Hwang, Jackelyn and Robert J. Sampson. 2014. “Divergent Pathways of Gentrification: Racial Inequality and the Social Order of Renewal in Chicago Neighborhoods.” American Sociological Review, 79(4): 726-51.
Bailey, Stanley R., Aliya Saperstein and Andrew M. Penner. 2014. "Race, Color and Income Inequality Across the Americas." Demographic Research31(24): 735-756.
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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.
Cecilia L. Ridgeway. “Why Status Matters for Inequality.” American Sociological Review, 2014, 70 (Feb):1-16.
Reed, Joanna, Paula England, Krystale Littlejohn, Brooke Conroy Bass and Monica Claudillo. “Consistent and Inconsistent Contraception Among Women: Insights from Qualitative Interviews.” Family Relations. Vol 63(2): 244-258. 2014.
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.
Matthew Feinberg, Robb Willer, and Michael Schultz. 2014. "Gossip and Ostracism Solve the Cooperation Problem." Psychological Science. In press.
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.
Torche, Florencia and Andres Villarreal. 2014. “Prenatal Exposure to Violence and Birth Weight in Mexico: Selectivity, Exposure, and Behavioral Responses” American Sociological Review 79(5): 966-92
Jennifer Stellar and Robb Willer. 2014. "The Corruption of Value: Negative Moral Associations Diminish the Value of Money." Social Psychological and Personality Science. In press.
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