Freedom is a Constant Struggle: The Mississippi Civil Rights Movement and Its Legacy, (University of Chicago Press), 2004. (Link)
Civil Rights and the Black Freedom Struggle (Polity Press), Under Contract.
Work in Progress
“Methodological Strategies for Examining Populations of Social Movement Organizations,” Revise and resubmit, with Akram Al-Turk, Anne Hunter, and Bob Edwards.
“The Legitimacy of Protest: White Southerners’ Attitudes Toward the Civil Rights Movement,” Revise and resubmit, with Kraig Beyerlein and Tuneka Tucker.
“Lawyers and Litigation in the Southern Civil Rights Movement,” Working paper, with Kay Bond.
“Studying Movement Campaigns and Conflict Dynamics,” In Progress, with Sarah Gaby
2015. “Group Threat and Policy Change: The Spatial Dynamics of Prohibition Politics, 1890-1919,” with Charles Seguin, American Journal of Sociology.
2015. “Protest Campaigns and Movement Success: Desegregating the U.S. South in the Early 1960s” with Michael Biggs, American Sociological Review.
2015. “Local Protest and Federal Policy: The Impact of the Civil Rights Movement on the 1964 Civil Rights Act,” with Sarah Gaby, Sociological Forum
2013. “Leading Associations: How Leadership Teams Generate Leader Time Contributions,” with Matthew Baggetta and Hahrie Han, American Sociological Review 78:544-573.
2012. “Strategy in Action: Introduction” In G. Maney, R. V. Kutz- Flamenbaum, D. Rohlinger and J. Goodwin (editors). Strategy in Action. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press. (with G. Maney, R. V. Kutz-Flamenbaum, D. Rohlinger and J. Goodwin)
2011. “Civic Leadership in the Sierra Club,” Pp 110-138 in Interest Group Politics (8th Edition). Cigler, A. and Loomis, B. (editors). Washington, D.C.: CQ Press. (with ChaeyoonLim, Matt Baggetta, Hahrie Han, and Marshall Ganz)
2011. “The Relationship of Leadership Quality to the Political Presence of Civic Associations” Perspectives on Politics 9:45-59 (with Hahrie Han, Marshall Ganz, Matt Baggetta, and Chaeyoon Lim)
2010. “Making the News: Movement Organizations, Media Attention, and the Public Agenda” American Sociological Review 75:841-866 (with Neal Caren)
2010. “Leadership, Membership and Voice: Civic Associations That Work.” American Journal of Sociology. 115: 1191-1242 (with Marshall Ganz, Matt Baggetta, Hahrie Han, andChaeyoon Lim).
2010. “From Protest to Organization: The Impact of the 1960 Sit-ins on Movement Organizations in the American South.” Pp 187-203 in Dynamics of Diffusion in Social Movements, B. Givans, K. Roberts and S. Soule, eds., Cambridge University Press. (with Michael Biggs).
2008. “Black Voting During the Civil Rights Movement: A Micro-Level Analysis,” Social Forces 87:65-93 (with Kraig Beyerlein).
2007. “Author-Meets-Critics Symposium: Freedom is a Constant Struggle,” Reviews by Aldon Morris and Belinda Robnett with Response. Social Movement Studies. 6:195-205.
2006. “The Dynamics of Protest Diffusion: Movement Organizations, Social Networks, and News Media in the 1960 Sit-Ins,” American Sociological Review 71: 752-777 (with Michael Biggs).
2005. “The Organizational Structure of Local Environmentalism,” Mobilization. 10:213-234. (with Bob Edwards).
2004. “Advocacy Organizations in the U.S. Policy Process,” Annual Review of Sociology. 30:479-506. (with Bob Edwards).
2002. “Movement-Countermovement Dynamics and the Emergence of New Institutions: The Case of ‘White Flight’ Schools in Mississippi,” Social Forces. 80:911-936.
2002. “Creating Social Change: Analyzing the Impacts of Social Movements,” Pp 105-117 in Social Movements: Identity, Culture and the State. Edited by David Meyer, Belinda Robnett, and Nancy Whittier. NY: Oxford University Press.
2001. “Social Movements and Policy Implementation: The Mississippi Civil Rights Movement and the War on Poverty, 1965-1971,” American Sociological Review 66:71-95.
1997. “The Impacts of Social Movements on the Political Process: The Civil Rights Movement and Black Electoral Politics in Mississippi,” American Sociological Review 62:800-819.
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