Sociological Forum

(The H4-Index of Sociological Forum is 12. The table below lists those papers that are above that threshold based on CrossRef citation counts [max. 250 papers]. The publications cover those that have been published in the past four years, i.e., from 2020-04-01 to 2024-04-01.)
Crusading for Moral Authority: Christian Nationalism and Opposition to Science41
A Queer Sociology: On Power, Race, and Decentering Whiteness30
Has Pandemic Threat Stoked Xenophobia? How COVID‐19 Influences California Voters’ Attitudes toward Diversity and Immigration*21
Culture, Cognition, and Internalization20
Fake News Is Real: The Significance and Sources of Disbelief in Mainstream Media in Trump’s America20
The Crisis of Masculinity for Gendered Democracies: Before, During, and After Trump19
“I Don’t Want Everybody to Vote”: Christian Nationalism and Restricting Voter Access in the United States17
“Eurowhite” Conceit, “Dirty White” Ressentment: “Race” in Europe17
Counterspaces, Counterstructures: Low‐Income, First‐Generation, And Working‐Class Students’ Peer Support At Selective Colleges115
The Passion Paradigm: Professional Adherence to and Consequences of the Ideology of “Do What You Love”14
Advancing Publicly Engaged Sociology113
Reckoning with Asian America and the New Culture War on Affirmative Action*13
The Solidary Relationship’s Consequences for the Ebb and Flow of Activism: Collaborative Evidence from Life‐History Interviews and Social Media Event Analysis,12
The Real Crisis at the Mexico‐U.S. Border: A Humanitarian and Not an Immigration Emergency12
Navigating the First Year of College: Siblings, Parents, and First‐Generation Students’ Experiences12
Unchurched Christian Nationalism and the 2016 U.S. Presidential Election*12