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Em K Maloney
Graduate Student, Duke University
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Assessing the Russian Internet Research Agency’s impact on the political attitudes and behaviors of American Twitter users in late 2017
CA Bail, B Guay, E Maloney, A Combs, DS Hillygus, F Merhout, D Freelon, ...
Proceedings of the national academy of sciences 117 (1), 243-250, 2020
2272020
Extracurricular activities and student outcomes in elementary and middle school: causal effects or self-selection?
W Carbonaro, E Maloney
Socius 5, 2378023119845496, 2019
402019
The influence of occupational identity on emotional experience
EK Maloney
American Behavioral Scientist 67 (1), 100-124, 2023
42023
Status as Deference: Cultural Meaning as a Source of Occupational Behavior
EK Maloney, KB Rogers, L Smith-Lovin
RSF: The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences 8 (7), 70-88, 2022
42022
The Emotional Implications of Occupational Deference Structures
E Maloney, L Smith-Lovin
Advances in Group Processes 38, 1-21, 2021
32021
The Social Psychology of Occupational Status Groups: Relationality in the Structure of Deference
E Maloney
Social Psychology Quarterly, 0
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Are Victims Virtuous or Vilified? The Stories We Tell Ourselves (and Each Other)
CM Rawlings, EV Cook, K Hasenour, EK Maloney, L Smith-Lovin
Annual Review of Sociology 50, 2024
12024
Meaning Change in US Occupational Identities during the COVID-19 Pandemic: Was It Temporary or Durable?
JM Quinn, RE Freeland, EK Maloney, KB Rogers, L Smith-Lovin
Social Psychology Quarterly, 01902725241228529, 2024
2024
Three Papers on the Relationship Between Identity and Status Processes: Occupational Status, Occupational Identity and Emotion, and the Transgender Identity
EK Maloney
Duke University, 2023
2023
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