DEPARTMENT OF SOCIOLOGY / PRC
1155 Bldg 349
Professor Yamaguchi is interested in statistical models for social data and mathematical models for social phenomena, the life course, rational choice, exchange networks, stratification and mobility, demography for family and employment, process of drug use progression. His current research focuses on models of exchange networks and women's occupational careers in Japanese society.
Publications and Presentations 2003-2004
Yamaguchi, K., and Y.
Wang. 2003. Class Identification of Married Employed Women and Men in
Yamaguchi, Kazuo. 2003. “A Liang-Zeger Method For Dyadic Interdependence in the Analysis of Social Networks." In R.M. Stolzenberg (ed.), Sociological Methodology 2003. Vol. 33:343-380.
Yamaguchi, Kazuo. 2003. “Accelerated Failure-Time Mover-Stayer Regression Models for the Analysis pf Last-Episode Data.” In R.M. Strolzenberg (ed.), Sociological Methodology. Vol 33: 81-110.
Publications and Presentations 2002-2003
Kandel, D. B., and K.
Yamaguchi. 2002. Stages of drug involvement in the
Yamaguchi, K. 2002. Regression models with parametrically weighted explanatory variables. Sociological Methodology, 32: 219-245.
Yamaguchi, K. 2002.
Stages of drug-use progressions: A comparison of methods, concepts, and
operationalizations. In Stages and pathways of drug involvement: Examining
the gateway hypothesis, ed. D. B. Kandel, 270-286.
Yamaguchi, K. 2002. The structural and behavioral characteristics of the smallest-world phenomenon: Minimum distance networks. Social Networks, 24:162-182.
Yamaguchi, K., and D. B.
Kandel. 2002. Loglinear sequence analyses: Gender and racial and ethnic
differences in drug use progression. In Stages and pathways of drug
involvement: Examining the gateway hypothesis, ed. D. B.