Steve Blanchard, PhD
Professor of Sociology

Education:  
  • PhD, Sociology and Population Studies - University of Texas at Austin 

  • MPh - The University of Texas School of Public Health 

  • BA, Social History - University of Houston 
Contact Info:
Office:
Moye Hall, Room 215
Phone : 210-434-6711, ext. 2273

Email: kblanchard@ollusa.edu

Publications:

Stephen Blanchard, Benjamin Bradshaw and David Smith, ‘The 1918 Influenza Pandemic and 20th Century Coronary Heart Disease,’ under review, Biodemography and Social Biology,

Renelinda Arana, Carrie Castaneda-Sound, Stephen Blanchard, Teresita Aguilar, ‘Indicators of Persistence for Hispanic Undergraduate Achievement: Toward an Ecological Model’, June 2011 Journal of Hispanic Higher Education.

Stephen Blanchard, Ray Palmer, Zachary Stein, The Value of Ecological Studies: Mercury Concentration in Ambient Air and the Risk of Autism. June 2012 Reviews of Environmental Health

Ray Palmer, Stephen Blanchard, Robert Wood, ‘Proximity to point sources of environmental mercury release as a predictor of autism prevalence,’ January 2009, June 2011, Journal of Health and Place

Benjamin Bradshaw, David Smith, Stephen Blanchard, ‘A cohort study of tuberculosis and the 1918 influenza,’ September 2008, Social Biology

Raquel Marquez, Louis Mendoza, Stephen Blanchard, ‘Neighborhood Formation on the West Side of San Antonio, Texas, accepted for publication, January 2007, Latino Studies

Ray Palmer, Stephen Blanchard, David Mandell, Claudia Miller, ‘Environmental mercury release, special education rates, and autism disorder: an ecological study of Texas,’ Journal of Health and Place (12) 2006

Ray Palmer, Stephen Blanchard, David Mandell, Carlos Jaen, The association between school district resources and identification of children with autistic disorder,’ American Journal of Public Health, January 2005 

James Speer, Tom Reynolds, Bill Spears, Stephen Blanchard, Cynthia Warwick, ‘Information for rural economic and community health: progress toward an integrated system,’ Journal of Texas Rural Health, Winter 2003

Michael Parchman, M.D., Robert Ferrar, M.D., Stephen Blanchard,’Using GIS in family medicine research, ‘ The Journal of Family Practice Medicine, Spring 2002

Myron Gutmann, Parker Frisbie, Michael Haines, Stephen Blanchard, ‘Intra-ethnic diversity in Hispanic child mortality, 1890 – 1910,’ Demography, November 1999

Myron Gutmann, Parker Frisbie, Stephen Blanchard, ‘A new look at the Hispanic population in the United States in 1910,’ Historical Methods, Winter, 1999

Benjamin Bradshaw, David Johnson, Derral Cheatwood, Stephen Blanchard,’ An historical geographical study of lethal violence in San Antonio,’ Social Science Quarterly, 1998

Benjamin Bradshaw, Stephen Blanchard, George Thompson, ‘The ‘New World Syndrome’ in the Mexican origin population: a multiple cause of death analsysi,’ Social Biology 1997

Benjamin Bradshaw, Stephen Blanchard, George Thompson,’Postneonatal diarrhea mortality of Mexican American and Anglo American infants: trends and context, Population Research and Policy Review 1996

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