Thomas E. Shriver
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Risk society and contested illness: The case of nuclear weapons workers
S Cable, TE Shriver, TL Mix
American Sociological Review 73 (3), 380-401, 2008
Women's childbirth preferences and practices in the United States
AC Miller, TE Shriver
Social science & medicine 75 (4), 709-716, 2012
Contested environmental hazards and community conflict over relocation
TE Shriver, DK Kennedy
Rural Sociology 70 (4), 491-513, 2005
Production and extrapolation of meaning in the environmental justice movement
S Cable, T Shriver
Sociological Spectrum 15 (4), 419-442, 1995
The destruction of Black Wall Street: Tulsa's 1921 riot and the eradication of accumulated wealth
CM Messer, TE Shriver, AE Adams
American Journal of Economics and Sociology 77 (3-4), 789-819, 2018
Environmental sociology: from analysis to action
L King, D McCarthy
Rowman & Littlefield Pub Inc, 2005
Discursive obstruction and elite opposition to environmental activism in the Czech Republic
TE Shriver, AE Adams, S Cable
Social Forces 91 (3), 873-893, 2013
Sustainability and environmental sociology: Putting the economy in its place and moving toward an integrative socio-ecology
SB Longo, B Clark, TE Shriver, R Clausen
Sustainability 8 (5), 437, 2016
Power, quiescence, and pollution: The suppression of environmental grievances
TE Shriver, AE Adams, CM Messer
Social Currents 1 (3), 275-292, 2014
Rethinking the scope of environmental injustice: perceptions of health hazards in a rural native American community exposed to carbon black
TE Shriver, GR Webb
Rural Sociology 74 (2), 270-292, 2009
Maintaining collective identity in a hostile environment: Confronting negative public perception and factional divisions within the skinhead subculture
D Sarabia, ES THOMAS
Sociological Spectrum 24 (3), 267-294, 2004
Collective identity and memory: A comparative analysis of community response to environmental hazards
CM Messer, TE Shriver, AE Adams
Rural Sociology 80 (3), 314-339, 2015
The role of collective identity in inhibiting mobilization: solidarity and suppression in Oak Ridge
TE Shriver, S Cable, L Norris, DW Hastings
Sociological Spectrum 20 (1), 41-64, 2000
The silenced majority: Quiescence and government social control on the Oak Ridge Nuclear Reservation
S Cable, TE Shriver, DW Hastings
Research in Social Problems and Public Policy 7, 59-81, 1999
Women's work: Women's involvement in the Gulf War illness movement
TE Shriver, AC Miller, S Cable
The Sociological Quarterly 44 (4), 639-658, 2003
Social movement endurance: Collective identity and the Rastafari
AS Kebede, TE Shriver, JD Knottnerus
Sociological Inquiry 70 (3), 313-337, 2000
Managing the uncertainties of Gulf War illness: The challenges of living with contested illness
TE Shriver, DD Waskul
Symbolic Interaction 29 (4), 465-486, 2006
Power, politics, and the framing of environmental illness
TE Shriver, DA White, AS Kebede
Sociological Inquiry 68 (4), 458-475, 1998
Corporate frame failure and the erosion of elite legitimacy
CM Messer, AE Adams, TE Shriver
The Sociological Quarterly 53 (3), 475-499, 2012
Social control and movement outcome: The case of AIM
J Stotik, TE Shriver, S Cable
Sociological Focus 27 (1), 53-66, 1994
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