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The University of Chicago Press: American Journal of Sociology: Table of Contents

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American Journal of Sociology, Volume 125, Issue 2, September 2019.

 

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Social Inequality, Criminal Justice, and Race in Tennessee: 1960–2014 by Gerald K. Fosten

American Journal of Sociology, Volume 125, Issue 2, Page 594-596, September 2019.

 

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From Miracle to Mirage: The Making and Unmaking of the Korean Middle Class, 1960–2015 by Myungji Yang

American Journal of Sociology, Volume 125, Issue 2, Page 627-629, September 2019.

 

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Decoupling: Marital Violence and the Struggle to Divorce in China

American Journal of Sociology, Volume 125, Issue 2, Page 325-381, September 2019.

 

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When Police Use Force: Context, Methods, and Outcomes by Craig Boylstein

American Journal of Sociology, Volume 125, Issue 2, Page 583-585, September 2019.

 

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War, Women, and Power: From Violence to Mobilization in Rwanda and Bosnia-Herzegovina by Marie E. Berry

American Journal of Sociology, Volume 125, Issue 2, Page 579-581, September 2019.

 

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Research Universities and the Public Good: Discovery for an Uncertain Future by Jason Owen-Smith

American Journal of Sociology, Volume 125, Issue 2, Page 610-612, September 2019.

 

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Gender Pay Gaps in U.S. Federal Science Agencies: An Organizational Approach

American Journal of Sociology, Volume 125, Issue 2, Page 534-576, September 2019.

 

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Beyond the City and the Bridge: East Asian Immigration in a New Jersey Suburb by Noriko Matsumoto

American Journal of Sociology, Volume 125, Issue 2, Page 608-610, September 2019.

 

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Errata

American Journal of Sociology, Volume 125, Issue 2, Page 632-632, September 2019.

 

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How Do Criminal Courts Respond in Times of Crisis? Evidence from 9/11

American Journal of Sociology, Volume 125, Issue 2, Page 485-533, September 2019.

 

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The Logics of Gender Justice: State Action on Women’s Rights around the World by Mala Htun and S. Laurel Weldon

American Journal of Sociology, Volume 125, Issue 2, Page 599-600, September 2019.

 

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America, As Seen on TV: How Television Shapes Immigrant Expectations around the Globe by Clara E. Rodríguez

American Journal of Sociology, Volume 125, Issue 2, Page 614-616, September 2019.

 

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America Classifies the Immigrants: From Ellis Island to the 2020 Census by Joel Perlmann

American Journal of Sociology, Volume 125, Issue 2, Page 612-614, September 2019.

 

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The Myth of Millionaire Tax Flight: How Place Still Matters for the Rich by Cristobal Young

American Journal of Sociology, Volume 125, Issue 2, Page 629-631, September 2019.

 

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French Gastronomy and the Magic of Americanism by Rick Fantasia

American Journal of Sociology, Volume 125, Issue 2, Page 592-594, September 2019.

 

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Words of Passage: National Longing and the Imagined Lives of Mexican Migrants by Hilary Parsons Dick

American Journal of Sociology, Volume 125, Issue 2, Page 587-589, September 2019.

 

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Pathways of Desire: The Sexual Migration of Mexican Gay Men by Héctor Carrillo

American Journal of Sociology, Volume 125, Issue 2, Page 585-587, September 2019.

 

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American Journal of Sociology

Established in 1895 as the first U.S. scholarly journal in its field, the American Journal of Sociology (AJS) remains a leading voice for analysis and research in the social sciences. The journal presents pathbreaking work from all areas of sociology, with an emphasis on theory building and innovative methods. AJS strives to speak to the general sociological reader and is open to sociologically informed contributions from anthropologists, statisticians, economists, educators, historians, and political scientists. AJS prizes research that offers new ways of understanding the social.

AJS offers a substantial book review section that identifies the most salient work of both emerging and enduring scholars of social science. Commissioned review essays appear two or three times a year, offering the journal's readers a comparative, in-depth examination of prominent titles.

Although AJS publishes a very small percentage of the papers submitted to it, a double-blind review process is available to all qualified submissions, making the journal a center for exchange and debate "behind" the printed page and contributing to the robustness of social science research in general.

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