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Sarah A. Soule
Sarah A. Soule
Professor of Organizational Behavior, Stanford University
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Diffusion in organizations and social movements: From hybrid corn to poison pills
D Strang, SA Soule
Annual review of sociology 24 (1), 265-290, 1998
23431998
The use of newspaper data in the study of collective action
J Earl, A Martin, JD McCarthy, SA Soule
Annu. Rev. Sociol. 30, 65-80, 2004
14342004
The Blackwell companion to social movements
DA Snow, SA Soule, H Kriesi
John Wiley & Sons, 2008
13252008
Social movements as extra-institutional entrepreneurs: The effect of protests on stock price returns
BG King, SA Soule
Administrative Science Quarterly 52 (3), 413-442, 2007
9272007
Process and protest: Accounting for individual protest participation
A Schussman, SA Soule
Social forces 84 (2), 1083-1108, 2005
8172005
Contention and corporate social responsibility
SA Soule
Cambridge University Press, 2009
6382009
Mapping the terrain
DA Snow, SA Soule, H Kriesi
The Blackwell companion to social movements, 3-16, 2004
6292004
A primer on social movements
DA Snow, SA Soule
(No Title), 2010
5452010
The student divestment movement in the United States and tactical diffusion: The shantytown protest
SA Soule
Social Forces 75 (3), 855-882, 1997
5201997
When do movements matter? The politics of contingency and the equal rights amendment
SA Soule, S Olzak
American sociological review 69 (4), 473-497, 2004
5142004
Protest under fire? Explaining the policing of protest
J Earl, SA Soule, JD McCarthy
American sociological review 68 (4), 581-606, 2003
4812003
Structural social change and the mobilizing effect of threat: Explaining levels of patriot and militia organizing in the United States
N Van Dyke, SA Soule
Social Problems 49 (4), 497-520, 2002
4392002
Diffusion Processes within and across Movements
SA Soule, C Roggeband
The Wiley Blackwell companion to social movements, 236-251, 2018
3732018
A dynamic process model of private politics: Activist targeting and corporate receptivity to social challenges
MH McDonnell, BG King, SA Soule
American sociological review 80 (3), 654-678, 2015
3582015
Institutionalization as a contested, multilevel process
M Schneiberg, SA Soule
Social movements and organization theory 122, 160, 2005
3242005
The stages of the policy process and the equal rights amendment, 1972–1982
SA Soule, BG King
American Journal of Sociology 111 (6), 1871-1909, 2006
3202006
Protesting while black? The differential policing of American activism, 1960 to 1990
C Davenport, SA Soule, DA Armstrong
American Sociological Review 76 (1), 152-178, 2011
3162011
The targets of social movements: Beyond a focus on the state
N Van Dyke, SA Soule, VA Taylor
Authority in contention, 27-51, 2004
3162004
The diffusion of social movements: Actors, mechanisms, and political effects
RK Givan, KM Roberts, SA Soule
Cambridge University Press, 2010
3052010
Social movement organizational collaboration: Networks of learning and the diffusion of protest tactics, 1960–1995
DJ Wang, SA Soule
American Journal of sociology 117 (6), 1674-1722, 2012
2982012
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