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  Volume 87, Number 1, September 2008

Table of Contents

From: Social Forces

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Social Forces Today

pp. i-iv

Racial, Educational and Religious Endogamy in the United States: A Comparative Historical Perspective

pp. 1-31

Southern Perspectives

Movement of Movements: Culture Moves in the Long Civil Rights Struggle

pp. 33-63

Black Voting During the Civil Rights Movement: A Micro-level Analysis

pp. 65-93

Who is Headed South?: U.S. Migration Trends in Black and White, 1970-2000

pp. 95-119

Education, Work and the Lifecourse

Post-secondary Educational Attainment of Immigrant and Native Youth

pp. 121-152

How Knowledge is Power: Education and the Sense of Control

pp. 153-183

Job Loss at Mid-life: Managers and Executives Face the "New Risk Economy"

pp. 187-209

Job Displacement and Social Participation over the Lifecourse: Findings for a Cohort of Joiners

pp. 211-242

Family Matters

Time for Children, One's Spouse and Oneself among Parents Who Work Nonstandard Hours

pp. 243-271

Gender Differences in Providing Urgent Childcare among Dual-earner Parents

pp. 273-297

Changing Attitudes toward the Male Breadwinner, Female Homemaker Family Model: Influences of Women's Employment and Education over the Lifecourse

pp. 299-323

Neighborhood Processes

Poor People, Poor Places and Access to Health Care in the United States

pp. 325-355

Defending Turf: Racial Demographics and Hate Crime Against Blacks and Whites

pp. 357-385

Why Organizational Ties Matter for Neighborhood Effects: Resource Access through Childcare Centers

pp. 387-414

Inter-neighborhood Migration and Spatial Assimilation in a Multi-ethnic World: Comparing Latinos, Blacks and Anglos

pp. 415-443

Too Cool for School?: Violence, Peer Status and High School Dropout

pp. 445-471

Movements, Countermovements and Policy Adoption: The Case of Right-to-Work Activism

pp. 473-500

Transforming Symbolic Law into Organizational Action: Hate Crime Policy and Law Enforcement Practice

pp. 501-528

Globalization, Foreign Investment Dependence and Agriculture Production: Pesticide and Fertilizer Use in Less-developed Countries, 1990-2000

pp. 529-560

Status, Endorsement and the Legitimacy of Deviance

pp. 561-590

Book Reviews

Sociology in America: A History (review)

pp. 591-592

Infotopia: How Many Minds Produce Knowledge (review)

pp. 593-594

Enriching the Sociological Imagination: How Radical Sociology Changed the Discipline (review)

pp. 594-596

The New Old Economy: Networks, Institutions, and the Organizational Transformation of American Manufacturing (review)

pp. 596-598

The Housing Divide: How Generations of Immigrants Fare in New York's Housing Market (review)

pp. 599-600

Selling Women Short: Gender Inequality on Wall Street (review)

pp. 601-602

The Politics of Regret: On Collective Memory and Historical Responsibility (review)

pp. 603-604

Higher Ground: New Hope for the Working Poor and Their Children (review)

pp. 605-607

Alone Together: How Marriage in America Is Changing (review)

pp. 607-609

An Unexpected Minority: White Kids in an Urban School (review)

pp. 609-611

Desegregating the City: Ghettos, Enclaves, & Inequality (review)

pp. 611-613

Ethnic Origins: The Adaptation of Cambodian and Hmong Refugees in Four American Cities (review)

pp. 613-615

The End of the Hamptons: Scenes from the Class Struggle in America's Paradise (review)

pp. 615-617

Mixed Method Data Collection Strategies (review)

pp. 617-619

Latent Curve Models: A Structural Equation Perspective (review)

pp. 619-621

Research Areas


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