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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

Ertekin, S., Rudin, C., and McCormick, T. H. (2015) Predicting power failures with Reactive Point Processes. To appear, Annals of Applied Statistics.

Statistics

Haggerty, K. P., M. L Skinner., R. F. Catalano, R. D.Abbott, & R. D Crutchfield. 2015. “Long-term effects of Staying Connected with Your Teen® on drug use frequency at age 20.” Prevention Science, 16, 538-549.

Children, Youth, and Families, Deviance and Social Control

Scott Montgomery and Daniel Chirot. 2015. The Shape of the New: Four Big Ideas That Made the Modern World (Princeton: Princeton University Press).

Theory, Sociology of Knowledge
Daniel Chirot and Daniel Karell, “Identity Construction and the Causes of Genocidal Mass Murder,” Studies in Ethnicity and Nationalism, 14:3 (December 2015), pp. 484-499. Conflict, Murder, Nationalism, Violence and Trauma

Angotti, Nicole, Brian Houle, Samuel J. Clark and F. Xavier Gomez-Olive. 2015 In Press. "ʺLet’s Talk
about Sex, Maybe: Interviewers, Respondents, Sexual Behavior Reporting and Social Life in
Rural South Africa."ʺ Field Methods.

Sexuality, Africa, Media Studies

Brian Houle, Samuel J Clark and Alicia Ely Yamin. 2015 In Press. "ʺThe impact of maternal
mortality on children'ʹs risk of dying in rural South Africa: evidence from a population-based
surveillance study (1992 - 2013)."ʺ BMC Reproductive Health.

Motherhood, Africa, Health Disparities, Morbidity/Mortality

Zaba, Basia, Georges Reniers, Emma Slaymaker, Jim Todd, Judith Glynn, Mia Crampin, Mark
Urassa, Tom Lutalo4, Vicky Hosegood, Marie-Louise Newall, et al. 2015 In Press. "ʺResponse to
Dermot Maher article 'ʹThe ethics of feedback of HIV test results in population-based surveys of
HIV infection'ʹ."ʺ Bulletin of the World Health Organization.

Population, Population Health, Health Disparities

Clark, Samuel J., F. Xavier Gómez-Olivé, Brian Houle, Margaret Thorogood, Kerstin Klipstein- Grobusch, Nicole Angotti, Chodziwadziwa Kabudula, Jill Williams, Jane Menken and Stephen M. Tollman. 2015. "ʺCardiometabolic disease risk and HIV status in rural South Africa: establishing a baseline."ʺ BMC Public Health.

Africa, Health, Health Disparities, Public Health

Wheldon, Mark, Adrian E. Raftery, Samuel J. Clark and Patrick Gerland. 2015. "ʺBayesian
Reconstruction of Two-Sex Populations by Age: Estimating Sex Ratios at Birth and Sex Ratios of
Mortality."ʺ Journal of the Royal Statistical Association, Series A.

Morbidity/Mortality, Gender, Health
Fountain, Christine and Katherine Stovel. 2014. “Turbulent Networks: Social Capital, Employer Hiring Preferences and Labor Market Outcomes.” In Analytical Sociology: Norms, Actions and Networks. Gianluca Manzo, editor. Wiley & Sons. Social Stratification/Inequality, Work and Occupations

Bao, L, Raftery, A.E. and Reddy, A. (2014). Estimating the Sizes of Populations at Risk of HIV Infection in Bangladesh Using a Bayesian Hierarchical Model. Statistics and Its Interface, 8:125–136.

Population, South Asian, Research Methods

Rosenfeld, Jake. 2014. What Unions No Longer Do. Harvard University Press.

Labor, Work and Occupations, Economic Sociology

Celeux, G., Martin-Magniette, M.-L., Maugis-Rabusseau, C. and Raftery, A.E. (2014). Comparing Model Selection and Regularization Approaches to Variable Selection in Model-Based Clustering. Journal de la Soci´et´e Fran¸caise de Statistique, 155:57–71.

Research Methods

Young, W.C., Raftery, A.E. and Yeung, K.Y. (2014). “Fast Bayesian Inference for Gene Regulatory Networks Using ScanBMA.” BMC Systems Biology, 8:article 47.

Research Methods, Medical Sociology

State B., Rodriguez M., Helbing D. and Zagheni E. 2014. Migration of Professionals to the US. Evidence from LinkedIn Data. Proceedings of SocInfo 2014. Springer’s Lecture Note Series in Computer Science, 531-543

Migration, Work and Occupations, Technology, Research Methods

Sharrow, D.J., Clark, S.J. and Raftery, A.E. (2014). “Modeling Age-Specific Mortality for Countries with Generalized HIV Epidemics.” PLoS One, 9:article e96447.

Morbidity/Mortality, Health, Research Methods

Kluesener S. and Zagheni E. 2014. The East-West Gradient in Spatial Population Development within Germany. Historical Methods 47(4):167-179.

West European, Population

Raftery, A.E., Alkema, L. and Gerland, P. (2014) “Bayesian Population Projections for the United Nations.” Statistical Science, 29:58–68.

Research Methods, Population

“The Phenomenology of Arrest: A Case Study in the Poetics of Police-Citizen Encounters.” In Poetics of Crime: Excursions into Creative Criminology, edited by Michael Jacobsen. London: Ashgate, 2014.

Criminology

Kluge F., Zagheni E., Loichinger E., and Vogt T. 2014. The Advantages of Demographic Change after the Wave: Fewer and Older, but Healthier, Greener, and more Productive? Plos One 9(9):e1085501.

Demography

Lenkoski, A., Eicher, T.S. and Raftery, A.E. (2014). Bayesian Model Averaging and Endogeneity Under Model Uncertainty: An Application to Development Determinants. Econometric Reviews 33:122–151.

Research Methods, Population

Schmertmann C., Zagheni E., Goldstein J. and Myrskyla M. 2014. Bayesian Forecasting of Cohort Fertility. Journal of the American Statistical Association 109(506):500-513.

Fertility, Statistics

Fosdick, B.K. and Raftery, A.E. (2014). Regional Probabilistic Fertility Forecasting by Modeling Between-Country Correlations. Demographic Research 30:1011–1034.

Research Methods, Population, Demography

De Cao E., Zagheni E., Manfredi P. and Melegaro A. 2014. The Relative Importance of Frequency of Contacts and Time of Exposure for the Spread of Directly Transmitted Infections. Biostatistics 15(3):470-483.

Health, Socio-Biology

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