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Since Roe v. Wade:
American Public Opinion and Law on Abortion

(Released January 2005)

 
  by Sandra S. Stanton  

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  1. Roe v. Wade: The Impact of an Outdated Decision on Reproductive Technologies
    Policy Studies Review, 1989, 8, 2, winter, 368-379

  2. Recent Developments in Abortion Law in Industrialized Countries
    Law, Medicine and Health Care, 1990, 18, 4, winter, 404-418

  3. Privacy as Autonomy vs Privacy as Familial Attachment: A Conceptual Approach to Right to Privacy Cases
    Policy Studies Review, 1994, 13, 1-2, spring, 91-110

  4. Abortion in the United States: Politics or Policy?
    The Bulletin of the Atomic Scientists, 1986, 42, 4, Apr, 38-41

  5. Legal and Ethical Issues in Evaluating Abortion Services
    American Journal of Evaluation, 2000, 21, 3, fall, 329-340

  6. The Law of Fertility Regulation in the United States: A 1980 Review
    Journal of Family Law, 1980-81, 19, 1, Nov, 65-96

  7. Abortion: Law, Public Services, and Decision
    Social Development Issues, 1983, 7, 2, summer, 43-49

  8. The Fetus as a Patient: Emerging Rights as a Person?
    American Journal of Law and Medicine, 1983, 9, 1, spring, 1-29

  9. Legal Abortion: The Impending Obsolescence of the Trimester Framework
    American Journal of Law and Medicine, 1988, 14, 1, spring, 69-108

  10. Keeping Abortion Clinics Open: The Importance of Ragsdale v. Turnock in the Post-Casey Era
    Policy Studies Review, 1994, 13, 1-2, spring, 111-126

  11. Should Parental Involvement Be Required for Minors' Abortions?
    Family Relations, 1991, 40, 2, Apr, 155-160

  12. The Abortion Struggle in America
    Bioethics, 1989, 3, 4, Oct, 320-332

  13. From Pragmatism to Politics: A Qualitative Study of Abortion Providers
    Women and Health, 2002, 36, 4, 103-113

    Sociology Abstracts Go to Social Services Abstracts

  14. The Christian Right and Its Impact on American Politics
    Journal of the Social Sciences, 2000, 28, 3, autumn, 7-41

  15. How Interest Groups Attempt to Shape Public Opinion with Competing News Frames
    Journalism & Mass Communication Quarterly, 2000, 77, 3, autumn, 577-592

  16. Core Beliefs and Abortion Attitudes: A Look at Latinos
    Social Science Quarterly, 2000, 81, 1, Mar, 253-260

  17. Abortion Decisions among Hispanic Women along the Texas-Mexico Border
    Social Science Quarterly, 2000, 81, 1, Mar, 237-252

  18. The Value of Life: The Effects of Religion Belief upon Opinion on Abortion, Euthanasia and the Death Penalty
    Southern Sociological Society (SSS), 2000

  19. Gender and the Political Choices of Women Clergy
    CHRISTIAN CLERGY IN AMERICAN POLITICS, Crawford, Sue E. S., & Olson, Laura R. [Eds], Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins U Press, 2001, pp 47-65

  20. Polarization in Abortion Attitudes in U.S. Religious Traditions, 1972-1998
    Sociological Forum, 2002, 17, 3, Sept, 397-422

  21. Opinion Polarization: Important Contributions, Necessary Limitations
    American Journal of Sociology, 2001, 106, 4, Jan, 944-959

  22. How Storytelling Can Be Empowering
    CULTURE IN MIND: TOWARD A SOCIOLOGY OF CULTURE AND COGNITION, Cerulo, Karen A. [Ed], New York: Routledge, 2002 pp 187-198

  23. Abortion Polls: Ideology and Social Science
    Sociological Imagination, 2000, 37, 1, 46-79

  24. The Impact of Mandatory Waiting Periods and Parental Consent Laws on the Timing of Abortion and State of Occurrence among Adolescents in Mississippi and South Carolina
    Journal of Policy Analysis and Management, 2001, 20, 2, spring, 263-282

  25. Reproductive Health Differences among Latin American- and US-Born Young Women
    Journal of Urban Health, 2001, 78, 4, Dec, 627-637

  26. Culture Wars and Opinion Polarization: The Case of Abortion
    American Journal of Sociology, 2001, 106, 4, Jan, 913-943

  27. Becoming an Activist: Believers, Sympathizers, and Mobilization in the American Pro-Life Movement
    Dissertation Abstracts International, A: The Humanities and Social Sciences, 2002, 63, 1, July, 368-A

  28. Religion, Plausibility Structures, and Education's Effect on Attitudes toward Elective Abortion
    Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 2001, 40, 2, June, 187-203

  29. The Polls-Trends: Abortion
    Public Opinion Quarterly, 2003, 67, 3, fall, 407-429

  30. Missing Poststructuralism, Missing Foucault: Butler and Fraser on Capitalism and the Regulation of Sexuality
    Social Text, 2001, 19, 2(67), summer, 103-125

  31. Changing Frameworks in Attitudes toward Abortion
    Sociological Forum, 2002, 17, 2, June, 187-201

  32. Culture and Class as Determinants of Out-of-Wedlock Childbearing and Poverty during Late Adolescence
    Journal of Research on Adolescence, 1993, 3, 3, 295-316

  33. Parental Involvement Laws, Religion, and Abortion Rates
    Gender Issues, 2000, 18, 4, fall, 33-46

  34. Social and Cultural Determinants of Attitudes toward Abortion: A Test of Reiss' Hypotheses
    The Social Science Journal, 2004, 41, 1, 93-105