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Matthew Bakko

PhD Student. Social Work/Sociology Candidate

Matthew Bakko

Research Interests/Focus

Civil Society; Community Organization; Philanthropy; Civic Engagement; Social Welfare Policy; Gender and sexuality; Mixed research methods


Year Degree   School
2014 MSW Washington University in St. Louis
2013 MA Central European University Budapest
2007 BSW Minnesota State University Moorhead
2007 BA Minnesota State University Moorhead

Richards-Schuster, K., Wernick, L., Henderson, M., Bakko, M., Rodriguez, M., & Moore, E. (2021). Engaging youth voices to address racial disproportionality in schools: Exploring the practice and potential of youth participatory research in an urban district. Children and Youth Services Review, 122, 105715.

Kattari, S. K., Bakko, M., Hecht H., & Kinney, M. K. (2020). Intersecting experiences of healthcare denials among transgender and nonbinary patients. American Journal of Preventative Medicine, 58(4), 506-513.

Seelman K. L., Kattari, S. K., Harvey, P., & Bakko, M. (2020). Trans men’s access to knowledgeable providers and experience in health care settings: Differences by demographics, mental health and degree of being “out” to providers. Health and Social Work.

Kattari, S. K., Curley, K., Bakko, M., & Misiolek, B. A. (2020). Development and validation of the Transgender Inclusive Provider Scale (TIPS). American Journal of Preventive Medicine.

Bakko, M., Kattari, L, & O’Brien, R. (2020). TNB-affirming policy: Current landscape, issues, and change practices. In S. K. Kattari, M. K. Kinney, L. Kattari, & N. E. Walls (Eds.), Social Work and Health Care Practice with Transgender and Nonbinary Individuals and Communities (pp. 286-300). Routledge.

Bakko, M., & Kattari, S. K. (2020). Transgender-related insurance denials as barriers to transgender healthcare: Differences in experience by insurance type. Journal of General Internal Medicine, 35, 1693-1700.

Kattari, S. K., Bakko, M., Langenderfer-Magruder, L., & Holloway, B. (2020). Transgender and nonbinary experiences of victimization in healthcare. Journal of Interpersonal Violence.

Kattari, S. K., Grange, J., Bakko, M., Seelman, K., & Harner, V. (2020). Distance traveled to access knowledgeable trans-related health care providers. The Annals of LGBTQ Public and Population Health, 1(2), 83-95.

Kattari, S. K., Curley, K. M., Bakko, M., & Misiolek, B. A. (2020). Response to “Opportunities missed: Commentary on ‘Development and Validation of the Trans-Inclusive Provider Scale (TIPS)’. American Journal of Preventative Medicine, 59(1), E28-E30.

Bakko, M., & Kattari, S. K. (2019). Differential access to transgender inclusive insurance and healthcare in the United States: Challenges to health across the life course. Journal of Aging and Social Policy.

Kattari, S. K., Bakko, M., Hecht H. K., & Kattari, L. (2019). Correlations between provider interactions and mental health among transgender and nonbinary adults. Social Science and Medicine: Population Health, 10.

Bakko, M. (2019). Protecting and expanding control: A philanthropy's negotiation of welfare system change during the war on poverty. Social Service Review, 93(4), 764-803.

Bakko, M. (2019). The effect of survival economy participation on transgender experiences of service provider discrimination. Sexuality Research and Social Policy, 16(3), 268-277.

Bakko, M., & McBride, A. M. (2017). University social responsibility and civic learning: Outcomes assessment and community partnership. In D. Shek & R. Hollister (eds.), University Social Responsibility: Concepts and Experiences in the Global World. Springer: Singapore.

Bakko, M., & Merz, S. (2015). Towards an affective turn in social science research? Theorising affect, rethinking Methods and (re)envisioning the social. Graduate Journal of Social Science, 11(1), 7-14.

Phillips, A., Peterson, S., Bakko, M., & Clark, T. (2011). The use of in-class growth groups in predominantly white classrooms to promote cultural competencies. Journal of Baccalaureate Social Work, 16(2), 35-54.

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