Edwin Amenta
Edwin Amenta
Professor of Sociology and Political Science, University of California, Irvine
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The Wiley-Blackwell companion to political sociology
E Amenta, K Nash, A Scott
John Wiley & Sons, 2012
The political consequences of social movements
E Amenta, N Caren, E Chiarello, Y Su
Annual Review of Sociology 36, 287-307, 2010
States and social policies
T Skocpol, E Amenta
Annual review of sociology 12 (1), 131-157, 1986
A hero for the aged? The Townsend movement, the political mediation model, and US old-age policy, 1934-1950
E Amenta, BG Carruthers, Y Zylan
American journal of sociology 98 (2), 308-339, 1992
Bold relief: Institutional politics and the origins of modern American social policy
E Amenta
Princeton University Press, 2000
When movements matter: The Townsend plan and the rise of social security
E Amenta
Princeton University Press, 2006
Institutional theory
E Amenta, KM Ramsey
Handbook of politics: State and society in global perspective, 15-39, 2010
Age for leisure? Political mediation and the impact of the pension movement on US old-age policy
E Amenta, N Caren, SJ Olasky
American sociological review 70 (3), 516-538, 2005
Stolen thunder? Huey Long's" Share our wealth," political mediation, and the second New Deal
E Amenta, K Dunleavy, M Bernstein
American sociological review, 678-702, 1994
Making an impact: Conceptual and methodological implications of the collective goods criterion
E Amenta, MP Young
How social movements matter 10, 22-41, 1999
What we know about the development of social policy
E Amenta
Comparative historical analysis in the social sciences, 91-130, 2003
The legislative, organizational, and beneficiary consequences of state-oriented challengers
E Amenta, N Caren
The Blackwell companion to social movements, 461-488, 2004
It Happened Here: Political Opportunity, the New nstitutionalism, and the Townsend Movement
E Amenta, Y Zylan
Social movements: Critiques, concepts, case-studies, 199-233, 1995
All the movements fit to print: Who, what, when, where, and why SMO families appeared in the New York Times in the twentieth century
E Amenta, N Caren, SJ Olasky, JE Stobaugh
American Sociological Review 74 (4), 636-656, 2009
Where to begin: A survey of five approaches to selecting independent variables for qualitative comparative analysis
E Amenta, JD Poulsen
Sociological Methods & Research 23 (1), 22-53, 1994
Did capitalists shape social security?
T Skocpol, E Amenta
American Sociological Review 50 (4), 572-575, 1985
US social policy in comparative and historical perspective: Concepts, images, arguments, and research strategies
E Amenta, C Bonastia, N Caren
Annual Review of Sociology 27 (1), 213-234, 2001
Democratic states and social movements: Theoretical arguments and hypotheses
E Amenta, MP Young
Social problems 46 (2), 153-168, 1999
Wage wars: Institutional politics, WPA wages, and the struggle for US social policy
E Amenta, D Halfmann
American Sociological Review 65 (4), 506-528, 2000
The formative years of US social spending policies: Theories of the welfare state and the American states during the Great Depression
E Amenta, BG Carruthers
American Sociological Review, 661-678, 1988
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