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Marsden, Peter V.; Kalleberg, Arne L.; & Cook, Cynthia R. (1993). Gender Differences in Organizational Commitment: Influences of Work Positions and Family Roles.. Work and Occupations, 20, 368-90.

Mayer, Jonathan D. & Meade, Melinda S. (1993). A Reformed Medical Geography Reconsidered. The Professional Geographer: The Journal of the Association of American Geographers, 46(1), 103-6.

McLeod, Jane D. & Shanahan, Michael J. (1993). Poverty, Parenting, and Children's Mental Health. American Sociological Review, 58, 351-66.

Miner, Sonia; Logan, John R.; & Spitze, Glenna (1993). Predicting the Frequency of Senior Center Attendance. Gerontologist, 33(5), 650-7.

Morgan, S. Philip (1993). Third World Urbanization, Migration, and Family Adaptation. In Kasarda, John D. & Parnell, Allan M. (Eds.), Third World Cities: Problems, Policies, and Prospects (pp. 235-54). Newbury Park, Calif.: Sage.

Morgan, S. Philip; McDaniel, Antonio; Miller, Andrew T.; & Preston, Samuel H. (1993). Racial Differences in Household and Family Structure at the Turn of the Century. American Journal of Sociology, 98(4), 799-828.

Munoz, Alvaro; Schrager, Lewis K.; Bacellar, Helena; Speizer, Ilene S.; Vermund, Sten H.; Detels, Roger; Saah, Alfred J.; Kingsley, Lawrence A.; Seminara, Daniela; & Phair, John P. (1993). Trends in the Incidence of Outcomes Defining Acquired Immunodeficiency Syndrome (AIDS) in the Multicenter AIDS Cohort Study: 1985-1991. American Journal of Epidemiology, 137(4), 423-38.

Nath, Dilip C.; Singh, Kaushalendra Kumar; Land, Kenneth C.; & Talukdar, Pijush K. (1993). Breastfeeding and Postpartum Amenorrhea in a Traditional Society: A Hazards Model Analysis. Social Biology, 40(1-2), 74-86.

Olshan, Andrew F. & Faustman, Elaine M. (1993). Male-Mediated Developmental Toxicity. Annual Review of Public Health, 14, 159-91.

Pagnini, Deanna L. & Rindfuss, Ronald R. (1993). The Divorce of Marriage and Childbearing: Changing Attitudes and Behavior in the United States. Population and Development Review, 19, 331-47.