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Cultural resonance and movement success are not the same, and not all movement speakers seek success in terms resonant with in-stitutionalized discourses—some instead choose to be radical. Quantitative comparison of German and U.S. newspapers in the period 1970–94 shows how differences in discursive opportunity affect both the strategic use of frames in the(More)
This study explores how faculty at one research-intensive university spend their time on research, teaching, mentoring, and service, as well as housework, childcare, care for elders, and other long-term care. Drawing on surveys and focus group interviews with faculty, the article examines how gender is related to time spent on the different components of(More)
  • Jennifer H Lundquist, Joya Misra, Kerryann O 'meara
  • 2013
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In 1972 a small group of sociologists satin at the all-male bar in the hotel hosting the ASA annual meeting, dramatically symbolizing their challenge to women's marginalization by the discipline of sociology.. Since then, sociology has changed to include more women in its leading departments and core organizations as well as among graduate students and(More)
This paper discusses the experimental investigation to find out the optimal electrolyte composition in improving the surface quality of the gear teeth profile during surfacing finishing of bevel gears by the electrochemical honing process. In this study, AISI 1040 was used as the workpiece material, mixtures of sodium chloride and sodium nitrate in(More)