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1991
Alwin, Duane F. Aging, Cohorts, and Social Change: An Examination of the Generational Replacement Model of Social Change. Dynamics of Cohort and Generations Research Conference, University of Utrecht. Utrecht, Netherlands.
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1992
Alwin, Duane F. The application of structural equation models in comparative sociological survey research: Studying beliefs about inequality in six nations. International Sociological Association Research Committee on Logic and Methodology. Trento, Italy.
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1988
Alwin, Duane F. The application of structural equation models in comparative sociological survey research: Studying beliefs about inequality in six nations. International Symposium on Methodological Aspects of Empirical Research in Sociology. Moscow, USSR.
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1984
Alwin, Duane F. Education, Occupation and Parental Values. Social and Moral Values: Development, Organization and Change Conference. Zaborow, Poland.
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2003
Alwin, Duane F.,  Felson, Jacob L.,  Walker, Edward T. Keeping the faith: Religious change and social attitudes and beliefs. American Sociological Association Annual Meeting. Atlanta, GA.
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1986
Alwin, Duane F. Possibilities and prospects for anonymized public use samples: National data resources in the social sciences. Symposium on Conditions and Possibilities of Using Anonymized Microdata (especially Public Use Samples) From Material of Official Statistics. Wiesbaden, West Germany.
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1988
Krosnick, Jon A.,  Alwin, Duane F. Symbolic and Non-Symbolic Attitudes: Is There a Distinction? . annual meeting of the American Association for Public Opinion Research. Toronto, Canada.
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