Goss's research focuses on the role of social movements, interest groups, and philanthropy in advancing less-advantaged groups and shoring up democracy in the U.S. Particular areas of interest include elite donors' role in the policy process, gun politics and policy, women's organizations.
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Investigates the political cohesion of millennial women using nationally representative survey data and qualitative interviews.
Addresses how organizations that mobilize women as women, in an era when other women’s groups struggled to maintain critical mass, fostered collective consciousness among women, a large and diverse group, while confronting the echoes of backlash against previous mobilization efforts by women. Argues that groups like the Million Mom March and Code Pink: Women for Peace achieved mobilization success by creating hybrid organizations that blended elements of three major collective action frames: maternalism, egalitarianism, and feminine expression.