Jan. 7, 2020—Ronald S. Burt, Yanjie Bian, Lijun Song, and Nan Lin (eds.). 2019. Social Capital, Social Support and Stratification: An Analysis of the Sociology of Nan Lin. London: Edward Elgar Publishing.
Dec. 2, 2019—Pitt, Richard N., Lacee A. Satcher, and Amber Musette Drew. 2019. “Optimism, Innovativeness, and Competitiveness: The Relationship Between Entrepreneurial Orientations and the Development of Science Identity Centrality in Academic Scientists.” Social Currents.
Nov. 6, 2019—Prof. Lijun Song published with Feng Hao of the University of South Florida Sarasota-Manatee, in Chinese Sociological Review: “Environmental Concern in China: A Multilevel Analysis”
Nov. 6, 2019—Prof. Josh Murray published with grad student Megan L. Jordan in Class, Race and Corporate Power: “Sources of Continued Corporate Dominance“
Nov. 6, 2019—Prof. Richard Pitt publishes with Patrick Washington of the University of Illinois at Chicago, in Review of Religous Research: “Differences Between Founder-Led and Non-Founder-Led Congregations: A Research Note”
Nov. 1, 2019—2019. Holly J. McCammon and Amanda J. Brockman. “Feminist Institutional Activists: Venue Shifting, Strategic Adaptation, and Winning the Pregnancy Discrimination Act.” Sociological Forum 34:5-26.
Oct. 11, 2019—Frenette, Alexandre. 2019. Leveraging Youth: Overcoming Intergenerational Tensions in Creative Production. Social Psychology Quarterly. https://doi.org/10.1177/0190272519871297
Prof. Larry Isaac publishes with recent PhD students Jonathan Coley, Anna Jacobs, and Allison McGrath
Aug. 12, 2019—Isaac, L. W., Jacobs, A., Kucinskas, J., & McGrath, A. (2019). Social movement schools: sites for consciousness transformation, training, and prefigurative social development. Social Movement Studies, 1-23. Isaac, Larry. W., Jonathan S. Coley, Daniel B. Cornfield, and Dennis C. Dickerson (2019). Pathways to Modes of Movement Participation: Micromobilization in the Nashville Civil Rights Movement. Social...
Nov. 1, 2018—Larry Isaac publishes: “Performative Power in Nonviolent Tactical Adaptation to Violence: Evidence from U.S. Civil Rights Movement Campaigns.” Chapter 2 in Social Movements, Nonviolent Strategies, and the State, edited by Hank Johnston. forthcoming Routledge, 2019.
Nov. 1, 2018—Larry Isaac publishes with recent Ph.D., Anna Jacobs: “Gender Composition in Contentious Collective Action: ‘Girl Strikers’ in Gilded Age America–Harmful, Helpful, or Both?” Social Science History, forthcoming Winter, 2019.