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Informal mentors and education: Complementary or compensatory resources?
LD Erickson, S McDonald, GH Elder Jr
Sociology of education 82 (4), 344-367, 2009
What's in the “old boys” network? Accessing social capital in gendered and racialized networks
S McDonald
Social networks 33 (4), 317-330, 2011
Networks of opportunity: Gender, race, and job leads
S McDonald, N Lin, D Ao
Social Problems 56 (3), 385-402, 2009
Social Capital Across the Life Course: Age and Gendered Patterns of Network Resources
S McDonald, CA Mair
Sociological Forum 25 (2), 335-359, 2010
When does social capital matter? Non-searching for jobs across the life course
S McDonald, GH Elder Jr
Social Forces 85 (1), 521-549, 2006
Informal mentoring and young adult employment
S McDonald, LD Erickson, MK Johnson, GH Elder
Social science research 36 (4), 1328-1347, 2007
Race, gender, and the invisible hand of social capital
S McDonald, JC Day
Sociology Compass 4 (7), 532-543, 2010
Takin’It from the Streets: How the Sixties Mass Movement Revitalized Unionization
L Isaac, S McDonald, G Lukasik
American Journal of Sociology 112 (1), 46-96, 2006
The long arm of mentoring: A counterfactual analysis of natural youth mentoring and employment outcomes in early careers
S McDonald, J Lambert
American journal of community psychology 54, 262-273, 2014
What you know or who you know? Occupation-specific work experience and job matching through social networks
S McDonald
Social Science Research 40 (6), 1664-1675, 2011
Not so fast, my friend: Social capital and the race disparity in promotions among college football coaches
JC Day, S McDonald
Sociological Spectrum 30 (2), 138-158, 2010
Race, skin tone, and educational achievement
MS Thompson, S McDonald
Sociological Perspectives 59 (1), 91-111, 2016
Making gender fit and “correcting” gender misfits: Sex segregated employment and the nonsearch process
JA Kmec, S McDonald, LB Trimble
Gender & Society 24 (2), 213-236, 2010
Right place, right time: serendipity and informal job matching
S McDonald
Socio-Economic Review 8 (2), 307-331, 2010
A multiple-network analysis of the world system of nations, 1995-1999
EL Kick, LA McKinney, S McDonald, A Jorgenson
Sage handbook of social network analysis, 311-327, 2011
Do networked workers have more control? The implications of teamwork, telework, ICTs, and social capital for job decision latitude
W Chen, S McDonald
American Behavioral Scientist 59 (4), 492-507, 2015
Network effects across the earnings distribution: Payoffs to visible and invisible job finding assistance
S McDonald
Social Science Research 49, 299-313, 2015
Dual embeddedness: Informal job matching and labor market institutions in the United States and Germany
S McDonald, RA Benton, DF Warner
Social forces 91 (1), 75-97, 2012
Patterns of Informal Job Matching across the Life Course: Entry‐Level, Reentry‐Level, and Elite Non‐Searching
S McDonald
Sociological Inquiry 75 (3), 403-428, 2005
How whites explain black and Hispanic inequality
SJ McDonald
The Public Opinion Quarterly 65 (4), 562-573, 2001
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