Diehl, David and Joanne Golann. (Forthcoming) “An Integrated Framework for Studying How Schools Respond to External PressuresEducational Researcher

Diehl, David. (Online First). “Framing School Integration: A Computational Analysis of Newspaper Discourse, 1990-2020.” Social Problems

Diehl, David. (2022). “Educational Belief Systems Among American Parents: Exploring the Relationship Between Integration, Testing, and Enhanced Academics.” Education Policy Analysis Archives

Diehl, David. (2022). “What Exactly is “Social” About Social Networks?: Accounting for Socio-Cultural Context in Networks of Human Interaction.” Quality and Quantity

Diehl, David, Dominqiue Tunzi, and Robert Marx. (2022). “On Contexts and Cores: Is There A Core Body of Knowledge Taught in Social Context of Education Courses?”. Teaching in Higher Education

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

Baer, Lauran and David Diehl. (2019). “Foster Care for Teenagers: Motivators, Barriers, and Strategies to Overcome Barriers.” 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.” College Student Journal 53(4): 417-30.

Diehl, David and Robert Marx (2019) “Following the Leader: The Evolving Network of Charter School Giving.” 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.” 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.” Sociology of Education. 85 (4): 326-349.

McFarland, Daniel A, David Diehl and Craig Rawlings. (2011). “Methodological Transactionalism and the Sociology of Education.” In Frontiers in the Sociology of Education, edited by Maureen Hallinan. Springer Publishing: New York.

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