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Daniel J. Myers: Methods in Social Movement Research.

 

David L. Miller, Introduction to Collective Behavior (Wadsworth, 1985)

R. George Kirkpatrick and Shoon Lio, Course Readings in Collective Behavior (KB Books, 1996)

Russell Hardin, "The Back of the Invisible Hand," in Collective Action, 1982),

Neil. J. Smelser, "Some Additional Thoughts on Collective Behavior," in Collective Behavior: A Source Book, ed. M.D. Pugh (West, 1980),

James Scott, "Voices under Domination: The Arts of Political Disguise." in Domination and the Arts of Resistance: Hidden Transcripts (Yale University Press 1990),

Robert W. Balch and Margaret Gilliam, "Devil Worship in Western Montana: A Case Study in Rumor Construction," in The Satanism Scare, ed. James T. Richardson (Aldine De Gruyter, 1991),

Robert Stallings, "Collective Behavior Theory and the Study of Mass Hysteria," Disasters, Collective Behavior, and Social Organization, ed. Russell R. Dynes and Kathleen Tierney (University of Delaware Press, 1994).

Harry Eckstein, "Explaining Collective Political Violence," in Regarding Politics: Essays on Political Theory, Stability and Change (Univ. of California Press, 1992).

Theda Skocpol, "France, Russia, China: Structural Analysis of Social Revolutions," in Revolutions: Theoretical, Comparative, and Historical Studies, ed. Jack A. Goldstone (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1986).

Amrita Basu, "Introduction," in The Challenge of Local Feminisms: Women's Movements in Global Perspective, ed. by Amrita Basu (Westview Press, 1995)

Dennis Wegner and Thomas F. James, "The Convergence of Volunteers in a Consensus Crisis: the case of the 1985 Mexico City Earthquake," in Disasters, Collective Behavior, and Social Organization, ed. by Russell R. Dynes and Kathleen Tierney (University of Delaware Press, 1994).

R. George Kirkpatrick and Shoon Lio, Course Readings in Collective Behavior (KB Books, 1996)

Clark McPhail, "Blumer's Theory of Collective Behavior: The Development of a Non-Symbolic Interaction Explanation." Sociological Quarterly 30 (1989).

Stephen Ellingson, "Understanding the Dialectic of Discourse and Collective Action: Public Debate and Rioting in Antebellum Cincinnati," American Journal of Sociology, vol 101, no.1 (July 1995)

Russell Hardin, "The Back of the Invisible Hand," in Collective Action (Resources for the Future, 1982).

Jerry M. Lewis, "A Study of the Kent State Incident Using Smelser's Theory of Collective Behavior," Sociological Inquiry, vol. 42 (1972).

Gary T. Marx and James L. Wood, "Strands of Collective Behavior Theory and Research," Annual Review of Sociology, vol. 1 (1975).

Neil. J. Smelser, "Some Additional Thoughts on Collective Behavior," in Collective Behavior: A Source Book, ed. M.D. Pugh (West, 1980).

David A. Snow, Louis A. Zurcher Jr, and Robert Peters, "Victory Celebrations as Theatre: A Dramaturgical Approach to Crowd Behavior," Symbolic Interaction, vol 4, no. 2 (Spring 1981).

Ralph H. Turner, "The Moral Issue in Collective Behavior and Collective Action." Mobilization (1996)

Barrie Thorne, "Political Activist as Participant Observer: Conflicts of Commitment in a Study of the Draft Resistance Movement of the 1960s," Symbolic Interaction, vol 2, no. 1 (spring 1978).

James Scott, "Voices under Domination: The Arts of Political Disguise." in Domination and the Arts of Resistance: Hidden Transcripts (Yale University Press 1990).

Robert W. Balch and Margaret Gilliam, "Devil Worship in Western Montana: A Case Study in Rumor Construction," in The Satanism Scare, ed. James T. Richardson (Aldine De Gruyter, 1991).

Gary Alan Fine, "Redemption Rumors: Mercantile Legends and Corporate Beneficence," Journal of American Folklore, vol. 99 (1986).

Gary Alan Fine, "Rumors of Apartheid: The Economic Typification of Contemporary Legends in the New South Africa." Journal of Folklore Research 29 (1992).

Niels Kastfelt, "Rumors of Maitatsine: A Note on Political Culture in Northern Nigeria." Journal of Folklore Research 58 (1989).

Patricia A. Turner, "Ambiva lent Patrons: The Role of Rumor and Contemporary Legends in African-American Consumer Decisions," Journal of American Folklore, vol. 105 (1992).

Jeffrey S. Victor, "The Dynamics of Rumor-Panics about Satanic Cults," in The Satanism Scare, ed.

Robert Stallings, "Collective Behavior Theory and the Study of Mass Hysteria," Disasters, Collective Behavior, and Social Organization, ed. Russell R. Dynes and Kathleen Tierney (University of Delaware Press, 1994).

Robert E. Bartholomew, "The South African Monoplane Hysteria: An Evaluation of the Usefulness of Smelser's Theory of Hysterical Beliefs." Sociological Inquiry, vol 59, no.3 (August 1989)

Nachman, Ben-Yahuda, "The European Witch Craze of the 14th to 17th Centuries," American Journal of Sociology, vol 86, no. 1 (1980).

Joel Best and Gerald T. Horiuchi, "The Razor Blade in the Apple: The Social Construction of Urban Legends," Social Problems, vol 32, no. 5 (June 1985).

Angela McRobbie and Sarah L. Thornton, "Rethinking `Moral Panic" for Multi-mediated Social Worlds" British Journal of Sociology 46 (1995).

Robert W. Balch, "Waiting for the Ships: Disillusionment and the Revitalization of Faith in Bo and Peep's UFO Cult," in The Gods Have Lnaded: New Religions from Other Worlds, ed. James R. Lewis (State Univ. of New York Press, 1995).

Robert Balch and Donald Taylor, "Seekers and Saucers: The Role of the Cultic Milieu in Joining a UFO Cult," in Conversion Careers, ed. James A. Richardson (Sage, 1978).

Diana Tumminia and R. George Kirkpatrick, "Unarius: Emergent Aspects of an American Flying Saucer Group," in The Gods Have Landed: New Religions from Other Worlds, ed. James R. Lewis (State Univ. of New York Press, 1995).

B.E. Aguirre, E.L. Quarantelli, and Jorge L. Mendoza, "The Collective Behavior of Fads: The Characteristics, Effects, and Career of Streaking," American Sociological Review (August 1988).

Deborah Heath, "Fashion, Anti- fashion, and Heteroglossia in Urban Senegal." American Ethnologist 19 (1992).

Michael Jindra, "Star Trek as a Religious Phenomenon," Sociology of Religion, vol 55, no. 1 (1994).

Susan B. Kaiser, Richard Nagasawa, and Sandra S. Hutton, "Fashion, Postmodernity, and Personal Appearance: A Symbolic Interactionist Formulation." Symbolic Interaction 14 (1991).

Charles Edgley and Dennis Brissett, "Health Nazis and the Cult of the Perfect Body: Some Polemical Observations." Symbolic Interaction 13(1990).

George Simmel, "Fashion," American Journal of Sociology, vol 62, no. 6 (May 1957).

Clark McPhail, "Individual and Collective Behavior within Gatherings, Demonstrations, and Riots." Annual Review of Sociology 9(1983).

Amrita Basu, "Why Local Riots are Not Simply Local: Collective Violence and the State in Bijnor, India, 1988-1993," Theory and Society, v. 24 (1995).

Mark Colvin, "The 1980 New Mexico Prison Riot," Social Problems, vol 29, no. 5 (June 1982).

David Kowalewski, "Ballots and Bullets: Election Riots in the Periphery, 1874-1985." Journal of Development Studies 29(1993).

Kathleen J. Tierney, "Property Damage and Violence: A Collective Behavior Analysis," in The Los Angeles Riots: Lessons for the Urban Future, ed. Mark Baldassare (Westview, 1994).

Ralph H. Turner and Samuel J. Surace, "Zoot-Suiters and Mexicans: Symbols in Crowd Behavior," American Journal of Sociology, (December 1971).

Bert Useem, "Disorganization and the New Mexico Prison riot of 1980," American Sociological Review, vol 50 (October 1985).

Harry Eckstein, "Explaining Collective Political Violence," in Regarding Politics: Essays on Political Theory, Stability and Change (Univ. of California Press, 1992).

Jack A. Goldstone, "Ideology, Cultural Frameworks, and the Process of Revolution," Theory and Society, vol 20 (1991).

Mansoor Moaddel, "Ideology as Episodic Discourse: the Case of the Iranian Revolution." American Sociological Review 57 (1992).

Theda Skocpol, "France, Russia, China: Structural Analysis of Social Revolutions," in Revolutions: Theoretical, Comparative, and Historical Studies, ed. Jack A. Goldstone (Harcourt Brace Jovanovich, 1986).

Michael P. Carroll, "Revitalization Movements and Social Structure," American Sociological Review, vol 40 (June 1975).

John S. Galbraith, "Appeals to the Supernatural: African and New Zealand Comparisons with the Ghost Dance," Pacific Historical Review, vol 51, no. 2 (May 1982).

John D. Kelly, "History, Structure, and Ritual." Annual Review of Anthropology 19 (1990).

J. David Knotternus, "The Melanesian Cargo Cults: A Test of the Value-Added Theory of Collective Behavior," Sociological Inquiry, vol 53 (Fall 1983).

Richard Morris and Philip Wander. "Native American Rhetoric: Dancing in the Shadows of the Ghost Dance." Quarterly Journal of Speech 76(1980).

Paul B. Roscoe, "The Far Side of Huron: The Management of Melanasian Millenarian Movements." American Ethnologist 15(1988).

Joshua Gamson, "Must Identity Movements Self-destruct?:A Queer Dilemma." Social Problems 42 (1995).

J. Craig Jenkins, "Resource Mobilization Theory and the Study of Social Movements." Annual Review of Sociology 9 (1993).

Valerie Jenness, "Social Movement Growth, Domain Expansion, and Framing Processes: The Gay/Lesbian Movement and Violence against Gays and Lesbians as a Social Problem," Social Problems, vol 42, no. 1 (February 1995).

Bert Klandermans and Dirk Oegema, "Potentials, Networks, Motivations and Barriers: Steps Toward Participation in Social Movements." American Sociological Review 52 (1987).

Rebecca Klatch. "Coalition and Conflict Among Women of the New Right." Signs 13 (1988).

Steven J. Lilley and Gerald M. Platt, "Correspondents' Images of Martin Luther King Jr.: an Interpretive Theory of Movement Leadership." in Constructing the Social, ed. by Theodore R. Sarbin and John Kitsuse. (Sage, 1994).

Gary T. Marx, "Thoughts on a Neglected Category of Social Movement Participant: The Agent Provocateur and the Informant," American Journal of Sociology, vol 80 (1974).

Doug McAdam, "The Biographical Consequences of Activism," American Sociological Review, vol 54, no. 4 (October 1989).

Doug McAdam and Dieter Rucht. "The Cross-National Diffusion of Movement Ideas," Annals of the American Academy of Political Science and Social Science 528 (1993).

Doug McAdam, Sidney Tarrow, and Charles Tilly, "To Map Contentious Politics." Mobilization 1(1996).

John McCarthy and Mayer N. Zald. "Resource Mobilization and Social Movements," American Journal of Sociology 82 (1977).

Hugh Mehan and John Will, "MEND: A Nurturing Voice in the Nuclear Arms Debate," Social Problems, vol 35, no. 4 (October 1988).

M Reading: Verta Taylor, "The Women's Movement in Abeyance," American Sociological Review 54 (1989).

Norris R. Johnson, "Panic at The Who Concert Stampede: An Empirical Assessment," Social Problems, vol 34 (October 1987).

Dennis Wegner and Thomas F. James, "The Convergence of Volunteers in a Consensus Crisis: the case of the 1985 Mexico City Earthquake," in Disasters, Collective Behavior, and Social Organization, ed. by Russell R. Dynes and Kathleen Tierney (University of Delaware Press, 1994).