restricted access   Volume 83, Number 2, December 2004

Table of Contents

From: Social Forces

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Editor's Note

pp. 459-460

Theory Debates

Revisiting General Theory in Historical Sociology

pp. 459-489

Why "Unobservables" Cannot Save General Theory: A Reply to Mahoney

pp. 491-501


The Paradox of Social Organization: Networks, Collective Efficacy, and Violent Crime in Urban Neighborhoods

pp. 503-534

Cloning Headless Frogs and Other Important Matters: Conversation Topics and Network Structure

pp. 535-557

Marriage Timing in Nepal: Organizational Effects and Individual Mechanisms

pp. 559-586

Mobilization and Social Movements

Global Civil Society and the International Human Rights Movement: Citizen Participation in Human Rights International Nongovernmental Organizations

pp. 587-620

Strategy Matters: The Contingent Value of Social Capital in the Survival of Local Social Movement Organizations

pp. 621-651

Corn, Klansmen, and Coolidge: Structure and Framing in Social Movements

pp. 653-690

Anti-Semitism As a Response to Perceived Jewish Power: The Cases of Bulgaria and Romania before the Holocaust

pp. 691-708


Military Service during the Vietnam Era: Were There Consequences for Subsequent Civilian Earnings?

pp. 709-730

When Race Makes No Difference: Marriage and the Military

pp. 731-757

Towards Equality

Feminist Attitudes and Support for Gender Equality: Opinion Change in Women and Men, 1974-1998

pp. 759-790

Maternal Employment during Northern Vietnam's Era of Market Reform

pp. 791-822

Public Sociologies: Reparations in the U.S.

Getting to Reparations: Japanese Americans and African Americans

pp. 823-840

If a Tree Falls in the Wilderness: Reparations, Academic Silences, and Social Justice

pp. 841-864

On-line Rejoinders

Book Reviews

Moral, Believing Animals: Human Personhood and Culture (review)

pp. 865-867

The Commercialization of Intimate Life: Notes from Home and Work (review)

pp. 867-869

Europe without Borders: Remapping Territory, Citizenship, and Identity in a Transnational Age (review)

pp. 869-871

America's Newcomers and the Dynamics of Diversity (review)

pp. 871-874

Crossing the Great Divide: Worker Risk, Uncertainty and Opportunity in the New Economy (review)

pp. 874-876

Reorganizing the Rust Belt: An Inside Study of the American Labor Movement (review)

pp. 876-878

Downsizing in America: Reality, Causes, and Consequences (review)

pp. 878-879