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Tina Fetner, Michelle Dion, Melanie Heath, Nicole Andrejek, Sarah L. Newell, and Max Stick. 2020. “Condom Use in Penile-Vaginal Intercourse among Canadian Adults: Results from the Sex in Canada Survey.” PLOS ONE 15(2):e0228981. This is an open-access publication.
Tina Fetner. 2019. “The Religious Right in the United States and Canada: Evangelical Communities, Critical Junctures, and Institutional Infrastructures.” Mobilization: An International Quarterly 24(1):95-113. Open-access preprint via SocArXiv.
Nicole Andrejek and Tina Fetner. 2019. “The Gender Gap in Orgasms: Survey Data from a Mid-sized Canadian City.” International Journal of Sexual Health 31(1):26-35. Open-access preprint via SocArXiv.
Tina Fetner. 2019. “The Religious Right in Canada and the United States and Right-Wing Activism in Canada Today.” Pp. 55-65 in Robert Brym, ed. The Future of Social Movements in Canada. Oakville, ON: Rock’s Mills Press.
Deena Abul-Fottouh and Tina Fetner. 2018. “Solidarity or Schism: Ideological Congruence and the Twitter Networks of Egyptian Activists.” Mobilization: An International Quarterly. 23(1):23-44. Open-access preprint via SocArXiv.
Tina Fetner and Melanie Heath. 2018. “Studying the ‘Right’ Can Feel Wrong: Reflections on Researching Anti-LGBT Movements.” Chapter 8 in D’Lane Compton, Tey Meadow, and Kristen Schilt, eds. Other, Please Specify: Queer Methods in Sociology. Oakland, CA: University of California Press.
Tina Fetner and Melanie Heath. 2016. “Do Same-Sex and Straight Weddings Aspire to the Fairytale? Women’s Conformity and Resistance to Traditional Weddings.” Sociological Perspectives. 59:721-742. Open-access preprint via SocArXiv.
Tina Fetner. 2016. “U.S. Attitudes toward Lesbian and Gay People are Better than Ever.” Contexts 15:20-27. Open-access preprint via SocArXiv.
Tina Fetner and Athena Elafros. 2015. “The GSA Difference: LGBTQ and Ally Experiences in High Schools With and Without Gay-Straight Alliances.” Social Sciences 4:563-581. This is an open-access publication.
Tina Fetner, Allyson Stokes, and Carrie B. Sanders. 2015. “Institution Building and the Religious Right: Lessons from U.S. and Canadian History.” Pp. 44-60 in Howard Ramos and Kathleen Rodgers, eds. Protest and Politics: The Promise of Social Movement Societies. Vancouver, BC: UBC Press. (pdf)
Tina Fetner and Brayden G. King. 2014. “Three-Layer Movements, Resources, and the Tea Party.” Pp. 35-54 in Nella Van Dyke and David S. Meyer, eds. Understanding the Tea Party Movement. Farnham, UK: Ashgate. (pdf)
Tina Fetner. 2013. “Religious Right Activism in Canada and the United States: Are We Headed in the Same Direction?” Pp. 123-143 in Nancy Christie and Michael Gauvreau, eds., The Sixties and Beyond: Dechristianization in North America and Western Europe, 1945-2000. Toronto: University of Toronto Press. (pdf)
Tina Fetner, Athena Elafros, Sandra Bortolin and Coralee Drechsler. 2012. “Safe Spaces: Gay-Straight Alliances in High School.” Canadian Review of Sociology 49:188-207. Open-access preprint via SocArXiv.
Tina Fetner and Carrie B. Sanders. 2012. “Similar Strategies, Different Outcomes: Institutional Histories of the Christian Right of Canada and of the United States.” Pp. 245-262 in Strategies for Social Change. Greg Maney, Rachel Kutz-Flamembaum, Deanna Rohlinger, and Jeff Goodwin, eds. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press.
Tina Fetner and Carrie B. Sanders. 2011. “The Pro-Family Movement in Canada and the United States: Institutional Histories and Barriers to Diffusion.” Pp. 87-100 in Faith, Politics, and Sexual Diversity in Canada and the United States. David Rayside and Clyde Wilcox, eds. Vancouver, BC: UBC Press.
Tina Fetner. 2008. How the Religious Right Shaped Lesbian and Gay Activism. Minneapolis, MN: University of Minnesota Press. Social Movements, Protest and Contention series.
Robert Andersen and Tina Fetner. 2008. “Economic Inequality and Intolerance: Attitudes toward Homosexuality in 35 Democracies.” American Journal of Political Science 52:942-58. (pdf)
Robert Andersen and Tina Fetner. 2008. “Cohort Differences in Tolerance of Homosexuality: Attitudinal Change in Canada and the United States, 1981-2000.” Public Opinion Quarterly 72:311-330. (pdf)
Tina Fetner and Kristin Kush. 2008. “Gay-Straight Alliances in High Schools: Social Predictors of Early Adoption.” Youth & Society 40:114-130. Open-access preprint via SocArXiv.
Jackie Smith and Tina Fetner. 2007. “Structural Approaches to Social Movements.” Pages 13-57 in Bert Klandermans and Conny Roggeband, eds. Handbook of Social Movements across Disciplines. NY: Springer Press.
Tina Fetner. 2006. “The Pro-Family Movement.” Pp. 423-429 in Steven Seidman, Nancy Fischer and Chet Meeks, eds. Introducing the New Sexuality Studies. London and NY: Routledge. (reprinted for 2nd edition: 2011).
Tina Fetner. 2005. “Ex-gay Rhetoric and the Politics of Sexuality: The Christian Antigay/Pro-family Movement’s ‘Truth in Love’ Ad Campaign.” Journal of Homosexuality 50:71-96. Open-access preprint via SocArXiv.
Edwin Amenta, Neal Caren, Tina Fetner and Michael P. Young. 2002. “Challengers and States: Toward a Political Sociology of Social Movements.” Sociological Views on Political Participation in the 21st Century. Research in Political Sociology 10:47-83. (pdf)
Tina Fetner. 2001. “Working Anita Bryant: The Impact of Christian Antigay Activism on Lesbian and Gay Movement Claims.” Social Problems 48:411-28. Open-access preprint via SocArXiv.
Susan Rakosi Rosenbloom and Tina Fetner. 2001. “Sharing Secrets Slowly: Issues of Classroom Self-Disclosure Raised by Student Sex Workers.” Teaching Sociology 29:439-53. (pdf)