Appelrouth, Scott and Crystal Kelly 2013. “Rap, Race, and the (Re)production of Boundaries.” Sociological Perspectives 56 (3): 301-326.
Appelrouth, Scott. 2012. “Cultural Sociology and the Meaning of Music.” In Illuminating Social Life: Classical and Contemporary Theory Revisited, edited by Peter Kivisto. Sage.
Boyns, David and Scott Appelrouth.2011. “Studies in the Suspension of the ‘Flow’ of Social Life.” Sociological Spectrum 31(2): 193-223.
Appelrouth, Scott. 2011. “Boundaries and Early Jazz: Defining a New Music." Cultural Sociology 5(2):225-242.
Appelrouth, Scott and Laura Edles. 2010. Sociological Theory in the Contemporary Era 2nd Ed. Sage.
Edles, Laura and Scott Appelrouth. 2009. Sociological Theory in the Classical Era. Sage.
Appelrouth, Scott and Laura Edles. 2008. Classical and Contemporary Sociological Theory. Sage.
Appelrouth, Scott and Laura Edles. 2007. Sociological Theory in the Contemporary Era. Sage.
Appelrouth, Scott. 2005. “Body and Soul: Jazz and the 1920s.” American Behavioral Scientist 48(11):1496-1510.
Edles, Laura and Scott Appelrouth. 2004. Sociological Theory in the Classical Era. Sage.
Appelrouth, Scott. 2003. “Symbolic Boundaries and the Meaning of Early Jazz.” Poetics: Journal of Empirical Research on Literature, the Media, and the Arts 31:117-131.
Appelrouth, Scott. 2001. “Breathing Life into Texts: Using Interviews to Make Real World Connections.” College Teaching 49:4.
Appelrouth, Scott. 1999. “Shifting Frames and Rhetorics: A Case Study of the Christian Coalition of New York.” Social Science Journal 36:329-339.