Tyler J. VanderWeele, Sociological Methods & Research 2010 38: 515-544.
Definitions of direct and indirect effects are given for settingsin which individuals are clustered in groups or neighborhoodsand in which treatments are administered at the group level.A particular intervention may Read the rest of this entry »
Luc Pauwels, Sociological Methods & Research 2010 38: 545-581.
Visual research is still a rather dispersed and ill-defineddomain within the social sciences. Despite a heightened interestin using visuals in research, efforts toward a more unifiedconceptual and methodological framework for dealing vigilantlywith the specifics of this (relatively) new way Read the rest of this entry »
Stephan M. Wagner, Christian Rau, and Eckhard Lindemann, Sociological Methods & Research 2010 38: 582-618.
The value of multiple informant methodology for improving thevalidity in determining organizational properties has been increasinglyrecognized. However, the majority of empirical research Read the rest of this entry »
This article extends the Blinder—Oaxaca decompositionmethod to the decomposition of changes in the wage gap betweenwhite and black men over time. The previously implemented technique,in which the contributions of two decomposition components areestimated by Read the rest of this entry »