David Merolla

Sociology Wayne State University, Detroit, MI, United States 
Social Structure and Development, GLBT Studies
"David Merolla"
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Christie-Mizell CA, Laster Pirtle WN, Tyndall BD, et al. (2015) Race–gender differences in the impact of history of heavy drinking on current alcohol consumption during the transition to adulthood Journal of Sociology and Social Welfare. 42: 137-158
Merolla DM, Jackson O. (2014) Understanding Differences in College Enrollment: Race, Class and Cultural Capital Race and Social Problems. 6: 280-292
Merolla DM, Serpe RT. (2013) STEM enrichment programs and graduate school matriculation: the role of science identity salience. Social Psychology of Education : An International Journal. 16: 575-597
Baughman KR, Ludwick R, Merolla D, et al. (2013) Disentangling consumer and provider predictors of advance care planning. The American Journal of Hospice & Palliative Care. 30: 717-25
Nazaretian Z, Merolla DM. (2013) Questioning Canadian criminal incidence rates: A re-analysis of the 2004 Canadian victimization survey Canadian Journal of Criminology and Criminal Justice. 55: 239-261
Merolla DM. (2013) The Net Black Advantage in Educational Transitions: An Education Careers Approach American Educational Research Journal. 50: 895-924
Baughman KR, Ludwick RE, Merolla DM, et al. (2012) Professional judgments about advance care planning with community-dwelling consumers. Journal of Pain and Symptom Management. 43: 10-9
Merolla DM, Serpe RT, Stryker S, et al. (2012) Structural Precursors to Identity Processes: The Role of Proximate Social Structures Social Psychology Quarterly. 75: 149-172
Merolla DM, Hunt MO, Serpe RT. (2011) Concentrated disadvan tage and beliefs about the causes of poverty: A multi-level analysis Sociological Perspectives. 54: 205-227
Merolla D. (2008) The war on drugs and the gender gap in arrests: A critical perspective Critical Sociology. 34: 255-270
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