2012 - Distinguished Career Award for the Practice of Sociology, American Sociological Association
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Social psychology, Ethnic group, Architecture, Metropolitan area and Demographic economics. Her study on Job satisfaction is often connected to Stress, Contextual effects and Work as part of broader study in Social psychology. Her work focuses on many connections between Ethnic group and other disciplines, such as Social science, that overlap with her field of interest in Census, Pluralism and Resource mobilization.
Her studies deal with areas such as Period, Subject, Inference, Sociological imagination and Value as well as Architecture. Her Metropolitan area research includes elements of Racism, Culture of poverty, Poverty, Socioeconomic status and Economic inequality. The concepts of her Demographic economics study are interwoven with issues in Socioeconomics and Everyday life.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Human rights, Social science, Law, Political economy and The arts. Her studies in Human rights integrate themes in fields like Public administration, State and Law and economics. Her research on Social science frequently links to adjacent areas such as Gender studies.
Her Gender studies study typically links adjacent topics like Middle class. Judith R. Blau does research in Law, focusing on Politics specifically. Judith R. Blau merges many fields, such as The arts and Metropolitan area, in her writings.
Judith R. Blau focuses on Human rights, Law, Law and economics, Politics and Public administration. The various areas that Judith R. Blau examines in her Human rights study include Chapel, Sustainable development, Economy, Social science and Socioeconomics. Her biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Social policy and Media studies.
Her work in Socioeconomics addresses subjects such as Positive economics, which are connected to disciplines such as Exceptionalism and American exceptionalism. Her Exceptionalism research incorporates elements of Poverty, Political economy, Per capita and Individualism. Her Public administration research focuses on Social movement and how it connects with Tea party and Mobilization.
Human rights, Law, Agreement, Politics and Public administration are her primary areas of study. Her Human rights research incorporates themes from Social policy and Social science. You can notice a mix of various disciplines of study, such as Nuclear physics, Solidarity and Political economy, in her Agreement studies.
She interconnects Public policy, Refugee and Humanity in the investigation of issues within Politics. Her Public administration research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Chapel, Fair trade, Treaty, Socioeconomics and Participatory democracy. Her Cultural rights study combines topics in areas such as Right to property, Linguistic rights and Bill of rights.
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The Cost of Inequality: Metropolitan Structure and Violent Crime
Judith R. Blau;Peter M. Blau.
American Sociological Review (1982)
Routine Leisure Activities and Rates of Crime: A Macro-Level Analysis
Steven F. Messner;Judith R. Blau.
Social Forces (1987)
Religious Pluralism and Church Membership: A Spatial Diffusion Model
Kenneth C. Land;Glenn Deane;Judith R. Blau.
American Sociological Review (1991)
Architects and firms : a sociological perspective on architectural practice
Mary Jo Hatch;Judith R. Blau.
Administrative Science Quarterly (1986)
Individual and Contextual Effects on Stress and Job Satisfaction: A Study of Prison Staff.
Judith R Blau;Stephen C Light;Mitchell B Chamlin.
Work And Occupations (1986)
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