Chapter 8: Survey Research
Research that Matters:
Research about Social Problems:
- Bell, Joyce B. and Douglas Hartmann. 2007. “Diversity in Everyday Discourse: The Cultural Ambiguities and Consequences of “Happy Talk.” American Sociological Review, 72(6):895-914.
- Harding, David J. 2007. “Cultural Context, Sexual Behavior, and Romantic Relationships in Disadvantaged Neighborhoods.” American Sociological Review, 72:341-364.
- Petts, Richard J. 2011. “Family and Religious Characteristics’ Influence on Delinquency Trajectories from Adolescence to Young Adulthood.” American Sociological Review, 74:465-483.
- 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.
- Briscoe, Forrest and Katherine C. Kellogg. 2011. “The Initial Assignment Effect: Local Employer Practices and Positive Career Outcomes for Work-Family Program Users.” American Sociological Review, 76(2):291-319.