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2000
Forbes, Douglas,  Frisbie, W. Parker,  Hummer, Robert A.,  Pullum, Starling G.,  Echevarria, Samuel . A Comparison of Hispanic and Anglo Compromised Birth Outcomes and Cause-Specific Infant Mortality in the United States, 1989-1991. Social Science Quarterly. 81, (1), 439-458.
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1997
Holman, Robert C.,  Stoll, Barbara J.,  Clarke, Matthew J.,  Glass, Roger I. The epidemiology of necrotizing enterocolitis infant mortality in the United States. American Journal of Public Health. 87, (12), 2026-2031.
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1998
Frisbie, W. Parker,  Forbes, Douglas,  Hummer, Robert A. Hispanic Pregnancy Outcomes: Additional Evidence. Social Science Quarterly. 79, (1), 149-169.
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2004
Frisbie, W. Parker,  Song, Seung-Eun,  Powers, Daniel A.,  Street, Julie A. The Increasing Racial Disparity in Infant Mortality: Respiratory Distress Syndrome and Other Causes. Demography. 41, (4), 773-800.
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1998
Din-Dzietham, Rebecca,  Hertz-Picciotto, Irva . Infant mortality differences between Whites and African Americans: The effect of maternal education. American Journal of Public Health. 88, (4), 651-656.
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1999
Hummer, Robert A.,  Biegler, Monique,  De Turk, Peter B.,  Forbes, Douglas,  Frisbie, W. Parker,  Hong, Ying,  Pullum, Starling G. Race/Ethnicity, Nativity, and Infant Mortality in the United States. Social Forces. 77, (3), 1083-1118.
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2001
Echevarria, Samuel,  Frisbie, William Parker . Race/ethnic-specific variation in adequacy of prenatal care utilization. Social Forces. 80, (2), 633-654.
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