Elizabeth A. Armstrong
Elizabeth A. Armstrong
Professor of Sociology and Organizational Studies
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Paying for the Party
EA Armstrong, LT Hamilton
Harvard University Press, 2013
Forging gay identities: Organizing sexuality in San Francisco, 1950-1994
EA Armstrong
University of Chicago Press, 2002
Culture, power, and institutions: A multi‐institutional politics approach to social movements
EA Armstrong, M Bernstein
Sociological theory 26 (1), 74-99, 2008
Sexual assault on campus: A multilevel, integrative approach to party rape
EA Armstrong, L Hamilton, B Sweeney
Social problems 53 (4), 483-499, 2006
Movements and memory: The making of the Stonewall myth
EA Armstrong, SM Crage
American sociological review 71 (5), 724-751, 2006
Gendered sexuality in young adulthood: Double binds and flawed options
L Hamilton, EA Armstrong
Gender & Society 23 (5), 589-616, 2009
Accounting for women’s orgasm and sexual enjoyment in college hookups and relationships
EA Armstrong, P England, ACK Fogarty
American Sociological Review 77 (3), 435-462, 2012
Sieve, incubator, temple, hub: Empirical and theoretical advances in the sociology of higher education
ML Stevens, EA Armstrong, R Arum
Annual Review of Sociology 34 (1), 127-151, 2008
“Good Girls” gender, social class, and slut discourse on campus
EA Armstrong, LT Hamilton, EM Armstrong, JL Seeley
Social Psychology Quarterly 77 (2), 100-122, 2014
Is Hooking Up Bad for Young Women?
EA Armstrong, L Hamilton, P England
Contexts 9 (3), 22-27, 2010
Silence, power, and inequality: An intersectional approach to sexual violence
EA Armstrong, M Gleckman-Krut, L Johnson
Annual Review of Sociology 44 (1), 99-122, 2018
From struggle to settlement
E Armstrong
Social movements and organization theory, 161-188, 2005
Orgasm in college hookups and relationships
EA Armstrong, P England, ACK Fogarty
Families as they really are, 362-377, 2010
Women's negotiation of cunnilingus in college hookups and relationships
L Backstrom, EA Armstrong, J Puentes
Journal of Sex Research 49 (1), 1-12, 2012
12. Crisis, collective creativity, and the generation of new organizational forms: The transformation of lesbian/gay organizations in San Francisco
EA Armstrong
Social structure and organizations revisited, 2002
Hegemonic femininities and intersectional domination
LT Hamilton, EA Armstrong, JL Seeley, EM Armstrong
Sociological Theory 37 (4), 315-341, 2019
Traitors to the cause? Understanding the lesbian/gay “bisexuality debates.”
E Armstrong
Bisexual politics: Theories, queries, and visions, 199-217, 1995
Social movement organizations
EA Armstrong, T Bartley
The Blackwell encyclopedia of sociology, 2007
Identity and competence: The use of culture in the interpretation of sexual images
EA Armstrong, MS Weinberg
Sociological Perspectives 49 (3), 411-432, 2006
The associations of gender with social participation of burn survivors: a life impact burn recovery evaluation profile study
B Levi, CT Kraft, GD Shapiro, NHT Trinh, EC Dore, J Jeng, AF Lee, ...
Journal of Burn Care & Research 39 (6), 915-922, 2018
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