Recent Publications Archive

Das, Aniruddha. 2019. “Genes, depressive symptoms, and chronic stressors: A nationally representative longitudinal study in the United States.” Social Science & Medicine 242:112586.

Das, Aniruddha. 2019. “Chronic Ongoing Stressors and C-Reactive Protein: A Within-Person Study.” Journal of Aging and Health [online first].

Luthra, Renee, Thomas Soehl and Roger Waldinger. 2019. “Origins and Destination: A Rejoinder.” Ethnic and Racial Studies [online first].

Pesando, Luca M. and the GFC team. 2019. “Global Family Change: Persistent Diversity with Development.” Population and Development Review, 45 (1): 133-168.

Vang, Zoua M. and Yvonne Chang. 2019. “Immigrants’ Experiences of Everyday Discrimination in Canada: Unpacking the Contributions of Assimilation, Race, and Early Socialization.” International Migration Review 53(2): 602-631.

Das, Aniruddha. 2019. “Loneliness Does (Not) Have Cardiometabolic Effects: A Longitudinal Study of Older Adults in Two Countries.” Social Science & Medicine 223: 104-112.

Eidlin, Barry. 2018. Labor and the Class Idea in the United States and Canada. Cambridge University Press, Cambridge Studies in Contentious Politics series.

Jenkins, J. Craig, Jason T. Carmichael, Robert J. Brulle and Heather Boughton. 2017. “Foundation Funding of the Environmental Movement.” American Behavioural Scientist 61(13): 1640-1657.

Martin, Danielle, Ashley P. Miller, Amélie Quesnel-Vallée, Nadine R. Caron, Bilkis Vissandjé and Gregory P. Marchildon. 2018. “Achieving the potential of Canada’s universal health care system.” The Lancet. Canada Series: 11-28. 391(10131):P1718-P1735

Elrick, Jennifer and Elke Winter. 2018. “Managing the National Status Group: Immigration Policy in Germany.” International Migration 56(4): 19-32.

Weinfeld, Morton, Randal F. Schnoor and Michelle Shames. 2018. Like Everyone Else but Different: The Paradoxical Success of Canadian Jews. McGill - Queeen’s University Press (Second edition, revised and updated).

McMahan, Peter and James Evans. 2018. “Ambiguity and Academic Engagement.” American Journal of Sociology 124(3): 860-912.

Luthra, Renee R., Thomas Soehl and Roger Waldinger. 2018. Origins and Destinations: The Making of the Second Generation. New York: Russell Sage Foundation.

Brauner-Otto, Sarah R. and Claudia Geist. 2018. “Uncertainty, Doubts, and Delays: Economic Context and Fertility Expectations Among Young Americans.” Journal of Family and Economic Issues 39: 88-102.

Clark, Shelley, Marianne Paul, Richmond Aryeetey and Grace Marquis. 2018. “An Assets-Based Approach to Promoting Girls’ Financial Literacy, Savings, and Education.” Journal of Adolescence 68: 94-104.

Livingstone, Anne-Marie and Morton Weinfeld. 2017. “Black Students and High school Completion in Quebec and Ontario: A Multivariate Analysis.” Canadian Review of Sociology 52(2): 174-197.

van den Berg, Axel, Charles Plante, Hicham Raïq, Christine Proulx and Samuel Faustmann. 2017. Combatting Poverty : Quebec’s Pursuit of a Distinctive Welfare State. University of Toronto Press.

Shor, Eran, David Roelfs and Zoua M. Vang. 2017. “The Hispanic Mortality Paradox Revisited: Meta-analysis and Meta-regression of Life-Course Differentials in Latin American and Caribbean Immigrants’ Mortality.” Social Science & Medicine 186:20-33.

MacRae, Heather and Elaine Weiner. 2017. Towards Gendering Institutionalism: Equality in Europe. London: Rowman & Littlefield International (Feminist Institutionalist Perspectives series).

Falconer, James and Amélie Quesnel-Vallée. 2017. “A pathway from poor self-rated health to mortality: Explanatory power of disease diagnosis.” Social Science & Medicine 190: 227-236.

Doering, Jan. 2017. “Afraid of Walking Home from the 'L' at Night? The Politics of Crime and Race in Integrated Neighborhoods.” Social Problems 64(2): 277-297.

Carmichael, Jason T., Robert J. Brulle and Joanna K. Huxter. 2017. “The Great Divide: Understanding the Role of the Media and Other Drivers of the Partisan Divide in Public Concern over Climate Change in the U.S., 2001-2014.” Climate Change 141:599-612.

Lange, Matthew. 2017. Killing Others: A Natural History of Ethnic Violence. Ithaca: Cornell University Press.

Smith, Michael R., Sean Waite and Claire Durand. 2017. “Gender differences in the earnings produced by a middle range education: The case of Canadian ‘colleges’.” Social Science Research 66: 140-153.

Brauner-Otto, Sarah R. and William G. Axinn. 2017. “Natural resource collection and desired family size: A longitudinal test of environment-population theories.” Population and Environment 38: 381-406.

Clark, Shelley, Sangeetha Madhavan, Cassandra Cotton, Donatien Beguy and Caroline Kabiru. 2017. “Who Helps Single Mothers in Nairobi?: The Role of Kin Support.” Journal of Marriage and Family 79(4): 1186-1204.

Soehl, Thomas. 2017. “Social Reproduction of Religiosity in the Immigrant Context: The Role of Family Transmission and Family Formation – Evidence from France.” International Migration Review 51(4): 999-1030.

Das, Aniruddha and Stephanie Nairn. 2016. “Religious Attendance and Physiological Problems in Late Life.” Journals of Gerontology: Social Sciences 71(2): 291-308.

Eidlin, Barry. 2016. “Why is There No Labor Party in the United States? Political Articulation and the Canadian Comparison, 1932-1948.” American Sociological Review 81(3): 488-516.

Le Bourdais, Céline, Sung-Hee Jeon, Shelley Clark and Évelyne Lapierre-Adamcyk. 2016. “Impact of Conjugal Separation on Women’s Income in Canada – Does the Type of Union Matter?Demographic Research 35(50): 1489-1522.

Shor, Eran. 2016. “Counterterrorist Legislation and Subsequent Terrorism: Does it Work?Social Forces 95(2): 525-557.

Roychowdhury, Poulami. 2016. “Desire, Rights, Entitlements: Organizational Strategies in War on Violence.” Signs: Journal of Women in Culture and Society 41(4): 793-820.

Vang, Zoua M. 2016. “Infant Mortality among the Canadian-born Offspring of Immigrants and Non-immigrants in Canada: A Population-based Study.” Population Health Metrics 14: 32.

Eran Shor and David Roelfs. 2015. “Social Contact Frequency and All-cause Mortality: A Meta-analysis and Meta-regression.” Social Science & Medicine 128:76-86.

John A. Hall. 2015. “Varieties of State Experience”, in S. Leibried, E. Huber, M. Lange, J.D. Levy and J.D. Stephens (eds), The Oxford Handbook of Transformations of the State, New York: Oxford University Press, Pp. 61-74.

John A. Hall, Ove Korsgaard and Ove K. Pedersen (eds.) 2015. Building the Nation: Nikolai Grundtvig and Danish National Identity, Quebec: McGill-Queen's University Press.

John A. Hall and John L. Campbell. 2015. “Small States, Nationalism and Institutional Capacities: An Explanation of the Difference in Response of Ireland and Denmark to the Financial Crisis”, European Journal of Sociology, 56(1): 143-174.

Campbell, John L. and John A. Hall. 2015. The World of States, New York: Bloomsbury Academic. 

Dana Hamplová, Céline Le Bourdais and Évelyne Lapierre-Adamcyk. 2014. “Is the Cohabitation-Marriage Gap in Money Pooling Universal?” Journal of Marriage and Family 76 (5): 983-997.

Christine Proulx and and Céline Le Bourdais. 2014. “The Impact of Providing Care on the Risk of Leaving Employment in Canada.” Canadian Journal on Aging 33 (4): 488-503.

Morton Weinfeld. 2014. “If Canada and Israel are at War, who gets my support? Challenges of Competing Diaspora Loyalties.” (Marshall Sklare Award Lecture.) Contemporary Jewry 34(3):167-187.

Morton Weinfeld and Randal Schnoor. 2014. “The Demography of Canadian Jewry, and the “Census” of 2011: Challenges and Results”. In A. Dashefsky and I. Sheskin (eds), The American Jewish Yearbook v114. Dordrecht: Springer. Pp. 285-300.

Andreas Wimmer and Thomas Soehl. 2014. “Blocked Acculturation: Cultural Heterodoxy among Europe’s Immigrants” American Journal of Sociology 120(1):146-186.

Elaine Weiner and Heather MacRae. 2014. “The persistent invisibility of gender in EU policy: Introduction”, European Integration online Papers (EIoP), Special issue 1, 18(3): 1-20.

Jason O. Jensen and John A. Hall. 2014. “The decomposition of the Danish imperial monarchy” Nations and Nationalism 20(4):742-759.

John A. Hall. 2014. “A New Paradigm?”. European Journal of Sociology  55:451-457.

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