Abramovitz, Mimi. 1996. Regulating the Lives of Women. Boston, MA: South End Press.
Abramovitz, Mimi. 2000. Under Attack, Fighting Back. New York: Monthly Review Press.
Anderson, Karrin Vasby, and Stewart, Jessie. 2005. “Politics and the Single Woman” Rhetoric & Public Affairs 8 (4): 595–616.
Banaszak, Lee Ann. 2010. The Women's Movement: New York: Cambridge University Press.
Bell, Melissa, and Kaufmann, Karen. 2015. “The Electoral Consequence of Marriage and Motherhood.” Journal of Women, Politics, & Policy 36 (1): 1–21.
Campbell, Andrea. 2003. How Policies Make Citizens. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University.
Carbone, June, and Cahn, Naomi. 2013. “The Gender/Class Divide: Reproduction, Privilege, and the Workplace.” FIU Law Review 8:287–316.
Carroll, Susan. 1999. “The Disempowerment of the Gender Gap.” PS: Political Science & Politics 32 (1): 7–11.
Celis, Karen, Childs, Sarah, Kantola, Johanna, and Krook, Mona Lee. 2014. “Constituting Women's Interests Through Representative Claims.” Politics & Gender 10:149–74.
Deason, Grace, Greenlee, Jill, and Langner, Carrie. 2015. “Mothers on the Campaign Trail.” Politics, Groups, & Identities 3 (1): 133–48.
Deckman, Melissa. 2016. Tea Party Women. New York: New York University Press.
DePaulo, Bella. 2006. Singled Out. New York: St. Martin's Press.
Escobar-Lemmon, Maria, and Taylor-Robinson, Michelle. 2014. “Dilemmas in the Meaning and Measurement of Representation.” In: Representation: The Case of Women. eds. Escobar-Lemmon, M. and Taylor-Robinson, M., 1–18. New York: Oxford University.
Esping-Anderson, Gosta. 2009. The Incomplete Revolution. Malden, MA: Polity Press.
English, Ashley. 2016. “Rewriting Title IX: The Department of Education's Response to Feminists’ Comments in the Rulemaking Process.” Politics & Gender 12(3): 491–517.
Furlong, Scott, and Kerwin, Cornelius. 2005. “Interest Group Participation in Rulemaking.” J-PART 15 (3): 353–70.
Golden, Marissa Martino. 1998. “Interest Groups in the Rulemaking Process.” J-PART 8:245–70.
Gordon, Linda. 1990. “The New Feminist Scholarship on the Welfare State.” In Women, the State, and Welfare, ed. Gordon, Linda, 9–35. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press.
Goss, Kristin. 2013. The Paradox of Gender Equality. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.
Hancock, Ange-Marie. 2004. The Politics of Disgust. New York: New York University Press.
Hartmann, Heidi and English, Ashley. 2009. “Women's Retirement Security: A Primer.” Journal of Women, Politics & Policy 30(2/3): 109–40.
Katzenstein, Mary. 1998. Faithful and Fearless: Moving Feminist Protest Inside the Church and the Military. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
Kaufmann, Karen, and Petrocik, John. 1999. “The Changing Politics of American Men.” American Journal of Political Science 864–87.
Kenney, Sally. 2003. “Where is Gender in Agenda Setting?” Women & Politics 25(1/2): 179–207.
Kerwin, Cornelis, and Furlong, Scott. 2011. Rulemaking. Washington, DC: CQ Press.
Klinenberg, Eric. 2012. Going Solo. New York: Penguin Books.
Long, Scott J., and Freese, Jeremy. 2006. Regression Models for Categorical Dependent Variables Using Stata. College Station, TX: StataCorp Press.
Meier, Kenneth. 1999. “Drugs, Sex, Rock, and Roll” Policy Studies Journal 27 (4): 681–95.
Mettler, Suzanne. 1998. Dividing Citizens. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press.
Mettler, Suzanne, and Soss, Joe. 2004. “The Consequences of Public Policy for Democratic Citizenship.” Perspectives on Politics 2 (1): 55–73.
Mink, Gwendolyn. 2001. “Violating Women.” Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Sciences 577:79–93.
Mooney, Christopher. 1999. “The Politics of Morality Policy.” Policy Studies Journal 27 (4): 675–80.
Mooney, Christopher. 2001. “The Public Clash of Private Values.” In The Public Clash of Private Values, ed. Mooney, C., 3–20. New York: Seven Bridges.
Moran, Rachel F. 2004. “How Second-Wave Feminism Forgot the Single Woman.” Hofstra Law Review 33 (1): 223–98.
O'Connor, Julia, Orloff, Anna Shola, and Shaver, Sheila. 1999. States, Markets, and Families. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Orloff, Ann Shola. 1996. “Gender in the Welfare State.” Annual Review of Sociology 22:51–78.
Pateman, Carol. 1988. “The Patriarchal Welfare State.” In Democracy and the Welfare State, ed. . Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press.
Pierson, Paul. 1993. “When Effect Becomes Cause: Policy Feedback and Political Change.” World Politics 45 (4): 595–628.
Rosen, Ruth. 2006. The World Split Open. New York: Penguin Books.
Sainsbury, Diane. 1994. “Women and Men's Social Rights.” In Gendering Welfare States. ed. Sainsbury, Diane. London: Sage.
Sanbonmatsu, Kira. 2004. Democrats, Republicans, and the Politics of Women's Place. Ann Arbor: University of Michigan Press.
Sapiro, Virginia. 1990. “The Gender Bias of American Social Policy.” In Women, the State and Welfare. ed. Gordon, Linda. Madison: University of Wisconsin Press.
Schneider, Anne, and Ingram, Helen. 1993. “Social Constructions of Target Populations: Implications for Politics and Policy.” American Political Science Review 87 (2): 334–47.
Schreiber, Ronnee. 2008. Righting Feminism. New York: Oxford University Press.
Skocpol, Theda. 1992. Protecting Soldiers and Mothers. Cambridge, MA: Harvard University Press.
Stalsburg, Brittany. 2010. “Voting for Mom: The Political Consequences of Being a Parent for Male and Female Candidates.” Politics & Gender 6:373–474.
Strolovitch, Dara Z. 2007. Affirmative Advocacy. Chicago: University of Chicago Press.
West, William. 2004. “Formal Procedures, Informal Processes, Accountability, and Responsiveness in Bureaucratic Policymaking.” Public Administration Review 64 (1): 66–80.
Weldon, Laurel. 2011. When Protest Makes Policy. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press.
Wilson, Paul. 2015. “The Misuse of the Vuong Test for Non-Nested Models to Test for ZeroInflation.” Economics Letters 127:51–53.
Yackee, Jason Webb, and Yackee, Susan Webb. 2006. “A Bias Towards Business?” Journal of Politics 68:128–39.