Ross M. Stolzenberg

Sociology University of Chicago, Chicago, IL 
Individual and Family Studies, Ethnic and Racial Studies, American Studies
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Virginia W. Chang grad student 2003 Chicago
Fabio G. Rojas grad student 2003 Chicago
Jeffrey M. Timberlake grad student 2003 Chicago
Mahesh Baranwal grad student 2004 Chicago
James Lindgren grad student 2009 Chicago
Maria A. Medvedeva grad student 2010 Chicago
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Stolzenberg RM. (2011) Do not go gentle into that good night: the effect of retirement on subsequent mortality of U.S. Supreme Court justices, 1801-2006. Demography. 48: 1317-46
Stolzenberg RM, Lindgren J. (2010) Retirement and death in office of U.S. Supreme Court justices. Demography. 47: 269-98
Stolzenberg RM, Williams K. (2008) Gendered reciprocity: Work discontent and the household production of health Social Science Research. 37: 180-201
Parish WL, Luo Y, Stolzenberg R, et al. (2007) Sexual practices and sexual satisfaction: a population based study of Chinese urban adults. Archives of Sexual Behavior. 36: 5-20
Stolzenberg RM. (2003) Editor's introduction: The truth at last Sociological Methodology. 33
Stolzenberg RM. (2001) It's about time and gender: Spousal employment and health American Journal of Sociology. 107: 61-100
Stolzenberg RM, Tienda M. (1997) English proficiency, education, and the conditional economic assimilation of Hispanic and Asian origin men Social Science Research. 26: 25-51
Stolzenberg RM, Relies DA. (1997) Tools for intuition about sample selection bias and its correction American Sociological Review. 62: 494-507
Clarkberg M, Stolzenberg RM, Waite LJ. (1995) Attitudes, values, and entrance into cohabitational versus marital unions Social Forces. 74: 609-632
Stolzenberg RM, Relles D. (1991) Foreign student academic performance in U.S. Graduate schools: Insights from American MBA programs Social Science Research. 20: 74-92
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