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Relative to those without jobs, people who are employed report better health (Turner 1995; Ross & Bird 1994; Ross & Mirowsky 1995; Verbrugge 1989). One could hypothesize that incarceration impacts health by lowering income and employability and by severing the social bonds, such as marriage, that are associated with health. Second, and closely related to the stress literature, research has paid particular attention to how major life events such as divorce, loss of a job, or loss of a loved one adversely impact health (Barrett 2000; Kurdek 1990, 1991; Kessler et al.
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The notable exception is race: the introduction of incarceration attenuates racial difference in health by almost 70 percent and renders racial differences nonsignificant. In addition to having a significant effect on later health functioning, this suggests that incarceration contributes to persistent racial differences in midlife health functioning. Model 4 in Table 2 presents results using the full model specification presented in Formula 1. That is, the effect of incarceration on health is estimated when controlling for demographic, background, and health indicators prior to incarceration, and lifestyle and life course processes after incarceration.