• Lizardo, Omar, Dustin S. Stoltz, Marshall A. Taylor, and Michael Lee Wood (Forthcoming). “Visualizing Bring-Backs.” Socius. (Forthcoming) [Data & Code]

  • Wood, Michael, Dustin S. Stoltz, Justin Van Ness, and Marshall A. Taylor. “Schemas and Frames.” Sociological Theory. (Forthcoming) [SocArXiv]
  • Dustin S. Stoltz and Omar Lizardo. 2018. “Deliberate Trust and Intuitive Faith: A Dual-Process Model of Reliance.” Journal for the Theory of Social Behaviour. [Pre-Print][DOI]
  • Dustin S. Stoltz and Marshall A. Taylor. 2017. “Paying with Change: The Purposeful Enunciation of Material Culture.” Poetics: Journal of Empirical Research on Culture, the Media and the Arts. 64:26-39 [PDF][DOI][Data & Code]
  • Omar Lizardo and Dustin S. Stoltz. 2017. "Max Weber’s Ideal versus Material Interest Distinction Revisited" European Journal of Social Theory (Forthcoming) [PDF][DOI]
  • Dustin S. Stoltz.2017.  “Relations and Relationships: Clarifying the Terms of the ‘New’ Relational Economic Sociology.” The American Sociologist  49(1):64-79 [PDF] [DOI]
  • Omar Lizardo, Robert Mowry, Brandon Sepulvado, Dustin S. Stoltz, Marshall A. Taylor, Justin Van Ness, and Michael Wood. 2016. “What Are Dual Process Models? Implications for Cultural Analysis in Sociology.” Sociological Theory 34(4):287-310 [PDF] [DOI]

Other Publications

  • Michael Wood and Dustin S. Stoltz. 2018. "Thoroughly Pizzled: What's So Bad About the Autofac?" in Scatterplot
  • Dustin S. Stoltz. 2017. “Culture & the 2016 Presidential Election.” American Sociological Association Culture Section Newsletter, 29(3):7-8. [PDF]
  • Dustin S. Stoltz. 2016. “Cultural Capital in the 21st Century.” American Sociological Association Culture Section Newsletter, 28(3):7, 24 [PDF]