"The Framing of Teenage Health Care: Organization, Culture, and Control"
In: Culture, Medicine, and Psychiatry, vol. 24, no. 2, 2000, p. 231-258
"Susanville, California, a small rural town of 7000 people, once reliant on logging agriculture, and ranching and now dependent on federal, state and local jobs is the setting for a study documenting teenage sex, drug and alcohol abuse, and the dynamic set of issues that impinge on these health issues in a once-rural community transformed by the advent of a prison-based industry." (Nader and González 2000)