The study has been published in American Sociological Review.
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ASR stands for American Sociological Review
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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.
Frances Fox Piven, American Sociological Review, February 2008.
Collective Action and Network Structure" American Sociological Review, 58 (1993): 182-96.
Investigating Journal Publication by Gender at Three Levels This project investigates four years of sociological journals at these three tiers--the American Sociological Review and American Journal of Sociology (both sponsored by a national/international professional association), The Sociological Quarterly and Sociological Forum (sponsored by large regional professional organizations), and the Great Plains Sociologist and Michigan Sociological Review (sponsored by small regional or state professional organizations).
Source: American Sociological Review, 2007; 72:705-724.
Professor Michael Benson is a white collar/corporate crime specialist who has published extensively in leading journals, including Criminology, Justice Quarterly, Journal of Research and Delinquency, American Sociological Review, the American Journal of Sociology, and Social Problems.