education and training
- Ph.D. in Sociology, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor - (Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States) 1981
- M.A. in Sociology, University of Michigan-Ann Arbor - (Ann Arbor, Michigan, United States) 1979
- B.A. in Sociology, Yale University - (New Haven, Connecticut, United States)
- Cohn, S., & Fossett, M. (1998). The other reason job suburbanization hurts blacks: the relationship between the location and racial composition of employment in Detroit and Atlanta, 1980. URBAN AFFAIRS REVIEW. 34(1), 94-125.
- Cohn, S., & Fossett, M. (1996). What spatial mismatch? the proximity of blacks to employment in Boston and Houston. Social Forces. 75(2), 557-573.
- Conell, C., & Cohn, S. (1995). Learning from other people's actions: environmental variation and diffusion in French coal mining strikes, 1890-1935. AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SOCIOLOGY. 101(2), 366-403.
- Cohn, S., & Fossett, M. (1995). Why racial employment inequality is greater in northern labor markets: Regional differences in white-black employment differentials. Social Forces. 74(2), 511-542.
- Cohn, S. (1990). Market-like forces and social stratification: How neoclassical theories of wages can survive recent sociological critiques. Social Forces. 68(3), 714-730.
- Cohn, S. (2012). Employment and Development under Globalization State and Economy in Brazil. Springer.
- Cohn, S. (2007). When Strikes Make Sense—And Why Lessons from Third Republic French Coal Miners. Springer Science %26 Business Media.
- Cohn, S. (2000). Race and Gender Discrimination at Work.
- Cohn, S. R. (1986). The Process of Occupational Sex-Typing: The Feminization of Clerical Labor in Great Britain (Women in the Political Economy). Temple University Press.
- Cohn, S., & Blumberg, R. L. (2015). Introduction: Crisis in development - how development lives and dies. Development in Crisis: Threats to human well-being in the Global South and Global North. (pp. 1-32).
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Texas A&M University; Sociology; 4351 TAMU
College Station, TX 77843-4351