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Tim Wadsworth
Tim Wadsworth
Associate Professor of Sociology, University of Colorado Boulder
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Is Immigration Responsible for the Crime Drop? An Assessment of the Influence of Immigration on Changes in Violent Crime Between 1990 and 2000*
T Wadsworth
Social Science Quarterly 91 (2), 531-553, 2010
3712010
Adult Suicide Mortality in the United States: Marital Status, Family Size, Socioeconomic Status, and Differences by Sex*
JT Denney, RG Rogers, PM Krueger, T Wadsworth
Social science quarterly 90 (5), 1167-1185, 2009
2512009
Marital happiness, marital status, health, and longevity
EM Lawrence, RG Rogers, A Zajacova, T Wadsworth
Journal of Happiness Studies 20 (5), 1539-1561, 2019
1922019
Hispanic suicide in US metropolitan areas: Examining the effects of immigration, assimilation, affluence, and disadvantage
T Wadsworth, CE Kubrin
American Journal of Sociology 112 (6), 1848-1885, 2007
1552007
Happiness and longevity in the United States
EM Lawrence, RG Rogers, T Wadsworth
Social Science & Medicine 145, 115-119, 2015
1542015
The meaning of work: Conceptualizing the deterrent effect of employment on crime among young adults
T Wadsworth
Sociological Perspectives 49 (3), 343-368, 2006
1422006
Deindustrialization, disadvantage and suicide among young black males
CE Kubrin, T Wadsworth, S DiPietro
Social Forces 84 (3), 1559-1579, 2006
1272006
Marriage and subjective well-being: How and why context matters
T Wadsworth
Social Indicators Research 126 (3), 1025-1048, 2016
952016
Obesity (sometimes) matters: The importance of context in the relationship between obesity and life satisfaction
T Wadsworth, PM Pendergast
Journal of Health and Social Behavior 55 (2), 196-214, 2014
912014
Explaining Suicide Among Blacks and Whites: How Socioeconomic Factors and Gun Availability Affect Race‐Specific Suicide Rates*
CE Kubrin, T Wadsworth
Social Science Quarterly 90 (5), 1203-1227, 2009
902009
Identifying the structural correlates of African American killings: what can we learn from data disaggregation?
CE Kubrin, T Wadsworth
Homicide Studies 7 (1), 3-35, 2003
862003
Structural factors and black interracial homicide: A new examination of the causal process
T Wadsworth, CE Kubrin
Criminology 42 (3), 647-672, 2004
842004
Labor markets, delinquency, and social control theory: An empirical assessment of the mediating process
T Wadsworth
Social Forces 78 (3), 1041-1066, 2000
822000
Poverty and violence
RD Crutchfield, T Wadsworth
International handbook of violence research, 67-82, 2003
582003
Suicide in the city: do characteristics of place really influence risk?
JT Denney, T Wadsworth, RG Rogers, FC Pampel
Social Science Quarterly 96 (2), 313-329, 2015
432015
Sex and the pursuit of happiness: How other people’s sex lives are related to our sense of well-being
T Wadsworth
Social Indicators Research 116, 115-135, 2014
372014
Investigating the rise (and fall) of young Black male suicide in the United States, 1982–2001
T Wadsworth, CE Kubrin, JR Herting
Journal of African American Studies 18, 72-91, 2014
342014
When missing data are not missing: A new approach to evaluating supplemental homicide report imputation strategies
T Wadsworth, JM Roberts Jr
Criminology 46 (4), 841-870, 2008
332008
Industrial composition, labor markets, and crime
T Wadsworth
Sociological Focus 37 (1), 1-24, 2004
222004
Race, ethnicity and subjective well-being: Exploring the disparities in life satisfaction among whites, latinx, and Asians
T Wadsworth, P Pendergast
International Journal of Wellbeing 11 (2), 2021
132021
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