restricted access   Volume 84, Number 3, March 2006

Table of Contents

From: Social Forces

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What's Love Got To Do With It? Equality, Equity,Commitment and Women's Marital Quality

pp. 1321-1345
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The Family Factor in Jewish-Gentile Intermarriage: A Sibling Analysis of The Netherlands

pp. 1347-1358
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Advancing Age, Advantaged Youth: Parental Age and the Transmission of Resources to Children

pp. 1359-1390
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Educational Engagement and Early Family Formation: Differences by Ethnicity and Generation

pp. 1391-1415
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Spanish Maintenance among English-Speaking Latino Youth: The Role of Individual and Social Characteristics

pp. 1417-1433
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Social Capital and Adolescent Violent Behavior: Correlates of Fighting and Weapon Use among Secondary School Students

pp. 1435-1453
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Power and Dependence in Intimate Exchange

pp. 1455-1470
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From Status to Power: New Models at the Intersection of Two Theories

pp. 1471-1495
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Lake Wobegon Upside Down: The Paradox of Status-Devaluation

pp. 1497-1519
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Changing Locus of Control: Steelworkers Adjusting to Forced Unemployment

pp. 1521-1537
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A Common Explanation for the Changing Age Distributions of Suicide and Homicide in the United States, 1930 to 2000

pp. 1539-1557
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Deindustrialization, Disadvantage and Suicide among Young Black Males

pp. 1559-1579
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Racial Differences in Congregation-based Political Activism

pp. 1581-1604
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Christian Religiosity, Self-Control and Social Conformity

pp. 1605-1623
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The Poverty of Trust in the Southern United States

pp. 1625-1638
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Southerners in the West: The Relative Well-being of Direct and Onward Migrants

pp. 1639-1663
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Building Community: The Neighborhood Context of Social Organization

pp. 1665-1695
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The Presence of Organizational Resources in Poor Urban Neighborhoods:An Analysis of Average and Contextual Effects

pp. 1697-1724
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Social Cohesion, Criminal Victimization and Perceived Risk of Crime in Brazilian Neighborhoods

pp. 1725-1753
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Differential Participation and the Nature of a Movement: A Study of the 1999 Anti-U.S. Beijing Student Demonstrations

pp. 1755-1777
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Global Warming and the Neglected Greenhouse Gas: A Cross-National Study of the Social Causes of Methane Emissions Intensity, 1995

pp. 1779-1798
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Statistical Inference and Patterns of Inequality in the Global North

pp. 1799-1818
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Cross-National Differences in the Skills-Earnings Relationship: The Role of Labor Market Institutions

pp. 1819-1842
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Book Reviews

Ecological-Evolutionary Theory: Principles and Applications (review)

pp. 1843-1844
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The Social Logic of Politics: Personal Networks as Contexts for Political Behavior (review)

pp. 1844-1845
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Freedom Is a Constant Struggle: The Mississippi Civil Rights Movement and Its Legacy (review)

pp. 1846-1847
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The Two Reconstructions: The Struggle for Black Enfranchisement (review)

pp. 1847-1849
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Heartwood (review)

pp. 1849-1850
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Elusive Togetherness: Church Groups Trying to Bridge America's Divisions (review)

pp. 1850-1852
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Hollywood Goes to High School (review)

pp. 1852-1853
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Host Societies and the Reception of Immigrants (review)

pp. 1853-1855
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Islamic Modernism, Nationalism, and Fundamentalism: Episode and Discourse (review)

pp. 1855-1856
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Middle Eastern Lives in America (review)

pp. 1856-1857
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Ethnic Routes to Becoming American: Indian Immigrants and the Cultures of Citizenship (review)

pp. 1857-1858
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Rebuilding Labor: Organizing and Organizers in the New Union Movement (review)

pp. 1858-1860
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Work and Life Integration: Organizational, Cultural, and Individual Perspectives (review)

pp. 1860-1861
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