Brandon Sepulvado, Michael Wood, Ethan Fridmanski, Cheng Wang, Matthew J. Chandler, Omar Lizardo, David Hachen. 2020. "Predicting Homophily and Social Network Connectivity From Dyadic Behavioral Similarity Trajectory Clusters." Social Science Computer Review

Ethan Fridmanski, Michael Wood, Omar Lizardo, and David Hachen. 2020. "Clustering in a newly forming social network by subjective perceptions of loneliness." Journal of American College Health.

Michael Wood. 2020. "Visualizing Change in Ordinal Measures: Religious Attendance in the United States (1972-2018)." Socius 6:1-3.


Omar Lizardo, Dustin S. Stoltz, Marshall A. Taylor, and Michael Wood. 2018. "Visualizing Bring-Backs." Socius 4:1-3.

Michael Lee Wood, Dustin S. Stoltz, Justin Van Ness, and Marshall A. Taylor. 2018. "Schemas and Frames." Sociological Theory 36(3):244-261 [socarxiv]


Omar Lizardo, Robert Mowry, Brandon Sepulvado, Dustin S. Stoltz, Marshall A. Taylor, Justin Van Ness, and Michael Lee Wood. 2016. "What are dual process models? Implications for cultural analysis in sociology" Sociological Theory 34(4): 287-310. [google doc]

Non-Refereed Writing

Michael Wood. 2019. "From 'types of culture' to 'poles of cultural phenomena'" on CultureCog.

Michael Wood. 2018. "Altruism, Morality, and Social Solidarity Reading List." American Sociological Association Altruism, Morality, and Social Solidarity Section Newsletter 9(2):6-9.

Michael Wood. 2018. "What's Cultural About Analogical Mapping?" on CultureCog.

Michael Wood. 2018. "The Evocation Model of Framing." on CultureCog.


Michael Wood and Dustin Stoltz. 2018. "Thoroughly Pizzled: What's So Bad About the Autofac?" on Scatterplot
 

Michael Wood. 2017. “Conference Report: History in Cultural Explanation.” American Sociological Association Culture Section Newsletter 29(3):10-11.

Wood, Michael. 2013. “What is Religion? Finding Common Ground in a Pluralistic World.” in Selections from BYU Student Symposium 2013.

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