The following are some of the books and articles that have been published by PCS participants. From nascent ideas to rough drafts to final presentations, these works were presented in some form at the PCS seminar. Truly, science is a collective effort, and these works all bear the stamp of PCS participants.

The electronic copies of articles linked here have all been published in print by their respective journals in the issues cited. They are linked here for educational purposes, and you are encouraged to visit the publishers’ websites for full citations and ordering and delivery information.

Lim, Chaeyoon. 2016. “Religion, Time Use, and Affective Well-Being.” Sociological Science 3: 685-709
Lim, Chaeyoon. 2015. “Religion and Subjective Well-being across Religious Traditions: Evidence from 1.3 Million Americans.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 54: 684-701
Lim, Chaeyoon (with Carol Ann MacGregor). 2012. “Religion and Volunteering in Context: Disentangling the Contextual Effects of Religion on Voluntary Behavior.” American Sociological Review 77: 747-779
Khan, Shamus. 2011. Privilege: The Making of an Adolescent Elite at St. Paul’s School. Princeton University Press.

Wright, Erik Olin. 2010. Envisioning Real Utopias. Verso.

Lim, Chaeyoon (with Carol Ann McGregor and Robert D. Putnam). 2010. “Secular and Liminal: Discovering Heterogeneity among Religious Nones.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion. 49 (4): 596-618
Lim, Chaeyoon (with Robert D. Putnam). 2010. “Religion, Social Networks, and Subjective Well-Being.” American Sociological Review. 75 (6): 914-933

McCoy, Katherine. 2009. “Uncle Sam Wants Them.” Contexts, 8, 1 (Winter), pp. 14-19. Published by University of California Press.

Oliver, Pamela E. 2009. “Talking about Racial Disparities in Imprisonment: A Reflection on Experiences in Wisconsin.” Pages 281-298 in Handbook of Public Sociology, edited by Vincent Jeffries. Rowan and Littlefield.

Goldberg, Chad Alan. 2008. “Introduction to Emile Durkheim’s ‘Anti-Semitism and Social Crisis.'” Sociological Theory, 26, 4 (December), pp. 299-323. Published by Wiley-Blackwell.

Holzer, Elizabeth. 2008. “Borrowing from the Women’s Movement ‘For Reasons of Public Security’: A Study of Social Movement Outcomes and Judicial Activism in the European Union.” Mobilization: An International Quarterly, 13, 1, pp. 195-214. Published by San Diegeo State University.

Myers, Daniel J. and Pamela E. Oliver. 2008. “The Opposing Forces Diffusion Model: The Initiation and Repression of Collective Violence.” Dynamics of Asymmetric Conflict, 1, pp. 164-189.

Oliver, Pamela E. 2008. “Repression and Crime Control: Why Social Movements Scholars Should Pay Attention to Mass Incarceration as a Form of Repression.” Mobilization: An International Quarterly, 13, pp. 1-24.

Schneiderhan, Erik and Shamus Khan. 2008. “Reasons and Inclusion: The Foundation of Deliberation.” Sociological Theory, 26, 1 (March), pp.1-24. Published by Wiley-Blackwell.

Goldberg, Chad Alan. 2007. Citizens and Paupers: Relief, Rights, and Race, from the Freedmen’s Bureau to Workfare. University of Chicago Press.

Loveman, Mara. 2007. “Blinded Like a State: The Revolt against Civil Registration in 19th Century Brazil.” Comparative Studies in Society and History, 49, 1, pp. 5-39. Published by Cambridge University Press.

Slez, Adam and John Levi Martin. 2007. “Political Action and Party Formation in the United States Constitutional Convention.” American Sociological Review, 72, 1 (February), pp. 42-67. Published by Sage Publications.

Brinson, Peter. 2006. “Liberation Frequency: The Free Radio Movement and Alternative Strategies of Media Relations.” The Sociological Quarterly, 47, 4 (Fall), pp. 543-568. Published by Wiley-Blackwell.

Wright, Erik Olin (with Archon Fung). 2003. Deepening Democracy: Institutional Innovations in Empowered Participatory Governance. Verso.