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1987
O'Brien, Robert M. The interracial nature of violent crimes: A reexamination. American Journal of Sociology. 92, (4), 817-835.
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1982
LaFree, Gary d. Male power and female victimization: Toward a theory of interracial rape. American Journal of Sociology. 88, (2), 311-328.
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2003
Pager, Devah . The mark of a criminal record. American Journal of Sociology. 108, (5), 937-975.
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1993
Alba, Richard D.,  Logan, John R. Minority proximity to whites in suburbs: An individual-level analysis of segregation. American Journal of Sociology. 98, (6), 1388-1427.
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1999
Liska, Allen E.,  Markowitz, Fred E.,  Whaley, Rachel Bridges,  Bellair, Paul . Modeling the relationship between the criminal justice and mental health systems. American Journal of Sociology. 104, (6), 1744-1775.
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2008
Sampson, Robert J. Moving to inequality: Neighborhood effects and experiments meet social structure. American Journal of Sociology. 114, (1), 189-231.
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2009
Papachristos,  Andrew V. Murder by structure: Dominance relations and the social structure of gang homicide. American Journal of Sociology. 115, (1), 74-128.
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2003
Morenoff, Jeffrey D. Neighborhood mechanisms and the spatial dynamics of birthweight. American Journal of Sociology. 108, (5), 976-1017.
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1976
Jensen, Gary F. Race, achievement, and delinquency: A further look at delinquency in a birth cohort. American Journal of Sociology. 82, (2), 379-387.
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1982
Hagan, John,  Albonetti, Celesta A. Race, class, and the perception of criminal injustice in America. American Journal of Sociology. 88, (2), 329-355.
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2007
Stults, Brian J.,  Baumer, Eric P. Racial context and police force size: Evaluating the empirical validity of the minority threat perspective. American Journal of Sociology. 113, (2), 507-546.
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1992
Thornton, Arland,  Axinn, William G.,  Hill, Daniel H. Reciprocal effects of religiosity, cohabitation, and marriage. American Journal of Sociology. 98, (3), 628-651.
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1992
Matsueda, Ross L. Reflected Appraisals, Parental Labeling, and Delinquency: Specifying a Symbolic Interactionist Theory. American Journal of Sociology. 97, (6), 1577-1611.
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1983
Messner, Steven F. Regional and racial effects on the urban homicide rate: The subculture of violence revisited. American Journal of Sociology. 88, (5), 997-1007.
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2009
Krivo, Lauren J.,  Peterson, Ruth D.,  Kuhl, Danielle C. Segregation, racial structure, and neighborhood violent crime. American Journal of Sociology. 114, (6), 1765-1802.
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1989
Hughes, Michael,  Demo, David H. Self-Perceptions of Black Americans: Self-Esteem and Personal Efficacy. American Journal of Sociology. 95, (1), 132-159.
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1991
Keith, Verna M.,  Herring, Cedric . Skin tone and stratification in the black community. American Journal of Sociology. 97, (3), 760-778.
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2013
Baumer, Eric P.,  Martin, Kimberly . Social organization, collective sentiment, and legal sanctions in murder cases. American Journal of Sociology. 119, (1), 131-182.
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1990
Hagan, John,  Palloni, Alberto . The social reproduction of a criminal class in working-class London, circa 1950-1980. American Journal of Sociology. 96, (2), 265-299.
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1990
Land, Kenneth C.,  McCall, Patricia C.,  Cohen, Lawrence E. Structural covariates of homicide rates: Are there any invariances across time and social space?. American Journal of Sociology. 95, (4), 922-963.
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1986
South, Scott J.,  Messner, Steven F. Structural determinants of intergroup association: Interracial marriage and crime. American Journal of Sociology. 91, (6), 1409-1430.
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1987
Farley, John E. Suburbanization and central-city crime rates: New evidence and a reinterpretation. American Journal of Sociology. 93, (3), 688-700.
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1988
Massey, Douglas S.,  Denton, Nancy A. Suburbanization and segregation in U.S. metropolitan areas. American Journal of Sociology. 94, (3), 592-626.
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1981
Bollen, Kenneth A.,  Phillips, David P. Suicidal Motor Vehicle Fatalities in Detroit: A Replication. American Journal of Sociology. 87, (2), 404-412.
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1999
Sampson, Robert J.,  Raudenbush, Stephen W. Systematic social observation of public spaces: A new look at disorder in urban neighborhoods. American Journal of Sociology. 105, (3), 603-651.
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