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  • 751. Publications & Writing

    Topic 21 – Web Resources on Remittances

    Finance and Development Institutions International Monetary FundThe IMF provides definitions, guidelines for compiling data, and statistics about remittances as part of its keeping track of balance of payments between nations.  This page provides a link to the IMF's Balance of P…

    Publisher Social Science Research Council, 2009

  • 752. Publications & Writing

    Toward a More Public Social Science

    Note: This essay first appeared as a "Word from the President" in the President's Report (SSRC, 2004), pp. 14-18.   When lawsuits challenged affirmative action policies at the University of Michigan, social scientists contributed to several amicus curiae briefs and an active pub…

    Author Calhoun, Craig Publisher Social Science Research Council, 2004 Read online Download PDF

  • 753. Publications & Writing

    Towards an integrated science of morality: Linking mind, society and culture

    Publication by DPDF 2010 "Discrimination Studies" Fellow Rengin Firat and Chad Michael McPherson. This chapter constructs a sociological mantle for morality and the mind by specifying broad theoretical traditions in the sociological literature on structure, culture, and interact…

    Contributors McPherson, Chad Michael, Firat, Rengin B Publisher Springer Publications, 2010

  • 754. Publications & Writing

    Tragedy and the Economics of Providence in Richardson's Clarissa

    Publication by DPDF 2010 "After Secularization: New Approaches to Religion and Modernity" Fellow Alex Eric Hernandez. The postscript to the 1751 edition of Clarissa provides Samuel Richardson's most definitive explication of what he was doing through the novel's unfashionably tr…

    Author Hernandez, Alex Eric Publisher University of Toronto Press, 2010 Read online Download JPG

  • 755. Publications & Writing

    Transformations: Immigration and Immigration Research in the United States

    Contributors Ruben G. Rumbaut (Editor), Nancy Foner (Editor), Steven J Gold (Editor)

  • 756. Publications & Writing

    Transitional Justice, Culture, and Society: Beyond Outreach

    Transitional justice processes have a fundamental public dimension: their impact depends in part on the social support they receive. Beyond outreach programs, other initiatives, such as media and cultural interventions, can strengthen—or in some cases undermine—the public res…

    Publisher Social Science Research Council, 2014 Read online Download PDF

  • 757. Publications & Writing

    Transitional Justice and Development: Making Connections

    Developing societies emerging from conflict and authoritarianism are frequently beset by poverty, inequality, weak institutions, broken infrastructure, poor governance, insecurity, and low levels of social capital. The same countries are also often the scene of massive human righ…

    Contributors Pablo de Greiff (Editor), Roger Duthie (Editor) Publisher Social Science Research Council, 2009 Read online Download PDF

  • 758. Publications & Writing

    Transitional Justice and Displacement

    Transitional Justice is often pursued in contexts where people have beenforced from their homes by human rights violations and have sufferedadditional abuses while displaced. Little attention has been paid, however,to how transitional justice measures can respond to the injustice…

    Publisher Social Science Research Council, 2012 Read online Download PDF

  • 759. Publications & Writing

    Transnational Migration Studies: Past Developments and Future Trends

    This paper provides an overview of current research and future trends on transnational migration. Most scholars now recognize that many contemporary migrants and their predecessors maintain various kinds of ties to their homelands at the same time that they are incorporated into…

    Contributors Levitt, Peggy, Jaworsky, B. Nadya Read online Download PDF

  • 760. Publications & Writing

    Transnational governance and the re-centered state: Sustainability or legality?

    Journal article written by 2012 DPDF Governing Global Production codirector Tim Bartley in Regulation & Governance. After two decades in which transnational governance of production processes has typically meant voluntary subscription to privately developed standards, some transn…

    Author Bartley, Tim Publisher John Wiley & Sons, 2014