Justine Tinkler
Justine Tinkler
Assistant Professor of Sociology, University of Georgia
Verified email at uga.edu
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How easily does a social difference become a status distinction? Gender matters
CL Ridgeway, K Backor, YE Li, JE Tinkler, KG Erickson
American Sociological Review 74 (1), 44-62, 2009
Gender and venture capital decision-making: The effects of technical background and social capital on entrepreneurial evaluations
JE Tinkler, KB Whittington, MC Ku, AR Davies
Social Science Research 51, 1-16, 2015
Can legal interventions change beliefs? The effect of exposure to sexual harassment policy on men's gender beliefs
JE Tinkler, YE Li, S Mollborn
Social Psychology Quarterly 70 (4), 480-494, 2007
Walk like a man, talk like a woman: Teaching the social construction of gender
D Berkowitz, NN Manohar, JE Tinkler
Teaching Sociology 38 (2), 132-143, 2010
Resisting the enforcement of sexual harassment law
JE Tinkler
Law & Social Inquiry 37 (1), 1-24, 2012
“People are too quick to take offense”: the effects of legal information and beliefs on definitions of sexual harassment
JE Tinkler
Law & Social Inquiry 33 (2), 417-445, 2008
How do sexual harassment policies shape gender beliefs? An exploration of the moderating effects of norm adherence and gender
JE Tinkler
Social science research 42 (5), 1269-1283, 2013
“Me getting plastered and her provoking my eyes” young people’s attribution of blame for sexual aggression in public drinking spaces
S Becker, J Tinkler
Feminist Criminology 10 (3), 235-258, 2015
“Kind of Natural, Kind of Wrong”: Young People's Beliefs about the Morality, Legality, and Normalcy of Sexual Aggression in Public Drinking Settings
JE Tinkler, S Becker, KA Clayton
Law & Social Inquiry 43 (1), 28-57, 2018
Perceptions of legitimacy: The sex of the legal messenger and reactions to sexual harassment training
J Tinkler, S Gremillion, K Arthurs
Law & Social Inquiry 40 (1), 152-174, 2015
Controversies in implicit race bias research
JE Tinkler
Sociology Compass 6 (12), 987-997, 2012
Defining sexual harassment: ambiguity, perceived threat, and knowledge
JE Tinkler
Amici 10 (2), 1-5, 2003
Honorary whites? Asian American women and the dominance penalty
J Tinkler, J Zhao, Y Li, CL Ridgeway
Socius 5, 2378023119836000, 2019
Photovoice: A Critical Pedagogical Assignment in the Sociology Classroom.
NN Manohar, D Berkowitz, JA Wilder, JE Tinkler
Currents in Teaching & Learning 5, 2013
Communicating about affirmative consent: how the threat of punishment affects policy support and gender stereotypes
JE Tinkler, J Clay-Warner, M Alinor
Journal of interpersonal violence 33 (21), 3344-3366, 2018
Behavioral regularities and norm stickiness: The cases of transracial adoption and online privacy
C Horne, J Tinkler, W Przepiorka
Social Research: An International Quarterly 85 (1), 93-113, 2018
Attitudes towards transracial adoption: Measures and correlates
JE Tinkler, C Horne
Current Research in Social Psychology 16 (5), 1-11, 2011
The sexual harassment of federal employees: Gender, leadership status, and organizational tolerance for abuses of power
JE Tinkler, J Zhao
Journal of Public Administration Research and Theory 30 (3), 349-364, 2020
A social psychological analysis of resistance to sexual harassment law": implications for equal opportunity
JE Tinkler
Stanford University, 2007
Research in Progress
JE Tinkler, MC Ku, KB Whittington, AR Davies
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