Kelsy Kretschmer
Kelsy Kretschmer
Assistant Professor of Sociology, Oregon State University
Verified email at oregonstate.edu
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Gender linked fate, race/ethnicity, and the marriage gap in American politics
CT Stout, K Kretschmer, L Ruppanner
Political Research Quarterly 70 (3), 509-522, 2017
312017
Platform leadership: Cultivating support for a public profile
K Kretschmer, DS Meyer
American Behavioral Scientist 50 (10), 1395-1412, 2007
242007
Contested loyalties: Dissident identity organizations, institutions, and social movements
K Kretschmer
Sociological Perspectives 52 (4), 433-454, 2009
192009
Shifting boundaries and splintering movements: Abortion rights in the feminist and new right movements
K Kretschmer
Sociological Forum 29 (4), 893-915, 2014
172014
Men at the march: Feminist movement boundaries and men's participation in Take Back the Night and Slutwalk
K Kretschmer, K Barber
Mobilization: An International Quarterly 21 (3), 283-300, 2016
122016
Walking like a Man?
K Barber, K Kretschmer
Contexts 12 (2), 40-45, 2013
102013
Children of NOW: Pathways and consequences for breakaway organizations from the National Organization for Women
KN Kretschmer
University of California, Irvine, 2010
72010
Factions/factionalism
K Kretschmer
The Wiley‐Blackwell Encyclopedia of Social and Political Movements, 2013
52013
The continuing significance of history: an active-learning simulation to teach about the origins of racial inequality
V Stout, K Kretschmer, C Stout
Journal of Political Science Education 12 (2), 230-240, 2016
42016
Organizing around Gender Identities
K Kretschmer, DS Meyer
na, 2013
42013
1 Movement Factions
F Polletta, K Kretschmer
Players and Arenas 35, 1
41
Fighting for NOW: Diversity and Discord in the National Organization for Women
K Kretschmer
U of Minnesota Press, 2019
12019
Infighting and insurrection
A Ghaziani, K Kretschmer
The Wiley Blackwell Companion to Social Movements, 220-235, 2018
12018
The Equal Rights Amendment Campaign and Its Opponents
K Kretschmer, J Mansbridge
The Oxford Handbook of US Women's Social Movement Activism, 71, 2017
12017
CATHOLIC SOCIAL ACTIVISM: PROGRESSIVE MOVEMENTS IN THE UNITED STATES. By Sharon Erickson‐Nepstad. New York, NY: New York University Press, 2019. vii+ 207 pp. 89.00cloth, 30.00 …
K KRETSCHMER
Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 59 (2), 397-398, 2020
2020
Push Back, Move Forward: The National Council of Women’s Organizations and Coalition Advocacy
K Kretschmer
Contemporary Sociology 49 (2), 212-213, 2020
2020
Gender linked fate explains lower legal abortion support among white married women
L Ruppanner, G Mikołajczak, K Kretschmer, CT Stout
PloS one 14 (10), e0223271, 2019
2019
Including Undergrad Students in Community-Oriented Research: Benefits and Challenges for Undergrads and Faculty
J Crowe, S McClurg, K Kretschmer
Sociological Imagination 55 (1), 23-34, 2019
2019
5 The “Man Question” in Feminism
K Kretschmer, K Barber
Nevertheless, They Persisted: Feminisms and Continued Resistance in the US …, 2018
2018
Should We Stay or Should We Go? Local and National Factionalism in the National Organization for Women
K Kretschmer
Qualitative Sociology 40 (4), 403-423, 2017
2017
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