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|Kraig Beyerlein, Peter Ryan, Aliyah Abu-Hazeem, and Amity Pauley. 2018. THE 2017 WOMEN'S MARCH: A NATIONAL STUDY OF SOLIDARITY EVENTS. Mobilization: An International Quarterly: December 2018, Vol. 23, No. 4, pp. 425-449.||Collective Action, Culture, Organizations, Population, Public Opinion, Quantitative Methods, Religion, Social Movements, Women Studies|
|Wurpts, Bernd, Katie E. Corcoran, and Steven Pfaff. 2018. “The Diffusion of Protestantism in Northern Europe: Historical Embeddedness and Complex Contagions in the Adoption of the Reformation.” Social Science History 42(2):213-244.||Comparative Historical Sociology, Economic Sociology, Historical Sociology, Organizations, Quantitative Methods, Religion, Social Change, Social Networks|
|Adrian E. Raftery, Alec Zimmer, Dargan M. W. Frierson, Richard Startz & Peiran Liu. "Less than 2 °C warming by 2100 unlikely." Nature Climate Change (2017) doi:10.1038/nclimate3352||Applied Sociology, Population, Quantitative Methods, Research Methods|
|Flores, René D. 2017. "Do Anti-immigrant Laws shape Public Sentiment?: A Study of Arizona's SB 1070 using Twitter data." American Journal of Sociology.||Big Data, Data Driven Discovery, Immigration, Migration, Political Sociology, Public Opinion, Public Policy, Quantitative Methods|
|Flores, René D. 2015. "Taking the Law Into their Own Hands: Do Local Anti-Immigrant Ordinances Increase Gun Sales?” Social Problems. 62, no. 3: 363-390.||Immigration, Public Policy, Quantitative Methods|
|Hiramori, Daiki. 2015. “Challenges of Sexual and Gender Minorities in the Workplace: Multivariate Analyses of Income and Willingness to Continue Working." Gender and Sexuality 10:91-118. In Japanese.||East Asian Societies, Gender, Quantitative Methods, Sexuality, Social Stratification/Inequality|
McCormick, T. H. and Zheng, T. (2015) Latent surface models for networks using Aggregated Relational Data. To appear, Journal of the American Statistical Association.
|Social Networks, Quantitative Methods, Statistics|
Lee, Hedwig, Megan Andrew, Achamyeleh Gebremariam, Julie C. Lumeng and Joyce M. Lee. 2014. “Longitudinal Associations between Poverty and Obesity from the Birth through Adolescence.” American Journal of Public 104(5): e70-e76.
|Poverty, Health, Quantitative Methods|