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Evaluation: A Systematic Approach.
Of Human Bonding: Parent/Child Relations Across the Life Course
This life-course analysis of family development focuses on the social dynamics among family members. It features parent-child relationships in a larger context, by examining the help exchange between… Expand
Evaluation: A Systematic Approach
The measurement of SES in health research: current practice and steps toward a new approach.
The resurgence of social epidemiology has yet to induce corresponding research into basic measurement issues. This paper aims to motivate investigators to refocus attention on the measurement of… Expand
Why Families Move: A Study in the Social Psychology of Urban Residential Mobility.
Why Families Move
- P. Rossi
When Why Families Move first appeared in 1956, it represented one of the first major attempts to examine residential mobility and its implications for social policy. In presenting the second edition,… Expand
The social benefits of homeownership: Empirical evidence from national surveys
Abstract Claims that homeownership is beneficial to both owners and society have not been examined empirically. This article explores evidence from the General Social Survey and the National Survey… Expand
Social Science Research and Contemporary Studies of Homelessness
This review takes stock of contemporary social science research on homelessness. Research on homelessness in the 1980s has been prompted by the increased numbers and visibility of homeless persons… Expand
Measuring social judgments : the factorial survey approach
'Assign this book in a graduate social psychology methods course. It deserves to be read by social psychologists, and the factorial survey technique should be fully integrated into the tool kit of… Expand