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1988
Hanson, Sandra L.,  Morrison, Donna R.,  Ginsburg, Alan . The Antecedents of Teenage Fatherhood. American Sociological Association.
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1991
Hanson, Sandra L.,  Ooms, Theodora . The Economic Costs and Rewards of Two-Earner, Two-Parent Families. Journal of Marriage and Family. 53, (3), 622-634.
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2000
Hanson, Sandra L.,  Johnson, Elizabeth Palmer . Expecting the unexpected: A comparative study of African-American women's experiences in science during the high school years. Journal of Women and Minorities in Science and Engineering. 6, (4), 265-294.
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1996
Hanson, Sandra L. Gender, family resources, and success in science. Journal of Family Issues. 17, (1), 83 -
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1994
Hanson, Sandra L. Lost talent: Unrealized educational aspirations and expectations among U.S. youths. Sociology of Education. 67, (3), 159-183.
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1996
Hanson, Sandra L. Lost Talent: Women in the Sciences. Philadelphia: Temple University Press.
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1987
Hanson, Sandra L.,  Myers, David E.,  Ginsburg, Alan L. The Role of Responsibility and Knowledge in Reducing Teenage Out-of-Wedlock Childbearing. Journal of Marriage and Family. 49, (2), 241-256.
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1998
Hanson, Sandra L.,  Kraus, Rebecca S. Women, sports, and science: Do female athletes have an advantage?. Sociology of Education. 71, (2), 93-110.
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2007
Hanson, Sandra L. Young women, sports, and science. Theory into Practice. 46, (2), 155-161.
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