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Student entitlement: Issues and strategies for confronting entitlement in the classroom and beyond
S Lippmann, RE Bulanda, TC Wagenaar
College Teaching 57 (4), 197-204, 2009
2052009
Entrepreneurship and inequality
S Lippmann, A Davis, HE Aldrich
Entrepreneurship, 3-31, 2005
1632005
A rolling stone gathers momentum: Generational units, collective memory, and entrepreneurship
S Lippmann, HE Aldrich
Academy of Management Review 41 (4), 658-675, 2016
1492016
Rethinking risk in the new economy: Age and cohort effects on unemployment and re-employment
S Lippmann
Human Relations 61 (9), 1259-1292, 2008
1452008
The tortoise versus the hare: Progress and business viability differences between conventional and leisure-based founders
PH Kim, KC Longest, S Lippmann
Journal of Business Venturing 30 (2), 185-204, 2015
772015
History and evolutionary theory
S Lippmann, HE Aldrich
Organizations in time: History, theory, methods, 124-146, 2014
582014
The temporal dimension of context
S Lippmann, HE Aldrich
A research agenda for entrepreneurship and context, 54-64, 2016
432016
The institutional context of industry consolidation: Radio broadcasting in the United States, 1920–1934
S Lippmann
Social Forces 86 (2), 467-495, 2007
432007
The timing of childbirth and family-to-work conflict
RE Bulanda, S Lippmann
Sociological Focus 45 (3), 185-202, 2012
292012
Responding from that vantage point: Field position and discursive strategies of legitimation in the US wireless telegraphy field
PH Kim, G Croidieu, S Lippmann
Organization Studies 37 (10), 1417-1450, 2016
242016
The rationalization of everything? Using Ritzer's McDonaldization thesis to teach Weber
S Lippmann, H Aldrich
Teaching Sociology, 134-145, 2003
242003
Wrinkles in parental time with children: Work, family structure, and gender
RE Bulanda, S Lippmann
Michigan Family Review 13 (1), 2009
212009
Do displaced workers lose occupational prestige?
S Lippmann, JE Rosenthal
Social Science Research 37 (2), 642-656, 2008
182008
Public airwaves, private interests: Competing visions and ideological capture in the regulation of US broadcasting, 1920–1934
S Lippmann
Research in Political Sociology 14 (5), 39, 2005
152005
Facilitating Class Sessions for Ego-Piercing Engagement.
S Lippmann
New Directions for Teaching & Learning 2013 (135), 2013
142013
Rationalization, standardization, or market diversity?: Station networks and market structure in us broadcasting, 1927–1950
S Lippmann
Social Science History 32 (3), 405-436, 2008
142008
Soap operas and artistic legitimation: The role of critical commentary
CL Harrington, M Scardaville, S Lippmann, DD Bielby
Communication, Culture & Critique 8 (4), 613-631, 2015
112015
Boys to men: Age, identity, and the legitimation of amateur wireless in the United States, 1909–1927
S Lippmann
Journal of Broadcasting & Electronic Media 54 (4), 657-674, 2010
92010
Longitudinal modeling of frame changing and media salience: Coverage of worker displacement, 1980-2007
T Brimeyer, GW Muschert, S Lippmann
International journal of communication 6, 23, 2012
62012
Local labor market dynamics and self-employment in rural New England
S Lippmann
Sociological Spectrum 29 (3), 371-400, 2009
62009
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