Anne Sweaney

College of Family and Consumer Sciences

Financial Planning, Housing and Consumer Economics

Josiah Meigs Distinguished Professor Emerita

Address:
262 Dawson Hall
305 Sanford Dr.
Athens, GA 30602

E-Mail:

workOffice Phone: 706-546-0975

Alternate Phone: 706-207-0202

Curriculum Vitae

Education

Degree Field of Study Institution Graduation
Ph.D. Business Administration The University of Alabama
M.A. Home Economics Education The University of Alabama
B.A. Home Economics Education The University of Northern Iowa

Research

  • Housing for the elderly
  • Affordable housing
  • Manufactured housing
  • Household technology
  • Public policy

Teaching

Housing policy, household technology, internship orientation, housing for the elderly

Publications

Mimura, Y., Sweaney, A.L., Reeves, J.H., & Eaves, C.P. (2010). Consumer perception of manufactured homes: Does knowing they are manufactured homes matter? International Journal for Housing Science, 34(4), 275-286.

 

James, R.N., III. & Sweaney, A.L. (2010). Housing dissatisfaction and cognitive decline in older adults. Journal of Housing for the Elderly, 24. 93-106.

 

James, R.N., Carswell, A.T., & Sweaney, A.L. (2009). Sources of disconnect: Residential satisfaction of tenants from an internet ratings site. Environment and Behavior, 41(1). 43-59.

 

Mimura, Y., Vanderford, S.E., George, L., & Sweaney, A.L. (2009). Are profiles of ‘mobile home’ residents in Georgia changing? Evidence from 1980, 1990, and 2000. Housing and Society, 36(1), 29-52.

 

Nunn, T.L., Sweaney, A.L., Cude, B.J., & Hathcote, J.M. (2009). Consumer receptiveness to universal design features. International Journal of Consumer Studies, 33(1),1-9.

 

Cude, B.J., Swagler, R.M., & Sweaney, A.L. (2008). 2008 Distinguished ACCI Fellow: Julia Marlowe. Journal of Consumer Affairs. 42(1), 4-5. [Invited paper]

 

Tinsley, K., Cude, B., Rodgers, T. & Sweaney, A. L. (2008). Partnering with Local Employers to Meet Housing Needs. Journal of Extension. 46(6). Available at http://www.joe.org/joe/2008december/rb8.shtml

 

Manley, K.S. & Sweaney, A.L. (2007). www.GetYourFACtS.com: Cyber Community for Housing, Consumer Economics Created. Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences, 99(1), 41-42.

 

Vanderford, S.E., Mimura, Y., Sweaney, A.L., & Carswell, A.T. (2007). An analysis of tenure and house structure type by household composition. Family & Consumer Sciences Research Journal 36(2), 93-109. [Reprinted in special online edition of FCSRJ on "Families and Housing" in November 2009; downloadable at http://www.wiley.com/bw/vi.asp?ref=1077-727X&site=1#405

 

Manley, K.S. & Sweaney, A.L. (2007). www.GetYourFACtS.com: Cyber Community for Housing, Consumer Economics Created. Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences, 99(1), 41-42.

 

Vanderford, S.E., Mimura, Y., Sweaney, A.L., & Carswell, A.T. (2007). An analysis of tenure and house structure type by household composition. Family & Consumer Sciences Research Journal 36(2), 93-109. [Reprinted in special online edition of FCSRJ on "Families and Housing" in November 2009; downloadable at http://www.wiley.com/bw/vi.asp?ref=1077-727X&site=1#405

 

Vanderford, S. E., Mimura, Y., & Sweaney, A. L. (2005) Searching for a way to house more Americans: A hedonic price comparison of manufactured and site-built homes in the non-msa United States. Journal of Real Estate Research

 

Sweaney, A.L., Manley, K. S., Atiles, J. H., Bachtel, D. C., Cude, B. J., Ragsdale, M. G., Rodgers, T. F., Tinsley, K. L., Valente, J. S., & Shelton, G. G. (2004).Rural workforce housing: Perceived barriers and incentives for development. Housing and Society, 31(1), 15-28.

 

Sweaney, A. L., Mimura, Y., & Meeks, C. B (2004). Changes in perceived housing quality among elderly movers: Does neighborhood and tenure matter? Journal of Housing for the Elderly, 18(1&2).

 

 

Sweaney, A. L. (2003). The challenge of crossing cultures in London. Journal of Family and Consumer Sciences, 95(1,65-67).

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