Ford, Julie M. 2006. “Some Implications of Denominational Heterogeneity and Church Attendance for Alcohol Consumption among Hispanics.” The Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 45: 253-267.
Ford, Julie M. and Andrew A. Beveridge. 2006. “Varieties of Substance Use and Visible Drug Problems: Individual and Neighborhood Factors.” Journal of Drug Issues 36 (2): 377-392.
Ford, Julie M. and Andrew A. Beveridge. 2006. “Neighborhood Crime Victimization, Drug Use and Drug Sales: Results from the Fighting Back Evaluation.” Journal of Drug Issues 36 (2): 389-412.
Ford, Julie M. and Andrew A. Beveridge. 2004. “’Bad’ Neighborhoods, Fast Food, ‘Sleazy’ Businesses, and Drug Dealers: Relations Between the Location of Licit and Illicit Businesses in the Urban Environment.” Journal of Drug Issues 34:51-76.
Ford, Julie and Charles Kadushin. 2002. “Between Sacral Belief and Moral Community: A Multidimensional Approach to the Relationship Between Religion and Alcohol among Whites and Blacks.” Sociological Forum 17:255-279.
Ford, Julie. 2001. “Substance Use and Self-Reported Mental Health: The Moderating Effect of Acquaintance Use Behavior Among Adults.” Journal of Drug Issues 31:565-590.
Saxe, Leonard, Charles Kadushin, Andrew Beveridge, David Livert, Elizabeth Tighe, David Rindskopf, Julie Ford, and Archie Brodsky. 2001. “The Visibility of Illicit Drugs: Implications for Community-based Drug Control Strategies.” American Journal of Public Health 91:1987-1994
Ford, Julie, Stephen Thompson and Elliot Weininger. 1994. “Utopian Politics in a Multicultural Society: An Interview with Jürgen Habermas.” Found Object 3:3-10.
Fine, Gary Alan and Julie Ford. 1989. “Magic Settings: The Reflection of Middle Class-Life in ‘Beauty and the Beast.’” Midwestern Folklore 15:89-100.