Research

Publications (Google Scholar Profile)
Crubaugh, Bryant. 2018. “Not All Civic Action is Equal: Two Forms of Civic Associations and Their Disparate Effects on Poverty and Poverty Segregation.” Sociological Perspectives 61(6): 911-933.

Beyerlein, Kraig, Peter Barwis, Bryant Crubaugh, and Cole Carnesecca. 2018. “A New Picture of Protest: The National Study of Protest Events.” Sociological Methods and Research 47(3): 384-429.
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McVeigh, Rory, Bryant Crubaugh, and Kevin Estep. 2017. “Plausibility Structures, Status Threats, and the Establishment of Anti-Abortion Pregnancy Centers.” American Journal of Sociology 122(5):1533–1571.

Crubaugh, Bryant. 2017. “Diversity, Poverty, and Resources: The Role of Incentives and Capacity in the Presence of Highly Resourced Neighborhood Associations.” Sociological Focus 50(2):138-158.

Book Reviews
Crubaugh, Bryant. 2017. Review of Down, Out, and Under Arrest: Policing and Everyday Life in Skid Row, by Forest Stuart. Social Forces. doi.org/10.1093/sf/sox003

Under Review
Crubaugh, Bryant. “Civic Associations and Neighborhood Disadvantage in Chicago.” Revise and Resubmit.

Work In Progress
Beyerlein, Kraig, Bryant Crubaugh, Pete Barwis, and Cole Carnesecca. “The Differential Coverage of Protest in Local, State, and National News.” (equal first author)

Beyerlein, Kraig and Bryant Crubaugh. “Protest Policing and the National Survey of Protest Events.” (equal first author)

Crubaugh, Bryant. “Higher Education and Concentration Effects: The Mixed Effects of Higher Education on Poverty and its Segregation.”