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However, when applications are audited-a quasi-random occurrence whereby applications are assessed by a separate team of government agents who have access to more detailed and relevant information-the biases all but disappear, according to the study, which is published in the American Sociological Review.
The study, from the American Sociological Review, tracked more than 1,700 American women from when they were at least 15 years old through to approximately 30.
The anti-sweatshop movement of the 1990s reveals which companies are most likely to become targets of anti-corporate activists, according to a study in American Sociological Review.
According to the study, published in American Sociological Review, 80% of men with both parents and grandparents in the professional or managerial class stayed in similar advant aged positions.
The term social epidemiology was first used in an article in American Sociological Review in 1950.
Among the sources: Journal of Economic Perspectives, American Sociological Review, Journal of Policy Modeling, International Organization, and International Political Science Review, among others.
In the December American Sociological Review, Rivera provides a systematic look at how this effect influences the hiring process.
Release date- 16082012 - A new study, published in this month's American Sociological Review, showed how experiencing racial discrimination increases the risk of crime among young African-American males.