Urban Sociology; Social Movements; Political Sociology;
Culture; Media and Technology; Tourism; Disasters;
Social Networks; Globalization; Intellectuals.
Publications, peer reviewed
Forthcoming Lynn Owens. Cracking under pressure: The decline of the Amsterdam squatters’ movement. Penn State University Press and Amsterdam University Press.
Forthcoming Lynn Owens. “From tourists to anti-tourists to tourist attraction: The transformation of a social movement.” Social Movement Studies
Forthcoming Lynn Owens. “What we talk about when we talk about decline: Competing narratives in the Amsterdam squatters’ movement.” Research in Social Movements, Conflict, and Change, 28.
2003 Lynn Owens and Ken Palmer. “Making the news: Anarchist counter public relations on the World Wide Web.” Critical Studies in Media Communication, 20(4), 335-361.
2002 Charles Kurzman and Lynn Owens. “Sociology of intellectuals.” Annual Review of Sociology, 28, 63-90.
1991 P. D. Cottle, S. M. Aziz, K. W. Kemper, M. L. Owens, E. L. Reber, J. D. Brown, E. R. Jacobsen, and Y. Y. Sharon. “Proton inelastic scattering on the transitional nucleus 144Nd.” Physical Review C 43, 59-65.
1990 P. D. Cottle, S. M. Aziz, K. W. Kemper, M. L. Owens, E. L. Reber, J. D. Brown, E. R. Jacobsen, and Y. Y. Sharon. “Non-octupole origin of the 51- state in 144Nd.” Physical Review C 42, 762-764.
1990 S. M. Aziz, P. D. Cottle, K. W. Kemper, M. L. Owens, and S. L. Tabor. “Three- and five-quasiparticle high-spin states in 143Nd.” Physical Review C 41, 1268-1271.
1989 P. D. Cottle and M. L. Owens. “Behavior of octupole states near mass 150 and the collapse of the Z=64 subshell gap.” Physical Review C 40, 2904-2906.