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1983
Phillips, David P. The Impact of Mass Media Violence on U.S. Homicides. American Sociological Review. 48, (4), 560-568.
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1987
Tienda, Marta,  Smith, Shelley A.,  Ortiz, Vilma . Industrial restructuring, gender segregation, and sex differences in earnings. American Sociological Review. 52, (2), 195-210.
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1995
Thornton, Arland,  Axinn, William G.,  Teachman, Jay D. The influence of school enrollment and accumulation on cohabitation and marriage in early adulthood. American Sociological Review. 60, (5), 762-774.
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1990
Beck, E. M.,  Tolnay, Stewart E. The killing fields of the Deep South: The market for cotton and the lynching of Blacks, 1882-1930. American Sociological Review. 55, (4), 526-539.
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2005
Messner, Steven F.,  Baller, Robert D.,  Zevenbergen, Matthew P. The legacy of lynching and southern homicide. American Sociological Review. 70, (4), 633-655.
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1984
1983
Furstenberg, Frank F., Jr.,  Nord, Christine Winquist,  Peterson, James L.,  Zill, Nicholas . The life course of children of divorce: Marital disruption and parental conflict. American Sociological Review. 48, (5), 656-668.
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1988
Sampson, Robert J. Local friendship ties and community attachment in mass society: A multilevel systematic model. American Sociological Review. 53, (5), 766-779.
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1988
Devine, Joel A.,  Sheley, Joseph F.,  Smith, M. Dwayne . Macroeconomic and social-control policy influences on crime rate changes, 1948-1985. American Sociological Review. 53, (3), 407-420.
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2004
Pettit, Becky,  Western, Bruce . Mass imprisonment and the life course: Race and class inequality in U. S. incarceration. American Sociological Review. 69, (2), 151-169.
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1993
Hughes, Holly L. Metropolitan structure and the suburban hierarchy. American Sociological Review. 58, (3), 417-433.
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1983
O'Brien, Robert M. Metropolitan structure and violent crime: Which measures of crime?. American Sociological Review. 48, (3), 434-437.
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1993
Axinn, William G.,  Thornton, Arland . Mothers, children, and cohabitation: The intergenerational effects of attitudes and behavior. American Sociological Review. 58, (2), 233-246.
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2006
Sharkey, Patrick T. Navigating dangerous streets: The sources and consequences of street efficacy. American Sociological Review. 71, (5), 826-846.
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2010
Zimmerman, Gregory M.,  Messner, Steven F. Neighborhood context and the gender gap in adolescent violent crime. American Sociological Review. 75, (6), 958-980.
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2013
Lyons, Christopher J.,  Velez, Maria B.,  Santoro, Wayne A. Neighborhood immigration, violence, and city-level immigrant political opportunities. American Sociological Review. 78, (4), 604-632.
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2006
Browning, Christopher R.,  Wallace, Danielle,  Feinberg, Seth L.,  Cagney, Kathleen A. Neighborhood social processes, physical conditions, and disaster-related mortality: The case of the 1995 Chicago Heat Wave. American Sociological Review. 71, (4), 661-678.
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2001
Cunningham, Mick . Parental influences on the gendered division of housework. American Sociological Review. 66, (2), 184-203.
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1987
Furstenberg, Frank F., Jr.,  Morgan, S. Philip,  Allison, Paul D. Paternal participation and children's well-being after marital dissolution. American Sociological Review. 52, (5), 695-701.
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1970
Black, Donald J.,  Reiss, Albert J., Jr. . Police Control of Juveniles. American Sociological Review. 35, 63-77.
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1982
Loftin, Colin,  McDowall, David . The police, crime, and economic theory: An assessment. American Sociological Review. 47, 393-401.
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2001
Ross, Catherine E.,  Mirowsky, John,  Pribesh, Shana . Powerlessness and the Amplification of Threat: Mistrust in Disadvantaged and Disordered Neighborhoods. American Sociological Review. 66, (4), 568-591.
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1992
Matsueda, Ross L.,  Gartner, Rosemary,  Piliavin, Irving,  et al . The prestige of criminal and conventional occupations: A subcultural model of criminal activity. American Sociological Review. 57, (6), 752-770.
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1970
Black, Donald J. Production of Crime Rates. American Sociological Review. 35, 733-748.
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