Books:

 The Women’s Movement Inside and Outside the State. (2010. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press)

 

 

 

 

global perspective

 

The U.S. Women’s Movement in a Global Perspective. (Edited volume). (2005. Lanham: Rowman and Littlefield)

 

 

 

reconfigured state

Women’s Movements Facing a Reconfigured State (Edited volume with Karen Beckwith and Dieter Rucht). (2003. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press)

 

 

 

 

Why Movements Succeed or Fail: Opportunity, Culture and the Struggle for Woman Suffrage (1996. Princeton: Princeton University Press)

 

 

 

 

 

Articles/Book Chapters:

Citizen Engagement and Participation:

Do the Government Positions Held by Women Matter?  A Cross-National Examination of Female Ministers’ Impacts on Women’s Political Participation”  (with Shan-Jan Sarah Liu).  Politics & Gender

 

Social Movement Research:

“Public Opinion as a Movement Outcome: The Case of the U.S. Women’s Movement”  (with Heather Ondercin). forthcoming  Mobilization.

                                        Online appendices:   Validity and Robustness Checks and List of questions in Opinion measure

Explaining the Dynamics between the Women’s Movement and the Conservative Movement in the U.S.”  (with Heather Ondercin). forthcoming  Social Forces.

                                        Online appendix

“The Hidden Women’s Movement”  2014.  Politics & Gender 10(2): 284-287.

“Informational Institutions, Protest, and Change in Gendered Federal Systems” (with S. Laurel Weldon). 2011. Politics & Gender 7(2):262-273.

“Inside and Outside the State: Movement Insider Status, Tactics and Public Policy Achievements” (2005. In Meyer, David, Valerie Jenness and Helen Ingram (eds.). Routing the Opposition:Social Movements, Public Policy, and Democracy. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press. 149-176)

When Waves Collide: Cycles of Protest and the Swiss American Women’s Movements” (1996. Political Research Quarterly 49(4):837-863)

“The Influence of the Initiative on the Swiss and American Women’s Suffrage Movements” (1991. Schweizerisches Jahrbuch für Politische Wissenschaft 31: 187-207)

Gender Roles Attitude Research:

“The Gendering State and Citizen’s Attitudes toward Women’s Roles: State Policy, Employment, and Religions in Germany” (2006. Politics & Gender 2:29-55)

“East-West Differences in German Abortion Opinion” (1998. Public Opinion Quarterly 62(4):545-582)

“The Social Bases of Feminism in the European Community” (with Eric Plutzer1993. Public Opinion Quarterly 57(1):29-53)

“Contextual Determinants of Feminist Attitudes: National and Subnational Influences in Western Europe” (with Eric Plutzer. 1993. American Political Science Review. 87(1):145-157)

“How employment affects women’s gender attitudes: The workplace as a locus of contextual effects” (with Jan E. Leighley. 1991. Political Geography Quarterly 10(2):174-185)

Other Research:

“Coalition type and voter support for parties: Grand coalitions in German Elections” (with Peter Doerschler. 2012. Electoral Studies 31:46-59)

Voter support for the German PDS over time: Dissatisfaction,  ideology, losers and east identity” (with Peter Doerschler. 2007. Electoral Studies 26:359-370)

 

 

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