Chapter 2: The Process and Problems of Social Research
Research that Matters:
Research about Social Problems:
- Hampton, Keith N. and Barry Wellman. 2001. “Long Distance Community in the Network Society.” American Behavioral Scientist 45:476–495.
- Glavin, Paul, Scott Shieman, and Sarah Reid. 2011. “Boundary-Spanning Work Demands and Their Consequences for Guilt and Psychological Distress.” Journal of Health and Social Behavior, 52(1):43-57.
- Cohen, Susan G. and Gerald E. Ledford, Jr. 1994. “The Effectiveness of Self-Managing Teams: A Quasi-Experiment.” Human Relations 47:13–43.
- Petts, Richard J. 2009. Family and Religious Characteristics’ Influence on Delinquency Trajectories from Adolescence to Young Adulthood.” American Sociological Review, 74:465-483.
- Budig, Michelle J. and Melissa J. Hodges. (2010). “Differences in Disadvantage: Variation in the Motherhood Penalty across White Women’s Earnings Distribution.” American Sociological Review, 75(5):705-728.
- Kirk, David. 2009. “A Natural Experiment on Residential Change and Recidivism: Lessons from Hurricane Katrina.” American Sociological Review, 74:484-505.
- Graham, Kathryn, Sharon Bernards, Sharon C. Wilsnack, and Gerhard Gmel. 2011. “Alcohol May Not Cause Partner Violence But It Seems to Make It Worse: A Cross National Comparison of the Relationship Between Alcohol and Severity of Partner Violence.” Journal of Interpersonal Violence, 26(8):1503-1523.