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Curriculum Vitae
Deana A Rohlinger
January 25, 2017

General Information
University address: Sociology
College of Social Sciences and Public Policy
Bellamy Building 0526
Florida State University
Tallahassee, Florida 32306-2270

E-mail address: deana.rohlinger@fsu.edu


Web site: www.DeanaRohlinger.com

Professional Preparation
2004 Doctor of Philosophy, University Of California, Irvine. Major: Sociology.
2001 Master of Arts, University Of California, Irvine. Major: Social Science.
1999 Master of Arts, California State University, San Bernardino. Major: Interdisciplinary Studies (Sociology and Communication Studies).
1995 Bachelor of Arts, University of Arizona. Major: Communication (Mass Communication Studies).

Professional Experience
2015–present Professor, Sociology, Florida State University.
2010–present Associate Professor, Sociology, Florida State University.
2006–present Research Associate, Pepper Institute on Aging and Public Policy, Florida State University.
2004–2010 Assistant Professor, Sociology, Florida State University.

Honors, Awards, and Prizes
Graduate Teaching Award, Sociology Graduate Student Union, Florida State University (2016).

University Graduate Teaching Award, Florida State University (2015).

Honorable Mention for Excellence in Online Teaching, Office of Distance Learning, Florida State University (2013).

Seminole Leadership Award, Division of Student Affairs, Florida State University (2013).

Nominated for a Distinguished University Teaching Award, Florida State University (2012).

Graduate Mentorship Award, Sociology Graduate Student Union, Florida State University (2010).

Nominated for a University Mentorship Award, Florida State University (2010).

University Teaching Award, Florida State University (2007).

J. Michael "Best" Teacher Award, Florida State University (2006).

Outstanding Graduate Scholarship Award, School of Social Science at the University of California-Irvine (2003).

Best Graduate Student Paper, A. Kimball Romney School of Social Sciences , University of California-Irvine (2002).

Best Graduate Student Paper Award for the Section on Collective Behavior and Social Movements, American Sociological Association (2002).

ODUM Award for Best Graduate Student Paper, Southern Sociological Society (2002).

Graduate Student Award in the Carrie Chapman Catt Prize for Research on Women and Politics, Iowa State University (2001).

Robin M. Williams Best Graduate Student Paper, Department of Sociology, University of California-Irvine (2001).

Outstanding Graduate Student of the Year, California State University (1999).



Current Membership in Professional Organizations
American Sociological Association

National Institute for Civil Discourse

Scholar Strategy Network

Society for the Study of Social Problems

Sociologists for Women in Society

Southern Sociological Society



Teaching
I teach courses on social movements, mass media, democracy and political participation, and qualitative methodology.
Courses Taught
New Media and Social Change

Advanced Research Seminar In Stratification and Inequality (SYO6538)

Collective Action, Social Movements, and The Hunger Games (Honors) (ISS2937)

Preparation for Major Area Preliminary Exam (SYA8967)

Directed Individual Study (SYA5907)

Sociology of Mass Media Online (SYO3460)

Qualitative Research Methods in Sociology (SYA5315)

Sociology of Mass Media (SYO3460)

Social Movement Research (SYA4905)

Honors Work (SYA4931)

Sociology of the Contemporary Women's Movement (SYP6356)

Collective Action and Social Movements (SYP3350)

Directed Individual Study (SYA4905)

Social Science Honors Seminar (ISS2937)

Collective Behavior and Social Movements (SYP5305)

Selected Topics in Research Methods (SYA6936)

Directed Individual Study (SYA5909)

Collective Action and Social Movements (SYP3300)

Senior Seminar (AMS4935)

Selected Topics in Sociology (SYA4930)



Doctoral Committee Chair
Conn, S. G., graduate. (2015).

Stamm, T. M., graduate. (2015).

Brown, J., graduate. (2012).

Claxton, E., doctoral candidate.

Gaulden, S., doctoral candidate.

Gentile, H., doctoral candidate.

Mauney, H. T., doctoral candidate.

Doctoral Committee Member
Roach, T. A., graduate. (2015).

Pederson, J. E., graduate. (2013).

Shekha, K. R., graduate. (2012).

Vaccaro, C. A., graduate. (2011).

Rill, L., graduate. (2011).

Von Rohr, C. L., graduate. (2011).

Bradley, S., doctoral candidate.

McGrath, A., doctoral student. [Student at Vanderbilt University (Department of Sociology)]



Doctoral Committee University Representative
Lee, J. S., graduate. (2016).

Milita, K., graduate. (2014).

Brock, L. E., graduate. (2013).

Adamoli, G., graduate. (2012).

Cook, S., graduate. (2012).

Devine, R., doctoral candidate.

Ensiminger, S., doctoral candidate.

Villafane, P. M., doctoral candidate.

Wright, C., doctoral candidate.

Williams, O., doctoral candidate.

Hernandez, E., doctoral candidate.

Master's Committee Chair
Turner, M., graduate. (2015).

Gentile, H., graduate. (2015).

Claxton, E., graduate. (2015).

Glauden, S., graduate. (2015).

Klein, J., graduate. (2012).

Erdemli, R., graduate. (2011).

Brown, J., graduate. (2007).

Conn, S., graduate. (2006).

Dignam, P., student.

Grace, J., student.

Williams, C., student.

Master's Committee Member
Webb, N., graduate. (2016).

Buyukozturk, B., graduate. (2015).

Salerno, S., graduate. (2015).

Nix, A., graduate. (2014).

Lennon, L., graduate. (2012).

McCleavey, B., graduate. (2008).

Sheka, R., graduate. (2008).

Bachelor's Committee Chair
Olsen, A., graduate. (2015).

Bachelor's Committee Member
Fritz, M., graduate. (2014).

Dickinson, L., graduate. (2012).

LaRose, A., graduate. (2012).

Doyle, F., graduate. (2011).

Sanfilippo, S., graduate. (2011).

Levy, A., graduate. (2010).

Dunlop, A., graduate. (2009).

Bowlin, M., student.



Supervision of Student Research Not Related to Thesis or Dissertation
Olsen, E. (Jan 2017–present).
Olsen, A. (2012–15).
Solomon, A. (2007–09).
Kemper, J. (2007–08).
Russell, K. (2006–08).
Hudson, D. (2005–06).

Research and Original Creative Work
Publications
Refereed Journal Articles
Gaulden, S. ~., & Rohlinger, D. (submitted). Leading Online: Lessons from the Mach Against Monsanto and Occupy Monsanto. Emerald Studies in Media and Communication. Manuscript submitted for publication, 40 pages.
Rohlinger, D., & Bunnage, L. (submitted). Examining Engagement and Disengagement in the Digital Age: Social Media and the Tea Party Movement. Social Media + Society. Manuscript submitted for publication, 35 pages.
Rohlinger, D., Redmond, R., Stamm, T., Gentile, H., & Olson, A. (submitted). Disrupting Gender Narratives or More of the Same? Journal of Gender Studies. Manuscript submitted for publication, 30 pages.
Rohlinger, D., ~Olsen, A., & Hewitt, L. (submitted). Dualing Discourses: Neoliberalism, Discursive Politics, and Gender Equity in Rural Morocco. Revise & Resubmit in Feminist Formations. Manuscript submitted for publication, 25 pages.
Rohlinger, D., & Bunnage, L. (submitted). Identity, ICTs, and Activist Persistence in the Digital Age. Revise & Resubmit in Mobilization. Manuscript submitted for publication, 40 pages.
~Brown, R. L., & Rohlinger, D. A. (2016). The Effect of Political Generation on Identity and Social Change: Age Cohort Consequences. Journal of Women and Aging, 96-111. doi:10.1080/08952841.2014.950138
Rohlinger, D., & Proffitt, J. (2016). Covering Controversy: How Ownership, News Format, and Geography Affect Newspaper Coverage of the Terri Schiavo Case. Journalism, 1-18. doi:10.1177/1464884916665404
Rohlinger, D. A., & Bunnage, L. (2015). Connecting People to Politics Over Time? Internet Communication Technology and Activist Persistence in MoveOn and the Tea Party Movement. Information, Communication & Society, 18(5), 539-552. doi:10.1080/1369118X.2015.1008541
Rohlinger, D., ~Vaccaro, C., ~Session, M., & ~Mauney, H. (2015). Individual Claims-Making in the Terri Schiavo Case. Social Currents, 2(4), 361-376. doi:10.1177/2329496515603726
Rohlinger, D. A., ~Pederson, J., & ~Valle, G. (2015). Inclusive Discourse? Local Media Coverage of the Terri Schiavo Case. Sociological Spectrum, 35(1), 1-24.
Rohlinger, D. A., & ~Stamm, T. (2013). Acting Contentiously: Social Movement Simulations in the Classroom. Academic Exchange Quarterly, 17(2), 20.
Rohlinger, D. A., & ~Brown, J. (2013). Mass Media and Institutional Change: Organizational Reputation, Strategy, and Outcomes in the Academic Freedom Movement. Mobilization: An International Quarterly, 18(1), 41-64.
Meyer, D. S., & Rohlinger, D. A. (2012). Big Books and Social Movements: A Myth of Ideas and Social Change. Social Problems, 59(1), 136-153.
Rohlinger, D. A., ~Kail, B., Taylor, M., & ~Conn, S. (2012). Outside the Mainstream: Media Coverage of the U.S. Abortion Debate, 1980-2000. Research on Social Movements, Conflict & Change, 33, 51-80.
Rohlinger, D. A., & ~Klein, J. (2011). Visual Landscapes and the Abortion Issue. American Behavioral Scientist, 56(2), 172-188.
Rohlinger, D. A., & ~Brown, J. (2009). "Democracy, Action and the Internet after 9/11.". American Behavioral Scientist, 53(1), 133-150.
Rohlinger, D. A., & Quadagno, J. (2009). "Framing Faith: Explaining Cooperation and Conflict in the U.S. Conservative Christian Political Movement". Social Movement Studies, 8(4), 341-358.
Downey, D., & Rohlinger, D. A. (2008). "Linking Strategic Choice with Macro Organizational Dynamics: Strategy and Social Movement Articulation". Research in Social Movements, Conflicts and Change, 28, 3-35.
Rohlinger, D. A. (2007). "American Media and Deliberative Democratic Processes.". Sociological Theory, 25(2), 122-148.
Rohlinger, D. A. (2006). "Friend and Foe: Media, Politics, and Tactics in the Abortion War". Social Problems, 53(4), 537-561.
Rohlinger, D. A. (2002). "Eroticizing Men: Cultural Influences on Advertising and Male Objectification". Sex Roles: A Journal of Research, 46(3/4), 61-74.
Rohlinger, D. A. (2002). "Framing the Abortion Debate: Organizational Resources, Media Strategies, and Movement-Countermovement Dynamics". The Sociological Quarterly, 43(4), 479-507.

Refereed Books
Rohlinger, D. (in press). New Media and American Society. New York: New York University Press.
Rohlinger, D. A. (2015). Abortion Politics, Mass Media and Social Movements in America. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Edited Books
Rohlinger, D., & Earl, J. (Eds.). (contract). New Media, Politics, and Political Change. Manuscript under contract for publication, Emerald.
Earl, J., & Rohlinger, D. (Eds.). (2012). Research in Social Movements, Conflicts and Change. Special Issue on Media, Movements, and Political Change. Emerald.
Maney, G., Kutz-Flamenbaum, R., Rohlinger, D., & Goodwin, J. (Eds.). (2012). Strategy in Action: Movements and Social Change. University of Minnesota Press.

Invited Book Chapters
Rohlinger, D., & Corrigall-Brown, C. (in press). Social Movements and Mass Media in a Global Context. In David Snow, Sarah Soule, Hanspeter Kriesi, & Holly McCammon (Eds.), Encyclopedia of Social Movements. New York: Blackwell.
Rohlinger, D., & Gaulden, S. (in press). Overcoming Obstacles to Activism: An Analysis of MoveOn.org and the Florida Tea Party Movement. In New Media and Social Inclusion. New York: Routledge.
Rohlinger, D., & Gentile, H. ~. (in press). Sociological Perspectives on Social Movements. In Bert Klandermans, & Conny : Roggeband (Eds.), Springer Handbook of Social Movements across Disciplines (50 pages). New York: Springer.
Rohlinger, D. A., & ~Claxton, E. (in press). Mobilizing the Faithful: Conservative and Right Wing Women's Movements in America. In HollyMcCammon, Lee Ann Banazak, Verta Taylor, & Jo Reger (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of U.S. Women's Social Movement Activism. Oxford University Press.
Rohlinger, D. A. (2015). "Do You Like Big Macs, Coca Cola, and Levis? Understanding National Identity Through TV and Sociology. In Kishor Vaidya (Ed.), Sociology for the Curious. Amazon Book.
Rohlinger, D. A., & ~Gentile, H. (2015). "Letting Go" and "Having Fun": Redefining Aging in America. In Donna King, & Kay Valentine (Eds.), Letting Go: Feminist and Social Justice Insights and Activism (pp. 173-183). Vanderbilt University Press.
Rohlinger, D. A., ~Klein, J., ~Stamm, T., & ~Rogers, K. (2015). Constricting Boundaries: Collective Identity in the Tea Party Movement. In Nancy Naples, & Jennifer Bickham-Mendez (Eds.), Border Politics, Social Movements and Globalization (pp. 177-205). New York University Press.
Rohlinger, D. A., & ~Klein, J. (2014). From Fervor to Fear: ICT and Emotions in the Tea Party Movement. In David Meyer, & Nella Van Dyke (Eds.), Understanding the Tea Party Movement (pp. 125-147). Ashgate.
Rohlinger, D. A., Bunnage, L., & ~Klein, J. (2014). Virtual Power Plays: Social Movements, ICT, and Party Politics". In Bernard Groffman, Alex Trechsel, & Mark Franklin (Eds.), The Internet and Democracy in Global Perspective (Studies in Public Choice) (pp. 83-109). Springer.
Quadagno, J., & Rohlinger, D. A. (2009). The Religious Factor in U.S. Welfare State Policies. In K. Van Kersbergen, & P. Manow (Eds.), Religion and the Western Welfare State (pp. 236-266). Cambridge University Press.
Rohlinger, D. A., & Quadagno, J. (2006). Framing Social Security Rights. In Judith Blau, & Kerri Smith (Eds.), Public Sociologies (pp. 123-136). Rowan & LIttlefield Inc.
Rohlinger, D. A., & Meyer, D. A. (2005). Framing Abortion Globally: Transnational Framing of Access to Abortion in the United States, England, and Ireland. In Lee Ann Banaszak (Ed.), U.S. Women's Movement in a Dynamic and Global Perspective (pp. 197-214). Rowan & Littlefield Inc.
Rohlinger, D. A., & Snow, D. A. (2003). Social Psychological Perspectives on Crowds and Social Movements. In James DeLmater (Ed.), Handbook of Social Psychology: Sociological Perspectives (pp. 503-527). Klewer-Plenum.

Refereed Book Chapters
Earl, J., & Rohlinger, D. A. (2012). Introduction: Media, Movements, and Political Change. In Earl, Jennifer, & Rohlinger, Deana (Eds.), Research in Social Movements, Conflicts and Change, Issue on Media, Movements, and Political Change (pp. 1-13). Emerald.
Maney, G., Kutz-Flamenbaum, R., Rohlinger, D., & Goodwin, J. (2012). Introduction: Strategy in Action. In Gregory Maney, Rachel Kutz-Flamenbaum, Deana Rohlinger, & Jeff Goodwin (Eds.), Strategies for Social Change (pp. xi-xxxviii). University of Minnesota Press.
Rohlinger, D. A. (2009). Introduction: Political Shocks and Activism. In Rohlinger, Deana (Ed.), American Behavioral Scientist, issue on Activism after 9/11 (pp. 3-9). Sage.

Invited Encyclopedia Entries
Rohlinger, D. (2016). Field Theory. In Craig Carroll (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Corporate Reputation (p. 5). Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage.
Rohlinger, D. A., & ~Latinsky, A. (2016). Gender Socialization. In G. Ritzer (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Sociology (2nd ed.). Oxford: Blackwell Publishers.
Rohlinger, D. A., & ~Latinsky, A. (2016). Privilege. In G. Ritzer (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Sociology (2nd ed.). Oxford: Blackwell Publishers.
Rohlinger, D. A., & ~Sessions, M. (2013). "Pro-Life and Pro-Choice Movements". In D. Snow, D. della Porta, B. Klandermans, & D. McAdam (Eds.), The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Social and Political Movements (p. 1008-1013). Blackwell Publishers.
Rohlinger, D. A., & ~Vaccaro, C. (2013). "Media and Social Movements". In D. Snow, D. della Porta, B. Klandermans, & D. McAdam (Eds.), The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Social and Political Movements (p. 736-739). Blackwell Publishers.
Snow, D., & Rohlinger, D. A. (2013). Convergence Theory. In D. Snow, D. della Porta, B. Klandermans, & D. McAdam (Eds.), The Blackwell Encyclopedia of Social and Political Movements (274th ed.). Blackwell Publishers.
Rohlinger, D. A. (2006). Gender Socialization. In G. Ritzer (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Sociology (p. 4571-4574). Blackwell Publishers.
Rohlinger, D. A. (2006). Privilege. In G. Ritzer (Ed.), Encyclopedia of Sociology (p. 3649-3651). Blackwell Publishers.

Refereed Proceedings
Rohlinger, D. A. (2001). Countermovement and Media Coverage Outcomes: A Case Study of the Abortion Debate. In Russell Dalton (Ed.), Center for the Study of Democracy Paper Series. University of California, Irivine.

Invited Reviews
Rohlinger, D. A. (2012). Soundbitten: The Perils of Media- Centered Political Activism. Contemporary Sociology, 41(4), 524-525.
Rohlinger, D. A. (2009). Review of Nicolas Winter, "Dangerous Frames: How Ideas About Race & Gender Shape Public Opinion.". American Journal of Sociology, 115(1), 271-273.
Rohlinger, D. A. (2006). Review of Gene Burns, "The Moral Veto: Framing Contraception, Abortion, and Cultural Pluralism in the United States.". Mobilization, 11(1), 126-127.
Rohlinger, D. A. (2001). Countermovement and Media Coverage Outcomes: A Case Study of the Abortion Debate. Center for the Study of Democracy Paper Series. Retrieved from http://repositories.cdlib.org/csd/01-06/
Rohlinger, D. A. (2001). Review of Rebecca Klatch, "A Generation Divided: The New Left, The New Right, and The 1960s.". Mobilization, 6(2), 234-235.

Invited Newsletter Articles
Rohlinger, D. (2016, July). Abortion Politics in America. ASA Sex and Gender Section, 1-3.

Nonrefereed Reports
Rohlinger, D. (in press). Obstacles and Opportunities for the Pro-Choice Movement. Harvard University, Scholars Strategy Network.

Presentations
Invited Papers at Conferences
Rohlinger, D. (presented 2016). Author-Meets-Critic Session (author) Abortion Politics, Mass Media, and Social Movements in America. Paper presented at Southern Sociological Society Meeting, Southern Sociological Society, Atlanta, GA. (Regional)

Refereed Papers at Conferences
Rohlinger, D. (accepted). Collective Identity in the Digital Age. Paper to be presented at Social Movements and Protest, San Diego State University, San Diego State University. (International)

Invited Keynote and Plenary Presentations at Symposia
Rohlinger, D. (accepted). Honoring David Meyer. Plenary presentation in Rory McVeigh (Chair), Young Social Movement Scholars. Symposium to be conducted at the meeting of Center for the Study of Social Movements, University of Notre Dame. (National)
Rohlinger, D., & Williams, C. ~. (accepted). Conversations during Crisis: Information-Sharing and Social Media. Plenary presentation in Robert Boatright (Chair), National Institute on Civil Discourse Research Convening. Symposium to be conducted at the meeting of National Institute on Civil Discourse, Tuscon, AZ. (National)
Rohlinger, D. (presented 2015, October). When Movements and Markets Collide: The Case of the Women's Movement. Plenary presentation in Social Movements and the Econony. Symposium conducted at the meeting of Kellogg School of Business, Northwestern University. (International)
Rohlinger, D. (presented 2014, July). Organizational Reputation and Political Change. Plenary presentation in Reputation and NGOs. Symposium conducted at the meeting of Oxford University Centre for Corporate Reputation, University of Oxford. (International)
Rohlinger, D. A. (presented 2012). Virtual Power Plays: Social Movements, ICT, and Party Politics. Plenary presentation in Annual Meeting. Symposium conducted at the meeting of The Internet, Democracy and Voting Symposia, Laguna Beach, CA. (International)

Invited Presentations at Conferences
Rohlinger, D. (accepted). Policing the Boundaries of Representation: (Re)creating Visual Narratives About Activists in Broadcast News, 1970 – 2012. Presentation to be given at ASA Annual Meeting, American Sociological Association, Montreal, Canada. (National)
Rohlinger, D. (presented 2015, April). Visual Frames of Gender and Activism. Presentation at Southern Sociological Meeting, Southern Sociological Society. (Regional)
Rohlinger, D. A., & Bunnage, L. (presented 2011). Connecting People to Politics? The Role of the Internet in Participation in MoveOn and the Tea Party Movement. Presentation at Collective Behavior and Social Movements Conference, American Sociological Association, Las Vegas, NV. (International)

Refereed Presentations at Conferences
Rohlinger, D. (presented 2016). Visualizing Activism: Standing and Representation in Broadcast Media, 1970-2012. Presentation at ASA Annual Meeting, American Sociological Society, Seattle, WA. (National)
Rohlinger, D. (presented 2015, August). Organizational Culture and the Targets of Social Change. Presentation at Collective Behavior Social Movement Pre-Conference, ASA Section on Collective Behavior and Social Movements. (International)
Rohlinger, D. (presented 2015, August). Organizational Reputation and media Strategy. Presentation at American Sociological Association Annual Meeting, American Sociological Association. (National)
Rohlinger, D., & Gentile, H. (presented 2015). "Letting Go" and "Having Fun": Redefining Aging In America. Presentation at Southern Sociological Society Meeting, Southern Sociological Society, New Orleans, LA. (Regional)
Rohlinger, D. A., & Bunnage, L. (presented 2014). Connecting People to Politics? Activist Persistence in MoveOn and Tea Party Movement. Presentation at the meeting of American Sociological Association, San Francisco, CA. (National)
Rohlinger, D. A., Vaccaro, C., Sessions, M., & Mauney, H. (presented 2014). Identity Deployment, Social Movements, and the Battle over Terri Schiavo. Presentation at the meeting of American Sociological Association, San Francisco, CA. (National)
Rohlinger, D. A., & Brown, R. (presented 2013). Cohort Consequences: Political Generation and Change. Presentation at the meeting of American Sociological Association. (National)
Rohlinger, D. A., & Bunnage, L. (presented 2013). Connecting People to Politics? Technology, Organization, and Participation in the Tea Party Movement and MoveOn.org over Time. Presentation at the meeting of Southern Sociological Society. (Regional)
Rohlinger, D. A., Pederson, J., & Valle, G. (presented 2013). Diversifying Discourse? Local Media Coverage of the Terri Schiavo CAse. Presentation at Media Sociology Pre-Conference, American Sociological Association. (International)
Rohlinger, D. A., Vacarro, C., Sessions, M., & Mauney, H. (presented 2013). Identity in Action: Personal Identity in the Terri Schiavo Case. Presentation at the meeting of American Sociological Association. (National)
Rohlinger, D. A., Bunnage, L., & Klein, J. (presented 2012). Virtual Power Plays: Social Movements, ICT, and Party Politics. Presentation at Annual Meeting, Society for the Study of Social Problems. (National)
Rohlinger, D. A., Bunnage, L., & Klein, J. (presented 2012). Virtual Power Plays: Social Movements, ICT, and Party Politics. Presentation at Annual Meeting, American Sociological ASsociation. (National)
Rohlinger, D. A., & Klein, J. (presented 2012). From Fervor to Fear: ICT and Emotions in the Tea Party Movement. Presentation at Annual Meeting, Union for Democratic Communication. (National)
Rohlinger, D. A., & Klein, J. (presented 2012). From Fervor to Fear: ICT and Emotions in the Tea Party Movement. Presentation at Annual Meeting, American Sociological Association. (National)
Rohlinger, D. A., & Brown, J. (presented 2011). Connecting People to Politics? The Role of the Internet in Participation in MoveOn and the Tea Party Movement. Presentation at Annual Meeting, Pacific Sociological Association. (Regional)
Rohlinger, D. A., & Brown, J. (presented 2011). Unpacking Media Strategy: The Case of the Academic Freedom Movement. Presentation at Annual Meeting, American Sociological Association. (National)
Rohlinger, D. A., & Klein, J. (presented 2011). Visual Landscapes and the Abortion Issue. Presentation at Annual Meeting, American Sociological Association. (National)
Vaccaro, C., Rohlinger, D. A., Erdemli, S., & Rogers, K. (presented 2011). An Appeal to Emotion: Framing in the Public and Private Sphere. Presentation at Annual Meeting, Eastern Sociological Society. (Regional)
Pederson, J., Schindler, K., Valle, G., & Rohlinger, D. A. (presented 2010). Terri's Fate: Regional and Political Differences in the Discussion of the End of Life Outcomes. Presentation at Annual Meeting, Southern Sociological Association. (Regional)
Pederson, J., Schindler, K., Valle, G., & Rohlinger, D. A. (presented 2010). Terri's Fate: Regional and Political Differences in the Discussion of the End of Life Outcomes. Presentation at Annual Meeting, American Sociological Association. (National)
Rohlinger, D. A. (presented 2010). Introducing the Terri Schiavo Project. Presentation at Annual Meeting, Southern Sociological Society. (Regional)
Rohlinger, D. A., & Brown, J. (presented 2010). Unpacking Media Strategy: The Case of the Academic Freedom Movement. Presentation at Annual Meeting, American Sociological Association. (National)
Session, M., Mauney, H., Rote, S., & Rohlinger, D. A. (presented 2010). Dear Governor Bush': Framing and Role-Identities in E-Mail about Terri Schiavo. Presentation at Annual Meeting, Southern Sociological Society. (National)
Session, M., Mauney, H., Rote, S., & Rohlinger, D. A. (presented 2010). Dear Governor Bush': Framing and Role-Identities in E-Mail about Terri Schiavo. Presentation at Annual Meeting, Amercan Sociological Association. (National)
Vaccaro, C., Erdemli, S., Rogers, K., & Rohlinger, D. A. (presented 2010). Emotional Resonance and Political Activism: A Social Psychological Analysis of the Terri Schiavo Case. Presentation at Annual Meeting, American Sociological Association. (National)
Rohlinger, D. A., Brown, J., & Weinberg, L. (presented 2009). Moving Media Strategy Online: The Academic Freedom Movement in the Virtual World. Presentation at Annual Meeting, Southern Sociological Society. (Regional)
Rohlinger, D. A., Bunnage, L., & Brown, J. (presented 2009). Mobilizing On and Offline: E-Organizations and Activism. Presentation at Annual Meeting, American Sociological Association. (National)
Rohlinger, D. A., Russell, K., & Koontz, A. (presented 2009). Baby Boomers and Cultural Change in the U.S. Presentation at Annual Meeting, American Sociological Association. (National)
Rohlinger, D. A. (presented 2008). The Media" Myth: Structure, Agency and Outcomes in the Abortion Debate, 1980-2000. Presentation at Annual Meeting, American Sociological Association. (National)
Rohlinger, D. A., & Brown, J. (presented 2008). Democracy, Action and the Internet After 9/11. Presentation at Annual Meeting, Southern Sociological Association. (Regional)
Rohlinger, D. A., Brown, J., & Weinberg, L. (presented 2008). Specifying the Role of the Internet in Social Movement Mobilization. Presentation at Annual Meeting, American Sociological Association. (National)
Rohlinger, D. A., & Quadagno, J. (presented 2008). Framing Faith: Explaining Cooperation and Conflict in the Conservative Christian Movement. Presentation at Annual Meeting, Southern Sociological Society. (Regional)
Downey, D., & Rohlinger, D. A. (presented 2007). Linking Strategic Choice with Macro-Organizational Dynamics: Strategy and Social Movement Articulation. Presentation at ASA Collective Behavior Social Movements section mini-conference, American Sociological Association. (Local)
Rohlinger, D. A., Brown, J., & Weinberg, L. (presented 2007). From Grassroots to Netroots: Using the Internet to Mobilize Resources and People. Presentation at Annual Meeting, American Sociological Association. (National)
Rohlinger, D. A., & Conn, S. (presented 2007). Media Outcomes in the Abortion Debate: The Influence of Organization, Events, Allies and Opponents, 1980-2000. Presentation at Annual Meeting, American Sociological Association. (National)
Quadagno, J., & Rohlinger, D. A. (presented 2006). Religious Conservatives in U.S. Welfare State Politics. Presentation at Annual Meeting, Southern Sociological Society. (Regional)
Rohlinger, D. A. (presented 2006). Mass Media and Discursive Opportunities in the Abortion Debate, 1980-2000. Presentation at Annual Meeting, American Sociological Association. (National)
Rohlinger, D. A. (presented 2005). Moving Beyond the Mainstream: Measuring Media Democracy. Presentation at Annual Meeting, American Sociological Association. (National)
Rohlinger, D. A. (presented 2005). Strategies in Context: Social Movement Organizations, Mass Media, and the Abortion War. Presentation at Annual Meeting, Southern Sociological Society. (Regional)
Rohlinger, D. A. (presented 2005). Strategies in Context: Social Movement Organizations, Mass Media, and the Abortion War. Presentation at Annual Meeting, American Sociological Association. (National)
Rohlinger, D. A. (presented 2004). Reflections of Success and Failure in Media Coverage: Theorizing the Interactions between Social Movements and Mass Media. Presentation at Annual Meeting, American Sociological Association. (National)
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