Jenifer Hamil Luker

Assistant Professor of the Practice in the Department of Sociology

External Address: 
272 Soc/psych Bldg, Durham, NC 27708
Internal Office Address: 
Box 90088, Durham, NC 27708-0088
Phone: 
(919) 660-5729

Childhood Exposures and Adulthood Cardiovascular Disease awarded by National Institutes of Health (PI-Fellow). 2006 to 2007

O'rand, AM, and Hamil-Luker, J. "Late employment careers, transitions to retirement, and retirement income in the united states." (December 1, 2011): 283-307. (Chapter)

O'Rand, AM, Hamil-Luker, J, and Elman, C. "Childhood adversity, educational trajectories, and self-reported health in later life among US women and men at the turn of the century." ZEITSCHRIFT FUR ERZIEHUNGSWISSENSCHAFT 12.3 (September 2009): 409-436. Full Text

Hamil-Luker, J. "Women's wages: Cohort differences in returns to education and training over time." Social Science Quarterly 86.SPEC. ISS. (December 1, 2005): 1261-1278. (Review) Full Text

Hamil-Luker, J. "Trajectories of public assistance receipt among female high school dropouts." POPULATION RESEARCH AND POLICY REVIEW 24.6 (December 2005): 673-694. Full Text

O Rand, AM, and Hamil-Luker, J. "“Processes of cumulative adversity linking childhood disadvantage toincreased risk of heart attack across the life course.”." Journal of Gerontology—Social Sciences 60B (October 2005): 117-124. (Academic Article)

Hamil-Luker, J. "Trajectories of Public Assistance Receipt among Female High School Dropouts." Population Research and Policy Review 24.6 (2005): 673-694. Full Text

Hamil-Luker, J, Land, KC, and Blau, J. "Diverse trajectories of cocaine use through early adulthood among rebellious and socially conforming youth." SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH 33.2 (June 2004): 300-321. Full Text

Hamil-Luker, J, and Uhlenberg, P. "Later life education in the 1990s: increasing involvement and continuing disparity." J Gerontol B Psychol Sci Soc Sci 57.6 (November 2002): S324-S331.

Hamil-Luker, J. "The prospects of age war: Inequality between (and within) age groups." SOCIAL SCIENCE RESEARCH 30.3 (September 2001): 386-400. Full Text

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