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Contemporary sociological theory
C Calhoun, J Gerteis, J Moody, S Pfaff, I Virk
John Wiley & Sons, 2022
5022022
Classical sociological theory
C Calhoun, J Gerteis, J Moody, S Pfaff, I Virk
John Wiley & Sons, 2022
3602022
Emotion work in high-risk social movements: Managing fear in the US and East German civil rights movements
J Goodwin, S Pfaff
Passionate politics: Emotions and social movements, 282-302, 2001
3402001
Collective identity and informal groups in revolutionary mobilization: East Germany in 1989
S Pfaff
Social Forces 75 (1), 91-117, 1996
1861996
Causes and consequences of the Protestant Reformation
SO Becker, S Pfaff, J Rubin
Explorations in Economic History 62, 1-25, 2016
1742016
Exit-voice Dynamics and the Collapse of East Germany: the Crisis of Leninism and the Revolution of 1989
S Pfaff
Duke University Press, 2006
1712006
Replete and desolate markets: Poland, East Germany, and the new religious paradigm
P Froese, S Pfaff
Social forces 80 (2), 481-507, 2001
1442001
Exit-voice dynamics in collective action: An analysis of emigration and protest in the East German revolution
S Pfaff, H Kim
American Journal of Sociology 109 (2), 401-444, 2003
1292003
Explaining a religious anomaly: A historical analysis of secularization in Eastern Germany
P Froese, S Pfaff
Journal for the scientific study of religion 44 (4), 397-422, 2005
1182005
Double-edged rituals and the symbolic resources of collective action: Political commemorations and the mobilization of protest in 1989
S Pfaff, G Yang
Theory and Society 30 (4), 539-589, 2001
1062001
Will a million Muslims march? Muslim interest organizations and political integration in Europe
S Pfaff, AJ Gill
Comparative Political Studies 39 (7), 803-828, 2006
1052006
Structure and dynamics of religious insurgency: Students and the spread of the Reformation
H Kim, S Pfaff
American Sociological Review 77 (2), 188-215, 2012
672012
Grievances and the Genesis of Rebellion: Mutiny in the Royal Navy, 1740 to 1820
M Hechter, S Pfaff, P Underwood
American Sociological Review 81 (1), 165-189, 2016
502016
Nationalism, charisma, and plebiscitary leadership: The problem of democratization in Max Weber’s political sociology
S Pfaff
Sociological Inquiry 72 (1), 81-107, 2002
462002
The limits of coercive surveillance: Social and penal control in the German Democratic Republic
S Pfaff
Punishment & Society 3 (3), 381-407, 2001
462001
Do street‐level bureaucrats discriminate based on religion? A large‐scale correspondence experiment among American public school principals
S Pfaff, C Crabtree, HL Kern, JB Holbein
Public Administration Review 81 (2), 244-259, 2021
382021
The politics of peace in the GDR: the independent peace movement, the church, and the origins of the East German opposition
S Pfaff
Peace & Change 26 (3), 280-300, 2001
322001
Religious oddities: Explaining the divergent religious markets of Poland and East Germany
P Froese, S Pfaff
Church and religion in contemporary Europe: Results from empirical and …, 2009
302009
Multiplex network ties and the spatial diffusion of radical innovations: Martin Luther’s leadership in the early reformation
SO Becker, Y Hsiao, S Pfaff, J Rubin
American Sociological Review 85 (5), 857-894, 2020
292020
Thinking locally, acting globally? What the Seattle WTO protests tell us about the global justice movement
GH Murphy, S Pfaff
Political power and social theory 17, 151-176, 2005
292005
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