Publications

  • "A Comparison of Hometown Socioeconomics and Demographics for Black and White Elite Football Players in the US"
    Dr. Rachel Allison, Mr. Adriene Davis, and Dr. Raymond Barranco, "A Comparison of Hometown Socioeconomics and Demographics for Black and White Elite Football Players in the US" 
  • Allison and Ralston
    Allison, Rachel, and Margaret Ralston. 2017. “Gender, Anticipated Family Formation, and Graduate School Expectations among Undergraduates.” Sociological Forum DOI 10.1111/socf.12400.
  • Cover for Dr. Rachel Allison, Journal of Sport & Social Issues,  "Business or Cause: Gendered Institutional Logics in Women's Professional Soccer”
    Dr. Rachel Allison, Journal of Sport & Social Issues,  "Business or Cause: Gendered Institutional Logics in Women's Professional Soccer”
  • Allison and Risman
    Allison, Rachel, and Barbara J. Risman. 2017. “Marriage Delay, Time to Play? Marital Horizons and Hooking Up in College.” Sociological Inquiry 87(3): 472-500. 
  • Cover for Dr. Raymond Barranco, Social Science Research, “Walking ATMs and the Immigration Spillover Effect: The Link Between Latino Immigration and Robbery Victimization.” 
    Dr. Raymond Barranco, Social Science Research, “Walking ATMs and the Immigration Spillover Effect: The Link Between Latino Immigration and Robbery Victimization.” 
  • Barranco, Raymond E., Casey T. Harris, and Ben Feldmeyer. Forthcoming. “Revisiting Violence in New Destinations: Exploring the D
    Barranco, Raymond E., Casey T. Harris, and Ben Feldmeyer. Forthcoming. “Revisiting Violence in New Destinations: Exploring the Drop in Latino Homicide Victimization in New Destinations, 2000-2010.” Sociological Spectrum.
  • Barranco, Raymond E., Edward S. Shihadeh, and David Allan Evans. Forthcoming. “Reconsidering the Unusual Suspect: Latino Immigra
    Barranco, Raymond E., Edward S. Shihadeh, and David Allan Evans. Forthcoming. “Reconsidering the Unusual Suspect: Latino Immigration and the 1990’s Crime Decline.” Sociological Inquiry.
  • Robert L. Boyd, Race and Social Problems, “Black Women Social Workers in the Great Depression: A Test of Sheltered Labor Market
    Robert L. Boyd, Race and Social Problems, “Black Women Social Workers in the Great Depression: A Test of Sheltered Labor Market Theory.” (doi.org/10.1007/s12552-017-9220-2).

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