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Neighborhood Effects in Temporal Perspective
Theory suggests that neighborhood effects depend not only on where individuals live today, but also on where they lived in the past. Previous research, however, usually measures neighborhood contextExpand
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College Residence and Academic Performance: Who Benefits From Living on Campus?
Although previous research suggests that living on campus promotes a variety of desirable academic outcomes by enhancing students’ involvement and engagement with their institutions, research onExpand
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Neighborhood Effect Heterogeneity by Family Income and Developmental Period1
Effects of disadvantaged neighborhoods on child educational outcomes likely depend on a family’s economic resources and the timing of neighborhood exposures during the course of child development.Expand
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Duration and Timing of Exposure to Neighborhood Poverty and the Risk of Adolescent Parenthood
Theory suggests that the impact of neighborhood poverty depends on both the duration and timing of exposure. Previous research, however, has not properly analyzed the sequence of neighborhoods toExpand
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The Impact of Education on Inter-Group Attitudes: A Multiracial Analysis.
How does education affect racial attitudes? Past studies focus almost exclusively on Whites' attitudes toward Blacks, neglecting important minority populations. This study extends previous researchExpand
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Neighborhoods, Schools, and Academic Achievement: A Formal Mediation Analysis of Contextual Effects on Reading and Mathematics Abilities
Although evidence indicates that neighborhoods affect educational outcomes, relatively little research has explored the mechanisms thought to mediate these effects. This study investigates whetherExpand
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The Impact of Education on Intergroup Attitudes
How does education affect racial attitudes? Past studies focus almost exclusively on whites’ attitudes toward blacks, neglecting important minority populations. This study extends previous researchExpand
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Are Smart People Less Racist? Verbal Ability, Anti-Black Prejudice, and the Principle-Policy Paradox.
It is commonly hypothesized that higher cognitive abilities promote racial tolerance and a greater commitment to racial equality, but an alternative theoretical framework contends that higherExpand
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CONTINUITY AND CHANGE IN THE AMERICAN CLASS STRUCTURE: WORKPLACE OWNERSHIP AND AUTHORITY RELATIONS FROM 1972 TO 2010.
  • Geoffrey T. Wodtke
  • Political Science, Medicine
  • Research in social stratification and mobility
  • 1 December 2015
This study investigates changes in the American class structure-defined in terms of workplace ownership and authority relations-and trends in status group disparities in class attainment from 1972 toExpand
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How Family Poverty Intensifies the Impact of Concentrated Disadvantage on High School Graduation
Theory suggests that the effects of disadvantaged neighborhoods on child educational outcomes may depend on a family’s economic resources as well as the timing of neighborhood exposures during theExpand
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