Gengler, Amanda M, and Matthew B. Ezzell. 2018. "Methodological Impression Management in Ethnographic Research." Journal of Contemporary Ethnography 47(6): 807-833.
Gengler, Amanda M. 2016. "Getting the Most out of the U.S. Healthcare System." Contexts 15(1): 36-41.
Gengler, Amanda M. 2015. "'He's Doing Fine:' Hope Work and Emotional Threat Management Among Families of Seriously Ill Children." Symbolic Interaction 38(4): 611-630.
Gengler, Amanda M. and Megan V. Jarrell.* 2015. "What Difference does Difference Make? The Persistence of Inequalities in Healthcare Delivery." Sociology Compass 9: 718-730.
Gengler, Amanda M. 2014. "'I Want You to Save My Kid!:' Access and Inequality at an Elite University Research Hospital." Journal of Health and Social Behavior 55: 342-359.
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Gengler, Amanda M. 2012. "Defying (Dis)empowerment in a Battered Women's Shelter: Moral Rhetorics, Intersectionality, and Processes of Resistance and Control." Social Problems 59: 501-521.
Gengler, Amanda M. 2011. "Mothering Under Others' Gaze: Policing Motherhood in a Battered Women's Shelter."International Journal of Sociology of the Family 37: 131-152.
Gengler, Amanda M. 2011. "Selling Feminism, Consuming Femininity." Contexts 10: 68-69
Gengler, Amanda M. 2011. "'That's When it Hit Home': Creating Interactive, Collective and Transformative Learning Experiences through the Traveling Classroom." Feminist Teacher 20: 249-257.
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Book Chapters and Book Reviews
Gengler, Amanda M. 2016. "The Complexities and Contradictions of Resistance: A Critical Feminist Perspective" pages 156-159 in the Sage Handbook of Resistance edited by David Courpasson and Steve Vallas.
Gengler, Amanda M. 2016. Book Review: Not Tonight: Migraine and the Politics of Gender and Health by Joanna Kempner. Sociology of Health and Illness 38(8)1401-1402.
Gengler, Amanda M. 2012. Book Review: Wealth, Whiteness, and the Matrix of Privilege: The View from the Country Club by Jessica Holden Sherwood. Gender & Society 26: 127-128.