Young, Robert L. and Carol Y. Thompson (forthcoming 2017; published online 29 September 2016) “Morality as Discursive Accomplishment Among Animal Rescue Workers.” Deviant Behavior.
Thompson, Carol Y. and Young, Robert L. (2014) “Cooling Out the Mark in Pet Adoption.” Society & Animals, 22:333-351.
Thompson, Carol Y. (2014) “Animal Cruelty,” In C. Forsyth, & H. Copes (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Social Deviance (Vol. 5:25-28, pp 25-28). Thousand Oaks CA: SAGE Publications Inc.
Thompson, Carol Y. and Platt, Chelsea. (2014). Euthanasia. In C. Forsyth, & H. Copes (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Social Deviance. (Vol. 5, pp. 264-267). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications Inc.
Young, Robert L. and Carol Y. Thompson. (2013) “The Selves of Other Animals: Reconsidering Mead in Light of Multi-Disciplinary Evidence.” Studies in Symbolic Interaction 40:467-483.
Thompson, Carol Y. (2012) “The Contested Meaning of Feral Cats in the Workplace.” Journal for Critical Animal Studies 10(4): 78-108.
Thompson, Carol Y. and Craig J. Forsyth (2012) “Women Fans of the Rodeo: Circuit Friends, Helpmates and Buckle Bunnies.” In Sport and its Female Fans, Peter Mewett and Kim Toffuletti (Editors), Pp. 61-80. New York: Routledge.
Thompson, Carol Y. and Robert L. Young, “Emotion Work in Feral Cat Rescue & Caretaking.” Pacific Sociological Association Meetings. Oakland, CA, April 2016.
Young, Robert and Carol Thompson, “Interactional Construction of Moral Decision Making” Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction Annual Meetings, Chicago, IL, August 2015.
Thompson, Carol Y. “Understanding Species Related Conflicts Among Wildlife Protectionists and Animal Welfarists in Urban Contexts.” Pacific Sociological Association Meetings, Portland Oregon, March 2014.
Thompson, Carol, “Cats versus Birds in Urban Areas: Understanding Ideological Divides.” The Ethics of Invasive Species Management I. All Things Great and Small: Interdisciplinary Inter-species Community Conference as part of Minding Animals International. UC Davis, November 2014.
Thompson, Carol Y. “Understanding Species Related Conflicts Among Wildlife Protectionists and Animal Welfarists in Urban Contexts.” Presentation at the Pacific Sociological Association Meetings in Portland Oregon, March 2014.
Ringeisen, Elizabeth and Carol Y. Thompson. “Understanding Snake Companionship.” Mid-South Sociological Association, Atlanta, GA, October 2013.
Thompson, Carol Y. and Robert L. Young. “Animal Selves.” Pacific Sociological Association, Reno, NV, April 2013.
2008. Deans’ Teaching Award
American Sociological Association
Society for the Study of Symbolic Interaction
Pacific Sociological Association
Animals & Society Institute
Editorial Board Deviant Behavior
Manuscript Reviewer Society & Animals
Manuscript Reviewer for Societies
Manuscript Review for Anthrozoos