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  1. The Paradox of Generosity: Giving We Receive, Grasping We Lose

    The Paradox of Generosity: Giving We Receive, Grasping We Lose

  2. Review Essays: Crisis of Neoliberalism, Crisis of the World?

    Richard Lachman reviews The Rise and Fall of Neoliberal Capitalism by David M. Kotz, and The World is Out of Joint: World-Historical Interpretations of Continuing Polarizations by Immanuel Wallerstein

  3. Review Essays: What Time Shows Us about Inequality, Gender, and Power at Work

    Allison J. Pugh reviews Unequal Time: Gender, Class, and Family in Employment Schedules by Dan Clawson and Naomi Gerstel

  4. Review Essays: Roll Over Sam Gompers: Race, Class, Culture, and Revolution

    Corey W. Dolgon reviews Tell Tchaikovsky the News: Rock 'n' Roll, the Labor Question, and the Musicians' Union, 1942-1968

  5. Survey Essay: Reductionism and its Critics in Political Science

    Survey Essay: Reductionism and its Critics in Political Science

  6. Review Essays: Unforeseen Roads to Antiracism

    Christina A. Sue reviews Culling the Masses: The Democratic Origins of Racist Immigration Policy in the Americas by David Scott FitzGerald and David Cook-Martin.

  7. Review Essays: Why Southern History Matters

    Stewart E. Tolnay reviews Between Slavery and Capitalism: The Legacy of Emancipation in the American South by Martin Ruef

  8. Review Essays: Out of Control: The French Police and the Rule of Law

    John Van Maanen reviews Enforcing Order: An Ethnography of Urban Policing by Didier Fassin

  9. Stuck in Unhealthy Places: How Entering, Exiting, and Remaining in Poor and Nonpoor Neighborhoods Is Associated with Obesity during the Transition to Adulthood

    Adolescents from poor versus nonpoor neighborhoods are more likely to become obese during the transition to adulthood. It is unclear whether this pertains to all adolescents from poor neighborhoods or only those who remain in disadvantaged settings. Further, it is unknown how neighborhood poverty entries and exits are associated with obesity.

  10. How Initial Prevalence Moderates Network-based Smoking Change: Estimating Contextual Effects with Stochastic Actor-based Models

    We use an empirically grounded simulation model to examine how initial smoking prevalence moderates the effectiveness of potential interventions designed to change adolescent smoking behavior. Our model investigates the differences that result when manipulating peer influence and smoker popularity as intervention levers.