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2007
Stepan-Norris, Judith,  Southworth, Caleb . Churches as organizational resources: A case study in the geography of religion and political voting in postwar Detroit. Social Science History. 31, (3), 343-380.
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1982
Duncan, Otis Dudley,  Sloane, Douglas M.,  Brody, Charles . Latent classes inferred from response-consistency effects. Systems Under Indirect Observation: Causality, Structure, Prediction. Pt. 1. Amsterdam: North-Holland.
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1978
Duncan, Beverly,  Duncan, Otis Dudley,  McRae, James Andrew . Sex Typing and Social Roles: A Research Report. New York: Academic Press.
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1976
Evers, Mark . Log-Linear Models of Change in Class Identification. Review of Public Data Use. 4, (5), 3-19.
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1975
Duncan, Otis D. Partitioning polytomous variables in multiway contingency analysis. Social Science Research. 4, (3), 167-182.
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1974
Evers, Mark . Changes in subjective social class identification in Detroit between the 1950s and 1971. Dissertation, University of Michigan.
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1973
Segal, David R.,  Hikel, Gerald Kent . The emerging independent. American Sociological Association meetings. New York, NY.
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1971
Swanson, Guy E. Life with God: Some variations of religious experience in a modern city. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion. 10, (3), 169-199.
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1965
Smith, Ralph Virgil . Areal variation in formal association membership in a large metropolitan community. Dissertation, University of Michigan.
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1963
Curtis, Richard F. Differential Association and the Stratification of the Urban Community. Social Forces. 42, (1), 68-77.
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1963
Jitodai, Ted Teruo . Migration, mobility and social participation. Dissertation, University of Michigan.
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1961
Orbach, Harold L. Aging and religion: A study of church attendance in the Detroit Metropolitan Area. Geriatrics. 16, (10), 530-540.
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1961
Weller, Neil Jack . Religion and social mobility in industrial society. Dissertation, University of Michigan.
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1960
Curtis, Richard F. Income and occupational mobility. American Sociological Review. 25, 727-730.
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1959
Curtis, Richard F. Note on occupational mobility and union membership in Detroit: A Replication. Social Forces. 38, 69-71.
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1959
Goldberg, David . The fertility of two-generation urbanites. Population Studies. 12, (3), 214-222.
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1958
Miller, Daniel R.,  Swanson, Guy E. The Changing American Parent. New York: Wiley.
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1958
Bloom, Jack . Child training and stuttering. Dissertation, University of Michigan.
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1956
University of Michigan, Detroit Area Study . A Social Profile of Detroit, 1955. Survey Research Center, Institute for Social Research, University of Michigan.
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1954
Monk, Mary . Some Effects of Group Membership on Attitudes and the Perception of Others? Attitudes. Dissertation, University of Michigan.
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