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Alba, Richard, Tomás R. Jiménez and Helen Marrow. 2014. “Mexican Americans as a Paradigm for Contemporary Intragroup Heterogeneity.” Ethnic and Racial Studies, 37(3): 446-466
Christin L. Munsch, Cecilia L. Ridgeway, and Joan C. Williams. “Pluralistic Ignorance and the Flexibility Bias: Understanding and Mitigating Flextime and Flexplace Bias at Work.” Work and Occupations, 2014, 41 (Feb):40-62.
Park, Julie, Dowell Myers and Tomás R. Jiménez. 2014. “Intergenerational Advancement of the Mexican-origin Population in California and Texas Relative to a Changing U. S. Mainstream.” International Migration Review. (Summer): 1–40.
Jo C. Phelan, Jeffrey W. Lucas, Cecilia L. Ridgeway, and Catherine J. Taylor. “Stigma, Status, and Population Health.” Social Science & Medicine, 2014, 103 (Feb):15-23.
Saperstein, Aliya and Andrew M. Penner. 2014. "Beyond the Looking Glass: Exploring Fluidity in Racial Self-Identification and Interviewer Classification." Sociological Perspectives57(2): 186-207.
Andrew G. Walder, "Rebellion and Repression in China, 1966-1971." Social Science History 38, 4 (December 2014), 513-539.
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“Social Capital and Inequality: The Significance of Social Connections.” Karen S. Cook. To appear in Jane McLleod, Michael Schwalbe and Edward Lawler, Handbook of Social Psychology and Inequality. Springer: New York (forthcoming, 2014).
“Sources of Alliance Partner Trustworthiness: Integrating Calculative and Relational Approaches.” Oliver Schilke and Karen S. Cook. To appear in Strategic Management Journal, (forthcoming, 2014).
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