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References to publications, sorted by year and author.

Brady, D and Finnigan, R (2014).
Does Immigration Undermine Public Support for Social Policy?
American Sociological Review, 79(1):17--42.

Crnovrsanin, T, Muelder, CW, Faris, R, Felmlee, D, and Ma, K (2014).
Visualization techniques for categorical analysis of social networks with multiple edge sets
Social Networks, 37:56--64.

Faris, R and Felmlee, D (2014).
Casualties of Social Combat School Networks of Peer Victimization and Their Consequences
American Sociological Review, 79(2):228--257.

Finnigan, R (2014).
Racial and ethnic stratification in the relationship between homeownership and self-rated health
Social Science & Medicine, 115(0):72--81.

Foshee, VA, McNaughton Reyes, HL, Vivolo-Kantor, AM, Basile, KC, Chang, L, Faris, R, and Ennett, ST (2014).
Bullying as a longitudinal predictor of adolescent dating violence
Journal of Adolescent Health.

Gartner, R and McCarthy, B (2014).
Oxford Handbook on Gender, Sex, and Crime
Oxford University Press.

Hibel, J and Hall, M (2014).
Neighborhood Coethnic Immigrant Concentrations and Mexican American Children’s Early Academic Trajectories
Population Research and Policy Review, 33(3):365-391.

Hu, A and Hibel, J (2014).
Changes in college attainment and the economic returns to a college degree in urban China, 2003–2010: Implications for social equality
Social science research, 44:173--186.

Brady, D, Baker, RS, and Finnigan, R (2013).
When Unionization Disappears: State-Level Unionization and Working Poverty in the United States
American Sociological Review, 78(5):872--896.

Foshee, VA, Benefield, TS, Reyes, HLM, Ennett, ST, Faris, R, Chang, L, Hussong, A, and Suchindran, CM (2013).
The peer context and the development of the perpetration of adolescent dating violence
Journal of youth and adolescence, 42(4):471--486.

Hu, A and Hibel, J (2013).
Educational attainment and self-rated health in contemporary China: A survey-based study in 2010
The Social Science Journal, 50(4):674--680.

Hu, A and Hibel, J (2013).
Increasing heterogeneity in the economic returns to higher education in urban China
The Social Science Journal.

Shu, X, Zhu, Y, and Zhang, Z (2013).
Patriarchy, Resources, and Specialization: Marital Decision-Making Power in Urban China
Journal of Family Issues, 34(7):885--917.

Wang, T, Wang, KC, Erlandsson, F, Wu, SF, and Faris, R (2013).
The influence of feedback with different opinions on continued user participation in online newsgroups
ACM Proceedings of the 2013 IEEE/ACM International Conference on Advances in Social Networks Analysis and Mining.

Wu, MQY, Faris, R, and Ma, K (2013).
Visual exploration of academic career paths
ACM Proceedings of the 2013 IEEE/ACM International Conference on Advances in Social Networks Analysis and Mining.

Faris, R (2012).
Aggression, exclusivity, and status attainment in interpersonal networks
Social forces, 90(4):1207--1235.

Hibel, J and Jasper, AD (2012).
Delayed special education placement for learning disabilities among children of immigrants
Social forces, 91(2):503--530.

McCarthy, B, Benoit, C, Jansson, M, and Kolar, K (2012).
Regulating Sex Work: Heterogeneity in Legal Strategies
Annual Review of Law and Social Science, 8:255--271.

Shu, X and Zhu, Y (2012).
Uneven transitions: Period- and cohort-related changes in gender attitudes in China, 1995-2007
Social Science Research, 41(5):1100--1115.

Stegman, MA and Faris, R (2012).
Banking and Welfare Reform: Results of the North Carolina Financial Services Survey
University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill.

Amenta, E and Halfmann, D (2011).
Opportunity knocks: The trouble with political opportunity and what you can do about it
In: Contention in Context: Political Opportunities and the Emergence of Protest. Stanford University Press, chap. Opportunity knocks: The trouble with political opportunity and what you can do about it.

Dorius, C, Booth, A, Hibel, J, Granger, DA, and Johnson, D (2011).
Parents' testosterone and children's perception of parent–child relationship quality
Hormones and behavior, 60(5):512--519.

Faris, R and Felmlee, D (2011).
Social networks and aggression at the Wheatley school
CNN Report.

Halfmann, D (2011).
Doctors and Demonstrators: How Political Institutions Shape Abortion Law in the United States, Britain, and Canada
University of Chicago Press. (ISBN: 0226313441).

Halfmann, D (2011).
Recognizing medicalization and demedicalization: Discourses, practices, and identities
HEALTH, 16(2):186--207.

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