Catherine Corrigall-Brown

Catherine is an Assistant Professor of Sociology at the University of British Columbia. Her book, Patterns of Protest (Stanford University Press, 2012) examines what predicts the length and continuity of individual engagement in social movements and highlights the role of individual level factors, such as ideology, resources, and biographies, as well as the organizational context in which individuals engage in predicting who will remain active over time.  She edited a special issue of the American Behavioral Scientist on “Images of Politics and Protest” (February 2012) and has published articles on social movement participation, framing, coalitions, and Indigenous politics in journals such as Social Forces, Mobilization, Sociological Perspectives, the International Journal of Comparative Sociology, the Journal of Civil Society, and the Canadian Review of Sociology. She can be reached at

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