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2016 ASA Media Coverage Highlights

This page highlights just some of the extensive media coverage ASA’s Public Affairs and Public Information Department has generated this year.


March 2016

Study: The Age-Graded Nature of Advice: Distributional Patterns and Implications for Life Meaning — Markus H. Schafer (University of Toronto) and Laura Upenieks (University of Toronto). Google said there were at least 12 articles about this study, which appears in the March issue of the Social Psychology Quarterly.

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Study: Penalized or Protected? Gender and the Consequences of Nonstandard and Mismatched Employment Histories — David S. Pedulla (University of Texas at Austin) Google said there were at least 30 articles about this study, which was published online in March and appears in the April issue of the American Sociological Review.

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February 2016

Study: Childhood Disadvantage and Health Problems in Middle and Later Life: Early Imprints on Physical Health? — Kenneth F. Ferraro (Purdue University), Markus H. Schafer (University of Toronto), and Lindsay R. Wilkinson (Baylor University). Google said there were at least 16 articles about this study, which appears in the February issue of the American Sociological Review.

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January 2016

Study: The Role of Gender, Class, and Religion in Biracial Americans' Racial Labeling Decisions — Lauren D. Davenport (Stanford University). Google said there were at least 41 articles about this study, which appears in the February issue of the American Sociological Review.

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Study: Does a Flexibility/Support Organizational Initiative Improve High-Tech Employees' Well-Being? Evidence from the Work, Family, and Health Network — Phyllis Moen (University of Minnesota), Erin L. Kelly (Massachusetts Institute of Technology) Wen Fan (Boston College), Shi-Rong Lee (University of Minnesota), David Almeida (Pennsylvania State University), Ellen Ernst Kossek (Purdue University), and Orfeu M. Buxton (Pennsylvania State University). Google said there were at least 15 articles about this study, which was published online in January and appears in the February issue of the American Sociological Review.