Ross Macmillan
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When she brings home the bacon: Labor-force participation and the risk of spousal violence against women
R Macmillan, R Gartner
Journal of Marriage and the Family, 947-958, 1999
New kid in town: Social capital and the life course effects of family migration on children
J Hagan, R MacMillan, B Wheaton
American sociological review, 368-385, 1996
Violence and the life course: The consequences of victimization for personal and social development
R Macmillan
Annual review of sociology 27 (1), 1-22, 2001
The context of marriage and crime: Gender, the propensity to marry, and offending in early adulthood
RD King, M Massoglia, R MacMillan
Criminology 45 (1), 33-65, 2007
Patterns of intimate partner violence and their associations with physical health, psychological distress, and substance use
K Carbone-López, C Kruttschnitt, R Macmillan
Public health reports 121 (4), 382-392, 2006
Families in the life course: Interdependency of roles, role configurations, and pathways
R Macmillan, R Copher
Journal of marriage and family 67 (4), 858-879, 2005
Experiencing the streets: Harassment and perceptions of safety among women
R Macmillan, A Nierobisz, S Welsh
Journal of research in crime and delinquency 37 (3), 306-322, 2000
Violence in the transition to adulthood: Adolescent victimization, education, and socioeconomic attainment in later life
R Macmillan, J Hagan
Journal of research on adolescence 14 (2), 127-158, 2004
The structure of the life course: Classic issues and current controversies
R Macmillan
Advances in life course research 9, 3-24, 2005
The effect of victim-offender relationship on reporting crimes of violence against women
R Gartner, R Macmillan
Canadian journal of criminology 37 (3), 393-429, 1995
Just des (s) erts? The racial polarization of perceptions of criminal injustice
S Wortley, J Hagan, R Macmillan
Law and Society Review, 637-676, 1997
Adolescent victimization and income deficits in adulthood: Rethinking the costs of criminal violence from a life‐course perspective
R Macmillan
Criminology 38 (2), 553-588, 2000
Biography and the sociological imagination
MJ Shanahan, R Macmillan
Norton,, 2008
Characterizing the life course as role configurations and pathways: A latent structure approach
R Macmillan, SR Eliason
Handbook of the life course, 529-554, 2003
A life course model of self-rated health through adolescence and young adulthood
S Bauldry, MJ Shanahan, JD Boardman, RA Miech, R Macmillan
Social science & medicine 75 (7), 1311-1320, 2012
Linked lives: Stability and change in maternal circumstances and trajectories of antisocial behavior in children
R Macmillan, BJ McMorris, C Kruttschnitt
Child development 75 (1), 205-220, 2004
Personality and the reproduction of social class
MJ Shanahan, S Bauldry, BW Roberts, R Macmillan, R Russo
Social Forces 93 (1), 209-240, 2014
The structure of the life course: Standardized? Individualized? Differentiated?
R Macmillan
Elsevier, 2005
‘Constructing adulthood’: Agency and subjectivity in the transition to adulthood
R Macmillan
Advances in Life Course Research 11, 3-29, 2006
The transcendence of violence across relationships: New methods for understanding men’s and women’s experiences of intimate partner violence across the life course
K Carbone-Lopez, CM Rennison, R Macmillan
Journal of quantitative criminology 28, 319-346, 2012
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