CDE Working Papers - 1998
98-01
Steven P. Martin and Lawrence L. Wu. The Subsequent Fertility of Adolescent Mothers in the United States
98-02
Robert M. Hauser, Jennifer T. Sheridan, and John Robert Warren. Socioeconomic Achievements of Siblings in the Life Course: New Evidence from the Wisconsin Longitudinal Study. Abstract
98-03
John DeLamater, David Wagstaff, and Kayt Klein Havens.  The Impact of a Culturally Appropriate, STD/AIDS Education Intervention on Black Male Adolescents' Sexual and Condom Use BehaviorAbstract
98-04
John Robert Warren, Robert M. Hauser, and Jennifer T. Sheridan. The Process of Occupational Stratification Across the Life Course: Evidence from the Wisconsin Longitudinal Study
98-05
Miech, Richard A., Avshalom Caspi, Terrie E. Moffitt, Bradley E. Wright, and Phil A. Silva. Low Socioeconomic Status and Mental Disorders: A Longitudinal Study of Selection and Causation during Young Adulthood. Abstract
98-06
Miech, Richard A. and Robert M. Hauser. Social Class Indicators and Health at Midlife. Abstract
98-07 Revised, new title and content, August 2002
Robert M. Hauser. Meritocracy, Cognitive Ability, and the Sources of Occupational Success
98-08
Joseph G. Grzywacz and Nadine F. Marks. Family, Work, Work-Family Spillover and Alcohol Abuse During Midlife. Abstract
98-09
Molly Martin. The Intergenerational Relationship of Welfare Participation. Abstract
Published as: Martin, Molly A. 2003. "The Role of Family Income in the Intergenerational Association of AFDC Receipt." Journal of Marriage and Family, 65: 326-340..
98-10
Shawn Kanaiaupuni and Katharine Donato. Migradollars and Mortality: Migration and Infant Survival in Mexico. Abstract
98-11
Alberto Palloni. Theories and Models of Diffusion in Sociology
98-12 Updated April 2010
Hauser, Robert M. Intergenerational Economic Mobility in the United States: Measures, Differentials, and Trends. Abstract
98-13
Steven P. Martin. Survey Estimates of the Contraceptive Effect of Breastfeeding in the United States. Abstract
98-14
Thomas Wells. Changes in Occupational Sex Segregation During the 1980s and 1990s. Abstract
98-15
Note 1: A number of coding errors have been discovered and corrected since the original version of this working paper. Please discard that version, it will be replaced on the web soon.
Published: Bumpass, Larry and Hsien-Hen Lu. 2000. "Trends in cohabitation and implications for children's family contexts in the United States." Population Studies 54(1): 29-41.
Larry Bumpass and Hsien-Hen Lu. Trends in Cohabitation and Implications for Children’s Family Contexts in the U.S.
98-16
Amy L. Godecker, Elizabeth Thomson, Larry L. Bumpass. Changing Unions and Female Contraceptive Sterilization in the United States.
Published as: Godecker, Amy L., Elizabeth Thomson, and Larry L. Bumpass. 2001. "Union Status, Marital History, and Female Contraceptive Sterilization in the United States." Family Planning Perspectives 33:35-41,49.
98-17
Paul R. Voss, Roger B. Hammer, and Ann M. Meier. A Welfare Magnet and Brain Drain? A Case Study of Migration in a Medium Sized Metropolitan Area
98-18
Steven T. Cook, Enilda Arbona Delgado, Gary D. Sandefur. Coping with a Pre-Maritally Conceived Birth. Abstract
98-19
Carolyn A. Liebler and Gary D. Sandefur. Exchanging Social Support with Friends, Neighbors, and Coworkers. Abstract
98-20
Susan De Vos. Kinship Ties and Solitary Living Among Unmarried Elderly Women: Evidence from Chile and Mexico. Abstract
98-21
Susan De Vos. Nuptiality in Latin America: The View of a Sociologist and Family Demographer
98-22
Devah Pager. Occupational Apartheid: Persisting Racial Segregation in Jobs Beyond the Effects of Human Capital
98-23
Lina Guzman. The Use of Grandparents As Child Care Providers
98-24
Richard A. Miech, Michael J. Shanahan, and Glen H. Elder, Jr. Socioeconomic Status and Depression in Life-Course Perspective. Abstract
98-25
Joseph G. Grzywacz and Nadine F. Marks. Work, Family, and Exercise: Toward an Ecological Perspective. Abstract
98-26
Kristen Velyvis. The Sexual Networks of Migrant Serere Women and the Spread of HIV in Senegal. Abstract
98-27
Ann D. Bagchi. Women at Work: A Study of the Factors Influencing Women's Employment, 1972-1985
98-28
Ann D. Bagchi. Ties and Opportunities: The Effects of Legislative, Personal and Economic Conditions on the Development of Migrant Networks Among Professionals
98-29 Revised July 1999
Lincoln Quillian. Migration and the Maintenance of Racial Segregation. Abstract
98-30
Doris Slesinger and Julie Whitaker. A Portrait of Family Farmers in Wisconsin
98-31
Paula Fomby. Bringing the Household into the Population and Environment Debate: The Environmental Effects of Timing Migration According to the Household Life Cycle. Abstract
98-32
Paula Fomby. Determinants of the Use of Public Services by Mexican Immigrants Traveling Alone and with Family Members

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