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|Katherine Stovel and Lynette Shaw. 2012. “Brokerage.” Annual Review of Sociology 38:7.1-7.20||Social Networks|
|Katherine Beckett and Naomi Murakawa. 2012. “Mapping the Shadow Carceral State: Toward an Institutionally Capacious Approach to Punishment.” Theoretical Criminology 16, 2: 221-44.||Criminal Law and Punishment, Deviance and Social Control, Incarceration, Institutions, Social Justice|
|Katherine Beckett and Naomi Murakawa. 2012. “Mapping the Shadow Carceral State: Toward an Institutionally Capacious Approach to Punishment.” Theoretical Criminology 16, 2: 221-44.||Criminal Law and Punishment, Justice, Law and Society|
|Katherine Beckett. 2012. “Race, Drugs and Law Enforcement: Toward Equitable Policing.” Criminology and Public Policy 11, 4: 641-53.||Criminal Law and Punishment, Criminology, Justice, Race and Ethnicity|
|Katherine Beckett and Alexes Harris. 2011. “On Cash and Conviction: Monetary Sanctions as Misguided Policy.”Criminology & Public Policy 10, 3: 505-37.||Criminal Law and Punishment, Deviance and Social Control, Incarceration, Public Policy, Social Justice|
|Eger, Maureen A. 2010. “Even in Sweden: The Effect of Immigration on Support for Welfare State Spending.” European Sociological Review 26(2): 203-217.||Economic Sociology, Immigration, Political Sociology, Race and Ethnicity, Social Welfare, West European|
|Sarah Quinn. 2008. "The Transformation of Morals in Markets: Death, Benefits, and the Exchange of Life Insurance Policies. " American Journal of Sociology. 114(3): 738–80.||Culture, Economic Sociology, Institutions|
|Burt, Callie H. 2018. Racial Discrimination and Cultural Adaptations: An Evolutionary Developmental Approach. Advances in Criminological Theory (Building a Black Criminology: Race, Theory, and Crime) 24: 207-252.||Criminology, Culture, Family, Life Course, Race and Ethnicity, Social Stratification/Inequality|
|Christine Leibbrand, Catherine G. Massey, J. Trent Alexander, Katie Genadek, and Stewart E. Tolnay. “The Great Migration and Residential Segregation in American Cities during the Twentieth Century” Social Science History, in press.||Demography, Historical Sociology, Migration, Residential Segregation|
|Christine Leibbrand, Catherine G. Massey, J. Trent Alexander, and Stewart E. Tolnay. “Great Migration’s Great Return? An Examination of Second-Generation Return Migration to the South.” Social Science Research, in press.||Demography, Historical Sociology, Migration|
|Christine Leibbrand, Catherine G. Massey, J. Trent Alexander, and Stewart E. Tolnay. “Neighborhood Attainment Outcomes for Children of the Great Migration.” American Journal of Sociology, in press.||Children, Youth, and Families, Demography, Migration, Neighborhoods, Social Stratification/Inequality|
|Hoff, Peter, Bailey Fosdick, Alex Volfovsky, and Katherine Stovel. 2013. “Likelihoods for fixed rank nomination networks.” Network Science. 1: 253 – 277||Social Networks, Statistics|
|Shaw, L. (in press). Mechanics and dynamics of social construction: Modeling the emergence of culture from individual mental representation. Poetics.||Computational Methods, Culture, Perception and Cognition, Theory|
|Krysan, Maria, and Kyle Crowder. 2017. Cycle of Segregation: Social Processes and Residential Stratification. New York: Russell Sage.||Race and Ethnicity, Residential Segregation|
|Sarah Quinn. American Bonds: How Credit Markets Shaped a Nation. Princeton University Press. Princeton Studies in American Politics: Historical, International, and Comparative Perspectives. 2019.||Economic Sociology, Finance and Credit, Historical Sociology, Political Economy, Political Sociology|
|Damon Mayrl and Sarah Quinn. "Beyond the Hidden American State: Rethinking Government Visibility." (In The Many Hands of the State: Theorizing Political Authority and Social Control (edited by Ann Orloff and Kimberly Morgan), Cambridge University Press.||Culture, Historical Sociology, Political Sociology, Sociological Theory|
Williams, Nathalie E. Forthcoming. “Mixed and Complex Mixed Migration during Armed Conflict: Multi-Dimensional Empirical Evidence from Nepal.” Spring 2015 in International Journal of Sociology.
|Migration, East Asian Societies, Conflict|
Amy K. Bailey and Stewart E. Tolnay. 2015. Lynched: The Victims of Southern Mob Violence. In press,
|Violence and Trauma, Race and Ethnicity|
Hall, Matthew, Kyle Crowder, and Amy Spring. 2015. “Neighborhood Foreclosures, Racial/Ethnic Transitions, and Residential Segregation.” American Sociological Review (forthcoming).
|Race and Ethnicity, Residential Segregation, Neighborhoods|
Hall, Matthew and Kyle Crowder. 2015. “Native Out-Migration and Neighborhood Immigration in New Destinations.” Demography (forthcoming).
|Immigration, Migration, Neighborhoods, Demography|
Hall, Matthew, Kyle Crowder, and Amy Spring. 2015. “Variations in Housing Foreclosures by Race and Place, 2005-2012.” The Annals of the American Academy of Political and Social Science (forthcoming, 660 (1)).
|Race and Ethnicity, Finance and Credit|
Matsueda, Ross L. 2014. “Social Structure, Culture, and Crime: Assessing Kornhauser’s Challenge to Criminology.” Forthcoming in Challenging Criminological Theory: The Legacy of Ruth Kornhauser: Advances in Criminological Theory, Vol 19. Edited by F. T. Cullen, P. Wilcox, R. J. Sampson, and B. D. Dooley. New Brunswick, NJ: Transaction Publishers.
|“Family surveillance: Police and the reporting of child abuse and neglect”. The Russell Sage Foundation Journal of The Social Sciences. Frank Edwards. Forthcoming.||Children, Youth, and Families, Criminal Law and Punishment, Deviance and Social Control, Race and Ethnicity|
|Gabriel, Ryan. “A Middle Ground?: Residential Mobility and Attainment of Mixed-Race Couples.” Forthcoming at Demography.||Demography, Race and Ethnicity, Residential Mobility and Migration|
Dukhovnov D. and Zagheni E. forthcoming. Who Takes Care of Whom in the US? Evidence from Matrices of Time Transfers by Age and Sex. Population and Development Review