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AJSLAsian Journal of Shipping and Logistics (Elsevier)
AJSLAssociation Jeunes Scientifiques Luxembourg (French: Luxembourg Young Scientist Association)
AJSLAssociation for Japanese Social Literature
AJSLAmerican Journal of Sociology (University of Chicago; Chicago, IL)
AJSLAssociation des Journalistes Sportifs de Leogane (French: Association of Sports Journalists of Léogâne; Léogâne, Haiti)
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Granovetter, M., (1985), "Economic Action, Social Structure: The problem of Embeddedness", American Journal of Sociology, 91: 481-510
"Social Capital in the Creation of Human Capital," American journal of Sociology, (94:Suppl.), 1988, pp.
Chwe, Michael Suk-Young "Structure and Strategy in Collective Action" American Journal of Sociology, 105 (1999): 128-156.
While it is not the oldest scholarly journal of sociology in the United States, that place of pride is held by the American Journal of Sociology published by the University of Chicago Press, it does have the honor of being the journal identified in 2008 as having had the greatest impact of all sociology journals, an indication of the number of times it was cited by other relevant publications (http://sciencewatch.com/dr/sci/08/jul6-08_1/).
"Cowbirds, Locals, and the Dynamic Endurance of Regionalism" American Journal of Sociology 109.6(2004): 1411-51.
As Susan Clampet-Lundquist and Douglas Massey point out in a forthcoming American Journal of Sociology article, because of such extensive outmigration, these families accumulated relatively little time in areas of low poverty, not to mention in those low-poverty neighborhoods that are racially integrated.
To answer this question a replication of the 1940 study of sexual morality of college students by John Cuber and Betty Bell published in the American Journal of Sociology was conducted between 2000 and 2005.
A paper in the July American Journal of Sociology argues that this "dense, fully integrated, global trade network" was an unintended by-product of employee malfeasance.
"The ideologically driven critique." American Journal of Sociology 107:1533-50.
See Edgar Kiser and Michael Hechter, "The Debate on Historical Sociology: Rational Choice Theory and Its Critics," The American Journal of Sociology, vol.
Raudenbush, "Systematic Social Observation of Public Spaces: A New Look at Disorder in Urban Neighborhoods," American Journal of Sociology 105, no.
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