Peer-Reviewed Publications:

Shemtob, Z., Sweeney, P., & Opotow, S. (In Press). Conflict and Change: New York City’s Rebirth after 9/11. In S. Opotow, & Z.B. Shemtob, eds., After the Aftermath: New York City in the Years after 9/11. New York, NY: Fordham University Press.


Sweeney, P. (In Press, Summer 2018). Teaching Qualitative Inquiry to Ignite the Social Psychological Imagination. Qualitative Psychology.  







Sweeney, P. (2017). Images of Faces Gleaned from Social Media in Social Psychological Research on Sexual Orientation. In M. Zimmer & K. Kinder-Kurlanda, eds., Internet Research Ethics for the Social Age: New Challenges, Cases, and Contexts (287-292). New York, NY: Peter Lang.






Sweeney, P. (2017). Gender, versus Sex. In K. Nadal, ed., The SAGE Encyclopedia of Psychology and Gender (769-771). Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications.






Sweeney, P. (2014). Citizenship. In T. Teo, ed., Encyclopedia of Critical Psychology (237-239). New York: Springer.







Sweeney, P., & Opotow, S. (2013). “Why there?” Islamophobia, environmental conflict, and justice at Ground Zero. Social Justice Research 26(4), 492-512.





Other Publications:


Sweeney, P. (2015). Digital Tools For Qualitative Data Analysis. Tagging The Tower: The Digital Fellows Blog. 


Sweeney, P. (2015). Zanele Muholi: The South African Visual Activist Demands to be Seen. Gayletter Magazine, Issue 3.


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