Erik Johnson
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Social movement size, organizational diversity and the making of federal law
EW Johnson
Social Forces 86 (3), 967-993, 2008
1072008
Ecological threat and the founding of US national environmental movement organizations, 1962–1998
EW Johnson, S Frickel
Social Problems 58 (3), 305-329, 2011
992011
Movement organizations, synergistic tactics and environmental public policy
EW Johnson, J Agnone, JD McCarthy
Social Forces 88 (5), 2267-2292, 2010
932010
Femtosecond free-electron laser by chirped pulse amplification
LH Yu, E Johnson, D Li, D Umstadter
Physical Review E 49 (5), 4480, 1994
551994
Understanding selection bias, time-lags and measurement bias in secondary data sources: Putting the Encyclopedia of Associations database in broader context
S Bevan, FR Baumgartner, EW Johnson, JD McCarthy
Social science research 42 (6), 1750-1764, 2013
512013
The sequencing of transnational and national social movement mobilization: The organizational mobilization of the global and US environmental movements
JD McCarthy, E Johnson
Transnational Processes and Social Movements. Bellagio, Italy, July, 22-26, 2003
512003
Changing issue representation among major United States environmental movement organizations
E Johnson
Rural Sociology 71 (1), 132-154, 2006
382006
Analyzing the impact of social media on social movements: a computational study on Twitter and the Occupy Wall Street movement
L Tan, S Ponnam, P Gillham, B Edwards, E Johnson
Proceedings of the 2013 IEEE/ACM International Conference on Advances in …, 2013
302013
The religious and political origins of evangelical Protestants’ opposition to environmental spending
P Schwadel, E Johnson
Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 56 (1), 179-198, 2017
212017
Toward international comparative research on associational activity: Variation in the form and focus of voluntary associations in four nations
EW Johnson
Nonprofit and Voluntary Sector Quarterly 43 (2_suppl), 163S-181S, 2014
212014
Political polarization and long-term change in public support for environmental spending
EW Johnson, P Schwadel
Social Forces 98 (2), 915-941, 2019
122019
From fringe to core? The integration of environmental sociology
LN Scott, EW Johnson
Environmental Sociology 3 (1), 17-29, 2017
122017
The organizational demography of Japanese environmentalism
EW Johnson, Y Saito, M Nishikido
Sociological Inquiry 79 (4), 481-504, 2009
122009
It is not a cohort thing: interrogating the relationship between age, cohort, and support for the environment
EW Johnson, P Schwadel
Environment and Behavior 51 (7), 879-901, 2019
102019
The Risk of Occupying a Broad Niche for Environmental Social Movement Organizations
S Olzak, EW Johnson
Mobilization: An International Quarterly 24 (2), 177-198, 2019
32019
The Effect of New York Times Event Coding Techniques on Social Movement Analyses of Protest Data
EW Johnson, JP Schreiner, J Agnone
Narratives of Identity in Social Movements, Conflicts and Change, 2016
22016
Where do Movements Matter? The United States Environmental Movement and Congressional Hearings and Laws, 1961-1990
EW Johnson, J Agnone, JD McCarthy
annual meeting of the American Sociological Association, Montreal Convention …, 2006
22006
The criminalization of environmental harm: a study of the most serious environmental offenses prosecuted by the US federal government, 1985-2010
EW Johnson, J Schwartz, AR Inlow
Environmental Sociology 6 (3), 307-321, 2020
12020
The Mobilizing Effects of Economic Threats and Resources on the Formation of Local Occupy Wall Street Protest Groups in 2011
PF Gillham, NC Lindstedt, B Edwards, EW Johnson
Sociological Perspectives 62 (4), 433-454, 2019
12019
Slavery, Tourism, and Memory in New Orleans's “Plantation Country”
E Johnson
Africa Today 65 (4), 101-118, 2019
12019
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