Publications by Type: Book Chapter

Skocpol T, Keenan P. “Cross Pressures: The Contemporary Politics of Health Reform”. In: Mechanic D, et al Policy Challenges in Modern Health Care. New Jersey: Rutgers University Press ; 2005.
Skocpol T, Cobb R, Klofstad C. “Disconnection and Reorganization: The Transformation of Civic Life in Late 20th Century America”. In: Studies in American Political Development 19. ; 2005. pp. 137-56.
Skocpol T. “Civic Transformation and Inequality in the Contemporary United States”. In: Neckerman K Social Inequality. New York: Russell Sage Foundation ; 2004. pp. 731-69.
Skocpol T. “Social Provision and Civic Community: Beyond Fragmentation”. In: Rieder J The Fractious Nation? Unity and Division in Contemporary American Life. Berkeley and Los Angeles: University of California Press ; 2003. pp. 187-205. Publisher's Version
Skocpol T. “Will September 11 Revitalize Civic Democracy?”. In: Dionne EJ, Meltzer K, Litan RE United We Serve: National Service and the Future of Citizenship. Washington D.C. Brookings Institution Press ; 2003. pp. 20-32.
Skocpol T. “Doubly Engaged Social Science: The Promise of Comparative Historical Analysis” . In: Mahoney J, Rueschemeyer D Comparative Historical Analysis in the Social Sciences. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press ; 2003. pp. 407-28.
Skocpol T, Munson Z, Karch A, Camp B. “Patriotic Partnerships: Why Great Wars Nourished American Civic Voluntarism”. In: Katznelson I Shaped by War and Trade: International Influences on American Political Development. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press ; 2002. pp. 134-80.
Skocpol T. “What It Will Take to Build a Family-Friendly America”. In: Hewlett SA, Rankin N, West C Taking Parenting Public: The Case for a New Social Movement. Lanham, MD: Rowman & Littlefield ; 2002. pp. 219-33.
Skocpol T. “United States: From Membership to Advocacy”. In: Putnam RD Democracies in Flux: The Evolution of Social Capital in Contemporary Society. New York: Oxford University Press ; 2002. pp. 103-36.
Skocpol T, Pierson P. “Historical Institutionalism in Contemporary Political Science”. In: Katznelson I, Milner HV Political Science: State of the Discipline. New York: W.W. Norton ; 2002. pp. 693-721.
Skocpol T. “Speaking for Families and Children in a Changing Civic America”. In: Vita CDJ, Mosher-Williams R Who Speaks for America’s Children: The Role of Child Advocates in Public Policy . Washington D.C. Urban Institute Press ; 2001.
Skocpol T. “Religion, Civil Society, and Social Provision in the U.S.”. In: Bane MJ, Coffin B, Thiemann R Who Will Provide? The Changing Role of Religion in American Social Welfare. Boulder, CO: Westview Press ; 2000. pp. 21-50.
Skocpol T, Fiorina MP. “Advocates without Members: The Recent Transformation of American Civic Life”. In: Civic Engagement in American Democracy. Brookings Institution Press ; 1999. pp. 461-509.
Skocpol T, Ganz M, Munson Z, Camp B, Swers M, Oser J. “How Americans Became Civic”. In: Civic Engagement in American Democracy. Brookings Institution Press ; 1999. pp. 27-80.
Skocpol T, Fiorina MP. “Making Sense of the Civic Engagement Debate”. In: Skocpol T, Fiorina MP Civic Engagement in American Democracy. Washington DC: The Brookings Institution Press and the Russell Sage Foundation ; 1999. pp. 1-23.
Skocpol T. “From Beginning to End: Has Twentieth-Century U.S. Social Policy Come Full Circle?” . In: Melnick SR, Keller M Taking Stock: American Government in the Twentieth Century. Cambridge and New York: Cambridge University Press ; 1999. pp. 259-79.
Skocpol T. “Did the Civil War Further Democracy? A Reflection on the Expansion of Benefits for Union Veterans”. In: Skocpol T Democracy, Revolution, and History. Ithaca, New York: Cornell University Press ; 1998. pp. 73-101.
Skocpol T. "Why the United States Has Repeatedly Failed to Enact Universal Health Insurance". In: Bak H, van Holthoon F, Krabbendam H Social and Secure? Politics and Culture of the Welfare State: A Comparative History. Amsterdam: VU University Press ; 1996. pp. 382-403.
Skocpol T. "The Rise and Resounding Demise of the Clinton Health Security Plan". In: Aaron HJ The Problem that Won't Go Away: Reforming U.S. Health Care Financing. Washington, DC: The Brookings Institution ; 1996. pp. 34-69.
Skocpol T. "The Politics of American Social Policy, Past and Future". In: Fuchs VR Individual and Social Responsibility: Child Care, Education, Medical Care, and Long-Term Care in America. Chicago, IL: University of Chicago Press ; 1996. pp. 309-34.