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Series: Princeton Studies in Cultural Sociology

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Origins of Democratic Culture: Printing, Petitions, and the Public Sphere in Early-Modern England by David Zaret1999
Blessed Events: Religion and Home Birth in America by Pamela E. Klassen2001
Gifted Tongues: High School Debate and Adolescent Culture by Gary Alan Fine2001
Kingdom of Children: Culture and Controversy in the Homeschooling Movement by Mitchell Stevens2001
Negotiating Identities: States and Immigrants in France and Germany by Riva Kastoryano2001
Offside: Soccer and American Exceptionalism by Andy Markovits2001
Reinventing Justice: The American Drug Court Movement by James L. Nolan2001
Contentious Curricula: Afrocentrism and Creationism in American Public Schools by Amy J. Binder2002
Community: Pursuing the Dream, Living the Reality by Suzanne Keller2003
Framing Europe: Attitudes to European Integration in Germany, Spain, and the United Kingdom by Juan Diez Medrano2003
The Minds of Marginalized Black Men: Making Sense of Mobility, Opportunity, and Future Life Chances by Alford A. Young2003
Interaction Ritual Chains by Randall Collins2004
Elusive Togetherness: Church Groups Trying to Bridge America's Divisions by Paul Lichterman2005
Religion and Family in a Changing Society by Penny Edgell2005
Talking Prices: Symbolic Meanings of Prices on the Market for Contemporary Art by Olav Velthuis2005
On Justification: Economies of Worth by Luc Boltanski2006
The Taylorized Beauty of the Mechanical: Scientific Management and the Rise of Modernist Architecture by Mauro F. Guillen2006
Hollywood Highbrow: From Entertainment to Art by Shyon Baumann2007
Partisan Publics: Communication and Contention Across Brazilian Youth Activist Networks by Ann Mische2007
Disrupting Science: Social Movements, American Scientists, and the Politics of the Military, 1945-1975 by Kelly Moore2008
Weaving Self-Evidence: A Sociology of Logic by Claude Rosental2008
Economists and Societies: Discipline and Profession in the United States, Britain, and France, 1890s to 1990s by Marion Fourcade2009
Impossible Engineering: Technology and Territoriality on the Canal du Midi by Chandra Mukerji2009
Reds, Whites, and Blues: Social Movements, Folk Music, and Race in the United States by William G. Roy2010
Making Volunteers: Civic Life after Welfare's End by Nina Eliasoph2011
Privilege: The Making of an Adolescent Elite at St. Paul's School by Shamus Rahman Khan2011
Becoming Right: How Campuses Shape Young Conservatives by Amy J. Binder2013
The Moral Background: An Inquiry into the History of Business Ethics by Gabriel Abend2014
There Goes the Gayborhood? by Amin Ghaziani2014
The Battle for Yellowstone: Morality and the Sacred Roots of Environmental Conflict by Justin Farrell2015

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