We suggest ways to empirically test related claims made by both theories in an array of circumstances.
We would like to acknowledge Lynn Smith-Lovin and Dawn T. Robinson for contributions they made to earlier versions of this manuscript. We would like to thank Cheryl Deleon, Carla Pfeffer, Shane Soboroff, Rachel Steffens, Shane Thye, and our anonymous reviewers for comments on previous drafts. An earlier version of this chapter was presented at the 2004 Southern Sociological Society’s Annual Meeting in Atlanta, Georgia, along with Lynn Smith-Lovin and Dawn T. Robinson. This research is supported by a grant from the National Science Foundation (SES 0111291) awarded to Dawn T. Robinson and Lynn Smith-Lovin. We would like to thank the Office of the Vice Chancellor of Academic Affairs at Purdue University, North Central for their financial support of this project.
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