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-A People Without Social Relations is a People Without Property: Property, Relationality, and Social Networks in the Formation of Political RightsCenter for Research on Social Organization; Ann Arbor
-Beyond Occidentalism: Towards Post-Imperial Geohistorical CategoriesCenter for Research on Social Organization; Ann Arbor
-Contesting the Power of Categories: Discourse, Experience, and Feminist ResistanceCenter for Research on Social Organization; Ann Arbor
-Core Concepts for Community ChangeCenter for Research on Social Organization; Ann Arbor
-Correlates of Participation in Neighborhood OrganizationsCenter for Research on Social Organization; Ann Arbor
-Culture/Power/History: Series ProspectusCenter for Research on Social Organization; Ann Arbor
-Dismantling the Walls: Peer-Facilitated Inter-Race/Ethnic Dialogue Processes and ExperiencesCenter for Research on Social Organization; Ann Arbor
-Does Social Theory Need History? Reflections on the Epistemological Encounters in the Social SciencesCenter for Research on Social Organization; Ann Arbor
-Empowerment as a Multi-Level Construct: Perceived Control at the Individual, Organizational and Community LevelsCenter for Research on Social Organization; Ann Arbor
-Fear and Loathing of the Public Sphere and the Privatization of Citizenship: How to Deconstruct a Knowledge CultureCenter for Research on Social Organization; Ann Arbor
-Further Explorations in Empowerment Theory: An Empirical Analysis of Psychological EmpowermentCenter for Research on Social Organization; Ann Arbor
-German History and the Contradictions of ModernityCenter for Research on Social Organization; Ann Arbor
-Have Social Historians Lost the Civil War? Some Preliminary Demographic SpeculationsCenter for Research on Social Organization; Ann Arbor
-Health Education and Community Empowerment: Conceptualizing and Measuring Perceptions of Individual, Organizational and Community ControlCenter for Research on Social Organization; Ann Arbor
-In Search of the Bourgeois Revolution: The Particularities of German HistoryCenter for Research on Social Organization; Ann Arbor
-Innovative Participation in Neighborhood Service OrganizationsCenter for Research on Social Organization; Ann Arbor
-Is All the World a Text? From Social History to the History of Society Two Decades LaterCenter for Research on Social Organization; Ann Arbor
-Labour History -- Social History -- Alltagsgeschichte: Experience, Culture, and the Politics of the Everyday. A New Direction for German Social History?Center for Research on Social Organization; Ann Arbor
-Means of Empowerment in Individuals, Organizations, and Communities: Report on a Retrieval ConferenceCenter for Research on Social Organization; Ann Arbor
-Narrativity, Culture, and Causality: Toward a New Historical Epistemology, or Where is Sociology After the Historic Turn?Center for Research on Social Organization; Ann Arbor