85 Soc. F. [i] (2006-2007)

handle is hein.journals/josf85 and id is 1 raw text is: Social Forceseptember 2006
Volume 85 Number 1
Institutional Panethnicity:
Boundary Formation in Asian-American Organizing
Dina G. Okamoto, University of California, Davis ........................................ 1
Dropping the Hyphen?
Becoming Latino(a)-American through Racialized Assimilation
Tanya  Golash-Boza, University  of Kansas ................................................... 27
Double-Checking the Race Box: Examining Inconsistency between Survey
Measures of Observed and Self-Reported Race
Aliya Saperstein, University of California-Berkeley ................................... 57
Structural Assimilation Revisited:
Mexican-Origin Nativity and Cross-Ethnic Primary Ties
Susan  K. Brown, University  of California, Irvine  ............................................ 75
Brutal Borders? Examining the Treatment of Deportees
During Arrest and Detention
Scott Phillips, University of Denver
Jacqueline Maria Hagan, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill
Nestor Rodriguez, University  of Houston .................................................   93
Whites' Opposition to Affirmative Action:
Rejection of Group-based Preferences as well as Rejection of Blacks
Thomas  C. W ilson, Florida Atlantic  University ............................................. 111
Parenting Across Racial and Class Lines: Assortative Mating Patterns of New
Parents Who Are Married, Cohabiting, Dating or No Longer Romantically Involved
Joshua R. Goldstein, Princeton University
Kristen  Harknett, University  of Pennsylvania  ............................................... 121
The Linking of Sociology and Biology
A Special Section edited by:
Guang Guo, University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill ................................. 145
Gene-Culture Coevolutionary Games
Marion Blute, University of Toronto at Mississauga ........................ 151
Testosterone and Social Behavior
Alan Booth, Pennsylvania State University
Douglas A. Granger, Pennsylvania State University
Allan Mazur, Syracuse University
Katie T. Kivlighan, Pennsylvania State University ............................ 166

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