By J. Paul Leigh
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See Smith, 1979. 29. See Personick, 1992c. 30. See Toscano, 1991, and Toscano and Windau, 1992. 31. See Toscano and Windau, 1992, and Cimini and Becker, 1993. 32. SeeKosters, 1976. 33. See Leigh, 1987. 34. See National Center for Health Statistics, 1992 and 1988. 35. SeeDobb, 1992. 36. See Epstein and Swartz, 1988. 37. See Karasek and Theorell, 1990, and Leigh, 1991. 38. SeeMenchik, 1993. 39. See Leigh and Jiang, 1993. 40. , 1988, and Sterling and Weinkam, 1987. Chapter 3 Data and Method In subsequent chapters, information is provided on job-related deaths within occupations and industries, as well as the source, nature, and type of accident or illness associated with the deaths.
6. See Kane and Derstine, 1992, and National Research Council, 1987. 7. See Personick, 1991a. 8. See Personick and Biddle, 1989. 9. SeeLettman, 1989. 10. See Personick, 1990a. 11. See Personick, 1991b. 12. See Personick and Daley, 1989. 13. See Jordan, 1992. 14. See Kane, 1992. 15. See Personick, 1992b. 16. See Personick, 1992a. 17. See Personick, 1992d. 18. See Personick, 1992c. 19. See Campany and Personick, 1992. 20. See Statistical Policy Division, 1977. 21. S. Bureau of the Census, 1984a. 22.
SeeDobb, 1992. 36. See Epstein and Swartz, 1988. 37. See Karasek and Theorell, 1990, and Leigh, 1991. 38. SeeMenchik, 1993. 39. See Leigh and Jiang, 1993. 40. , 1988, and Sterling and Weinkam, 1987. Chapter 3 Data and Method In subsequent chapters, information is provided on job-related deaths within occupations and industries, as well as the source, nature, and type of accident or illness associated with the deaths. 1 The SDS data, in turn, are drawn from various states' Workers' Compensation (WC) records.