Culture, Cognition, and Social Psychology

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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.

Lizardo, Omar, Brandon Sepulvado, Dustin S. Stoltz, and Marshall A. Taylor. “What Can Cognitive Neuroscience Do for Cultural Sociology?” American Journal of Cultural Sociology 8(1):3-28. (link)

Stoltz, Dustin S. and Marshall A. Taylor. 2019. “Concept Mover’s Distance: Measuring Concept Engagement via Word Embeddings.” Journal of Computational Social Science 2(2):293-313. (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. 2019. “Textual Spanning: Finding Discursive Holes in Text Networks.” Socius 5:1-12. (link)

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

Wood, Michael, Dustin S. Stoltz, Justin Van Ness, and Marshall A. Taylor. 2018. “Schemas and Frames.” Sociological Theory 36(3):244-61. (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.

Lizardo, Omar, Robert Mowry, Brandon Sepulvado, Dustin S. Stoltz, Marshall A. Taylor, Justin Van Ness, and Michael Wood. 2016. “What Are Dual Process Models? Implications for Cultural Analysis in Sociology.” Sociological Theory 34(4):287-310. (link)

Grier, Tiffanie, Carol Rambo, and Marshall A. Taylor. 2014. “‘What Are You?’: Racial Ambiguity, Stigma, and the Racial Formation Project.” Deviant Behavior 35(12):1006-22. (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.

Taylor, Marshall A. 2018. “‘Learning By Nodes’: Dendritic Learning and What It Means (Or Not) for Cultural Sociology.” Culturecog. (link)

Taylor, Marshall A. 2016. “Can Cultural Sociology be an Interscience?” American Sociological Association Culture Section Newsletter 28(3):8, 24. (pdf)