Professor David Pettinicchio, PhD Sociology
Critical Mass (CBSM Section Newsletter)
Scholars Strategy Network
The Society Pages
Center for the Study of Social Movements
Another “Turning Point Myth” in the Political Battle over Gun Control?
Comparing Immigrant Political Participation
Mobilization in the Trump Era
“Hillary Clinton sees me:” The primaries, “identity politics,” and disability
“Activists are on this. Let’s all be on this:” Is Gun Control on the “Gay Agenda?”
Legal Mobilization and Policy Enforcement: A Tale of Two Policies and Two Movements?
The ADA at 25: Why Movements Matter Following Legislative "Victories"
Social Movements, Institutions and Policy Outcomes
What do the ALS ice bucket challenge, Alberta oil, and Leonardo DiCaprio have in common?
Direct and Indirect Challenges to the Pipeline
The tortoise and the hare:institutions, policy and social change
Secularism? Nationalism? The Québec Tea Party? What’s the Charter of Values Really About?
An anti-gay marriage movement?
Backbenchers' voices might mean new political opportunities
"Gayxtremism" in France?
Will Québec Anglophones take to the streets?
Cross-national gay marriage politics, the courts, and the context of activism
The When, Why and How of Legal Mobilization
Idle No More: Allies of the environment
"Is anyone really against persons with disabilities?"
What’s next for the Tea Party? Understanding movement success and failure
Are students using elites or are elites using students, or both?
Protest, Elections and Public Opinion
What WE Have Done: An Oral History of the Disability Rights Movement
Why is student protest “radical”?
New or Old Student Mobilization?
“Ambulance chasing” as legal mobilization?
The budget: Backlash against a Conservative public agenda?
Reinvigorating Labor Day? “A day for migrant rights, labor rights, human rights”
Reactions to Mobilization: Framing Occupiers, Environmentalists and Anti-Regime Protesters
“Lessons” from OWS inside and outside the classroom
What happened to the Tea Party?
Blogging, politics and social change
The new conservative political opportunity in Canada and the Office of Religious Freedom
A reflection on 2011: Declaring “war on inequality” means changing public values
Has the abortion issue been reopened in Canada and what does this mean for social movements?
Elites, Media and Framing in the Occupy Seattle Movement
Part-Time Protest: A Weekend Activity
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