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Ideology and Frame: Understanding the Discursive Choices of the Knights of Labour and the Woman's Christian Temperance Union
Unformatted Document Text:  20 Levine, Susan. 1983. “Labour’s True Woman: Domesticity and Equal Rights in the Knights of Labour.”Journal of American History 70: 323-339. Lorwin, Lewis. L. 1933. The American Federation of Labour: History, Policies, Prospects. Washington:The Brookings Institute. Masson, Dominique. 1997. “Language, Power, and Politics: Revisiting the Symbolic Challenge ofMovements.” Pp. 57-75 in Organizing Dissent: Contemporary Social Movements in Theory and Practice.Toronto: Garamond Press. Marx, Karl. 1978 [1852] “The 18 th Brumaire of Louis Napoleon.” Pp. …. In The Marx/Engels Reader, edited by Robert Tucker. : WW. Norton and Company. Oliver, Pamela and Hank Johnston. 2000. “What a Good Idea! Frame and Ideology in Social MovementResearch.” Mobilization 5: 37-54. Rochon, Thomas. 2000. Culture Moves: Ideas, Activism, and Changing Values. Princeton: PrincetonUniversity Press. Scokpol, Theda. 1992. Protecting Soldiers and Mothers: The Political Origins of Social Policy in theUnited States. Cambridge: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press. Snow, David, Burke E. Rochford, Steven K. Worden and Robert D. Benford. 1986. “Frame AlignmentProcesses, Micromobilization, and Movement Participation.” American Sociological Review 51: 446-481. Snow, David and Robert D. Benford. 1988. “Ideology, Frame Resonance, and Participant Mobilization.”International Social Movement Research 1: 197-217. Snow, David and Robert D. Benford. 1992. “Master Frames and Cycles of Protest.” Pp. 133-155 inFrontiers in Social Movement Theory, edited by Aldon Morris and Carol McClurg Mueller. New Haven:Yale University Press. Stansell, Christine. 1986. City of Women: Sex and Class in New York, 1789-1860 . New York: Alfred A. Knopf. Strinati, Dominic. 1995. An Introduction to Theories of Popular Culture. London: Routledge. Swidler, Ann. 1986. “Culture in Action: Symbols and Strategies.” American Sociological Review 51: 273-286. Swidler, Ann. 2001. Talk of Love: How Culture Matters. Chicago: University of Chicago Press. Tomsich, John. 1971. A Genteel Endeavor: American Culture and Politics in the Gilded Age. Stanford:Stanford University Press. Tyrell, Ian. 1991. Woman’s World, Woman’s Empire: The Woman’s Christian Temperance Union inInternational Perspective, 1880-1930. Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press. Voss, Kim. 1993. The Making of American Exceptionalism: The Knights of Labour and Class Formationin the Nineteenth Century. New York: Cornell University Press. Voss, Kim. 1996. “Collapse of a Social Movement: The Interplay of Mobilizing Structures, Framing, andPolitical Opportunities in the Knights of Labour.” Pp. 226-258 in Comparative Perspective on SocialMovements, edited by Doug McAdam, John D. McCarthy, and Mayer N. Zald. Cambridge: CambridgeUniversity Press. Ware, Norman. 1959. The Labour Movement in the United States, 1860-1895. Massachusetts: Peter Smith.

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Levine, Susan. 1983. “Labour’s True Woman: Domesticity and Equal Rights in the Knights of Labour.”
Journal of American History 70: 323-339.
Lorwin, Lewis. L. 1933. The American Federation of Labour: History, Policies, Prospects. Washington:
The Brookings Institute.
Masson, Dominique. 1997. “Language, Power, and Politics: Revisiting the Symbolic Challenge of
Movements.” Pp. 57-75 in Organizing Dissent: Contemporary Social Movements in Theory and Practice.
Toronto: Garamond Press.
Marx, Karl. 1978 [1852] “The 18
th
Brumaire of Louis Napoleon.” Pp. …. In The Marx/Engels Reader,
edited by Robert Tucker.
: WW. Norton and Company.
Oliver, Pamela and Hank Johnston. 2000. “What a Good Idea! Frame and Ideology in Social Movement
Research.” Mobilization 5: 37-54.
Rochon, Thomas. 2000. Culture Moves: Ideas, Activism, and Changing Values. Princeton: Princeton
University Press.
Scokpol, Theda. 1992. Protecting Soldiers and Mothers: The Political Origins of Social Policy in the
United States.
Cambridge: The Belknap Press of Harvard University Press.
Snow, David, Burke E. Rochford, Steven K. Worden and Robert D. Benford. 1986. “Frame Alignment
Processes, Micromobilization, and Movement Participation.” American Sociological Review 51: 446-481.
Snow, David and Robert D. Benford. 1988. “Ideology, Frame Resonance, and Participant Mobilization.”
International Social Movement Research 1: 197-217.
Snow, David and Robert D. Benford. 1992. “Master Frames and Cycles of Protest.” Pp. 133-155 in
Frontiers in Social Movement Theory, edited by Aldon Morris and Carol McClurg Mueller. New Haven:
Yale University Press.
Stansell, Christine. 1986. City of Women: Sex and Class in New York, 1789-1860
. New York: Alfred A.
Knopf.
Strinati, Dominic. 1995. An Introduction to Theories of Popular Culture. London: Routledge.
Swidler, Ann. 1986. “Culture in Action: Symbols and Strategies.” American Sociological Review 51: 273-
286.
Swidler, Ann. 2001. Talk of Love: How Culture Matters. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
Tomsich, John. 1971. A Genteel Endeavor: American Culture and Politics in the Gilded Age. Stanford:
Stanford University Press.
Tyrell, Ian. 1991. Woman’s World, Woman’s Empire: The Woman’s Christian Temperance Union in
International Perspective, 1880-1930.
Chapel Hill: University of North Carolina Press.
Voss, Kim. 1993. The Making of American Exceptionalism: The Knights of Labour and Class Formation
in the Nineteenth Century. New York: Cornell University Press.
Voss, Kim. 1996. “Collapse of a Social Movement: The Interplay of Mobilizing Structures, Framing, and
Political Opportunities in the Knights of Labour.” Pp. 226-258 in Comparative Perspective on Social
Movements
, edited by Doug McAdam, John D. McCarthy, and Mayer N. Zald. Cambridge: Cambridge
University Press.
Ware, Norman. 1959. The Labour Movement in the United States, 1860-1895. Massachusetts: Peter Smith.


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