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2009
Fischer, Claude S. The 2004 GSS finding of shrunken social networks: An artifact?. American Sociological Review. 74, (4), 657-669.
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1994
Wellington, Alison J. Accounting for the Male/Female Wage Gap among Whites: 1976 and 1985. American Sociological Review. 59, (6), 839-848.
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1962
Veroff, Joseph,  Feld, Sheila,  Gurin, Gerald . Achievement motivation and religious background. American Sociological Review. 27, (2), 205-217.
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1989
Steelman, Lala Carr,  Powell, Brian . Acquiring Capital for College: The Constraints of Family Configuration. American Sociological Review. 54, (5), 844-855.
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1988
Halaby, Charles N. Action and Information in the Job Mobility Process: The Search Decision. American Sociological Review. 53, (1), 9-25.
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1990
DiPrete, Thomas A. Adding Covariates to Loglinear Models for the Study of Social Mobility. American Sociological Review. 55, (5), 757-773.
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2007
Hamilton, Laura,  Cheng, Simon,  Powell, Brian . Adoptive parents, adaptive parents: Evaluating the importance of biological ties for parental investment. American Sociological Review. 72, (1), 95-116.
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1993
Halliday, Terence C.,  Powell, Michael J.,  Granfors, Mark W. After Minimalism: Transformations of State Bar Associations from Market Dependence to State Reliance, 1918 to 1950. American Sociological Review. 58, (4), 515-535.
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1977
Stolzenberg, Ross M.,  Wate, Linda J. Age, fertility expectations and plans for employment. American Sociological Review. 42, (5), 769-783.
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2005
Amenta, Edwin,  Caren, Neal,  Olasky, Sheer J. Age for leisure? Political mediation and the impact of the pension movement on the U.S. Old-Age Policy. American Sociological Review. 70, (3), 516-538.
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1999
1974
Foner, Anne . Age stratification and age conflict in political life. American Sociological Review. 39, (2), 187-196.
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1987
Cohen, Lawrence E.,  Land, Kenneth C. Age structure and crime: Symmetry versus asymmetry and the projection of crime rates through the 1990s. American Sociological Review. 52, (2), 170-183.
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1985
Pampel, Fred C.,  Williamson, John B. Age Structure, Politics, and Cross-National Patterns of Public Pension Expenditures. American Sociological Review. 50, (6), 782-799.
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1983
Kalleberg, Arne L.,  Loscocco, Daryn A. Aging, values,a nd rewards: Explaining age differences in job satisfaction. American Sociological Review. 48, (1), 78-90.
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1999
Alwin, Duane F.,  McCammon, Ryan J. Aging versus cohort interpretations of intercohort differences in GSS vocabulary scores. American Sociological Review. 64, (2), 272-286.
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1997
Cotter, David A.,  DeFiore, JoAnn,  Hermsen, Joan M.,  Kowalewski, Brenda Marsteller,  Vanneman, Reeve . All women benefit: The macro-level effect of occupational integration on gender earnings equality. American Sociological Review. 62, (5), 714-734.
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1999
Greeley, Andrew M.,  Hout, Michael . Americans' increasing belief in life after death: Religious competition and acculturation. American Sociological Review. 64, (6), 813-835.
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2001
Loftus, Jeni . America's liberalization in attitudes toward homosexuality, 1973 to 1998. American Sociological Review. 66, (5), 762-782.
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2010
Hooks, Gregory,  McQueen, Brian . American exceptionalism revisited: The military-industrial complex, racial tension, and the underdeveloped welfare state. American Sociological Review. 75, (2), 185-204.
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1977
Vanneman, Reeve,  Pampel, Fred C. The American Perception of Class and Status. American Sociological Review. 42, (3), 422-437.
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1996
Bryson, Bethany . 'Anything but heavy metal': Symbolic exclusion and musical dislikes. American Sociological Review. 61, (5), 884-899.
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2004
Downey, Douglas B.,  von Hippel, Paul T.,  Broh, Beckett A. Are schools the great equalizer? Cognitive inequality during the summer months and the school year. American Sociological Review. 69, (5), 613-635.
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2014
Abrutyn, Seth,  Mueller, Anna S. Are suicidal behaviors contagious in adolescence? using longitudinal data to examine suicide suggestion. American Sociological Review.
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1997
Petterson, Stephen M. Are young black men really less willing to work?. American Sociological Review. 62, (4), 605-613.
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