83 Soc. F. [i] (2004-2005)

handle is hein.journals/josf83 and id is 1 raw text is: SEPTEMBER 2004,
Social Forces                                            s
VOLUME 83, NUMBER 1
Contents
Marc Dixon, Vincent J. Roscigno, Randy Hodson
U nions, Solidarity, and  Striking  .................................................................................  3
Bjorn Hallerod
What I Need and What the Poor Deserve .............................................................. 35
Gabriel Rossman
Elites, Masses, and Media Blacklists: The Dixie Chicks Controversy .................. 61
Arthur S. Alderson
Explaining the Upswing in Direct Investment: A Test of Mainstream and
Heterodox  Theories  of Globalization .....................................................................  81
Andrew Schrank
Ready-to-Wear Development? Foreign Investment, Technology Transfer, and
Learning-by-W  atching  in  the Apparel Trade ............................................................. 123
Dana R. Fisher, William R. Freudenburg
Post-industrialization and Environmental Quality: An Empirical Analysis
of  the  Environm ental  State  ......................................................................................... 157
Don Grant, Andrew W. Jones, Mary Nell Trautner
Do Facilities with Distant Headquarters Pollute More? How Civic Engagement
Conditions the Environmental Performance of Absentee Managed Plants ........... 189
Evan Shofer
Cross-national Differences in the Expansion of Science, 1970-1990 ...................... 215
David Jacobs, Jason T Carmichael
Ideology, Social Threat, and the Death Sentence: Capital Sentences
across  Tim e  and  Space  ................................................................................................ 249
April Linton
A Critical Mass Model of Bilingualism among U.S.-born Hispanics .................... 279
Scott South, Dane L. Haynie
Friendship  Networks  of M obile  Adolescents ........................................................... 315
Derek A. Kreager
Strangers in the Halls: Isolation and Delinquency in School Networks ................ 351

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