Billings, Katie R. and Kathryne M. Young. (2021). “How cultural capital shapes mental health care seeking in college.” Sociological Perspectives. https://doi.org/10.1177/07311214211042856.
Statz, Michele, Katie R. Billings, and Jordan Wolf (2021). “Rurality as concordance: Mental health service delivery for rural survivors of intimate partner violence.” Sociological Perspectives. https://doi.org/10.1177/07311214211019078.
Billings, Katie R., David A. Cort, Tannuja D. Rozario, and Derek P. Siegel (2020). “Stigma beliefs in context: Country and regional variation in the effects of instrumental stigma beliefs on protective sexual behaviors in Latin America, the Caribbean, and Southern Africa.” Social Science & Medicine. https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/abs/pii/S027795362030784X.
Young, Kathryne M. and Katie R. Billings (2020). “Cultural capital and legal consciousness.” Law & Society Review, 54(1) 33–65.
Billings, Katie R. (2020). “Stigma in class: mental illness, social class, and tokenism in elite college culture.” Sociological Perspectives. https://doi.org/10.1177/0731121420921878.
Under Review and In Preparation
Billings, Katie R. “Does status predict suicide? Subjective and objective social status predicting suicidality in the United States.” [Under review at the American Sociological Review]
Billings, Katie R. and Kathryne M. Young. “The changing landscape of compliance with police: Race, class, and legitimacy.” [Under review at Law & Human Behavior]
Billings, Katie R. “Mental illness and culture.” [In preparation for invited chapter in Wiley Blackwell Encyclopedia of Health, Illness, Behavior, and Society due November 15, 2022]
Billings, Katie R. “Defining suicidality: What can suicide survivors’ experiences teach us about suicidality?” [Working paper]
Pachucki, Mark and Katie R. Billings. “Social status in social networks: How various measures of social status predict signed tie formation in early adolescence.” [Working paper]
Young, Kathryne M. and Katie R. Billings. Forthcoming. “The justice gap landscape: Which Americans are at greatest risk for everyday civil justice problems? Utah Law Review.
Billings, Katie R. 2018. “Book review: ‘Navigating conflict: how youth handle trouble in a high-poverty school,’ by Calvin Morrill and Michael Musheno.” Law & Society Review, 52(2), 551–4.