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Looking at Islamic fundamentalism: Factors in cross-national trends and variations.
The recession and health: How recession-related financial hardships may have compound effects.
Flows into the S & E workforce: Factors affecting the supply of workers for U.S. science and engineering jobs.
Housing segregation by race and income: Agent-based models identify factors in neighborhood formation.
Advance directives and end-of-life care: The impact of 'living wills' on Medicare spending and hospice care.
Temporal impact of disadvantage: How does long-term exposure to bad neighborhoods affect high school graduation?
Prison vs. probation: The impact of sentencing on employment and recidivism among former convicts.
Social impact of television: How do TVs placed in remote villages affect family attitudes and behaviors of residents?
Teen romance, sex, and social contexts: How do neighborhoods and schools shape perceptions about romance, sex, and childbearing?
Family behavior and economic development: The interactions of fertility, intergenerational transfers, and economic development in South Africa.
Unintended pregnancy among 18-19 year olds: The role of relationship characteristics, social context, contraception, competing alternatives.
US minority migration and metropolitan change: How has U.S. population dispersion by race and ethnicity changed since 1975?
Health-related residential mobility: How does selective migration contribute to community health differentials?
Racial and ethnic disparities in chronic disease: Looking at behavioral and biological indicators of risk among young adults.
Ideas and behavior in rural Nepal: How have changing ideas and socioeconomic conditions affected marriage and childbearing?
Residential segregation in U.S. Cities: Census redistricting data reveal segregation trends in 100 largest metro areas.
Parental and family influences on teens: Following parents and young adult children in Nepal.
Segregation Measures, State and Metro Areas: From the 2005-2009 ACS.
Changing patterns in U.S. families and fertility: A project to make data comparable across national studies.
Life after prison: Where do parolees find housing when they are released into the community?
Benefits of U.S. family planning programs: Quantifying the impact of federal programs on fertility and health.
Job-related stress and health: How do negative working conditions impact health trajectories?
Ideas, marriage, and childbearing: How values, beliefs, and social structures influence union formation and fertility in Nepal.
Telomere length and biological aging: Connecting racial differences in biomeasures and urban stressors.
Quantitative literacy in social sciences: Developing undergraduate teaching materials for data analysis.
After the storm: Effects of Hurricane Katrina on the well-being of New Orleans residents.
Community, conflict, and inner-city adolescents: Harding's book maps patterns of violence in poor Boston neighborhoods.
Housing instability and health in SE Michigan: Gauging the effects of the housing crisis and ARRA on vulnerable families.
Rating nations on their development: How do citizens from across the globe view international development hierarchies?
Patterns of coresidence, 1900 to 1990: How has home life changed for middle-aged women?
Fertility timing and economic outcomes: How does having children affect women's economic activity and status in South Africa?
Global attitudes toward domestic violence: How do men and women in 26 developing countries view intimate partner abuse?
Effects of job insecurity on health: How does fear of job loss impact physical and mental health?
Population responses to armed conflict: A micro-level analysis of behavioral responses to conflict-related events.
Rapid population aging in Myanmar: Findings from a new survey detail the situation for older people as social and demographic shifts take hold.
Divorce and women's health insurance: Another economic consequence of divorce.
Arranged marriage and relationship quality: What factors beyond spousal choice make for satisfying marriages in Nepal?
Neighborhood and cognitive decline: Can neighborhood characteristics modify genetic risk of dementia?
Unemployment and the new poor: How has the Great Recession changed the face and future of America's poor?
Who uses reproductive health services?: Examining disparities in reproductive health care among young women.
Impacts of Community Health Centers: A nationally representative study of CHCs' effects on health, health care utilization, and economic outcomes.
The business impact of smoking bans: How did Michigan's 2010 workplace smoking ban affect bars and restaurants?
Nonresponse bias in health surveys: Identifying accepted indicators to evaluate the validity of survey data.
Elective surgery for Medicare recipients: Gauging variations in practice patterns and effectiveness over time.
From infancy and childhood into adulthood: Transition to young adulthood captured in two waves of PSID supplement.
Elderly health in developing nations: How do early childhood conditions affect adult morbidity and mortality?
Research and teen pregnancy: Increasing the value of research for program application.
Is American science in decline?: A discussion of the state and future of the U.S. scientific enterprise.
Family well-being after the Great Recession: Assessing changes in income and wealth and associated family characteristics.
Tracking changes in America's youth: Monitoring the Future has focused on the upcoming generation since 1975.
Earnings in immigrant versus mainstream markets: Do new immigrants to the U.S. benefit from working in ethnic enclaves?
Excess mortality in high-poverty areas: How are we doing on decreasing social and racial disparities in health?
Access to the Pill and earnings: How birth control pills altered the gender gap in wages.
ART and the AIDS epidemic in Thailand: How antiretroviral therapy is changing the lives of older Thais and the HIV+ children they care for.
Income/gender gaps in U.S. college completion: Analyzing 70 years of educational attainment data.
Education and social mobility: How does education influence social status?
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