetic Testing.” American Public
Health Association Annual Meeting, San Diego, October 2008.
“Contested Environmental Hazards and Divided Loyalties for Corporate Scientists.” University
of California, Santa Barbara, March 2008.
“Professional Ethics from the Inside Out: Conflicting Loyalties and Liability Fears in the Workplace.”
Pacific Sociological Association Annual Meeting, Oakland, California, March 2007.
“Reconceptualizing Discrimination.” University of California, Berkeley, Institute for the Study
of Social Change, Berkeley, October 2006.
“Legal Fears and Corporate Policymaking in Disputes Over Environmental Hazards.” Law and
Society Association Annual Meeting, Baltimore, Maryland, July 2006.
“Toxic Truth Claims: Corporate Professionals’ Construction of Environmental Hazards.” Pacific
Sociological Association Annual Meeting, Hollywood, California, April 2006.
“Environmental Decision-Making and Conflicting Loyalties in Corporations.” Center for
Environmental Analysis, California State University, Los Angeles, January 2005.
“Medical Ethics and Corporate Professionalism: The Case of Company Doctors.” Keck Graduate
Institute, Flora Thornton Bioethics Seminar Series, October 2004.
“Society and Health.” World Future Society Annual Meeting, San Francisco, July 2003.
“Medical Ethics Revisited: Company Doctors and the Changing Healthcare System.” Pacific
Center for Health Policy and Ethics, University of Southern California, April 2003.
“Genetic Testing: Dilemmas for Law and Society.” Univ. of North Carolina, Conference on Genomic
Research: Science, Law, Ethical and Social Implications, Asheville, North Carolina, April 2003.
“Genetic Privacy and Public Rights.” California Sociological Association Meeting, Riverside,
October 2002.
“Privacy, Discrimination, and Genetic Information.” William and Mary School of Law, Dec. 2001.
“Conflicting Loyalties of Medical Professionals Involved in Research.” Joint Meetings of the Law
and Society Association and the International Sociological Association Sociology of Law
Research Committee, Budapest, Hungary, July 2001.
“Bias in Science.” National Institute of Child Health and Human Development, National Institutes
of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, February 2001.
“Genetic Risk? Ethical and Legal Dilemmas of the New Genetics in the Workplace.” Duke
University Values and Ethics in the Marketplace Program, Markets and Management
Program, and Department of Sociology, Durham, North Carolina, February 2001.
“Reproductive Hazards and Fetal Exclusion Policies in Corporations After Johnson Controls.”
Law and Society Association Annual Meeting, Miami, May 2000.
“Genetic Risk and Liability in Organizations.” Wayne State School of Law, Detroit, February 2000.
“Who is at Risk? Workplace Environmental Health, Genetics, and the Law.” Rutgers University
School of Law, Newark, New Jersey, January 2000.
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SELECTED OFFICES AND POSITIONS IN NATIONAL PROFESSIONAL ASSOCIATIONS
AMERICAN SOCIOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION APPOINTMENTS
ASA Task Force on Sociology and Global Climate Change, 2010-2014.
ASA Faculty Mentor, Sociology of Law, 2011-present.
Nominations Committee, Medical Sociology, 2013-2015 appointment.
ASA Task Force on Academic Freedom and Scientific Integrity, 2006-2008.
ASA Task Force on Institutionalizing Public Sociology, 2006-2008.
ASA Faculty Mentor, Science, Knowledge, and Technology, 2012-2013.
Nominations Committee, Sociology of Law, 2002-2003 appointment.
Council Member, ASA Science, Knowledge, and Technology Section. Elected to 1995-1998
Council Term; appointed to Nominations Committee.
AMERICAN ASSOCIATION FOR THE ADVANCEMENT OF SCIENCE, Societal Impacts of
Science and Engineering Nominations Committee. Elected to 2000-2003 Term.
PACIFIC SOCIOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION, Contract Monitoring Committee, 1999-2002.
SOCIOLOGISTS FOR WOMEN IN SOCIETY Annual Meeting Coordinating Committee, 1993-1994.
SELECTED GRANT REVIEW PANELS AND AWARD COMMITTEES
AMERICAN SOCIOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION AWARDS
Chair, Distinguished Scholarship Award in the Sociology of Law, 2016-2017 and 2012-2013.
Alan Schnaiberg Outstanding Publication Award, Environment and Technology, 2015-2016.
Labor and Labor Movements Distinguished Scholarly Article, 2015-2016.
Freidson Medical Sociology Distinguished Article Award, 2014-2015.
Chair, Gordon Hirabayashi Human Rights Book Awards, 2013-2014 appointment.
Eliot Freidson Book Awards in Medical Sociology, 2013-2015 appointment.
Human Rights Graduate Student Paper Award, 2013-2014.
Star-Nelkin Prize Committee, Science, Knowledge, and Technology, 2012-2013.
Robert K. Merton Book Award Committee, Science, Knowledge, and Technology, 2011-2012.
Peterson-Krivo Mentorship Award Committee, Sociology of Law, 2011-2012.
Sociology of Law Student Prize Committee, 2008-2009.
Distinguished Book Award Committee, Sociology of Law, 2003-2004.
Max Weber Prize Committee, 2002-2003.
W. Richard Scott Prize Committee, Organizations, Occupations, and Work, 1999-2000.
Awards Committee, ASA Science, Knowledge, and Technology Section, 1995-1996, 1997-1999.
Awards Committee, ASA Environment and Technology Section, 1991-1992.
LAW AND SOCIETY ASSOCIATION PRIZES
Henry J. Kalven Prize for Empirical Sociolegal Scholarship Committee, 2011-2012.
Jacob Book Prize Committee, 2007-2008 appointment.
International Scholarship Prize Committee, 2006-2007.
Student Awards Committee, Graduate and Undergraduate Student Prizes, 2005-2006.
PACIFIC SOCIOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION AWARDS
Chair, Distinguished Scholarship Award Committee, 2007-2010 appointment.
PSA Awards Committee, 2007-2010 appointment.
NATIONAL INSTITUTES OF HEALTH GRANT REVIEW
NIH CENTER FOR SCIENTIFIC REVIEW, National Registry of Volunteer Reviewers,
2002-present.
NIH Program on Ethical, Legal, and Social Implications of Human Genetics Research
Grant Reviewer, 1991, 1998, 2000, and 2001.
NIH AND U.S. DEPARTMENT OF ENERGY, Ethical, Legal, and Social Implications of
Human Genetics Research Grant Review Joint Working Group Member, 1993.
NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION GRANT REVIEW
NSF Law and Social Science Program Grant Reviewer, 2007-2008 and 2003-2004.
LEE FOUNDERS AWARDS, SOCIETY FOR THE STUDY OF SOCIAL PROBLEMS, 2006-2007.
GRANT REVIEWER, Biotechnology Research and Education Program, Univ. of California, 1991-1992.
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GRANTS AND RESEARCH SUPPORT
Engaged Department Grant (Co-Principal Investigator), California State University, Los Angeles,
2012-2013.
Seed Grant, California State University, Los Angeles, Graduate Studies and Research, 2003.
National Institutes of Health (Principal Investigator), 2000-2002.
Zumberge Research and Innovation Fund (Principal Investigator), 1993-1995.
Haynes Foundation (Principal Investigator), 1991-1993.
Russell Sage Foundation (Principal Investigator), 1987-1990.
National Science Foundation Sociology Program (Principal Investigator), 1990 and 1984-1985.
National Institute of Mental Health (Postdoctoral Research Fellowship), 1985-1987.
Business and Professional Women’s Foundation (Principal Investigator), 1984-1985.
National Institute of Child Health and Human Development (Research Grant), 1980-1983.
National Institute of Mental Health (Research Analyst), 1977-1981.
U.S. Department of Energy and Lawrence Berkeley Laboratory (Research Associate), 1978-1979.
Additional research funded by: Sigma Xi Scientific Research Society, University of California
Chancellor’s Patent Fund, Josephine de Karman Fellowship Trust, Kappa Kappa Gamma,
American Educational Services, Mellon Foundation, Tides Foundation, New York University,
and Sloan Foundation, 1984-present.
Research coordination, social policy analysis, interviews, participant observation in funded research
using field research (N.I.M.H. three-year training program in field research methods; N.S.F.,
N.I.C.H.D., L.B.L., Haynes) and survey research methods (N.I.M.H., D.O.E., O.T.A., N.S.F.).
EDITORIAL BOARDS AND REVIEW
EDITORIAL BOARD, Contemporary Sociology, 2006 to 2010.
EDITORIAL BOARD, Sociological Inquiry. Appointed to a 4-year term, 2006-2009.
BOOK MANUSCRIPT REVIEWER, 1990-present, including:
Sage Publications
State University of New York Press Oxford University Press
Roxbury Press
Vanderbilt University Press
Routledge Publishers
Pine Forge Press
Thomson Wadsworth Press
University of California Press Elsevier Publishers
MANUSCRIPT REVIEWER FOR JOURNALS, 1992-present, including
New Solutions
American Journal of Sociology
Law and Social Inquiry
Milbank Quarterly
Risk: Health, Safety, and Environment Sociological Perspectives Women and Health
Politics and the Life Sciences
Sociological Quarterly
Qualitative Sociology
Research in Social Problems and Public Policy
Sociological Inquiry
EDITORIAL ACADEMIC ADVISORY BOARD, McGraw Hill, 2007 to present.
ADVISORY BOARD MEMBER, Berkeley Journal of Sociology, 1993-2003.
ASSOCIATE EDITOR, UCLA Journal of Environmental Law and Policy, 1997-1998.
COURSES TAUGHT
UNDERGRADUATE
Work and the Workplace; Sociology of
Occupations and Professions
Environmental Policy, Law, and Society
Sociology of Law
Bioethics and Sociology
Sociology Internships and Service Learning
Business Responsibilities in Society
Medical Sociology
Principles of Sociology; Intro. to Sociology
Law and Social Science; American Law
The Legal Profession
Professionals in Corporations
Environmental Law and Toxic Torts
GRADUATE
Social Organization, Institutions, and Change
Proseminar: Introduction to Graduate Studies, the
Discipline, and the Profession
Work, Occupations, and Social Change
Bioethics and Business Ethics in the Applied
Life Sciences
Advanced Qualitative Methods
Advanced Field Research Practicum
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CONFERENCE DIRECTION, ORGANIZATION, AND PARTICIPATION
LAW AND SOCIETY ASSOCIATION SESSION ORGANIZER AND CHAIR, Annual Meetings.
“Bioethics and Health Care,” New Orleans, 2016.
“Law and Social Norms in the Information Age,” Honolulu, 2012.
“Looking at the Legal Profession Through Qualitative Methods,” Honolulu, 2012.
“Narratives of Locality: Oceans, Lands, Streams, and Lakes,” Discussant, San Francisco, 2011.
“Citizenship at Work,” San Francisco, 2011.
“Bioethics and Law,” Berlin, Germany, 2007.
“Gender and Employment,” Chicago, 2004.
“Legal Challenges of New Technology,” Vancouver, 2002.
AMERICAN SOCIOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION SESSION ORGANIZER AND CHAIR, Annual Meetings.
“Risk,” Boston, 2008.
“Sociology of Scientific and Medical Knowledge,” Chicago, 2002.
“Social Aspects of Risk,” San Francisco, 1998.
“Technology and Society,” Washington, D.C., 1995.
“Social Dimensions of Environmental and Occupational Hazards,” Washington, D.C., 1985.
UCLA SCHOOL OF LAW Invited Participant, Los Angeles.
“Whither the Court: Review of the Recent Supreme Court Term and Its Implications,” 2010-15.
PACIFIC SOCIOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION SESSION ORGANIZER AND CHAIR, Annual Meetings.
“Work and the Workplace,” Oakland, California, 2007.
“The Changing Workplace,” San Diego, 1997.
“Professional Ethics, Politics, and the Media,” Hollywood, 2006.
“Technology and Social Change,” Seattle, 1996.
SESSION CHAIR, Panel on “Environmental Policymaking at the State and Local Level,”
Greening XV Environmental Studies Conference, University of Southern California, 2006.
SESSION CHAIR, Panel on “Reconceptualizing Discrimination,” University of California, Berkeley,
Institute for the Study of Social Change, 2006.
KECK GRADUATE INSTITUTE CONFERENCES on “BioIndustry Ethics,” “FDA at the Crossroads:
The Past, Present, and Future of Drug Regulation,” “Stem Cell Research,” “Addressing a
Great Public Health Challenge: Developing an AIDS Vaccine,” Invited Participant,
Claremont, Calif., 2005, 2006, 2007.
PACIFIC CENTER FOR HEALTH POLICY AND ETHICS INVITED PARTICIPANT, “Health
Policy and Ethics Faculty Seminar Series,” Invited Participant, Los Angeles, 1991-2004.
CALIFORNIA SOCIOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION SESSION ORGANIZER AND CHAIR, Annual
Meetings.
“Genetic Testing: Social Promise and Perils,” Long Beach, 1994.
“Technology and Health,” San Diego, 1992.
INTERNATIONAL SOCIOLOGICAL ASSOCIATION SESSION CHAIR, “Organizational Ethics,”
World Congress of Sociology, Madrid, Spain, 1990.
SESSION CHAIR, “Postmodernism, Psychoanalysis, and Feminism.” Symposium on Epistemology
in the Social Sciences, University of Southern California, 1990.
STANFORD UNIVERSITY PROGRAM DIRECTOR, “ORGANIZATIONS AND POLITICS”
CONFERENCE. Organized sessions and invited 45 speakers. Asilomar Conference
Center, Pacific Grove, 1986.