Publications

Diehl, David and Dominique Tunzi. (2021) “Beyond Composition: What the Study of Diversity in K12 Education Can Learn from Research in Higher Education.” (First author) Sociology Compass

Diehl, David. (2021). “Waves of Domestication: Explaining Differences in the Evolution of Multicultural Education in the Anglosphere” Comparative Sociology

Diehl, David. (2021) “Charter School Authorizations as Moral Disputes: How School Board Members Justify Their Votes in a Neoliberal Context.” Sociological Forum

Diehl, David. (2021) “Beyond the Disposition and Deliberation Dichotomy: The Interrelation of Teacher Habit and Intention in the Adoption of Student Advisories.” Sociological Inquiry

Diehl, David. (2020) “It’s Good Until It’s Not: The Curvilinear Relationship Between Breadth of Career and Technical Education Participation and School Belonging” Career and Technical Education Review

Diehl, David. (2020) “The Relationship Between Personality Traits and Cross-Racial Interactions and Friendships on Campus.” Sage Open

Diehl, David. (2020). “Ties May Come and Ties May Go: The Formation and Dissolution of Co-Funding Relationships in the Network of Foundations Giving to Charter Schools.” Philanthropy and Education

Diehl, David. (2020). “The Multiplexity of Professional Learning Communities: Exploring the Co-Evolution of Teacher Social Networks.” Research Papers in Education

Diehl, David, Dominqiue Tunzi, and Robert Marx. (2020). “On Contexts and Cores: Is There A Core Body of Knowledge Taught in Social Context of Education Courses?” (First author). Teaching in Higher Education

Baer, Lauran and David Diehl. (2019). “Foster Care for Teenagers: Motivators, Barriers, and Strategies to Overcome Barriers.” (Second author). Children and Youth Services Review 103: 264-77.

Diehl, David. (2019) “Teacher Professional Learning Communities and Institutional Complexity: Negotiating Tensions Between Institutional Logics” Sociological Spectrum 39(1): 1-19.

Diehl, David. (2019). “Language and Interaction: Applying Sociolinguistics to Social Network Analysis.” Quality and Quantity 53: 757-74.


Diehl, David, James Houseworth and Tabitha Grier-Reed. (2019). “Examining the Variable Relationship Between Race and Considerations of Campus Withdrawal.” (First author). College Student Journal 53(4): 417-30.

Diehl, David and Robert Marx (2019) “Following the Leader: The Evolving Network of Charter School Giving.” (First author). Teachers College Record 121(10)

Diehl, David. (2017). “Re-Enchantment of School Bureaucracy: The Historical Relationship Between Rationality and Romanticism.” Educational Theory, 67(3): 291-307.

Grier-Reed, Tabitha, James Houseworth and Diehl, David. (2017). “Breaking Down Walls and Building Bridges: A Study of Cross-Racial Interactions Across Two Predominantly White Campuses.” The Journal Committed to Social Change on Race and Ethnicity, 3(2): 1-23.

Diehl, David and Daniel A. McFarland. (2015). “The Social Organization of Schools and Classrooms.” (First author). Emerging Trends in the Social and Behavioral Sciences, edited by Robert Scott and Stephen Kosslyn. Hoboken, NJ: Wiley and Sons

McFarland, Daniel A., James Moody, David Diehl, Jeff Smith, and R. Jack Thomas. (2014). “Adolescent Societies: Their Form, Evolution, and Variation.” American Sociological Review 79 (6): 1088-1121.

Diehl, David and Daniel A. McFarland. (2012). “Classroom Ordering and the Situational Imperatives of Routine and Ritual.” (Co-author) Sociology of Education. 85 (4): 326-349.

Diehl, David and Daniel A. McFarland. (2010). “Toward a Historical Sociology of Situations.” (First author) American Journal of Sociology. 115 (6): 1713-1752.