Kraig Beyerlein, Ph.D.

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2006 University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, Chapel Hill, NC 
Area:
General, American Studies
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Kenneth Bollen grad student 2006 UNC Chapel Hill
 (Explaining United States civic action: Dispositions, networks, religion, and September 11.)
Christian Smith grad student 2006 UNC Chapel Hill
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Beyerlein K, Sikkink D, Hernandez E. (2018) Citizenship, Religion, and Protest: Explaining Latinos’ Differential Participation in the 2006 Immigrant Rights Marches Social Problems. 66: 163-193
Martínez DE, Slack J, Beyerlein K, et al. (2017) The Migrant Border Crossing Study: A methodological overview of research along the Sonora-Arizona border. Population Studies. 1-16
Andrews KT, Beyerlein K, Farnum TT. (2016) The legitimacy of protest: Explaining white southerners' attitudes toward the civil rights movement Social Forces. 94: 1021-1044
Beyerlein K, Vaisey S. (2013) Individualism revisited: Moral worldviews and civic engagement Poetics. 41: 384-406
Beyerlein K, Sikkink D. (2008) Sorrow and solidarity: Why Americans volunteered for 9/11 relief efforts Social Problems. 55: 190-215
Beyerlein K, Andrews KT. (2008) Black voting during the civil rights movement: A micro-level Analysis Social Forces. 87: 65-94
Beyerlein K, Hipp JR. (2006) A two-stage model for a two-stage process: How biographical availability matters for social movement mobilization Mobilization. 11: 219-240
Beyerlein K, Hipp JR. (2006) From pews to participation: The effect of congregation activity and context on bridging civic engagement Social Problems. 53: 97-117
Beyerlein K, Hipp JR. (2005) Social capital, too much of a good thing? American religious traditions and community crime Social Forces. 84: 995-1013
Chaves M, Konieczny ME, Beyerlein K, et al. (1999) The National Congregations Study : Background, methods, and selected results Journal For the Scientific Study of Religion. 38: 458-476
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