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This appendix lists papers and related documents concerning the General Social Surveys. Most papers are available at the GSS website, http://www.gss.norc.org/. An annotated bibliography of papers using the General Social Surveys is also available at the GSS website, http://www.gss.norc.org/. For information, email: [email protected] or write to: GSS, NORC, 1155 East 60th Street, Chicago, Illinois 60637.

Newsletter GSS NEWS, 1987-2016. (Free). 2007+ (on-line)

Other Publications "The NORC General Social Survey: Questions and Answers," Chicago: NORC, 2004, 11 p. James A. Davis and Tom W. Smith, The NORC General Social Survey: A User's Guide. Newbury Park, California: Sage Publications, 1992.

GSS Reports A. Social Change Reports 1.

James A. Davis, "Communism, Conformity, Cohorts and Categories: American Tolerance in 1954 and 1972-73," Published in American Journal of Sociology, 81 (November, 1975), 491-513.

2.

James A. Davis, "Background Characteristics in the U.S. Adult Population 1952-1973: A Survey-Metric Model," Published in Social Science Research, 5 (1976), 349-383.

3.

Tom W. Smith, "Ms. President?: A Study of Trends in the Political Role of Women, 1936-1974," Published in Studies of Social Change Since 1948, edited by James A. Davis, NORC Report 127B, Chicago: NORC, 1976, II, 215-254. ($7.00)

4.

Tom W. Smith, “A Trend Analysis of Attitudes Towards Capital Punishment," Published in Studies of Social Change Since 1948, edited by James A. Davis, NORC Report 127B, Chicago: NORC, 1976, II, 255-318. ($7.00)

5.

Tom W. Smith, "Age and Social Change: An Analysis of the Association between Age-Cohorts and Attitude Change, 1972-1977," Paper presented at the Eastern Sociological Society, Philadelphia, April, 1978, 21p.

6.

Tom W. Smith, "Happiness: Time Trends, Seasonal Variations, Inter-Survey Differences, and Other Mysteries," GSS Technical Report No.6, Chicago: NORC, 1978. Published in Social Psychology Quarterly, 42 (Spring, 1979), 18-30.

7.

Tom W. Smith, "Public Opinion Regarding Various Forms of Sexual Behavior," GSS Technical Report No. 10, Chicago: NORC, 1978 (with D. Garth Taylor), 32p.

8.

Tom W. Smith, "A Compendium of Trends on General Social Survey Questions," GSS Technical Report No. 15, Chicago: NORC, 1979. Revised Version, NORC Report No. 129, Chicago: NORC, 1980, 260p. ($7.50)

9.

Tom W. Smith, "General Liberalism and Social Change in Post World War II America: A Summary of Trends," GSS Technical Report No. 16, Chicago: NORC, 1979. Published in Social Indicators Research, 10 (January, 1982), 1-28.

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10. James A. Davis, "Conservative Weather in a Liberalizing Climate: Change in Selected NORC General Social Survey Items, 1972-78," Published in Social Forces, 58 (June, 1980), 1129-1156. 11. Tom W. Smith, "The 75% Solution: An Analysis of the Structure of Attitudes on Gun Control, 1959-1977," Published in Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, 71 (September, 1980), 300-316. 12. James A. Davis, "The Parental Families of Americans in Birth Cohorts 1890-1955: A Categorical, Linear-Equation Model Estimated from the NORC General Social Survey," Published in Social Indicators Research, 9 (1981), 395-453. 13. Tom W. Smith, "Public Support for Educational Spending: Trends, Rankings, and Models, 1971-1978," Published in Monitoring Educational Outcomes and Public Attitudes, edited by Kevin J. Gilmartin and Robert S. Rossi, New York: Human Sciences Press, 1982. 14. Millard Duchon, "An Evaluation of Trends in GSS Item Types--Changes Due to the 1980 GSS," GSS Technical Report No. 32, Chicago: NORC, December, 1981, 24p. 15. Tom W. Smith, "The Polls: American Attitudes toward the Soviet Union and Communism," Published in Public Opinion Quarterly, 47 (Summer, 1983), 277-292. 16. James A. Davis, "Counting Your Change for a Ten: America from 1972 to 1982 as Reflected in the NORC General Social Survey," GSS Technical Report No. 43, Chicago: NORC, June, 1983, 35p. 17. Tom W. Smith, "Cycles of Reform? A Summary of Trends Since World War II," Paper presented to the American Sociological Association, San Antonio, August, 1984, 34p. 18. James A. Davis, "New Money, An Old Man/Lady and 'Two's Company': Subjective Welfare in the NORC General Social Surveys, 1972-1982," Published in Social Indicators Research, 15 (November, 1984), 319-350. 19. Tom W. Smith, "Atop a Liberal Plateau? A Summary of Trends Since World War II," Published in Research in Urban Policy, I (1985), 245-257. 20. Tom W. Smith, "Catholic Attitudes toward Abortion," Published in Conscience, 5 (July/August, 1984), 6-7. 21. Tom W. Smith, "American Attitudes Toward Race Relations," Published in Public Opinion, 7 (October/November, 1984) 14-15 (with Paul B. Sheatsley), 50-53. 22. Tom W. Smith, "Did Ferraro's Candidacy Reduce Public Support for Feminism?" Unpublished NORC Report, 1985, 14p. 23. Tom W. Smith, "Trends in Attitudes on Sexual and Reproductive Issues," Paper presented to the NORC/Allensbach Conference on the Family, Chicago, October, 1985, 22p. 24. James A. Davis, "What the GSS Tells Us About Social Change, 1972-1985," GSS Technical Report No. 71, Chicago: NORC, July, 1986, 78p. 25. Tom W. Smith, "Red in the Morning: Recent Trends in American Attitudes Toward the Soviet Union and Communism," Published in The NORC Reporter, 1 (Winter, 1987), 4-5. 26. Tom W. Smith, "Counting Flocks and Lost Sheep: Trends in Religious Preference Since World War II," Chicago: NORC, February, 1988, 90p. 27. Duane F. Alwin, "Changes in Qualities Valued in Children in the United States, 1964 to 1984," Published in Social Science Research, 18 (1989), 195-236. 28. Duane F. Alwin, "Historical Changes in Parental Orientations to Children," Chicago: NORC, Fall, 1987, 38p. Published in Sociological Studies of Child Development, 3 (1988). 29. Tom W. Smith, "Liberal and Conservative Trends in the United States Since World War II," Chicago: NORC, July, 1988, Published in Public Opinion Quarterly, 54 (Winter, 1990), 479-507. 30. James A. Davis, "Communism and Cohorts Continued: American Tolerance in 1954 and 1972-87," Chicago: NORC,

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June, 1988, 69p. 31. Duane F. Alwin, "Family of Origin and Cohort Differences in Verbal Ability," Chicago: NORC, 1989, 62 p. Published in American Sociological Review, 56 (October, 1991), 625-638. 32. Tom W. Smith, "Are Conservative Churches Growing?" Chicago: NORC, 1991, 46p. Published in Review of Religious Research, 33 (June, 1992), 305-329. 33. James A. Davis, "Changeable Weather in a Cooling Climate Atop the Liberal Plateau: Conversion and Replacement in 42 GSS Items, 1972-1989," 49p. Published in Public Opinion Quarterly, 56 (Fall, 1992), 261-306. 34. Tom W. Smith, "The Impact of the Televangelist Scandals of 1987-88 on American Religious Beliefs and Behaviors," Chicago: NORC, April, 1991, 32 p. Published in Public Opinion Quarterly, 56 (Fall, 1992), 360-380. 35. 35. Tom W. Smith, "Attitudes towards Sexual Permissiveness: Trends, Correlates, and Behavioral Connections" Chicago: NORC, March, 1992, 49 p. Revised version in Sexuality Across the Life Course, edited by Alice S. Rossi. Chicago: University of Chicago Press, (1994) 63-97. 36. Tom W. Smith, "Is There Real Opinion Change?" Chicago: NORC, February, 1993, 17 p. Published in International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 6 (1994), 187-203. 37. Tom W Smith, "Generational Differences in Musical Preferences," Chicago: NORC, May 1994, 24p. Published in Popular Music and Society, 18 (Summer, 1995), 43-59. 38. Tom W Smith and Robert J. Smith, "Changes in Firearm Ownership Among Women, 1980-1994," Chicago: NORC, November 1994, 24p. Published in Journal of Criminal Law and Criminology, 86 (Fall, 1995), 133-149. 39. Paul DiMaggio, John Evans and Bethany Bryson, "Have Americans’ Social Attitudes Become More Polarized?" Chicago: NORC, January 1996, 71p. Published in American Journal of Sociology, 102 (Nov., 1996), 690-755. 40. James A. Davis, "Twenty Years American Attitudes Change as Captured in the GSS," Chicago: NORC, 1997, 17p. Published as "The GSS - Capturing American Attitude Change" in The Public Perspective, 8 (February/March, 1997), 31-34. 41. James A. Davis, “Testing the Demographic Theory of Attitude Change: Secular Attitudes in Attitudes Among U.S. Households, 1972-1996,” Chicago: NORC, 1999, 65p. 42. Tom W. Smith, “The Emerging 21st Century American Family,” Chicago: NORC, 1999, 65p. 43. Tom W. Smith, “Changes in the Generation Gap, 1972-1988,” Chicago: NORC, September, 2000, 44p. 44. Michael Hout, “Educational Progress for African Americans and Latinos in the United States from the 1950s to the 1990s: The Interaction of Ancestry and Class,” Chicago: NORC, 2000, 30p. 45. Michael Hout, Andrew Greeley, and Melissa J. Wilde, “The Demographic Imperative in Religious Change in the United States,” Chicago: NORC, 2001, 48p. Published in American Journal of Sociology, 107 (Sept., 2001), 468-500. 46. Michael Hout and Claude S. Fischer, “Explaining the Rise of Americans with No Religious Preference: Politics and Generations,” Chicago: NORC, 2001, 53p. Published in American Sociological Review, 67 (April, 2002), 165-190. 47. Tom W. Smith, “Religious Diversity in America: The Emergence of Muslims, Buddhists, Hindus, and Others,” Chicago: NORC, January, 2002, 19p. Published in the Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 41 (September, 2002), 577585. 48. James A. Davis, “Did Growing Up in the 1960s Leave a Permanent Mark on Attitudes and Values? Evidence from the GSS,” Chicago: NORC, 2002, 24pp. Published in Public Opinion Quarterly, 69 (Summer, 2004), 161-183. 49. Tom W. Smith and Seokho Kim, “The Vanishing Protestant Majority,” Chicago; NORC, 2004, 23pp. published in Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion. 44 (June, 2005), 211-224. 50. Tom W. Smith, “The Laws of Studying Societal Change,” Chicago; NORC, 2005, 8pp. Survey Research, 36 (2005) 1-5,

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Revised and Expanded as “Formulating the Laws for Studying Societal Change,” Chicago: NORC, 2006. 51. James A. Davis, “Gradual Increases in Americans’ Tolerance of Free Expression, 1972-2004,” Chicago: NORC, March, 2007. 52. James A. Davis, “On the Seemingly Relentless Progress in Americans’ Support for Free Expression, 1972-2006,” Chicago: NORC, June, 2008. 53. Tom W. Smith, “Changes in Family Structure, Family Values, and Politics, 1972- 2006,” Chicago: NORC, 2008. 54. Tom W. Smith, “Trends in Confidence in Institutions, 1973-2006,” Chicago: NORC, 2008. 55. Tom W. Smith, "Trends in Willingness to Vote for a Black and Woman for President, 1972-2008” Chicago: NORC, 2009. 56. Davis, James A. “On the Shapes of Social Change” Chicago: NORC, 2009. 57. Tom W. Smith, "An Analysis of Cohort Differences on Abortion Attitudes, 1972-2006" Chicago: NORC, 2009. 58. James A. Davis, "A Rough and Ready Approach to Aging and Cohort Replacement" Chicago: NORC, 2010. 59. Tom W. Smith, “Trends in Support for Civil Liberties,” Chicago: NORC, 2011. 60. James A. Davis, “A Generation of Attitude Trends among U.S. Householders as Measured in the NORC General Social Survey 1972-2010.” Chicago: NORC, 2011. Published in Social Science Research, 42 (2013), 571-583. 61. Smith, Tom W.; Son, Jaesok, “Trends in National Spending Priorities 1973-2016” Chicago: NORC, 2017. 62. Davis, Jim; Smith, Tom W., “The Evolution of Political Ideology Among White US Households 1975-2014” Chicago: NORC, 2017. B. GSS Methodological Reports 1.

Tom W. Smith, "Can We Have Confidence in Confidence? Revisited," GSS Technical Report No. 1. Chicago: NORC, 1977. Superseded by GSS Technical Report No. 11. Published in Denis F. Johnston, ed., Measurement of Subjective Phenomena, Washington, D.C.: GPO, 1981, 119-189.

2.

Tom W. Smith, "In Search of House Effects: A Comparison of Responses to Various Questions by Different Survey Organizations," GSS Technical Report No. 2, Chicago: NORC, October, 1977. Published in Public Opinion Quarterly 42, (Winter, 1978), 443-463.

3.

C. Bruce Stephenson, "Weighting the General Social Surveys for Bias Relating to Household Size," GSS Technical Report No. 3, Chicago: NORC, 1978, 14p.

4.

Tom W. Smith, "Size of Place Codes in the 1972-1977 General Social Surveys," GSS Technical Report No. 4, Chicago: NORC, 1978. Appendix 2 covering 1980 Census added April, 1984.

5.

Tom W. Smith, "Response Rates on the 1975-1978 General Social Surveys with Comparisons to the Omnibus Surveys of the Survey Research Center, 1972-1976," GSS Technical Report No. 7, Chicago: NORC, 1978, 10p.

6.

Tom W. Smith, "Ethnic Measurement and Identification," GSS Technical Report No. 8, Chicago: NORC, 1978. Published in Ethnicity 7, (March, 1980), p. 78-95.

7.

C. Bruce Stephenson, "Probability Sampling with Quotas: An Experiment," GSS Technical Report No. 5, Chicago: NORC, revised April, 1979. Published in Public Opinion Quarterly 43, (Winter 1979), p. 477-496.

8.

Tom W. Smith, "An Analysis of Test/Retest Experiments on the 1972, 1973, 1974, and 1978 General Social Surveys," GSS Technical Report No. 14, Chicago: NORC, 1979 (with C. Bruce Stephenson), 85p.

9.

Tom W. Smith, "Sex and the GSS: Nonresponse Differences," GSS Technical Report No. 17, Chicago: NORC, 1979, 14p.

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10. Tom W. Smith, "Situational Qualifications to Generalized Absolutes: An Analysis of Approval of Hitting Questions on the General Social Surveys," GSS Technical Report No. 21, Chicago: NORC, 1980. Published in Public Opinion Quarterly 45 (Summer, 1981), 224-230. 11. Tom W. Smith, "Self-Employment--An Analysis of GSS Measures of Employment Status," GSS Technical Report No 20, Chicago: NORC, 1980, 10p. 12. Tom W. Smith, "The Subjectivity of Ethnicity," Published in Surveying Subjective Phenomena, edited by Charles F. Turner and Elizabeth Martin. New York: Russell Sage, 1985, 117-128. 13. Nora Cate Schaeffer, "A General Social Survey Experiment in Generic Words," GSS Technical Report No. 22, Chicago: NORC, 1981. Published in Public Opinion Quarterly, 46 (Winter, 1982), 572-581. 14. Tom W. Smith, "House Effects: A Comparison of the 1980 General Social Survey and the 1980 American National Election Study," GSS Technical Report No. 23, Chicago: NORC, 1980, revised, 1981. Published in Public Opinion Quarterly, 46 (Spring, 1982), 54-68. 15. Tom W. Smith, "Non-Attitudes: A Review and Evaluation," Published in Surveying Subjective Phenomena, edited by Charles F. Turner and Elizabeth Martin, New York: Russell Sage, 1985. 16. Tom W. Smith, "The Hidden 25 Percent: An Analysis of Nonresponse on the 1980 General Social Survey," GSS Technical Report No. 25, Chicago: NORC, 1981. Published in Public Opinion Quarterly, 47 (Fall, 1983), 386-404. 17. Tom W. Smith, "Educated Don't Knows: An Analysis of the Relationship between Education and Item Nonresponse," GSS Technical Report No. 28, Chicago: NORC, 1981. Published in Political Methodology, 8 (1982), 47-58. 18. Tom W. Smith, "Problems in Ethnic Measurement: Over-, Under-, and Misidentification," GSS Technical Report No. 29, Chicago: NORC, 1982. Published in the Proceedings of the Social Statistics Section, American Statistical Association, 1983, 107-116. 19. Tom W. Smith, "Contradictions on the Abortion Scale," GSS Technical Report No. 31, Chicago: NORC, 1981, 12p. 20. Tom W. Smith, "Conditional Order Effects," GSS Technical Report No. 33, Chicago: NORC, May 1982, 30p. 21. Tom W. Smith, "Discrepancies in Past Presidential Vote," GSS Technical Report No. 34, Chicago: NORC, July, 1982, 19p. 22. Tom W. Smith, "Recalling Attitudes: An Analysis of Retrospective Questions on the 1982 General Social Survey," GSS Technical Report No. 35, Chicago: NORC, July, 1982. Published in Public Opinion Quarterly, 48 (Fall, 1984), 639-649. 23. Tom W. Smith, "An Experimental Comparison of Clustered and Scattered Scale Items," GSS Technical Report No. 36, Chicago: NORC, August, 1982. Published in Social Psychology Quarterly, 46 (June, 1983), 163-168. 24. Tom W. Smith, "Attitude Constraint as a Function of Non-Affective Dimensions," GSS Technical Report No. 39, Chicago: NORC, 1982, 23p. 25. Tom W. Smith, "Using Temporary Refusals to Estimate Nonresponse Bias," GSS Technical Report No. 38, Chicago: NORC, 1983. Revised version published in Sociological Perspectives, 27 (October, 1984), 473-489. 26. Duane F. Alwin and Jon A. Krosnick, "The Measurement of Values for Children: A Comparison of Ratings and Rankings," GSS Technical Report No. 40, Chicago: NORC, April, 1983. Published in Public Opinion Quarterly, 49(Winter, 1985), 535-552. 27. Tom W. Smith, "Children and Abortions: An Experiment in Question Order," GSS Technical Report No. 42, Chicago: NORC, 1983, 11p. 28. Tom W. Smith, "A Comparison of Telephone and Personal Interviewing," Chicago: NORC, 1984, 20p. 29. Glenn R. Dempsey, "Scaling Political Views and Social Status: A Comparison of Two Methods," GSS Technical Report

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No. 45, Chicago: NORC, September, 1984, 14p. 30. Tom W. Smith, "A Preliminary Analysis of Methodological Experiments on the 1984 GSS," GSS Technical Report No. 49, Chicago: NORC, 1984, 43p. 31. Bruce L. Peterson, "Confidence: September, 1985, 50p.

Categories and Confusion," GSS Technical Report No. 50, Chicago:

NORC,

32. Ronald S. Burt, "Network Items and the General Social Survey," GSS Technical Report No. 53, Chicago: NORC, Fall, 1984. Published in Social Networks, 6 (1985), 293-339. 33. Tom W. Smith, "That Which We Call Welfare by Any Other Name Would Smell Sweeter: An Analysis of the Impact of Question Wording on Response Patterns," GSS Technical Report No. 55, Chicago: NORC, 1985. Published in Public Opinion Quarterly, 51 (Spring, 1987), 75-83. 34. Tom W. Smith, "Unhappiness on the 1985 GSS: Confounding Change and Context," GSS Technical Report No. 56, Chicago: NORC, 1985. Revised 1986, 15p. 35. Tom W. Smith, "An Analysis of the Accuracy of Spousal Reports," GSS Technical Report No. 57, Chicago: NORC, 1985, 15p. 36. Tom W. Smith and Bruce L. Peterson "Problems in Form Randomization on the General Social Surveys," GSS Technical Report No. 58, Chicago: NORC, 1986, 31p. 37. Ronald S. Burt, "A Note on Sociometric Order in the General Social Survey Network Data," GSS Technical Report No. 60, Chicago: NORC, 1985, Published in Social Networks, 8 (June, 1986), 149-174. 38. Ronald S. Burt and Miguel G. Guilarte, "A Note on Scaling the General Social Survey Network Item Response Categories," GSS Technical Report No. 61, Chicago: NORC, 1985. Published in Social Networks, 8 (December, 1986), 387-396. 39. Ronald S. Burt, Peter V. Marsden, and Peter H. Rossi, "A Research Agenda for Survey Network Data, "GSS Technical Report No. 62, Chicago: NORC, Summer, 1985. 40. Ronald S. Burt, "A Note on the General Social Survey's Ersatz Network Density Item," GSS Technical Report No.63, Chicago: NORC, 1985. Published in Social Networks, 9 (June, 1987), 73-85. 41. Ronald S. Burt, "A Note on Missing Network Data in the General Social Survey," GSS Technical Report No. 64, Chicago: NORC, January, 1986. Published in Social Networks, 9 (June, 1987), 63-73. 42. Tom W. Smith, "Attrition and Bias on the International Social Survey Program (ISSP) Supplement," GSS Technical Report No. 66, Chicago: NORC, 1986, 21p. 43. Tom W. Smith, "Classifying Protestant Denominations," GSS Technical Report No. 67, Chicago: NORC, 1986, 44p. Published in Review of Religious Research, 31 (1990), 225-245. 44. Tom W. Smith, "A Study of Non-Responses and Negative Values on the Factorial Vignettes on Welfare," GSS Technical Report No. 69, Chicago: NORC, 1986, 34p. 45. Jon A. Krosnick and Duane F. Alwin, "An Evaluation of a Cognitive Theory of Response Order Effects in Survey Measurement," GSS Technical Report No. 73, Chicago: NORC, February, 1986. Published in Public Opinion Quarterly, 51 (Summer, 1987), 201-219. 46. Jon A. Krosnick and Duane F. Alwin, "Satisficing: A Strategy for Dealing with the Demands of Survey Questions," GSS Technical Report No. 74, Chicago: NORC, March, 1987, 24p. 47. Greg J. Duncan and Fred Groskind, "Some Methodological Aspects of Responses to the 1986 GSS Welfare Entitlement Vignettes," GSS Technical Report No. 75, Chicago: NORC, May, 1987, 17p. 48. Tom W. Smith, "A Review of the Use of Public Opinion Data by the Attorney General's Commission on Pornography," Published in Public Opinion Quarterly, 51 (Summer, 1987), 249-267.

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49. Tom W. Smith, "Inconsistent People," Report prepared for Panel on Survey Measurement of Subjective Phenomena, National Academy of Sciences, 1980, 8p. 50. Tom W. Smith, "Phone Home: An Analysis of Household Telephone Ownership," Chicago: NORC, August, 1987, 28p. Published in International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 2 (1990), 369-390. 51. Tom W. Smith, "Random Probes of GSS Questions," Chicago: NORC, February, 1988, 20p. Published in International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 1 (1989), 305-325. 52. Tom W. Smith, "Rotation Designs of the GSS," Chicago: NORC, February, 1988, 19p. 53. Howard Schuman and Jacqueline Scott, "Replication of Two GSS Question Form Effect Experiments: 1974 and 1982," Chicago: NORC, April, 1988, 15p. Published in Sociological Methods and Research, 17 (May, 1989), 398-408. 54. Kenneth A. Rasinski, "The Effect of Question Wording on Public Support for Government Spending," Chicago: NORC, May, 1988, 30p. Published in Public Opinion Quarterly, 53 (1989), 388-396. 55. Tom W. Smith, "Context Effects in the GSS” Chicago: NORC, August, 1988, 23p. Published in Measurement Errors in Surveys, edited by Paul P. Biemer, Robert M. Groves, Lars E. Lyberg, Nancy A. Mathiowetz, and Seymour Sudman. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 1991. 56. Tom W. Smith, "Timely Artifacts: A Review of Measurement Variation in the 1972-1988 GSS," Chicago: NORC, Sept, 1988, 28p. 57. Ethan Ligon, "Rationale and Construction of Poverty Measures in the General Social Survey," Chicago: NORC, September, 1988, 23p. 58. Tom W. Smith, "A Methodological Review of the Sexual Behavior Questions on the 1988 GSS," Chicago: NORC, November, 1988, 17p. See GSS Methodological Report No. 65. 59. Tom W. Smith, Sara P. Crovitz, and Christopher Walsh, "Measuring Occupation: A Comparison of the 1970 and 1980 Occupational Classification Systems of the Bureau of the Census," Chicago: NORC, December, 1988, 18p. 60. Tom W. Smith, "Trends in Voluntary Group Membership: Comments on Baumgartner and Walker," Chicago: NORC, February, 1989, 21p. Published in American Journal of Political Science, 34 (August, 1990), 646-661. 61. Duane F. Alwin and Jon A. Krosnick, "The Reliability of Attitudinal Survey Data: The Influence of Question and Respondent Characteristics," Chicago: NORC, 1989, 65p. 62. Duane F. Alwin, "Problems in the Estimation and Interpretation of Survey Data," Chicago: NORC, February, 1989, 76p. 63. James A Davis; “On Sample Sizes in Contemporary Sociological Research,” Chicago: NORC, July, 1989, 28p. 64. Ethan Ligon, "The Development and Use of a Consistent Income Measure for the General Social Survey," Chicago: NORC, September, 1989, 16p. 65. Tom W. Smith, "A Methodological Review of the Sexual Behavior Questions on the 1988 and 1989 GSS," Chicago: NORC, October, 1989, 23p. Published in Journal of Official Statistics, 8 (1992), 309-325. 66. Tom W. Smith, "Some Thoughts on the Nature of Context Effects," Chicago: NORC, September, 1989, 53p. Published in Context Effects in Social and Psychological Research, edited by Norman Schwarz and Seymour Sudman. New York: Springer-Verlag, 1991. 67. Tom W. Smith, "An Analysis of Missing Data in the Study of Intergenerational Mobility," Chicago: NORC, December, 1989, 24p. 68. Tom W. Smith, "Discrepancies between Men and Women in Reporting Number of Sexual Partners: A Cross-National Comparison," Chicago: NORC, September, 1990, 25p. Published in Social Biology, 39 (Fall/Winter, 1992), 203-211. 69. Keiko Nakao, Robert W. Hodge, and Judith Treas, "On Revising Prestige Scores for All Occupations," Chicago: NORC,

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October, 1990, 25p. 70. Keiko Nakao and Judith Treas, "Computing 1989 Occupational Prestige Scores," Chicago: NORC, 1990, 64p. Published as “Updating Occupational Prestige and Socioeconomic Scores: How the New Measures Measure Up,” Sociological Methodology, 24 (1994), 1-72. 71. Tom W. Smith, "An Analysis of Missing Income Information on the General Social Surveys," Chicago: NORC, 1991, 12p. 72. Peter V. Marsden, "The Reliability of Network Density and Composition Measures," Chicago: NORC, 1991, 23p. Published in Social Networks, 15 (1993), 399-421. 73. Tom W. Smith, "A Report on the GSS Household Enumeration Variables," Chicago: NORC, 1992, 12p. 74. Keiko Nakao and Judith Treas, "The 1989 Socioeconomic Index of Occupations: Construction from the 1989 Occupational Prestige Scores," Chicago: NORC, 1992, 32p. Published as “Updating Occupational Prestige and Socioeconomic Scores: How the Measures Measure Up,” Sociological Methodology, 24 (1994), 1-72. 75. Tom W. Smith, "The 1992 General Social Survey Reinterview," Chicago: NORC, 1992, 5p. 76. Tom W. Smith, "An Analysis of Response Patterns to the Ten-Point Scalometer," Chicago: NORC, 1992, 17p. Published in the Proceedings of the Section on Survey Research Methods, American Statistical Association. Alexandria, VA: American Statistical Association, 1994. 77. Tom W. Smith, "The Relationship of Age to Education Across Time," Chicago: NORC, 1992, 18p. Published in Social Science Research, 22 (1993), 300-311. 78. Tom W. Smith, "Little Things Matter: A Sampler of How Differences in Questionnaire Format Can Affect Survey Responses," Chicago: NORC, July, 1993, 8p. 79. Tom W. Smith, "Notes on John Brehm, The Phantom Respondent: Opinion Surveys and Political Representation," Chicago: NORC, July, 1993, 5p. 80. Tom W. Smith, "A Comparison of Two Confidence Scales," Chicago: NORC, December, 1993, 14p. 81. Tom W. Smith, "A Comparison of Two Governmental Spending Scales," Chicago: NORC, March, 1994, 16p. 82. Tom W. Smith, "Trends in Non-Response Rates Chicago: NORC, August 1994, 18p. Published in International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 7 (1995), 157-171. 83. Tom W. Smith, "Some Aspects of Measuring Education." Published in Social Science Review, 24 (1995), 215-242. 84. Tom W. Smith, "Context Effects Resulting from the Revision of the GSS Core in 1994," Chicago: NORC, January 1995, 9p. 85. Tom W. Smith, "A Review of Ethno-Racial Measures on the General Social Survey," Chicago: NORC, June 1995, 19p. 86. Tom W. Smith, "The Impact of the Presence of Others on a Respondent's Answers to Questions," Chicago: NORC, December 1995, 12p. Published in International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 9 (Spring, 1997), 33-47. 87. Tom W. Smith, Hae-Choon Shin and Xiaoxi Tong, "A Report on Sample Frame Comparisons and Design Effects on the 1993 General Social Survey," Chicago: NORC, February 1996, 40p. 88. Tom W. Smith, "A Review of Church Attendance Measures," Chicago: NORC, 1996, 12p. Published in American Sociological Review, 63 (February, 1998), 131-136. 89. Tom W. Smith, "Measuring Race by Observation and Self-Identification," Chicago: NORC, 1997, 12p. 90. Tom W. Smith, “Examining the Relationship between Educational Attainment, Age/Cohort, and Dependent Variables,” Chicago: NORC, 1998, 8p.

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91. Tom W. Smith, “Measuring Inter-racial Friendships: Experimental Comparisons,” Chicago: NORC, 29p. Published in Social Science Research, 31 (Dec., 2002), 576-593. 92. Tom W. Smith, “A Methodological Analysis of HIV Risk Behavior from the 1988-1998 General Social Survey,” Chicago: NORC, 1999, 73p. 93. Tom W. Smith, “Aspects of Measuring Race: Race by Observation vs. Self-Reports and Multiple Mentions of Ethnicity and Race,” Chicago: NORC, July, 2001, 20p. 94. Peter V. Marsden, “Interviewer Effects in Measuring Network Size Using a Single-Name Generator,” Harvard University, June 2001, 32p. 95. Tom W. Smith, “An Experimental Comparisons of the Internet and In-Person Surveys,” Chicago: NORC, October, 2001. Published in International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 15 (2003), 161-179. 96. Tom W. Smith, “Measuring Racial and Ethnic Discrimination,” Chicago: NORC, 2002. 97. Tom W. Smith, “A Methodological Analysis of HIV Risk Behavior from the 1998-2002 General Social Survey,” Chicago: NORC, 2003, 80pp. 98. Tom W. Smith and Seokho Kim, “A Review of CAPI-Effects on the 2002 General Social Survey,” Chicago: NORC 2003, 13pp. 99. Tom W. Smith and Michael Dennis, “Comparing the Knowledge Networks Web-Enabled Panel and the In-Person 2002 General Social Survey: Experiments with Mode, Format, and Question Wording,” Chicago: NORC, 2004, 16pp. 100. Jibum Kim, Tom W. Smith, Seokho Kim, Jeong-han Kang, and Jennifer Berktold, “Comparison between SAQ and CASI for Supplemental Survey Nonresponse,” Chicago: NORC, 2004. 16pp. Published in Field Methods, 22 (2010), 57-69 101. Michael Hout, “Getting the Most Out of the GSS Income Measures,” Chicago: NORC, 2004, 14pp. 102. Tom W. Smith, “Discrepancies in Gender Codes,” Chicago: NORC, 2005. 103. Tom W. Smith, “The Impact of Alternative Response Scales on Measuring Self-ratings of Health,” Chicago: NORC, 2005. 9p. Published in Survey Practice, 1 (2008) at www.surveypractice.org 104. Tom W. Smith, “An Experimental Comparison of Methods of Measuring Ethnicity,” Chicago: NORC, 2005. Published in Field Methods, 20 (2008), 171-178. 105. Tom W. Smith, “A Revisit to ‘The Vanishing Protestant Majority’ and Expanded Religious Probes on the 2004 General Social Survey,” Chicago: NORC, 2005. 106. Tom W. Smith, “The Subsampling of Nonrespondents on the 2004 General Social Survey,” Chicago: NORC, 2006. 107. Tom W. Smith, “Wording Effects on the National Spending Priority Items Across Time, 1984-2004,” Chicago: NORC, 2006. 108. Jibum Kim, Tom W. Smith, Jeong-han Kang, John Sokolowski, “Community Context and Cooperation Rate,” Chicago: NORC, 2006. 109. Tom W. Smith, “An Evaluation of Spanish Questions on the 2006 General Social Survey,” Chicago: NORC, 2007. 110. Tom W. Smith and Seokho Kim, “Counting Religious Nones and Other Religious Measurement Issues: A Comparison of the Baylor Religion Survey and General Social Survey,” Chicago: NORC, 2007. 111. Niel Malhorta, Jon A. Krosnick, and Edward Haertel, “The Psychometric Properties of the GSS WORDSUM Vocabulary Test,” Chicago: NORC. 2007 112. Tom

W.

Smith

and

John

Sokolowski,

“Using

Audio-Visuals

in

Surveys,”

Chicago:

113. Tom W. Smith, “2006-2008 General Social Survey Panel Validation,” Chicago: NORC, 2009.

NORC,

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114. Tom W. Smith, "Response Order and Response Balance Effects Experiments on the 2008 General Social Survey," Chicago, NORC. 2009. 115. Tom W. Smith, "An Analysis of New Vocabulary Items on the 2008 General Social Survey," Chicago, NORC. 2009. 116. Tom W. Smith and Jibum Kim, "An Assessment of the Multi-level Integrated Database Approach," Chicago, NORC, 2009. 117. Tom W. Smith, "An Analysis of Computer Assisted Recorded Interviews (CARI) on the 2008 General Social Survey" Chicago, NORC, 2010. 118. Tom W. Smith and Jaesok Son, “An Analysis of Panel Attrition and Panel Change on the 2006-2006 General Social Survey Panel,” Chicago: NORC, 2010. 119. Michael Hout and Orestes P. Hastings, “Reliability Estimates from the GSS Core Items from the Three-Wave Panels, 2006-2010,” Chicago: NORC, 2012. 120. Jibum Kim, Jaesok Son, Jodie Daquilanea, Lauren Doerr, Faith Laken, Peter K. Kwok, Steven Pedlow, Hee-Choon Shin, and Tom W. Smith. 2012. “Trends and Correlates in Income Nonresponse: Forty Years of the General Social Survey,” GSS Methodological Report No. 120, Chicago: NORC, 2012. 121. Tom W. Smith and Jibum Kim, “The Multi-Level, Multi-Source Approach to Improving Survey Research,” Chicago: NORC, 2013. 122. Tom W. Smith and Jaesok Son “Measuring Occupational Prestige on the 2012 General Social Survey”, GSS Methodological Reports No. 122, Chicago: NORC, 2014. 123. Tom W. Smith, Faith Laken and Jaesok Son, “Gun Ownership in the United States: Measurement Issues and Trends,” GSS Methodological Reports, Chicago: NORC, 2014. 124. Hout, Michael, Smith, Tom W, and Peter Marsden “Prestige and Socioeconomic Scores for the 2010 Census Codes”, Chicago: NORC, 2015. C. GSS Cross-National Reports 1.

Rolf Porst, "Educational Aims in the United States of America and in the Federal Republic of Germany--A Cross National Comparison," GSS Technical Report No. 51, Chicago: NORC, October, 1984, 26p.

2.

Cornelia Krauth, "Attitudes towards Women's Role--A Comparative Analysis Based on the 1977 NORC General Social Survey (GSS) and the 1982 German General Social Survey (ALLBUS)," GSS Technical Report No. 52, Chicago: NORC, October, 1984, 19p.

3.

Werner Hagstotz, "Is there a 'Legitimacy Gap'? Discrepancies between Government Policies and Public Opinion," GSS Technical Report No. 54, Chicago: NORC, January, 1985, 36p.

4.

James A. Davis, "British and American Attitudes: Similarities and Contrasts," Published in British Social Attitudes: The 1986 Report, Edited by Roger Jowell, Sharon Witherspoon, and Lindsay Brook, Hants, England: Gower, 1986, 89-114.

5.

Tom W. Smith, "The Polls: The Welfare State in Cross-National Perspective," Published in Public Opinion Quarterly, 51 (Fall, 1987), 404-421.

6.

James A. Davis, "Bee-tas and Bay-tas: How Social Structure Shapes Attitudes in Britain and the United States," Paper presented to the American Sociological Association, Chicago, August, 1987. (Abstract, table, and figures are available), 20p.

7.

Tom W. Smith, "Social Inequality in Cross-National Perspective," Chicago: NORC, Oct., 1988, 36p. Published in Attitudes to Inequality and the Role of Government, edited by Jos Becker, et al., 1990.

8.

Tom W. Smith, "the Ups and Downs of Cross-National Survey Research," Chicago: NORC, December, 1988, 15p.

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Published in IASSIST Quarterly, 12 (Winter, 1989), 18-24. 9.

James A. Davis, "Attitudes toward Free Speech in Six Countries in the Mid 1980s: Australia, Austria, Great Britain, Italy, the United States, and West Germany," Chicago: NORC, January, 1989, 44p. Published in European Sociological Review, 6 (May, 1990), 1-14.

10. Tom W. Smith, "Inequality and Welfare," Chicago: NORC, 1989, Published in British Social Attitudes: Special International Report, edited by Roger Jowell, Sharon Witherspoon, and Lindsay Brook. Aldershot: Gower, 1989. 11. James A. Davis and Roger Jowell, "Measuring National Differences: An Introduction to the International Social Survey Programme (ISSP)," in British Social Attitudes: Special International Report, edited by Roger Jowell, Sharon Witherspoon, and Lindsay Brook. Aldershot: Gower, 1989. 12. Walter Funk, "Family and Changing Sex-Roles: Some Preliminary Findings about Sex-Role Attitudes in Germany and the United States," Chicago: NORC, January, 1991, 23p. 13. Duane F. Alwin, Michael Braun and Jacqueline Scott, "The Separation of Work and the Family: Attitudes toward Women's Labor Force Participation in Germany, Great Britain and the United States," Chicago: NORC 1991, 43 p. Published in European Sociological Review, 8 (May, 1992), 13-37. 14. Arne L. Kalleberg and David Stark, "Career Strategies in Capitalism and Socialism: Work Values and Job Rewards in the United States and Hungary," Chicago: NORC, 1992, 33p. Published in Social Forces, 72 (Sept., 1993), 181-198. 15. Kenneth A. Rasinski, Tom W. Smith, and Sara Zuckerbraun, "A Better Environment, But at What Price?: Fairness Motivations and Tradeoffs Underlying Public Support for Government Spending on the Environment in Nine Nations," Chicago: NORC, February, 1994, 34p. Published in Journal of Social Issues, 50 (1994), 179-197. 16. Tom W Smith, "Environmental and Scientific Knowledge around the World," Chicago: NORC, January, 1996, 37p. Published in Shades of Green, edited by Alan Frizzell and Jon P. Pammett. Ottawa: Carleton University Press. 1997. 17. Tom W. Smith, "Improving Cross-National Survey Research by Measuring the Intensity of Response Categories," Chicago: NORC, 1997, 24p. 18. James A. Davis, "System Cynicism in Twenty Contemporary Nations," Chicago: NORC, 1997, 24p. 19. Tom W. Smith and Lars Jarkko, “National Pride: A Cross-National Analysis,” Chicago, NORC, 1998, 45p. 20. Tom W. Smith, “A Cross-National Comparison of Attitudes towards Work by Age and Labor Force Status,” Chicago: NORC, 2000, 50p. 21. Tom W. Smith, “Public Support for Governmental Benefits for the Elderly across Countries and Time,” Chicago: NORC, 2000, 27p. 22. Tom W. Smith, "Constructing Cross-National Surveys," Chicago: NORC, 2002, 40p. Published as "Developing and Evaluating Cross-National Survey Instruments," in Methods for Testing and Evaluating Survey Questionnaires, edited by Stanley Presser, et al. New York: John Wiley & Sons, 2004. 23. Tom W. Smith, “Methods for Assessing and Calibrating Response Scales across Countries and Languages,” Chicago: NORC, 2004. Published in Comparative Sociology, 4 (2005), 365-415. 24. Tom W. Smith, “Survey Non-Response Procedures in the Cross-National perspective: The 2005 ISSP Non-Response Survey,” Chicago: NORC, 2005. Published in Survey Research Methods, 1 (2007): 45-54 25. Tom W. Smith, Jibum Kim, Achim Koch, and Alison Park. “Social-Science Research and the General Social Surveys,” Chicago: NORC, 2005. Published in Comparative Sociology, 5 (2006), 33-43. 26. Tom W. Smith and Seokho Kim. “National Pride in Comparative Perspective: 1995/96 and 2003/04,” Chicago: NORC, 2005. Published in International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 18 (2006), 127-136. 27. Tom W. Smith, “National Pride in Specific Domains,” Chicago: NORC, 2006.

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28. Tom W. Smith, “Surveying across Nations and Cultures,” in Handbook of Survey Research, 2nd edition, edited by James D. Wright and Peter V. Marsden. San Diego: Elsevier, 2010. 29. Tom W. Smith, “A Report on the 2006 ISSP Non-Response Survey,” Chicago: NORC 2007, 23p. 30. Tom W. Smith. "Religious Change Around the World," Chicago, NORC 2009. 31. Tom W. Smith, “Cross-National Differences in Attitudes towards Homosexuality,” Chicago: NORC. 2011. 32. Tom W. Smith, “Beliefs about God across Time and Countries,” Chicago: NORC, 2012. Published in ISSP Data Report: Religious Attitudes and Religious Change, edited by Insa Bechert and Markus Quandt. Cologne: GESIS, 2013. 33. Tom W. Smith, “Surveying Hard-to-Reach Populations in Comparative Perspective,” Chicago: NORC, 2012. Revised version published in Roger Tourangeau et al., eds., Hard-to-Survey Populations. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014. 34. Tom W. Smith and Yang-Chih Fu. “The Globalization of Surveys,” Chicago: NORC, 2014 35. Tom W. Smith, Jaesok Son, and Jibum Kim, “Public Attitudes towards Homosexuality and Gay Rights across Time and Countries,” Chicago: NORC, 2014. 36. Tom W. Smith “Resources for Conducting Cross-national Survey Research,” Chicago: NORC, 2014. D. GSS Topical Reports 1.

Tom W. Smith, "Public Opinion and Public Regard for the Federal Government," Published in Making Bureaucracies Work, edited by Carol Weiss and Allen Barton, Beverly Hills: Sage, 1980 (With D. Garth Taylor and Nancy A. Mathiowetz), 36-63.

2.

James A. Davis, "Background Variables and Opinions in the 1972-1977 NORC General Social Surveys: Ten Generalizations about Age, Education, Occupational Prestige, Race, Religion, and Sex, and Forty-nine Opinion Items," GSS Technical Report No. 18, Chicago: NORC, 1979, 84p.

3.

Tom W. Smith, "College Dropouts: An Analysis of the Psychological Well-Being and Attitudes of Various Educational Groups," GSS Technical Report No. 26, Chicago: NORC, June, 1981. Published in Social Psychology Quarterly, 45 (March 1982), 50-53.

4.

Tom W. Smith, "Hardship, Hard Times, and Hard Hearts," Published in Civil Rights Quarterly Perspectives, 13 (Summer/Fall, 1981), 26-29.

5.

James A. Davis, "Up and Down Opportunity's Ladder," Published in Public Opinion, 5 (June/July, 1982), 11-15, 48-51.

6.

James A. Davis, "Achievement Variables and Class Cultures: Family, Job and Forty-Nine Dependent Variables in the Cumulative General Social Survey," Published in American Sociological Review, 47 (October, 1982), 569-586.

7.

James A. Davis, "Americans View the Military: Public Opinion in 1982," NORC Report No. 131. Chicago: NORC, April, 1983 (with Jennifer Lauby and Paul Sheatsley), ix, 121p. ($8.00)

8.

Tom W. Smith, "Working Wives and Women's Rights: The Connection between the Employment Status of Wives and the Feminist Attitudes of Husbands," GSS Technical Report No. 41, Chicago: NORC, 1983. Published in Sex Roles, 12 (1985), 501-508.

9.

Tom W. Smith, "America's Religious Mosaic," Published in American Demographics, 6 (June, 1984), 18-23.

10. Tom W. Smith, "The Polls: Gender and Attitudes Towards Violence," Published in Public Opinion Quarterly, 48 (Spring, 1984), 384-396. 11. Peter V. Marsden, "The Discussion Network of the American Population," GSS Technical Report No. 59, Chicago: NORC, 1985. Published in American Sociological Review, 52 (February, 1987), 122-131. 12. Tom W. Smith, "The Polls: Social Security," Published in Public Opinion Quarterly, 49 (Winter, 1985), 561-572 (with

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Robert Y. Shapiro). 13. James A. Davis and Paul B, Sheatsley, "Americans View the Military: A 1984 Update," NORC Report No. 132, Chicago: NORC, December, 1985, 108p. ($9.00) 14. Ronald S. Burt, "Strangers, Friends, and Happiness," GSS Technical Report No. 72, Chicago: NORC, Summer, 1986. Published in Social Networks, 9 (1987), 311-331. 15. Tom W. Smith, "Strange Bedfellows? An Analysis of Attitudes towards Feminism and Pornography," Chicago: NORC, February, 1987, 23p. 16. Lawrence Bobo and Franklin D. Gilliam, Jr., "Race, Sociopolitical Participation and Black Empowerment," Chicago: NORC, October, 1988, 47p. Published in American Political Science Review, 84 (June, 1990), 377-393. 17. Andrew M. Greeley, Robert T. Michael, and Tom W. Smith, "Americans and Their Sexual Partners," Chicago: NORC, May, 1989, 22p. Published in Society, 27 (July/Aug., 1990), 36-42. 18. Tom W. Smith, "Adult Sexual Behavior in 1989: Number of Partners, Frequency, and Risk," Chicago: NORC, 34p. Published in Family Planning Perspectives, 23 (May/June, 1991), 102-107. 19. Tom W. Smith, "Ethnic Images," Chicago: NORC, November, 1990, 18p. 20. Lawrence Bobo and James R. Kluegel, "Economic- Versus Race-Targeted Policy: Public Opinion on the New Liberal Welfare Agenda," Chicago: NORC, May, 1991, 42 p. Published as “Opposition to Race-Targeting; Self-Interest, Stratification Ideology, or Racial Attitudes?” American Sociological Review, 58 (August, 1993), 443-464. 21. Lawrence Bobo and James R. Kluegel, "Modern American Prejudice: Stereotypes, Social Distance, and Perceptions of Discrimination toward Blacks, Hispanics and Asians," Chicago: NORC, October, 1991, 62 p. 22. Tom W. Smith, "Changing Racial Labels: From Colored to Negro to Black to African American," Chicago: NORC, February, 1992, 24p. Published in Public Opinion Quarterly 56 (Winter, 1992): 496-514. 23. Peter V. Marsden, Arne L. Kalleberg and Cynthia R. Cook, "Gender Differences in Organizational Commitment: Influences of Work Positions and Family Roles," Chicago: NORC, May, 1992, 24p. Published in Work and Occupations, 20 (August, 1993), 368-390. 24. Arne L. Kalleberg and Peter V. Marsden, "Organizational Commitment and Job Performance in the U.S. Labor Force," Chicago: NORC, February, 1993, 45 p. Published in Research in the Sociology of Work, Vol. 5: The Meaning of Work, edited by Richard L. Simson and Ida Harper Simpson (Greenwich, Conn: JAI Press, 1993). 25. Tom W. Smith, "American Sexual Behavior: Trends, Socio-Demographic Differences, and Risk Behavior," Chicago: NORC, October 1993, 70p. Published in The Demography of Social Behavior, edited by Jayne Garrison, Mark D. Smith, and Douglas Bersharov. Menlo Park, CA: Kaiser Family Foundation, 1994. Revised December, 1996, 97p. Revised December, 1998, 117p. 26. Peter V. Marsden and Joseph F. Swingle, "Conceptualizing and Measuring Culture in Surveys: Values, Strategies, and Symbols," Chicago: NORC, October 1993, 34p. Published in Poetics, 22 (1994) 269-289. 27. Paul DiMaggio and Bethany Bryson, "American's Attitudes towards Cultural Diversity and Cultural Authority: Culture Wars, Social Closure, or Multiple Dimensions?" Chicago: NORC, January 1995, 58p. 28. Arne L. Kalleberg and William R. Kenan, Jr., "Part-Time Work and Workers in the United States: Correlates and Policy Issues," Published in Washington and Lee Law Review, 52 (1995), 771-798. 29. Tom W. Smith, "Factors Relating to Misanthropy in Contemporary American Society," Chicago: NORC, June 1996, 38p. Published in Social Science Research, 26 (1997), 170-196. 30. Paul DiMaggio and Hugh Louch, “Socially Embedded Consumer Transactions: For What Kinds of Purchases Do People Use Networks Most?” Chicago: NORC, 1997, 48p. Published in American Sociological Review, 63 (October, 1998), 619-637.

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31. Tom W. Smith, “Public Opinion on Prostitution: Trends, Comparisons, and Models,” Chicago: NORC, 1998, 26p. 32. Tom W. Smith, “Intergroup Relations in a Diverse Society: Data from the 2000 General Social Survey,” Chicago: NORC, April, 2001, 102p. 33. Ellen L. Idler et al., “Measuring Multiple Dimensions of Religion and Spirituality for Health Research: Conceptual Background and Findings from the 1998 General Social Survey,” Chicago: NORC, 2001, 40p. 34. Tom W. Smith, “Altruism in Contemporary America: A Report from the National Altruism Study,” Chicago: NORC, 2003. 35. Tom W. Smith, “Coming of Age in 21st Century America: Public Attitudes towards the Importance and Timing of Transitions to Adulthood,” Chicago: NORC, 2003. Published in Ageing International 29 (2004), 136-148. 36. James A. Davis, “Age, Birth Cohort, Monotony, and Sex Frequency among US Adults in the NORC General Social Surveys, 1989-2000,” Chicago: NORC, 2003, 35pp. 37. Tom W. Smith, “Spiritual and Religious Transformations in America: The National Spiritual Transformation Study,” Chicago: NORC, 2005. Revised Version “The National Spiritual Transformation Study,” Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 45 (2006), 283-296. 38. Tom W. Smith, “Altruism and Empathy in America: Trends and Correlates,” Chicago: NORC, 2005. 39. Tom W. Smith, “Intentional Undervotes in Presidential Elections, 1972-2000,” Chicago: NORC, 2005. 40. Tom W. Smith, “Troubles in America: A Study of Negative Life Events Across Time and Sub-Groups,” Chicago: NORC, 2005. 41. Tom W. Smith, “Social Identity and Socio-Demographic Structure,” Chicago: NORC, 2006. Published in International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 19 (2007), 380-390. 42. Tom W. Smith, “A Review of the Stouffer Civil Liberties Items on twhe General Social Survey,” Chicago: NORC, 2009. 43. Jibum Kim, Diane Lauderdale, and Jeong-han Kang, “The Culture of Poverty: Do Neighborhood Racial Composition and Poverty Matter?” Chicago: NORC, 2010. 44. Jibum Kim, Tom W. Smith, and Jeong-Han Kang, “Religious Affiliation, Religiosity, and Mortality,” Chicago: NORC, 2012.Published in Journal of Religion and Health, 54 (2014), 10.1007/s10943-014-9902-7.

E. GSS Project Reports 1.

Tom W. Smith, "Who, What, When, Where, and Why: An Analysis of Usage of the General Social Surveys, 19721978," GSS Technical Report No. 12, Chicago: NORC, 1979, 13p.

2.

Tom W. Smith, "Who, What, When, Where, and Why: An Analysis of Usage of the General Social Surveys, 1972-1978,” second edition, GSS Technical Report No. 19, Chicago: NORC, 1980, 13p.

3.

Tom W. Smith, “The National Data Program for the Social Sciences,” Published in the Review of Public Data Use, 8 (December, 1980), 389-391.

4.

Tom W. Smith, “An Analysis of GSS Usage among Sociologists,” GSS Technological Report No. 24, Chicago: NORC, 1981, 6p.

5.

Tom W. Smith, "Who, What, When, Where, and Why: An Analysis of Usage of the General Social Surveys, 1972-1980," GSS Technical Report No. 27, Chicago: NORC, 1981, 13p.

6.

James A. Davis, "Have We Learned Anything from the General Social Survey?" Published in Social Indicators Newsletter, 17 (August 1982), (with Tom W. Smith), 1-2, 8-11.

7.

Tom W. Smith, "Who, What, When, Where, and Why:

An Analysis of Usage of the General Social Surveys,

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1972-1982," GSS Technical Report No. 37, Chicago: NORC, December, 1982, 15p. 8.

Tom W. Smith and Bruce L. Peterson, "A Summary Evaluation of GSS Questions, 1972-1983," GSS Technical Report No. 47, Chicago: NORC, October, 1983, 18p.

9.

Tom W. Smith, "The Role of the General Social Survey in the Social Sciences," Published in Survey Methods Newsletter, 4 (Winter, 1983-84), 7-8.

10. Tom W. Smith, "Who, What, When, Where, and Why: An Analysis of Usage of the General Social Survey, 1972-1983," GSS Technical Report No. 48, Chicago: NORC, 1984, 15p. 11. Tom W. Smith, "The 1985 Survey of Users of the General Social Surveys: A Summary Report," GSS Technical Report No. 65, Chicago: NORC, 1986, 21p. 12. Tom W. Smith, "The International Social Survey Program," Published in Journal of Official Statistics, 2 (1986), 337-338. Reprinted in European Political Data Newsletter, 63 (June, 1987), 10-12 Revised version published in Comparative Public Opinion, 4 (1987), 2-3. 13. Tom W. Smith, "A Summary of Findings from the General Social Survey," GSS Technical Report No. 70, Chicago: NORC, 1986, 28p. 14. Tom W. Smith, "Who, What, When, Where, and Why: An Analysis of Usage of the General Social Survey, 1972-1985," GSS Technical Report No. 68, Chicago: NORC, 1986, 17p. 15. Tom W. Smith, "Who, What, When, Where, and Why: An Analysis of Usage of the General Social Survey, 1972-1987," Chicago: NORC, July, 1988, 17p. 16. Tom W. Smith, "Who, What, When, Where, and Why: An Analysis of Usage of the General Social Survey, 1972-1989," Chicago: NORC, 1990, 17p. 17. Tom W. Smith, "The International Social Survey Program," Published in ICPSR Bulletin 11 (December, 1990): 1-2. Revision in ASA Footnote, 20 (May 1992), 10; Journal of Official Statistic, 8 (1992), 235-239; and International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 4 (Autumn, 1992), 275-278. 18. Tom W. Smith, "Who, What, When, Where, and Why: An Analysis of Usage of the General Social Survey, 19721991," Chicago: NORC, 1992, 19p. 19. Tom W. Smith and K. Heaney, "Who, What, When, Where, and Why: An Analysis of the Usage on the General Social Surveys, 1972-1993," Chicago: NORC, July 1995, 17p. 20. Tom W. Smith, "Who, What, When, Where, and Why: An Analysis of the Usage of the General Social Surveys, 19721995," GSS Project Report No. 20, Chicago: NORC, 1996, 19p. 21. Tom W. Smith, "Tall Oaks from Small Acorns Grow: The General Socials, 1971-1997," Chicago: Published in The Public Perspective, 8 (February/March, 1997), 28-30. 22. Tom W. Smith, “Who, What, When, Where, and Why: An Analysis of Usage of the General Social Survey, 1972-2000,” Chicago: NORC, July, 2000, 19p. 23. Tom W. Smith, “Globalizing Survey Research: The International Social Survey Program,” Chicago: NORC, June, 2001, 6p. Published in The Public Perspective, 13 (January/February, 2002), 40-42. 24. Tom W. Smith, “A Generation of Data: The General Social Survey, 1972-2003” Chicago, NORC, 2003, 77pp. 25. Tom W. Smith, “Cross-National Survey Research: The Challenge and the Promise,” ICPSR Bulletin, 24 (Spring, 2004), 3-12. 26. Tom W. Smith, Seokho Kim, Kyle Tateyama, and Conor Looney, “An Analysis of GSS Research, 1972-2003,” Chicago: NORC, 7pp. 27. Tom W. Smith, Jibum Kim, Achim Koch, and Alison Park, "Social-Science Research and the General Social Survey,"

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ZUMA Nachrichten, 56 (2005), 68-77. Revised version in Comparative Sociology, 5 (2006), 33-44. 28. Tom W. Smith, “Repeated Cross-Sectional Research: The General Social Surveys,” in The Handbook of Longitudinal Research, edited by Scott Menard. London: Elsevier, 2008. 29. Tom W. Smith, “General Social Survey,” in Encyclopedia of Survey Research Methodology, edited by Paul Lavrakas. Newbury Park, CA: 2010. 30. Tom W. Smith, “International Social Survey Program,” in International Encyclopedia of Social and Behavioral Sciences, edited by James D. Wright, 2016. 31. Peter V. Marsden, Tom W. Smith, “Overview: The General Social Survey Project,” Chicago: NORC, 2016 32. Tom W. Smith, “The General Social Surveys,” Chicago: NORC, 2016. F. Other 2006-2016 GSS research by the project staff includes: 1.

Tom W. Smith, “Age Differences in Social, Civic, and Media Variables, 1974-2004,” Report for CIRCLE, September, 2005.

2.

Tom W. Smith, "Sexual Behavior in the United States," in Sex and Sexuality, edited by Richard D. McAnulty and M. Michele Burnette. Westport, CT: Praeger Press, 2006.

3.

Tom W. Smith, “Codes of Ethics and Standards in Survey Research,” Handbook of Public Opinion Research, edited by Wolfgang Donsbach and Michael Traugott. London: Sage, 2007.

4.

Tom W. Smith, Religion and Civic Engagement in the United States: 1972-2006,” Report prepared for the Heritage Foundation, September, 2007.

5.

Tom W. Smith, “Trust Context Effects on the 2006 General Social Survey,” unpublished NORC report, October, 2007.

6.

Tom W. Smith, “An Analysis of Those Engaged in Injection Drug Use, 2000- 2006,” Report prepared for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, October, 2007.

7.

Peter V. Marsden, “Social Trends in the United States: Evidence from the General Social Survey, 1972-2006,” Annual Seminar on Sociological and Political Research, Real ColegioComplutense, Harvard University, August, 2007.

8.

Tom W. Smith, “Loving and Caring in America: Trends and Correlates of Empathy, Altruism, and Related Constructs,” in The Science of Compassionate Love: Research, Theory, and Applications, edited by Lynn Underwood, Susan Sprecher, and Beverly Fehr. New York: Blackwell, 2008.

9.

Tom W. Smith, “National Opinion Research Center,” in Encyclopedia of Survey Research Methodology, edited by Paul Lavrakas. Newbury Park, CA: 2008.

10. Tom W. Smith, “International Social Survey Program,” in Encyclopedia of Survey Research Methodology, edited by Paul Lavrakas. Newbury Park, CA: 2008. 11. Tom W. Smith, “General Social Survey,” in Encyclopedia of the Life Course and Human Development, edited by Deborah Carr. Detroit: Gale Research, 2008. 12. Vickie M. Mays, Tom W. Smith et al., “Self-Reported Altruistic and Reciprocal Behaviors among Homosexually and Heterosexually Experienced Adults: Implications for HIV/AIDS Service Organizations,” unpublished report, UCLA School of Public Health, January, 2008. 13. Tom W. Smith, “Religious Mobility in the United States: The Case of American Jews,” Report prepared for the American Jewish Committee, March, 2008. 14. Natalia Melgar, Maximo Rossi, and Tom W. Smith, “The Perception of Corruption,” unpublished report, University of Uruguay, March, 2008. 15. Natalia Melgar, Maximo Rossi, and Tom W. Smith, “Individual Attitudes towards Others: Misanthropy Analysis in a

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Cross-country Perspective,” unpublished report, University of Uruguay, June, 2008. 16. Peter V. Marsden, “Trends in Informal Social Participation, 1974-2006,” Paper Presented to the International Sunbelt Social Network Conference, St. Petersburg Beach, January, 2008. 17. Tom W. Smith, “The ISSP: History, Organisation, and Members,” in Global Social Attitudes, 1985-2005: Changes and Persistence, edited by Max Haller, Roger Jowell, and Tom W. Smith. 2009 18. Tom W. Smith. “National Pride in Comparative Perspective,” in Global Social Attitudes, 1985-2005: Changes and Persistence, edited by Max Haller, Roger Jowell, and Tom W. Smith. 2009. 19. Tom W. Smith, “Comparative Survey Research,” International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 21 (2009), 267-270. 20. Michael Hout and Andrew M. Greeley. 2009. “Interests, Values, and Party Identification between 1972 and 2006.” Pp. 57-82 in Evangelicals and Democracy in America, Volume II: Religion and Politics, edited by Steven Brint and Jean Reith Schroedel. New York: Russell Sage Foundation. 21. Marisa Bucheli, Natalia Melgar, Maximo Rossi, and Tom W. Smith, “Do Individual Characteristics Affect Job Satisfaction? Is There a Significant Difference between Public and Private Employees,” unpublished report, University of Uruguay, March, 2009. 22. Janet Harkness, Michael Braun, Brad Edwards, Timothy Johnson, Lars Lyberg, Peter Mohler, Beth-Ellen Pennell, and Tom W. Smith, eds. Multinational, Multicultural, and Multiregional Survey Methods. New York: Wiley & Sons, 2010. 23. Bucheli, Marisa; Melgar, Natalia; Rossi, Maximo, “Job Satisfaction and the Individual Educational Level, Re-Assessing Their Relationship,” Working Paper No. 11/10, University of the Republic, Uruguay, August, 2010. 24. Hout, Michael, Asaf Levanon, and Erin Chadworth. 2010. "Unemployment and the Jobs Picture in the Great Recession." Forthcoming in The Great Recession, edited by David Grusky and Chris Weimer. New York: Russell Sage Foundation. 25. Tom W. Smith and Jibum Kim “Paid Sick Days: Attitudes and Experiences,” Report prepared for the Public Welfare Foundation, 2010. 26. Tom W. Smith, “An Evaluation of Spanish Questions on the 2006 and 2008 General Social Surveys,” in Surveying Immigrants/Ethnic Minorities: Methodological Challenges and Research Strategies, edited by Monica Mendez Lago, Amsterdam: IMISCOE-Amsterdam University Press, 2010. 27. Peter Muening, Jibum Kim, Thom Blaylock, and Tom W. Smith, “The General Social Survey-National Death Index: An Innovative New Datatest for the Social Sciences,” unpublished report, 2010. 28. Marisa Bucheli, Natalia Melgar, Maximo Rossi, and Tom W. Smith, “Is Job Satisfaction U-shaped in the Individual Educational Level?” Unpublished report, University of Uruguay, 2010. 29. Hout, Michael, and Alexander Janus. 2011. "Educational Mobility in the United States Since 1930." Forthcoming in Education, Opportunity, and Mobility, edited by Richard Murnane and Greg J. Duncan. Washington: Brookings Institution. 30. Peter V. Marsden and James D. Wright, eds. Handbook of Survey Research. Bingley, UK: Emerald, 2010. 31. Jibum Kim, Carl Gershenson, Patrick Glaeser, and Tom W. Smith, “Trends in Surveys on Surveys,” Public Opinion Quarterly, 75 (2011), 165-191. 32. Arne L. Kalleberg and Peter V. Marsden. 2012. "Labor Force Insecurity and U.S. Work Attitudes, 1970s-2006." in Social Trends in American Life: Findings from the General Social Survey since 1972, edited by Peter V. Marsden. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2012. 33. Peter V. Marsden and Tom W. Smith. 2012. "Appendix: The General Social Survey Project." In Social Trends in American Life: Findings from the General Social Survey since 1972, edited by Peter V. Marsden. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2012. 34. Peter V. Marsden, and Sameer B. Srivastava. 2012. "Trends in Informal Social Participation, 1974-2008." in Social

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Trends in American Life: Findings from the General Social Survey since 1972, edited by Peter V. Marsden. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2012. 35. Karen E. Campbell and Peter V. Marsden. 2012 "Gender Role Attitudes in the GSS: Are Southerners Distinctive?" in Social Trends in American Life: Findings from the General Social Survey since 1972, edited by Peter V. Marsden. Princeton, NJ: Princeton University Press, 2012. 36. Peter Muennig, Gretchen Johnson, Jibum Kim, Tom W. Smith, and Zohn Rosen,“The General Social Survey-National Death Index: An Innovative New Dataset for the Social Sciences,” BMC Research Notes, 4 (2011), 385ff. 37. Peter Muennig, Gretchen Johnson, Tom W. Smith, Jibum Kim, and Zohn Rosne, “The Basics of the General Social Survey-National Death Index,” Public Health Reports, 126 (2011), Supplement 3, 11. 38. Michael Hout, Peter V. Marsden, and Tom W. Smith, “The Social Recession,” NORC report, 2011. 39. Tom W. Smith, “A Review of the Use of Incentives in Surveys,” NORC report, 2011. 40. Tom W. Smith, “Survey Research Paradigms Old and New,” NORC report, 2012. 41. Tom W. Smith, “Augmenting Surveys with New Techniques and Technologies,” NORC report, 2012. 42. Peter V. Marsden “Survey Methods for Network Data.” Pp. 370-388 in John Scott and Peter J. Carrington (eds.) Sage Handbook of Social Network Analysis. London: Sage Publications, Ltd., 2011. 43. Peter Muening, Jibum Kim, Thom Blaylock, and Tom W. Smith, “The General Social Survey-National Death Index: An Innovative New Dataset for the Social Sciences,” unpublished report, 2010. 44. Tom W. Smith, “Contextualizing Social-Science Data,” SBE/NSF 2020 White Paper, 2010. 45. Arne L. Kalleberg and Peter V. Marsden, “Changing Work Values in the United States, 1972-2006,” unpublished report, University of North Carolina,2011. 46. Peter V. Marsden, “Measuring Change with Changing Measures,” Paper presented to the American Association for Public Opinion Research, Phoenix, May, 2011. 47. Peter V. Marsden, “Modes of Engaging Users in the GSS,” Paper presented to the Conference on Design Issues in Longitudinal and Repeated Cross-Sectional Surveys, Duke University, February, 2011. 48. Peter Muennig, Gretchen Johnson, Tom W. Smith, Jibum Kim, and Zohn Rosne, “The Basics of the General Social Survey-National Death Index,” Public Health Reports, 126 (2011), Supplement 3, 11. 49. Peter Muennig, Gretchen Johnson, Jibum Kim, Tom W. Smith, and Zohn Rosen,“The General Social Survey-National Death Index: An Innovative New Dataset for the Social Sciences,” BMC Research Notes, 4 (2011), 385ff. 50. Tom W. Smith, “Public Attitudes towards Homosexuality,” NORC Report, 2011. 51. Tom W. Smith, “Public Attitudes towards the Legalization of Marijuana” NORC Report, 2011. 52. Tom W. Smith, “Report of the International Workshop on Using Multi-level Data from Sample Frames, Auxiliary Databases, Paradata, and Related Sources to Detect and Adjust for Nonresponse Bias in Surveys,” International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 23 (2011), 389-402. 53. Tom W. Smith, “Trends in Economic Assessments and Expectations,” NORC Report,2011. 54. Tom W. Smith, “Trends in National Spending Priorities, 1973-2010,” NORC Report, 2011. 55. Tom W. Smith, “Trends in Well-being, 1972-2010,” NORC Report, 2011. 56. Kyle Fenner and Tom W. Smith, “From Questions to Interventions: An Integrated Model for Using Paradata to Monitor and Improve Fieldwork,” Paper presented to the Digital Resources in International Surveys Quantitative Workshop, Mannheim, December, 2012.

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57. Michael Hout, Claude S. Fischer, and Mark A. Chaves, "More Americans Have No Religious Preference: Key Finding From the 2012 General Social Survey," University of California, Berkeley, March, 2012. 58. Michael Hout, and Orestes P. Hastings. “Employment, Income, Faith, and happiness During America’s Great Recession.” Duke conference on religion and inequality. Department of Sociology, Duke University, 2012. 59. Michael Hout and Orestes P. Hastings, “Employment, Income, Faith, and Happiness During America’s Great Recession,” unpublished report, 2012. 60. Michael Hout, Tom W. Smith, and Peter V. Marsden. “Modernizing the Occupation Variables in the GSS.” International Sociological Association Research Committee on Stratification and Mobility, Hong Kong, 11-13 May. 61. Michael Hout, “Social and Economic Returns to Higher Education in the United States.” Annual Review of Sociology 38 (2012): 379-400. 62. Michael Hout, “The correlations between income and happiness revisited” unpublished report, 2012. 63. Arne L. Kalleberg and Peter V. Marsden. “Changing Work Values in the United States, 1973-2006.” Social Science Research 42(2; March 2013): 255-270. 64. Brad Edwards and Tom W. Smith, “The Comparative Error Component of Total Survey Error,” Paper presented to the International Workshop on Comparative Survey Design and Implementation,” Stockholm, March, 2013. 65. Michael Hout and Orestes P. Hastings, “The Social Recession: The Immediate and Lasting Effects of the Lagging Economy, 2006-2010.” Population Research Center, University of Texas, Austin, 18 January 2013, and Demography Workshop, NORC, 18 April 2013. 66. Natalia Melgar, Maximo Rossi, and Tom W. Smith, “Individual Attitudes towards Others: Misanthropy Analysis in a Cross-country Perspective,” American Journal of Economics and Sociology, 72 (2013), 222-241. 67. Peter V. Marsden, “An Experiment about Questionnaire Context Effects on Name Generator Data.” Invited presentation at ARS '13 Fourth International Workshop, “Networks in Space and Time: Models, Data Collection and Applications,” Rome, Italy, June, 2013. 68. Peter V. Marsden, “Network Surveys,” Paper presented to the Research Group on Network Dynamics and Networked Governance, Center for Globalization and Governance, Hamburg University, November, 2013. 69. Peter V. Marsden, “Recent Evidence on Trends in Social Connectedness Among U.S. Adults.” Invited presentation to Annual Seminar on Sociological and Political Research, Real Colegio Complutense, Harvard University, August, 2013. 70. Tom W. Smith and Jaesok Son, “Trends in Psychological Well-being,” Unpublished NORC Report, April, 2013. 71. Tom W. Smith and Jaesok Son, “Trends in Public Attitudes towards Abortion,” Unpublished NORC Report, May, 2013. 72. Tom W. Smith and Jaesok Son, “Trends in Public Attitudes about Civil Liberties,” Unpublished NORC report, July, 2013 73. Tom W. Smith and Jaesok Son, Trends in Public Attitudes about Confidence in Institutions,” Unpublished NORC Report, May, 2013. 74. Tom W. Smith and Jaesok Son, “Trends in Public Attitudes about Sexual Morality,” Unpublished NORC Report, April, 2013. 75. Tom W. Smith and Jaesok Son, “Trends in Public Evaluations of Economic Well-being, 1972-2012,” Unpublished NORC Report, March, 2013. 76. Tom W. Smith and Jibum Kim, “The Multi-Level, Multi Source (ML-MS) Approach to Improving Survey Research,” Paper presented to the International Workshop on Internet Surveys and Survey Methodology, Daejeon, Korea, September, 2013.

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77. Tom W. Smith, “Attitudes towards Homosexuality and Gay Rights across Time and Countries,” Paper presented to the Pacific Association for Public Opinion Research, San Francisco, December, 2013. 78. Tom W. Smith, “Global Environment Change in Comparative and Temporal Perspective,” Paper presented to Koc University, Istanbul, Turkey, November, 2013. 79. Tom W. Smith, “Global Environmental Change across Time and Countries, 1993-2010,” Paper presented to the ISSP Research Session, April, 2013, Santiago, Chile. 80. Tom W. Smith, “Global Environmental Change across Time and Countries,” Paper presented to the World Social Science Forum, Montreal, October, 2013. 81. Tom w. Smith, “Human Dimensions of Global Environmental Change,” in World Social Science Report 2013. Paris: International Social Science Council, 2013. 82. Tom W. Smith, “The Multi-Level, Multi-Source (ML-MS) Approach to Improving Data Quality in Surveys,” Paper presented to the Pacific Association for Public Opinion Research, San Francisco, December, 2013. 83. Tom W. Smith, “National Data Program for the Social Sciences,” Paper presented to the American Sociological Association, New York, August, 2013. 84. Tom W. Smith “National Identity around the World, 1995-2013,” Paper presented to the American Sociological Association, New York, August, 2013. 85. Tom W. Smith, “An Overview of Total Survey Error in Comparative Perspective,” Paper presented to Koc University, Istanbul, November, 2013. 86. Tom W. Smith, “Psychological and Economic Well-Being in the Wake of the Great Recession,” Paper presented to the Midwest Association for Public Opinion Research, Chicago, November, 2013. 87. Tom W. Smith, “Public Attitudes towards Climate Change and Other Global Environmental Issues across Time and Countries, 1993-2010,” Paper presented to the Conference on Public Attitudes and Environmental Policy in Canada and Europe,” Carleton University, Ottawa, February, 2013. 88. Tom W. Smith, “Survey Research Paradigms Old and New,” International Journal of Public Opinion Research, 25 (2013), 218-229. 89. Tom W. Smith, “Trends in National Spending Priorities, 1973-2012,” NORC report February, 2013. 90. Michael Hout and Claude S. Fischer, 2014. "Explaining Why More Americans Have No Religious Preference: Political Backlash and Generational Succession, 1987-2012." Sociological Science, 1 (August). 91. Michael Hout and Orestes P. Hastings, "Reliability Estimates for the GSS CoreItems from the Three-wave Panels, 2006– 2012," Unpublished report, 2014. 92. Michael Hout and Orestes P. Hastings, "The Social Recession: How the Great Recession Affected What Americans Think About Themselves and the Economy, 2006-2012." Presented at the annual meeting of the Population Association of America, Boston, 2 May 2014 and at the annual meeting of the American Sociological Association, San Francisco, 19 August 2014. 93. Peter V. Marsden., “Recent Evidence on Trends in Social Connectedness among U.S. Adults,” Paper presented to the annual Seminar on Sociological and Political Research, Real Colegio Complutense, Harvard University, August, 2014. 94. Tom W. Smith, “Big Data and Survey Research: Supplement or Substitute?” Paper presented to the Workshop on Big Data and Urban Informatics, Chicago, August, 2014 (with Timothy Johnson). 95. Tom W. Smith, “Cross-National Public Opinion Research,” in Concise Encyclopedia of Comparative Sociology, edited by Masamichi Sasaki. Leiden: Brill, 2014. 96. Tom W. Smith, “The GSS and ISSP: An Overview,” Display presented to the American Sociological Association, New York, August, 2014 (with Jaesok Son).

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97. Tom W. Smith, “Hard-to Survey Populations in Comparative Perspective,” in Hard-to Survey Populations, edited by Roger Tourangeau et al. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2014. 98. Tom W. Smith, “Metadata Portal for the Social Sciences: NORC and General Social Survey,” Paper presented to the IASSIST Conference. Toronto, June, 2014. 99. Tom W. Smith, “Methodological Factors Affecting Survey Reports of Gun Ownership and Their Impact on Trends,” Paper presented to the NORC Innovation Days, Chicago, February, 2014. 100. Tom W. Smith, “Public Attitudes towards Gay Rights and Homosexuality in Comparative and Temporal Perspective,” Paper presented to the World Association for Public Opinion Research, Nice, September, 2014. 101. Tom W. Smith, “Public Attitudes towards Governmental Corruption in Comparative Perspective,” Paper presented to the American Association for Public Opinion Research, Anaheim, May, 2014 (with Jibum Kim and Sori Kim). 102. Tom W. Smith, "Tracking America across Four Decades: The General Social Survey, 1972-2012," Paper presented to the American Association for Public Opinion Research, Anaheim, May, 2014. 103. Michael Hout and Daniel Laurison, “The Realignment of U.S. Presidential Voting, 1948-2004.” in Inequality: Readings in Race, Class, and Gender [4th edition], edited by David Grusky. Boulder CO: Westview Press, forthcoming. 104. Tom W. Smith, “The Globalization of Surveys,” In The Sage Handbook of Survey Methodology, edited by Christof Wolf, Dominique Joye, and Yang-Chih Fu. Thousand Oaks, CA: Sage, Forthcoming