Samuel R. Lucas, Faculty Affiliate of the Institute for Research on Poverty at the University of Wisconsin-Madison, a Professor in the University of California-Berkeley Department of Sociology, and an affiliate of the University of California's Department of Sociology and Demography, has research interests in social stratification, sociology of education, research methods, and research statistics.

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Sociology Department
University of California-Berkeley
410 Barrows Hall #1980
Berkeley, California 94720-1980

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University of Wisconsin-Madison

Institute for Research on Poverty

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