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Simon, Robin W.; Lively, Kathryn – Social Forces, 2010
A social problem that has preoccupied sociologists of gender and mental health is the higher rate of depression found among women. Although a number of hypotheses about this health disparity between men and women have been advanced, none consider the importance of subjectively experienced anger. Drawing on theoretical and empirical insights from…
Descriptors: Social Problems, Females, Mental Health, Gender Differences
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Xu, Jun; Lee, Jennifer C. – Social Forces, 2013
In this article, we propose a shift in race research from a one-dimensional hierarchical approach to a multidimensional system of racial stratification. Building upon Claire Kim's (1999) racial triangulation theory, we examine how the American public rates Asians relative to blacks and whites along two dimensions of racial stratification: racial…
Descriptors: Race, Asian Americans, Whites, Mixed Methods Research