Graduate Student Publications
The Department of Sociology is pleased to feature the works and publications of our graduate students. Below are current publications from our graduate students. If you would like to contact the author for more information, please see the current graduate student profiles for contact information. For information on showcasing your publication, please contact Leah Elms.
- Social relationships and physiological determinants of longevity across the human life span
- The physiological impacts of wealth shocks in late life: Evidence from the Great Recession
- The Rise of Inequality: How Social Movements Shape Discursive Fields
- The Civic Engagement Gap(s): Youth Participation and Inequality From 1976 to 2009
- Occupy Online: How Cute Old Men and Malcolm X Recruited 400,000 US Users to OWS on Facebook
- Local Protest and Federal Policy: The Impact of the Civil Rights Movement on the 1964 Civil Rights Act
- A Social Movement Online Community: Stormfront and the White Nationalist Movement
- Dimensions of Job Quality, Mechanisms, and Subjective Well-Being in the United States
- Does College Influence Sociopolitical Attitudes?
- Doing Less with More: Cohorts, Education, and Civic Participation in America
- When love meets hate: The relationship between state policies on gay and lesbian rights and hate crime incidence
- The interplay of spatial diffusion and marital assimilation of Mexicans in the United States, 1980–2011
- Implications of Mexican Health Care Reform on the Health Coverage of Nonmigrants and Returning Migrants
- New Skills, New Jobs: Return Migration, Skill Transfers, and Business Formation in Mexico