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Faculty Publications

2020

Berger, Lawrence M. and Marcia J. Carlson. 2020. “Family Policy and Complex Contemporary Families: A Decade in Review and Implications for the Next Decade of Research and Policy Practice.” Journal of Marriage and Family 82(1):478-507.

Schaeffer, Nora Cate and Jennifer Dykema. 2020. “Advances in the Science of Asking Questions.” Annual Review of Sociology 46:37-60.

Blake, J. J., Smith, D., Unni, A., Marchbanks, M. P., Eason, John M., & Wood, S. 2020. “Behind the eight ball: The effects of race and number of infractions on the severity of exclusionary discipline sanctions issued in schools.” Journal of Emotional and Behavioral Disorders.

Xu, W., Engelman, Michal, Palloni, A., Fletcher, J.M. 2020. “Where and When: Sharpening the Lens on Geographic Disparities in Mortality.SSM -Population Health (12).

Ermakoff, Ivan. 2020. “Law against the rule of law: Assaulting Democracy.” Journal of Law and Society, 47(3).

Fletcher, Jason, Stephen Ross and Yuxiu Zhang. 2020. “The Consequences of Friendships: Evidence on the Effect of Social Relationships in School on Academic AchievementJournal of Urban Economics, Volume 116.

Qian He and Theodore P. Gerber. 2020. “Origin-Country Culture, Migration Sequencing, and Female Employment: Variations among Immigrant Women in the United States.” International Migration Review. 54(1):233-261.

Mensch, Barbara, Monica Grant, Erica Soler-Hampejsek, Chris Sudfield, Satvika Chalasani, and Paul Hewett. 2020. “Does schooling protect sexual health? The influence of school attendance on herpes simplex type 2 infection and HIV among adolescent girls in Malawi.Population Studies. 74(2): 241-261

Jaymes Pyne and Eric Grodsky. 2020. “Inequality and Opportunity in a Perfect Storm of Graduate Student Debt.” Sociology of Education 93 (1): 20-39.

Light, Michael T., Jingying He and Jason Robey. 2020. “Comparing crime rates between undocumented immigrants, lawful immigrants, and native-born U.S. citizens in Texas.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

Rangel, Marcos, Jenna Nobles, and Amar Hamoudi. 2020. “Brazil’s Missing Infants: Zika Risk Changes Reproductive Behavior.” Demography.

Rogers, Joel. 2020. “How About Productive Democracy for a Change.” Social Policy 50:19-25.

Smock, Pamela J. and Christine R. Schwartz. 2020. “The Demography of Families: A Review of Patterns and Change.” Journal of Marriage and Family 82(1):9-34.

2019

Engelman, Michal and Leafia Z. Ye. 2019. The Immigrant Health Differential in the Context of Racial and Ethnic Disparities: The Case of Diabetes. Advances in Medical Sociology 19:147-171.

Ermakoff, Ivan. 2019. “Causality and History: modes of causal investigation in historical social sciences,” The Annual Review of Sociology, Volume 45.

Garbarski, Dana, Jennifer Dykema, Nora Cate Schaeffer, and Dorothy Farrar Edwards. 2019. “Response time as an indicator of data quality: Associations with interviewer, respondents, and question characteristics in a health survey of diverse respondents,” in Interviewer Effects from a Total Survey Error Perspective, edited by Kristen Olson, Jolene D. Smyth, Jennifer Dykema, Allyson Holbrook, Frauke Kreuter, and Brady T. West. CRC Press.

Kosyakova, Yuliya and Theodore P. Gerber. 2019. “Adult education, stratification, and regime change: upgrading and sidestepping in Russia, 1965-2005.” Sociology of Education. Vol. 92, no. 2, pp. 124-49.

Maynard, Douglas W., and Jason Turowetz. 2019. “Doing Abstraction: Autism, Diagnosis, and Social Theory.” Sociological Theory 37:89-116.

Schaeffer, Nora Cate, Jennifer Dykema, Steve M. Coombs, Rob K. Schultz, Lisa Holland, and Margaret Hudson. 2019. General Interviewer Techniques: Developing Evidence-Based Practices for Standardized Interviewing,” in Interviewer Effects from a Total Survey Error Perspective, edited by Kristen Olson, Jolene D. Smyth, Jennifer Dykema, Allyson Holbrook, Frauke Kreuter, and Brady T. West. CRC Press.

Wiertz, D and Chaeyoon Lim. 2019. The Civic Footprints of Labor Market Participation: Longitudinal Evidence from the United States, 2002–2015.
Social Forces, 97 (4), 1757-1784.

Student Publications

2021

Jordan A. Conwell, Lefia Zi Ye. 2021. “All wealth is not created equal: Race, parental net worth, and children’s achievement.The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of the Social Sciences, Volume 7 (3), 101-121.

Linnea Evans, Michal Engelman, Alex Mikulas, Kristen Malecki. 2021. “How are social determinants of health integrated into epigenetic research? A systematic review.Social Science & Medicine, Volume 273.

Chloe Haimson. 2021. “Redemption Performance in Exoneration and Parole: Two Pathways Home.” Qualitative Sociology, 1-29.

Kang, Youbin. 2021. “The rise, demise and replacement of the Bangladesh experiment in transnational labour regulation.” International Labour Review.

Light, Michael T., Jingying He and Jason Robey. 2020. “Comparing crime rates between undocumented immigrants, lawful immigrants, and native-born U.S. citizens in Texas.” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences.

Qian He and Theodore P. Gerber. 2020. “Origin-Country Culture, Migration Sequencing, and Female Employment: Variations among Immigrant Women in the United States.” International Migration Review. 54(1):233-261.

Li, Yifei (Ph.D. 2016) and Judith Shapiro. 2020. “China Goes Green:  Coercive Environmentalism for a Troubled Planet. Polity Press.

Matthews, Morgan. 2020. Women in State Political Parties. Contexts19(3), pp.68-70.

Higgins JA, Kelsey Q. Wright,  David Turok and Jessica Sanders. 2020. “Beyond safety and efficacy: sexuality-related priorities and their associations with contraceptive method selection.Contracept X. Aug 19;2:100038. PMCID: PMC7486436.

Kelsey Q. Wright. 2020. “Contraceptive selection and practice: Associations with self-identified race and socioeconomic disadvantage.” Social Science & Medicine,  266.

2019

Foltman, Leah and Malia Jones. 2019. “How Redlining Continues to Shape Racial Segregation in Milwaukee”. WisContext, February 28. https://www.wiscontext.org/how-redlining-continues-shape-racial-segregation-milwaukee.

Fujihara, Sho. and Fumaya Uchikoshi. 2019. “Declining Association with Persistent Gender Asymmetric Structure: Patterns and Trends in Educational Assortative Marriage in Japan. 1950-1979”. Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 60: 66-77, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.rssm.2018.12.001.

He, Qian, and Ted Gerber. 2019. “Origin-Country Culture, Migration Sequencing, and Female Employment: Variations among Immigrant Women in the United States.” International Migration Review. https://doi.org/10.1177/0197918318821651

Morgül, Kerem. 2019. “Performing Revolutionary Populism: The Revolutionary Path Movement in Turkey” Qualitative Sociology 42(2): 273-297.

Seltzer, Nathan. 2019. “Beyond the Great Recession: Labor Market Polarization and Ongoing Fertility Decline in the United States.” Demography, 1-31.

Sohn Leslie, Isaac, Jaclyn Wypler, and Michael Mayerfeld Bell. 2019. “Relational Agriculture: Gender, Sexuality, and Sustainability in U.S. Farming” Society & Natural Resources 32(8): 853-874

Sohn Leslie, Isaac. 2019. “Queer Farmland: Land Access Strategies for Small-Scale Agriculture” Society & Natural Resources 32(8): 928-946

Wypler, Jaclyn. 2019. “Lesbian and Queer Sustainable Farmer Networks in the Midwest” Society & Natural Resources 32(8): 947-964