SOCIAL SCIENCE HISTORY
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- As the official journal of the Social Science History Association, SOCIAL SCIENCE HISTORY emphasizes "improving the quality of historical explanation in teaching and research of relevant theories and methods from the social science disciplines." Quantitative analysis is stressed in many articles with particular emphasis on longitudinal studies. Research studies focus on the family, demography, economic issues, social classes, labor force, crime, and poverty. Each issue includes five or six articles on subjects ranging from southern tenant farmers to mill town mortality, and from collective memories to progressivism in major political parties. Occasionally a special section or issue is devoted to a single theme such as gender, race, and class, or migration and labor markets. Many articles focus on U.S. historical research, but British and European history are also covered (Katz).
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