Sociological Forum

Papers
(The TQCC of Sociological Forum is 2. 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.)
ArticleCitations
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
Giving (Money) Back To Parents: Racial/Ethnic and Immigrant–Native Variation in Monetary Exchanges During the Transition to Adulthood11
Who Speaks for the Place? Cultural Dynamics of Conflicts Over Hazardous Industrial Development11
Inequality in the Extracurriculum: How Class, Race, and Gender Shape College Involvement111
Driven by Inequalities: Exploring the Resurgence of Domestic Work in U.S. Cities10
An Interactional Space of Permanent Observability: WeChat and Reinforcing the Power Hierarchy in Chinese Workplaces10
The Psychological Costs of Experiencing Racial Discrimination in the Ivory Tower: The Untold Stories of Black Men Enrolled in Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) Doctoral Programs9
The Current Community Context of Overdose Deaths: Relations among Drug Types, Drug Markets, and Socioeconomic Neighborhood Characteristics19
A Dual‐Process Model of Economic Behavior: Using Culture and Cognition, Economic Sociology, Behavioral Economics, and Neuroscience to Reconcile Moral and Self‐Interested Economic Action*9
Aesthetic Engagement*9
Antiblackness as a Logic for Anti‐Immigrant Resentment: Evidence From California9
Welcome to the Real World: Escaping the Sociology of Culture and Cognition9
Have Schemas Been Good To Think With?*9
Restructuring Civilian Payouts for Police Misconduct9
Schemas, Interactions, and Objects in Meaning‐Making19
Class and Conformity: Thirty Years of Adult Child‐rearing Values in the U.S9
Do Legacy Industrial Sites Produce Legacy Effects in Ethnic and Racial Residential Settlement? Environmental Inequality Formation in Rhode Island’s Industrial Core18
Race, Immigration, and Support for Donald Trump: Evidence From the 2018 North Carolina Election8
The Iron Cage of Development: A Cross‐National Analysis of Incarceration, 2000 – 20158
Decolonizing Sociology Through Collaboration, Co‐Learning and Action: A Case for Participatory Action Research18
Foreign Direct Investment and the Environment: A Cross‐National Analysis of Carbon Dioxide Emissions Per Capita, 1980–201818
“Like if you Get a Hotel Bill”: Consumer Logic, Pay‐to‐Stay, and the Production of Incarceration as a Public Commodity*8
Creating Secular Spaces: Religious Threat and the Presence of Secular Student Alliances at US Colleges and Universities17
Searching for the “Sleeping Giant”: Racialized News Coverage of Latinos Pre‐2020 Elections7
In School for After School: The Relationship Between Extracurricular Participation and School Engagement7
Unequally Adrift: How Social Class and College Context Shape Students’ Mentorship Experiences7
On the Relevance of the Polish and East European Experiences in the Study of Global “Race” Regimes6
“It's (Not) Like the Flu”: Expert Narratives and the COVID‐19 Pandemic in Mainland China, Hong Kong, and the United States6
“I Really Belong Here”: Civic Capacity‐Building among Returning Citizens5
Fill the Earth and Subdue It: Christian Nationalism, Ethno‐Religious Threat, and Nationalist Pronatalism5
The Spreading of the Black Lives Matter Movement Campaign: The Italian Case in Cross‐National Perspective*5
Reclaiming the Past to Transcend the Present: Nostalgic Appeals in U.S. Presidential Elections5
Future Imaginings: Public and Personal Culture, Social Location, and the Shaping of Dreams*5
Make It Till You Break It: Toward a Typology of De‐Commemoration5
All Roads Lead to Polenta: Cultural Attractors at the Junction of Public and Personal Culture5
Revision, Reclassification, and Refrigerators15
Fight‐or‐Flight for America: The Affective Conditioning of Christian Nationalist Ideological Views During the Transition to Adulthood1,25
Black Ballerinas: The Management of Emotional and Aesthetic Labor*5
Covering the Dawsons: Racial Variation in Newspaper Framing of Urban Crime5
The Paradox of Constrained Well‐being: Childhood Autonomy, Surveillance and Inequality*4
To Follow the Prescribed Pathway? Aspiring Professional Women and Anticipations of Work–Family Conflict14
Collective Neoliberalism and Market Fundamentalism: Why Concerned People Acquiesce to the Oil and Gas Industry14
Beyond “Making Poland Great Again.” Nostalgia in Polish Populist and Non‐populist Discourses14
Christian Religiosity, Religious Nostalgia, and Attitudes Toward Muslims in 20 Western Countries4
Cognitive Sociology after Relational Biology14
How Cultural Environments Shape Online Sentiment Toward Social Movements: Place Character and Support for Feminism*4
Dark Fun: The Cruelties of Hedonic Communities14
Changing Times, Shifting Attitudes: Explaining Americans’ Attitudes Toward Same‐Sex Relations From 1973 to 201814
“We Foreigners Lived In Our Foreign Bubble”: Understanding Colorblind Ideology In Expatriate Narratives14
(Bio)Logics of The Family: Gender, Biological Relatedness, and Attitudes Toward Children’s Gender Nonconformity in a Vignette Experiment14
National Culture on the Cross‐National Variation of Homicide: An Empirical Application of the Inglehart–Welzel Cultural Map4
Measures and Their Countermeasures: Reflexivity and Second‐Order Reactivity in Quantifying Immigrant Integration4
Educating for Organizing in U.S. Sociology: A Missing Component in Scholar‐Activist Pedagogy14
Disciplining Student Activism: Secondary Schools as Sites of Resistance and Control in Hong Kong*4
Nationalism and the Politics of Nostalgia14
Biography, Trauma, the Holocaust and the Sociological Eye4
Racial Microaggressions and Coping Mechanisms Among Latina/o College Students3
“The Panorama of Conquest”: A Cultural Approach to National Emotions3
Mobilizing the Past in Revolutionary Times: Memory, Counter‐Memory, and Nostalgia During the Lebanese Uprising3
Exploring the Use of Exclusionary Practices Against African American Participation in Urban Nightlife3
High‐Risk Transnationalism: Why Do Israeli‐Americans Volunteer in the Israeli Military?*3
The Case of Cubans: Racial Inequality in U.S. Homeownership and Home Values3
Wanting a “Feminist Abortion Experience”: Emotion Work, Collective Identity, and Pro‐Choice Discourse13
Domain‐Dependent National Pride and Support for the Radical Right: Pride in the Nation's History3
Climate Solidarity: A Framework and Research Agenda for Low‐Carbon Behavior3
“I’m Trying to Give Them My Face.” Everyday Embodied Agency of the Muslim Other in Amsterdam3
The Politics of Speech on Campus13
On Teaching as Activism3
Toward a Viable Progressive Third Party in 2020 and Beyond13
How College Men Understand Unwanted Sex with Women3
Less Like Magic, More Like a Chore: How Sex for the Purpose of Pregnancy Becomes a Third Shift for Women in Heterosexual Couples*13
Is Good Credit Good? State Credit Ratings and Economic Insecurity, 1996–201213
Becoming “People of Faith:” Personal Moral Authenticity in the Cultural Practices of a Faith‐Based Social Justice Movement3
Wrong versus Right(eous): Online Reader Comments as Scientific Boundary‐Work3
Siting Schools, Choosing Students? Protecting White Habitus Through Charter School Recruitment3
Broker Wisdom: How Migrants Navigate a Broker‐Centric Migration System in Vietnam1,23
Meeting the Moral Markers of Success: Concerted Cultivation among Second‐Generation Muslim Parents*3
Gender and Race in American Elections: From the Pathos of Prediction to the Power of Possibility13
On Rupture: Establishing the Cognitive Bases of Social Change3
The Changing Valuation of Dogs12
Strategic Choices: How Conservative Women Activists Remained Active throughout Tunisia's Democratic Transition2
“No Tyson in Tongie!”: The Battle to Protect a Rural Way of Life in Kansas*2
My Debt? Our Debt? Ambiguity and Advantage in Family Financial Assistance for Graduate School12
The Promise of Sociology of Television: Investigating the Potential of Phenomenological Approaches2
More Than Metaphors: Will Sociology Search for the Soul of Du Bois?2
Attributing Responsibility When Police Officers are Killed in the Line of Duty: An Ethnographic Content Analysis of Local Print News Media Frames2
Moving Onward and Upward in a “Dead‐End” Job: Extrinsic Motivations and Rewards in Health Care Work2
A Hundred Years from Weber: Science as Vocation and the Resurgence of National Populism12
Building Pedagogical and Activist Relationships2
The Evolution of Nostalgia in Britain 1979–20192
Environmental Precedent: Foregrounding the Environmental Consequences of Law in Sociology2
The Heterarchy of Occupational Status: Evidence for Diverse Logics of Prestige in the United States*2
Embodied Othering Encounters with Muslim(‐Looking) Passengers: Riding across Amsterdam, Tallinn, Leipzig, and Turku12
What’s Your Reality? Evaluating Sources and Addressing “Fake News”2
Beyond The God Gap: Mapping Religiopolitical Heterogeneity in the United States12
The Sociology of W. E. B. Du Bois*2
Bounded Explorers: Online Constructions of Solo Women Travelers2
The Enigma of an Emerging Pink Economy in China: Pain Points, Entrepreneurial Opportunities, and Organizational Legitimacy12
“Big Brother’s Bigger Brother”: The Visual Politics of (Counter) Surveillance in Baltimore2
The “Yellow Spot” on Europe’s “Snow White Body”2
Nativism and Nostalgia in the Netherlands12
Institutional, Ideological, and Interactional Constraints: The Case of Sexual Abuse in White Evangelical Settings12
Counter‐Clinical Spaces12
Response to Vaisey12
Introduction to the Special Issue: Advancing Publicly Engaged Sociology2
Cultivated Participation: Looking Closer at the Relationship Between Education and Participation12
Infrastructures of Sociality: How Disadvantaged Students Navigate Inequity at the University12
Political Embeddedness or World Cultural Pressure? Explaining Corporate Social Responsibility Reporting in China, 2006–202012
“The Books Make You Feel Bad”: Expert Advice and Maternal Anxiety in the Early 21st Century*2
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