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  • Religion | Department of Sociology | University of Washington
    Toward a Sociological Theory of Membership Dynamics in Religious Voluntary Associations PhD Dissertation Department of Sociology University of Washington Wollschleger Jason 2010 Organization and Religious Participation Solving Collective Action Problems at the Congregational Level PhD Dissertation Department of Sociology University of Washington Publications Essays and Articles Marion Goldman and Steven Pfaff 2014 Reconsidering Virtuosity Religious Innovation and Spiritual Privilege Sociological Theory 32 2 128 46 Events mentioning Religion Browse by fields of interest Africa Aging Applied Sociology Big Data Children Youth and Families Collective Action Communication Community Comparative Historical Sociology Comparative Politics Comparative Sociology Computational Methods Conflict Criminal Law and Punishment Criminology Culture Data Driven Discovery Demography Deviance and Social Control Disability East Asian Societies East European Ecology Economic Sociology Education Environment Ethnic Identity Ethnography Family Fatherhood Feminism and Feminist Theory Fertility Field Research Methods Finance and Credit Gender Globalization Group Dynamics Health Health Disparities Health Services Historical Sociology Human Rights Immigration Incarceration Indigenous Cultures Peoples Institutions International Studies Jewish Studies Justice Juvenile Justice Labor Language Latin America Latin American Law and Society Life Course Marriage Unions Masculinity Mathematical Demography Media Studies Medical Sociology Mental Health Migration Morbidity Mortality Motherhood Murder Nationalism Natural Disasters Neighborhoods Organizations Perception and Cognition Political Economy Political Sociology Population Population Health Poverty Public Health Public Opinion Public Policy Qualitative Methods Quantitative Methods Race and Ethnicity Religion Research Methods Residential Mobility and Migration Residential Segregation Sexuality Social Change Social Class Social Demography Social Justice Social Mobility Social Movements Social Networks Social Psychology Social Stratification Inequality Social Welfare Socio Biology Sociological Theory Sociology of Knowledge Sociology of Sport South Asian Southeast Asian Statistics Technology Theory Urban Community Urban Studies Victimization Violence and Trauma Wealth West European Work and Occupations Support Us Give to Sociology Stay Connected Facebook News Feed Mailing List Alumni Update Main Menu People Faculty

    Original URL path: https://soc.washington.edu/fields/religion (2016-04-27)
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  • Social Movements | Department of Sociology | University of Washington
    Sociology Adjunct Professor of Political Science Member Jewish Studies Program Nina Cesare Graduate Student Gary Marx Affiliate Professor Michael Mulcahy Affiliate Assistant Professor Karl Dieter Opp Affiliate Professor Visiting Spring Quarter Steve Pfaff Professor Events mentioning Social Movements Browse by fields of interest Africa Aging Applied Sociology Big Data Children Youth and Families Collective Action Communication Community Comparative Historical Sociology Comparative Politics Comparative Sociology Computational Methods Conflict Criminal Law and Punishment Criminology Culture Data Driven Discovery Demography Deviance and Social Control Disability East Asian Societies East European Ecology Economic Sociology Education Environment Ethnic Identity Ethnography Family Fatherhood Feminism and Feminist Theory Fertility Field Research Methods Finance and Credit Gender Globalization Group Dynamics Health Health Disparities Health Services Historical Sociology Human Rights Immigration Incarceration Indigenous Cultures Peoples Institutions International Studies Jewish Studies Justice Juvenile Justice Labor Language Latin America Latin American Law and Society Life Course Marriage Unions Masculinity Mathematical Demography Media Studies Medical Sociology Mental Health Migration Morbidity Mortality Motherhood Murder Nationalism Natural Disasters Neighborhoods Organizations Perception and Cognition Political Economy Political Sociology Population Population Health Poverty Public Health Public Opinion Public Policy Qualitative Methods Quantitative Methods Race and Ethnicity Religion Research Methods Residential Mobility and Migration Residential Segregation Sexuality Social Change Social Class Social Demography Social Justice Social Mobility Social Movements Social Networks Social Psychology Social Stratification Inequality Social Welfare Socio Biology Sociological Theory Sociology of Knowledge Sociology of Sport South Asian Southeast Asian Statistics Technology Theory Urban Community Urban Studies Victimization Violence and Trauma Wealth West European Work and Occupations Support Us Give to Sociology Stay Connected Facebook News Feed Mailing List Alumni Update Main Menu People Faculty Core Faculty Emeritus Faculty Adjuncts Affiliates Postdocs Visitors Staff Graduate Students Job Market Candidates Alumni Alumni News Alumni Update Programs Courses Undergraduate Meet With an Advisor Applying to Sociology Current

    Original URL path: https://soc.washington.edu/fields/social-movements (2016-04-27)
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  • Nationalism | Department of Sociology | University of Washington
    Genocidal Mass Murder Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism 14 3 December 2015 pp 484 499 Eger Maureen A and Sarah Valdez 2015 Neo nationalism in Western Europe European Sociological Review 31 1 115 130 Graduate Dissertations Koski Karell Daniel This Project We Call Spain Nationality Autochthony and Politics in Spain s North African Exclaves PhD Dissertation Department of Sociology University of Washington Valdez Sarah 2011 Neonationalism in Scandinavia Immigration Segregation and Anti Immigrant Voting in Denmark and Sweden PhD Dissertation Department of Sociology University of Washington Events mentioning Nationalism Browse by fields of interest Africa Aging Applied Sociology Big Data Children Youth and Families Collective Action Communication Community Comparative Historical Sociology Comparative Politics Comparative Sociology Computational Methods Conflict Criminal Law and Punishment Criminology Culture Data Driven Discovery Demography Deviance and Social Control Disability East Asian Societies East European Ecology Economic Sociology Education Environment Ethnic Identity Ethnography Family Fatherhood Feminism and Feminist Theory Fertility Field Research Methods Finance and Credit Gender Globalization Group Dynamics Health Health Disparities Health Services Historical Sociology Human Rights Immigration Incarceration Indigenous Cultures Peoples Institutions International Studies Jewish Studies Justice Juvenile Justice Labor Language Latin America Latin American Law and Society Life Course Marriage Unions Masculinity Mathematical Demography Media Studies Medical Sociology Mental Health Migration Morbidity Mortality Motherhood Murder Nationalism Natural Disasters Neighborhoods Organizations Perception and Cognition Political Economy Political Sociology Population Population Health Poverty Public Health Public Opinion Public Policy Qualitative Methods Quantitative Methods Race and Ethnicity Religion Research Methods Residential Mobility and Migration Residential Segregation Sexuality Social Change Social Class Social Demography Social Justice Social Mobility Social Movements Social Networks Social Psychology Social Stratification Inequality Social Welfare Socio Biology Sociological Theory Sociology of Knowledge Sociology of Sport South Asian Southeast Asian Statistics Technology Theory Urban Community Urban Studies Victimization Violence and Trauma Wealth West European

    Original URL path: https://soc.washington.edu/fields/nationalism (2016-04-27)
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  • Culture | Department of Sociology | University of Washington
    Wellman Adjunct Associate Professor News Congratulations to Dr Kelly Kistner Sep 15 2014 Research Publications Shaw L in press Mechanics and dynamics of social construction Modeling the emergence of culture from individual mental representation Poetics Publications Books Schwartz Pepper and Martha Kempner Fifty Great Myths about Human Sexuality Wiley Press 2015 Events mentioning Culture Browse by fields of interest Africa Aging Applied Sociology Big Data Children Youth and Families Collective Action Communication Community Comparative Historical Sociology Comparative Politics Comparative Sociology Computational Methods Conflict Criminal Law and Punishment Criminology Culture Data Driven Discovery Demography Deviance and Social Control Disability East Asian Societies East European Ecology Economic Sociology Education Environment Ethnic Identity Ethnography Family Fatherhood Feminism and Feminist Theory Fertility Field Research Methods Finance and Credit Gender Globalization Group Dynamics Health Health Disparities Health Services Historical Sociology Human Rights Immigration Incarceration Indigenous Cultures Peoples Institutions International Studies Jewish Studies Justice Juvenile Justice Labor Language Latin America Latin American Law and Society Life Course Marriage Unions Masculinity Mathematical Demography Media Studies Medical Sociology Mental Health Migration Morbidity Mortality Motherhood Murder Nationalism Natural Disasters Neighborhoods Organizations Perception and Cognition Political Economy Political Sociology Population Population Health Poverty Public Health Public Opinion Public Policy Qualitative Methods Quantitative Methods Race and Ethnicity Religion Research Methods Residential Mobility and Migration Residential Segregation Sexuality Social Change Social Class Social Demography Social Justice Social Mobility Social Movements Social Networks Social Psychology Social Stratification Inequality Social Welfare Socio Biology Sociological Theory Sociology of Knowledge Sociology of Sport South Asian Southeast Asian Statistics Technology Theory Urban Community Urban Studies Victimization Violence and Trauma Wealth West European Work and Occupations Support Us Give to Sociology Stay Connected Facebook News Feed Mailing List Alumni Update Main Menu People Faculty Core Faculty Emeritus Faculty Adjuncts Affiliates Postdocs Visitors Staff Graduate Students Job Market Candidates

    Original URL path: https://soc.washington.edu/fields/culture (2016-04-27)
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  • Finance and Credit | Department of Sociology | University of Washington
    of Political and Social Science forthcoming 660 1 Publications Book Chapters Kiser Edgar 2014 Sociological Approaches to Coercion and the State Pp 136 140 in Jorge Martinez Vasquez and Stanley Winer ed Coercion and Social Welfare in Public Finance Economic and Political Perspectives Cambridge Cambridge University Press Graduate Dissertations Maroto Michelle Lee 2012 The Scarring Effects of Bankruptcy Cumulative Disadvantage across Credit and Labor Markets PhD Dissertation Department of Sociology University of Washington Warnock Deborah M 2010 When Does Money Matter Parents Perceptions of Paying for College and Students Expectations Preparedness and Enrollment PhD Dissertation Department of Sociology University of Washington Events mentioning Finance and Credit Browse by fields of interest Africa Aging Applied Sociology Big Data Children Youth and Families Collective Action Communication Community Comparative Historical Sociology Comparative Politics Comparative Sociology Computational Methods Conflict Criminal Law and Punishment Criminology Culture Data Driven Discovery Demography Deviance and Social Control Disability East Asian Societies East European Ecology Economic Sociology Education Environment Ethnic Identity Ethnography Family Fatherhood Feminism and Feminist Theory Fertility Field Research Methods Finance and Credit Gender Globalization Group Dynamics Health Health Disparities Health Services Historical Sociology Human Rights Immigration Incarceration Indigenous Cultures Peoples Institutions International Studies Jewish Studies Justice Juvenile Justice Labor Language Latin America Latin American Law and Society Life Course Marriage Unions Masculinity Mathematical Demography Media Studies Medical Sociology Mental Health Migration Morbidity Mortality Motherhood Murder Nationalism Natural Disasters Neighborhoods Organizations Perception and Cognition Political Economy Political Sociology Population Population Health Poverty Public Health Public Opinion Public Policy Qualitative Methods Quantitative Methods Race and Ethnicity Religion Research Methods Residential Mobility and Migration Residential Segregation Sexuality Social Change Social Class Social Demography Social Justice Social Mobility Social Movements Social Networks Social Psychology Social Stratification Inequality Social Welfare Socio Biology Sociological Theory Sociology of Knowledge Sociology of Sport South

    Original URL path: https://soc.washington.edu/fields/finance-and-credit (2016-04-27)
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  • Marriage/Unions | Department of Sociology | University of Washington
    Society DOI 10 1093 sp jxu030 Graduate Dissertations Lui Ching Wu Lake 2015 Moving Up or Staying Put Mobility Marriage and Gender in Transitional China PhD Dissertation Department of Sociology University of Washington Tamaki Emi 2013 The Gendered Effects of Marriage on Health in Japan Structure Role Expectations and Outcomes PhD Dissertation Department of Sociology University of Washington Publications Books Schwartz Pepper and Martha Kempner Fifty Great Myths about Human Sexuality Wiley Press 2015 Events mentioning Marriage Unions Browse by fields of interest Africa Aging Applied Sociology Big Data Children Youth and Families Collective Action Communication Community Comparative Historical Sociology Comparative Politics Comparative Sociology Computational Methods Conflict Criminal Law and Punishment Criminology Culture Data Driven Discovery Demography Deviance and Social Control Disability East Asian Societies East European Ecology Economic Sociology Education Environment Ethnic Identity Ethnography Family Fatherhood Feminism and Feminist Theory Fertility Field Research Methods Finance and Credit Gender Globalization Group Dynamics Health Health Disparities Health Services Historical Sociology Human Rights Immigration Incarceration Indigenous Cultures Peoples Institutions International Studies Jewish Studies Justice Juvenile Justice Labor Language Latin America Latin American Law and Society Life Course Marriage Unions Masculinity Mathematical Demography Media Studies Medical Sociology Mental Health Migration Morbidity Mortality Motherhood Murder Nationalism Natural Disasters Neighborhoods Organizations Perception and Cognition Political Economy Political Sociology Population Population Health Poverty Public Health Public Opinion Public Policy Qualitative Methods Quantitative Methods Race and Ethnicity Religion Research Methods Residential Mobility and Migration Residential Segregation Sexuality Social Change Social Class Social Demography Social Justice Social Mobility Social Movements Social Networks Social Psychology Social Stratification Inequality Social Welfare Socio Biology Sociological Theory Sociology of Knowledge Sociology of Sport South Asian Southeast Asian Statistics Technology Theory Urban Community Urban Studies Victimization Violence and Trauma Wealth West European Work and Occupations Support Us Give to Sociology Stay Connected Facebook

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  • Media Studies | Department of Sociology | University of Washington
    on Twitter Cesare Nina Hedwig Lee Tyler McCormick and Ali Shojaie Examining Demographic Trends in Political Opinion on Twitter The Case of Gun Control McCormick Tyler Hedwig Lee Nina Cesare and Ali Shojaie Using Twitter for Demographic and Social Science Research Tools for Data Collection Revise and Resubmit Sociological Methods and Research Zagheni E Garimella V R K Weber I and State B 2014 Inferring International and Internal Migration Patterns from Twitter Data WWW Companion 2014 439 444 Events mentioning Media Studies Browse by fields of interest Africa Aging Applied Sociology Big Data Children Youth and Families Collective Action Communication Community Comparative Historical Sociology Comparative Politics Comparative Sociology Computational Methods Conflict Criminal Law and Punishment Criminology Culture Data Driven Discovery Demography Deviance and Social Control Disability East Asian Societies East European Ecology Economic Sociology Education Environment Ethnic Identity Ethnography Family Fatherhood Feminism and Feminist Theory Fertility Field Research Methods Finance and Credit Gender Globalization Group Dynamics Health Health Disparities Health Services Historical Sociology Human Rights Immigration Incarceration Indigenous Cultures Peoples Institutions International Studies Jewish Studies Justice Juvenile Justice Labor Language Latin America Latin American Law and Society Life Course Marriage Unions Masculinity Mathematical Demography Media Studies Medical Sociology Mental Health Migration Morbidity Mortality Motherhood Murder Nationalism Natural Disasters Neighborhoods Organizations Perception and Cognition Political Economy Political Sociology Population Population Health Poverty Public Health Public Opinion Public Policy Qualitative Methods Quantitative Methods Race and Ethnicity Religion Research Methods Residential Mobility and Migration Residential Segregation Sexuality Social Change Social Class Social Demography Social Justice Social Mobility Social Movements Social Networks Social Psychology Social Stratification Inequality Social Welfare Socio Biology Sociological Theory Sociology of Knowledge Sociology of Sport South Asian Southeast Asian Statistics Technology Theory Urban Community Urban Studies Victimization Violence and Trauma Wealth West European Work and Occupations Support Us Give to

    Original URL path: https://soc.washington.edu/fields/media-studies (2016-04-27)
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  • Social Mobility | Department of Sociology | University of Washington
    Staying Put Mobility Marriage and Gender in Transitional China PhD Dissertation Department of Sociology University of Washington De Burgomaster Scott G 2012 Moving On Up Access Persistence and Outcomes of Immigrant and Native Youth in Postsecondary Education PhD Dissertation Department of Sociology University of Washington Magarati Ratna M 2010 Bilingualism and Educational Expectations College Access and Success of Youth from Immigrant Families A Test of Segmented Assimilation Theory PhD Dissertation Department of Sociology University of Washington Events mentioning Social Mobility Browse by fields of interest Africa Aging Applied Sociology Big Data Children Youth and Families Collective Action Communication Community Comparative Historical Sociology Comparative Politics Comparative Sociology Computational Methods Conflict Criminal Law and Punishment Criminology Culture Data Driven Discovery Demography Deviance and Social Control Disability East Asian Societies East European Ecology Economic Sociology Education Environment Ethnic Identity Ethnography Family Fatherhood Feminism and Feminist Theory Fertility Field Research Methods Finance and Credit Gender Globalization Group Dynamics Health Health Disparities Health Services Historical Sociology Human Rights Immigration Incarceration Indigenous Cultures Peoples Institutions International Studies Jewish Studies Justice Juvenile Justice Labor Language Latin America Latin American Law and Society Life Course Marriage Unions Masculinity Mathematical Demography Media Studies Medical Sociology Mental Health Migration Morbidity Mortality Motherhood Murder Nationalism Natural Disasters Neighborhoods Organizations Perception and Cognition Political Economy Political Sociology Population Population Health Poverty Public Health Public Opinion Public Policy Qualitative Methods Quantitative Methods Race and Ethnicity Religion Research Methods Residential Mobility and Migration Residential Segregation Sexuality Social Change Social Class Social Demography Social Justice Social Mobility Social Movements Social Networks Social Psychology Social Stratification Inequality Social Welfare Socio Biology Sociological Theory Sociology of Knowledge Sociology of Sport South Asian Southeast Asian Statistics Technology Theory Urban Community Urban Studies Victimization Violence and Trauma Wealth West European Work and Occupations Support Us Give to Sociology Stay

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