2011 study published in Sociology of Religion using national survey data of adults ages 18 to 59 to examine how religion can factor into people’s reluctance to marry.
2011 meta-study from Notre Dame on how diversity on college campuses promotes civic engagement.
2011 study from Columbia, U.C. Berkeley, and the Social Security Administration in Quarterly Journal of Economics on U.S. mobility and inequality over time.
2010 study in Political Behavior examines public opinion survey data on immigration rhetoric and policy preferences among Iowa caucus-goers.
2011 study from the University of Michigan and University of Wisconsin-Madison on the link between disadvantaged neighborhoods and high school graduation rate.
2010 study in Political Behavior examines how voters respond to hypothetical sex scandals involving a white and black candidate.
2011 article by the NYU Brennan Center for Justice on the potential impacts of voting-law changes on the 2012 election.
2011 study from Harvard University published in the DuBois Review exploring the interaction between stress and public health outcomes, along racial lines.
2011 U.N. report on rates of homicide per capita in 207 countries based on data from the World Health Organization, the Global Burden of Injuries Project; and other sources.
2011 study in PS: Political Science & Politics on the effect of racial attitudes on the final vote tall for Barack Obama in 2008.