Much of my research focuses on health-related topics, but I have published on a variety of issues. I have ongoing research projects on Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder (OCD), and silence and religion. I am open to helping students further their own research agendas in sociology, or letting them get their feet wet working with me on one of my own projects. I have experience with both qualitative and quantitative methods.
Fennell, D., and M. Boyd. Forthcoming. “Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder in the Media.” Deviant Behavior.
Fennell, D., A. Liberato, B. Hayden, and Y. Fujino. 2013. “Consuming Anime.” Television and New Media. 14(5):440-456.
Fennell, D. 2012. “Explorations of Silence in the Religious Rituals of Buddhists and Quakers.” Religion. 24(12):549-574.
Fennell, D. 2009. “Marketing Science: The Corporate Faces of Genetic Engineering.” Journal of Communication Inquiry. 33(1):5-26.
Fennell, D., A. Liberato, B. Zsembik. 2009. “Definitions and Patterns of CAM Use by the Lay Public.” Complementary Therapies in Medicine. 17(2):71-77.
Liberato, A., D. Fennell, and W. L. Jeffries IV. 2008. “I Still Remember America: Senior African Americans Talk About Segregation.” Journal of African American Studies. 12(3):229-242.
Fennell, D., and A. Liberato. 2007. “Learning to Live with OCD: Labeling, the Self, and Stigma.” Deviant Behavior. 28(4):305-331.
Liberato, A., and D. Fennell. 2007. “Gender and Well-Being in the Dominican Republic: The Impact of Free Trade Zone Employment and Female Headship.” World Development. 35(3):394-409.
Liberato, A., and D. Fennell. 2006. “The Well-Being of Industrial Workers.” Perspectives on Global Development and Technology. 5(4):303-328.
Liberato, A., C. Pomeroy, and D. Fennell. 2006. “Well-Being Outcomes in Bolivia: Accounting for the Effects of Ethnicity and Regional Location.” Social Indicators Research. 76:233-262.
Zsembik, B., and D. Fennell. 2005. “Ethnic Variation in Health and the Determinants of Health Among Latinos." Social Science & Medicine. 61(1):53-63.
Fennell, D. 2004. “Determinants of Supplement Usage.” Preventive Medicine. 39(5):932-939.