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Ted Mouw
Ted Mouw
Associate Professor of Sociology, University of North Carolina-Chapel Hill
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Social capital and finding a job: do contacts matter?
T Mouw
American sociological review, 868-898, 2003
10712003
Estimating the causal effect of social capital: A review of recent research
T Mouw
Annu. Rev. Sociol. 32, 79-102, 2006
6742006
Residential segregation and interracial friendship in schools
T Mouw, B Entwisle
American Journal of sociology 112 (2), 394-441, 2006
4542006
Occupations and the structure of wage inequality in the United States, 1980s to 2000s
T Mouw, AL Kalleberg
American Sociological Review 75 (3), 402-431, 2010
4112010
Bilingualism and the academic achievement of first-and second-generation Asian Americans: accommodation with or without assimilation?
T Mouw, Y Xie
American sociological review, 232-252, 1999
3471999
Culture wars and opinion polarization: the case of abortion
T Mouw, ME Sobel
American Journal of Sociology 106 (4), 913-943, 2001
2352001
Job relocation and the racial gap in unemployment in Detroit and Chicago, 1980 to 1990
T Mouw
American Sociological Review, 730-753, 2000
2082000
Racial differences in the effects of job contacts: Conflicting evidence from cross-sectional and longitudinal data
T Mouw
Social Science Research 31 (4), 511-538, 2002
1532002
Sequences of early adult transitions: A look at variability and consequences.
T Mouw
The University of Chicago Press, 2005
1362005
Are black workers missing the connection? The effect of spatial distance and employee referrals on interfirm racial segregation
T Mouw
Demography 39, 507-528, 2002
1262002
Occupations, organizations, and intragenerational career mobility
AL Kalleberg, T Mouw
Annual Review of Sociology 44, 283-303, 2018
932018
Network sampling with memory: a proposal for more efficient sampling from social networks
T Mouw, AM Verdery
Sociological methodology 42 (1), 206-256, 2012
872012
Network sampling with memory: a proposal for more efficient sampling from social networks
T Mouw, AM Verdery
Sociological methodology 42 (1), 206-256, 2012
872012
Binational social networks and assimilation: A test of the importance of transnationalism
T Mouw, S Chavez, H Edelblute, A Verdery
Social problems 61 (3), 329-359, 2014
802014
Do changes in job mobility explain the growth of wage inequality among men in the United States, 1977–2005?
T Mouw, AL Kalleberg
Social Forces 88 (5), 2053-2077, 2010
452010
Communication flows and the durability of a transnational social field
AM Verdery, T Mouw, H Edelblute, S Chavez
Social Networks 53, 57-71, 2018
442018
Network structure and biased variance estimation in respondent driven sampling
AM Verdery, T Mouw, S Bauldry, PJ Mucha
PloS one 10 (12), e0145296, 2015
432015
Social support among Latina immigrant women: bridge persons as mediators of cervical cancer screening
MR Wasserman, DE Bender, SY Lee, JP Morrissey, T Mouw, EC Norton
Journal of Immigrant and Minority Health 8, 67-84, 2006
352006
Sequences of early adult transitions: How variable are they, and does it matter
T Mouw
On the frontier of adulthood: Theory, research, and public policy, 256-291, 2005
252005
Sampling migrants from their social networks: The demography and social organization of Chinese migrants in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania
MG Merli, A Verdery, T Mouw, J Li
Migration studies 4 (2), 182-214, 2016
242016
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