Publications

Submitted
Viterna J, Robertson C. New Directions in the Sociology of Development. Annual Review of Sociology. Submitted;41. PDF
2014
Viterna J. Radical or Righteous? Using Gender to Shape Public Perceptions of Political Violence. In: Bosi L, Demetriou C, Malthaner S Dynamics of Political Violence: A Process-Oriented Perspective on Radicalization and the Escalation of Political Conflict. Surrey, UK: Ashgate Publishing ; 2014. pp. 189-216. PDF
2013
Women in War: The Micro-processes of Mobilization in El Salvador
Viterna J. Women in War: The Micro-processes of Mobilization in El Salvador. New York, NY: Oxford University Press; 2013 pp. 304. Website
2012
Viterna J. The Left and "Life": The Politics of Abortion in El Salvador. Politics and Gender. 2012;8 (2) :248-254. PDF
Viterna J, Fallon K, Swiss L. Resolving the Democracy Paradox: Democratization and Women’s Legislative Representation in Developing Nations, 1975-2009. American Sociological Review. 2012;77 (3) :380-408. PDF
2008
Viterna J, Fallon KM. Democratization, Women's Movements, and Gender-Equitable States: A Framework for Comparison. American Sociological Review [Internet]. 2008;73 (August) :668-689. Publisher's Version PDF
Viterna J, Fallon KM, Beckfield J. How Development Matters: A Research Note on the Relationship between Development, Democracy and Women’s Political Representation. International Journal of Comparative Sociology [Internet]. 2008;49 (6) :455-457. Publisher's Website PDF
2005
Viterna J, Hite AB. Gendering Class in Latin America: How Women Effect and Experience Change in the Class Structure. Latin American Research Review [Internet]. 2005;40 (2) :50-82. Publisher's Version PDF
2002
Viterna J, Maynard DW. How Uniform is Standardization? Variation Within and Across Survey Research Centers Regarding Protocols for Interviewing. In: Maynard DW, et al Standardization and Tacit Knowledge: Interaction and Practice in the Survey Interview. New York: John Wiley & Sons ; 2002. pp. 365-397. Publisher's Version