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Faculty & Graduate Student Research

Our faculty and students continue to conduct research in the areas of race and ethnicity, gender and sexuality, indigeneity, and income inequality. Included below is a listing of specific articles that pertain to these areas:

Race & Ethnicity

“Borders, Power, and Resistance: Bounding and Challenging Europe,” in Andrew Davison and Himadeep Muppidi, eds., Europe and Its Boundaries, Lexington, 2009: 225-241. (Raymond Duvall, Ayten Gündoğdu, and Kartik Raj)

Cultures of Insecurity: States, Communities, and the Production of Danger.  University of Minnesota Press, 1999.  (Jutta Weldes, Mark Laffey, Hugh Gusterson and Raymond Duvall, co-editors).

Federico, C. M., *Hunt, C. V., & *Fisher, E.L. (2013). Uncertainty and status-based asymmetries in the distinction between the "good" us and the "bad" them: Evidence that group status strengthens the relationship between the need for cognitive closure and extremity in intergroup differentiation. Journal of Social Issues, 69, 473-494. doi: 10.1111/josi.12025

Federico, C. M. (2012). The social context of racism. In A. Golec de Zavala, Social psychology of social problems: The intergroup context (pp. 30-56). Basingstoke, UK: Palgrave.

Federico, C. M. (2005b).  Education, Ideology, and Racial Ambivalence: Conflict Amplification or Conflict Resolution?  In S. C. Craig and M. D. Martinez (Eds.), Ambivalence, Politics, and Public Policy.  New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Federico, C. M. (2006b).  Ideology and the affective structure of whites’ racial perceptions. Public Opinion Quarterly, 70, 327-353. doi: 10.1093/poq/nfl001

Federico, C. M. (2006a). Race, education, and individualism revisited.  Journal of Politics, 68, 600-610. doi:10.1111/j.1468-2508.2006.00448.x (Winner, 2007 Roberta Sigel Award, International Society of Political Psychology)

Federico, C. M. & Luks, S. (2005).  The political psychology of race.  Political Psychology, 26, 661-666. doi:10.1111/j.1467-9221.2005.00437.x

Federico, C. M., & *Holmes, J. W. (2005).  Education and the interface between racial attitudes and criminal-justice attitudes.  Political Psychology, 26, 47-76. doi: 10.1111/j.1467-9221.2005.00439.x

Federico, C. M. (2005a).  Racial perceptions and evaluative responses to welfare: Does education attenuate race-of-target effects?  Political Psychology, 26, 683-698. doi:10.1111/j.1467-9221.2005.00439.x

Federico, C. M. (2004a).  When do welfare attitudes become racialized?  The paradoxical effects of education.  American Journal of Political Science, 48, 374-391. doi: 10.1111/j.0092-5853.2004.00076.x [Reprinted in H. Lavine (Ed.), Political Psychology (Volume III: Intergroup Relations and Political Violence). London: Sage Publications, 2010.]

Federico, C. M., & Sidanius, J.  (2002b).  Sophistication and the antecedents of whites’ racial-policy attitudes: Racism, ideology, and affirmative action in America.  Public Opinion Quarterly, 66, 145-176. doi: 10.1086/339848                   

Federico, C. M., & Sidanius, J.  (2002a).  Racism, ideology, and affirmative action, revisited:  The antecedents and consequences of ‘principled objections’ to affirmative action.  Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 82, 488-502. doi: 10.1037/0022-3514.82.4.488.

Ilias, S., Fennelly, K., & Federico, C. M. (2008). American attitudes toward guestworker policies. International Migration Review, 42, 741-766. doi: 10.1111/j.1747-7379.2008.00146.x

Fennelly, K., & Federico, C. M. (2008).  Rural residence as a determinant of attitudes toward US immigration policy.  International Migration, 46, 151-190. doi: 10.1111/j.1468-2435.2008.00440.x

Karch, A., and Cravens, M., "Rapid Diffusion and Policy Reform: The Adoption and Modification of Three Strikes Laws," State Politics and Policy Quarterly 14 (December 2014):461-491.

Lavine, H., Cahn, N., and Carbone, J. “New Thoughts on Demography, Family Stability and Politics,”. In William Frey and Ruy Teixeira (Eds.), States of Change. Washington DC: American Enterprise Institute. Forthcoming.

Levin, S., Sidanius, J., Rabinowitz, J. L., & Federico, C. M. (1998). Ethnic identity, legitimizing ideologies and social status: A matter of ideological asymmetry. Political Psychology, 19, 373-404. doi: 10.1111/0162-895X.00109  

Himadeep Muppidi with Bud Duvall, “Humanitarianism and its Violences.”  Chapter 5 of Himadeep Muppidi, The Colonial Signs of International Relations.  Columbia University Press, 2012: 117-126. 

Phạm, Q., and Méndez, M. “Decolonial Designs: José Martí, HồChí Minh, and Global Entanglements,” Alternatives: Global, Local, Political, 40:2 (2015): 156-173. (Special Issue on Race, De-coloniality and International Relations.)

Phạm. Q., and Muppidi, H. “Colonial Wars, Postcolonial Specters: The Anxiety of Domination,” in Orientalism and War, edited by Tarak Barkawi and Keith Stanski (Columbia University Press, 2012).

Phạm, Q., and Muppidi, H. “Wresting the Frame,” in Claiming the International, edited by Arlene B. Tickner and David L. Blaney (Routledge, 2013). (Volume III of the series Worlding Beyond the West.)

Sarbahi, Anoop. 2014. “Insurgent-Population Ties and the Variation in the Trajectory of Peripheral Civil Wars.” Comparative Political Studies. 47(10):1470–1500.

Sidanius, J. Levin, S., Federico, C. M., & Pratto, F. (2001).  Legitimizing ideologies: The social dominance approach. In J. T. Jost & B. Major (Eds.), The psychology of legitimacy: Emerging perspectives on ideology, justice, and intergroup relations (pp. 307-331). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Sidanius, J., Singh, P., Hetts, J. J., & Federico, C. M. (2000).  It’s not the affirmative action, it’s the African-Americans: The continuing relevance of race in attitudes toward race-targeted policies.  In J. Sidanius, D. Sears, & L. Bobo (Eds.), Racialized politics: The debate about racism in America (pp. 191-235). Chicago: University of Chicago Press.

Sidanius, J., Levin, S., Rabinowitz, J. L., & Federico, C. M. (1999). Peering into the jaws of the beast: The integrative dynamics of social identity, symbolic racism, and social dominance. In D. A. Prentice & D. T. Miller (Eds.), Cultural divides: Understanding and overcoming group conflict  (pp. 80-132).  New York: Russell Sage.

Soss, J. “Classes, Races, and Marginalized Places: Notes on the Study of Democracy’s Demise.” 2014. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. 651(January): 250-54.

Soss, J. “Race and the Local Politics of Punishment in the New World of Welfare.” with Richard C. Fording and Sanford F. Schram. 2011. American Journal of Sociology. 116(5): 1610-57.

Soss, J. “Deciding to Discipline: Race, Choice, and Punishment at the Frontlines of Welfare Reform.” with Sanford Schram, Richard Fording, and Linda Houser. 2009. American Sociological Review. 74(3): 398-422.

Soss, J. “The Color of Devolution: Race, Federalism, and the Politics of Social Control.” with Richard C. Fording and Sanford F. Schram. 2008. American Journal of Political Science. 52(3): 536-53.

Soss, J. “Neoliberal Poverty Governance: Race, Place and the Punitive Turn in U.S. Welfare Policy.” with Sanford F. Schram, Richard C. Fording. 2008. Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society. 1(1): 17-36.

Soss, J. “Why Do White Americans Support the Death Penalty?” with Laura Langbein and Alan Metelko. 2003. Journal of Politics. 65(2): 397-421.

Soss, J. “Making Something Out of Nothing: Welfare Reform and a New Race to the Bottom.” with Sanford Schram. 1998. Publius. 28(3): 67-88.

Weber, C., Lavine, H., Huddy, L., & Federico, C. M. (2014). Placing racial stereotypes in context: Social desirability and the politics of racial hostility. American Journal of Political Science, 58, 63-78. doi: 10.1111/ajps.12051

Gender & Sexuality

English, A. Forthcoming. “Rewriting Title IX: The Department of Education’s Response to Feminists’ Comments in the Rulemaking Process.” Politics & Gender.

Girvan, E.J., Deason, G., & Borgida, E. (2015). The generalizability of gender bias: Testing the effects of contextual, explicit, and implicit sexism on labor arbitration decisions. Law and Human Behavior, http://dx.doi.org/10.1037/lhb0000139.

Hartmann, H., and English, A. 2009. “Women’s Retirement Security: A Primer.”Journal of Women, Politics & Policy 30(2/3): 109-140.

Hunt, J.S., Girvan, E.J., Deason, G., & Borgida, E. (2013).  Gender stereotyping.  In D.L. Faigman, J. Blumenthal., E.K. Cheng, J. Mnookin, E. E. Murphy, & J. Sanders (Eds.), Modern scientific evidence: The law and science of expert testimony (687-775). 2012-2013 Edition. St. Paul, MN: West Publishing Co.

Levine, H., Sweeney, D., and Wagner, S.. 1999.  Depicting Women as Sex Objects in Television Advertising: Effects on Body Dissatisfaction and Attitudes toward Women,” Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 25: 1049-1058.

Levine, H., Cahn, N., and Carbone, J.. “New Thoughts on Demography, Family Stability and Politics,”. In William Frey and Ruy Teixeira (Eds.), States of Change. Washington DC: American Enterprise Institute. Forthcoming.

Miller AL, Borgida, E. (2016) The Separate Spheres Model of Gendered Inequality. PLoS ONE 11(1): e0147315. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0147315

Ní Aoláin, F, Cahn, Haynes and Valji (eds), Handbook of Gender and Conflict (2016) (Oxford University Press)

Ní Aoláin, F, Hayes & Cahn, On the Frontlines: Women, War and the Post-Conflict Process  (2011) (Oxford University Press)

Ní Aoláin, F. The War on Terror and Extremism: Assessing the Relevance of the Women, Peace and Security Agenda International Affairs (2015)(forthcoming)

Ní Aoláin, F. Feminism Facing International Law 22 European Journal of Women’s Studies 457-462(2015)

Ní Aoláin, F. More Women — But Which Women? A Reply to Stéphanie Hennette Vauchez  26(1) European Journal of International Law 229 (2015)

Ní Aoláin, F. Through the Looking Glass: Transitional Justice Futures through the Lens of Nationalism, Feminism and Transformative Change (1) International Journal of Transitional Justice 127  (2015)(with Brown)

Ní Aoláin, F. Transforming Reparations for Conflict-Related Sexual Violence: Principles and Practice 98 Harvard Human Rights Journal 97 (2015)(with O’Rourke and Swaine)

Ní Aoláin, F.  “The Rhetoric of War”: Words, Conflict and Categorization Post 9/11, 24 Cornell Journal of Lw and Public Policy 241 (2015)(with Gross)

Ní Aoláin, F. Gendered Harms and their Interface with International Criminal Law: Norms, Challenges and Domestication 16(4) International Feminist Journal of Politics 622 (2014)

Ní Aoláin, F. “There is a War Going on You Know”: Addressing the Complexity of Violence Against Women in Conflicted and Post Conflict Societies 1(2) Transitional Justice Review 4 (2013)(with McWilliams)

Ní Aoláin, F. Situating Women in Counter-Terrorism Discourses: Undulating Masculinities and Liminal Femininities 93 Boston University Law Review 1083(2013)

Ní Aoláin, F. Advancing Feminist Positioning in the Field of Transitional Justice, International Journal of Transitional Justice 1 (2012)

Ní Aoláin, F. Women in the Post Conflict Process: Reviewing the Impact of Recent UN Actions in Achieving Gender Centrality, 11 Santa Clara Law Review 101 (2012) (with Cahn & Haynes)

Ní Aoláin, F. Women, Vulnerability and Humanitarian Emergencies, 18 Michigan Journal of Gender and the Law 1 (2011)

Ní Aoláin, F. Gendering Constitutional Design in Post-Conflict Societies, 17 William & Mary Journal of Women and the Law 509 (2011) (with Cahn & Haynes)

Ní Aoláin, F. Criminal Justice for Gender Violence and Beyond, 3 International Criminal Law Review 425 (2011) (with Cahn & Haynes)

Ní Aoláin, F. Advancing Women’s Rights in Conflict and Post-Conflict Situations, Proceedings of the 104th Annual Meeting of the American Society of International Law (2010)

Ní Aoláin, F. Hirsch Lecture: Gender, Masculinities, and Transition in Conflicted Societies, 44 New England Law Review 1 (2010) (with Cahn)

Ní Aoláin, F. Returning Home: Women in Post-Conflict Societies, 39 Baltimore Law Review 339 (2010)(with Cahn & Haynes)

Ní Aoláin, F. Women, Security and the Patriarchy of Internationalized Transitional Justice, 31 Human Rights Quarterly 1055 (2009

Ní Aoláin, F. Gender and the Rule of Law in Transitional Societies, 18 Minnesota Journal of International Law 380 (2009)(with Hamilton)

Ní Aoláin, F. Gendering the Universal Declaration, 24 Maryland Journal of International Law 335 2009)

Ní Aoláin, F. Exploring a Feminist Theory of Harm in the Context of Conflicted and Post-Conflict Societies 35 Queen’s Law Journal 219 (2009)

Ní Aoláin, F. Underenforcement and Intersectionality: Gendered Aspects of Transitional for Women, 1 International Journal of Transitional Justice 338 (2007)(with Rooney)

Ní Aoláin, F. Gender, Truth and Transition16 UCLA Women’s Law Journal 229 (2007)

Ní Aoláin, F. Forward Transitional Justice: (re)conceptualizing the field 3(2) International Journal of Law in Context 81) 2007 (with Bell and Campbell)

Ní Aoláin, F. Political Violence and Gender in Times of Transition 15(3) Columbia Journal of Gender and the Law 829-849 (2006)

Ní Aoláin, F. Enforcing Social and Economic Rights at the Domestic Level – A Proposal 2 European Human Rights Law Review 158 (2004)

Ní Aoláin, F. From Discretion to Scrutiny: Revisiting the Application of the Margin of Appreciation Doctrine in the Context of Article 15 of the European

Ní Aoláin, F. Sexual Violence During the Holocaust – A Reevaluation of Harms and Rights in International Law 12 Yale Journal of Law and Feminism 43 (2000)

Ní Aoláin, F. Rethinking the Concept of Harm and Legal Categorizations of Sexual Violence during War 1 Theoretical Inquiries in Law 305 (2000)

Ní Aoláin, F. Fluid Boundaries – Charting the Relationship between Human Rights and Humanitarian Law” 28 Israeli Yearbook of Human Rights 97 (1999)

Ní Aoláin, F. Radical Rules: The Effects of Evidential and Procedural Rules on the Regulation of Sexual Violence in War 60 Albany Law Review 883 (1997)

Ní Aoláin, F. Moving Slowly to Regulate and Recognize: Human Rights Meets Intimate Partner Sexual Violence in Marital Rape: Consent, Marriage, and Social Change in Global Context (2016) (Kersti Yllö and M. Gabriela Torres, eds)

Ní Aoláin, F. The Gender Politics of Fact-Finding in the Context of the Women, Peace and Security Agenda in The Future of Human Rights Fact-Finding (Oxford University Press 2015) (Philip Alston and Sarah Knuckey, eds.)

Ní Aoláin, F. A Gendered Reading of Security and Security Reform in Post Conflict Societies in Sexual Violence in Conflict and Post-Conflict Societies: International Agendas and African Contexts (Buss ed.) (with Haynes and Cahn) (Routledge, 2014)

Ní Aoláin, F. Gender, Masculinities and Transitional in Conflicted Societies in Exploring Masculinities (with Haynes and Cahn)(Thomson & Fineman eds.) (Routledge 2014)

Ní Aoláin, F. Gender Jus Post Bellum in Jus Post Bellum: Mapping the Normative Foundations (Carsten Stahn, Jennifer Easterday and Jens Iverson eds.)(with Haynes)(Oxford University, 2014)

Ní Aoláin, F. The Gender Dimensions of Rule of Law Reform in The Rule of Law Handbook (ed. Mooney) (American Bar Association, 2013)

Ní Aoláin, F. Gendered Justice and the Non-State Actors in Contested Transitions: Dilemmas of Transitional Justice in Colombia and Comparative Experience International Center for Transitional Justice (Bogota) 115-143 (Michael Reed & Amanda Lyons eds.) (with O’Rourke)(2013)

Ní Aoláin, F. Advancing a Feminist Analysis of Transitional Justice in Feminism and Transitional Justice 43 (Martha Fineman  & Estelle Zinsstag eds.)(Intersentia, 2013)

Ní Aoláin, F. Close Encounters of the Female Kind in the Land of Counter-Terrorism, in Gender, National Security and Counter-Terrorism: Human Rights Perspectives (Margaret Satterthwaite & Jayne Huckerby eds.) (2013)

Ní Aoláin, F. International Law, Gender Regimes and Fragmentation: 1325 and Beyond, in Women in Non-State Actors, Soft Law and Protective Regimes: From the Margins (C. M. Bailliet ed.) (Cambridge University Press, 2012)

Ní Aoláin, F. Masculinities and Child Soldiers in Post-Conflict Societies in Masculinities and Law: A Multidimensional Approach 231-251 (Frank Cooper & Ann C. McGinley eds.) (New York University Press, 2012)

Ní Aoláin, F. Gendered Under-Enforcement in the Transitional Justice Context, in Gender In Transitional Justice (Buckley-Zistel & Stanley eds.) (Palgrave, 2011)

Ní Aoláin, F. Learning the Lessons: What Feminist Legal Theory teaches International Human Rights Law and Practice in Transcending the Boundaries of Law (Martha Fineman ed.) (Routlegde, 2010)

Ní Aoláin, F. Enforcing Social and Economic Rights at the Domestic Level - A Proposal in Poverty: Rights, Social Citizenship Legal Activism 221-239 (Young, Boyd, Brodsky, & Day eds.), (University of British Columbia Press, 2007) (with McKeever)

Phạm, Q. “Enduring Bonds: Politics and Life Outside Freedom as Autonomy,” Alternatives: Global, Local, Political, 38:1 (2013): 29-48.

Sharrow, Elizabeth A., Strolovitch, D., Heaney, M, Masket, S., and Miller, J. “The Gender of Partisan Polarization: The Conditions of Party Activists’ Support for Sarah Palin and Hillary Clinton in 2008.” Journal of Women, Politics, and Policy.

Indigeneity

Luxon, N. 2016.  “Inside/Outside Clinical and Colonial Encounters,” contribution to a Critical Exchange on psychoanalysis and politics, Contemporary Political Theory 15.1 (February 2016): 119-138.

Nichols, R. Freedom and Democracy in an Imperial Context: Dialogues with James Tully. Co-edited with Jakeet Singh (NY & London: Routledge, 2014).

Nichols, R. ‘Disaggregating Primitive Accumulation.’ Radical Philosophy, 194 (Nov/Dec 2015)

Nichols, R. ‘The Colonialism of Incarceration.’ Radical Philosophy Review, 17.2 (2014)

Nichols, R. ‘Contract & Usurpation: Enfranchisement and Racial Governance in Settler Colonial Contexts,’ in A.Simpson and A.Smith (eds.), Theorizing Native Studies (Durham: Duke University Press, 2014).

Nichols, R. ‘Indigeneity and the Settler Contract Today,’ Philosophy & Social Criticism, Vol. 39, Issue 2 (Feb. 2013): 161-182.

Nichols, R. Empire and the dispositif of queerness,’ Foucault Studies, Vol. 14 (Oct. 2012).

Nichols, R. ‘Of First and Last Men: Contract and Colonial Historicality in Foucault,’ A.Swiffen and J.Nichols (eds.), The End(s) of History: Questioning the stakes of historical reason (NY: Routledge, 2012).

Nichols, R. ‘Postcolonial Studies and the Discourse of Foucault: Survey of a Field of Problematization,’ Foucault Studies, Vol. 9 (Sept. 2010).

Nichols, R. ‘‘Struggling with Language’: Indigenous Movements for Linguistic Security and the Politics of Local Community,’ Ethnicities, Vol. 6.1 (March, 2006).

Nichols, R.   ‘Realizing the Social Contract: the Case of Indigenous Peoples and Colonialism,’ (Feature Article: Theory and Practice) Contemporary Political Theory, Vol. 4, Issue 1 (Feb., 2005).

Income Inequality

Cahn, Naomi, June Carbone and Howard Lavine. "New Thoughts on Demography, Family Stability and Politics,”. Report for States of Change Project. Washington DC: American Enterprise Institute. Forthcoming.

Federico, C. M., Hunt, C. V., & *Fisher, E.L. (2013). Uncertainty and status-based asymmetries in the distinction between the "good" us and the "bad" them: Evidence that group status strengthens the relationship between the need for cognitive closure and extremity in intergroup differentiation. Journal of Social Issues, 69, 473-494. doi: 10.1111/josi.12025

Federico, C. M., & Levin, S.  (2004). Intergroup biases as a function of reflected status appraisals and support for legitimizing ideologies: Evidence from the USA and Israel.  Social Justice Research, 17, 47-73. doi: 10.1023/B:SORE.0000018092.85878.f6
                       
Levin, S., Federico, C. M., Sidanius, J., & Rabinowitz, J. (2002).  Social dominance orientation and intergroup bias: The legitimation of favoritism for high-status groups.  Personality and Social Psychology Bulletin, 28, 144-157. doi: 10.1177/0146167202282002

Federico, C. M. (1999).  The interactive effects of social dominance orientation, group status,and perceived stability on favoritism for high-status groups.  Group Processes and Intergroup Relations, 2, 119-144. doi: 10.1177/1368430299022002

Soss, J. Disciplining the Poor: Neoliberal Paternalism and the Persistent Power of Race. with Richard C. Fording and Sanford F. Schram. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press (2011). ***Winner of the 2012 Michael Harrington Award (APSA, Caucus for a New Political Science), the 2012 Oliver Cromwell Cox Award (ASA, Section on Racial and Ethnic Minorities), the 2012 CHOICE Outstanding Academic Title Award (American Library Association), and the 2015 Herbert Simon Award (APSA, Section on Public Administration).

Soss, J. Remaking America: Democracy and Public Policy in an Age of Inequality. Co-edited with Jacob S. Hacker, and Suzanne Mettler. New York, NY: Russell Sage Foundation. (2007, paperback 2010).

Soss, J. Race and the Politics of Welfare Reform. Co-edited with Sanford Schram and Richard Fording. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press (2003, paperback 2003).

Soss, J. Unwanted Claims: The Politics of Participation in the U.S. Welfare System. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press (2000, paperback 2002).

Soss, J. “Intersectionality as an Assembly of Analytic Practices: Subjects, Relations, and Situated Comparisons.” With Zein Murib. 2015. New Political Science. 37(4): 649-56.

Soss, J.  “Neoliberalism for the Common Good? Public Value Governance and the Downsizing of Democracy.” With Adam J. Dahl. 2014. Public Administration Review. 74(4): 496-504.

Soss, J. “From Work Support to Work Motivator: Child Care Subsidies and Caseworker Discretion in the Post-Welfare Reform Era.” With Linda Houser, Sanford F. Schram, and Richard C. Fording. 2014. Journal of Women, Politics, and Policy. 35(2): 174-93.

Soss, J. “Classes, Races, and Marginalized Places: Notes on the Study of Democracy’s Demise.” 2014. Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. 651(January): 250-54.

Soss, J. “Do Welfare Sanctions Help of Hurt the Poor? Estimating the Causal Effect of Sanctioning on Client Earnings.” With Richard C. Fording and Sanford F. Schram. 2013. Social Service Review. 87(4): 641-76.

Soss, J. “Race and the Local Politics of Punishment in the New World of Welfare.” with Richard C. Fording and Sanford F. Schram. 2011. American Journal of Sociology. 116(5): 1610-57.

Soss, J. “The Organization of Discipline: From Performance Management to Perversity and Punishment” with Richard C. Fording and Sanford F. Schram. 2011. Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory. 21(1): 203-32. ***Winner of the Beryl Radin Award for the best article published in JPART in 2011 (Public Management Research Association).

Soss, J. “The Third Level of U.S. Welfare Reform: Governmentality under Neoliberal Paternalism.” With Sanford F. Schram, Richard C. Fording, and Linda Houser. 2010. Citizenship Studies. 14(6): 739-54.

Soss, J. “The Politics of Inequality in America: A Political Economy Framework.” with Lawrence R. Jacobs. 2010. Annual Review of Political Science. 13: 341-64

Soss, J. “From Policy to Polity: Democracy, Paternalism and the Incorporation of Disadvantaged Citizens.” With Sarah K. Bruch and Myra Marx Ferree. 2010. American Sociological Review. 75(2): 205-26.

Soss, J. “Deciding to Discipline: Race, Choice, and Punishment at the Frontlines of Welfare Reform.” with Sanford Schram, Richard Fording, and Linda Houser. 2009. American Sociological Review. 74(3): 398-422.

Soss, J. “Public Responses to Health Disparities: How Group Cues Influence Support for Government Intervention.” with Elizabeth Rigby, Bridget Booske, Angela Kempf, and Stephanie Robert. 2009. Social Science Quarterly. 90(5): 1321-40.

Soss, J. “The Place of Inequality: Contexts, Individuals, and Class Biases in the American Polity.” with Lawrence R. Jacobs. 2009. Political Science Quarterly.124(1): 95-125.

Soss, J. “The Color of Devolution: Race, Federalism, and the Politics of Social Control.” with Richard C. Fording and Sanford F. Schram. 2008. American Journal of Political Science. 52(3): 536-53.

Soss, J. “Neoliberal Poverty Governance: Race, Place and the Punitive Turn in U.S. Welfare Policy.” with Sanford F. Schram, Richard C. Fording. 2008. Cambridge Journal of Regions, Economy and Society. 1(1): 17-36.

Soss, J.  “A Public Transformed? Welfare Reform as Policy Feedback.” with Sanford F. Schram. 2007. American Political Science Review. 101(1): 111-27.

Soss, J. “Devolution, Discretion, and the Effect of Local Political Values on TANF Sanctioning.” with Richard C. Fording and Sanford F.Schram. 2007. Social Service Review. 81(2): 285-316.

Soss, J. “The Political Roots of Disability Claims: How State Environments and Policies Shape Citizen Demands.” with Lael Keiser. 2006. Political Research Quarterly. 59(1): 133-48.

Soss, J. “The Consequences of Public Policy for Democratic Citizenship: Bridging Policy Studies and Mass Politics.” with Suzanne Mettler. 2004. Perspectives on Politics. 2(1): 1-19.

Soss, J. “Why Do White Americans Support the Death Penalty?” with Laura Langbein and Alan Metelko. 2003. Journal of Politics. 65(2): 397-421.

Soss, J. “Setting the Terms of Relief: Explaining State Policy Choices in the Devolution Revolution.” with Sanford Schram, Thomas Vartanian, and Erin O’Brien. 2001. American Journal of Political Science. 45(2): 378-95.

Soss, J. “Success Stories: Welfare Reform, Policy Discourse, and the Politics of Research.” with Sanford Schram. 2001. The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science. 557(September): 49-65. reprinted in the Finnish journal, Tiedotustutkimus. 2001, Issue 4: 94-108.

Soss, J. “Lessons of Welfare: Policy Design, Political Learning, and Political Action.” 1999. American Political Science Review. 93(2): 363-80.

Soss, J. “Welfare Application Encounters: Subordination, Satisfaction, and the Puzzle of Client Evaluations.” 1999. Administration & Society. 31(1): 50-94.

Soss, J. “The Real Value of Welfare: Why There Is No Welfare Migration.” with Sanford Schram. 1999. Politics & Society. 27(1): 39-66.

Soss, J. “Spectacular Politics, Dramatic Interpretations: Multiple Meanings in the Thomas/Hill Hearings.” with Virginia Sapiro. 1999. Political Communication. 16: 285-314.

Soss, J. “Already Hit Bottom: General Assistance, Welfare Retrenchment, and Single Male Migration.” with Thomas Vartanian, Sanford Schram, and Jim Baumohl. 1999. American Journal of Sociology & Social Welfare. 26(2): 151-74.

Soss, J. “With Good Cause: Bureaucratic Discretion and the Politics of Child Support Enforcement.” with Lael Keiser. 1998. American Journal of Political Science. 42(4): 1133-56.

Soss, J. “Making Something Out of Nothing: Welfare Reform and a New Race to the Bottom.” with Sanford Schram. 1998. Publius. 28(3): 67-88.