Sociological Methodology, Volume 41, 2011
February 2012, Wiley-Blackwell
The 2011 volume of Sociological Methodology continues a 43-year tradition of providing cutting-edge methodology for sociological research. Under the editorship of Tim F. Liao, three features are prominent in this volume:
- Appropriate and practical methods for substantive social science research.
- Contributions by both sociologists and non-sociologists that have important methodological implications for the social sciences.
- Dedication to publishing purely methodological work that may benefi t sociology and the broader social sciences.
2. Dealing with Extreme Response Style in Cross-Cultural Research: A Restricted Latent Class Factor Analysis Approach Meike Morren, John P. T. M Gellisen, and Jeroen K. Vermunt
3. Accounting for Misclassification Bias in Binary Outcome Measures of Illness: The Case of Post-traumatic Stress Disorder in Male Veterans Elizabeth Savoca
4. Inferring Logit Models from Empirical Margins Using Proxy Data Ju-Sung Lee and Kathleen Carley
5. Biases of Parameter Estimates in Misspecified Structural Equation Models Stanislav Kolenikov
6. Entropy-Based Segregation Indices Ricardo Mora and Javier Ruiz-Castillo
7. A Transition-Oriented Approach to Optimal Matching Torsten Biemann
8. Decomposition of Inequality Among Groups by Counterfactual Modeling: An Analysis of the GenderWage Gap in Japan Kazuo Yamaguchi
9. Bayesian Meta-Analysis of Social Network Data via Conditional Uniform Graph Quantiles Carter T. Butts
10. Bernoulli Graph Bounds for General Random Graphs Carter T. Butts
11. On Respondent-Driven Sampling and Snowball Sampling in Hard-to-Reach Populations and Snowball Sampling Not in Hard-to-Reach Populations Leo A. Goodman
12. Snowball Versus Respondent-Driven Sampling Douglas D. Heckathorn
13. On the Concept of Snowball Sampling Mark S. Handcock and Krista J. Gile