Bart Bonikowski
Bart Bonikowski
Associate Professor, Harvard University
Verified email at fas.harvard.edu - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
Discrimination in a low-wage labor market: A field experiment
D Pager, B Bonikowski, B Western
American sociological review 74 (5), 777-799, 2009
9272009
Varieties of populism: Literature review and research agenda
N Gidron, B Bonikowski
Working Paper Series, Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, Harvard …, 2013
2662013
Make money surfing the web? The impact of Internet use on the earnings of US workers
P DiMaggio, B Bonikowski
American Sociological Review 73 (2), 227-250, 2008
2162008
The Populist Style in American Politics: Presidential Campaign Discourse, 1952–1996
B Bonikowski, N Gidron
Social Forces 94 (4), 1593-1621, 2015
1212015
Varieties of American Popular Nationalism
B Bonikowski, P DiMaggio
American Sociological Review 82 (5), 2016
1072016
Nationalism in Settled Times
B Bonikowski
Annual Review of Sociology 42 (1), 427-449, 2016
1012016
Ethno‐nationalist populism and the mobilization of collective resentment
B Bonikowski
The British journal of sociology 68, S181-S213, 2017
982017
Three lessons of contemporary populism in Europe and the United States
B Bonikowski
Brown J. World Aff. 23, 9, 2016
522016
Race at work: Realities of race and criminal record in the NYC job market
D Pager, B Western
December, 2005
502005
Multiple traditions in populism research: toward a theoretical synthesis
B Bonikowski, N Gidron
APSA Comparative Politics Newsletter 26 (12), 7-14, 2016
332016
Cross-national interaction and cultural similarity: A relational analysis
B Bonikowski
International Journal of Comparative Sociology 51 (5), 315-348, 2010
282010
Flying while Arab (or was it muslim? or middle eastern?): Racial profiling after 9/11
B Bonikowski
The Discourse of Sociological Practice 7, 2005
262005
Research on American nationalism: review of literature, annotated bibliography, and directory of publicly available data sets
B Bonikowski
162008
Varieties of Popular Nationalism in Modern Democracies: An Inductive Approach to Comparative Research on Political Culture
B Bonikowski
Weatherhead Center for International Affairs, Harvard University, 2013
142013
The Sociology of voluntary associations
B Bonikowski, M McPherson, CD Bryant, DL Peck
21st century sociology: A reference handbook, 2007
132007
Nationhood as cultural repertoire: Collective identities and political attitudes in France and Germany
B Bonikowski
Everyday Nationhood, 147-174, 2017
112017
Populism and nationalism in a comparative perspective: a scholarly exchange
B Bonikowski, D Halikiopoulou, E Kaufmann, M Rooduijn
Nations and Nationalism 25 (1), 58-81, 2019
102019
Race at work: a field experiment of discrimination in low-wage labor markets
D Pager, B Western, B Bonikowski
Princeton University workshop, 991-1013, 2008
102008
Business owner demography, human capital, and social networks
M Ruef, B Bonikowski, HE Aldrich
New firm creation in the United States, 95-114, 2009
92009
Beyond national identity: Collective schemata of the nation in thirty countries
B Bonikowski
APSA 2009 Toronto Meeting Paper, 2009
72009
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