Carina Mood
Carina Mood
Professor of Sociology, Stockholm University
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Logistic regression: Why we cannot do what we think we can do, and what we can do about it
C Mood
European sociological review 26 (1), 67-82, 2010
The social consequences of poverty: An empirical test on longitudinal data
C Mood, JO Jonsson
Social indicators research 127, 633-652, 2016
The role of education for intergenerational income mobility: a comparison of the United States, Great Britain, and Sweden
P Gregg, JO Jonsson, L Macmillan, C Mood
Social Forces 96 (1), 121-152, 2017
Socioeconomic persistence across generations: cognitive and noncognitive processes
C Mood, JO Jonsson, E Bihagen
Chapter 3 in From Parents to Children: The Intergenerational Transmission of …, 2012
Parental socioeconomic status, childhood asthma and medication use–a population-based study
T Gong, C Lundholm, G Rejnö, C Mood, N Långström, C Almqvist
PloS one 9 (9), e106579, 2014
Do poorer youth have fewer friends? The role of household and child economic resources in adolescent school-class friendships
S Hjalmarsson, C Mood
Children and Youth Services Review 57, 201-211, 2015
Money, peers and parents: social and economic aspects of inequality in youth wellbeing
S Plenty, C Mood
Journal of Youth and Adolescence 45, 1294-1308, 2016
Choice by contrast in Swedish schools: How peers' achievement affects educational choice
JO Jonsson, C Mood
Social forces 87 (2), 741-765, 2008
Immigrant integration and youth mental health in four European countries
C Mood, JO Jonsson, SB Låftman
European Sociological Review 32 (6), 716-729, 2016
More than money: social class, income, and the intergenerational persistence of advantage
C Mood
Sociological Science 4, 263-287, 2017
How much scope for a mobility paradox? The relationship between social and income mobility in Sweden
R Breen, C Mood, JO Jonsson
Sociological Science 3, 39, 2016
Take-Up Down Under: Hits and misses of means-tested benefits in Australia
C Mood
European Sociological Review 22 (4), 443-458, 2006
The mental health advantage of immigrant‐background youth: The role of family factors
C Mood, JO Jonsson, SB Låftman
Journal of Marriage and Family 79 (2), 419-436, 2017
Trends in child poverty in Sweden: Parental and child reports
C Mood, JO Jonsson
Child Indicators Research 9, 825-854, 2016
Lagging behind in good times: immigrants and the increased dependence on social assistance in Sweden
C Mood
International Journal of Social Welfare 20 (1), 55-65, 2011
Social Assistance dynamics in Sweden: Duration dependence and heterogeneity
C Mood
Social Science Research 42 (1), 120-139, 2013
Life-style and self-rated global health in Sweden: a prospective analysis spanning three decades
C Mood
Preventive medicine 57 (6), 802-806, 2013
Occupations and social mobility: Gradational, big-class, and micro-class reproduction in comparative perspective
JO Jonsson, DB Grusky, R Pollak, M Di Carlo, C Mood
Russell Sage Foundation, 2011
Neighborhood social influence and welfare receipt in Sweden: A panel data analysis
C Mood
Social forces 88 (3), 1331-1356, 2010
Social influence effects on social assistance recipiency
C Mood
Acta Sociologica 47 (3), 235-251, 2004
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