Presentations and other downloads
Lawton, Leora Primer on the Electronics Manufacturing Industry. A handbook for newcomers to the electronics industry.
Lawton, Leora. Evaluating Web-Based Survey Software. Marketing News, 2000.
Lawton, Leora. Applying X-Ray: Beyond Features and Into Context. Circuits Assembly, August 2000.
Lawton, Leora. Counting Down to the Year 2000: Ready or not. Circuits Assembly, December, 1998.
Lawton, Leora. EMS in New England. Circuits Assembly, September, 1998.
Lawton, Leora. Nitrogen Atmosphere: Who needs it? Circuits Assembly, July 1998, pp.32-34. Lawton, Leora. Foreign attraction. SMT Magazine. This paper was initially presented at the 1997 Annual Meeting of the SMI as The attraction to emerging regions for contract manufacturers.
Newspaper and Newsletter Articles
Contacting Those Hard-To-Reach Customers Strategies – AESP Member Newsletter, July 2004.
Baseball and Deadheads: The stats are different but just as satisfying, Contra Costa Times August 10, 2002.
Peer Reviewed Publications
Lawton, L., Sullivan, M., Van Liere, K, & Eto, J. (2004). A framework and review of customer outage costs: Integration and analysis of electric utility outage cost surveys. Prepared for the Energy Storage Program, Office of Electric Transmission and Distribution, U.S. Department of Energy. LBNL-54365.
Lawton, Leora & Regina Bures, 2001. “Parental divorce and the ‘switching’ of religious identity”. Journal for the Scientific Study of Religion, 40(1): 99-112.
Goldscheider, Frances & Leora Lawton, 1998. “Family experience and the erosion of support for intergenerational coresidence.” Journal of Marriage and the Family, 60: 623-632.
Silverstein, M., Bengtson, V., & Lawton, L. (1997). Intergenerational solidarity and the structure of adult child-parent relationships in American families. American Journal of Sociology, 103: 429-460. See Change of Authorship, published in AJS, 106(4), 2001.
Lawton, Leora, Merril Silverstein & Vern Bengtson, 1994. “Affection, contact and geographic distance between adult children and their parents.” Journal of Marriage and the Family, 56, 57-68.