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ASA Journals

American Sociological Review
Contemporary Sociology
Journal of Health and Social Behavior
Social Psychology Quarterly

Sociological Methodology
Sociological Theory
Sociology of Education
Teaching Sociology

Section Journals
City & Community (Section on Community and Urban Sociology)
Journal of World Systems Research (Section on Political Economy of the World System)
Society and Mental Health (Section on Sociology of Mental Health)
Sociology of Race and Ethnicity (Section for Racial and Ethnic Minorities)

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Recent Selected Articles

Her Support, His Support: Money, Masculinity, and Marital Infidelity (American Sociological Review, June 2015).

Special Symposium on Detroit: Editorial, Introduction, and The Bankruptcy of Detroit: What Role Did Race Play? (City & Community, June 2015).

The Sequencing of a College Degree during the Transition to Adulthood: Implications for Obesity (Journal of Health and Social Behavior, June 2015).

Understanding the Selection Bias: Social Network Processes and the Effect of Prejudice on the Avoidance of Outgroup Friends (Social Psychology Quarterly, June 2015).

Marrying Across Class Lines (Contexts, Spring 2015).

Critical Retrospective and Review Essays (Contemporary Sociology, May 2015).

Private Journals versus Public Blogs: The Impact of Peer Readership on Low-stakes Reflective Writing (Teaching Sociology, April 2015).

Health Insurance Status and Symptoms of Psychological Distress among Low-income Urban Women (Society and Mental Health, March 2015).

Kindergarten Black–White Test Score Gaps: Re-examining the Roles of Socioeconomic Status and School Quality with New Data (Sociology of Education, April 2015).

When Change Doesn’t Matter: Racial Identity (In)consistency and Adolescent Well-being (Sociology of Race and Ethnicity, April 2015).

Religious Dimensions of Political Conflict and Violence (Sociological Theory, March 2015).

The Effect of Labeling and Numbering of Response Scales on the Likelihood of Response Bias (Sociological Methodology, 2014).