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Economics, Health, Sociology - October 19, 2014 - Comments Off on Do People in Equal Societies Live Longer? The Relative Income Hypothesis in Light of Panel Data

Do People in Equal Societies Live Longer? The Relative Income Hypothesis in Light of Panel Data

Health, Sociology - February 5, 2014 - Comments Off on La Vie Avec L’asthme: Analysis of Asthma Susceptibility Differences Between Immigrant and Native Populations in France

La Vie Avec L’asthme: Analysis of Asthma Susceptibility Differences Between Immigrant and Native Populations in France

Energy, Sociology - February 5, 2014 - Comments Off on Making it Personal: How Anti-Fracking Organizations Frame Their Messages

Making it Personal: How Anti-Fracking Organizations Frame Their Messages

Sociology - October 25, 2013 - Comments Off on The New Elitists

The New Elitists

Health, Sociology - October 25, 2013 - Comments Off on Pedaling and Public Health: Evaluating a Proposed Bike-Share Program in Philadelphia From a Public Health Perspective

Pedaling and Public Health: Evaluating a Proposed Bike-Share Program in Philadelphia From a Public Health Perspective

Political Science, Sociology - September 16, 2013 - Comments Off on Changing Frames of Ethanol Policy in Congress and the Media

Changing Frames of Ethanol Policy in Congress and the Media

Health, Sociology - September 16, 2013 - Comments Off on Optimizing Social-Affiliation Networks of the Players in a Health Care Game

Optimizing Social-Affiliation Networks of the Players in a Health Care Game

Sociology - May 21, 2012 - Comments Off on Forced Marriage and the Absence of Gang Rape: Explaining Sexual Violence by the Lord’s Resistance Army in Northern Uganda

Forced Marriage and the Absence of Gang Rape: Explaining Sexual Violence by the Lord’s Resistance Army in Northern Uganda

Sociology - May 21, 2012 - Comments Off on Making Slums Governable: Integration and Resistance in a Nairobi Slum

Making Slums Governable: Integration and Resistance in a Nairobi Slum

Sociology - May 21, 2012 - Comments Off on Political Machine or Kinship Together? The Cultural Making of Winners and Losers in Democratic Brooklyn’s Sectarian Subsidy Politics

Political Machine or Kinship Together? The Cultural Making of Winners and Losers in Democratic Brooklyn’s Sectarian Subsidy Politics