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Hill, Andrea, Tammi Arford, Amy Lubitow, and Leandra Smollin. 2012. “‘I’m Ambivalent About It’: The Dilemmas of PowerPoint.” Teaching Sociology 40(3):242-56.
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Dobruck Lowe, Jennifer. (2012). Social Networks as an Anti-Poverty Strategy. Boston: Crittenton Women’s Union.
Straus, Murray A. and Ethel L. Mickey. 2012. “Reliability, validity, and prevalence of partner violence measured by the conflict-tactics scale in male-dominant nations.” Aggression and Violent Behavior 17:463-474.
Steven P. Vallas and Chris Prener, Dualism, “Job Polarization, and the Social Construction of Precarious Work.” Work and Occupations November 2012: 39, 4: 331-353.
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Smollin, Leandra M. and Arnold Arluke. 2013. “Rites of Pedagogical Passage: How Graduate Sociology Instructors Manage the Challenges of First Time Teaching.” Teaching Sociology. Online first, at http://tso.sagepub.com/. DOI: 10.1177/0092055X13502181.
Smollin, Leandra M. 2011. “Conceptualizing Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Queer Adolescent Dating Violence: A Review and Discussion of Research and Theory.” The Rutgers Journal of Sociology: Emerging Areas in Sociological Inquiry 1(1):133-164.
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