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Social Forces, ISSN 0037-7732, 06/2019
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Socio-Economic Review, ISSN 1475-1461, 07/2016, Volume 14, Issue 3, pp. 461 - 482
While recent research has stressed the importance of emotions in economic transactions, scholars have generally overlooked the role of market intermediaries in... 
Social interactions | Identity | Preferences | Valuation | Occupations | Consumers | preferences | valuation | identity | POLITICAL SCIENCE | social interactions | ECONOMIC-ACTION | WORK | consumers | ECONOMICS | occupations | SOCIOLOGY
Journal Article
The Sociological Quarterly, ISSN 0038-0253, 09/2016, Volume 57, Issue 4, pp. 711 - 732
Pimps, or male managers of female sex workers, are commonly represented in popular culture as hypermasculine and as a ubiquitous part of sex work. However,... 
sex and gender | power | masculinity | work and occupations | sex work | SYSTEM | GLASS ESCALATOR | PROSTITUTION | TRAFFICKING | VIOLENCE | WOMEN | CITY | MEN | PIMP | HEGEMONIC MASCULINITY | SOCIOLOGY | Masculinity | Prostitution | Ethnography | Popular culture | Sex role identity | Decision making | Work organization | Sociology | Sex industry | Gender identity
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Sociological Theory, ISSN 0735-2751, 6/2017, Volume 35, Issue 2, pp. 147 - 153
Sociology must worry less about theoretical innovation and more about empirical description. 
cultural capital | theoretical concepts | empirical description | ARTS | science | SOCIOLOGY | Sociology | Theory | Empirical methods | Sociological theory | Innovations
Journal Article
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, ISSN 0027-8424, 4/2015, Volume 112, Issue 16, pp. 4994 - 4998
The hypothesis of neighborhood stigma predicts that individuals who reside in areas known for high crime, poverty, disorder, and/or racial isolation embody the... 
Transactions | Discrimination | Neighborhoods | Stigma | MATTER | stigma | neighborhoods | CITY | MULTIDISCIPLINARY SCIENCES | RACE | FIELD EXPERIMENT | discrimination | transactions | ONLINE MARKET | Models, Theoretical | Residence Characteristics | Social Stigma | Time Factors | Humans | Socioeconomic Factors | Stigma (Social psychology) | Research | Segregation | Hypothesis | Social Sciences
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City & Community, ISSN 1535-6841, 09/2017, Volume 16, Issue 3, pp. 244 - 251
Journal Article
Sociological Forum, ISSN 0884-8971, 12/2017, Volume 32, Issue 4, pp. 850 - 873
This article leverages a unique data set, recently developed regression methods, and qualitative interviews to investigate the multiple ways real estate agents... 
upselling | racial inequality | segregation | housing | bias | real estate agents | NEIGHBORHOODS | RESIDENTIAL SEGREGATION | WHITE | INEQUALITY | TRANSACTIONS | DISCRIMINATION | PREFERENCES | RACE | BLACK | SPATIAL DYNAMICS | SOCIOLOGY | Racial segregation | Neighborhoods | Segregation | Residential segregation | Housing market | Inequality
Journal Article
City & Community, ISSN 1535-6841, 09/2017, Volume 16, Issue 3, pp. 244 - 251
Journal Article
City & Community, ISSN 1535-6841, 06/2019, Volume 18, Issue 2, pp. 529 - 555
Scholarship on discrimination consistently shows that non‐Whites are at a disadvantage in obtaining goods and services relative to Whites. To a lesser extent,... 
VIOLENCE | URBAN STUDIES | INEQUALITY | CONSEQUENCES | GENDER | NEIGHBORHOOD | SEGREGATION | METROPOLIS | EMPLOYMENT DISCRIMINATION | LABOR-MARKET | DIRECTIONS | SOCIOLOGY | Merchants | Poverty | Neighborhoods | Stigma | Disadvantaged | Markets | Whites | Residence | Minority & ethnic groups | Ethnicity | Discrimination | Ethnic neighborhoods | Race | Ethnic groups | Internet | Privilege | Racism
Journal Article
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, ISSN 0027-8424, 04/2015, Volume 112, Issue 16, p. 4994
  The hypothesis of neighborhood stigma predicts that individuals who reside in areas known for high crime, poverty, disorder, and/or racial isolation embody... 
Neighborhoods | Social networks | Perceptions | Advertisements | Social life & customs
Journal Article
01/2017, ISBN 9780355406993
How do our preferences change? We like to believe that when we buy things, especially things as expensive and consequential for our lives as a house, we know... 
Sociology
Dissertation
Brain, ISSN 0006-8950, 07/2010, Volume 133, Issue 7, pp. 2069 - 2088
Primary progressive aphasia is a clinical syndrome defined by progressive deficits isolated to speech and/or language, and can be classified into non-fluent,... 
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05/2016, 1, Oxford Handbooks, ISBN 0199914052
This article examines theory and evidence on the association between poverty and crime at both the individual and community levels. It begins with a review of... 
property crime | violent offenses | delinquency | crime | victimization | poverty | neighborhood | community | violent behavior | criminal activity
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