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Separate and Unequal: Occupation-Establishment Sex Segregation and the Gender Wage Gap

Vol.101,
No.2,
(1995),
pp 329-365

Separate and Unequal: Occupation-Establishment Sex Segregation and the Gender Wage ~ a ~ ' Trond Petersen...

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Violent-Crime Rates and Racial Composition: Covergence Over Time

Vol.101,
No.3,
(1995),
pp 578-610

Violent-Crime Rates and Racial Composition: Convergence over ~irne' Allen E. Liska and Paul E. Bellair State...

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The Subcultural Theory of Urbanism: A Twentieth-Year Assessment

Vol.101,
No.3,
(1995),
pp 543-577

CENTENNIAL ESSAY The Subcultural Theory of Urbanism: A Twentieth-Year Assessment1 Claude S. Fischer University of...

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Evaluations and the Formation of Expectations

Vol.101,
No.3,
(1995),
pp 721-746

Evaluations and the Formation of ~x~ectations' M. Hamit Fi~ek Bogazi~i University Joseph Berger Stanford...

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On the Edge or In Between: Niche Position, Niche Overlap, and the Duration of Voluntary Association Memberships

Vol.101,
No.3,
(1995),
pp 698-720

On the Edge or In Between: Niche Position, Niche Overlap, and the Duration of Voluntary Association ~ernbershi~s'...

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The Wider Circle of Friends in Adolescence

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No.3,
(1995),
pp 661-697

before a coequal, adolescent friends share with one another their most personal thoughts and feelings, become...

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Markets and Inequality in Transitional Economies: Toward Testable Theories

Vol.101,
No.4,
(1996),
pp 1060-1073

Markets and Inequality in Transitional Economies: Toward Testable ~heories' Andrew G. Walder Stanford University...

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The Great Transition: China, Hungary, and Sociology Exit Socialism Into the Market

Vol.101,
No.4,
(1996),
pp 1028-1041

The Great Transition: China, Hungary, and Sociology Exit Socialism into the ~arket' Anthony Oberschall University...

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Recombinant Property in East European Capitalism

Vol.101,
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(1996),
pp 993-1027

done" means that the collapse of the formal structures of the socialist regime does not result in an...

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Ecological Metaphors as Scientific Boundary Work: Innovation and Authority in Interwar Sociology and Biology

Vol.101,
No.4,
(1996),
pp 874-907

Ecological Metaphors as Scientific Boundary Work: Innovation and Authority in Interwar Sociology and Biology1 Emanuel...

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Power in Negotiated and Reciprocal Exchange

Vol.64,
No.6,
(1999),
pp 876-890

POWER IN NEGOTIATED AND RECIPROCAL EXCHANGE*Linda D. Molm University of ArizonaGretchen Peterson Nobuyuki Takahashi...

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Immigration, Race, and Riot: The 1992 Los Angeles Uprising

Vol.63,
No.1,
(1998),
pp 39-54

Albert Bergesen Max Herman University of Arizona University of Arizona We test the hypothesis that the 1992 Los Angeles...

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The Impacts of Social Movements on the Political Process: The Civil Rights Movement and Black Electoral Politics in Mississippi

Vol.62,
No.5,
(1997),
pp 800-819

THE IMPACTS OF SOCIAL MOVEMENTS ONTHE POLITICAL PROCESS: THE CIVIL RIGHTS MOVEMENTAND BLACK ELECTORAL POLITICS IN...

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A General Theory of Scientific/Intellectual Movements

AGeneralTheory of Scientific/Intellectual Movements Scott Frickel Neil Gross Tulane University Harvard University The...

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What's Driving Mexico-U.S. Migration? A Theoretical, Empirical, and Policy Analysis

Vol.102,
No.4,
(1997),
pp 939-999

What's Driving Mexico-U. S. Migration? A Theoretical, Empirical, and Policy Analysis ' Douglas S. Massey...

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Suicide and Religion: Did Durkheim Commit the Ecological Fallacy, or Did Van Poppel and Day Combine Apples and Oranges?

Vol.63,
No.6,
(1998),
pp 895-896

COMMENTS AND REPLIES COMMENT AND DAY, ON VAN POPPEL ASR, JUNE1996 SUICIDE AND RELIGION:DID DURKHEIM COMMIT...

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First Grade and Educational Attainment by Age 22: A New Story

Vol.110,
No.5,
(2005),
pp 1458-1502

First Grade and Educational Attainment by Age 22: A New Story1 Doris R. Entwisle, Karl L. Alexander, and Linda Steffel...

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The Political Sociology of the Death Penalty: A Pooled Time-Series Analysis

Vol.67,
No.1,
(2002),
pp 109-131

OF THE DEATHPENALTY: A POOLED TIMEMSERIESANALYSIS DAVIDJACOBS JASONT. CARMICHAEL Ohio State University Ohio State...

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African-American Women in the Civil Rights Movement, 1954-1965: Gender, Leadership, and Micromobilization

Vol.101,
No.6,
(1996),
pp 1661-1693

African-American Women in the Civil Rights Movement, 1954-1965: Gender, Leadership, and Micromobilization' Belinda...

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Developing Difference: Social Organization and the Rise of the Auto Industries of South Korea, Taiwan, Spain, and Argentina

Vol.64,
No.5,
(1999),
pp 722-747

DEVELOPING DIFFERENCE:SOCIAL ORGANIZATION AND THE RISE OF THE AUTOINDUSTRIES OF SOUTH KOREA, TAIWAN, SPAIN, AND...

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Structural Incoherence and Stock Market Activity

Vol.69,
No.3,
(2004),
pp 405-432

Structural Incoherence and Stock Market Activity Ezra W. Zuckerman MZT Sloan School of Management This paper argues...

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Marriage Delayed or Marriage Forgone? New Cohort Forecasts of First Marriage for U.S. Women

Vol.66,
No.4,
(2001),
pp 506-529

OF FIRSTMARRIAGE FOR U.S. WOMENJOSHUAR. GOLDSTEIN CATHERINET. KENNEY Princeton University Princeton University Do...

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Feminist Critics Uncover Determinism, Positivism, and Antiquated Theory

Vol.66,
No.4,
(2001),
pp 611-618

COMMENTS AND REPLIES Bl 1 Kanter, Rosabeth. 1977. Men and Women of theCorporation. New York: Harper and Row.Lorber,...

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America's Liberalization in Attitudes toward Homosexuality, 1973 to 1998

Vol.66,
No.5,
(2001),
pp 762-782

ATTITUDES TOWARD HOMOSEXUALITY,JENl LOFTUS Indiana University-Bloomington Using General Social Survey data from 1973 to...

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The Structure of Disadvantage: Individual and Occupational Determinants of the Black-White Wage Gap

Vol.66,
No.4,
(2001),
pp 542-567

THESTRUCTURE OF DISADVANTAGE: INDIVIDUAL AND OCCUPATIONAL DETERMINANTSOFTHE BLACKWHITEWAGE GAP ERICGRODSKY DEVAHPAGER...

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Food Security in Less Developed Countries, 1970 to 1990

Vol.66,
No.5,
(2001),
pp 718-744

FOODSECURITYIN LESS DEVELOPEDJ. CRAIG JENKINS STEPHEN J. SCANLAN The Ohio State University University of Memphis...

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Transformations in New Immigrant Religions and Their Global Implications

Vol.66,
No.2,
(2001),
pp 269-288

AND THEIRGLOBAL~MPLICATIONS FENGGANG HELENROSEEBAUGHYANG University of Southern Maine University of Houston Immigrant...

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What Is Gender?

Vol.66,
No.4,
(2001),
pp 598-605

Sex of Things: Gender and Consumption in Historical Perspective, edited by V. de Grazia with E. Furlough. Berkeley, CA...

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Sources of Racial Wage Inequality in Metropolitan Labor Markets: Racial, Ethnic, and Gender Differences

Vol.66,
No.4,
(2001),
pp 520-541

RACIAL, ETHNIC, AND GENDER DIFFERENCESLESLIE MCCALL Rutgers University Research on racial inequality has become...

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The ASR Review Process

Vol.66,
No.4,
(2001),
pp 619-621

Reply to Risman and UdryTHE ASR REVIEW PROCESSGLENNFIREBAUGHThe Pennsylvania State University Because Professors Risman...

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The Subcultural Theory of Urbanism: A Twentieth-Year Assessment

Vol.101,
No.3,
(1995),
pp 543-577

CENTENNIAL ESSAY The Subcultural Theory of Urbanism: A Twentieth-Year Assessment1 Claude S. Fischer University of...

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Evaluations and the Formation of Expectations

Vol.101,
No.3,
(1995),
pp 721-746

Evaluations and the Formation of ~x~ectations' M. Hamit Fi~ek Bogazi~i University Joseph Berger Stanford...

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On the Edge or In Between: Niche Position, Niche Overlap, and the Duration of Voluntary Association Memberships

Vol.101,
No.3,
(1995),
pp 698-720

On the Edge or In Between: Niche Position, Niche Overlap, and the Duration of Voluntary Association ~ernbershi~s'...

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The Wider Circle of Friends in Adolescence

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No.3,
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pp 661-697

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Markets and Inequality in Transitional Economies: Toward Testable Theories

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No.4,
(1996),
pp 1060-1073

Markets and Inequality in Transitional Economies: Toward Testable ~heories' Andrew G. Walder Stanford University...

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The Great Transition: China, Hungary, and Sociology Exit Socialism Into the Market

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(1996),
pp 1028-1041

The Great Transition: China, Hungary, and Sociology Exit Socialism into the ~arket' Anthony Oberschall University...

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Recombinant Property in East European Capitalism

Vol.101,
No.4,
(1996),
pp 993-1027

done" means that the collapse of the formal structures of the socialist regime does not result in an...

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Ecological Metaphors as Scientific Boundary Work: Innovation and Authority in Interwar Sociology and Biology

Vol.101,
No.4,
(1996),
pp 874-907

Ecological Metaphors as Scientific Boundary Work: Innovation and Authority in Interwar Sociology and Biology1 Emanuel...

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We Still Don't Know if Strict Churches are Strong, Much Less Why: Comment on Iannaccone

Vol.101,
No.4,
(1996),
pp 1097-1103

Commentary and Debate To conserve space for the publication of original contributions to scholarship, the comments in...

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The Market Transition Debate: Toward a Synthesis?

Vol.101,
No.4,
(1996),
pp 1082-1096

The Market Transition Debate: Toward a Synthesis?' Iv&n SzelCnyi and Eric Kostello University of California,...

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The Subcultural Theory of Urbanism: A Twentieth-Year Assessment

Vol.101,
No.3,
(1995),
pp 543-577

CENTENNIAL ESSAY The Subcultural Theory of Urbanism: A Twentieth-Year Assessment1 Claude S. Fischer University of...

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Evaluations and the Formation of Expectations

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(1995),
pp 721-746

Evaluations and the Formation of ~x~ectations' M. Hamit Fi~ek Bogazi~i University Joseph Berger Stanford...

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On the Edge or In Between: Niche Position, Niche Overlap, and the Duration of Voluntary Association Memberships

Vol.101,
No.3,
(1995),
pp 698-720

On the Edge or In Between: Niche Position, Niche Overlap, and the Duration of Voluntary Association ~ernbershi~s'...

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The Wider Circle of Friends in Adolescence

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No.3,
(1995),
pp 661-697

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Markets and Inequality in Transitional Economies: Toward Testable Theories

Vol.101,
No.4,
(1996),
pp 1060-1073

Markets and Inequality in Transitional Economies: Toward Testable ~heories' Andrew G. Walder Stanford University...

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The Great Transition: China, Hungary, and Sociology Exit Socialism Into the Market

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No.4,
(1996),
pp 1028-1041

The Great Transition: China, Hungary, and Sociology Exit Socialism into the ~arket' Anthony Oberschall University...

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Recombinant Property in East European Capitalism

Vol.101,
No.4,
(1996),
pp 993-1027

done" means that the collapse of the formal structures of the socialist regime does not result in an...

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Ecological Metaphors as Scientific Boundary Work: Innovation and Authority in Interwar Sociology and Biology

Vol.101,
No.4,
(1996),
pp 874-907

Ecological Metaphors as Scientific Boundary Work: Innovation and Authority in Interwar Sociology and Biology1 Emanuel...

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We Still Don't Know if Strict Churches are Strong, Much Less Why: Comment on Iannaccone

Vol.101,
No.4,
(1996),
pp 1097-1103

Commentary and Debate To conserve space for the publication of original contributions to scholarship, the comments in...

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The Market Transition Debate: Toward a Synthesis?

Vol.101,
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(1996),
pp 1082-1096

The Market Transition Debate: Toward a Synthesis?' Iv&n SzelCnyi and Eric Kostello University of California,...

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