Jonathan S. Coley
Jonathan S. Coley
Associate Professor of Sociology, Oklahoma State University
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Green energy laws and Republican legislators in the United States
JS Coley, DJ Hess
Energy Policy 48, 576-583, 2012
State government votes for green energy laws
DJ Hess, JS Coley
Good green jobs in a global economy, 231-238, 2012
Wireless smart meters and public acceptance: The environment, limited choices, and precautionary politics
DJ Hess, JS Coley
Public understanding of science 23 (6), 688-702, 2014
Gay on God's Campus: Mobilizing for LGBT Equality at Christian Colleges and Universities
JS Coley
University of North Carolina Press, 2018
“Movement Schools” and Dialogical Diffusion of Nonviolent Praxis: Nashville Workshops in the Southern Civil Rights Movement
LW Isaac, DB Cornfield, DC Dickerson, JM Lawson, JS Coley
Research in Social Movements, Conflicts and Change 34, 155-184, 2012
Reconciling Religion and LGBT Rights: Christian Universities, Theological Orientations, and LGBT Inclusion
JS Coley
Social Currents 4 (1), 87-106, 2017
Narrative and Frame Alignment in Social Movements: Labor Problem Novels and the 1929 Gastonia Strike
JS Coley
Social Movement Studies 14 (1), 58-74, 2015
Social Movements and Bridge Building: Religious and Sexual Identity Conflicts
JS Coley
Research in Social Movements, Conflicts and Change 37, 125-151, 2014
Party differences and energy reform: fiscal conservatism in the California legislature
DJ Hess, JS Coley, QD Mai, LR Hilliard
Environmental Politics 24 (2), 228-248, 2015
Creating Safe Spaces: Opportunities, Resources, and LGBTQ Student Groups at U.S. Colleges and Universities
JS Coley, D Das
Socius 6, 2378023120971472, 2020
Theorizing Issue Selection in Advocacy Organizations: An Analysis of Human Rights Activism around Darfur and the Congo, 1998–2010
JS Coley
Sociological Perspectives 56 (2), 191-212, 2013
Reframing, Reconciling, and Individualizing: How LGBTQ Activist Groups Shape Approaches to Religion and Sexuality
JS Coley
Sociology of Religion 81 (1), 45-67, 2020
Theologies of Exclusion: Christian Universities and Discrimination against Sexual Minorities
JS Coley
Sociological Spectrum 38 (6), 422-437, 2018
Preparation Pathways and Movement Participation: Insurgent Schooling and Nonviolent Direct Action in the Nashville Civil Rights Movement
LW Isaac, JS Coley, DB Cornfield, DC Dickerson
Mobilization: An International Quarterly 21 (2), 155-176, 2016
The cyber power of marginalized identities: intersectional strategies of online LGBTQ+ Latinx activism
RM Schmitz, JS Coley, C Thomas, A Ramirez
Feminist Media Studies 22 (2), 271-290, 2022
Religion at the Frontline: How Religion Influenced the Response of Local Government Officials to the COVID-19 Pandemic
GJ Adler Jr, SE Ortiz, E Plutzer, D Mayrl, JS Coley, R Sager
Sociology of Religion 82 (4), 397-425, 2021
Occupational Activism and Racial Desegregation at Work: Activist Careers after the Nonviolent Nashville Civil Rights Movement
DB Cornfield, JS Coley, LW Isaac, DC Dickerson
Research in the Sociology of Work 32, 217-248, 2019
Mobilizing for Religious Freedom: Educational Opportunity Structures and Outcomes of Conservative Christian Campus Activism
JS Coley
Research in Social Movements, Conflicts, and Change 44 (1), 175-200, 2021
Have Christian Colleges and Universities Become More Inclusive of LGBTQ Students Since Obergefell v. Hodges?
JS Coley
Religions 11 (9), 461, 2020
Creating Secular Spaces: Religious Threat and the Presence of Secular Student Alliances at US Colleges and Universities
JS Coley
Sociological Forum 36 (3), 649-667, 2021
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