87 Soc. F. [i] (2008-2009)

handle is hein.journals/josf87 and id is 1 raw text is: Social ForcSeptember 2008
Volume 87: Number 1
Editor's Note: Social Forces Today
F ran qo is  N ielsen   ....................................................................................... i
Racial, Educational and Religious Endogamy in the United States:
A Comparative Historical Perspective
M ichael J. Rosenfeld, Stanford  University  ................................................... 1
SOUTHERN PERSPECTIVES
Movement of Movements:
Culture Moves in the Long Civil Rights Struggle
Larry  Isaac, Vanderbilt University  ............................................... 33
Black Voting During the Civil Rights Movement:
A Micro-level Analysis
Kraig Beyerlein, University of Arizona
Kenneth T. Andrews, University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill ........ 65
Who is Headed South?
U.S. Migration Trends in Black and White, 1970-2000
Larry L. Hunt, University of Maryland
Matthew 0. Hunt, Northeastern University
William W, Falk, University of Maryland ...................................... 95
EDUCATION, WORK AND THE LIFECOURSE
Post-secondary Educational Attainment of Immigrant
and Native Youth
Ursula Keller, Florida State University
Kathryn Harker Tillman, Florida State University ....................... 121
How Knowledge is Power: Education and Sense of Control
Scott Schieman, University of Toronto
Gabriele Plickert, University of Toronto ......................................  153
Job Loss at Mid-life:
Managers and Executives Face the New Risk Economy
Ruby Mendenhall, University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign
Ariel Kalil, University of Chicago
Laurel J. Spindel, University of Chicago
Cassandra M.D. Hart, Northwestern University ..........................1 85

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