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2014, Strategies for social inquiry, ISBN 9781107684768, ix, 162
Social scientists have identified a need to move beyond the analysis of correlation among variables to the study of causal mechanisms that link them. Nicholas... 
Mixed methods research | Research | Social sciences | Causation
Book
2015, Studies in postwar American political development, ISBN 0199756112, xiii, 256
The 'global rise of judicial powe' has been called one of the most significant developments in late twentieth and early twenty-first century politics. In this... 
Asbestos | Compensation (Law) | Torts | Law and legislation | United States | Personal injuries | Vaccines | Government policy | Damages | Products liability | Disability insurance | US politics
Book
Sociological Methods & Research, ISSN 0049-1241, 8/2016, Volume 45, Issue 3, pp. 424 - 457
Journal Article
Law & Social Inquiry, ISSN 0897-6546, 12/2009, Volume 34, Issue 1, pp. 5 - 29
A central question in American policy making is when should courts address complex policy issues, as opposed to defer to other forums? Legal process analysis... 
Policy making | Legalism | Asbestos | Administrative expenses | Torts | Litigation | Social law | Victim compensation | Judges | Tort law | UNITED-STATES | LAW | PUBLIC CONFIDENCE | POLITICS | LAWYERS | SUPREME-COURT | SCIENCE | STATUTES | AMCHEM | FEDERAL-COURTS | Policy sciences | Laws, regulations and rules | Mass tort suits | Analysis | Judicial process | Public policy | Public health
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Political Research Quarterly, ISSN 1065-9129, 12/2008, Volume 61, Issue 4, pp. 636 - 648
The institutional development literature has begun to move beyond the concept of punctuated equilibrium and consider how the forces of stability and change... 
Defendants | Asbestos | Political science | Criminal conversion | Torts | Litigation | Physical trauma | Administrative courts | Business structures | Tort law | Institutional change | Court-Congress relations | American political development | TRIAL | POLICY | court-Congress relations | QUIET REVOLUTION | POLITICAL SCIENCE | PATH DEPENDENCE | POLITICS | institutional change | LIABILITY | Tremolite | Innovations
Journal Article
06/2014, Strategies for social inquiry, ISBN 9781107041066, 160
Social scientists have identified a need to move beyond the analysis of correlation among variables to the study of causal mechanisms that link them. Nicholas... 
Social sciences
eBook
Judicature, ISSN 0022-5800, 03/2013, Volume 96, Issue 5, p. 232
  Kagan attributed this profusion of law to "the relentless pressures of technological change, geographic mobility, global economic competition, and... 
Studies | Sexual harassment | Political activism | Debates | Civil rights | Politics | Regulation | Society | Public policy | Comparative analysis | Legal reform
Journal Article
Justice System Journal, ISSN 0098-261X, 05/2007, Volume 28, Issue 2, pp. 157 - 181
On its face, the asbestos case seems a quintessential example of the obstacles to enacting major tort reform in the United States, even when judges repeatedly... 
Asbestos | Corporations | Torts | Litigation | Attorneys | Judges | Bankruptcy Code | Political reform | Business structures | Tort law | TRIAL | POLICY | LAW | QUIET REVOLUTION | WONT | POLITICS | LAWYERS | LIABILITY | STATE | Politics | Legal reform | Bills
Journal Article
09/2009, ISBN 9781848559301, Volume 48
The empirical literature that attempts to study rights is at an impasse. It can demonstrate that big claims about how some rights structure politics are... 
Book Chapter
Journal of the International Association of Providers of AIDS Care (JIAPAC), ISSN 2325-9574, 3/2014, Volume 13, Issue 2, pp. 135 - 144
We tested a couples HIV testing and counseling (CHTC) intervention with male couples in Atlanta by randomizing eligible couples to receive either CHTC or... 
HIV | male couples | testing services | men who have sex with men | HIV Infections - prevention & control | Spouse Abuse | United States | Humans | Middle Aged | Male | Patient Satisfaction | Young Adult | Family Characteristics | Homosexuality, Male | Patient Acceptance of Health Care | HIV Infections - diagnosis | Adolescent | Counseling - methods | Adult | Sexual Partners
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Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, ISSN 0962-8452, 02/2017, Volume 284, Issue 1849, pp. 20162867 - 20162867
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Journal of Experimental Biology, ISSN 0022-0949, 02/2010, Volume 213, Issue 3, pp. 502 - 509
Larvae of the freeze-avoiding beetle Cucujus clavipes puniceus (Coleoptera: Cucujidae) in Alaska have mean supercooling points in winter of -35 to -42 degrees... 
Differential scanning calorimetry | SCP | Supercooling point | DSC | Thermal hysteresis | AFP | Antifreeze protein | Adaptation, Physiological | Water | Animals | Snow | Ecosystem | Survival Analysis | Alaska | Calorimetry, Differential Scanning | Larva - physiology | Seasons | Freezing | Coleoptera - physiology | Physiological aspects | Beetles | Cold adaptation | Methods
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The Lancet Infectious Diseases, ISSN 1473-3099, 09/2018, Volume 18, Issue 9, pp. 948 - 949
Journal Article
Journal of the Royal Society Interface, ISSN 1742-5689, 03/2013, Volume 10, Issue 80, p. 20120838
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