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December 16, 2015

CSSRR Economics/Health/Sociology–December 16, 2015

National Longitudinal Survey Bibliography Updates:

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Anderson, Thomas. Three Essays on the Social, Economic, and Demographic Causes and Consequences of Low Fertility. Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Demography, University of Pennsylvania, 2015.

Bernardi, Fabrizio and Diederik Boertien. “Do Parental Separation and Single Motherhood Strengthen Intergenerational Inequality in Educational Attainment? A Decomposition Analysis for Germany, Italy, the UK and the US.” Family and Societies Working Paper Series 45, European Union’s Seventh Framework Programme, 2015.

Brakenhoff, Brittany, Bohyun Jang, Natasha Slesnick and Anastasia R. Snyder. “Longitudinal Predictors of Homelessness: Findings from the National Longitudinal Survey of Youth-97.” Journal of Youth Studies, V.18, No. 8 published online (24 March 2015): DOI: 10.1080/13676261.2015.1020930.

Breen, Richard and Inkwan Chung. “Income Inequality and Education.” Sociological Science 2 (August 2015): 454-477.

Buitrago, Manuel. Culture, Employment, and Volatility: Three Essays on Hispanic Labor. Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Economics, American University, 2015.

Connolly, Eric J. and Kevin M. Beaver. “Assessing the Salience of Gene-Environment Interplay in the Development of Anger, Family Conflict, and Physical Violence: A Biosocial Test of General Strain Theory.” Journal of Criminal Justice 43,6 (November-December 2015): 487-497.

Coyne, Michelle A. Predicting Arrest Probability Across Time: A Test of Competing Perspectives. Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Criminal Justice, University of Cincinnati, 2015.

Galizzi, Monica and Tommaso Tempesti. “Workers’ Risk Tolerance and Occupational Injuries.” Risk Analysis 35,10 (October 2015): 1858-1875.

Garcia-Manglano, Javier. “Opting Out and Leaning In: The Life Course Employment Profiles of Early Baby Boom Women in the United States.” Demography 52,6 (December 2015): 1961-1993.

Glass, Jennifer L., Sharon Sassler, Yael Levitte and Katherine Michelmore. “What’s So Special about STEM? A Comparison of Women’s Retention in STEM and Professional Occupations.” Social Forces 92,2 (2013): 723-756.

Goldberg, Julia S. The Long Reach of Families: Family Structure History, Parental Support, and the Reproduction of Inequality in Young Adulthood. Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Sociology, University of Wisconsin-Madison, 2015.

Headen, Irene. Associations Between Long- and Short-Term Exposure to Neighborhood Social Context and Pregnancy-Related Weight Gain. Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Epidemiology, University of California, Berkeley, 2015.

Jacobs, Josephine C., Courtney H. Van Houtven, Audrey Laporte and Peter C. Coyte. “Baby Boomer Caregivers in the Workforce: Do They Fare Better or Worse than their Predecessors?” The Journal of the Economics of Ageing 6 (December 2015): 89-202.

Kelly, Brian and Mike Vuolo. “Marijuana Use Trajectories from Adolescence to Young Adulthood: Social and Occupational Outcomes.” Presented: Dublin, Ireland, Society for Longitudinal and Life Course Studies (SLLS) International Conference, October 2015.

Kramer, Amit and Wonjoon Chung. “Work Demands, Family Demands, and BMI in Dual-earners Families: A 16-year Longitudinal Study.” Journal of Applied Psychology 100,5 (September 2015): 1632-1640.

Lambert, Susan and Julia Henly. “Measuring Precarious Work Schedules.” Working Paper, The Employment Instability, Family Well-being, and Social Policy Network (EINet), University of Chicago, November 2014.

Lin, Tin-Chi, T.K. Courtney, David A. Lombardi and S.K. Verma. “Association Between Sedentary Work and BMI in a U.S. National Longitudinal Survey.” American Journal of Preventive Medicine 49,6 (December 2015): e117-e123.

Looze, Jessica. The Effects of Children, Job Changes, and Employment Interruptions on Women’s Wages. Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Sociology, University of Massachusetts-Amherst, 2015.

McNamee, Catherine. “White and Latino Remarriage Differences in the United States: A Case for Moving beyond the Catholic Assumption.” Presented: Dublin, Ireland, Society for Longitudinal and Life Course Studies (SLLS) International Conference, October 2015.

Nielsen, Eric R. “Achievement Gap Estimates and Deviations from Cardinal Comparability.” Finance and Economics Discussion Series 2015-040. Washington: Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, May 2015.

Nielsen, Eric R. “The Income-Achievement Gap and Adult Outcome Inequality.” Finance and Economics Discussion Series 2015-041. Washington: Board of Governors of the Federal Reserve System, May 2015.

Pavalko, Eliza K., Jennifer Caputo and Melissa A. Hardy. “Long-term Effects of Employment and Employment Discrimination on Women’s Health and Mortality.” Presented: Dublin, Ireland, Society for Longitudinal and Life Course Studies (SLLS) International Conference, October 2015.

Richey, Jeremiah Alexander. “Heterogeneous Trends in U.S. Teacher Quality 1980-2010.” Education Economics 23,6 (November 2015): 645-659.

Shollenberger, Tracey L. Essays on Schools, Crime, and Punishment. Ph.D. Dissertation, Department of Social Policy, Harvard University, 2015.

Stipek, Deborah and Rachel A. Valentino. “Early Childhood Memory and Attention as Predictors of Academic Growth Trajectories.” Journal of Educational Psychology, Vol 107(3), Aug 2015, 771-788.

Teachman, Jay D., Lucky M. Tedrow and Carter Anderson. “The Relationship between Military Service and Childbearing for Men and Women.” Sociological Perspectives 58,4 (December 2015): 595-608.

Thompson, Owen. “Drug Policy and Intergenerational Income Mobility in the United States.” Contemporary Economic Policy 34,1 (January 2016): 127-145.

Ward, Shannon and Jenny Williams. “Does Juvenile Delinquency Reduce Educational Attainment?” Journal of Empirical Legal Studies 12,4 (December 2015): 716-756.

Williams, Kristi, Sharon Sassler, Fenaba Addo and Adrianne Frech. “First-birth Timing, Marital History, and Women’s Health at Midlife.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior 56,4 (December 2015): 514-533.

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