Jennifer Earl
Jennifer Earl
Professor of Sociology and Criminal Justice, University of Delaware
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Digitally Enabled Social Change: Activism in the Internet Age
J Earl, K Kimport
Mit Pr, 2011
The use of newspaper data in the study of collective action
J Earl, A Martin, JD McCarthy, SA Soule
Annual Review of Sociology, 65-80, 2004
Tanks, tear gas, and taxes: Toward a theory of movement repression
J Earl
Sociological Theory 21 (1), 44-68, 2003
Protests under fire? Explaining protest policing
J Earl, SA Soule, JD McCarthy
American Sociological Review 69 (4), 581-606, 2003
Political Repression: Iron Fists, Velvet Gloves, and Diffuse Control
J Earl
Annual Review of Sociology 37, 261-284, 2011
The cultural consequences of social movements
J Earl
The Blackwell companion to social movements, 508-530, 2004
Youth, activism, and social movements
J Earl, TV Maher, T Elliott
Sociology Compass 11 (4), 2017
Changing the World One Webpage at a Time: Conceptualizing and Explaining Internet Activism
J Earl, K Kimport, G Prieto, C Rush, K Reynoso
Mobilization: An International Quarterly 15 (4), 425-446, 2010
The new site of activism: on-line organizations, movement entrepreneurs, and the changing location of social movement decision-making
J Earl, A Schussman
Research in Social Movements, Conflicts and Change 24, 155-187, 2003
Movement Societies and Digital Protest: Fan Activism and Other Nonpolitical Protest Online*
J Earl, K Kimport
Sociological Theory 27 (3), 220-243, 2009
Seeing blue: A police-centered explanation of protest policing
J Earl, SA Soule
Mobilization: An International Quarterly 11 (2), 145-164, 2006
This protest will be tweeted: Twitter and protest policing during the Pittsburgh G20
J Earl, H McKee Hurwitz, A Mejia Mesinas, M Tolan, A Arlotti
Information, Communication & Society 16 (4), 459-478, 2013
A movement society evaluated: Collective protest in the United States, 1960-1986
SA Soule, J Earl
Mobilization: An International Quarterly 10 (3), 345-364, 2005
Methods, movements, and outcomes
J Earl
Research in Social Movements, Conflicts and Change 22, 3-25, 2000
The enactment of state-level hate crime law in the United States: Intrastate and interstate factors
SA Soule, J Earl
Sociological Perspectives 44 (3), 281-305, 2001
Pursuing Social Change Online The Use of Four Protest Tactics on the Internet
J Earl
Social Science Computer Review 24 (3), 362-377, 2006
Introduction: Repression and the social control of protest
J Earl
Mobilization: An International Quarterly 11 (2), 129-143, 2006
Contesting cultural control: Youth culture and online petitioning
J Earl, A Schussman
Civic life online: Learning how digital media can engage youth, 71-95, 2008
The dynamics of protest-related diffusion on the web
J Earl
Information, Communication & Society 13 (2), 209-225, 2010
Controlling protest: New directions for research on the social control of protest
J Earl
Research in Social Movements, Conflicts and Change 25 (3), 55-83, 2004
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