Journal Articles and Book Chapters in Sociology of Development


Thanks to Alesha Istvan for providing this list.

Journal Articles and Book Chapters in Sociology of Development

Ali, Nosheen. 2010. “Re-Imagining the Nature of Development: Biodiversity Conservation and Pastoral Visions in the Northern Areas, Pakistan.” In Contesting Development: Critical Struggles for Social Change, Philip McMichael, ed. New York: Routledge.

Bachika, Reimon and Markus S. Schulz. 2011. “Values, Culture and the Social Shaping of the Future.” Current Sociology 59(2):107–118.

Bakker, Johannes I. (Hans).2009. “The Netherlands Indies in Aceh, Bali and Buton: Degrees of Resistance and Acceptance of Indirect and Direct Rule.” Leidschrift Historisch Tijdschrift (Historical Journal of the University of Leiden) 24 (1): 83-103.

Bandelj, Nina and Matthew C. Mahutga.  2010.  “How Socio-Economic Change Shapes Income Inequality in Central and Eastern Europe.”  Social Forces 88(5): 2133-2161.

Bandelj, Nina and Matthew C. Mahutga.  2010.  “Rising Income Inequality in Central and Eastern Europe: The Influence of Economic Globalization and Other Social Forces.” Pp. 193-218 in Ulrike Schuerkens (Ed.) Globalization and Social Inequality.  New York: Routledge.

Boyd, John, William Fitzgerald, Matthew C. Mahutga and David A. Smith.  2010.  “Computing Continuous Core/Periphery Structures for Social Relations Data Using MINRES SVD.”  Social Networks 32(2): 125-137

Brady, David, Yunus Kaya and Gary Gereffi.  2011. “Stagnating Industrial Employment in South America.” Work and Occupations 38(2): 179-220.

Chase-Dunn, Christopher and Roy Kwon. “Crises and Counter-Movements in World Evolutionary Perspective.”  Irows.ucr.edu/papers/irows60/irows60.htm

Chase-Dunn, C.K. 2008 “The world-system as a social problem” in Vincent Parrillo (ed.) The Encyclopedia of Social Problems. Sage: Thousand Oaks, CA

Chase-Dunn, C.K. 2008.World Urbanization: The Role of Settlement Systems in Human Social Evolution, in World System History, [Eds. George Modelski, Robert A.Denemark], in Encyclopedia of Life Support Systems (EOLSS), Developed under the Auspices of the UNESCO, Eolss Publishers, Oxford, UK.

Chase-Dunn, C.K. and R.E. Niemeyer 2009 “The world revolution of 20xx” Pp. 35-57 in Mathias Albert, Gesa Bluhm, Han Helmig, Andreas Leutzsch, Jochen Walter (eds.) Transnational Political Spaces. Campus Verlag: Frankfurt/New York

Chase-Dunn, C.K. and Terry Boswell. “Semiperipheral Development and Global Democracy.” Pp. 213-232 in Phoebe Moore and Owen Worth, Globalization and the ‘New’ Semiperipheries, London: Palgrave MacMillan.

Chase-Dunn, Chris, Roy Kwon, Kirk Lawrence and Hiroko Inoue 2011 “Last of the Hegemons: U.S. decline and global governance” International Review of Modern Sociology 37, 1: 1-29 (Spring).

Chase-Dunn, Christopher and Kirk S. Lawrence 2011 “The next three futures, Part One: Looming crises of global inequality, ecological degradation and a failed system of global governance” Global Society, 25:2:137-153 (April).

Chase-Dunn, Christopher and Matheu Kaneshiro 2009. “Stability and Change in the contours of alliances among movements in the social forum process.” p. 119-133 in David Fasenfest (ed.) Engaging Social Justice. Leiden: Brill.

Chase-Dunn, Christopher and Thomas D. Hall. 2011. “Human Sociocultural Evolution, Hegemonic Transitions and Global State Formation” Chapter 5 in Global Political Economy in the Era of Andre Gunder Frank, edited by Patrick Manning and Robert Fagley University of Pittsburgh Press

Chase-Dunn, Christopher, Richard Niemeyer, Alexis Alvarez and Hiroko Inoue. 2009 “Scale transitions and the evolution of global governance since the Bronze Age” Pp. 261-284 in William R. Thompson (ed.) Systemic Transitions. New York: Palgrave MacMillan

Christopher Chase-Dunn 2011 “Globalization from Below: toward a collectively rational and democratic global commonwealth” Journal of Globalization Studies 1, 1: 46-57 (revised version of an article published in Annals of the American Academy of Science, 2002)

Cons, Jason and Kasia Paprocki. 2010. “Contested Credit Landscapes: Microcredit, Self-Help, and Self-Determination in Rural Bangladesh.” Third World Quarterly. 31(4). 637-654.

Davis, Diane. 2009 “Non-State Armed Actors, New Imagined Communities, and Shifting Patterns of Sovereignty and Insecurity in the Modern World,” Contemporary Security Policy vol. 30 no. 2 (August):221-245. [Revised version reproduced in Reflexion Politica (Colombia), 2011.

Davis, Diane. 2010.  “Irregular Armed Forces, Shifting Patterns of Commitment, and Fragmented Sovereignty in the Developing World,” Theory and Society, Volume 39 Issue 3:397-413.

Davis, Diane. 2010 “The Political and Economic Origins of Violence and Insecurity in Contemporary Latin America:  Past Trajectories and Future Prospects.”  In Desmond Arias and Daniel Goldstein (eds.), Violent Democracies in Latin America: Toward an Interdisciplinary Reconceptualization, Durham: Duke University Press.

Dear, S. 2008.  “Coming to Terms; Mediation’s Role in Marital Dissolution.”  In One Paradigm, Many Worlds: Conflict Resolution across the Disciplines.  Mitchell Rosenwald (ed.).  Newcastle-upon-Tyne, UK: Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Dear-Healey, S. 2011.  “Attachment Parenting International (API); Nurturing Generations of Mothers and Children.” In 21st Century Motherhood Movement.  Andrea O’Reilly (ed.).  Toronto: Demeter Press.

Dougherty, Michael L. 2011. “The Global Gold Mining Industry, Junior Firms, and Civil Society Resistance in Guatemala” Bulletin of Latin American Research

Dougherty, Michael L. and Gary Paul Green. 2011. “Local Food Tourism Networks and Word of Mouth” Journal of Extension. 49(2)

Dougherty, Michael L. and Rocío Peralta 2010. “The Politics of Protected Areas: Environmental Capital and Community Conflict in Guatemala” in Green, Gary Paul and Ann Goetting (Eds.) Mobilizing Communities: Asset Building as a Community Development Strategy. Temple University Press: Philadelphia, PA.

Evgeniev, Evgeni and Gar Gereffi. 2008. “Textile and Apparel Firms in Turkey and Bulgaria: Exports, Local Upgrading and Dependency”.  Economic Studies 17, 3: 148-179

Flora, C. B. and A. Thiboumery. 2009. “Governance of Landscape Systems: A Dinner Party Approach.” p. 95-105 in K. Moore (ed.) The Sciences and Art of Adaptive Management: Innovating for Sustainable Agriculture and Natural Resource Management. Akeny, IA: Soil and Water Conservation Society

Flora, C.B.  2008. “Social capital and community problem solving: Combining local and scientific knowledge to fight invasive species.” Learning Communities: International Journal of Learning in Social Contexts (Australia), & Kritis: Journal of Interdisciplinary Development Studies (Indonesia). BIOSECURITY BILINGUAL MONOGRAPH, pp. 41-54.

Flora, C.B. 2009. “The Role of Philanthropy in the Next Ten Years: Innovative Systemic Change for Sustainability in a Climate of Scarcity and Uncertainty”.  Pp.65-69 in M. Lawless (ed.). Looking Forward: Perspectives on Future Opportunities for Philanthropy.  Coral Gables, FL: Funders’ Network for Smart Growth and Livable Communities.

Flora, C.B. 2010. “Food security in the context of energy and Resource depletion: Sustainable agriculture in developing countries.”  Renewable Agriculture and Food Systems. 25, Number 2:118-128.

Flora, C.B. and M. Delaney. 2010.  “Movilización de la sociedad civil en un contexto dominado por la agricultura industrial.” Pp. 36-41 in J. Kuan Cubillas.  Desarrollo Rural Territorial y Gobernanza de los Recursos Naturales: Reflexiones en los Andes.  Lima, Perú: CONDESAN.

Francesco Gallego and Robert D. Woodberry 2010. “Christian Missions and Education in Former African Colonies: How Competition Mattered.” Journal of African Economies 19(3): 294-319.

Gallego, Francesco and Robert D. Woodberry 2010. “Christian Missions and Education in Former African Colonies: How Competition Mattered.” Journal of African Economies 19(3): 294-319.

Gellert, Paul K. 2009. “The Politics of Governance of Indonesia’s Forest Industries: Progress and Regress in a Neo-liberal Age,” Pp. 107-120 in Governance and the Depoliticisation of Development, edited by Wil Hout and Richard Robison. London: Routledge Press.

Gellert, Paul K. 2010. “Extractive Regimes: Toward a Better Understanding of Indonesian Development.” Rural Sociology 75:28-57.

Gellert, Paul K. 2010. “Rival Transnational Networks, Domestic Politics, and Indonesian Timber.” Journal of Contemporary Asia 40:539-567.

Gellert, Paul K. 2011. “Extraction and the World-System.” in The Handbook of World-Systems Analysis: Theory and Research, edited by S. Babones and C. Chase-Dunn: Routledge.

Gellert, Paul K. and Jon Shefner. 2009. “People, Place and Time: How Structural Fieldwork Helps World-Systems Analysis.” Journal of World-Systems Research 15:193-218.

Gereffi, Gary, and Michelle Christian. 2009. “The Impacts of Wal-Mart: The Rise and Consequences of the World’s Dominant Retailer” Annual Review of Sociology 35: 573-591.

Gereffi, Gary, Joonkoo Lee and Michelle Christian.  2009. “US-based Food and Agricultural Value Chains and Their Relevance to Healthy Diets” Journal of Hunger and Environmental Nutrition 4, 3: 357-374. Special issue on “Food Systems and Public Health: Linkages to Achieve Healthier Diets and Healthier Communities.”

Gereffi, Gary, Vivek Wadwha, Ben Rissing and Ryan Ong. 2008. “Getting the Numbers Right: International Engineering Education in the United States, China, and India”. Journal of Engineering Education 97, 1: 13-25. Translated (Chinese): Research in Higher Education of Engineering, Serial No. 117, No. 4 (2009): 1-2.  Huazhong University of Science and Technology, Wuhan, China.

Gereffi, Gary. 2009. “Development Models and Industrial Upgrading in China and Mexico.” European Sociological Review 25, 1 (February): 37-51.

Gereffi, Gary. 2010 “Global Value Chains and Agrifoods Standards: Challenges and Possibilities for Smallholders in Developing Countries” (Joonkoo Lee, Gary Gereffi, and Janet Beauvais).  Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, PNAS Early Edition, Dec. 13.

Gereffi, Gary. 2010. “China y México en la economía global: trayectorias de desarrollo divergentes en una era de crisis económica.” Foro Internacional 3-4 (201-202): 778-807

Golden, Jay S., Kevin J. Dooley, J. M. Anderies, B. H. Thompson, Gary Gereffi and Lincoln Pratson. 2010 “Sustainable Product Indexing: Navigating the Challenge of Ecolabeling”.  Ecology and Society 15 (3): 8.

Green, Gary Paul and Michael L. Dougherty (2008) “Localizing Linkages for Food and Tourism: Culinary Tourism as a Community Development Strategy” Community Development: The Journal of the Community Development Society. 39(3).

Dougherty, Michael L. (2008) “Theorizing Theory: Origins and Orientations of Commodity Chain Analysis” Global Studies Journal. 1(3).

Guillermina Jasso, Vivek Wadhwa, Gary Gereffi, Ben Rissing and Richard Freemen. 2010. “How Many Highly Skilled Foreign-Born Are Waiting in Line for U.S. Legal Permanent Residence?”   International Migration Review 44, 2: 477-498.

Gunnoe, Andrew and Paul K. Gellert. 2011. “Financialization, Shareholder Value, and the Transformation of Timberland Ownership in the USA.” Critical Sociology 37:1-24.

Haglund, LaDawn and Rimjhim Aggarwal. December 2011. “Test of Our Progress: The Translation of Economic and Social Rights Norms into Practices. “ Journal of Human Rights.

Hall, Thomas D., Christopher Chase-Dunn and Richard Niemeyer. 2009. “The Roles of Central Asian Middlemen and Marcher States in Afro-Eurasian World-System Synchrony.” Pp. 69-82 in The Rise of Asia and the Transformation of the World-System, Political Economy of the World-System Annuals. Vol XXX, edited by Ganesh K. Trinchur. Boulder, CO: Paradigm Press.

Haller, Archibald. 1982. “A Socioeconomic Regionalization of Brazil”. Geographical Review 72: 450 – 464.

Haller, Archibald. 1996. The Socioeconomic Development of the People of Amazonian Brazil: 1970 and 1980”. Journal of Developing Areas 30: 293 – 316

Hatanaka, Maki. 2010. “Governing Sustainability: Examining Audits and Compliance in a Third-Party Certified Organic Shrimp Farming Project in Rural Indonesia.” The Local Environment: The International Journal of Justice and Sustainability 15(3):233-244.

Hatanaka, Maki. 2010. “Trust, Certification, and Partnership in an Organic Shrimp Network: Rethinking Transnational Alternative Agrifood Networks.” World Development 38(5):706-716

Jiexia Elisa Zhai and Robert D. Woodberry. 2011. “Religion and Educational Ideals in Contemporary Taiwan.” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion 50(2): 307-327.

Kaya, Yunus.  2010. “Globalization and Industrialization in 64 Developing Countries, 1980-2003.” Social Forces 88(3): 1153-1182.

Kaya, Yunus. 2008. “Proletarianization with Polarization: Industrialization, Globalization and Social Class in Turkey, 1980-2005.” Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 26(2): 161-181.

Lloyd, Paulette, Matthew C. Mahutga and Jan de Leeuw. 2009.  “Looking Back and Forging Ahead: Thirty Years of Social Network Research on the World-System.”  Journal of World-System Research 15(1): 48-85.

Mahutga, Matthew C.  2012.  “When do Value Chains Go Global?  A Theory of the Spatialization of Global Value Chains.”  Global Networks 12(1): 1-21.

Mahutga, Matthew C. and David A. Smith.  2011.  “Globalization, The Structure of the World Economy and Economic Development.” Social Science Research 40(1): 257-72.

Mahutga, Matthew C. and Nina Bandelj.  2008.  “Foreign Investment and Income Inequality: The Natural Experiment of Central and Eastern Europe.”  International Journal of Comparative Sociology 29(6): 429-454.

Mahutga, Matthew C., Roy Kwon and Garrett Grainger. 2011.  “Within-Country Inequality and the Modern World-System: A Theoretical Reprise and Empirical First Step.”  Journal of World-Systems Research.

Mahutga, Matthew C., Xiulian Ma, David A. Smith and Michael Timberlake.  2010.  “Economic Globalization and the Structure of the World-City System: The Case of Airline Passenger Data.”  Urban Studies 47(9): 1925-1947.

Mayer, Frederick and Gary Gereffi. 2010 “Regulation and Economic Globalization: Prospects and Limits of Private Governance”.  Business and Politics: 12:3, Article 11.

Moghadam, Valentine and Dilek Elveren. 2008. “The Making of an International Convention: Culture and Free Trade in a Global Era” Review of International Studies, No. 34: 735-53.

Moghadam, Valentine, 2011. “Feminism and Family Law in Iran: The Struggle for Women’s Economic Citizenship in the Islamic Republic.” Pp. 114-128 in Fatima Sadiqi and Moha Ennaji, eds., Women in the Middle East and North Africa: Agents of Change (London and NY: Routledge.

Moghadam, Valentine. 2008. “Population Growth, Urbanization, and the Challenges of Unemployment.” In Jillian Schwedler and Deborah Gerner (eds.), Understanding the Contemporary Middle East: Lynne Rienner, 3rd ed.

Moghadam, Valentine. 2010. “Global Restructuring and Women’s Economic Citizenship in North Africa”, in Marianne Marchand and Anne Sisson Runyan (eds.) Global Restructuring London & NY: Routledge, 2nd ed.

Moghadam, Valentine. 2011. “Algerian Women in Movement: Three Waves of Feminist Activism.” Pp. 180-199 in Debra Bergoffen, Paula Ruth Gilbert, Tamara Harvey, and Connie L. McNeely (eds.), Confronting Global Gender Justice:  Women’s Lives, Human Rights.  (Oxford, UK: Routledge.

Moghadam, Valentine. 2011. “Religious Violence and Women:  Iran, Afghanistan, and Algeria.” In Andrew Murphy, ed., Wiley-Blackwell Companion to Religion and Violence London: Wiley-Blackwell.

Moghadam, Valentine 2011. “Women, Gender, and Economic Crisis Revisited.” Perspectives on Global Development and Technology” [PGDT], vol. 10: 30-40.

Moghadam, Valentine and Elham Gheytanchi. 2010.  “Political Opportunities and Strategic Choices: Comparing Feminist Campaigns in Morocco and Iran”.  Mobilization: An International Quarterly of Social Movement Research. vol. 15, no. 3: 267-88.

Moghadam, Valentine and Massoud Karshenas. 2009. “Bringing Social Policy Back In: A Look at the Middle East and North Africa” International Journal of Social Welfare, vol. 18 (April 2009): 1-7.

Moghadam, Valentine and Melissa Buehler. 2010. “Feminism: Ideas, Movement, Research, in Sociopedia (on-line journal of the International Sociological Association and Sage Publications.

Moghadam, Valentine and Tabitha Decker, 2010.  “Social Change in the Middle East,” in The Middle East (12th ed.), edited by Ellen Lust: CQ Press, pp. 65-98.

Moghadam, Valentine.  2010. “Confronting ‘Empire’: The New Imperialism, Islamism, and Feminism.” In Diane E. Davis and Julian Go (eds.), Political Power and Social Theory: A Research Annual, vol. 20: Emerald Group Publishing, UK: 201-228.

Moghadam, Valentine. 2009. “Global Feminism, Citizenship, and the State: Negotiating Women’s Rights in the Middle East and North Africa”, pp. 255-275 in Migrations and Mobilities: Citizenship, Borders, and Gender, edited by Seyla Benhabib and Judith Resnick: New York University Press.

Moghadam, Valentine. 2009. “The Middle East and North Africa: Social Change and Women’s Rights”, in Joyce Gelb and Marian Lief Palley, eds., Women and Politics Worldwide: A Comparative History and Survey: ABC-CLIO.

Moghadam, Valentine. 2010 “Women and Development”, in Robert A. Denemark, ed., The International Studies Encyclopedia, vol. XI (Malden, MA: Wiley-Blackwell, pp. 7464-7481.

Moghadam, Valentine. 2010.  “Gender, Politics, and Women’s Empowerment”, in Blackwell Handbook of Politics, eds. Craig Jenkins and Kevin T. Leicht: London & NY: Blackwell: 279-304.

Moghadam, Valentine. 2010.  “Transnational Activism”, in Laura J. Shepherd, ed. Gender Matters in Global Politics: A Feminist Introduction to International Relations: London & NY: Routledge: 292-306.

Moghadam, Valentine. 2010.  “Transnational Feminism”, in Janet Lee and Susan Shaw (eds.), Women Worldwide: Transnational Feminist Perspectives on Women: NY: McGraw Hill: 21-46.

Moghadam, Valentine. 2010.  “Urbanization and Women’s Citizenship in the Middle East.” The Brown Journal of World Affairs.  Vol. XVII, issue 1: 19-34.

Moghadam, Valentine. 2010. “States and Social Rights: Women’s Economic Citizenship in the Maghreb.” Middle East Law and Governance, vol. 2: 185-220.

Otero, G. and C.B Flora. 2008. “Sweet Protectionism: State Policy and Employment in the Sugar Industries of the NAFTA Countries”. p. 63-88 in J. M. Rivera. S. Whiteford and M. Chávez, (Eds).  NAFTA and the Campesinos – The Impact of NAFTA on Small-Scale Agricultural Producers in Mexico and the Prospects for Change. Scranton, PA: Scranton University Press.

Plankey Videla, Nancy. 2010. “Engendering Global Studies of Women and Work.” Feminist Studies: Special Issue on Feminism and Globalism, 36 (1):174-193.

Ransom, Elizabeth and Carmen Bain.  2011.  “Gendering Agricultural Aid: An Analysis of Whether International Development Assistance Targets Women and Gender.”  Gender and Society 25: 48-74.

Raynolds, Laura T. 2012 “Fair Trade Flowers: Global Certification, Environmental Sustainability, and Labor Standards.” Rural Sociology 77(4) 493-519.

Raynolds, Laura T. 2012 “Fair Trade: Social Regulation in Global Food Markets.” Journal of Rural Studies 28 (3): 276-287.

Raynolds, Laura T. 2008. “The Organic Agro-Export Boom in the Dominican Republic: Maintaining Tradition or Fostering Transformation?” Latin American Research Review 43:161-184.

Raynolds, Laura T. 2009. “Mainstreaming Fair Trade Coffee: From Partnership to Traceability.” World Development 37:1083-1093.

Raynolds, Laura T. and Siphelo U. Ngcwangu. 2010. “Fair Trade Rooibos Tea: Connecting South African Producers and American Consumer Markets.” Geoforum 41:74-83.

Reganold, J.P., D. Jackson-Smith, S.S. Batie, R.R. Harwood, J.L. Kornegay, D. Bucks, C.B. Flora, J.C. Hanson, W.A. Jury, D. Meyer, A. Schumacher, Jr., H. Sehmsdorf, C. Shennan, L.A. Thrupp, and P. Willis. 2011. “Transforming U.S. agriculture”. Science 332:670-671

Ren, Xuefei and Meng Sun. 2012.  “Artistic Urbanization: Creative Industries and Creative Control in Beijing,” International Journal of Urban and Regional Research.

Ren, Xuefei.  2010. “Territorial Expansion and State Rescaling: A Critique of Suburbanization Studies,” in Suburbanization in Global Perspective, edited by Mark Clapson and Ray Hutchison, Emerald Books.

Ren, Xuefei.  2011. “From Peking to Beijing: Production of Centrality in the Global Age,” in Global Downtowns, edited by Gary McDonogh and Marina Peterson, Philadelphia: The University of Pennsylvania Press.

Ren, Xuefei. 2008. “Architecture and China’s Urban Revolution,” City, vol.12, no.2, pp. 217-225.

Ren, Xuefei. 2008. “Architecture and Nation Building in the Age of Globalization: Construction of the National Stadium of Beijing 2008 Olympic Games” Journal of Urban Affairs, vo. 30, no.2, pp. 175-190.

Ren, Xuefei. 2008. “Architecture as Branding: Mega-project Developments in Beijing” Built Environment, vo.34, no.4, pp. 517-531.

Ren, Xuefei. 2008. “Forward to the Past: Historical Preservation in Globalizing Shanghai”, City & Community, vo.7, no.1, pp. 23-43. Ren, Xuefei. 2009. “Olympic Beijing: Reflections on Urban Space and Global Connectivity,” International Journal of the History of Sports, vo.26, no.8, pp.1011-1039.

Ren, Xuefei. 2010.  “Rights to Housing: Developing Societies,” in The International Encyclopedia of Housing and Home, edited by Susan J. Smith, Oxford: Elsevier Ltd.

Ren, Xuefei. 2010. “Olympic Beijing: Reflections on Urban Space and Global Connectivity,” in The Beijing Olympics, Promoting China, Soft and Hard Power in Global Politics, edited by Kevin Caffrey, London: Routledge.

Ren, Xuefei. 2010. “Territorial Expansion and State Rescaling: A Critique of Suburbanization Studies,” in Suburbanization in Global Perspective, edited by Mark Clapson and Ray Hutchison, Emerald Books.

Ren, Xuefei. 2010. “World-Systems Perspective,” in Encyclopedia of Urban Studies, p. 969-973, edited by Ray Hutchison, Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage Publications.

Ren, Xuefei. 2011. “From Peking to Beijing: Production of Centrality in the Global Age,” in Global Downtowns, edited by Gary McDonogh and Marina Peterson, Philadelphia: The University of Pennsylvania Press.

Ren, Xuefei. 2011. “Migrant Workers: NGOs and the Remaking of Urban Citizenship in China,” in Remaking Urban Citizenship: Organizations, Institutions and the Right to the City, edited by Michael Peter Smith and Michael McQuarrie, New Brunswick and London: Transaction Publishers.

Sanderson, Matthew R. 2009.  “Globalization and the Environment: Implications for Human Migration.” Human Ecology Review 16(1): 92-101.

Sanderson, Matthew R. 2010.  “Reconsidering the Study of International Migration: A Way Forward for Macrostructural Migration Research.”  International Migration 48(3): 179-193.

Sanderson, Matthew R. 2010. “International Migration and Human Development: A Cross-National Analysis.”  Social Indicators Research 96(1): 59-83.

Sanderson, Matthew R. and Jeffrey D. Kentor. 2009.  “Globalization, Development, and International Migration: A Cross-National Analysis, 1970-2000.” Social Forces 88(1): 301-336.

Sanderson, Matthew R., and Jeffrey D. Kentor. 2008. “Foreign Direct Investment and International Migration: A Cross-National Analysis of Less-Developed Countries.”  International Sociology 23(4): 514-539.

Sanderson, Matthew R., and Rebecca L. Utz. 2009.  “The Globalization of Economic Production and International Migration: An Empirical Analysis of Undocumented Mexican Migration to the United States.”  International Journal of Comparative Sociology 50(2): 137-154.

Scanlan, Stephen J.  2010. “Gender, Development, and HIV/AIDS:  Implications for Child Mortality and Human Security in Less Industrialized Countries.” International Journal of Comparative Sociology 51: 211-232.

Scanlan, Stephen J. 2009. “New Direction and Discovery on the Hunger Front: Toward a Sociology of Food Security/Insecurity.” Humanity and Society 33:292-316.

Scanlan, Stephen J., J. Craig Jenkins, and Lindsey Peterson. 2010. “The Scarcity Fallacy.”  Contexts 9:34-39.

Schulz, Markus S. 2011. “The Values of Global Futures.” Current Sociology 59(2):268-272.

Schulz, Markus S. 2011. “Values and the Conditions of Global Communication.” Current Sociology, 59(2):238-251.

Smith, David A. and Matthew C. Mahutga.  2009.  “Trading Up the Commodity Chain? The Impact of Extractive and Labor-Intensive Manufacturing Trade on World-System Inequalities.”  p. 63-82 in Jennifer Bair (ed.) Frontiers of Commodity Chains Research.  Stanford: Stanford University Press.

Sturgeon, Timothy and Gary Gereffi. 2009. “Measuring Success in the Global Economy: International Trade, Industrial Upgrading and Business Function Outsourcing in Global Value Chains” Transnational Corporations 18, 2: 1-35.

Sturgeon, Timothy J., Johannes Van Biesebroeck and Gary Gereffi. 2009. “The North American Automotive Value Chain: Canada’s Role and Prospects”. International Journal of Technological Learning, Innovation and Development 2, 1-2: 25-52.

Sturgeon, Timothy J., Johannes Van Biesebroeck and Gary Gereffi. 2008. “Value Chains, Networks and Clusters: Reframing the Global Automotive Industry”.  Journal of Economic Geography 8, 3 (May): 297-321.

Sturgeon, Timothy J., Olga Memodovic, Johannes Van Biesebroeck and Gary Gereffi. 2009. “Globalisation of the Automotive Industry: Main Features and Trends”. International Journal of Technological Learning, Innovation and Development 2, 1-2: 7-24.

Sturgeon, Timothy, Gary Gereffi, Kimberly B. Rogers and Karina Fernandez-Stark. 2010. “The Prospects for Mexico in the North American Automotive Industry: A Global Value Chain Perspective.”  Actes du GERPISA, No. 42: 11-22.

Thornton, Arland and Dimiter Philipov. 2009. “Sweeping Changes in Marriage, Cohabitation, and Childbearing in Central and Eastern Europe: New Insights from the Developmental Idealism Framework.” European Journal of Population 25:123-156.

Thornton, Arland and Dimiter Philipov. 2009. “Sweeping Changes in Marriage, Cohabitation, and Childbearing in Central and Eastern Europe: New Insights from the Developmental Idealism Framework.” European Journal of Population 25:123-156.

Thornton, Arland, Alexandra Achen, Jennifer S. Barber, Georgina Binstock, Wade M. Garrison, Dirgha J. Ghimire, Ronald Inglehart, Rukmalie Jayakody, Yang Jiang, Julie De Jong, Katherine King, Ron J. Lesthaeghe, Sohair Mehanna, Colter Mitchell, Mansoor Moaddel, Mary Beth Ofstedal, Norbert Schwarz, Guangzhou Wang, Yu Xie, Li-Shou Yang, Linda C. Young-Demarco, and Kathryn Yount. 2010. “Creating Questions and Protocols for an International Study of Ideas about Development and Family Life.” Pp. 59 – 74 in Survey Methods in Multinational, Multiregional and Multicultural Contexts, edited by M. Braun, B. Edwards, J. Harkness, T. Johnson, L. Lyberg, P. Mohler, B.E. Pennell, and T.W. Smith. Hoboken, NJ: John Wiley and Sons.

Thornton, Arland, Georgina Binstock, and Dirgha Ghimire. 2008. “International Dissemination of Ideas about Development and Family Change.” Pp. 19 – 44 in International Family Change: Ideational Perspectives, edited by R. Jayakody, A. Thornton, and W. Axinn. New York: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.

Thornton, Arland, Georgina Binstock, Kathryn Yount, Mohammad Jalal Abbasi-Shavazi, Dirgha Ghimire, and Yu Xie. 2012. “International Fertility Change: New Data and Insights from the Developmental Idealism Framework.” Demography 49(2): 677-698.

Thornton, Arland. 2011. “The International Fight Against Barbarism: Historical and Comparative Perspectives on Marriage Timing, Consent, and Polygamy.” Pp. 259 – 297 in Modern Polygamy in the United States: Historical, Cultural, and Legal Issues, edited by C.D. Jacobson and L. Burton. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Thornton, Arland. 2011 “Comparative Perspectives on Population Structures.” In The Encyclopedia of Comparative Sociology (CECS), edited by M. Sasaki, E. Zimmermann, J. Goldstone and S.A. Sanderson. Leiden, The Netherlands: Brill.

Thornton, Arland. 2011. “Developed and Less Developed Societies.” In Encyclopedia of Globalization, edited by G. Ritzer. Oxford: Wiley Blackwell.

Thornton, Arland. 2011. “Developmental Idealism.” In Encyclopedia of Globalization, edited by G. Ritzer. Oxford: Wiley Blackwell.

Thornton, Arland. 2011. “International Family Change and Continuity: the Past and Future from the Developmental Idealism Perspective.” In Marriage at the Crossroads, edited by E. Scott and M. Garrison. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Wadhwa, Vivek,  Anna Lee Saxenian, Ben Rissing and Gary Gereffi. 2008. “Skilled Immigration and Economic Growth”. Applied Research in Economic Development 5, 1: 8-14.

Wadwha, Vivek, Gary Gereffi, and Alex Salkever. 2009.“The American Brain Drain and Asia” The Asia Pacific Journal, Vol. 14-1-09, April 4.

Wang, Junmin. 2009.  Global-Market Building as State Building : China ’s Entry into the WTO and Market Reforms of China’s Tobacco Industry.” Theory and Society. Vol. 38 (2): 165-194

Wang, Junmin. 2010. “Enlightened Localism in Contemporary China : Political Change in Property-Rights Institutions of Township and Village Enterprises.” Comparative Sociology. Vol. 9: 631-662.

Weinstein, Liza and Xuefei Ren. 2009. “The Changing Right to the City: Urban Renewal and Housing Rights in Globalizing Shanghai and Mumbai,”  City and Community, vol.8, no.4, pp.407-432.

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