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Volume 90, Number 4, June 2012

Table of Contents

Social Movements

Subnational Opposition to Globalization

pp. 1051-1072

Political Reform and the Historical Trajectories of U.S. Social Movements in the Twentieth Century

pp. 1073-1100

Economic Inequality

Lawyers' Lines of Work: Specialization's Role in the Income Determination Process

pp. 1101-1131

Debt and Graduation from American Universities

pp. 1133-1155

Do Survey Data Estimate Earnings Inequality Correctly?: Measurement Errors Among Black and White Male Workers

pp. 1157-1181

Voluntary Association Membership and Social Cleavages: A Micro-Macro Link in Generalized Trust

pp. 1183-1205

Social Networks and Social Capital

Aggression, Exclusivity, and Status Attainment in Interpersonal Networks

pp. 1207-1235

What's in a Relationship?: An Examination of Social Capital, Race and Class in Mentoring Relationships

pp. 1237-1269

Homophily Through Nonreciprocity: Results of an Experiment

pp. 1271-1295


Maternity Leave in Turbulent Times: Effects on Labor Market Transitions and Fertility in Russia, 1985-2000

pp. 1297-1322

More Careful or Less Marriageable?: Parental Divorce, Spouse Selection and Entry into Marriage

pp. 1323-1345

Support for Homosexuals' Civil Liberties: The Influence of Familial Gender Role Attitudes Across Religious Denominations

pp. 1347-1375


Placing Deviance in a Legal and Local Context: A Multilevel Analysis of Cigarette Use in the European Union

pp. 1377-1402

Punishment and Welfare: Paternal Incarceration and Families' Receipt of Public Assistance

pp. 1403-1427

Book Review Essay

Academically Adrift: Limited Learning on College Campuses (review)

pp. 1429-1433

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