Pettinicchio, David. 2019. The Politics of Empowerment: Disability Rights and the Cycle of American Policy Reform. Stanford, CA: Stanford University Press
Peer Reviewed Articles
Maroto, Michelle and David Pettinicchio. 2020. "Barriers to Economic Security: Disability, Employment, and Asset Disparities in Canada." Canadian Review of Sociology DOI:10.1111/cars.12268.
Maroto, Michelle, David Pettinicchio and Andrew C. Patterson. 2019. "Hierarchies of Categorical Disadvantage: Economic Insecurity at the Intersection of Disability, Gender, and Race" Gender & Society. 33(1): 64-93 DOI: 10.1177/0891243218794648
David Pettinicchio (2018). "Retrenchment and (Re)Mobilization." In Resist or What? Contexts 17(2): 10-21. Sage Publications.
David Pettinicchio and Robert de Vries (2017). "Immigrant Political Participation in Europe: Comparing Different Forms of Political Action across Groups." Comparative Sociology 16: 523-554.
Katie Corcoran, David Pettinicchio and Blaine Robbins (2017). “A Double-Edge Sword: The Countervailing Effects of Religion on Cross-National Violent Crime.” Social Science Quarterly, DOI: 10.1111/ssqu.12408.
Maroto, Michelle and David Pettinicchio. 2015. "Twenty-Five Years After the ADA: Situating Disability in America's System of Stratification." Disability Studies Quarterly 35(3):1-34.
Corcoran, Katie, David Pettinicchio and Jacob Young. 2015. "Perceptions of Structural Injustice and Efficacy: Participation in Low/Moderate/High-Cost Forms of Collective Action." Sociological Inquiry 85(3): 429-461.
Maroto, Michelle and David Pettinicchio. 2014. "The Limitations of Disability Antidiscrimination Legislation: Policymaking and the Economic Well-being of People with Disabilities." Law and Policy 36(4):370-407.
Maroto, Michelle and David Pettinicchio. 2014. "Disability, structural inequality, and work: The influence of occupational segregation on earnings for people with different disabilities," Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 38:76-92.
Pettinicchio, David. 2012. “Institutional Activism: Reconsidering the Insider/Outsider Dichotomy in Social Movements,” Sociology Compass 6:499-510.
Pettinicchio, David. 2012. “Migration and ethnic nationalism: Anglophone exit and the
‘Decolonization’ of Québec,” Nations and Nationalism 18: 719-743.
Pettinicchio, David. 2012. “Current Explanations for the Adoption of Same-Sex Marriage Policies in Western Countries,” Comparative Sociology 11:526-557.
Corcoran, Katie, David Pettinicchio and Blaine Robbins. 2012. “Religion and the Acceptability of White-Collar Crime: A Cross-National Analysis ,” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 51: 542-567.
Corcoran,Katie, David Pettinicchio & Jacob Young. 2011. “The Context of Control: A Cross-National Investigation of the Link between Social Structure, Fatalism, and Collective Action,” British Journal of Social Psychology 50:576-605.
Robbins Blaine, and David Pettinicchio. 2011. “Social Capital, Economic Development, and Homicide: A Cross-National Investigation,” Social Indicators Research 105: 519-540.
Pettinicchio, David. 2010. “Public and Elite Policy Preferences: Gay Marriage in Canada,” International Journal of Canadian Studies 42(2):125-153.
Crutchfield, Robert and David Pettinicchio. 2009. “‘Cultures of Inequality:” Ethnicity, Welfare Beliefs, and Criminal Justice.” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 623: 134-147.
Peer Reviewed Book Chapters
David Pettinicchio and Michelle Maroto. 2017. "Employment Outcomes Among Men and Women with Disabilities: How the Intersection of Gender and Disability Status Shapes Labor Market Inequality" In Barbara Altman and Sharon Barnartt (ed.) Factors in Studying Employment for Persons with Disabilities Vol 10. DOI:10.1108/S1479-354720170000010003.
Pettinicchio, David (2017), Elites, Policy, and Social Movements, in Barbara Wejnert , Paolo Parigi (ed.) On the Cross Road of Polity, Political Elites and Mobilization Research in Political Sociology, Volume 24. Emerald Group Publishing Limited, pp.155 - 190