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David Schleifer
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Make me feel mighty real: Gay female-to-male transgenderists negotiating sex, gender, and sexuality
D Schleifer
Sexualities 9 (1), 57-75, 2006
1202006
Is College Worth It for Me? How Adults without Degrees Think about Going (Back) to School.
C Hagelskamp, D Schleifer, C DiStasi
Public Agenda, 2013
532013
The perfect solution: How trans fats became the healthy replacement for saturated fats
D Schleifer
Technology and Culture 53 (1), 94-119, 2012
512012
“The ultimate decision is yours”: exploring patients’ attitudes about the overuse of medical interventions
D Schleifer, DJ Rothman
PloS one 7 (12), e52552, 2012
482012
Teacher Collaboration in Perspective: A Guide to Research.
D Schleifer, C Rinehart, T Yanisch
Public Agenda, 2017
362017
Public Spending, by the People. Participatory Budgeting in the United States and Canada in 2014-15
C Hagelskamp, C Rinehart, R Silliman, D Schleifer
Public Agenda, Tech. Rep., 2016
282016
Categories count: Trans fat labeling as a technique of corporate governance
D Schleifer
Social Studies of Science 43 (1), 54-77, 2013
232013
Profiting Higher Education? What Students, Alumni and Employers Think about For-Profit Colleges. A Research Report by Public Agenda.
C Hagelskamp, D Schleifer, C DiStasi
Public Agenda, 2014
182014
How much will it cost? How Americans use prices in health care
D Schleifer, C Hagelskamp, C Rinehart
A Report by Public Agenda, accessed August 21, 2016
162016
What Your Consumer Wants: Business-to-business advertising as a mechanism of market change
D Schleifer, M DeSoucey
Journal of Cultural Economy 8 (2), 218-234, 2015
162015
How much will it cost: How Americans Use Prices in Health Care
D Schleifer, C Hagelskamp, C Rinehart
http://www.publicagenda.org/pages/how-much-will-it-cost, 2015
162015
We spent a million bucks and then we had to do something: the unexpected implications of industry involvement in trans fat research
D Schleifer
Bulletin of Science, Technology & Society 31 (6), 460-471, 2011
162011
It’s about Trust: Low‐Income Parents’ Perspectives on How Pediatricians Can Screen for Social Determinants of Health
D Schleifer
Health Services Research 55, 134-135, 2020
152020
Participatory Budgeting: Could It Diminish Health Disparities in the United States?
C Hagelskamp, D Schleifer, C Rinehart, R Silliman
Journal of Urban Health 95 (5), 766-771, 2018
152018
Participatory Budgeting: Could It Diminish Health Disparities in the United States?(vol 95, pg 766, 2018)
C Hagelskamp, D Schleifer, C Rinehart, R Silliman
JOURNAL OF URBAN HEALTH-BULLETIN OF THE NEW YORK ACADEMY OF MEDICINE 95 (5 …, 2018
15*2018
Most Americans do not believe that there is an association between health care prices and quality of care
KA Phillips, D Schleifer, C Hagelskamp
Health Affairs 35 (4), 647-653, 2016
152016
What’s the payoff? Americans consider problems and promises of higher education
D Schleifer, R Silliman
Public Agenda, New York, 2016
152016
Shifting Priorities: Participatory Budgeting in New York City is Associated with Increased Investments in Schools, Street and Traffic Improvements, and Public Housing
C Hagelskamp, R Silliman, E B. Godfrey, D Schleifer
New Political Science 42 (2), 171-196, 2020
142020
Preface: Food Infrastructures
X Frohlich, M Jauho, B Penders, D Schleifer
Limn: magazine of international design 4, 2014
122014
Our Next Assignment: Where Americans Stand on Public K-12 Education. A Review of Recent Opinion Research.
R Silliman, D Schleifer
Public Agenda, 2018
102018
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