Seth Abrutyn
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Suicide ideation and bullying among US adolescents: Examining the intersections of sexual orientation, gender, and race/ethnicity
AS Mueller, W James, S Abrutyn, ML Levin
American journal of public health 105 (5), 980-985, 2015
Are suicidal behaviors contagious in adolescence? Using longitudinal data to examine suicide suggestion
S Abrutyn, AS Mueller
American Sociological Review 79 (2), 211-227, 2014
The old institutionalism meets the new institutionalism
S Abrutyn, JH Turner
Sociological Perspectives 54 (3), 283-306, 2011
Adolescents under pressure: A new Durkheimian framework for understanding adolescent suicide in a cohesive community
AS Mueller, S Abrutyn
American sociological review 81 (5), 877-899, 2016
The social roots of suicide: Theorizing how the external social world matters to suicide and suicide prevention
AS Mueller, S Abrutyn, B Pescosolido, S Diefendorf
Frontiers in psychology 12, 621569, 2021
Suicidal disclosures among friends: Using social network data to understand suicide contagion
AS Mueller, S Abrutyn
Journal of health and social behavior 56 (1), 131-148, 2015
Who's right about the right? Comparing competing explanations of the link between white evangelicals and conservative politics in the United States
S Brint, S Abrutyn
Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 49 (2), 328-350, 2010
The socioemotional foundations of suicide: A microsociological view of Durkheim’s suicide
S Abrutyn, AS Mueller
Sociological Theory 32 (4), 327-351, 2014
Toward a general theory of institutional autonomy
S Abrutyn
Sociological Theory 27 (4), 449-465, 2009
Revisiting institutionalism in sociology: Putting the “institution” back in institutional analysis
S Abrutyn
Routledge, 2013
From chiefdom to state: toward an integrative theory of the evolution of polity
S Abrutyn, K Lawrence
Sociological Perspectives 53 (3), 419-442, 2010
Rekeying cultural scripts for youth suicide: How social networks facilitate suicide diffusion and suicide clusters following exposure to suicide
S Abrutyn, AS Mueller, M Osborne
Society and mental health 10 (2), 112-135, 2020
When too much integration and regulation hurts: Reenvisioning Durkheim’s altruistic suicide
S Abrutyn, AS Mueller
Society and Mental Health 6 (1), 56-71, 2016
The moral identity, status, moral emotions, and the normative order
JE Stets, MJ Carter, MM Harrod, C Cerven, S Abrutyn
Social structure and emotion, 227-251, 2008
Toward a cultural-structural theory of suicide: Examining excessive regulation and its discontents
S Abrutyn, AS Mueller
Sociological Theory 36 (1), 48-66, 2018
What does it mean to be exposed to suicide?: Suicide exposure, suicide risk, and the importance of meaning-making
S Miklin, AS Mueller, S Abrutyn, K Ordonez
Social Science & Medicine 233, 21-27, 2019
Reconsidering Durkheim's assessment of Tarde: Formalizing a Tardian theory of imitation, contagion, and suicide suggestion
S Abrutyn, AS Mueller
Sociological Forum 29 (3), 698-719, 2014
Returning the “social” to evolutionary sociology: Reconsidering Spencer, Durkheim, and Marx’s models of “natural” selection
JH Turner, S Abrutyn
Sociological Perspectives 60 (3), 529-556, 2017
Toward a general theory of anomie the social psychology of disintegration
S Abrutyn
European Journal of Sociology/Archives Européennes de Sociologie 60 (1), 109-136, 2019
Handbook of contemporary sociological theory
S Abrutyn
Springer, 2016
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