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“The Determinants of Public Policy: What Matters and How Much.” Policy Studies Journal (2020) 48 (1):207-30. Political Sociology, Public Policy, Social Movements
“Why Do Protest, Lobbying, and Other Forms of Advocacy Often Fail to Affect Policy? Some Possible Explanations,” presented at the annual meeting of the American Political Science Association, September, 2020 Political Sociology, Public Policy, Social Movements
“The Determinants of Public Policy: What Matters and How Much.” Policy Studies Journal (2020) 48 (1):207-30. Political Sociology, Public Policy, Social Movements
“Testing Theories about Advocacy and Public Policy.” Perspectives on Politics (2020) First View  doi:10.1017/S1537592719004663 Political Sociology, Public Policy, Social Movements
“Testing Theories about Advocacy and Public Policy.” Perspectives on Politics (2020) First View  doi:10.1017/S1537592719004663 Political Sociology, Public Policy, Social Movements, Sociological Theory
“The Influence of Public Opinion and Advocacy on Public Policy: Controversies and Conclusions,” Pp. 738-760 in The New Handbook of Political Sociology, edited by Thomas Janoski, Cedric de Leon, Joya Misra, and Isaac William Martin. New York: Cambridge University Press, 2020. Political Sociology, Public Opinion, Public Policy
Thomas, Loring J., Peng Huang, Fan Yin, Xiaoshuang Iris Luo, Zack W. Almquist, John R. Hipp, and Carter T. Butts (2020). "Spatial Heterogeneity Can Lead to Substantial Local Variations in COVID-19 Timing and Severity." Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 117 (39) 24180–24187. DOI: 10.1073/pnas.2011656117.  Big Data, Demography, Group Dynamics, Health, Human Ecology, Public Policy, Social Demography, Social Networks, Statistics
Kennedy, Ian, Chris Hess, Amandalynne Paullada, and Sarah Chasins. 2020. "Racialized Discourse in Seattle Rental Ad Texts." Social Forces. Race and Ethnicity, Urban Studies
Louie, Patricia. 2020. “Revisiting the Cost of Skin Color: Discrimination, Mastery, and Mental Health among Black Adolescents.” Society and Mental Health 10(1): 1-19. Mental Health, Race and Ethnicity
Louie, Patricia and Blair Wheaton. 2019. “The Black-White Paradox Revisited: Understanding the Role of Counterbalancing Mechanisms.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior 60(2): 169-187. Health Disparities, Mental Health, Race and Ethnicity
Almquist, Z. W., N. E. Helwig, and Y. You (2020). Connecting Continuum of Care Point-in-Time Homeless Counts to United States Census Areal Units. Mathematical Population Studies 27(1), 46–58. Demography, Homelessness, Population, Population Health, Social Demography, Statistics
"The Influence of Organizations on Policy: Theory, Findings, Conclusions." Interest Groups & Advocacy (2019) 8(1):1-22 Political Sociology, Public Policy, Social Movements
“The Influence of Organizations on Policy: Theories, Findings, Conclusions,” Interest Groups & Advocacy (2019) 8:1-22. Political Sociology, Public Policy, Social Movements
Leibbrand, Christine, Erin Carll, Angela Bruns, and Hedy Lee. 2019. “Paternal Incarceration and Family Neighborhood Outcomes.” Social Science Research. Incarceration, Neighborhoods, Social Stratification/Inequality
Leibbrand, Christine. 2019. “Unequal Opportunity? Racial, Ethnic, and Gender Disparities in the Returns to Internal U.S. Migration.” Social Currents. Demography, Economic Sociology, Gender, Migration, Race and Ethnicity
Eger, Maureen A., and Sarah Valdez. 2019. “From radical right to neo-nationalist.” European Political Science 18(3): 379–399. (Online first: 2018) Comparative Politics, Immigration, Nationalism, Political Sociology, West European
Louie, Patricia and Blair Wheaton. 2018. “Prevalence and Patterning of Mental Disorder Through Adolescence in Three Cohorts of Black and White Americans.” American Journal of Epidemiology 187(11): 2332-38. Health Disparities, Mental Health, Race and Ethnicity
Leibbrand, Christine and Kyle Crowder. 2018. “The Legacy of the PSID in Understanding Patterns of Migration and Residential Mobility.” The ANNALS of the American Academy of Political and Social Science 680(1): 172-192. Migration, Race and Ethnicity, Residential Mobility and Migration
Kraig Beyerlein, Peter Ryan, Aliyah Abu-Hazeem, and Amity Pauley. 2018. THE 2017 WOMEN'S MARCH: A NATIONAL STUDY OF SOLIDARITY EVENTS. Mobilization: An International Quarterly: December 2018, Vol. 23, No. 4, pp. 425-449. Collective Action, Culture, Organizations, Population, Public Opinion, Quantitative Methods, Religion, Social Movements, Women Studies
Lanfear, Charles C., Lindsey R. Beach, and Timothy A. Thomas. 2018. “Formal Social Control in Changing Neighborhoods: Racial Implications of Neighborhood Context on Reactive Policing.” City & Community 17(4):1075–99. Criminology, Neighborhoods, Race and Ethnicity, Social Stratification/Inequality
Wurpts, Bernd, Katie E. Corcoran, and Steven Pfaff. 2018. “The Diffusion of Protestantism in Northern Europe: Historical Embeddedness and Complex Contagions in the Adoption of the Reformation.” Social Science History 42(2):213-244. Comparative Historical Sociology, Economic Sociology, Historical Sociology, Organizations, Quantitative Methods, Religion, Social Change, Social Networks
Katherine Beckett. 2018. “The Politics, Peril and Promise of Criminal Justice Reform in the Context of Mass Incarceration.” Annual Review of Criminology 1: 235-59. Criminal Law and Punishment
Leibbrand, Christine. 2017. Flexibility or Constraint: The Implications of Mothers’ and Fathers’ Nonstandard Schedules for Children Behavioral Outcomes.” Journal of Family Issues 39(8): 2336-2365. Economic Sociology, Family, Social Demography
Kiser, Edgar and Steven M. Karceski. 2017. “Political Economy of Taxation.” Annual Review of Political Science 20(1). Political Economy, Political Sociology
J. Trent Alexander, Christine Leibbrand, Catherine G. Massey, and Stewart E. Tolnay. 2017. “Second-Generation Outcomes of the Great Migration.” Demography. 54(6):2249-2271. Demography, Migration, Race and Ethnicity

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