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2.
2013
Cai, Tianji . Investigation of ways to handle sampling weights for multilevel model analyses. Sociological Methodology. 43, (1), 178-219.
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2012
Mouw, Ted,  Verdery, Ashton M. Network sampling with memory: A proposal for more efficient sampling from social networks. Sociological Methodology. 42, (1), 206-256.
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2012
Smith, Jeffrey A. Macrostructure from microstructure: Generating whole systems from ego networks. Sociological Methodology. 42, (1), 155-205.
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2012
White, Michael J.,  Judd, Maya D.,  Poliandri, Simone . Illumination with a dim bulb? What do social scientists learn by employing qualitative data analysis software (QDAS) in the service of multi-method designs?. Sociological Methodology. 42, (1), 43-76.
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2009
Savitz, Natalya Verbitsky,  Raudenbush, Stephen W. Exploiting spatial dependence to improve measurement of neighborhood social processes. Sociological Methodology. 39, (1), 151-183.
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2007
Broege, Nora,  Owens, Ann,  Graesch, Anthony P.,  Arnold, Jeanne E.,  Schneider, Barbara . Calibrating measures of family activities between large-and small-scale data sets. Sociological Methodology. 37, (1), 119-149.
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2006
Reardon, Sean F.,  Raudenbush, Stephen W. A partial independence item response model for surveys with filter questions. Sociological Methodology. 36, (1), 257-300.
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2006
Hofferth, Sandra L. Response bias in a popular indicator of reading to children. Sociological Methodology. 36, -301.
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2004
Barber, Jennifer S.,  Murphy, Susan A.,  Verbitsky, Natalya . Adjusting for time-varying confounding in survival analysis. Sociological Methodology. 34, (1), 163-192.
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2003
Raudenbush, Stephen W.,  Johnson, Christopher,  Sampson, Robert J. A multivariate, multilevel Rasch model with application to self-reported criminal behavior. Sociological Methodology. 33, (1), 169-211.
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2002
Pearce, Lisa D. Integrating survey and ethnographic methods for systematic anomalous case analysis. Sociological Methodology. 32, 103-132.
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2001
Magidson, Jay,  Vermunt, Jeroen K. Latent class factor and cluster models, bi-plots, and related graphical displays. Sociological Methodology. 31, 223-264.
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2001
Scott, Marc A.,  Handcock, Mark S. Covariance models for latent structure in longitudinal data. Sociological Methodology. 31, 265-303.
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2000
Barber, Jennifer S.,  Murphy, Susan A.,  Axinn, William G.,  Maples, Jerry . Discrete-time multilevel hazard analysis. Sociological Methodology. 30, 201-235.
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1999
Raudenbush, Stephen W.,  Sampson, Robert J. Ecometrics: Toward a science of assessing ecological settings, with application to the systematic social observation of neighborhoods. Sociological Methodology. 29, 1-41.
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1998
Becker, Mark P.,  Yang, Ilsoon . Latent class marginal models for cross-classifications of counts. Sociological Methodology. 28, 293-325.
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1998
Handcock, Mark S.,  Morris, Martina . Relative distribution methods. Sociological Methodology. 28, 53-97.
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1998
Singer, Burton,  Ryff, Carol D.,  Carr, Deborah,  Magee William J. Linking life histories and mental health: A person-centered strategy. Sociological Methodology. 28, 1-51.
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1997
Bechtel, Gordon G. A dual-source indicator of consumer confidence. Sociological Methodology. 27, 299-324.
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1997
Hill, Daniel H. Adjusting for attrition in event-history analysis. Sociological Methodology. 27, 393-416.
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1997
Axinn, William G.,  Barber, Jennifer S.,  Ghimire, Dirgha J. The neighborhood history calendar: A data collection method designed for dynamic multilevel modeling. Sociological Methodology. 27, 355-392.
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1997
Muthen, B. Latent variable modeling of longitudinal and multilevel data. Sociological Methodology. 27, 453-480.
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1995
Bollen, Kenneth A. Structural equation models that are nonlinear in latent variables: A least-squares estimator. Sociological Methodology. 25, 223-251.
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1995
Muthen, Bengt O.,  Satorra, Albert . Complex sample data in structural equation modeling. Sociological Methodology. 25, 267-316.
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1994
Nakao, Keiko,  Treas, Judith . Updating occupational prestige and socioeconomic scores: How the new measures measure up. Sociological Methodology. 24, 1-72.
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1994
Xie, Yu . Log-Multiplicative Models for Discrete-Time, Discrete-Covariate Event-History Data. Sociological Methodology. 24, 301-340.
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1993
Guo, Guang . Event-history analysis for left-truncated data. Sociological Methodology. 23, 217-243.
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1993
Hill, D.H.,  Axinn, W.G.,  Thornton, A. Competing hazards with shared unmeasured risk factors. Sociological Methodology. 23, 245-277.
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1992
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1992
Manton, Kenneth G.,  Woodbury, Max A.,  Stallard, Eric,  Corder, Larry S. The Use of Grade-of-Membership Techniques to Estimate Regression Relationships. Sociological Methodology. 22, 321-381.
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1992
Palmquist, Bradley,  Green, Donald P. Estimation of models with correlated measurement errors from panel data. Sociological Methodology. 22, 119-146.
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1991
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1991
O'Brien, Robert M. Correcting measures of relationship between aggregate-level variables. Sociological Methodology. 21, 125-165.
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1990
Rodgers, Willard L. Interpreting the components of time trends. Sociological Methodology. 20, 421-438.
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1990
Wu, Lawrence L.,  Tuma, Nancy Brandon . Local hazard models. Sociological Methodology. 20, 141-180.
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1990
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1989
Coleman, James S.,  Hao, Lingxin . Linear systems analysis: Macrolevel analysis with microlevel data. Sociological Methodology. 19, 395-422.
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1989
Crouchley, Robert,  Pickles, Andrew . An empirical comparison of conditional and marginal likelihood methods in a longitudinal study. Sociological Methodology. 19, 161-181.
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1989
Wu, Lawrence L. Issues in smoothing empirical hazard rates. Sociological Methodology. 19, 127-159.
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1988
Baydar, Nazli,  White, Michael . A method for analyzing backward recurrence time data on residential mobility. Sociological Methodology. 18, 105-135.
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1988
Duncan, Otis Dudley,  Stenbeck, Magnus . Panels and cohorts: Design and model in the study of voting turnout. Sociological Methodology. 18, 1-35.
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1988
Treimban, Donald J.,  Bielby, William T.,  Chen, Man-Tsun . Evaluating a multiple-imputation method for recalibrating 1970 U.S. Census detailed industry codes to the 1980 standard. Sociological Methodology. 18, 309-345.
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1988
Freedman, Deborah,  Thornton, Arland,  Camburn, Donald,  Alwin, Duane F.,  Young-Demarco, Linda . The life history calendar: A technique for collecting retrospective data. Sociological Methodology. 18, 37-68.
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1984
Stinchcombe, Arthur L. Linearity in log-linear analysis. Sociological Methodology. 14, 104-125.
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1984
Tanur, Judith M. Methods for large-scale surveys and experiments. Sociological Methodology. 14, 1-71.
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