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Zermarie Deacon

zermarie-deacon

Associate Professor
Physical Science Building 709 
(405) 325-2749
zermarie@ou.edu

Dr. Deacon's professional vitae (pdf)

Courses Taught

HR4013 - Social Change Process

HR4170-995 - International Human Relations

HR4433 - Gender and War

HR5063 - Strategies for Social Change

HR5013 - Current Problems in Human Relations

HR5703 - International Human Relations

 

Publications

Referred Publications:

Miller, C., Deacon, Z., & Fitzgerald, K. (in press). Visions of collaboration: The Girl Power Photovoice project. Journal of Community Engagement and Scholarship.

Moxley, D., Deacon, Z., & Thompson, V. (2013, July). Action research and development for intrinsic innovation in social service administration: Prototyping and proof of concept in small scale start-ups. Action Learning and Action Research Journal, 18(2), 37-68.

Deacon, Z. & Moxley, D. (2012). Donors as stakeholders in Participatory Research: Praxis as typology in assessingand framing their roles. Action Learning, Action Research Association Inc. Monograph Series. (No. 3).

Deacon, Z. Pendley, J., Hinson, W., & Hinson, J. (2011). Chokka-chaffa' kilimpi', Chikashshiyaakni' kilimpi': Strong family, strong nation. American Indian and Alaskan Natives Mental Health Research: The Journal of the National Center, 18(2), 41-63.

Deacon, Z & Bert, S. (2010). Teaching diversity: A reflection on the impact of identity on our work as educators. Free Inquiry in Creative Sociology, 38(1), 35-45.

Deacon, Z. (2010). Mozambique: The gendered impact of warfare. In T. Falola & H. ter Haar (Eds). Narrating wars and peace in Africa (pp.141-154). Rochester, NY: University of Rochester Press.

Deacon, Z. & Sullivan, C. M. (2010). An ecological examination of rural Mozambican women’s attainment of post-war well-being. Journal of Community Psychology, 38(1), 115-330.

Deacon, Z. & Sullivan, C. (2009). Responding to the complex and gendered needs of refugee women. Affilia: Journal of Women and Social Work, 24(3), 272-284.

Deacon, Z., Foster-Fishman, P., Mahaffey, M., & Archer, G. (2009). Moving from pre-conditions for action to developing a cycle of continued social change: Tapping the potential of minigrant programs. Journal of Community Psychology, 37(2), 148-155.

Nowell, B., Berkowitz, M., Deacon, Z., & Foster-Fishman, P. (2006). Revealing the cues within community places: Stories of identity, history, and possibility. American Journal of Community Psychology, 37(1-2), 29-46.

Foster-Fishman, P., Nowell, B., Deacon, Z., Nievar, M. A., & McCann, P. (2005). Using methods that matter: The impact of narrative, reflection, and voice. American Journal of Community Psychology, 36(3-4), 275-291.

Goodkind, J. R. & Deacon, Z. (2004). Methodological issues in conducting research with refugee women: Recognizing and re-centering the multiply marginalized. Journal of Community Psychology, 32(6), 721–739.


Technical Reports:

Pendley, J. & Deacon, Z. (2013). Community health and the CHR program: Photovoice project, brief report of initial findings. Report prepared for the Chickasaw Nation. Norman: University of Oklahoma.

Deacon, Z. (2009). Evaluation report: Findings from Year 1 of the Chickasaw Nation Learning Community. Report prepared for the Division of Youth and Family Services of the Chickasaw Nation. Norman: University of Oklahoma.

Pendley, J., Deacon, Z., & Moxley, D. (2008). Brief report: Early findings about appreciating strong Chickasaw families. Report prepared for the Executive Committee of the Chickasaw Nation Family Resource Center. Norman: University of Oklahoma.

Deacon, Z. (2007). Factors supporting rural Mozambican women’s attainment of post-war well-being: Report on data collected in Meconta District, Nampula Province, 2006. Report prepared for CARE Mozambique. Norman: University of Oklahoma.

Foster-Fishman, P., Van Egeren, L, Mahaffey, M., McNall, M., & Deacon, Z. (2005). Key lessons learned in Phase 1 of Yes we can! Report prepared for the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. East Lansing: Michigan State University.

Deacon, Z. (2003). Report on the needs of Muslim refugee women resettled in the Greater Lansing Area. Report prepared for Catholic Social Services of Lansing/St. Vincent Home Inc: Refugee Services and for the Ingham County Health Department. East Lansing: Michigan State University.

Foster-Fishman P., Nowell, B., Siebold, W., & Deacon, Z. (2003). Lessons for the journey, part II: Strategies and suggestions for guiding planning, governance, and sustainability in comprehensive community initiatives. Report prepared for the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. East Lansing: Michigan State University.

Van Egeren, L. A., Deacon, Z., & Foster-Fishman, P., (2003). Yes we can! 2002-2003 neighborhood report: Conditions and experiences in the Roosevelt neighborhood. Report prepared for the W. K. Kellogg Foundation. East Lansing: Michigan State University.
Van Egeren, L. A., Deacon, Z., & Foster-Fishman, P., (2003). Yes We Can! 2002-2003 neighborhood report: Conditions and experiences in the Prairieview neighborhood. Report prepared for the W. K. Kellogg Foundation. East Lansing: Michigan State University.

Van Egeren, L. A., Deacon, Z., & Foster-Fishman, P. (2003). Yes We Can! 2002-2003 neighborhood report: Conditions and experiences in the Post neighborhood. Report prepared for the W. K. Kellogg Foundation. East Lansing: Michigan State University.

Nowell, B., Deacon, Z., Foster-Fishman, P., & Thorp, L. (2002). Neighborhood voices and image: Stories from the Battle Creek Photovoice Project. Report prepared for the W.K. Kellogg Foundation. East Lansing: Michigan State University.