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American Sociological Review (ASR), the ASA's flagship journal, was founded in 1936 with the mission to publish original works of interest to the discipline of sociology in general, new theoretical developments, results of research that advance understanding of fundamental social processes, and important methodological innovations. Peer-reviewed and published bi-monthly, all areas of sociology are welcome, with emphasis on exceptional quality and general interest.
Author Amy Kate Bailey discusses her article, "Targeting Lynch Victims: Social Marginality or Status Transgressions?"
Kyle Crowder discusses his article, "Neighborhood Immigration and Native Out-Migration."
Author Roberto G. Gonzales discusses his article, "Learning to Be Illegal: Undocumented Youth and Shifting Legal Contexts in the Transition to Adulthood."
Author Richard Miech discusses his article, "The Enduring Association between Education and Mortality: The Role of Widening and Narrowing Disparities."
Author Jessica McCrory Calarco discusses her article, "'I Need Help!' Social Class and Children's Help-Seeking in Elementary School."
Author Lynn Craig discusses her article, "How Mothers and Fathers Share Childcare: A Cross-National Time-Use Comparison."
Authors Jenny Trinitapoli and Sara Yeatman discusses their article, "Uncertainty and Fertility in a Generalized AIDS Epidemic."
Author Ronald Simons discusses his article, "Social Environment, Genes, and Aggression: Evidence Supporting the Differential Susceptibility Perspective."
Author Shira Offer discusses her article, "Revisiting the Gender Gap in Time-Use Patterns: Multitasking and Well-Being among Mothers and Fathers in Dual-Earner Families."