Collective Action, Mobilization, and Cultural Change

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McDonnell, Terence E., Sarah Neitz, and Marshall A. Taylor. Forthcoming. “Armchair Citizenship and Ontological Insecurity: Uncovering Styles of Media and Political Behavior.” Poetics.

Conrad, Lily, Alexander G. Fernald, Marshall A. Taylor, Carlos G. Ochoa, and Steven J. Guldan. Forthcoming. “Collaborative Community Hydrology: Melding Hydrologic and Social Research to Increase Rural Adaptive Capacity through Real-Time Irrigation Diversion Data Delivery.” Journal of the American Water Resources Association.

McDonnell, Terence E., Katherine Everhart, and Marshall A. Taylor. Conditional Accept. “Cultural Form and Protest: ACT UP’s Tactics of Irony and Camp Humor.” Mobilization.

Stoltz, Dustin S. and Marshall A. Taylor. 2021. “Cultural Cartography with Word Embeddings.” Poetics. (link)

  • Note: Code for the above paper is publicly available through GitHub.

McDonnell, Terence E., Dustin S. Stoltz, and Marshall A. Taylor. 2021. “Revision, Reclassification, and Refrigerators.” Sociological Forum. (link)

Stoltz, Dustin S. and Marshall A. Taylor. 2021. “Cultural Cartography with Word Embeddings.” Poetics. (link)

  • Note: Code for the above paper is publicly available through GitHub.

Taylor, Marshall A., Dustin S. Stoltz, and Terence E. McDonnell. 2019. “Binding Significance to Form: Cultural Objects, Neural Binding, and Cultural Change.” Poetics 73:1-16. (link)

Stoltz, Dustin S. and Marshall A. Taylor. 2017. “Paying with Change: The Purposeful Enunciation of Material Culture.” Poetics 64:26-39. (link)

  • Note: Data, code, and supplementary material for the above paper are publicly available through GitHub.

Abrutyn, Seth, Justin Van Ness, and Marshall A. Taylor. 2016. “Collective Action and Cultural Change: Revisiting Eisenstadt’s Evolutionary Theory.” Journal of Classical Sociology 16(4):369-95. (link)

Taylor, Marshall A. and Carol Rambo. 2013. “White Shame, White Pride: Emotional Cultures, Feeling Rules, and Emotion Exemplars in White Supremacist Movement Music.” International Journal of Crime, Criminal Justice and Law 8(1-2):107-34. (pdf)

  • Note: Author-added errata for the above paper can be found at the end of the document.