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Volume 92, Number 2, December 2013

Table of Contents

Income Inequality

Convergence in National Income Distributions

pp. 413-436

Economic Elites, Investments, and Income Inequality

pp. 437-461

Intergenerational Determinants of Income Level in Finland

pp. 463-490


Breaking Up Is Hard to Do, Unless Everyone Else Is Doing It Too: Social Network Effects on Divorce in a Longitudinal Sample

pp. 491-519

Population Size, Network Density, and the Emergence of Inherited Inequality

pp. 521-544

Do Social Connections Create Trust? An Examination Using New Longitudinal Data

pp. 545-562


Micro- and Macro-Environment Population and the Consequences for Crime Rates

pp. 563-595

Immigrant Revitalization and Neighborhood Violent Crime in Established and New Destination Cities

pp. 597-629


Emigration from China in Comparative Perspective

pp. 631-658

Community Poverty, Industrialization, and Educational Gender Gaps in Rural China

pp. 659-690


The Hidden Costs of Contingency: Employers’ Use of Contingent Workers and Standard Employees’ Outcomes

pp. 691-722

What’s So Special about STEM? A Comparison of Women’s Retention in STEM and Professional Occupations

pp. 723-756


The Influence of Political Dynamics on Southern Lynch Mob Formation and Lethality

pp. 757-787

Welfare States and the Redistribution of Happiness

pp. 789-814


Intensifying the Countryside: A Sociological Study of Cropland Lost to the Built Environment in the United States, 2001–2006

pp. 815-838

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