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American Journal of Sociology, Volume 122, Number 6, May 2017



Interlock Globally, Act Domestically: Corporate Political Unity in the 21st Century by Joshua Murray
The Rise of Protestantism in Post-Mao China: State and Religion in Historical Perspective by Yanfei Sun
Organizational Structure and Collective Action: Lineage Networks, Semiautonomous Civic Associations, and Collective Resistance in Rural China by Yao LuRan Tao
Stitched on the Edge: Rule Evasion, Embedded Regulators, and the Evolution of Markets by Matthias ThiemannJan Lepoutre
When Does Globalization Lead to Local Adaptation? The Emergence of Hybrid Islamic Schools in Turkey, 1985–2007 by Anıl Divarcı ÇakmaklıChristophe BooneArjen van Witteloostuijn
School-to-Work Linkages in the United States, Germany, and France by Thomas A. DiPreteThijs BolChristina Ciocca EllerHerman G. van de Werfhorst
Ecological Networks and Neighborhood Social Organization by Christopher R. BrowningCatherine A. CalderBrian SollerAubrey L. JacksonJonathan Dirlam
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