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Volume 91, Number 3, March 2013

Table of Contents


The Time Divide in Cross-National Perspective: The Work Week, Education and Institutions That Matter

pp. 697-724

All Work and No Pay: Violations of Employment and Labor Laws in Chicago, Los Angeles and New York City

pp. 725-746

Employment and Earnings in High-Tech Ethnic Niches

pp. 747-784

Economic Sociology

Is Deindustrialization Causing High Unemployment in Affluent Countries?: Evidence from 16 OECD Countries, 1970–2003

pp. 785-812

Eat, Drink, Man, Woman: Gender, Income Share and Household Expenditure in South Africa

pp. 813-836

Political Sociology

Who Gets Designated a Terrorist and Why?

pp. 837-872

Discursive Obstruction and Elite Opposition to Environmental Activism in the Czech Republic

pp. 873-893

Civic and Political Participation

Union Membership and Political Participation in the United States

pp. 895-928

Are Homeowners Better Citizens?: Homeownership and Community Participation in the United States

pp. 929-954


W. E. B. Du Bois: Reform, Will, and the Veil

pp. 955-973

Public Sector Transformation, Racial Inequality and Downward Occupational Mobility

pp. 975-1006


Childhood (Mis)fortune, Educational Attainment, and Adult Health: Contingent Benefits of a College Degree?

pp. 1007-1034

The Social Consequences of Postcommunist Structural Change: An Analysis of Suicide Trends in Eastern Europe

pp. 1035-1056

Experimental Research

Do Descriptive Norms Solve Social Dilemmas?: Conformity and Contributions in Collective Action Groups

pp. 1057-1084

Status, Numbers and Influence

pp. 1085-1104

Book Review Essays

Good Jobs, Bad Jobs: The Rise of Polarized and Precarious Employment Systems in the United States, 1970s to 2000s by Arne L. Kalleberg, and: Good Jobs America: Making Work Better for Everyone by Paul Osterman, Beth Shulman (review)

pp. 1105-1109

Bootstrapping Democracy: Transforming Local Governance and Civil Society in Brazil by Gianpaolo Baiocchi, Patrick Heller, Marcelo K. Silva (review)

pp. 1111-1113


p. 1115

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