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In four U.S. cities, contemporary activists commemorate dyke bars as a strategy for establishing social ties, rather than political mobilization, with other gender and sexual minorities without replicating past exclusions. Activists aim to accomplish their goal by centering two frames: “critical...
Based on predictions derived from migration systems theory, this study argues that chain-like international migratory exchanges tend to be organized as transitive structures patterned along an intelligible hierarchy of attractiveness between countries. To test this idea, harmonized bilateral...
This article advances and tests hypotheses on arrest in the lives of 1,057 individuals from an original longitudinal study of multiple birth cohorts who came of age during a period of considerable social change in the last quarter-century. The authors show that large cohort differences in the...
The authors propose a new methodological framework for studying status exchange in marriage. As shown in recent debates on status-race or status-beauty exchange, the conventional log-linear modeling approach is prone to controversial specifications and alternative interpretations. This study...
Historically, the U.S. legal system formally institutionalized ancestry and appearance as the foundations of racial membership. Yet evidence suggests informal classification logics based on cultural cues like religion or language may have also long been present. Using a conjoint survey...
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