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Lynette Hoelter

Research Affiliate, Population Studies Center.

Assistant Research Scientist, Inter-university Consortium for Political and Social Research, Institute for Social Research.

Ph.D., Pennsylvania State University

Dr. Hoelter's research focuses on the study of marriage and marital quality in Nepal, and family attitudes and behaviors in the U.S. Her past work includes projects using the Marital Instability across the Life Course data.

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Journal Articles

Leverso, J., W. Bielby, and Lynette Hoelter. 2015. "Back on the streets: Maturation and risk factors for recidivism among serious juvenile offenders." Journal of Adolescence, 41: 67-75. DOI. Abstract.


Vardigan, Mary K., Peter A. Granda, and Lynette Hoelter. 2016. "Documenting Survey Data Across the Life Cycle." In The SAGE Handbook of Survey Methodology edited by Wolf, Christof, Joye, Dominique, Smith, Tom W., Fu, Yang-chih. SAGE. Abstract.

Bachrach, Christine A., Pamela Smock, and Lynette Hoelter. 2011. "Social Class and the Timing and Context of Childbearing." In Understanding Family Change and Variation: Toward a Theory of Conjunctural Action edited by Jennifer Johnson-Hanks, Christine Bachrach, S. Philip Morgan, and Hans-Peter Kohler. Springer. DOI. Abstract.

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