Published and Forthcoming
Charles Hirschman and Jennifer Lee. 2005. “Race and
Ethnic Inequality in Educational Attainment in the United States.” In
Michael Rutter and Marta Tienda, eds. Ethnicity and Causal
Mechanisms, pp. 107-138. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Amon Emeka and Charles Hirschman. 2005. “Who Applies For
and Who Is Selected for Washington State Achievers Scholarships? A
Preliminary Assessment.” In Edward St. John, ed. Public Policy and
Equal Educational Opportunity: Readings on Equal Education. Volume
21, pp. 177-206. New York: AMS Press.
Susan K. Brown and Charles Hirschman. 2006. “The End of
Action in Washington State and Its Impact on the Transition from High
School to College.” Sociology of Education 79:106-130.
Charles Hirschman and Irina Voloshin. 2007. “The
Structure of Teenage
Employment: Social Background and the Jobs Held by High School
Seniors.” Research in Social Stratification and Mobility 25:
Robert Plotnick. 2007. “Adolescent expectations and
marriage and parenthood.” Journal of Adolescence. 30:943-963.
Gunnar Almgren, Maya Magarati, and Elizabeth Mogford.
the Influences of Gender, Race, Ethnicity and Social Capital on the
Subjective Health of Adolescents.” Journal of Adolescence.
Stephanie Ewert. 2009. “Student misbehavior during
senior year: A
comparison of immigrants and the native-born.” Social Science
Research 38: 826-839.
Charles Hirschman, Nikolas Pharris-Ciurej, and Joseph
Willhoft. “A New Look at the Process of High School Attrition: New
Insights from Administrative Data.”
Jerald R. Herting, Charles Hirschman, and Nikolas
Impact of the Promise of Scholarships and Altering School Structure on
College Plans, Preparation, and Enrollment." Revised paper which has be
re-submitted to Sociology of Education.
Charles Hirschman, Jennifer Lee, and Amon Emeka. “Race
and Ethnic Disparities in Educational Ambitions among High School
Nikolas Pharris-Ciurej and Charles Hirschman. “Loosening
the Bonds of Ascription: An Evaluation of the Washington State Achiever
Other Publications by Charles Hirschman and the UW-BHS
Charles Hirschman. 2007. “The Impact of Immigration on
American Society: Looking Backward to the Future.” Transit -
Europäische Revue (German language periodical published by
the Institute of Human Sciences, Vienna, Austria). 32:(Winter): 84-99.
Also available in English online via Eurozine
Also published online in a Social Science Research Council Forum on
“Border Battles: The United States Immigration Debates” available at http://borderbattles.ssrc.org/Hirschman/
Charles Hirschman. 2007. “Immigration and an Aging
America: Downward Spiral or Virtuous Circle?” In K. Warner Schaie and
Peter Uhlenberg (eds.) Social Structures: The Impact of Demographic
Changes on the Well-being of Older Persons. New York: Springer
Publishing Company, pp. 37-51.
Charles Hirschman and Douglas S. Massey. 2008. “Peoples
and Places: The
New American Mosaic.” In Douglas S. Massey (ed.) New Faces and New
Places: The Changing Geography of American Immigration. New York:
Russell Sage Foundation, pp. 1-21.
Charles Hirschman. 2008. "What Happened,
Sociologically-Speaking, During the Twentieth Century?” A Review Essay
of Century of Difference: How America Changed in the Last One
Hundred Years, by Claude S. Fischer and Michael Hout. Contemporary
Sociology 37: 415-417.
Anthony Daniel Perez and Charles Hirschman. 2009. “The
and Ethnic Composition of the U.S. Population: Emerging American
Identities.” Population and Development Review 35: 1-51.
Charles Hirschman and Elizabeth Mogford. 2009.
“Immigration and the American Industrial Revolution from 1880 to 1920.”
Social Science Research 38: 897-920.
Anthony Daniel Perez and Charles Hirschman. 2009.
Interracial Mobility in the United States: A Residual Methods
Approach.” Sociological Methodology 39: 31-71.
Charles Hirschman and Anthony Daniel Perez. 2010.
“Immigration and Nativism in the United States and Europe: Demography
and Globalization versus the Nation-State.” In Jens Alber and Neil
Gilbert (eds.) United in Diversity? Comparing Social Models in
Europe and America. New York: Oxford University Press, pp. 381-400.