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Annual Reviews по журналам "Annual Review of Sociology"

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  • Bourque Linda B. (Annual Reviews, 1995-08-01)
    Judith Blake was born and raised primarily in New York City; she received her BS degree magna cum laude from Columbia University in 1951 and her PhD in 1961. She had a remarkable and sustained record of scholarly contributions, ...
  • Singer J. David (Annual Reviews, 1980-08-01)
  • Lye Diane N. (Annual Reviews, 1996-08-01)
    In this essay I review recent studies of adult child–parent relationships, with an emphasis on studies using nationally representative samples. Adult children and their parents have frequent contact and emotionally satisfying ...
  • Mortimer J T; Simmons R G (Annual Reviews, 1978-08-01)
  • Shapiro Susan P. (Annual Reviews, 2005-08-01)
    In an agency relationship, one party acts on behalf of another. It is curious that a concept that could not be more profoundly sociological does not have a niche in the sociological literature. This essay begins with the ...
  • Hechter Michael (Annual Reviews, 2000-08-01)
  • Hareven Tamara K. (Annual Reviews, 1994-08-01)
    This review explores historical changes in generational relations in American society as they affect adaptation to the later years of life. Following a life course perspective, the review examines changes in the timing of ...
  • Parker Robert Nash; Auerhahn Kathleen (Annual Reviews, 1998-08-01)
    A review of the scientific literature on the relationship between alcohol and violence and that between drugs and violence is presented. A review and analysis of three major theoretical approaches to understanding these ...
  • Rothschild J; Russell R (Annual Reviews, 1986-08-01)
  • Piliavin Jane Allyn; Charng Hong-Wen (Annual Reviews, 1990-08-01)
    The literature on altruism in social psychology, and to a lesser degree in sociology, economics, political behavior and sociobiology since the early 1980’s is reviewed. The authors take the position that in all of these ...
  • Martindale D (Annual Reviews, 1976-08-01)
  • Hirschman Charles (Annual Reviews, 1983-08-01)
  • Olzak Susan (Annual Reviews, 1989-08-01)
    Recent research on collective action has focused on the occurrence, timing, and sequencing of such events as regime changes, riots, revolutions, protests, and the founding of social movement organizations. Event analysis ...
  • Sabagh Georges; Ghazalla Iman (Annual Reviews, 1986-08-01)
    Some of the accomplishments and shortcomings of Arab sociology during the last few years are assessed from the perspective of Arab sociologists. This assessment of Arab sociology from the insiders' perspective involves (a) ...
  • Morris Aldon D. (Annual Reviews, 1999-08-01)
    ▪ Abstract  This review provides an analysis of the political and intellectual contributions made by the modern civil rights movement. It argues that the civil rights movement was able to overthrow the Southern Jim Crow ...
  • Menger Pierre-Michel (Annual Reviews, 1999-08-01)
    ▪ Abstract  Artistic labor markets are puzzling ones. Employment as well as unemployment are increasing simultaneously. Uncertainty acts not only as a substantive condition of innovation and self-achievement, but also as ...
  • Coser Lewis A. (Annual Reviews, 1993-08-01)
    This paper depicts the career of the author as a complicated journey from European beginnings to American destinations. It emphasizes crucial turning points that finally led the author from antifascist radical intellectual ...
  • Pepinsky Harold E. (Annual Reviews, 1986-08-01)
    Although literature on causes and prevention of crime now transcends disciplinary lines, it can still be categorized by the questions addressed. One line of research expands upon questions posed and answers given in the ...
  • Gieryn Thomas F. (Annual Reviews, 2000-08-01)
    Sociological studies sensitive to the issue of place are rarely labeled thus, and at the same time there are far too many of them to fit in this review. It may be a good thing that this research is seldom gathered up as a ...